A parasail is a parachute that goes up! It is designed to be towed behind a boat or 4-wheel drive vehicle on a flat big ground. A parasail is flown on a wide long and motorable beaches or any vast open lands like dry lake bed, dry river beds etc. The passenger snaps into the parasail's comfortable harness, signals the driver of the tow vehicle, takes a few steps and soars into the air! Depending on the length of the tow rope, your parasail can carry you hundreds of feet into the sky. Parasailing is a sport for people from all walks of life. You don't need any prior training to fly in a parasail. The crew on the ground is controlling your parasail. Since there are no controls to be handled in flight, the flyer is free to enjoy his/her solo flight.


We conduct two days Parasailing Courses for the individual for those who wish to establish Parasailing Clubs anywhere in this country. At the end of the course we issue Certificate to the successful student.

A Complete kit of Parasail consisting of the following:

  • One Parasail Chute
  • One Harness
  • One Rope
  • One Yoke
  • A pair of Radios for two way communication
  • Carribiners
  • One open Gypsy/Jeep for towing the parasail.
  • A well qualified team of six members. Among these six, one should be a good driver of Gypsy/Jeep.
  • A flat ground double the seize of football ground, dry river beds, dry lakes, sea beaches with wide long and motorable are the best to do Parasailing.
  • No obstructions of cable and electrical lines over the ground.
  • Once you are qualified on the Parasailing operations and all the necessary items for running the club is in place then you can get your club registered with the local authority. (You may discuss this issue with our Chief Instructor).
  • Before establishing the Parasailing club, you may get the feasibility of the operational area done. You may request our Chief Instructor or Flying Coordinator to visit and inspect your flying site for its suitability of safe operation for a nominal fees.