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New Drop Zones

Two new drop zones were approved by the ADZO board at their last meeting : Adventure Skydives Kruger, operated by Ralph Ridge and Skydive Oudtshoorn operated by Anthony Malherbe. Both will operate as student drop zones.


Skydive Oudtshoorn had their first official day of operation on 21 June 2010.

First Load
Standing - Fanie Fourie, Arenhold Hooper, Majke Kaese, Anthony Malherbe, Johan Louw
Kneeling -  Corne Moolman, Gideon de Villers

Construction                      Celebrate
Just the roof and paving to go                                                                  After the jump... some cupcakes

(Photographs: Antenie Carstens)

Adventure Skydives Kruger has been given the green light
By Ralph Ridge, D805

Adventure Kruger

At the moment, both Liz and I are spending our midweeks getting things ready for our official opening on Saturday, 4th September 2010.

Although things are slow we need the time to ensure systems are fully in place prior to the launch.

There will be a lot of media as this will be done in conjunction with Bush Air’s annual fly-in (see

Adventure View

Barberton Airfield is situated in the heart of the Barberton Valley in the southernmost part of the South African Lowveld.  The airfield is private and has great views of the entire valley.  The airfield is 15km from Barberton and 35 km from Nelspruit, off the R40.  We are located between the Kruger Park and Swaziland.

We have overnight accommodation available as well as catering by arrangement.

Check our progress  or call Liz on 083-949-789

Welcome aboard and we wish them all great success!