Paragliding in Armenia – SKY CLUB is Armenia`s leading expert in tandem paragliding flights. Our team of highly qualified and professional pilots, together with our trusted partners for many further outdoor adventures, make sure to give you the experience of a lifetime.

Whether you are an independent traveler, a family or a company, we look forward to sharing with you our love for the outdoors and our passion for adventure.

        Tandem paragliding flights are a great way to enjoy the full paragliding aerial experience, without having first to learn how to launch and control the paraglider yourself. Your expert paraglider pilot will take care of the launch, flight and landing for you!

Fly tour begins with a prior reservation. Pilot-instructor, pre-checking weather conditions, suggests possible date, time and place of the flight.
The day begins with a meeting with the pilot in Yerevan in Hostel Glide at the address Kalents str. 16/1 in due time.

Further, a pilot with the participants of the tour and the passengers moves in a comfortable transport at the launch place (Aparan, Lake Sevan, Buzhakan, Mt. Atis, Dilijan). The launch place is situated at an altitude of 2000 to 2800m above sea level. The pilot and passengers dressed in the harness (front passenger, the pilot in the back) and get ready to start.

Other Tours That you can do with us

Lake Sevan-Dilijan with Haghartsin monastery-Parz lich (Clear lake)

Armenian Switzerland and "Pearl of Armenia" lake Sevan will give you unforgettable emotions and will make you feel closer to mother-nature.

Khor Virap-Noravank monastery complex-Areni winery-Tatev monastery with the longest cable in the world

Unforgettable tour with Armenian wine, ride on the longest reversible cable car in the world and great views on mountains

ZipLine Adventure Tour and Horseback Riding

Tour full of extreme, crazy emotions and all these combined with breathless nature and peacefulness.

Garni Pagan temple -Geghard monastery, National bread “Lavash” baking

Fantastic tour to become closer to Armenian history and culture before and after accepting Christianity.