Paragliding in Nepal
Paragliding in Nepal
We are the only related company providing paragliding holidays in Nepal authorized by the CAA. We are unrivaled in our knowledge for paragliding conditions sites and local cultures. The main area for paragliding is the Pokhara Valley commanding views of 3 of the world’s 8000m peaks. Paragliding is a relatively new adventure sport in Nepal. Paragliding in this Himalayan country can be an enjoyable and fulfilling experience for the adventure-seekers. You can share airspace with the Himalayan griffin vulture, eagles, and kites while floating over villages, monasteries, and temples. These come with a fantastic view of the majestic Himalayas. The last three years have seen the activity flourish in Pokhara, and it now is an internationally recognized for fee flight enthusiasts.
Best time to Fly
Gliding is a weather dependent sport and the flying season in Nepal commences from November through February, the best months being November and December. Under its latitude and monsoonal climate, the tree line in Nepal is at an incredible 3,900 m above sea level. With conditions milder than summer alpine, these are excellent and constant atmospherics. The best months for flying are November, December, and January. The cloud base varies between 2000m and 2700m. Come February, the extremely short and hardly noticeable winter is over, and the ground is parched, the air hazy. Gone are the mild conditions of the previous three months.
Seasons To Fly
By March and April, there is a mountain wind, coming off the prominent peaks, and some days causes strong valley winds. Indeed you can windsurf in April on Phewa Tal, the biggest lake in the Pokhara valley. The heavy air is just waiting for the monsoon, and the intermittent storms in April and May are only a forerunner for the spectacular break in the weather comes early June.
Where do we fly
The main area for flying in Nepal is the Annapurna region, more specifically the Pokhara valley. This lakeside town is Nepal’s second “city,” nestled at the foot of the Annapurna Himal, the views commanded from here, of 3 of the worlds 8000m peaks, are unsurpassed. At an altitude of 800m ASL, the subtropical climate means that year-round, it is short and T-shirt weather. The micro-climate of the valley makes it an ideal area for flying, with far more constant conditions than the Kathmandu valley 150 km east. Different types of flying deals-There are various deals for the paragliding enthusiast as well as those checking this sport out for the first time.
Courses for Gliding
There is a three-day introductory course for beginners. Also, tandem flights (where you fly with an instructor) for the inexperienced or less brave. At 6000 ft, you sit back in your seat as your qualified pilot takes you on an unforgettable journey. The take-off point for these flights is SaranGkot (1592 m), which offers prime views of Phewa Tal. Also, we can see mountains at sunrise and sunset (provided the skies are clear); the landing is by the lake. We can fly for one hour and a half an hour too.
Bungy Jump in Nepal is relatively new but it is among the favorite destination chart very quickly. There is only one site for the bungee jumping in Nepal till now but puritans consider it to be among the best in the world. The site is located on the Bhote Koshi River that is very close to the Nepal-Tibet Border. Close to the picturesque Sino-Nepal friendship bridge. The site is almost a 3 hours cab or bus drive from Kathmandu. New Zealand’s leading Bungee consultants designed the jump at 160m.
Bungy Jump in Nepal
The Bungee jumping agencies that cater to your needs keeps an extra eye on the safety concerns. Bungy jumping was born in Pentecost Island in the South Pacific. Today, high technology bungy cords have taken the place of ivies but bungee is still considered a “manhood” test even though more and more women have started doing it. Cranes and towers are generally used these days for Bungy. While the kiwi’s design the jump facility, the jump bridge is the master piece of Swiss expertise.
The bridge has the loading factor of 250kg per running meter. This means that the bridge can hold 250×166=41500 kg or 4.5 tones of payload per square meters. It joins two magnificent and picturesque valleys in Nepal and relives the adrenaline shooting experience persons falling in the following groups have been barred for the Bungee Jumping. Person with neurological problems, person with psychological problems, person with orthopedic problems, alcohol or drug addicts, high blood pressure patients and heart patients.
Sirubari Village Tour
Sirubari village tour is without doubt one of the most attractive village tour in Nepal. The village is neat and cleans very colorful and warm. Similarly the people are friendly and well educated. Sirubari is a compact farming community village. The Unique attraction of Sirubari is the fact that is the model for a growing new trend in tourism in Nepal – a trend takes the visitor within, Experience stemming for the observations from ; without have always attracted visitor to Nepal. For the adventurous, Nepal has been synonymous with trekking, mountaineering expiations, jungle safari, and river rafting. For those seeking spirituality for the visitors have always been the people and the culture.
Sirubari Village Tour
Sirubari, a village in Syangja district southwest a short drive from Pokhara, followed by the comfortable walk. The village is on a south-facing slope at 1,700m above seeing the label. The climate is ideals at all times of the years with no show ever falling in the village itself. However, the ideal time to visit Sirubari is between September to June. The overwhelming impression of the village is one of the odder and classiness but with a warm and welcoming feel to it. Foot trails though the villages are all stone paved. Being awesome the southern slopes of the ridge the village enjoying long sunny day and is ideal for agriculture. In May 2001, Sirubari in conjunction with the Nepal tourism board was awarded the PATA Gold award in recognitions of its efforts to preserve the culture and heritage of classical Nepal life.
Chepang Village Tour
Chepang Village Tour:
Many countries in the world have been promoting beautiful villages as destinations for village tourism. Village tourism is an important tool to somewhat remove poverty in rural areas. In Nepal, many villages have been identified as a destination for village tourism. Visitors consume local products. They also buy handicrafts and local products. Moreover, Chepang Village Tour provides villagers with an alternative source of income. This helps to alleviate poverty thereby lifting the living standards of the locals. Nepal’s Terai possesses a totally unexpected beauty. For a country known mainly for soaring snow-covered mountains.
Chitwan is also renowned for its wildlife. Chitwan literally means ‘heart of the jungle’. In recent years, Chitwan tops the list of things to do in Asia. Chitwan is a true wildlife adventure. Activities in Chitwan offer a different slant on the luxuriant forest.
Sal forest covers 70% of the total land of Royal Chitwan national park. In addition to this, there are about 600 species of plants. Chitwan is also home to the only significant number of one-horned rhinos. Other endangered species like the Royal Bengal Tiger, the Gangetic Dolphins, and the Gharial Crocodile live in Chitwan. There are altogether over 43 species of large mammals. Moreover, Chitwan consists of 526 species of birds.
Marshyangdi River Rafting
“Raging River” in the local dialect aptly describes one of the best whitewater runs in the world. Only recently opened for commercial rafting (many rapids have not been named yet). The Marshyangdi river rafting is one of the best white water rafting and kayaking in the world. It is steep, powerful and challenging wildest commercially run white water in the world. We can see sustained sections of steep technical rafting test our team work throughout the trip. The trek is stunning, with great views of the Manaslu and the Annapurna ahead of you the entire time. In addition to this The scenery is breathtaking and it is a photographers’ dream to come true. Marshyangdi River is originated from northern slope of Annapurna Himalayas. Moreover it joins the Trishuli River near Muglin Bazzar.
From Ngadi downstream to the end of the trip to Bimalnagar, Marshyangdi river rafting is solid whitewater. Rapids are steep, technical and consecutive, making the Marshyandi a serious undertaking. For people looking for a trip with a lot of demanding whitewater and great Mountains scenery, the Marshyangdi is hard to overlook. This is also the river that demands respect. It may be a dream of a whitewater run, but it is a logistic thriller. Even still, our guides fight among themselves for the honor of running it. The huge boulders require instinctive and expert river reacting skills to identify the right lines.
Kali Gandaki River Rafting
Kaligandaki river Rafting
The river is named after the Hindu goddess of destruction, Kali, the river in Mustang. It lies on the northern side of the Himalayan range. As it tumbles down between the majestic Dhaulagiri and the Annapurna ranges, it creates one of the world’s deepest river canyons. Nice drops, sparkling chutes and turbulent rapids provide class III to IV + runs during the fall and spring seasons. Kaligandaki river rafting is bold and tenacious.
At Kalopani this river drops off the roof of the world. It cuts one of the deepest gorges in the world. After the confluence with the Modi Khola, the river swings south through an area where until recently, tourist were almost unknown. There are few villages actually on the river, most ate located on the river terraces some hundreds of meters above. This is a good river for drifting with floated boats or rafter and kayakers with limited experience. This is rewarding place for the birdwatchers and we have also seen mongoose, monkey’s and sign of leopards and others.
Bhotekoshi River Rafting
Bhotekoshi River Rafting
Bhotekoshi river Rafting draws amazing and mystifying power from high in Bhot (Tibet) the river Koshi, tumbles into Nepal through breathtaking valleys. Glacier water from the 10th Highest Mountain Shisa Pangma, carve a steep. It drops at the top that gradually eases to more placid streams and the calmer pool within a 46km run at the Lamosangu Dam. The rapids here are a solid class IV-V at high flow, and a more classic III at lower levels. It is challenging river activities because the water is came from Nepal-Tibet border with cold water. If you have never rafted before or limited time, this is a perfect package itinerary in white water rafting.
Continuous, challenging and action-packed, the Bhotekoshi offers you nothing less than the ride of a lifetime. Bhotekoshi is one of the best rafting River where one can feel the real adventurous rapid. This is beautiful example of water adventure. A stupendous setting, thrilling drops, gorges and limestone formations, welcome you into another dimension, where your instinct becomes your driving force, and your body your best ally. Both experienced and novice paddlers will agree this, is the Ultimate Experience.
Lhasa tour, sometimes spelled Lasa. It is the traditional capital of Tibet and Autonomous Region of the People’s Republic of China. Lhasa is located at the foot of Mount Gephel. The city is also the traditional seat of the Dalai Lama and the Potala and Norbulingka palaces. In Tibetan Buddhism is the holiest center in Tibet. The city is home to about 255,000 inhabitants and, at an altitude of approximately 3,650 m (11,975 ft). Which makes it one of the highest cities in the world. Lhasa literally means “place of the gods”, although ancient Tibetan documents and inscriptions demonstrate that the place was Rasa, which means “goat’s place”, until the early 7th century.
Our private 4 days Lhasa tour is designed to stretch the boundaries of ordinary travel and will give you an intimate knowledge of the lands, culture, and people of Tibet. We create authentic cultural connections that allow you to experience the bounties on the “roof of the world,”. Rather than just seeing one monastery after the next. Let us help you discover the hidden gems of Tibet through the new route.
Lhasa-Everest Base Camp Tour
Lhasa-Everest Base Camp Tour Welcomes to Tibet a land so rich in culture, tradition and steeped in religion. Along the far-flung unique landscape, aptly called the Roof of the age-old. Tibetan myth and mysteries cast an enhanced spell that holds a visitor in thrill and excitement. The first part of tour offers fascinating views of the incredible formation of the highest plateau of the world. Awesomely beautiful rocks, cascades and canyons slightly hidden images brings you so close to the Shangri-La of Tibet. It makes you feel yourself as being part of a unique culture, a rich tapestry is woven with legends, myths, rituals, and festivals. The last part takes you over the majestic Himalayas offering you the long-cherished breathtaking view of the Himalayan ranges including Mt. Everest(8,848m) by an hour-long Trans-Himalayan flight on your way back from Lhasa- Kathmandu.
Most interestingly, Lhasa-Everest Base Camp Tour offers a lifetime opportunity to admire and complete the magnificence of the lofty Himalayas. Which is from three dimensions – from the south, north sky. Your memories of a holiday in Tibet enriches the lingering impression of the most lavishly decorated huge monasteries temples, saffron-colored monks, ever-smiling people their typical lifestyle and above all, the challenging Himalayas. This is the right overland tour which covers most of the best parts of Tibet. And it promises you a holiday that is more than a dream – a voyage of adventure and discovery.