Skydive in Nepal is the annual adventure organized each November and the jump dates for both Everest Skydive and Pokhara Skydive of this year is approaching. Everest Skydive has been scheduled from 4th November to 12th of November. Skydivers participating in Pokhara Skydive will attempt their jumps from 17th November- 20th November.
The elite extreme adventure sports Skydiving is organized annually in Nepal since 2008. However, with an exception, Everest Skydive is being organized twice a year for the first time having already operated once back in May 2016.
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November is probably the month for the Ultimate elite adventure in Nepal. Just few days after the Everest Skydive, the next chapter of Skydiving in Nepal is about to begin. The annual Pokhara Skydive will kick off on 12th November and will end on 15th November.
The skydivers will fly in Fishtail Air Helicopter to the elevation between 10000ft-12000ft and make a freefall from the chopper before they land in the drop zone at the Shore of Phewa Lake in Pokhara. Immediately after the jump, the skydivers face the amazing Annapurna and dazzling Dhaulagiri sprawling right before them. The lush vegetation, beautiful lakes and the wide-spread human settlements within the deep valley are the bonus feast for eyes.
Skydiving in Nepal is the newest form of thrilling adventure. Everest Skydive for sure is not for all as it demands hefty price with outstanding rewards. However, Pokhara Skydive still caters the highlights as of Everest Skydive in the price, which is in a way affordable compared to Everest Skydive.
The crew of Everest Skydive executes all solo and tandem jumps during Pokhara Skydive as well. Hence the safety regarding the biggest aerial adventure in Pokhara is not a question.
According to a Chinese proverb, “A picture is worth a thousand words“. So without further ado or without wasting any words, we share with you some thrilling moments captured by Wendy Smith at the recently held Pokhara Skydive.
Photos Courtesy : Wendy Smith
Everest Skydive in partnership with private domestic airline company Tara Air, have launched skydiving in Pokhara. Test flights were conducted successfully yesterday and today at Pokhara’s Chhine Danda. Skydivers flying on Tara Air’s Pilatus Porter aircraft leaped from 14000 feet and landed at the site of the Pokhara International Airport ( under construction). Yesterday’s action saw Everest Skydive’s main organizer and co-ordinator, Mr. Suman Pandey and Wendy Smith taking the leap. Today three Nepalese skydivers, Phul Bahadur Tamang, Bibek Pandey & Dik Bahadur Khirsina jumped solo. These three have created history. They are the first Nepalese solo skydivers.