If you are a paragliding trap enthusiast then this could be a great trap for you. Kumrat Tourism Pvt Ltd always provides its customers with tour as well as other support services. Thus, Kumrat Tourism Pvt limited has started paragliding trip services for its tourists in Chitral Valley Khyber Pakhtunkhwa of Pakistan.
Paragliding Trip Details:
You can enjoy this paragliding trip in Upper Chitral Valley Zeni Pass To Booni City .
This free-flying trap will take off from Zeni Pass and land at Upper Chitral Booni Sports Ground.
This trip will last about 60 to 70 minutes . In this trip you will be accompanied by a paragliding expert and a licensed pilot. With which you can see the beautiful scenery of Qaqlisht Meadows and the city of Booni Upper Chitral from the height of the parachute.
transport fare is not included in this trip. If you do not have your own transport, the jeep fare from Bonny city to the flight location may add up to 6000 thousand 7000
Note: All legal terms and conditions apply to this paragliding trip.
All policies must be signed with the company prior to customs clearance.
Paragliding is the recreational and competitive adventure sport of flying paragliders: 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 ‘pod’ 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.
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/parascendin
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.g..”.ry
Qaqlasht Meadows is a picturesque area located in Booni, Pakistan. It is known for its beautiful alpine meadows, surrounded by towering peaks and dense forests. The area is a popular destination for hikers, trekkers and nature enthusiasts.
Qaqlasht Meadows is located at an altitude of around 3,000 meters above sea level and is the starting point for several trekking routes in the surrounding mountains. The meadows are covered in wildflowers during the spring and summer months, making it a popular spot for photography and nature walks. The area is also home to a variety of wildlife, including ibex, snow leopards, and marmots.
The trek to Qaqlasht Meadows is considered moderate to challenging, with steep inclines and uneven terrain.
The trek to Qaqlasht Meadows starts from Booni, a small town in the Chitral District of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province of Pakistan. Booni is known for its rich culture and history, with several historic forts and monuments in the area.
While the trek to Qaqlasht Meadows is a challenging one, the breathtaking views and the rich cultural experiences make it worth the effort. The trek is a great way to explore the natural beauty of Pakistan, as well as to learn about the local culture and traditions.
Overall, Qaqlasht Meadows is a must-visit destination for anyone who loves nature and adventure. With its beautiful alpine meadows, towering peaks, and diverse wildlife, it offers a unique and memorable experience. With a little bit of preparation and some local knowledge, you can explore this stunning area and make your trip to Pakistan an unforgettable one.
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