National Adventure Foundation

NAF is a non commercial, socially oriented, philanthropic, non-governmental organization (NGO), committed to the promotion of adventure activities and sports among the youth of the country with special emphasis on the underprivileged sections of the society.

However, it does organize 'exposure to Adventure' for anyone of any age, gender or vocation, if he/ she is interested in it, as cost effectively as possible, based on 'subsidy to those who need it, through grants advanced by Govt. Depts. like the Ministry of Youth Affairs & Sports', while others pay as per services provided/ arranged.


Hot Air Ballooning

We always thought that balloons were for birthday parties, but we now can get into one of the hot air variety and fly away. Ballooning can be organized on demand at most parts of the more »


Para Sailing

Get swept off your feet and float in the air! Have a Jeep / Motor Boat pull you in the air for short exhilarating ride under a Para Sail. You'll soar up to 300 feet height and the sheer joy of soaring in sky like kite flying hundreds of feet above and not much need of training, has made parasailing immensely popular. All across the world, more of the brightly colored parasail can be seen behind motorboat or four-wheel. The flyer gets a grand view, and so do people for miles around. If you have never flown, the freedom of flight awaits more »


Para Gliding

All your life you wanted to be free as a bird to soar high up and watch the world get tinier and tinier. You can make this dream come true by Paragliding. Take off from a mountain top and land in the valley below on a Para Glider and enjoy exhilarating ride in air before floating back to mother more »


Para Motor

Paramotor is a generic name for the propulsive portion of a powered paraglider ("PPG"). It consists of a frame that combines the motor, propeller, harness (with integrated seat) and cage. It provides two attachment points for the risers of a paraglider wing that allows for powered flight.

1) Single Seater
2) Tendon Type read more »


Para Plane

A powered parachute (motorized parachute, PPC, paraplane) is a parachute with motor and wheels. The aircraft's airspeed is typically about 25�35 mph (40�60 km/h). PPCs operate safely at heights ranging from a few feet off the ground (while ground skimming, a popular use of the aircraft) to altitudes as high as 18,000+ feet (5.5 km). But typical operating heights are between 500 and 1500 feet (150�500 meters). Equipped with the standard 5 or 10 gallon fuel tank, PPCs can typically be flown for about three more »