Paragliding in Nepal

At a Glance

    Paragliding, a relatively new adventure in Nepal, offers a truly enchanting experience for thrill-seekers. Soaring through the skies provides a magnificent journey over some of the world's most breathtaking landscapes. As you glide, you'll witness griffin vultures, eagles, and kites soaring gracefully above villages, monasteries, temples, lakes, and jungles. The backdrop of the majestic Himalayas enhances this extraordinary experience, allowing you to feel the freedom of flying like a bird.

    Keep in mind that paragliding is weather-dependent, and the optimal flying season in Nepal spans from November to February, with November and December being particularly favored. Sarankot (1592m.) serves as the takeoff point, offering stunning views of Fewa Lake and the mountains during sunrise and sunset, assuming clear skies. The landing occurs by Fewa Lake.

    The paragliding adventure unfolds against the backdrop of the Annapurna range and the picturesque landscape surrounding the Pokhara valley. Notable sights include the virgin Mt. Fishtail (Machhapuchhre in Nepali), Lamjung Himal, Annapurna Himal, Himchuli, expansive rice fields, winding rivers, and settlements below. This thrilling experience provides ample photographic opportunities to capture the natural beauty of the region.

    Even if you have no prior paragliding experience, qualified pilots ensure a safe and enjoyable journey by providing a brief orientation before takeoff. Embrace the opportunity to soar through the Nepalese skies and immerse yourself in the unparalleled beauty of the Himalayan landscape.

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