Everest Skydive is considered as one of most Elite Adventure Holidays in the world. Partnering with Fishtail Air, Everest Skydive organizes this dream event for many Adventure Seekers who want to fill their limitless passion-pit with extraordinary zeal and thrill. Dropping off from a AS350 B3 helicopter from the height of 23000ft and landing at Syangboche Airport (12340ft) and at Amadablam Basecamp (15000ft) is undeniably the highest commercial aerial event in the world.CNN News Channel has ranked it No. 8 out of 50 best Adventure Events organized throughout the world under the heading, “Try before you die” events.If you have the spirit of life and adventure, join us for this ‘Incredible Adventure’!
Pokhara is extraordinarily alluring. Let’s make this beauty thrilling as well! Following the success of the World’s Highest Skydiving adventure – Everest Skydive, we now offer a standard form of skydiving in Pokhara, an amazing blend of elegance and excitement. Situated about 124 miles (200 kilometers) west of Kathmandu, Pokhara is blessed with natural adornments in abundance. Flanked by panoramic Himalayan peaks of Annapurna, Manaslu, Dhaulagiri and Machhapuchhre; and embedded by emerald lakes, Pokhara is a tourist hub frequented by thousands of visitors every year. The city is also the starting point of the Annapurna Treks, the most popular trekking route in Nepal after Everest.
Backed up by the expert Everest Skydive Crew, Pokhara Skydive will be held at Pame Danda dropzone, west of Phewa Lake where skydivers will leap from a height of 11000-13000 ft from AS 350 B3/B2 Helicopter. With the majestic peaks at your backdrop and the valley of Pokhara sprawling below, you take the leap from the aircraft, free falling for a few seconds, before your canopy opens and land gently on the ground. Your entire jump will be captured on film by the camera flyer.
The Pokhara Skydive is a eight- day package, that includes 3-2 Solo/Tandem Jumps, accommodation, sightseeing tours and air and surface transfers (Kathmandu – Pokhara), plus rafting on the challenging rapids of Trishuli River. Entries are open for solo as well as tandem jump. If you want the thrill of the event but don’t want to experience solo skydiving or you have friends or family members joining you, we offer a ‘Holiday Package’ that includes one Tandem Jump and one Tandem Paragliding within the same Boogie Package.
An optional half-an-hour Microlight Flight is also open for those who do not like skydive. If you want to be a part of this liberating experience, join us in this adventure of Serenity and Sensation!!
Everest Skydive is considered as one of most Elite Adventure Holidays in the world and therefore, remains a dream event for many Adventure Seekers who want to fill their limitless passion-pit with extraordinary zeal and thrill. Dropping off from a helicopter from the height of 23000ft and landing at Syangboche Airport (12340ft) and at Amadablam Basecamp (15000ft) is undeniably the highest commercial aerial event in the world.
CNN News Channel has ranked it as No. 8 out of 50 best Adventure Events organized throughout the world under the heading, “Try before you die” events. The adrenaline rush you get from the freefall, the eye-feasting view of the picturesque Sherpa settlement with the back drop of world’s highest peak Mt. Everest, along with other equally petrifying sister peaks, and the whole alpine experience can be a lifetime achievement.
Following the success of Everest Skydive (2008), it’s being continued annually in October/November. A total of Three Hundred Forty Nine jumps from worldwide have tried Everest Skydive with Solo or Tandem attempts since then. There have been 283 Solo Jumps and 66 Tandems till date.
Everest Skydive 2014 also continued to extend its glorious history. This seventh edition of Everest Skydive, was held on 7th and 8th of November 2014. Tom Noonan, the chief tandem instructor of Everest Skydive since 2008 played his usual role and Joe Johnson, the first timer in ESD was the tandem master of the event. Mr. Paul Henry de Baère led the photography and cinematography whereas; Mr. Ted Atkins was an Oxygen Supervisor of the event. Six skydivers including the crew members landed at Syangboche drop-zone, after the jump of the lifetime during Everest Skydive 2014. Wingsuit jump made by Mr. Ossie Khan, was especially the climax of the whole event.