Here’s How Much It Will Cost You To Go Paragliding In Himachal

by Sushmita Mahanta
Here’s How Much It Will Cost You To Go Paragliding In Himachal

Travelling offers a lot of thrill for the adventurer in you. Be it visiting haunted valleys or soaring over the Himalayan winds, travel has it all. India alone is home to a million adventures. And one such sought-after thrill is Paragliding in Himachal. Here is a little more insight into the pricing and its other tidbits to help you sail the sky.

The Best Location To Live Your Paragliding Dream

Bir-Billing in Kangra will give you Asia’s best Paragliding experience. This popular tourist spot is also the third-best site for paragliding in the world. Bir-Billing has highly favorable wind conditions and will let you enjoy a flight of around 10 minutes. But we recommend you proceed with caution. Although paragliding in Himachal looks alluring, it’s not for the weak heart. But if you have a knack for life-changing adventures, then this is the perfect place to be.

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Fares And Prices

Bir-Billing is well connected to all major cities in North India. So communication won’t be an issue for you. You can either take a flight or opt for a train journey. But if you want to travel cheaply, you can take a bus from Delhi to Dharamsala. Then a short taxi ride which will cost you around INR 1000, will lead you to Bir-Billing. Daily government buses are also a great option and will cost you lesser bucks. Once you reach Bir-Billing, a 15-20 minute paragliding flight will mostly cost you around INR 2500. While this includes the video, you might have to pay an extra INR 200 for the pictures. So approximately a total of INR 2700 is what you will have to pay for this once-in-a-lifetime experience. Also here’s a tip. Add an extra INR 500 and the pilot will let you through some cool spins!

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