SkyNomad News

January 2020

Despite that the winter in Bulgaria is no different than our "gypsy summer", Niki Yotov started his annual African expedition.

Niki was accompanied by the bulgarian national paragliding champion - Yasen Savov. They have a few trips planned for the next two months in Kenya and Ethiopia.

Niki and Yasen spent January in Kenya.

Unfortunately the season in Kenya this year prooved to be unusually wet with lots of rain and flooding which made the flying conditions in Kenya difficult for acheiving long distances.

December 2019

 As the end of 2019 was getting near and the weather outside was getting progressively unflyable Niki decided to reminese the best moments of the year in a nice slideshow of his adventures.

And as Niki was getting ready to embark on his annual adventure to Africa, Ivelin Kalushkov was setting new bulgarian gliding records in Australia yet again:

November 2019

November settled in but the winter was nowhere near!

As the warm weather continued we focused on using the conditions to the maximum.

Ivelin practiced some Skydiving drop-oofs with some good friends before setting to another adventure in Australia.

September 2019

September came, autumn startet knocking on the door, but the summer had no intention to leave! smiley

 

We started the month with our good from the "Condors"club from the UK.

The weather was really good and unusually dry for the season. This provided for exceptional weather for the 2 weeks the "Condors"were visiting us! We had only 1 unflyable day due to strong winds.

August 2019

Ahhh - August - the summer at it's prime the cloudbase at it's heighest and the conditions at their strongest!

We started August with a unique Multi-National group including pilots from South Africa, Finland, Australia, United Kingdom, Germany, Austria, France and New Caledonia

The beautiful weather allowed for lots of days with flights of more than 100 - 150 kms .

And it's true what they say - paragliding is the slowest, most expensive and most beautiful way to go from one place to another where you have absoluteley no buisness!