Skydiving is the recreational and sports form of parachuting. Skydiving is popular among novice jumpers who want to feel the rush of the sport. Skydiving in Nepal has long been a thrilling aerial adventure sport where the high-altitude adrenaline rush mixes with breathtaking views of the countryside and urban areas. Although the thought of falling from the sky might initially sound terrifying, skydiving is a safe and enjoyable activity for adventurers of all ages. At first, skydiving may appear exciting or even frightening, but getting over your fear would be the biggest step toward successfully completing your first skydiving adventure. Most first-timers find that tandem skydiving is the best option once they've conquered their fear.
The expedition begins near Mount Everest at 23000 ft and ends at either Amadablam base camp (4600 m/15091 ft) or Syangboche Airport (3720 m/12204 ft), right above the Sherpa village of Namche Bazaar. Everest Base Camp is 255 kilometres from Kathmandu and 241 kilometres from Syangboche. This sport has been around since 2008. The Everest Skydive and Pokhara Skydive are both in operation.
Skydiving in Nepal includes a few days of hiking to get to the jump site and prepare. Previous experience and training will allow you to enjoy yourself more. Pokhara, the next adventure sports destination, is located 204 kilometres west of Kathmandu. Documentation is required for the jump processing. The trip requires a helicopter, an assistant, and other personnel to supply equipment in the area. The jump is offered by Pame Danda (11 km from Lakeside, Pokhara) west of Phewa Lake, with a helicopter taking off from 12000 feet and landing at 2713 feet. You can select between a tandem and a solo jump. Even for a personal video, November remains the most significant month.