It is one of the most exciting for looking and having the exprience to know
pokhara while you go to pokhara its the Ultra light aircraft.which take off
from Pokhara and offer spectacular views of the lakes, mountains and villages.
This is an ideal way to see life from a new perspective. The choice of the
Pokhara Valley for ultra-light aircraft is appropriate chiefly because of the
proximity of the mountains, and the scenic lakes. For those who wished they
could fly like birds when growing up, this flight is a must. It might be lonely
at the top, but the spectacular view from up high certainly makes it all worth
it. Flights are from the Pokhara airport beginning September through June. The
flights take place from sunrise to 11 a.m. and from 3 P.M. to sunset every day
You can come close to flying; just go up in an ultra-light aircraft and get a sweeping bird's eye view of the entire Pokhara Valley. It is an exhilarating ride that allows unhindered views of the mountains and the scenic lakes far below. For those who always dreamed of flying like a bird, hereís your chance. Soar into the blue skies, brush the clouds and get the feeling you can touch the sparkling mountains. Itís a heavenly flight. Ultra-light flights are operated from Pokhara Airport beginning September through June. Easy to operate, Ultra-lights can take off and land on a field or even a dirt road, and in areas where other planes fear to tread. With a limited capacity, it seats only two, a passenger and the pilot. Ultra-lights can fly for hours and ascend to a maximum height of 5000 meters. With its aerodynamic design, it can fly for hours even with the engine shut off. Safety is ensured as the pilots have over 6000 flights under their belt.
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