Nepal Ultra Light Flight from Pokhara is the best of its form. Ultralight flight to Pokhara is a unique way to discover the majestic Himalayas and for the ariel sightseeing of Pokhara valley. It is an amazing experience that is beautiful and totally out of the ordinary and better than any other ride. As you fly in the sky, you will be rewarded with a fabulous bird’s Eye view of the entire city of Pokhara and the turquoise Fewa Lake. As it glides higher, the incredible view of Annapurna and Dhaulagiri welcomes you and you'll almost kiss the beautiful Machhapuchre (Fishtail).
Ultralight flight in Nepal is available only in Pokhara. The main reason to choose Pokhara Valley for Ultra-light aircraft is its proximity to the mountains and the scenic lakes. Professionally Ultralight flights started in Pokhara in 1997 AD and are claimed to be the first in South Asia.
In this flight, it is used very light aircraft which has no windows and seating for only two persons, including a pilot and a passenger. Powered by engines these aircraft can reach very close to mountain peaks.
- Fly for Fun: The flight duration is 15 min. The aircraft flies over Pokhara City, Phewa Lake, and Sarangkot Hill at a speed of 50 km/hour to 90 km/hr. The maximum altitude attained is 5,000 feet.
- Touch the Fish Tail: Not quite, but still, this flight takes as close to the Fishtail as possible with all the safety measures intact. The flight duration is 30 minutes. The speed is 90 km/hr.
- Mountain Range Sky Trek: Flight duration is 1 hr. This flight covers the whole of the Annapurna range at the speed of 90 km/hr to 130 km/hr. The altitude attained is 12, 000 feet, high above the clouds. This flight is intended for those who like to live life on the fast track, and love a little adrenaline rush now and then.
ULTRALIGHT FLIGHT DURATION AND FLYING ROUTE
S.N.Flight DurationFlying Route
1; 15 minutesPokhara City Tour
2; 30 minutes close to Mt. Fishtail
3; 60-minute mountain Flight (Mt. Fish Tail & Annapurna Range)490 minutesMountain Flight (Mt. Fish Tail, Annapurna Range & Kapuche Lake)