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Paragliding

PARAGLIDING COURSES P1, P2, P3 is the recreational and competitive adventure sport of flying paraglider lightweight, free-flying, foot-launched glider aircraft with no rigid primary structure.The pilot sits in a harness or lies supine in a cocoon-like ‘speed bag’ suspended below a fabric wing.

Wing shape is maintained by the suspension lines, the pressure of air entering vents in the front of the wing, and the aerodynamic forces of the air flowing over the outside.Despite not using an engine, paraglider flights can last many hours and cover many hundreds of kilometres, though flights of one to two hours and covering some tens of kilometres are more the norm. By skillful exploitation of sources of lift, the pilot may gain height, often climbing to altitudes of a few thousand metres.

Paragliding in ordinary circumstances is not especially demanding in terms of strength. It sometimes needs a Pilot to walk with equipment to and from a launch site and this occasionally requires assistance from a friend or colleague. Age is more significant in people past their fifties. This especially relates to those with artificial joints. An unexpected or heavy landing can put enormous pressure on the bones which serve as anchors for hips and knee joints. Due to increasing loss of bone density in senior pilots, there is an increased risk that during a bad landing a bone may shatter and this considerably complicates moving to an appropriate treatment centre.

Currently surgeons often rate these prosthetic joints as being suitable only for smooth, steady, work loads. But even for those with ordinary knees and hips there is often a stiffness in walking and running which has a negative effect on launching. Pilots who recognise this minor debility usually avoid strong wind launches, which may demand the pilot to move briskly towards the wing during inflation.

There are pilots still flying while in their nineties but these are exceptional and they may very well depend on specific assistance. It is important that you consult your doctor if you have any doubts about your continued flying following any serious health event. It is especially important to carry, in your flight pack, an up to date list of details relating to medications and major health issues.

In 1966, Canadian Domina Jalbert was granted a patent for a multi-cell wing type aerial device—“a wing having a flexible canopy constituting an upper skin and with a plurality of longitudinally extending ribs forming in effect a wing corresponding to an airplane wing airfoil… More particularly the invention contemplates the provision of a wing of rectangular or other shape having a canopy or top skin and a lower spaced apart bottom skin”, a governable gliding parachute with multi-cells and controls for glide.

In 1954, Walter Neumark predicted (in an article in Flight magazine) a time when a glider pilot would be “able to launch himself by running over the edge of a cliff or down a slope … whether on a rock-climbing holiday in Skye or skiing in the Alps.”

In 1961, the French engineer Pierre Lemongine produced improved parachute designs that led to the Para-Commander (PC). The Para-Commander had cutouts at the rear and sides that enabled it to be towed into the air and steered, leading to parasailing/parascending.

Domina Jalbert invented the parafoil, which had sectioned cells in an aerofoil shape; an open leading edge and a closed trailing edge, inflated by passage through the air – the ram-air design. He filed US Patent 3131894 on January 10, 1963.

We offer you seasonal paragliding training and courses to all those who wish to learn and develop their career in this awesome adventure activity. Each year we certify and train several students from all over the world. With our years of flying experience and expertise in wind and related geo science, we provide unmatched training and certifications in paragliding.

 

1.COURSE (P1 &P2)

As the name says this is for beginners and casual pilots. This entry level course in paragliding will introduce you to basic flight physics, introduction to equipment and gears. Basic handling and emergency management will be taught.

  • ✓  Duration:5-7 Days.
  • ✓  Location:Landing Ground/Billing.
  • ✓  Basic Flight Physics.
  • ✓  Ground Practice assisted flight Practice.
  • ✓  Radio Assisted 3 To 6 Solo Flights.
  • ✓  Introduction To Flight Techniques.
  • ✓  Emergency landing techniques.
  • ✓  Introduction To Gears And Equipment.
  • ✓  Theoretical Lessons

2.COURSE (P3)

Graduates from the basic course will move on to intermediate course. This will be a more of a practical session. Assisted flights in various weather conditions will be done.

  • ✓  Duration:5-7 Days.
  • ✓  Location:Billing Only.
  • ✓  Descending Techniques.
  • ✓  TakeOff Landing without Radio assistance.
  • ✓  7 to 14 solo flights.
  • ✓  Air Traffic Laws.
  • ✓  Ground and assisted flight Practice.
  • ✓  Advanceweathertheory.
  • ✓  Emergency landing techniques.

3.Advance Course:

Advanced paragliding courses are recommended only for people with fair knowledge of flight physics and techniques. Advanced courses are monitored and managed by some of our best pilots/instructors. This is suitable only if you are highly familiar and comfortable with all aspects of the flight science.

  • ✓  Duration:10 Days.
  • ✓  Location:Billing
  • ✓  Advanced Flight Techniques.
  • ✓  Solo Flights.
  • ✓  Windanalysisandflight.
  • ✓  Advanced Emergency landing techniques.
  • ✓  Thermalling Soaring.
  • ✓  Cross Country Flying.
  • ✓  Reverse Launch

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Difficulty Level

Very High

Maximum Altitude (MTS)

6000

Trip Days

12
P1+P2 Course
7 Days
₹ 21,000.00
Available: 6
P3
7 Days
₹ 26,000.00
Available: 6
P1+P2+P3
14 Days
₹ 42,000.00
Available: 6
Advance Course
10 Days
₹ 42,000.00
Available: 6

Does

1.Research your destination: Learn about the culture, customs, and laws of your destination to avoid any unintentional faux pas. 2.Pack smartly: Pack only what you need and avoid overpacking. Consider the climate and culture of your destination when choosing clothes and accessories. 3.Keep important documents safe: Keep your passport, visa, and other important documents in a secure place, such as a hotel safe. 4.Stay hydrated: Drink plenty of water and keep yourself hydrated, especially in hot and humid climates. 5.Respect local customs and traditions: Be respectful of local customs and traditions, and avoid any behavior that may be offensive or disrespectful. 6.Be open-minded and flexible: Embrace new experiences and be open to trying new things. Be flexible with your plans and willing to adapt to changes. 7.Learn some local phrases: Learning a few basic phrases in the local language can go a long way in communicating with locals and showing respect. 8.Try local cuisine: Trying local cuisine can be a great way to experience the culture and flavors of your destination. 9.Stick to a schedule: Stick to a schedule to ensure that everyone has enough rest and downtime throughout the trip. 10.Respect nature: Respect nature and leave no trace of your presence behind.

Don't

1.Don't ignore safety warnings: Pay attention to safety warnings and avoid areas that are known to be dangerous. 2.Don't carry too much cash: Avoid carrying large amounts of cash, and consider using a travel card or credit card instead. 3.Don't be overly trusting: Be cautious of strangers and avoid giving out personal information or accepting offers from people you don't know. 4.Don't be disrespectful: Avoid disrespectful behavior such as littering, defacing public property, or ignoring local customs and traditions. 5.Don't rely solely on technology: Don't rely solely on technology for navigation or communication. Carry a physical map and a backup charger for your phone. 6.Don't overindulge: Avoid excessive alcohol or drug use, which can impair your judgment and put you at risk. 7.Don't be afraid to ask for help: If you're lost or need assistance, don't be afraid to ask for help from locals or authorities. 8.Don't overschedule: Avoid packing too many activities into your itinerary, which can leave everyone feeling exhausted and stressed. 9.Don't forget to take breaks: Make sure to schedule breaks throughout the day to allow everyone to rest and recharge. 10.Don't leave trash behind: Carry your trash with you and dispose of it properly when you reach a designated trash bin.

Inclusion Notes:

instructor paragliding training

Exclusions:

stay food insurance

Notes:

Notes:
Please keep in mind that the itinerary can be altered based on your preferences and travel plans. 5 % GST on Total Bill Extra. 5% Service Charges will be added to Final Bill. Have fun! Remember that the purpose of an adventure tour is to have fun and create memorable experiences. Enjoy yourself, be present in the moment, and make the most of your trip

Rules & Regulations

Strict To Follows
1. We strictly follow "Do Not Litter" policy. If possible we will pick up already existing garbage from the nature. 2. All necessities will be taken care by the organizer. We expect you to be flexible enough during the event. 3. Go Buddy Adventures not responsible for any accidents or injuries, loss or damage to your personal belongings or any other uncertainties during the event. 4. The participants agree to take full responsibilities and sign a letter of undertaking before the start of the event.

Cancelation Policy

Cancelation Policy
All the bookings Confirmation after 50% Advance Payment. Once the booking is Confirmed, Vouchers will be issued with suggested Trip Detail & hotel reservation, which may change with prior notice to the client. Once you receive the Hotel confirmation from our staff, the client can reconfirm with the hotel for their reservation. We would Require 100% payment Before Travelling . For Cash Deposit In Current Account Pan Card Required If cancelled from 00 to 10 days before the check-in date 100% booking amount will be charged. If cancelled from 11 to 20 days before the check-in date 70% booking amount will be charged. If cancelled from 21 to 30 days before the check-in date 30% booking amount will be charged. No refunds for unused nights or early check-outs or Any Kind Of Services. All refunds are processed by the method of payment used in the initial transaction, except in the case of cash payments where the refund is processed through Cheque or online transfer. Mid-tour Cancellation – Yes you can cancel but the amount would be nonrefundable.

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