Paragliding In Nepal -
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Paragliding service in Nepali sky.
Paragliding Experiences in
Nepal can be a truly wonderful and fulfilling experience for the
adventure seeker. A trip will take you over some of the best scenery on
earth, as you share airspace with Himalayan griffin vultures, eagles,
kites and float over villages, monasteries, temples, lakes and jungle,
with a fantastic view of the majestic Himalaya.
Gliding is a
weather dependent sports and the flying season in Nepal commences from
November through February, the best months being November and December.
The takes off point for these flights is Sarankot (1592m.), which also
offers prime views of Fewa lake and mountains at sunrise and sunset
(provided the skies are clear) and the landing is by the Fewa lake. No
previous experience is required as qualified pilots provide a short
briefing before launching.
Paragliding in Nepal can be a truly wonderful and fulfilling experience for the adventure seeker. A trip will take you over some of the best scenery on earth, as you share airspace with Himalayan griffin vultures, eagles, kites and float over villages, monasteries, temples, lakes and jungle, with a fantastic view of the majestic Himalaya [...]
Tandem flying involves a passenger flying with a pilot. Both have separate harnesses that are attached to each other and the wing. Paragliding harnesses are built for comfort and safety; they feel more like an armchair. After take-off the passengers just sits back, relax and enjoys the unfolding magnificent sceneries. Because paragliders can foot launch and gently foot land again and are very portable we can take them anywhere and fly from most mountains in Nepal.
Operational paragliding company in Nepal
Blue sky paragliding, Sunrise paragliding, Pokhara Patagliding, Kathmandu Paragliding,
We offer full time courses over a 9 day period. Our training hills cover most wind directions and we will do our best to provide you with the opportunity to complete your course in the given amount of time. Paragliding is weather dependent and it is possible that your course will need to be rescheduled.
If you thought bungy jumping was restricted to some places in Europe , New Zealand and America , it's time you got and
update. The sport has finally found a natural home in the highest mountain range in the world. The ultimate thrill of a bungy jump can now be experienced in Nepal at perhaps the best site in the world.
Nepal's first bungy jumping site is situated 160m over the wild Bhote Kosi river, and located close to the Nepal-Tibet border, a three-hour bus ride from Kathmandu. As can be arranged on arrival in Kathmandu . As of now, there is only one agency offering this sport. The jump, at 160m, was designed by one of New Zealand 's leading bungy consultants, and is operated by some of the most experienced jump masters in the business. It's mishap-proof. The agency takes safety "very, very seriously".
Less than 3 hours outside Kathmandu by Ultimate Bungy Shuttle. You will travel the Arniko (Kathmandu/Lhasa) Highway to within 12km of the Tibet Border and the famous Friendship Bridge .
Ultimate Bungy Nepal takes place on a 166m wide steel suspension bridge over the Bhoti Kosi River .
Swiss designed, specially for bungee jumping with a 4x safety factor. The bridge has a loading factor of 250kg per running meter. This means that the bridge will hold 250 x 166 = 41,500kg or 4.5 tonnes. And... those are Swiss measurements! * Over 6000 meters of steel wire was used to build the bridge Longest suspension bridge in Nepal * The bridge joins two sides of a great valley. Before its construction, locals walked five hours to cross this river gorge.
This bungy jump in Nepal may be the most spectacular bungy jump on the Planet. This remarkable 500ft (160m) drop into the Bhote Koshi River gorge on the Nepal/Tibet Border is the longest free fall in the world.
Anyone who wants to take a taste of bungee jumping should not have any of the health problems mentioned below:
Heart disease, Epilepsy,High blood pressure,Pregnancy,Addiction to alcohol odrugs,Orthopedic problems ,Psychological problems,Neurological problems.
Hot Air Ballooning
AS a adventure sport of Nepal draws huge tourists every year. Come to Nepal to look up into the sky and see the mighty towers of The Himalayas for an unforgettable excitement and memories to last and same goes if you look down where your eyes will capture greeneries, magnificent valleys unmatched like anywhere on this planet. Nepal is often called "Shangrilla". With Balloon you can do both view Himalayas as well as fly up above the Shangrilla to feel it, literally!
A group tour doesn't cost that much. There is more info at the end about the cost. Flying by airplanes might be a good option for viewing just the mountains but if you want to see the beautiful landscape that Nepal possess, you have to get on board with a Balloon which glides with the Himalayan breeze kissing your chicks; something that you won't be able to get again anywhere on this planet.
How high can I go and How long will be my ride ? Depending on the altitude of nearby mountains, your instructor will take this matter serious. Ballooning in areas were not much space is left between two or more mountains can be a hazardous. Ballooning in Pokhara, Kathmandu, and other cities have become popular but the number of tourists doing this activity in Terai region (Plain) is also growing up. On average they go upto 13,200 feet about 4,000 meters high; enough for your pleasure.
Hot Air Balloon for Mountain views lasts for 1 to 2 hours and is one of the most thrilling and exciting adventures in Nepal. Ask with us for advance booking and further details.
Honey Hunting in Nepal
In this ecological awakening age hunting seems quite contradictory but Nepal has been a favored ground for hunters since 9th century. In the Himalayan Kingdom, controlled hunting is allowed with proper license and certain seasons of the year. Hunting license is issued by the Department of National Park and Wildlife Conservation in Kathmandu and there are a few hunting outfitters who can make arrangements.
The organized hunting parties trek or fly (helicopter) into the high terrain areas in quest of the Himalayan Tahr and the Blue Sheep. Mid-elevation prizes include wild goat and sheep; in the Terai lowlands deer are sought. Hunting in Nepal is permitted only in designated areas, and a licensed guide must accompany hunting parties.
Dhorpatan Hunting Reserve is one of the prime habitats of blue sheep, a highly prized trophy animal, which is the main target of hunters. Other game species are Ghoral, Serow, Himalayan Tahr, Black Bear Pheasant and Partridge. Endangered species of the area include the red panda and cheer pheasant.
Besides hunting, Dhorpatan is also an attractive destination for the trekker and wildlife enthusiast as protection has enabled animal numbers to increase in this rarely visited area.
Dhorpatan can be reached from Pokhara within the 5 days of hike away or there is also the option of flying to Dolpa. The best time to visit Dhorpatan is February-April and August-October. Accommodation here is on tented camp which can be provided by the Adventure Silk Road Inc. or at one of the villages.
Besides national parks and wildlife reserves His Majesty's Government of Nepal has also set aside a hunting reserve at Dhorpatan where controlled hunting of some species is allowed. Covering an area of 1,325 sq. km., the reserve is situated on the southern flanks of Mt. Dhaulangiri I (8,167 m.) in districts of Rukum, Baglung and Myagdi in western Nepal.
The area's vegetation is characterised by well-developed mixed-hardwood forest at lower elevation and many plant species of drier climate to the north. Tree species include fir, pine, birch, rhododendron, hemlock, oak, juniper and spruce. As in many other protected environments of Nepal, the reserve includes several villages inhabited by hill tribes as well as people of Tibetan descent who supplement farming with trade and animal husbandry. The reserve is one of the prime habitats of blue sheep, a highly prized trophy animal, which is the main target of hunters. Other game species are ghoral, serow, Himalayan thar, black bear, pheasant and partridge. Endangered species of the area include the red panda and cheer pheasant. Controlled hunting is allowed with proper license and certain seasons of the year. Game license is issued by the Department of National Parks and Wildlife Conservation in Kathmandu and there are a few hunting outfitters who can make arrangements for expeditions. Besides hunting, Dhorpatan is also an attractive destination for the trekkers and wildlife enthusiasts as protection has enabled animal numbers to increase in this rarely visited area.