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Everest Skydive – visual journey

Everest Skydive 2010 – Visual Journey The Mount Everest Skydive pushes the boundaries higher and higher. This is a challenge taking skydiving into two harsh and extreme environments – high altitude & extreme cold. This adventure surpasses any experience in skydiving so far. Everest Skydive draws upon the knowledge and skills of an unusual group of skydivers & Everest mountaineers. Book your interest today jump@everest-skydive.com
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Pokhara Skydive – Images

A Chinese proverb goes, “A picture is worth a thousand words“. So  without further ado or without wasting any words, we share with you some thrilling moments captured by Wendy Smith at the recently held Pokhara Skydive. Photos Courtesy : Wendy Smith
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Nepalese Skydivers Jump Solo for the First Time in Pokhara

Everest Skydive in partnership with private domestic airline company Tara Air, have launched skydiving in Pokhara. Test flights were conducted successfully yesterday and today at Pokhara’s Chhine Danda. Skydivers flying on Tara Air’s Pilatus Porter aircraft leaped from 14,000 feet and landed at the site of the Pokhara International Airport ( under construction). First day’s (1st Nov 2010) action saw Everest Skydive’s main organizer and co-ordinator, Mr. Suman Pandey and Wendy Smith, plus officials from Ministry of Tourism & Civil Aviation taking the leap. On 2nd Nov,  three Nepalese skydivers, Phul Bahadur Tamang, Bibek Pandey & Dik Bahadur Khirsina jumped […]
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Everest Skydive 2010 (October) – Images

Drama in the High Skies – Shyangboche Drop Zone, Everest Region (Photos: Wendy Smith)
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Veteran skydivers share their Everest Skydive experience

On 20th October 2010, Explore Himalaya met up with veteran skydivers Roger Hoe from England and Peter Rotelle from Germany who had just arrived from Lukla after skydiving solo from 28,000 feet at Shyangboche drop zone. Roger Hoe, who turns 65 in a month’s time, holds the distinction for being the oldest skydiver to jump solo from 28,000 feet. When asked  how did their adventure go, and both of them unanimously said that it was an experience of a lifetime- beautiful and unforgettable. “My name is Roger Hoe. I come from Devon in England and I have been skydiving now […]
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