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Paragliding, a free-flying thrill sport, is gradually taking roots in cricket-crazy Pakistan which offers perfect environment and geography to enthusiasts to fly like birds.
Paragliding was introduced in Pakistan mainly by European climbers in the 1980s when they visited the South Asian country to scale some of the world’s highest mountains in country’s north.
However, it was in 1990 that a Pakistani mountaineer, Jabbar Bhatti, 50, demonstrated paragliding by flying in the northern city of Abbottabad for state television network.
Pakistan is home to five of the world’s peaks over 8,000 meters (2,6246 feet) and lies on the convergence of the Himalayas, Hindu Kush, Karakoram, and Pamir ranges and plenty of ideal locations for paragliding.
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Pakistan is an amazing country in south Asia and one of the most picturesque and beautiful countries of the world. Pakistan is home of rich history of World’s earliest civilization- the Indus valley civilization. Different beautiful monuments and colonial system are a living proof of its rich and diverse past and are a treat for every visitor. The busy cities of Lahore, Karachi, and Peshawar, are full of fascinating sights, bustling old city bazaars and delectable eateries and are a delight for every tourist. There are variety of contrast to the rich history presented by old cities and modern cities like Islamabad, capital city of Pakistan.
In relation to paragliding, Pakistan blessed with such kind of adventure sports with excellent opportunities for free flying. One can get furnish his/her skill starting from low altitude mountains likely salt range, margala hills to Karakoram, Himalayan, Hindukush and Pamir mountain ranges where mountain peaks such as the K2 and Nanga Parbat reach the heights of 8,611 and 8,126 meters.
Nowadays, many people from around the world visiting pakistan to this kind of sport, especially to Hunza Valley, Naltar, Skardu, Naran & Kaghan, Swat & Chitral.
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