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North India is the home to some of the most brilliant sights in the country. Home to the Himalayas and the plains that follow after them, this north Indian tour takes you through some of the best sights in the many cities of the region. Starting from Chandigarh, the tour takes you to the holy and spiritual city of Amritsar for an experience of the Golden Temple and the Wagah Border. After Shopping, you will get a transfer from there to the amazing hill town of Mcleodganj to enjoy the sights of the city and for a camping and trekking experience at the famous Triund trek.Post this, you will get a transfer to the 2nd highest paragliding station of the world, Bir in the Kangra region of Himachal Pradesh, where you will experience an unbeatable experience of Paragliding in the valley. The tour will then proceed to Chandigarh to end the trip there. 



Paragliding In Bir Billing Overview

Activity Location: Billing

Pick-up Location: Billing landing point

Activity Timings: Between 9:00 AM – 6:00 PM

Flight Duration: 15-20 Minutes

About Paragliding in Bir Billing:

Experience the rush of wind while soaring through the clear skies of Bir Billing – known to be the paragliding capital of India. It attracts adventurers from different cultures and ages and offers a chance to glide over the Dhauladhar ranges, lush green fields, the beautiful water streams, and nature’s bounty. Book paragliding in Bir billing and enjoy flying high at a thrilling height of 8200 ft. with a bird’s eye view of this beautiful village where the first-ever paragliding cup was hosted.

  • The take-off point is Billing for this activity, a popular hotspot located around 8200 ft. above sea level – known as heaven for paragliders.
  • Arrive at the Billing (chang to Bir) landing point at the decided time from where you’ll be picked up and proceed towards the activity location. 
  • Get briefed about the activity and know about various tricks of the paragliding that will make it even more fun while you are in the air.
  • Get ready to take off after getting prepped up with good quality safety equipments.
  • You will be accompanied by a professional instructor who will be assisting you throughout the activity to ensure a safe and hassle-free experience.
  • All types of safety equipment used are imported from France and tested for safety. To make sure this experience goes safe and sound, social distancing, use of masks, and State-Government rules are followed.

How to reach?

  • The package includes a comfortable pick-up & drop-off facility from the Bir landing point. The Bir Landing point is based in Bir Colony Road, which is easily accessible through both private & public transportation.
  • The take-off point for paragliding is based at a distance of 16 kms from Bir, so after pick-up from pick-up point in Bir, it is going to take 45 minutes to reach the activity location in Billing.


  • This activity is suitable for the age group of 16 to 45 years.
  • The maximum weight allowed for the participant is 90 kg.



Paragliding In Manali Overview

Activity Location: Dobhi, Manali

Activity Timings: Between 09:00 AM to 04:00 PM

Flight Duration: 15-20 mins

Pickup Location: Dobhi paragliding counter

About Paragliding In Manali:

Experience the thrill of paragliding in the Himalayan skies as you oversee the mesmerizing bird’s eye view of Manali. Gliding in the midst of snow-capped peaks, open blue sky and the mystical views of the valleys around is an experience that will be one of its own kind. Experience this thrilling activity under the supervision of a professional instructor and make sure this becomes a memorable experience!

  • The whole experience takes around 1 hour from beginning to its completion. The gliding time is around 15-20 minutes.
  • Arrive at the Dobhi paragliding counter on Kullu Manali Highway. Get picked up & embark on an exciting jeep ride to reach the height of around 8000 ft. which is the take-off area.
  • Arrive at the take-off point and gear up for the flight after the briefing about the do’s & don’ts of the activity.
  • Take off from the highest gliding point in Manali & catch a striking view of the mighty Himalayan ranges all around.
  • You will be accompanied by a certified professional instructor that will ensure a safe flight.

How to reach?

  • The distance between Manali to Dobhi is 20-23 km by road. You can also find the distance from Manali to Dobhi using other travel options like bus, subway, tram, train and rail.
  • Drive down to your paragliding spot in Dobhi which is around 23 km from Manali on the Kullu road.
  • The package includes a transfer from the Dobhi paragliding counter on the National highway to the start point. To reach the pickup point on the national highway one can access public or a private mode of transportation.


  • An average person above the age of 14 and a minimum weight of 30 kgs can easily opt for this activity of paragliding in Manali.


Paragliding at Solang Valley:-

Paragliding in Solang Valley, Manali can make up for a nerve-racking adventurous experience. But what really is paragliding? Paragliding is a sport in which people fly parachutes that have been modified to improve their gliding skills. Unlike their close relatives, hang gliders, paragliders have no rigid framework; the parachute canopy serves as a wing and is made up of fabric cells with openings in the front that enable them to be inflated by air movement.

Solang valley Paragliding, just like the most popular form of paragliding sport in other cities and towns, follows a simple process that is both safe and exhilarating at the same time. The pilot is seated in a brace and controls the wing with lines attached to the paraglider’s trailing edge. These lines may be operated individually to turn the paraglider or simultaneously to influence pitch and speed. The take-off and landing are normally done on foot and take place on a hill or mountain. To take off, the pilot inflates the wing by pulling it up like a kite, then sprints down the runway. Paragliders use the same lifting air (thermals) as other gliding aircraft, but their slow speed prevents them from flying in strong winds.