Are you thinking about Paragliding in Pokhara? Paragliding is one of the most preferred adventure sports in Nepal. Pokhara is the place where you can start your first paragliding experience.
There are numbers of companies operating the commercial tandem flights in Pokhara. Tandem flying means the pilot will be with a passenger.
Paragliding is operated with safety and with internationally certified pilots. If you are an adventure lover and you are traveling to Nepal, then paragliding in Pokhara shouldn’t be missed.
Best Time for Paragliding in Pokhara
Paragliders rank Sarangkot as the best place in the world for paragliding. You can paraglide in Pokhara all season excepts the rainy season.
The perfect flying time is March, April, May, September, October, and November. In these seasons you can get the stunning view of Phewa Lake and Annapurna Ranges above 8,000 meters.
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Pokhara Paragliding Price
Paragliding cost differs according to the seasons. During the peak season and off-season, the price varies, and the price ranges will be a bit different. But the thing is that almost every company out there has similar rates.
Paragliding price for Nepali in Pokhara
This is the total cost for Nepali who wants to enjoy Paragliding in Pokhara.
|Normal Flight||15 to 30 Minutes||Rs. 8,000|
|Cross-Country Flight||35 to 60 Minutes||Rs.12,000|
The price includes photos and videos, transportation to the paragliding site and returns to the hotel, pickup and drop service within lakeside and insurance as well.
Paragliding Price for Foreigner in Pokhara
If you are outside from Nepal and willing to fly in the sky over Pokhara then the Paragliding cost for Indian and other foreigners are as follows:
|Normal Flight||15 to 30 Minutes||Rs. 10,000|
|Cross-Country Flight||35 to 60 Minutes||Rs.15,000|
The price includes photos and videos, transportation to the flying site and returns to the hotel, pickup and drop service within lakeside and insurance as well.
Paragliding in Pokhara is safer since the internationally certificated pilots are only allowed to fly in the sky. Pilots are much more experienced, and they take care of your safety and comfort. You can be carefree and enjoy the majestic views of Pokhara.
You can book a flight at least a day ahead. In advance booking, you can book by phone, email or a person over there. You are required to deposit Rs. 1000-2000 for the confirmation.
Almost there is no age limit for paragliding, but it is useful if you avoid bringing small babies in the flight.
You can book cheap flights to Pokhara Nepal from Kathmandu. Several companies are flying to Pokhara. You can book flights from Buddha Airlines, Yeti Airlines, Simrik Airlines, etc.
Are you going to fly with gliders in the sky of Pokhara?
Which flying are you willing to try? Normal or Cross-Country Flight?
If you have time and budget go with Cross-Country Flight.
I hope you liked our article about Paragliding in Pokhara.
And at last
Don’t forget to scream.