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Paragliding is one of the few sports that can offer the freedom of the skies to soar like birds floating on thermals that take you places unimaginable on the ground, one of the major reasons for the sports popularity is the ease in which you can learn and the compact nature of the equipment.

  • Narint Lohathong
    One of the pioneer free flyers in Thailand.
    Tandem Paraglider and Paramotor pilot.
    Qualified in Australia as Hang Glider pilot
    and Japan as paragliding instructor.
    Now the honorary president of The Thailand Glider Club.
    Helps with the organisation of competitions and events in Thailand.

    Thai National and English speaker
    Tel: +66 38622030 Mob: +66 81-8152702
    email: This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it
    http://www.thaiparagliding.com .. traininghill albumn!

Tandem flight Brief before fly
Wind so strong Fly like a birds
So Happy Me to :)

 
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Paragliding News

  • Breathtaking

    Paragliding enthusiasts soak in the breathtaking scenery and serenity at daybreak over the waters off Narvacan, Ilocos Sur, which relaunched its outdoor adventure packages in support of the provincial government's efforts to further boost tourism and spur economioc growth.

  • Pilots fly where eagles dare

    The Manilla XC long distance paragliding competition has already seen pilots landing in Scone with even bigger distances forecast for later in the week. Flying high: Paragliders competing in the distance event at the Manilla XC this week have already flown as far as Scone.

  • Ruthin paraglider died after 'head injuries', inquest hears

    A Denbighshire man involved in a paragliding accident on his first full day in Nepal suffered head and leg injuries, a Ruthin inquest has heard. Michael Peter Blanchard, 67, was flying solo when he is believed to have lost control and crashed into a tree.