Experience the city of Pokhara and its surrounding landscapes from a bird’s eye view
Soar in the comfort of a lightweight, professionally piloted aircraft for 15 to 90 minutes
Enjoy dramatic vistas of snow-capped peaks, clear mountain lakes, and sprawling meadows
Tour some of the highest summits in the world with ease, including Annapurna and Manaslu
Fly over Phewa Lake and see its Hindu temple, a pagoda dedicated to the god Vishnu
Revel in the majesty of the Himalayan mountains in a low-risk, stress-free environment
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.
Ultralight Pokhara in Nepal flights provide the most up-close, controlled aerial tours available. Fly for up to an hour and a half as you drink in gorgeous scenery and explore the most remote areas of the Nepalese Himalayas.
Flights are available year round, but they can be quite cold during the winter months; as such, be sure to dress appropriately, especially for open-air flights. Only one passenger may fly at a time, and they must be under 110 kilograms in weight. Underage individuals can fly as well, but they must have parent permission. Lastly, Nepal requires all international travelers (with the exception of Indian nationals) to hold or purchase a valid visa.