Nepal's Parahawking Project allows you to soar with the birds
Want to take flight with birds at your side?
The Parahawking Project in Nepal allows you to do just that.
Egyptian vultures are trained to fly with paragliders and guide them to rising currents of warm air, according to the company's website. These currents help paragliders stay in the air for longer periods of time.
The birds of prey are rewarded for their efforts with pieces of meat during the flight.
The activity costs €125 (S$214) - about double the price of a standard tandem paragliding session, reported CNN.
Sources: The Parahawking Project, CNN