|Start point:||Peace bridge left bank|
|Frequency:||Up to three times a day|
|Ticket Lenght:||1 time|
|Commentary:||English & Russian|
One of the most unusual excursions to Kazbegi!
A few quick facts:
Citysightseeing Tbilisi - offers you a walk on the steam planes to Kazbegi - you see the mountains from a bird's eye view. In the process of paragliding, you can enjoy a panoramic view of the Caucasian ridge of the Kazbegi mountain.
Tour price not include:
Preparation for the flight takes 5 minutes - the passenger is dressed and adjusted to the suspension system, wear a helmet. After that, the passenger is hooked up to the pilot with the paraglider, and they together to the tow line.
For take-off, it is enough to run a little at the start (about 5-10 meters) or even go a couple of steps - it all depends on the strength of the wind. The paraglider gently tears off the ground and rises upwards, while it pulls the cable from the winch. The average height of the rise is 300-450 meters. Then the pilot of the paraglider uncouples from the tow line and begins a free planning flight.
Controlled by a paraglider in flight, an experienced instructor who is behind, and a passenger in a comfortable suspension in front enjoys the flight. Hands of the passenger are not occupied and he can shoot on the camera or on a video camera the kinds opened below. However, it is better not to be distracted by this, but to enjoy the flight. Video or photography can be instructed by the instructor.
If the passenger wishes and the appropriate weather conditions, the pilot can perform a paraglider piloting exercise with overloads and a feeling of weightlessness - steep wangers, tight spirals, slides, during which the passenger gets an indelible impression - a real adrenaline!
Tickets can be ordered online at a discount and in our office (Kote Abkhazi 44, Meidan Square).
IMPORTANT! We recommend that in this tour wear warm clothes adapted to active rest in the mountain.
Prices for tours, valid for groups min. 4 persons
We wish you a pleasant stay in Georgia.
Thank you and enjoy your trip!