My first taste of free flight came in the form of Bunny Hops. A series of low short duration flights. launching forward my feet left the ground for the first time and i couldn’t believe how easy and exhilarating it was to fly all on my own.
Now on a holiday in India with friends from NZ Sinchan organised for all of them to sign up for an Elementary Pilot Course. His close friends from Mumbai joined in too. NZ friends Miky, Arjun and Sean loved the paragliding course and had a lot of good things to say about it. As did Sonal Sharma, Manan Vora and Avik Das.
An absolute pleasure and blessing to spend a unforgettable week with family and friends. A very unique place in a beautiful corner of India.
Sunsets, Paragliding with Nirvana Adventures, music, yoga, lake swimming, delicious food, comfortable accommodation and relaxed evening gatherings. Thank you all. I am so grateful I had this wonderful week with you al
The allure of the skies and the happy atmosphere at Native Place, swims in the lake, afternoon naps in the hammock, yoga in the evenings, fun get togethers, bbq’s and shooting star spotting has kept their friendship and their love for this getaway alive and evergreen.
In summer students, and pilots spend their time enjoying cool spaces in the native place guesthouse and making most of the summer fruit and other action in the garden
81 year old Mr Sanghvi had always wanted to fly like a bird. National Geographic and Nirvana Adventures joined hands to help him fulfill his dream of free flight. Another new season is about to unfold people. Get your wings & your boots out of the closet and step into the sunshine.
Saturday we can call the official opening of the flying at Tower Hill for the season. Flyable from 8.30 in the morning up to sunset. Tower dished out her usual magic and through the day there were varying conditions to suit any pilot choice. Pilots flew all day long, top landing for refreshments or a break and taking to the air once more. Me thinks the Swedes did the trick and brought good weather with them. A truly glorious flying day it was that left me humming the words ‘ what a feeling’ .