Ultralight flight Pokhara
Ultralight flight Pokhara is a unique way to notice the grand Himalayas and for the Ariel exploration of Pokhara valley. Moreover, it offers a breathtaking bird’s eye view of Pokhara city and the grand surroundings of the Himalayas. Besides, people can fly over Pokhara city, Phewa lake, a white stupa, Sarang Kot hill, and get close to Mt. Machhapuchhre and Annapurna Himalayan Range. In this flight, it is used very light aircraft which has no window and seating for only two persons, counting a pilot and a passenger. These aircraft are powered by engines that can range very close to the mountain peaks.
Basically, Ultralight flight in Nepal exists only in Pokhara. Besides, the main aim to choose the Pokhara valley for Ultra-light aircraft is that of its nearness to the mountains, and the beautiful lakes. For those who wanted, they could fly like birds when growing up, this flight is a must. Moreover, it might be lonely at the top, but the remarkable view from up high certainly makes it all worth it. Professionally, Ultralight flights started in Pokhara in 1997 AD and are demanded to be the first in South Asia.
There are two different types of aircraft in Operation, one is Delta Wing Ultra-Light Aircraft, and another is Fix Wing Ultra-Light Aircraft. Fix Wing aircraft has high power and greater speed so it can reach closer to the mountains than the Delta Wing aircraft during the same duration, however, both are Ultra-light Aircraft.
Facts of Ultralight Flight Pokhara
Duration: 15 Minutes | 30 Minutes | 60 Minutes | 90 Minutes
Time: From sunrise 6.30 am. to 11 am and from 3 pm to sunset
Best Season: From September to May
Take off Location: Pokhara Airport
Landing Location: Pokhara Airport