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Paragliding is a really a new adventure sport in Nepal. Paragliding in this Himalayan country is quite wonderful and fulfilling experience for the adventure seekers. You can experience exquisite scenic grandeur as you share airspace with Himalayan griffin vultures, eagles, kites, while floating over villages, monasteries, temples, lakes and jungles, 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 destination gliding enthusiasts.
You can share the same air space with the Himalayan griffin vultures, eagles and kites as you soar over the rivers, lakes and village. The mountains seen over you to your north and below you the landscape is streaked with paddy fields and hamlets. Probably that's why Pokhara is amongst the hotspots for Paragliding in the world. The flying season commences from September through February, November and December being the best months. Sarangkot has been graded as one of the top five-paragliding spot in the globe.
For those who want to find out what paragliding is all about but cannot commit two-days to learning, we offer tandem flights for $ 75 until 125. The tandem flight consists of a short briefing followed by a 30-45 minute flight (weather permitting). If good soaring conditions are not available, you may receive several shorter flights instead. During the flight the pilot will explain what he/she is doing, and allows you some hands-on control of the glider. A tandem flight is best for the person seeking an exciting one-time experience, with minimum commitment
The Annapurna region is the most varied of Nepal's popular Trekking destinations. It harbors an incredible array of tropical to alpine flora and fauna, an ever-changing tapestry of lowland Aryans to highland Mongoloid peoples and constant close-up views of the Annapurna peaks.
The Annapurana regions bounded in the East by the Marshyangdi River and in the west by the fascinating Kali Gandaki River, Boasting the deepest Gorge in the world within forty miles, between the two rivers are twelve mountains higher than 7000 m. and many others above 6000m.
Starting at lower altitudes, treks in this region pass through lush agricultural lands, which eventually unroll, to green terraced fields, which occasionally give way to high arid desert lands. As the land and the people, change so does the dominant religion from Hinduism in the lowlands to Buddhism in the higher reaches.
Relatively easy to access because the Highway between Kathmandu and Pokhara, in addition to an all connection, the Annapurna region has its full share of classic treks to offer the adventure