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2 Best Paragliding Things To Do In Kerala In January

 
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  • 01Tandem Paragliding, Vagamon, Kerala

    Tandem Paragliding, Vagamon, Kerala
    • h25 Minutes
    • lKottayam
    • NNNNN10 reviews
    • Vinil V
      Supplier
      Vinil V
    • 6% Off3,750
      3,500
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    About the Activity:

    A recreational adventure sport, paragliding takes you closest to flying without wings. In the beautiful hill station of Vagamon, Kerala you’ve an opportunity to take off and land into the welcoming arms of nature. Nature here is defined as sparkling rivulets, waterfalls and dense pine forests.

    For this activity, rides are available from 11am to 4:30pm. Savor the joy of flying on this tandem paragliding experience of around 30 minutes. 

    Accompanied by trained instructors maneuvering you through this hillside destination, feel crisp mountain air caress gently. Over half hour, enjoy the tour and get a bird’s eye view of picturesque Vagamon. 


  • 02Paragliding Training - Vagamon, Kerala

    Paragliding Training - Vagamon, Kerala
    • d4 Daysn3 Nights
    • lVagamon
    • NNNNN2 reviews
    • Vinil V
      Supplier
      Vinil V
    • 7% Off19,500
      18,000
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    Your training ground for a rapid course in paragliding with ASSTA (Adventure Sports and Sustainable Tourism Academy) is Vagamon, a verdant spot in green Kerala. Surrounded by grassy hill lands, crisp clear mountain air, the classroom for this course is situated at the Kolahalamedu Hills (4km). Over 4 days, you’ll be taking off from the second largest peak in South India, Amruthamedu. Your obstacles: a 10km long ridge with 3,000 ft from top to bottom. Under strict supervision of well-experienced instructors, at the end of course you would be able to fly independently.

    Similar to any skill-based training program, you’ll be attending theory and practical sessions on all days from 9am – 1pm and 2pm – 5:30pm, with regular breaks. This course features, active ground training including site assessment, introduction to equipment, and safety measures. Another module on ground handling will expose learners on understanding wind direction, paragliding prep checks, takeoff and landing sequence and techniques, maneuvering, and direction control.

    Also learn getting airborne, flight lessons, and theory classes on Meteorology, Principles of Flight, and Rules of Air.

    THE TRAINING

    Basic course structure:

        Ground Training
        1 Introductory talk - School instructor - risk warning health/medical conditions clothing/footwear.
        2 Site assessment
        3 Introduction to equipment
        4 Avoiding/minimizing injury

        Ground Handling
        5 Briefing - Checks - wind direction flare/stall
        6 Preparation - Checks - paragliding canopy harness helmet
        7 Inflation - Take-off - landing sequence practiced
        8 Directional control - initiating turns

        First Hops
        9 Getting airborne - take-off with good control of airspeed, canopy and landing

        Flight exercises
        10 Eventualities briefing - to deal with the unexpected
        11 Commands and communications briefing
        12 Responsibilities briefing - student becomes the pilot-in-command
        13 Flights (3) straight flights maintaining course and airspeed
        14 Flights (2) introducing turns

        Theory lessons
        15 Meteorology
        16 Principles of flight
        17 Rules of the air

    Duration: 4 days