ParaglidingSerbia by Sport union

ParaglidingSerbia by Sport union "ARES"

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Take to the skies and discover scenic Serbia with tandem paragliding flights in Zlatibor, with Paragliding Serbia.

Founded in 2013, Paragliding Serbia offers tandem flights from the popular tourist town of Zlatibor in Serbia. Rich in alpine landscapes close to the border with Herzegovina and Bosnia, tandem paragliding has become one of the most popular seasonal sports in an area renowned for its stunning scenery. Popular with hikers in summer and skiing in winter, this protected nature park is home to some of the area's highest peaks - and a growing ski scene at Tornik ski resort.

Mt. Zlatibor is a spacious wavy plateau intersected by rivers and mountain streams and overgrown by thick grass and conifer tree forest. Located close to the town of Uzice, the
Zlatibor massif has three highest peaks - Tornik (1.496m), Brijach (1.480m) and Chigota (1.422m).Zlatibor is an extraordinary beautiful mountain range with a pleasant alpine climate, spacious sloping valleys, rich pasture-grounds and mountain brooks. 

Offering two signature flights from Armi and Sekulica hill in the Prijepolje, tandem paragliding flights are a simple yet astonishing way of seeing the Serbian countryside from above. Home to endemic species of flora and fauna, gliding on seasonal thermals offers a bird's eye view of this booming tourist area - offering true adventure nomads a taste of authentic Serbia.

Join Paragliding Serbia for one of their two most popular flights in the Zlaitbor region for an aerial flight you'll never forget

Average rating on ParaglidingSerbia by Sport union "ARES"

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The instructor is a good guy. He told us what to do. He asked us if we could jump a bit earlier because the weather in the afternoon would be bad which was thoughtful of him.

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