Paragliding in Pokhara

Paragliding in Pokhara
Paragliding in Pokhara
Paragliding in Pokhara
At a Glance
Duration5 Hours
Trip GradeEasy
Maximum Altitude1600m
Group Size1-10 pax
Travel StyleParagliding
Best TimeAugust to December and Feb to June

Paragliding is a highly sought-after adventure pursuit in Nepal, offering a thrilling experience that can be enjoyed in just a 3/4-hour excursion complete with convenient pick-up and drop-off services. When in Pokhara, don't miss out on the opportunity to partake in this exhilarating activity, which allows you to marvel at the breathtaking array of natural wonders such as the serene Phewa Lake, majestic Himalayan peaks, enchanting landscapes, and the picturesque city of Pokhara along with its surrounding hills, all from a bird's-eye view.

Paragliding is something seekers of adventure want to try at some point in their life and Nepal is like a tailor-made place to do it as this Himalayan Nation provides some of the memorable paragliding experiences that are unlike anything else on the planet Earth. Endowed with bitterly cold mountaintops and low lying valleys; Nepal has the exquisite locations where natural rising thermals are routinely generated via which paragliders can navigate freely beyond the limitless blue sky overlooking the snow-clad mountaintops and aquamarine lakes. The aesthetically pleasing aerial vistas are simply beyond comparisons. Paragliding has been practiced in Nepal since 1995; then onwards, the nation has transformed itself as a paradise for paragliders.

If you are a certified paraglider pilot then you can go solo. If not, try tandem flights accompanied by seasoned pilots and get benefitted with native knowledge while going cross-country or performing mid-air maneuvers. Succeeding the takeoff, individuals tend to feel the adrenaline rushing in their veins and often surprised to discover that there is a little or no fear involved primarily because the equipment in use is top-of-the-line and the pilots in-charge are real professionals. Glide serenely sharing airspace with exotic birds such as Himalayan Griffon Vulture, Egyptian Vulture, and Golden Eagle. In addition, you can get your very own international paraglider license from world-class institutes in Nepal. Isn’t it amazing? Grab your chutes and preparer to fly off above the grounds!