whose foundation dates back to the 9th century from one of the highest point in the world. Enjoy a jump from as high as 25,000ft into the picturesque land of Himalayans.
Bejewelled by emerald lakes and greenery, flanked by panoramic majestic Himalayan peaks of Machhapuchhre, Annapurna and Dhaulagiri, leaping from a height of 14,000 feet; a drop in the magical city of Pokhara is truly an adventure seeker's dream come true. The drop from here is an eagle's eye view of natural landscapes of lush green forest and a buzzing city below.
Jumping off from the height of 23,000 feet just below the majestic Himalayas and landing in the utopian heaven of winter land Syangboche (12,402ft) and Amadablam Basecamp (15,000ft) is a life changing experience of free fall filled with ecstasy. This fall comes with a bird’s eye view of Sherpa settlement amidst the backdrop of world’s highest peak in company with the snow capped mountain range.
Mostly considered as a product of 20th century, the ground work for modern day Skydiving actually dates back to 9th century where the first fall was attempted from a tower in Cordoba using a loose cloak stiffened with wooden struts to arrest the fall with only minor injuries.
Numerous attempts have been made since then with variations of materials before settling into the continuously evolving safety measures of the present day extreme adventure sport of Skydiving.