Ready for an Adrenaline Rush? Where to Skydive in Miami

Want an unparalleled thrill? Want to feel the wind rushing against your body as you descend from the warm Miami sky? If skydiving has been on your bucket list for some time now, then check out our recommendations for the top three places to skydive in Miami.

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The Miami Skydiving Center is ready to give you a major adrenaline pump. To commence this experience, start by making your reservation online. On your scheduled skydiving day, the center requires you to take an in-person class, which will usually contain four to six other skydivers, and will give you 30 minutes of pre-flight instruction. Then your instructor will help you gear up and safely board the plan. You will then take flight and once you are two miles above the ground you will hear the fateful words: “Ready, set, GO!” Do not forget to smile for your 120mph, 40 second freefall video. But don’t fret — you will be harnessed to a certified skydiver who will be with you throughout the duration of your journey. However, if you are certified (or wish to get certified through the Accelerated Freefall Program), you can go on a solo dive. Advanced divers can practice belly flying, free flying, sky boarding, and even the new birdman suit. When your parachute opens, you will peacefully float down from 5000 feet, lasting a total of seven minutes. The entire experience will last about two hours, but your schedule may be adjusted according to the weather.


Another great Miami option is Skydive Miami, a facility that welcomes both beginners and experts. This highly reliable organization is a certified group member of the United States Parachute Association (USPA) and all their instructors and jump maters are licensed by USPA and have all achieved the highest ratings awarded. With over 70 years of skydiving experience and thousands of satisfied customers, you will be sure to have a once in a lifetime experience.


Finally, Superflight is a great option for your Miami skydiving adventure. Unlike the other two options, Superflight allows participants to fly in a wind tunnel, so it’s a great way to get the full skydiving experience without the often-frightening element of jumping out of a plane. The wind tunnel generates over 120 mph winds, so you can fly up to 10 feet above the ground. This experience is particularly friendly for skydiving enthusiasts of all ages — children as young as four years old can participate in this safe, exciting experience! All flight experience last about 40 minutes. No previous experience is required, but all participants will go through a required registration, gearing-up, and briefing prior to taking flight.

What to Do in South Beach in November 2018

If you are planning a trip to South Beach this November, then look no further for a list of the top attractions and events happening during the month.

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Miami will be celebrating many exciting events in November from a weekend of NASCAR racing to the beloved Miami Book Fair.

The concert calendar is also stocked with top performers like Elton John, Marc Anthony, Travis Scott, Ozuna, and more.

As Thanksgiving approaches, visitors will also get to partake in all the holiday splendor happening throughout South Beach.


When you visit during November, you can easily find a wealth of activities to partake in.

Top Seven Sushi Restaurants in South Beach

Looking for South Beach’s top-rated sushi spots? Below we have compiled a list of our seven favorite eateries and some of the best options on their menus.

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Leading the top of our list is Nobu, a top-quality destination with an expansive selection of sushi. The restaurant is also famous for serving the freshest fish in Miami.


Zuma is known for its tried-and-true version of sushi, flavors, and sauces. Most guests rave about the Pirikara Hamachi Maki, a spicy yellowtail roll with serrano pepper and wasabi mayo.


Sushi Chef Japanese Restaurant is another traditional sushi restaurant and is an authentic Japanese experience. Guests highly recommend ordering Tataki off the menu — a seared tuna served with ponzu sauce, scallions, sesame seeds, and chili pepper spice mix.


South Beach locals and tourists alike all rave about Kazumi Modern Japanese. This restaurant has a menu that features so many options that you are sure to find something to fit your sushi preferences. The eatery is famous for its Sex on the Beach Roll, which contains shrimp tempura, friend chanquetes, crab salad, red tobiko, yuzu, spicy mayo, and eel sauce.


Sake Room is one of the most prominent Japanese fusion restaurants in the area. Guests should try the trio deluxe: cucumber, avocado, and crab salad wrapped inside tuna, salmon, and whitefish.


Sokai Sushi Bar fuses Peruvian and Japanese food for an unforgettable culinary experience. Their massive menu and great prices are just two reasons why guests cannot get enough of this place. Make sure you order the Peruvian Ceviche Amarillo, spicy ceviche with whitefish, red onions, cilantro, cherry tomatoes, and yucca chips.


Closing off our list is 17 Restaurant and Sushi Bar. This classic sushi bar is known for its abracadabra roll, which is crab salad, complete tempura, sonali, and eel sauce.