Topic: Himachal Pradesh

Paragliding Resumes in Key Himachal Pradesh Destinations as Monsoon Season Ends

Bir Billing, Himachal Pradesh – September 16, 2022 After a two-month hiatus due to the relentless Monsoon rains, paragliding enthusiasts can finally spread their wings again in Himachal Pradesh’s iconic destinations: Bir Billing, Kullu Manali, Dharamsala, and Shimla. The temporary closure of adventure activities, including paragliding and river rafting, during the Monsoon season is a […]

Himachal Pradesh Paragliding Season Takes a Monsoon Break – Resumes in September 2023

Bir Billing, Himachal Pradesh – July 14, 2023 In a routine occurrence for adventure seekers in Himachal Pradesh, the paragliding season has officially closed its wings for the monsoon period. As is customary, most adventure activities, including paragliding and river rafting, are put on hold between July 15th and September 15th each year, in light […]

Paragliding closure in Bir Billing for Accuracy Pre World Cup – April 2023

Tandem Paragliding in Bir Billing will close for the Accuracy Paragliding Pre World Cup 2023 being organized in Bir Billing, from Wednesday, 5 April until Sunday, 9 April 2023. Customers who have a booking for tandem paragliding during this period are being offered a free reschedule or full refunds on their booking as per ParaBooking’s […]

Paragliding Reopens after Monsoons at all location in Himachal Pradesh – September 2022

Paragliding in Bir Billing, Kullu Manali, Dharamsala, Shimla reopened on the 16th September 2022 after a break of 2 months on the account of the Monsoon rains. The closure of most adventure activities, particularly paragliding and river rafting, during the two months of the Monsoons is routine. During the last week of September, we’re still slowly transitioning […]

Paragliding is closed for the season; See you again in September 2022

Paragliding in Himachal Pradesh is closed for the Season. Most adventure activities in the state including paragliding and river rafting are stopped between 15 July and 15 September every year owing to the Monsoons. Tandem paragliding activities in Himachal Pradesh are slated to resume from 15th September onwards. In fact, the month of October is […]

Paragliding Reopens in Bir, Kullu; Site XC record broken – April 2022

Tandem and Solo Paragliding reopened today at Bir Billing, Dobhi (Kullu Manali), and Dharamsala after a gap of more than a month. Paragliding activities in the region are expected to remain open throughout the summers. ParaBooking is now accepting advance bookings for all varieties of Tandem Paragliding services it offers in the region, including Classic Paragliding (Top […]

Paragliding in Bir, Kullu remains closed; Shimla Open – March 2022

Tandem paragliding operations in Bir Billing and Kullu Manali remain shut indefinitely. The move was enforced by the District administration in response to the recent surge in the cases of Paragliding accidents in the valley. All paragliding operators in Bir Billing and Kullu Manali region have been instructed to shut tandem paragliding operations. In compliance […]

Paragliding resumes in Bir Billing – February 2022 Update

Paragliding resumed in Bir Billing and Dharamsala today after a week-long closure owing to the International T20 Cricket Match happening in Dharamsala last week by the order of the Superintendent of Police, Kangra at Dharamsala. Tandem paragliding activities in the district Kangra are expected to remain operational through the month of March and April. Guests […]

Paragliding closed for T20 Cricket Match – February 2022

Paragliding in Bir Billing and Dharamsala is closed from the 22nd of February to the 27th of February by the order of the Superintendent of Police, Kangra at Dharamshala. The closure is on the account of the T20 International Cricket Match scheduled to be played at the HPCA Stadium Dharamsala on the 26th and 27th […]

Billing & Manali receives the first snowfall of the season – December 2021 Update

The Paragliding take-off site at Billing (2500m) received the first snowfall of the season today, while Bir landing site (1400m) has been receiving incessant rains for the past two days. A similar weather pattern was observed in Kullu and Manali, with Manali receiving fresh snow today and the temperatures dropping to a low of zero […]