Ultraflight in Pokhara

Ultra Flight in Pokhara

Started in Nepal in the year 1996, Ultra Flight in Pokhara began its professional career only in the year 1997AD and is best known as the ultimate way to confront the wild Nepal in its raw state. Ultra Flight in Pokhara endows unmatched bird’s eye views of the prized possession of Pokhara and is totally unique way of adrenaline adventure as opposed to conventional mountain flights via helicopter charter.
No other places could outrun Pokhara in terms of its epic spectacle of diverse natural aura that ranges from colossal Annapurna, Machhapuchhre and other snow clad mountains to the astounding lakes of Phewa, Rara, Begnas, Rupa and then there are creepy caves like Chamero Cave and Gupteswor Cave and the thundering Seti River, not to forget the culturally diverse villages that are blessed with natural opulence. Besides, the climatic condition of Pokhara Basin favors the thrilling Ultra Flight in Pokhara.
Ultra Flight redefines the mountain viewing experience by giving it the whole new perspective. A much lighter air machine with a seating for mere two persons, one dedicated to the pilot and the other to passenger, Ultra Flight stands aloof from other conventional flying objects in being able to gain very close access to the mountains. Also the ability to leave the ground and land at even tapered and off beaten tracks where other aircrafts feel difficulty in operating allures most adventure seekers to go for ultra Flight.
Multiple schemes that fit in your budget are available for Ultra Flight in Pokhara. You can make a wise choice based solely on your interests. The best selling packages include:
A fifteen minutes flight with an average speed of 50km/hr that covers aerial radius around Sarankot Hill famed for sunrise viewing that covers the epic panorama of enchanting Lake City of Pokhara, the green Phewa Lake with its curious Barahi Temple in the middle, the Buddhist Monastery and several snow shrouded mountains.
A thirty minutes flight with an average speed of 90km/hr to the close proximity o f Machhapuchhre Mountain that allows close up and unseen views of Fish Tail Mountain including the aerial view of Tibetan Refugee Camp at Lamachaur
The longest of all and the most sensational flight lasting an hour around Annapurna Mountain Range that progresses with a speed ranging between 90km/hr to 130km/ hr
Periods from September to June mark the best seasons for Ultra Flight in Pokhara.



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