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Para Sailing

Para Sailing

 

Parasailing is another form of aerie sport, which is acquiring great popularity among the adventure sport lovers in India. Para sailing has developed as a new experience in the field of adventure sports. We human always had the lust of flying like a bird in the vast blue sky, over the hills and valleys and with a gradual rise and fall. Except during the monsoons, parasailing is safe throughout the year.

This challenging sport is an enthralling experience for all thrill-seekers. Parasailing transform you into a human kite swinging hundreds of feet above the emerald green waters of the ocean.

Assuming yourself, 100 feet or more above the blue ocean, as the boat stops, you gradually flow downward and just when you are about to submerge in the water, Oops! The boat takes off and you go flying back into the air.

Parasailing assist, harnessing into a parachute and swinging in the sky, high above the boat and beach or jumping off a steep hill to fly in the wind, cherishing the splendid panorama of the whole environ.

There are 3 methods of parasailing currently being offered to consumers around the world. Winchboat Parasailing, Beach Parasailing and Platform Parasailing. However, Winchboat Parasailing is the most popular and widely accepted method.

Locations

Goa

Candolim Beach, Majorda Beach, Anjuna Beach and Baga Beach

Parasailing is a much sought after sport in Goa. People who love to soar high like a bird and have a bird's eye view of the coastline and the vast sea should try the parasailing sport. Para sailing is also known by the name of Para Ascending and is sure to set your pulses racing when you try it. Many tourists prefer trying the parasailing sport of Goa when they come on a vacation. It is a sure treat for an adventure seeker and at affordable rates, one can hardly resist it.

For parasailing, a speed boat and a parasail are the essential requirements. A sturdy rope of about 300 feet is attached to the parasail harness at one end and the other end is securely attached to the boat. As the boat gains speed, the person attached to the parasail is heaved up in the air. Since the person is securely attached to the sail, he has very or sometimes no control over the sail. From a height of around 300 feet, you can view the vast coastline of Goa, the lofty Western Ghats and the turquoise blue sea.

 

Rajasthan

Jaipur, Jodhpur, Jaisalmer and Pushkar

Parasailing, also known as parascending is a recreational activity where a person is towed behind a vehicle while attached to a specially designed parachute, known as a parasail.

A sport that is begging to be tried out in Rajasthan, with its open, sandy countryside, it is considerably complex to organize and expensive to operate. However, should your operator be able to put all the machinery in place, it could provide another facet of excitement to your visit to Rajasthan. Parasailing and ballooning are annual events held in Jaipur, Jodhpur, Jaisalmer and Pushkar and attract a large number of tourists and adventure seekers.

 

Himachal Pradesh

Kangra, Bijli Mahadev, Garhwal, Nainital and Kumaon

Kangra valley is the at the centre of gliding activities in Himachal Pradesh. Bir and Billing in Kangra are considered extremely happening place for enjoying Para sailing. Bijli Mahadev is an excellent site for hill launching and has ideal conditions for thermal soaring. Garhwal makes Para sailors' paradise, with the Great Himalayas in North and the plains of Terai region in the south. The unique topography makes Garhwal an excellent destination for both experienced and beginner Para gliders. Some ideal sailing sites include Naukutchiyatal in Nainital, Dayara Bugyal, Pratap Nagar, and Dhanolti Ridge in Garhwal and Bedni Bugyal in Kumaon.

 

Maharashtra

Matheran, Deolali, Mahabaleshwar, Singhgad, Kanifnath, Purandar and Panchgani

A parasail is developed to be towed at the back of jeep or boat. The traveler is connected to the Para-sail's contented harness, as the pre-flight checks are completed the take-off assistants signal the driver of the drag automobile, the traveler takes some steps -- and fly into the air. As it depends on the length of the drag rope, the parasail can carry the candidate to hundreds of miles into the sky.


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