Jumping out of the flying helicopter from the elevation above 15000ft and free falling at the speed of 120 miles per hour is the normal skydiving that happens everywhere across the world.
But Pokhara Skydive is much more than that because of the amazing backdrop of gigantic Himalayan 8000ers divers get to sight that makes a normal skydiving expedition a grander and the most beautiful one.
In the recent years, for all those extremely adrenaline hungry travelers who prefer traveling to Nepal during Autumn, Pokhara Skydive has been the ideal pick . And the popularity of this annual Mega Event is increasing every year because this Skydiving Expedition in the most popular tourist town of West Nepal is affordable considering the skydiving highlights it offers.
The Pokhara Skydive not only caters the extreme thrill of falling freely from very high altitude; it also offers the best opportunity to sight the widespread massifs of amazing Annapurna, dazzling Dhaulagiri, nicer Nilgiri & fantastic Fishtail.
Pokhara Skydive 2015 was conducted from 13th November to 15th November. During a three day Skydiving Expedition 25 solo jumps were performed by the crewmembers and 25 tandem jumps were performed, which included divers from Nepal, India, Germany, Malaysia and Norway. Thirteen Indians, ten Nepalese and a German and Norwegian each experienced Pokhara Skydiving 2015.
The flight loads were operated by the most trustworthy partner of Skydiving Events in Nepal, the Fishtail Air.
I am not the type of person that would usually take a trip from Beijing to Kathmandu by land. I had no idea what international travel was like or how difficult it can be gaining entry into Tibet. In fact I still don’t because Explore Himalaya made it easy for me.
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