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Adventure Activities in Nepal

Nepal is one of the major destinations for numerous adventurous lovers who desire adventure trek. The adventure trekking includes the exploration and travel to the remote and exotic places enjoying each and every moments. Such actions will make us pick you up from every type of tensions and make us relaxed.  The fame of the adventure tourism in Nepal is gaining status day by day with the summation of numerous activities. Mostly the trekkers used to do adventure trekking but with . Himalayan snow treks and expedition trekking can be done with cultural parts too. While doing the adventure trekking, we have to take some risk for sure, but the risk level of Nepalese adventure trekking is extremely striking with love.

Adventure activities like paragliding, mountain biking, bungee jumping, mountain flight, rock climbing, ultra flight, white river rafting, zip flying and other are famous among all of them in Nepal. Such activities will be exciting and risky parallel. For the Actual adventure, one should possess sound physique for the rough to general types of adventure activities in Nepal. The trekkers along with guides should be careful about all the possible risks, and should be well equipped for the accident, And feel free with our guides, they are well informed about the happenings and so, eligible to help you or rescue even after the accidents. Feel safe with Himalayan snow treks and Expedition  Pvt. Ltd  for all kinds of adventure activities in Nepal.

  1. Travel and Tour

Travel and Tour is the foremost activities in Nepalese Tourism that have been well managed by our members. Our member provides services like domestic and international ticketing (Air/Land) for safe and pleasant travel. Our experienced tour operator operates inbound and outbound tours. They offer tailored made packages for Nepal Visit/Tour. Besides travel and tour, we have lots of activities; shown in the menus.

 

  1. TREKKING & Expeditions

Nepal offers excellent trekking options to visitors from the easy walking excursions to the strenuous climb of the snowy peaks. The most rewarding way to experience Nepal’s natural embellishment and cultural assortment is to walk through the length, breadth and the altitudes of the country. Trekking in Nepal is a big part of the ultimate Himalayan adventure and a majority of tourists have trekking as a part of their itinerary.

One can also trek on ponies in some remote places, which is equally enthralling for visitors. Pony treks follow nearly the same routes and are offered mostly in western region of Pokhara, Dolpo and Lo Manthang (Mustang).

 

  1. BUNGY JUMPING

Just imagination of jumping down from a bridge 160 meters above a tropical gorge with the Bhote Kosi, one of Nepal’s wildest rivers raging below is enough to make your heartbeat run faster. And, it is the thrill of bungy jumping as it there is no fun for real adventure lover if challenge is not so hard and difficult. It is located within a reach of 4 hours outside Kathmandu and just 19 km away from the Tibet Border.

The Bungy Bridge happens to be the only privately owned bridge in Nepal. It has been specially designed for bungy jumping with a 4x-safety factor and has a loading factor of 41,500 kg or 4.5 tons according to Swiss measurements.

 

  1. ROCK CLIMBING

Nepal offers very attractive Rock Climbing experience, Without Rock Climbing   your visit to Nepal   just not completed. If you don’t have much time to take a Himalayan peak during the visit, you can try for Rock Climbing in spot like  Nagarjun hills and Shivapuri hills. Inside The Shreeban Rock Climbing Nature camp could provide you the strange enjoy of Rock Climbing outside Kathmandu, in the Hill of Siddha Lake – Dhading Nalang. You can find other more cliffs outside valley who gives real enjoy of adventure.

 

  1. JUNGLE SAFARI

National parks located specially in the Terai region in Nepal attract visitors from all over the world. A visit to these parks involves game-stalking by a variety of means – foods, dugout canoe, jeep, and elephant back. One is bound to sight a one-horned rhino to two to every elephant safari. Beside the rhinos, wild boars, samburs, spotted deer, sloth bear; four-horned antelope are also usually seen. In fact, jungle safari walk gives close-up opportunities to view animals as well as observe their tracks, signs, and sound.

 

  1. SIGHTSEEING

The ancient history of Katmandu begins from Manjushree (The Buddhist Saint). Before Manju shree came to Kathmadnu it was a lake, he cut southern side of the lake and drained out the water and made it in habitable. Many dynastic came and went. Trade and arts flourished. There are seven heritage sites in the valley. Kathmandu has an exotic setting. It is surrounded by tier of green mountains wall above which tower mighty snow -capped peaks in winter. It consists of three main towns of great historic, artistic and cultural interest: Kathmandu, Patan and Bhadgaun. The Valley covers an area of 596sq. miles. It is situated at 1330m.above the sea-level.

 

  1. HELICOPTER TOUR

In Nepal, going to remote corners of the Himalaya is not a problem for visitors. In fact, it is a pleasurable and exciting activity. How? By helicopter!. Since the whirlybird needs only a small landing space, it can be hired to take tourists to whichever destination and at whatever time they want to go. No wonder chartering a helicopter for sight-seeing has become a popular tourist activity in Nepal.

There are two types of helicopters currently operating in the private sector. The most frequently seen is the powerful Russian made MI-17. This is a big bird, capable of transporting 22 passengers or four tons of cargo. MI-17’s can reach altitudes well in excess of 5.000 m and have been known to land at Everest Base Camp. They offer excellent utility and reliability under extreme conditions.

 

  1. HOT AIR BALLOONING

One will get an exciting experience by looking down the earth from the sky. Spending an hour on a balloon in the sky and having an aerial view of the cities of Kathmandu Valley, Himalayan range and green hills around the Valley will be memorable forever. The majestic snowcapped peaks, rugged terrains and trails to Mt. Sagarmatha will tempt you to have the experience once again.

 

  1. PARAGALADING

Gliding is a weather dependent sport and the flying season in Nepal commences from November through February, the best months being November and December. By virtue of its latitude and monsoonal climate, the tree line in Nepal is at an incredible 3,900 m above sea level. With conditions milder than summer alpine, these are excellent and constant atmospherics.

 

  1. CABLE CAR

You don’t have to be in Switzerland to ride on cable cars. Unlike in the West, the cable car in Nepal takes you up to the abode of Manakamana, the Wish-Fulfilling Goddess, on what you could call a spiritual ride. Legend has it that Manakamana fulfills all wishes. This belief is so ingrained in the collective consciousness of the Nepalis that many make a trip to Manakamana every year without fail. Stories abound of people’s wishes coming true: lost sons returning home, lovers finding romance against all odds, people finding success in their business ventures, students excelling in their exams, separated husband and wife getting back together, and on and on. Even if you have no wishes to make (assuming that you have got it all, which means you have no need of Manakamana’s blessings) or even if you are an atheist or agnostic, this place offers you a unique look into Nepali people’s faith in Goddess Manakamana. Also you could look at the river valleys and the Himalayas from here. Or just explore the hamlets downhill.

 

  1. ULTRALIGHT AIRCRAFT

Ultra light aircraft is being operated from Pokhara. It has a unique blend of both mountain and plateau area. While flying over the Pokhara valley, you will not miss the scenic beauty of both the Himalayas and the most famous lake of Nepal, phewa Tal. The flight will be a journey through nature. This is truly a unique experience

 

  1. MOUNTAIN FLIGHT

Mountain flight is a much easier way to see the Nepali Himalayan peaks. Most flights are in mornings and operate at all times except in the monsoon seasons of June and July. Air planes fly along the Himalayan range and also beyond for passengers to get a good view of the Himalayan range. All the domestic airlines of Nepal offer various forms of mountain flights.

The flight takes you within camera range of some of the highest peaks in the world, and cruising this close to the awe-inspiring massifs of rock and ice is an out-of-this world experience.

A few domestic airlines offer mountain flight from Kathmandu to see Mt. Everest. This unique experience gives visitors a quick glance at Nepal’s untamed landscapes and a fly-past through the world’s tallest peak.

 

  1. RAFTING

Nepal has earned the reputation of one of the best destinations for white water rafting. Cruising down rushing rivers of crashing waves and swirling rapids can make up excitement of a lifetime. Rafting trips for some is the highlight of their stay in Nepal. The waters in Nepal offer something for everybody: Grade 5-5+ rivers with raging white water rapids for the adventurous, to Grade 2-3 rivers with a few rapids for novices. Rafters also have a choice ranging from two to three-week trips to trips of two or three days.

The options include paddling, oaring and kayaking. Paddling requires all on boat to participate with instructions from river runner. Luxury safari-style trips with full team are available too. In an oar boat, the guide rows alone giving participants a chance to observe the surroundings. Kayaking is another way to travel downstream. A few companies offer inflatable kayaks, or fiberglass kayaks for hire while some arrange for kayaks on their own.

 

  1. BOATING

Nepal provides some fine opportunities for boating. These range from the glacier-fed lakes up North and down to where the laden rivers ease into the plains of the Terai. Pokhara’s Phewa Lake is the most popular destination for travelers wanting to indulge in recreational boating. It is the second largest lake in the kingdom and measures roughly 1.5 by 4 km. Its eastern shore, also known as Lakeside or Baidam, is the center of tourist activity in Pokhara.

 

  1. FISHING

Sport fishing, like hunting, is little advertised and therefore little known in Nepal. However, for the angling enthusiast, Nepal’s lakes and rivers can prove good fishing grounds. There are approximately 118 varieties of fresh-water fish in these Himalayan waters, ranging from the much sought after Mahseer to the mountain stream trout-like varieties. The best season to go sport fishing on white waters is before and after the monsoon from February till April and October and November. During these times the fishes go upstream to spawn and they consume less food. But locals catch a lot of fish during monsoon as well for their livelihood.

 

  1. KAYAKING

A water sport, kayaking is the best form of river adventure, especially in the blossoming rivers of Nepal. Kayaks are made from a special type of plastic and have floatation devices inserted to aid buoyancy. Kayakers move through the water with a double blade paddle, and are able to negotiate rapids and obstacles on the river.With its wide range of rivers and wealth of challenging rapids, Nepal is the perfect destination for Kayaking. Whether you are a total beginner or an experienced white water kayaker keen to tackle one of our more challenging rivers

 

  1. CANNYONING

Canyoning/Canyoneering is an adventure sport that involves traveling down creeks or streams within a canyon by a variety of means including hiking, scrambling, wading, boulder hopping, rock climbing, abseiling and rappelling using safe techniques.

Canyoning is comprehensive package for experiencing adventure that requires technical skills of stream navigation, rope and canyoning gears work and preparedness for risk minimization. Your safety depends on your judgment based on competent instruction, experience and a realistic assessment of abilities and understanding of current canyon conditions.

 

  1. BIRD WATCHING

Nepal is a paradise for birds’ lovers and ornithologists with over 848 species (8% of the world total) of birds. And among them almost 500 species are found in the Kathmandu valley alone. The most popular bird watching spots in Kathmandu are Phulchoki, Godavari, Nagarjun, Bagmati River, Taudaha and so on. Get your binocular and look forward to a rewarding experience. The best time for bird watching is March and December. “Tragopan in kanchanjunga area”.

 

  1. MOUNTAINEERING

With eight of the highest peaks in the world, Nepal has been the focus of some of the most outstanding achievements in the world of mountaineering. For many decades the dauntless icy peaks have posed as challenge to those who dare. There are some 326 peaks in Nepal open for mountaineering today. Government of Nepal opened around 175 peaks in the last two years to mark the Mount Everest Golden Jubilee Celebrations.

Climbing permit to scale the Nepal Himalayas is issued in all seasons by the Mountaineering Section of the Ministry of Culture, Tourism and Civil Aviation. Certain official documents are required to seek permission for climbing peaks. Around 121 peaks do not require liaison officer for expedition. Fees or ties depend upon the altitude of the peak starting at $1,000 for peaks below 6,501 meters and rising by US $ 500 for every 500 meters

 

20.MOUNTAIN BIKING

Nepal offers a challenging and pleasant scenic ride from the tropical plains of terai, mid-hills, mountainous terrain and its lush valleys to the arctic climate of the high alpine region. The only way to discover these hidden treasures and its warm ever-smiling people is on mountain bikes. Mountain biking is a great fun and a perfect way to discover Nepal’s great diverse landscape, of tremendous terrain, tracks and trails. Where mountain bike takes you away from the hustle bustle of the city-town life into serene country life, on a hidden trail rarely visited area of local villages, its traditional rural life style that has preserved for centuries.

It was in the mid-1980s that biking activity really took off in Kathmandu. Enthusiasts flew with their bikes from Hong Kong to Tibet to answer the call of the wild steppes. The two-week journey from there over the passes (17,000 ft) to Nepal is what sparked it all off. Even today Kathmandu is a mecca for mountain bicyclists, as it draws thousands of enthusiasts from all corners of the world.

 

  1. HONEY HUNTING

Honey Hunting, the collection of Honey from the nests of wild Bees built on steep cliffs is an age-old tradition. Local honey hunters show their exceptional skills by hanging themselves from cliffs as high as 300 meters using Bamboo ladders and hemp ropes, while harvesting the honeycombs. Everyone is thrilled to watch honey hunters at work.

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The infrastructure that travelers need is in place, but tourism is down by over 50%, which means fewer crowds on the popular trekking routes and discounts for hotels and airfares. More importantly, the money you spend when hiring a guide or porter, staying in a lodge or hotel, or eating in a restaurant will directly help local people. Given that 500,000 Nepalis work directly in tourism, the country needs travelers more than ever to rebuild its economy and bounce back stronger for the future.

  1. Is it safe to visit in Nepal now?

Yes, it is perfectly safe to visit and travel around Nepal now.

Airlines, international/domestic airport, highways/subways, communication, hotels, travel agencies and hospitals are running smoothly at most of the trekking regions in Nepal.

  1. Be part of Nepal’s rebuilding development

You can get a rare chance to be involved and be part of Nepal’s rebuilding development at this time. By visiting Nepal, you will not only be contributing in creating employment and the economy but also help in Nepal tourism industry.

  1. Catch some of the best deals and holiday opportunity

Even in the midst of such times, Nepal travel industries will provide the best offer for the customers while we continue to strive in ensuring that all our clients have a memorable time with the continual progress in travel and tourism. We also cater to all kinds of hotel, tour, climbing and trekking packages for all groups and ages.

  1. Experience the four seasons in Nepal

You can get to see and experience snow and the best season to visit is during autumn from September to November and also during spring from March to May.

  1. Be part of the history

This period is one of the crucial times in Nepal and you can be part of the history by helping out wherever possible you can. The experience will certainly be more meaningful and memorable and benefit you when you look back in the future.

  1. Not just economical support for earthquake relief

By visiting Nepal, you will indirectly help in our earthquake relief as you support our country economically but that is not all. You can even get to see the impact and where the money goes to if you get involved directly in the aid relief.

  1. Visit before it is gone

Use this chance to visit the remaining historical and UNESCO heritage sites before it is gone.

  1. Fewer visitors than before

The number of tourists have dropped more than before at this time. This means that it is a rare chance to get out there with lesser crowd to squeeze or photo bomb you. Cheers to more picture perfect opportunities!

  1. Volunteer and support for local people to have a better life

By volunteering, you get a chance to experience and also support the local people lives while leaving behind a memorable moment in life.

  1. Nepal is “that” once in a lifetime holiday experience

You will definitely be having a memorable and lifetime experience if you visit at this time.