Sit Back And Soar Through The Himalayan Countryside
Explore the vibrant city of Pokhara from above as you wing across farmland and meadows
Soar with eagles and hawks through the valley; experience life in the air for 20 to 50 minutes
Observe fantastic Himalayan mountain vistas, including Mt. Annapurna and Mt. Machhapuchhre
Fly over Phewa Lake and see the Hindu pagoda, a temple dedicated to the god Vishnu
Enjoy stunning views of Pokhara, Nepal in a low-risk, stress-free way during spring or fall
Kathmandu’s Tribhuvan International Airport is directly connected to major cities in India, China, rest of South Asia, South East Asia and West Asia and to the rest of the world by transiting through New Delhi, Istanbul, Dubai, Abu Dhabi, Singapore, Bangkok and Hong Kong. Buddha Air, Yeti Airlines, Shree …
Kathmandu’s Tribhuvan International Airport is directly connected to major cities in India, China, rest of South Asia, South East Asia and West Asia and to the rest of the world by transiting through New Delhi, Istanbul, Dubai, Abu Dhabi, Singapore, Bangkok and Hong Kong.
Buddha Air, Yeti Airlines, Shree Airlines, Nepal airlines, among others are a few flight services, operating between Pokhara and Kathmandu and a few other destinations in Nepal and India.
By bus you can reach Kathmandu from New Delhi and other major cities in North India. The main inter-city bus station is at Gongabu. From Kathmandu, it is a 7 to 9 hours’ drive, covering 200 km of distance to Pokhara.
There are motorcycles, bicycles, and SUVs available for rent to move within the city.
Lakeside (north and south) is the best location in Pokhara to select a cozy accommodation. There are several hotels, homestays and hostels, ranging from luxury to budgeted rooms. Not only the location presents amazing mountain views but also buzzes with daily routine, cultural programs, and numerous international backpackers.
Paragliding over Pokhara is a relatively accessible, low-risk, affordable way to enjoy the Nepalese countryside, especially if you are limited in time. Viewing Mt. Machhapuchhre and Mt. Annapurna from such great heights is a truly unique experience that will please any traveler.
All pilots must be certified to fly within Nepal. Even if you become certified, a local guide is still required to approve the starting point due to the large number of charter flights over the valley. This adventure is only available in spring and fall, and is appropriate for older children and adults, though age limits vary by company. Lastly, Nepal requires all international travelers (with the exception of Indian nationals) to hold or purchase a visa.