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Everest Skydive

Everest Skydive will bring you to new heights in the Himalaya. Experience all that the Himalaya has to offer, deep in the heart of Sherpa country.




Booking

Booking for Everest Skydive adventure is easy. Just download and send the completed forms back to us. We will handle the rest.

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History

Skydiving in the extreme mountain environment of Everest Region is a big challenge in itself. From procuring special permits to arranging logistics and ensuring nothing. it needs a lot of hard work, determination.


Welcome to Everest Skydive

Jumping off a AS350 B3 chopper from the height of 23000ft, just below Everest; and landing at the Himalayan dreamlands Syangboche (12340ft) and Amadablam Basecamp (15000ft); is undeniably the most thrilling aerial adventure in the world. The adrenaline rush, the eye-feasting view of the picturesque Sherpa settlement, the back drop of world’s highest peak Mt. Everest, along with other equally petrifying sister peaks, and the whole alpine experience, what else can an adventure seeker dream in a lifetime.

Equipment & Safety

Everest Skydive requires specialized parachute equipment, all of which has been tested and approved for this amazing high altitude adventure. All your equipment will be supplied and be ready for you at the Drop Zone location.

The opening altitudes for your main parachute will be between 16,000ft and 18,000ft AMSL; the main landing area (DZ) is at 12,402ft AMSL. These altitudes demand large main parachutes of 300 – 400 sq ft and a reserve of similar size.

Our Team

Team Leader
Suman Pandey
At a time when most Nepalese hardly knew what skydiving is, Mr. Pandey went ahead and introduced this adventure in his mountainous country.

Media & Communication Director and Videographer
Paul Henry de Baere
Anextreme environment Cinematographer, Professional Skydiver, Professional Skier, HALO jumps Specialist.

Chief Technical Director
Tom Noonan
Tom Noonan is a USPA Tandem Instructor-Examiner, USPA AFF Instructor, USPA Safety & Training Advisor (S&TA) and USPA Instructor.

 
Chief Advisor & Camera Flyer
Wendy Smith
AGuinness Book record holder and award winning Skydiver, Wendy Smith is an AFF Instructor and Chief Safety Officer NZPIA for parachuting operations.

Videographer
Omar Alhegelan
A pioneer of “free flying”, Omar Alhegelan is a World Champion Skydiver & multiple BASE &Freefly world record holder, an artist, photographer, actor & stuntman.

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Frequently Asked Questions

What is Solo Skydiving?
Solo skydiving refers to the jumps done by independent skydivers who have experience & training in freefall.Skydivers with a B license do solo jumps. While making a solo jump, the skydivers exit the aircraft from a certain altitude & fly their bodies at approximately 120 MPH.     Read More

What is Tandem Skydiving?
Tandem skydiving refers to a type of skydiving where a novice skydiver (“student” or “passenger”) is connected via a harness to an experienced skydiver (“tandem master” or “tandem instructor”). The instructor controls the whole jump from exit through freefall, piloting the canopy and landing. Read More

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Everest Skydive

Suman Pandey
nepal@everestskydive.com

Address:
Everest Skydive Adventure
Amrit Marg, Bhagwan Bahal
Thamel, Kathmandu, NEPAL