What is paragliding?

Simply put, paragliding is a non-motorized, foot-launched form of free-flying with an inflatable lightweight wing. After the wing is inflated, the pilot takes a few steps down a slope and is lifted up in the air. The pilot then sits in a harness that is suspended from the wing by many lines. Anyone can experience paragliding by doing a tandem flight with our experienced and qualified instructor. The instructor pilot will fly with one passenger using a bigger tandem wing designed to carry two people with the passenger strapped in a separate harness in front of the pilot.

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