Paragliding is a recreational and competitive flying sport. Apparently, Paragliding in Pokhara is pretty much popular among sports and travel enthusiasts. A paraglider is a free-flying, foot-launched aircraft. The pilot sits in a harness suspended below a fabric wing. Its shape is formed by its suspension lines and the pressure of air entering vents in the front of the wing. Paragliding is a simple form of aviation requiring no mechanics, only the power of thermal uplifts. By paragliding, you can fill mankind’s oldest dream: free flight and what better place to experience this exhilarating sensation than in Nepal. You soar wing tip to wing tip with the eagles, a glistening lake below you, and the formidable Himalayan peaks behind you as you glide through the crisp clean air.

You launch yourself into the sky from a gentle slope

A glider is a light non-motorized foot-launched inflatable wing. You launch yourself into the sky from a gentle slope facing into the wind. There are no sudden drops or plunges or the sensation of falling, so a fear of heights is not normally a problem. Everybody taking the plunge is filled with surprise at how quiet and peaceful this experience is. So if you like the idea of drifting comfortably amongst the clouds, then why not join in this magical experience.

Paragliding is run in conjunction with a professional company registered with the civil aviation authority and the Nepal air sports association. The guides and pilots are all fully trained and experienced in Himalayan knowledge and local weather conditions. They operate with the utmost safety so you can rest at ease and enjoy your experience.


In fact, Paragliding is one of the most adventure activities in Pokhara, Nepal. As we know, it is feasible to do from September through to June, though at times trips may be canceled due to unfavorable winds or conditions. If you have an interest to leave the land and fly in the sky with the spectacular mountain views in Pokhara, we are ready to manage such type of paragliding course and flying package on your request.

Tandem Flight

This means you will be flying with a trained pilot. As a passenger, you require no previous aviation experience. You wear a comfortable harness that attaches you to the pilot and the glider. This type of flight allows you complete freedom to sit back and take pictures and enjoy the sensation of flight. If you wish you can take over the controls under the guidance of your pilot and steer the glider through the sky. This is the most popular form of paragliding.

10 Day Training course

Regardless, You begin the course by learning to launch and ground handle the glider. During tandem flights, you will learn how to steer and handle the glider whilst in the air. Once you grasp the concept you can take small solo flights under radio guidance to gain your confidence. Then you can go fully solo on a high flight where you can experience the true freedom of the skies.

Para trek

This is a two to three-day program combining trekking and paragliding for experienced pilots. You soar amongst the clouds towards remote villages. From your landing point, you will trek back to town taking in the culture of the ancient villages and the beauty of the landscape.

Adventurous Paragliding takes place in Pokhara

In particular, this adventurous sport takes place in Pokhara. Similarly, your launching place is at Sarangkot, a hill station 25 minutes jeep drive above lakeside. Sarangkot is 1600m above sea level. In particular, you launch by using the thermals and rise up above Sarangkot to see the stunning panorama of Annapurna, Dhaulagiri, and Manaslu.

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