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The latest experience offered by the English Untold Story Travel, specialized in private trips -and very, very exclusive-, is unique: the opportunity to fly over the Himalayas in a glider, contemplating the peaks of more than 8,000 meters of the mountain range, and to do so for the first time becoming part of the Guinness Book of Records. It would be an absolute world record, because that epic itinerary has never been traveled. The price of that single available place is one million euros. They just got government approval to fly, and have gliding master Klaus Ohlmann as the adventure's chief pilot. His credentials are impressive: an expert in the art of "riding waves" in the air, he was the first person to fly over Mount Everest in a glider and holds more than 60 world records in this modality, including the world record for gliders. FAI with the longest uninterrupted flight distance. And its world record for speed reached by a 3008.8-kilometer paraglider has remained intact for almost two decades. Ohlmann, who specializes in long-distance, high-altitude gliding, runs his own mountain flying school, Qvo Vadis, in the south of France. He will be joined by a second glider cameraman who will record the entire trip. The flight will take place between Dhaulagiri and Kanchenjua, and will last between six and ten hours, with an ascent of 32,000 feet and impressive views over the Roof of the World. The experience includes an authentic immersive trip through Nepal during the four weeks before the flight, in which the "pilot" will spend a period of training before the experience in a base camp in Pokhara, and will undergo the necessary physical controls, together with drills and test flights. Immersion Nepal Although the flight experience is for a single passenger, there is no limit to the number of companions in the adventure of exploring the wonders of Nepal, although the final price depends on the number. During the four weeks, the pilot and his companions will stay in the best hotels in the country, such as The Pavilions Himalayas, in Pokhara, or The Dwarika's, in Kathmandu. Among the experiences planned by untold history is an expedition to track down the elusive royal Bengal tiger; a rickshaw ride to the bustling bazaars of Kathmandu; a trip to Patan, the city of golden roofs, whose square, Durbar, is a World Heritage Site; and a safari in Nepal's Chitwan National Park to spot Indian rhinos. They can also join and participate in a spirituality rite in one of the visits to the main historical sites of the country, including the Pashupatinath temple, one of the holiest Hindu shrines in the country, and visit the Boudhanath stupa, known as the center of Buddhism. Tibetan. And tour Kathmandu Durbar Square. And travel to Pokhara to see the World Peace Pagoda ... And whatever plan they want to introduce, because the trip can be customized according to personal preferences. The announcement is made, but Untold Story will not release the Jet Streamer experience, which is how they have christened this unique adventure, until November. The travel agency will donate a percentage of the trip reservation to the Nepalhilfe Beilngries charity, which supports local