Skydive Masada & Dead Sea
From the highest point in Israel,
to the lowest point on earth. GoJump!
Skydive GoJump is located in one of the most iconic and unique spots in Israel - between the historic Masada and the Dead Sea - the lowest point in the entire world!
Our dropzone is devoted to advancing and promoting the skydiving as a sport. This means we are not just another skydiving center that provides you with a ‘one-time experience’ but rather a place with a unique character, atmosphere and a clear agenda to provide you with the thrill of a lifetime but also fulfill the dream of learning how to fly.
We treat every client as an individual. Your Tandem Instructor will give you the opportunity to steer the canopy to landing.
Our goal is that after your heart-racing first-time jump, you’ll want to become a skydiver too!
To date, our team has performed over 45,000 successful tandem jumps!
Let us take you up for a great adventure!
A Tandem jump with GoJump Masada Dead Sea will enable you to let loose and fulfill the dream to fly.
A freefall of 50 seconds at the speed of 200 km/h is a great adrenaline rush and will make you scream. Our most experienced instructors will guide and accompany you from introduction to your safe landing. Our instructors speaks Hebrew, English, and some speak Russian.
A tandem jump is suitable for anyone above 12 years old.
No prior experience is necessary. Simply give us a call and let us know your preferred date to GoJump.
The sky is the limit and we are more than happy to take you up.
frequently asked questions
Can I bring my friends and family to watch?
Definitely YES! Bring everyone!
Who can skydive and from what age?
All healthy individuals over the age of 12 can enjoy a tandem jump.
If you have any concerns about your health, you should consult with your doctor and bring a doctor's note.
(12-18 years of age - parental approval is needed)
In what circumstances is skydiving forbidden?
- Pregnant women are not allowed to jump
- People who suffer from sinus/ear problems
- Heart diseases
- Herniated disc / back problems
- Epilepsy or other seizure disorders
- Under the influence of alcohol or drugs
- 24 hours after scuba diving
- If you don't feel well on the day of your skydive for any other reason, it is recommended that you reschedule for another day
Is it safe?
Like any other extreme sport, there are risks.
With skydiving however, the percentage of injuries worldwide is very low. In order to ensure the safety of our customers, we follow all of the laws and regulations of the Israeli Skydiving Association and the United States Parachute Association. All of our instructors have ratings from these organizations.