Nothing beats the pleasure of being up in sky, flying like a bird in the thermals while admiring the view of snow-capped mountains, pristine lakes and green valleys like nowhere else on the planet. Paragliding is the sport of recreational and competitive adventure. Paragliding in Pokhara, one of the adventure activities carried out within the city. For decades, paragliding has been one of the most popular activities in Pokhara. Pokhara has the perfect conditions for an exciting and safe experience, a good take-off area like Sarangkot, stunning views of the Himalayas, stable thermals and a convenient area for landing. The program offers a bird's-eye view of the Pokhara, the natural landscapes, beautiful lakes and the surrounding mountains. As you fly, you will share the airspace with the vultures and eagles of the Himalayas. Paragliding in Pokhara is carried out by trained pilots and experts.
To experience life in the air, paragliding in Pokhara is a highly recommended adventure in Nepal. The views of surrounding mountains from the sky, green forests, white clouds and blue lakes will discover a contented individual in you. Sarangkot in Pokhara is the paragliding destination from where the flight takes off, a hill station 25 minutes jeep drive above lake side. Sarangkot is 1600m above sea level which also offers prime views of Fewa Lake and mountains at sunrise and sunset. As you fly, you will share the airspace with the vultures and eagles of the Himalayas. Paragliding in Pokhara is carried out by trained pilots and experts. Hence the, Paragliding in Pokhara can meet the needs of adventurers.
1. Unique way to enjoy landscapes and series of towering mountains from sky
2. Experience life in air for around 40 minutes
3. Share sky with some unique birds of the country
4. Explore the mountains from possible close distance
5. Great aerial view of Pokhara City
6. Stunning mountains views including Fishtail, Dhaulagiri and Annapurna
7. Beautiful Lakes in the city of Pokhara
8. Enjoy a magnificent sunrise over Mount Everest, the world's highest peak