Parahawking in Nepal

by Dave on June 14, 2013 · 2 comments

I first learned about parahawking in 2008, when I visited Nepal’s second largest city, Pokhara (seen in the video).

Parahawking was an option for tourists, but it was more expensive, so I stuck with the regular paragliding experience.

It was my first time, and it felt as close to flying as I could imagine.

I’ve been paragliding several times since in Medellin, and if I ever get the chance to go with a hawk, I’m all over it. Looks amazing!

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