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Ultralight Flight in Nepal

Ultralight aircrafts are being operated from Pokhara, a unique blend of both mountain and plateau areas. While flying over the Pokhara valley, you will see scenic beauty of both the Himalayas and the most famous lake of Nepal, Fewa Tal. The flight will be a journey through nature above the Pokhara valley.

Fly for Fun (15 minutes Flight):

The shortest flight takes you over the city of Pokhara, Fewa Lake, near Sarangkot hill, over the Sakya Kongma Rinpoche’s monastery, and the south side of the city. This short flight will give you a panoramic view of the whole Annapurna Range with a view of two other 8000 meter peaks – Dhaulagiri and Manaslu.

Appeals to flyers on a budget ( 30 Minute flight):

This flight of medium duration, takes you slightly higher and further. You'll fly over the Tibetan refugee camp and as far as Lamachour, on the northern part of the valley. The view is simply superb.

Mountain Range Sky Trek (1 hour flight):

This is a truly memorable addition to any trip to Nepal. During this flight you’ll fly over the city of Pokhara, Fewa Lake, near Sarangkot hill, over the Buddhist monastery on the south side of the city. Additionally you’ll fly over the Tibetan refugee camp and past Lamachour to the north with simply superb views. You’ll get up to an altitude of 9,000 feet above sea level and you;ll go very close to the Fish Tail peak and enter the Seti valley, itself a hidden remote valley.

We at “Nepal Mother House Treks” are glad to arrange an Ultralight Flight for you on your unforgettable tour in Nepal. Please join us for an experience of a lifetime.

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Client Reviews

Tom Beavers, Seattle, WA (USA)

Karna, thank you so much for another wonderful trek. This is my 3rd trek with you - the first being the Annapurna Circuit and then a tour of the Everest region, starting at Jiri and then trekking up to Gokyo, going over Cho La, up to Kala Pattar and then up the Chukhung valley. I continue to learn so much about Nepal from you, Continue

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