Skydiving in Nepal
Nepal Skydiving is one of the newest adventure sports in Nepal that has gained enormous popularity in a very short period of time. Every year hundreds of skydivers come to Nepal to try this ultimate freefall sport.
The thrill and excitement of Skydiving easily matches with the extreme geography of Nepal. Skydiving in Nepal involves jumping from the heights of the world’s highest Himalayan peaks such as Everest, Kanchenjunga, Manaslu, Makalu, Annapurna and Dhaulagiri and attaining a freefall.
Not only do you get to enjoy the thrill of flying like a bird, you will also be able to see a stunning panorama of the Himalayan peaks right below your feet. This is an experience that you can’t get anywhere but Nepal.
There are different types of Nepal skydiving such as Solo Skydiving and Tandem Skydiving depending on whether you are a beginner or experienced Skydiver. You will be guided by certified Nepali and international instructors. At present, Skydiving is organized in Nepal only in the month of November.
Skydiving in Nepal is safe and certified by the government of Nepal. In Nepal helicopters are used for skydiving and all the equipments including jumpsuits and parachute are provided by the Nepal skydiving company. All you need to do Skydiving is a pair of comfortable shoes and a big heart for adventure.
The world has one more reason to go to Everest Skydiving! Termed as an ‘elite adventure at the top of the world’, Everest Skydiving should be the number one priority in your adventure list.
Imagine jumping out of a helicopter from a whopping 29500feet surrounded by world’s highest peaks including Everest, Lhotse, Cholatse, Nuptse, Thamserku and Ama Dablam. What you will experience Everest Skydiving is not just a thrill of a freefall but also an stunning visual feast of mountains, glaciers, valleys and hills.
You will experience a 10000 foot free fall and land at either Syanboche or Ama Dablam Base Camp. Both Tandem and Solo Skydiving are available in Everest with full Equipment provided on the spot. There is no risk at all in Skydiving as you will be guided by experienced and certified Skydiving instructors. Even disabled people are safe to do Everest Skydiving. At present AS 350 B3 Eurocopter Helicopter is being used for Everest skydiving.
Aside from being the gateway to the world famous Annapurna treks, Pokhara is perhaps most popular for Skydiving.
Located about 200km from Kathmandu, Pokhara is easily accessible and offers possibly the best skyline for Pokhara Skydiving. The ninth highest mountain in the world Mt. Annapurna (8091m) and the sacred Mt. Fishtail (6993m) provide a heavenly backdrop for Skydivers. Pokhara Skydiving uses a AS 350 B2 or B3 Helicopter and the freefall is conducted from a height of 10000-12000ft.
Pokhara skydiving is organize in November 9 to 11