At the take-off place, the passenger is supplied with a harness and a helmet. The pilot will explain the task of the passenger and the exact procedure.
Once in the air, the passenger can sit back and enjoy the beautiful view as the pilot is handling the rest. The speed is around 40km/h with a sinking of 1m/sec.
It is a very soft and uncomplicated landing. A few steps can be done to finish in the standing position. The pilot will prepare the passenger early enough for it.
Below you unfolds a colored tapestry of agricultural fields. Due to the current, you go higher and higher. This is what it feels like to go paragliding in Nis.
Interlaken in Switzerland
Glacier-fed lakes and capped by snowy mountains, Interlaken is the gateway to Switzerland’s famous paragliding spot.
Pokhara Valley, Nepal
With the adorable view of the world’s tallest mountains, paragliding in Nepal’s Pokhara Valley is one of the best options.
Let’s begin with glider preparation and inflation.
Without good preparation, any launch will probably be down to more luck than skill.
The #1 factor is affecting your safety is attitude: decide to fly safely above all other priorities, decide to land safely from every flight.
With no prior training or experience you can take to the skies with a certified instructor.
An instructional tandem paragliding flight combines free-flight and breathtaking views to create a totally unique, once in a lifetime experience.