Paragliding in Pokhara is a package, in which, one gets to soar over the city of Pokhara like a bird in the sky whilst taking in the views that this lakeside city has to offer below, plus get to view the various Himalayan peaks and ranges giving you a scintillating view of them, while in a paraglide and a trained paragliding pilot doing the job of piloting you through the skies over Pokhara.
You turn ebullient when you are picked you from the point in Pokhara and the excitement begins to grow as you are driven towards, Saragkot, a village and a vantage point from where not only all paragliding trips in Pokhara are initiated but also a place where people from Pokhara and elsewhere come to view the Himalayan snow-capped peaks and the sunrise over it. You can try such a package in our (Packages name and link to it). This time, you get to view the mount peaks of Manaslu and Annapurna, while you try to calm your excitement. The time comes for you to leave earth and you do so, soaring into the skies, while the Mountain peaks you saw begin to view differently from the skies and as time goes on above in the winds, the view of Phewa Tal, the second biggest fresh white alpine lake begins to take on another dimension of splendor from the skies, where you truly begin to feel that now you can only see what a bird sees from the top, and why it is so special to have the ability of flight. You might be for about thirty minutes in the skies but would hardly feel like being three minutes because flying like a bird and what you see from the top, makes time fly. You eventually land safely to the earth beyond the Phewa Tal and with the excitement still tingling in you, picked up and driven back to your starting point in Pokhara. Now that you have got the thrills of paragliding in Pokhara, you might want to try out some more excitement in life, if it is not hiking in Nepal, then try out the one-day packages of excitement while living on the edge of safety in Bungee Jump in Kathmandu or Trishuli River Rafting.
The main thing that in the Paragliding in Pokhara trip that one gets is the ability to fly somewhat like a bird and see what is hidden from us and what a bird can see. In the true sense, Pokhara is not only the Lakeside City of Nepal, it is the most frequented city not only by tourists from abroad but from internal ones as well. The city has a lot of natural wonders to offer, this paragliding in Pokhara Nepal allows an aerial view to capture in a short span of time; 30 minutes to the most. Then the view of the snow-capped mountain peaks and ranges is even better than you would get when you last saw them from Sarangkot. Plus the short lessons, that you get before taking off and the way paragliding is handled, if you are not a pilot yourself, it sounds intriguing. The most fundamental facts of paragliding one get is flying like a bird without the means of powered propulsions to take to the sky, and being in control of your flight. And last, of all, are you being taken to the spot and being picked up, and driven back with the excitement of having flown in the blue heavens – for flying like a bird is truly one.
Is paragliding safe? What is the age limit?
Paragliding is a very safe activity, in fact, much safer than flying in a Boeing plane, where there are 100 to 1 chances of something dramatic happening on a plane of its kind than under the skills of a paragliding pilot. It is only natural, that one might feel nervous flying something without an engine to propel it. In fact, just like a paraglide canopy, and Boeing planes can glide to its destination if the airport is closer enough without any engines giving it power.
There is no such age limit for one to take this paragliding trip, in reality, people as old as ninety and more have taken to these kinds of activities. For example; the Late Ex-President, George W Bush, went sky-diving from 30 thousand feet as a Birthday gift to him. Sky-diving is a more extreme sport, it all comes down to your mental attitude to take such excitement and have a strong heart for.