Motor paragliding over Stara Planina Mountains

Do you envy the birds for the astonishing views they see every day from above? Now you also have the chance to enjoy those views for a while above the Stara Planina Mountains. Bulgaria is a magnificent country and you can discover that with your eyes.

Advanced booking required

Starting point: in your hotel in Sofia – your guide will wait for you at the reception with „TOUR 4 FUN” sign.

Maximum capacity of the groups: 4 tourists

Prices per tourist  for a 15 minute paraglider flight
Price for 1 tourist - 92 euro
Price for 2 tourists - 73 euro
Price for 3 tourists - 67 euro
Price for 4 tourists - 63 euro

Prices per tourist  for a 30 minute paraglider flight
Price for 1 tourist - 116 euro
Price for 2 tourists - 97 euro
Price for 3 tourists - 91 euro
Price for 4 tourists - 87 euro

For larger groups, Tour 4 fun can offer rates on request. Please send us an email at

*Tourists must be wearing clothes and shoes appropriate for the season and suitable for mountain terrain.

Price includes:
- Pick up from your hotel in Sofia and transfer by car or minibus to the Stara Planina mountains and back;
- 15 to 30 minute long paragliding flight (*depending on the weather forecast);
- Paragliding leader;
- Paragliding safety helmets (will be provided at the take off location.)

Flying over Stara Planina Mountains

Flying over Stara Planina Mountains

Read more about the most notable locations you will fly over:

Stara Planina Mountains
Stara Planina Mountains is the most remarkable mountainous range in Bulgaria. Its previous name is Balkan, which is taken as a name of the whole peninsula. The range is 530 km long and occupies an area of 25 500 m². It is the longest range in Bulgaria. It divides the country into Northern and Southern Bulgaria. The range has two diverse sections. The northern part is lower and is called the Fore - Balkan, while the southern part is higher and is called the Main Stara Planina Range. The crest of the Main Stara Planina Range is the watershed between the Black Sea and the Aegean Sea. From the west to the east the Balkan Range is divided into the Western, Central and Eastern part. The western part is rather wide with a length of 45 km and Midzhur (2 168 m) as its highest peak. The central part is narrow with a length of 15 km and the highest peak of Botev (2 376 m). The Botev Peak is the highest peak of the whole Balkan Range. The eastern part is gradually widening and divides into a Northern and Eastern sub - divisions all heading to the east. The height of cape Emine is only 60 m. The highest peak of the eastern part is peak Bulgarka (1 181 m).

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