Situated in the Kangra Valley of Himachal Pradesh, Billing is the best paragliding destination in India. While Billing serves as the landing field, the Bir, set at an elevation of 2600m, is from where you fly off.
Moreover, Bir is known for its regular thermal and ridge lifts techniques. Situated 70 kms from the well-connected Mandi, this paragliding site is perfect for a visit during march till early June as the cool winds wait to take you high in sky.
Manali has always been a Paragliders’ paradise. The thrilling experience of paragliding is enhanced by the view of the Himalayan ranges at Manali, and the slopes of Solang valley are perfect for this adventure sport.
Flying high in the Kullu valley will give you an exalting view of Manali, and this grand sight is one of the main reasons why paragliders from around the world visit Manali for paragliding.
Sanasar , J & K
129 Kms.from Jammu and only 19 Kms. from patnitop is Sanasar(2079 m), a satellite resort of patnitop,
Sanasar with a cup-shaped meadow surrounded by gigantic conifers. A place for a quiet holiday, the meadow has now been developed as a golf course. There are several walks in the surrounding hills. The resort itself is ideal for paragliding, which is being promoted by the Tourism Department. Equipment can be hiFEB31E from the tourist office in Jammu city.
Kamshet (Original name “Karmakshetra” which means the land of your karma) is a small township located off the old Mumbai – Pune highway (NH-4). Eight months of reliable and predictable weather conditions make it the most sought after and most popular flying site in the country. Winter months ( October to February) offer dynamic thermic conditions and Summer months (February to May) allow for dynamic ridge soaring conditions.
Large landing areas and medium altitude hills and ridges make Kamshet ideal for learning paragliding and fun flying.
Pithoragarh has such a climatic conditions and topography that it is one of the best location for paragliding in Pithoragarh. Pithoragarh likes in Uttarakhand and shares international border with China on the north and Nepal on the east. It is also called as ‘Miniature Kashmir”. Pithoragarh is a pleasure tourism for mountaineers, adventure seekers, botanists, pilgrims, trekkers and paragliding.