General Questions

  • What is tandem paragliding? Tandem paragliding means you’ll fly with an experienced, certified instructor in a harness designed for two. Your instructor takes care of the launch, flight, and landing, allowing you to relax and enjoy the stunning views.
  • Do I need any experience? Absolutely not! Tandem paragliding is designed for everyone, regardless of experience level. Your instructor will guide you through everything you need to know.
  • Are there weight restrictions? Yes 260lbs is the weight limit. If you have any concerns, please contact us directly.
  • What should I wear? Comfortable clothing suitable for the weather is best. We recommend sturdy shoes like sneakers or hiking boots and layers to adjust to the temperature in the air.
  • Can I bring my camera? While you’re welcome to bring a camera, please make sure it has a way to secure it to your person or the harness. We can’t be responsible for lost or damaged items.

The Flight Experience

  • How long does the flight last? Flight times vary depending on weather conditions, but they typically range from 20 to 30 min.
  • How high will we go? This also depends on the conditions of the day, but we can reach altitudes offering spectacular views of the area.
  • Will I get motion sickness? Paragliding is a smooth, gentle form of flight. Motion sickness is rare, but please let your instructor know if you have concerns.
  • What’s the takeoff and landing like? Takeoff involves a short run with your instructor as the wing inflates. Landings are generally just as easy, often requiring just a few steps.


  • Is paragliding safe? Tandem paragliding with a certified instructor and reputable company is very safe. We use modern, well-maintained equipment and prioritize safety protocols.
  • What about weather conditions? Paragliding is weather-dependent. If conditions are deemed unsafe, your flight will be rescheduled for your convenience.
  • What kind of training do your instructors have? Our instructors are highly experienced and certified by USHPA.

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