Welcome to TORNA Adventures, New Delhi, India.       We offer Future Leaders - an adventure programme for kids, Camps @ Your Premises, Adventure @ Your Premises, Adventure Camps, Mountain Trekking, Adventure for Corporates and customized adventure activities.Our adventure activities include, Camping, Obstacle Crossing, Zorbing, Para Sailing, Para Gliding, Rappelling, Tyrolean Traverse, Rock Climbing, Hot Air Ballooning, Mountaineering, Trekking, White Water Rafting, Kayaking, Caving, Skiing and Bungee Jumping At TORNA India Adventures, every day is an adventure.      
Adventure Programs
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  Camping Holidays
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  Adventure @ Your Office
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  Nature Treks
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Adventure Activities
  Camping
  Obstacle Crossing
  Zorbing
  Para Sailing
  Para Gliding
  Rappelling
  Tyrolean Traverse
  Rock Climbing
  Hot Air Ballooning
  Mountaineering
  Trekking
  White Water Rafting
  Kayaking
  Caving
  Skiing
  Bungee Jumping
Para Gliding
 
What is Para Gliding?
 

Paragliding is a recreational and competitive flying sport.

 
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A paraglider is a free-flying, foot-launched aircraft. The paraglider is a motorless, inflatable wing, made of rip-stop nylon and fixed with Kevlar lines that secure a pilot's harness.

The pilot is loosely and comfortably buckled into a harness which offers support in both the standing and sitting positions. Modern harnesses are designed to be as comfortable as a lounge chair in the sitting position. Many harnesses even have an adjustable 'lumbar support'. The pilot sits in the harness and launches the vehicle by foot, running off inclines, hills or mountains. He or she steers the wing by weight shift and application of brakes that changes the shape of the rear edge of the wing.

 
 

A reserve parachute is also typically connected to a paragliding harness. The function of a paraglide is to soar on wind currents. The record for staying aloft is over 11 hours, and the distance record, 186 miles (300km). The average flight for the every day enthusiast is about 3 hours, with heights reaching 15,000 feet (4,500 meters).

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One of the advantages of paragliding is that the entire wing and harness fold up into a 30 lb (13.6 kg) backpack. This makes it easy for a paraglider to hitch-hike back from a flight, or to transport his wing by checking it in as baggage on a bus or even an airline.

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