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|Arrival on:||Kathmandu, Nepal||Departure from:||Kathmandu, Nepal|
Nepal has many secrets to offer ranging from mountain expedition to paragliding. Paragliding in the Himalayan region is a truly wonderful experience.
Nepal has incredible paragliding sites to take pictures, to enjoy the freedom of flying like a bird, and to view the alluring magic of Himalayan range. Pokhara, the lakeside town is the best site for paragliding in the world. Paragliding in Pokhara is full of magnetic scenery on earth such as beautiful lakes, spectacular peaks, stunning overhead view of the city, monasteries, temples, lakes and jungle. The thrill commences from Sarangkot, the capital site of paragliding in Pokhara. The hill station itself is famous for amazing sunrise and sunset views over the Himalayas. The adventure reaches apex as the gliding commences amid of breathtaking views of Annapurna range, beautiful landscape, and serene view of Phewa Lake.
It will be a grandest opportunity not to be missed for those trekkers who are on the eve of Annapurna trek or who have completed the trek in the Annapurna region. For verities of paragliding experiences and sites including Pokhara, join Himalayan Glacier's profoundly experienced team to materialize the dream into reality.Departure time: Daily at 9am
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