Langtang Valley Trek

Langtang Valley Trek

The major highlight of the Langtang valley trek is the breathtaking views of Langtang and Ganesh Himal ranges and the amazing glimpses of
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Everest Base Camp Helicopter Trek

Langtang Valley Helicopter Trek

The Langtang Valley Helicopter Trek follow to the Langtang Valley all the way to Kyanjin Gompa trek and fly back to Kathmandu on
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Kathmandu Chisapani Nagarkot Trek

Kathmandu 3 Day Trek

Chisapani Nagarkot Trekking is a short & easy trekking and suitable for family trek near Kathmandu. The trekking gives an opportunity to view
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Are you planning to Nepal Trekking?. The Nepal trekking packing list below is based on our personal trekking experience in Nepal and has taken a long time to compile. As the list is so long and detailed, we recommend bookmarking this page as a future reference point. This packing list can be used for all hiking and trekking routes in Nepal, including the Annapurna Circuit, Everest Base Camp and the Langtang Trek.

On top of this, we regularly receive feedback from our readers and other experienced trekkers who provide brilliant and useful little insights into gear which we then add to the list.

Although the list can seem daunting and potentially heavy, many of the items listed below can be purchased or rented locally at Kathmandu, Lukla or Namche. Please note though that local equipment is sometimes not up to scratch for severely cold weather that you might encounter on the higher parts of your trek.

This Nepal trekking equipment list is comprised of gear that we have personally used or had recommended to us by experienced trekkers. We believe this gear provides the best value for money whilst also delivering the best performance.

Suggested clothing and equipment list for Nepal Tours:

Footwear:
Walking boots. A pair of water repellent boots with ankle support.
Gaiters. A pair used to keep boots dry if walking through deep snow.
Walking socks.
Trainers or trail shoes. Can be used in and around lodge in the afternoons/ evenings.

Clothing:
Waterproof jacket and trousers (goretex or similar).
Trekking trousers.
Long sleeve shirts (not cotton).
Micro fleece.
Mid to heavyweight fleece.
Sleeveless or body warmer type fleece.
Thermals or baselayer for top & bottom (merino wool or synthetic).
Fleece pants.
Medium weight down jacket (eg Nuptse jacket by The North Face).

Handwear:
Fleece gloves.
Warms mittens and/or gloves.

Headwear:
Wool or fleece hat.
Sun hat.
Bandana or scarf.
Headtorch.  Bring extra batteries.
Sunglasses.
Personal Equipment:
Sleeping bag (Note: it is possible to rent this in Kathmandu for about £1 per day).
Day pack large enough to carry water bottles, camera, lunch and extra clothing.
Stuff sacks for keeping your gear dry and organised.
Two water bottles (Nalgene wide mouth bottles are the best).
Sunscreen and lipsalve with a high SPF.
Water purification tablets (Pristine, Biox Acqua or Acqa Mira).
Favourite snack food.
Books, ipod and cards etc.
Trekking poles (Black Diamond with “Flick Lock” are best).
Camera with spare batteries and memory cards.
Insurance certificate.
Earplugs (optional).
Baby wipes (optional).
Hand sanitizer (optional).

Travelling:
Duffle bag or large backpack for your personal gear on the trek (carried by a porter).  Bring a small combination padlock to secure the bag.
Travel clothes. You will need casual clothing for air travel days and time spent in Kathmandu.
Toiletry bag include toilet paper, soap, towel, toothbrush, etc.

Personal first aid kit:

Note: we provide a comprehensive group first aid kit but please bring personal medications and other items you might use regularly such as:

Any personal medications.
Malaria prophylactic tablets.
Blister treatment (Compeed patches are the best).
Rehydration powder eg Dioralyte.
Analgesics (paracetamol, ibuprofen and aspirin).
Plasters and zinc oxide tape.
Throat lozenges.
Diamox (helps with acclimatisation

If you have a short time for Nepal holidays but still want to see some of the best short treks in Nepal, Himalayas here are what we think are the 6 best short treks in Nepal. Note: Some of our itineraries on the website for these treks are longer as they include extra days in either Kathmandu, Everest, Langtang and Pokhara. The times given here are the minimum requirements.

If any of this listed short treks, you would like to make an inquiry please drop us a e-mail to: [email protected]. We will be happy to answer

1. Everest Panorama Trek:

Everest View Trek Starts at the Lukla (2828m/9278 feet) and passes through the several Sherpa villages like Phakding, Namche bazaar, khumjung village, Khunde village and many other small villages. From every village incredible mountains views can be seen. Nepal is known as the country of Mt. Everest and every one may have such desire to see this highest mountain in the world. This trekking is not only popular for highest mountain. This trek also provides the warm hospitality of Sherpa people, so one can experience Sherpa culture, way of living style, visit monasteries, wild animals and enjoy the mountain views of snow capped peaks. From Namche Bazaar a short walks uphill to a magnificent spot (Everest view Hotel) with spectacular of the surrounding snow-capped giants include Mt. Everest and the valleys below. The Khumjung  is wonderful village with background exciting glance of the high mountains. Tengboche Monastery (3867m/ 12687 feet) is surrounded by rhododendrons forest. Tengboche monastery is the one of the biggest monasteries in khumbu area.

  • Duration : 9 Days
  • Primary activity : Trekking and Hiking
  • Group size : Min. 1 pax
  • Max-Altitude : 3867m at Tengboche Monastery
  • Country: Nepal
  • Transportation: Fly Kathmandu - Lukla - Kathmandu.
  • Trip starts from: Kathmandu
  • Ends in: Kathmandu
  • Meals: Nepali and Continental
  • Type: Tea-House
  • Accomodation: Hotel and Lodge

2. Langtang Valley Trek:

A trek to the Langtang valley has to be one of the most rewarding of the short treks available anywhere in Nepal. The east-west running valley is the site of some spectacular alpine scenery as well as being a great place to meet unique people. A minimum of one week is required but trekkers are well advised to add a few extra days for acclimatization and for side trips in the valley. Along our journey you will walk through the Langtang National Park. Although wildlife is never easy to spot in a forest setting, here you get the chance to see some interesting animals and birds. Among those found in the park are monkeys, musk deer, Pika and the national bird of Nepal, the colorful danphe.The trek is best started either from Dhunche or from Syabrubesi.

  • Duration : 7 Days
  • Primary activity : Trekking and Hiking
  • Group size : Min. 1 pax
  • Max-Altitude : 3,900
  • Country: Nepal
  • Transportation: Private Vehicle
  • Trip starts from: Kathmandu
  • Ends in: Kathmandu
  • Meals: Nepali and Continental
  • Type: Tea-House
  • Accomodation: Hotel and Lodge

3. Ghorepani Poon Hill Trek:

This Ghorepani Poon Hill Trek starts from Pokhara and if you want to see some of Nepal’s big peaks up close it’s the best option for a short trek. The view from Poon Hill (3210m/10531ft) takes in Annapurna South, Annapurna I and Dhaulagiri. The first few days the trail makes a steady climb between the small Sherpa villages. The second night can be spent in Tadapani which offers great views of Annapurna II, Annapurna South, Hiunchuli, and Machapuchare which is also known as “Fish Tail.” If you bring some swimwear you can make the short hike down to the river to enjoy the hot springs in Tadapani. It’s another days climb from Tadapani to Ghorepani from where the following morning you hike to Poon Hill to catch the sunrise on the Himalayas. After taking in the views it’s time to head back to Ghorepani and start the return trek.

  • Duration : 9 Days
  • Primary activity : Trekking and Hiking
  • Group size : Min. 1 pax
  • Max-Altitude : 3210 at Poon Hill
  • Country: Nepal
  • Transportation: Private Vehicle
  • Trip starts from: Kathmandu
  • Ends in: Kathmandu
  • Meals: Nepali and Continental
  • Type: Tea-House Trek
  • Accomodation: Hotel and Lodge

4.Kalinchowk Trek

Kalinchowk Trek, a perfect destination for a short trek in Nepal can be done within 3 days. Kalinchowk, residing at a height of above 3,700m is accessible from a drive from Kathmandu to Charikot and further 6-7 hours continuous trekking upward the hill. Kalinchowk Trek is considered to be one of the non touristic trekking routes in eastern Nepal. The view of Ganesh Himal, Shisha Pangma, langtang, Dorje Lakpa, Jugal Himal, Gauri Shankar etc. are clearly visible in fine weather condition through this route. Tremendous beauty from the high hill of Kalinchowk takes your breath once giving means to visit of this region.

  • Duration : 3 Days
  • Primary activity : Trekking and Hiking
  • Group size : Min. 1 pax
  • Max-Altitude : 3790m at Kalinchowk
  • Country: Nepal
  • Transportation: Private Vehicle
  • Trip starts from: Kathmandu
  • Ends in: Kathmandu
  • Meals: Nepali and Continental
  • Type: Tea-House Trek
  • Accomodation: Hotel and Lodge

5. Chisapani Nagarkot Trek:

Chisapani Nagarkot trek is one of the easy, short, and beautiful trek for those who have limited time. It gives you an opportunity to explore locality of Tamang people who lives on the edges of Kathmandu valley. You can have a wonderful view of Kathmandu valley, beautiful hike in Shivapuri National park, green paddy fields, and mountain obviously. This trek starts with the drive from Kathmandu to Sundarijal for 1 hrs by bus/car and hike to Chisapani for 4 hrs with a beautiful Tamang villages and a spectacular mountain view as well as green forest of Shivapuri National Park. If you are lucky enough then you could spot a wild animals like deer, Wild boar, Leopard and many species of birds. You can enjoy your lunch at the local teahouses to get more close with locals.

  • Duration : 3 Days
  • Primary activity : Trekking and Hiking
  • Group size : Min. 1 pax
  • Max-Altitude : 2195m at Nagarkot
  • Country: Nepal
  • Transportation: Private Vehicle
  • Trip starts from: Kathmandu
  • Ends in: Kathmandu
  • Meals: Nepali and Continental
  • Type: Tea-House Trek
  • Accomodation: Hotel and Lodge

6. Kathmandu Day Hiking

Hiking around Kathmandu offers you an  opportunity to see fantastic mountain views and explore Nepalese countryside without going too far and without climbing high. Besides you do not have to lose the comfort of the city while doing these hikes.Kathmandu is a valley surrounded by green hills all around. These hills are covered with terraced farms, picturesque villages and  lush green  forests. Despite being nearfrom Kathmandu these villages are still not affected by  modernity and offer a chance to see traditional village life.You can see temples, monasteries and Stupas along the trails. You can see farmers working in the fields and pilgrims praying in the monasteries. These Kathmandu hikes are for every age group and for all seasons. If you want to have a taste of trekking in Nepal but do not have time to go all the way up to the remote mountains, these hikes are for you. A Kathmandu trekking, combined with sightseeing tours of heritages sites and a scenic flight to see Mt Everest could make a fantastic short trip of Nepal. There are many short treks available near Kathmandu ranging from day hikes to short treks of 2 days, 3 days or even longer. We have offered here the best three among them.

  • Duration : 1 to 3 Days
  • Primary activity : Hiking and Cultural Tours
  • Group size : Min. 2 pax
  • Max-Altitude : 2195m at Nagarkot
  • Country: Nepal
  • Transportation: Private Vehicle
  • Trip starts from: Kathmandu
  • Ends in: Kathmandu
  • Meals: Nepali and Continental
  • Type: Tea-House Trek
  • Accomodation: Hotel and Lodge

Note: In our official website Nepal Tours, we are listed on Short treks under the trekking section. Please choose one of them

If you are with someone special and think about the nice trip in a single day then why not choose a helicopter rides Nepal. Helicopter tours are very popular due to the unsurpassed and up-close views of mountain and the Himalayas, such as the Mount Everest, Annapurna or Langtang Range. Nepal tours provides quick and personal option to experience the snow-capped mountains of Nepal within a short time. Some of the Nepal Helicopters are also used for rescue operations.

Whether for business or pleasure, time, distance and location can always act as barriers when planning trips away. Our professional and modern fleet allows you to travel. Whether it’s a special occasion, romantic treat, company incentive, private family experience or VIP trip, our exclusive helicopter fights allow guests to enjoy a memorable experience of a lifetime.

About Aircraft
In Nepal, there are two type of helicopter currently operating in private sector: AS 350 B series of helicopters which are manufactured by Euro-copter, France and are very popular all over the world. It is regarded as one of the most versatile helicopters and is suitable for mountain flying and all types of helicopter missions. Following are its features:

Fail Safe Design:

  • Comfortable Seating Arrangements
  • 5 seats excluding Pilot
  • Suitable for all types of helicopter missions
  • Can fly up to an altitude of 16,000 feet

Nepal Tours is the first choice for all your corporate helicopter charter needs, our personalised service will ensure your private helicopter charter flights, Private helicopter rides Nepal and passenger transfers are completed in style. We have a number of luxury VIP aircraft available that will ensure we are able to fly you or your clients around Nepal or beyond in complete comfort and speed.

Nepal Tours are specialists in providing versatile aerial photography and filming platforms. We have a long history of providing superior aerial footage for sporting events, television shows, movies and documentaries in and around the Nepal region.

Some of the beautiful Helicopter Rides in Nepal are:

  1. Everest Base Camp Helicopter Tour – 3.50 hours ( Single Day)
  2. Everest Base Camp Helicopter Trek – 1o days trek in the Mountain and fly back to helicopter
  3. Langtang Helicopter Trek – 06 days in the Langtang trek and fly back to helicopter
  4. Muktinath Helicopter Tour – 3.50 hours to 5 days packages.. It depends on your time in Nepal.

How much do helicopter rides cost? (2 person minimum)

1.30 Minutes Langtang Tours $1100 Per Person
2 hours helicopter Pokhara to Muktinath $1500 Per Person
3.50 hours Everest Helicopter tour
$2200 Per Person

Are you looking a Nepal in winter? Common wisdom says that the best times to visit Nepal are the spring (March-May) and autumn (September-November). However, common wisdom doesn’t always have all the answers. While the weather is at its warmest and clearest in those months, there are also some good reasons for planning winter treks (December, January & February) in Nepal.

Mountain trails in Nepal turns into pieces of sublime beauty during the winter seasons. Passing through the frozen streams, crossing the wintry grasses and snow-covered trails, trekking in Nepal is the biggest challenges amongst trekkers across the world. All the winter treks in Nepal might be shorter in distance and lower in altitude, but that doesn’t mean they are the easy treks, as they are demanding during extreme climatic conditions. Mixture of exploration and adventure, winter trekking in Nepal is an experience of a lifetime. With cultural diversities and natural resources up for grab, treks to Himalaya during winters will excite one footing up to the concealed hamlets, spicy cuisines and welcoming hospitality.

Nepal is, undoubtedly, a naturally beautiful country that enjoys pleasant weather round the year. Its geographical diversity has divided the Seasons in Nepal into five weather zones — tropical, tropical zone, temperate zone, cold zone, sub artic zone and the artic zone.

1. Nepal Winter Temperatures:
Nepal has five seasons: spring, summer, monsoon, autumn and winter. In the Terai (south Nepal), summer temperatures exceed 37° C and higher in some areas, winter temperatures range from 7°C to 23°C in the Terai.

Nepal is the country blessed with wonderful natural beauty, abundance of wildlife and richness of culture and lifestyle, with so many things awaited to be explored in Nepal,  there is never lack of activities in Nepal for you to enjoy and explore. Nepal Tours offers holiday in winter season in Nepal from mid December to mid February are winter time in Nepal . Here is a list of 4 best winter treks, tours in Nepal that will guide one through their adventure quest during the winter season.

# No1: Ghorepani Winter Trek – One of Nepal’s most classic short & beautiful treks.

Ghorepani Winter Trek
Ghorepani Winter Trek

The Ghorepani Trek stretches between the Annapurna Circuit and the Annapurna Base Camp Trek, but is shorter and doesn’t need a prior acclimatization. It can last between three and seven days if an optional visit to the Jhinu hot springs or a link to the Dhampus Trek is included. The Ghorepani Trek passes through Gurung villages, high into the mountains, and is a terrific opportunity to see the great Himalayan peaks, such as Dhaulagiri, Annapurna South, and Machhapucchare.

Altitude: 3210 mts (13415 ft)

Duration: 5-6 days

Route: Kathmandu-Pokhara-Ghorepani -Tadapani-Ghandruk

Temperature: 10°C to 30°C (Summer) & (–10) °C to 10°C in winter

Best Time to Visit: Mid November to March

Highlights: Gurung Community, Lakes, Nature and Mountain

Grade: Easy to moderate

How to Reach:

By Road: Kathmandu to Pokhara Drive – 6 hours

By Flight: Tribhuwan International Airport to Pokhara.


# No 2: Chisapani Nagarkot Winter Trek – One of the most beautiful treks in Kathmandu.

Real Kathmandu Tour

This trek starts from the north eastern outskirt of Kathmandu . The first stretch of the Chisapani Nagarkot Trek is uphill walk through the rhododendron forest of the Shivapuri national park. After 4-5 hrs of walk we reach the spectacular mountain view point of Chisapani from where we can have close view of a long range of Eastern Himalayas from Langtang to Gaurishankar Ranges . On the second day we walk past some ethnic villages and mostly through a dense and beautiful forest, listening the birds chirping and enjoying the view of the Himalayas . In the winter months we sometimes even meet wild fowls and sometimes even deers .

Nepal is an amalgamation of multiple romantic features like mountain ranges, deep valleys, narrow walkways, and peaceful lakes. It is magical and mythical; spiritual and serene at the same time. If you are recently married and you need a romantic places and scintillating destination to start your new life with your better half; Nepal couldn’t be any better destination to give you the flavor of beauty, culture, and diversity all served together as one with the Himalayas, undying cultural diversities, awesome lakes, and destinations, trekking places, the lovely monuments with ancient pagodas, the hills, villages, and all. It is a perfect places for a honeymoon in Nepal. The dreamland will offer you the best of romantic moods, aura and spirits and will make your love bloom with full glory. Here we go with 05 handpicked places to visit in Nepal for honeymoon.

Top 5 Honeymoon Places Nepal

1) Kathmandu: It’s the capital city of Nepal, and is so special for all the newly married couples, so spent your time in a liberal but culturally defined city. Here, couples can explore the city with temples , monuments, cultural heritages, ancient pagodas, and restaurants. Kathmandu, additionally, offers the possibility of encountering generally served Nepalese authentic food with so many appealing hotels.

Kathmandu Tour Package
Kathmandu Tour Package

Key attractions: Bird’s eye view of Mount Everest and Himalayan ranges in the mountain flight tour operated by local airlines, Pashupatinath temple, Boudhanath temple, Dakshin Kali temple, Kopan and Shechen monasteries, wildness and beauty of Langtang National Park, and the alluring and glittering nightlife at Casino Royale and Casino Anna

Best places to stay: Hyatt Regency, Crowne Plaza, and Hotel Annapurna

Best time to visit: September – November and February – April for Kathmandu visit, monsoons for picture-perfect Himalayas

2) Nagarkot: Apart form all the cities, Nagarkot is a very famous place among many hilltop stations in Nepal – where you can spend you perfect honeymoon trip. It’s just 32km away from the capital Kathmandu, which is packed with hotels and restaurants. It is famous for sunrise and sunset views with possible views of Himalayas, too.

Langtang Mountain Range
Langtang Mountain Range

Key attractions: View of the Mount Everest and Annapurna Range, view of the first rays of the Sun falling on the peaks of Himalayas at sunrise, and trekking along the winding tracks and thick woods

Best places to stay: Club Himalayan Resort, Hotel Country Villa, and The Fort Resort

Best time to visit: October – April; especially for the clear view of Mount Everest

3) Balthali: The small settlement of Balthali village (1,730m.) is standing on a plateau, just beyond Panauti above 40 Km away from Kathmandu. The village is situated at the junction of Roshi and Ladku rivers. This exceptional hamlet stands at an outstanding place of isolation and relaxation amidst a surround of typical Nepali countryside with terraced rice fields and ochre thatched farm houses. With snowy peaks of Dorjee Lhakpa, Langtang and whole range of mountain rests clear and bright on the northern horizon. Whist the backyard is dominated by high hills of lush green Maharabharat Range. The region is thickly forested with luxuriant growth of various floras. Colorful rhododendron, Mangolia and Sal trees cover the hill that undulates and opens out to terrace fields. Nature lovers and bird watchers can spend days exploring and discovering some exceptional species of wildlife, tradition and culture untouched by modernity. Many of the sacred and ancient temples and monasteries such as Namo Buddha, Indreshwar Mahadev Temple, Brahmayani Temple are located in this region.

Key attractions: View snowy peaks of Dorjee Lhakpa, Langtang and whole range of mountain rests clear and bright on the northern horizon

Best places to stay: Balthali Eco Hill Resort, Balthali Resort

Best time to visit: October – April; especially for the clear view of Mount Everest

4) Bandipur: This is the chance for making a thematic honeymoon. Let the first trip with your life partner be in and around the Newari culture at the fascinating and serene Bandipur in Nepal.

Key attractions: Romance topped with thrill at the Siddha Gufa, Annapurna short-circle trekking, jungle safari, and the serene silkworm farm

Best places to stay: Gaun Ghar, The Old Inn, Hotel Bandipur Organic Home

Best time to visit: March – May

5) Pokhara: the city of lakes – is one of the superb and enthralling places to visit in Nepal for honeymoon. For a newly married couple, Pokhara is a dreamland, with picture-perfect setting of Himalayan Range, lakes, deep valleys, and winding trek paths. The luxurious accommodation options make the place a paradise for honeymooners.

Begnas Lake
Begnas Lake

Key attractions: A view of the engrossing Annapurna Range, romantic boating at Phewa Tal (second largest lake of Nepal), marital bliss at the age-old Bhimsen Temple, and Phoenix Paragliding

Best places to stay: Fishtail Lodge, Waterfront Resort, and Hotel Dream Pokhara

Best time to visit: March – May; for non-foggy and comfortable weather

Conclusion: Do you think that the beautiful journey of your marriage should begin from a beautiful destination? Planning a surprise honeymoon is an ultimate romantic gesture, and the greatest gift you could ever give her/him. Nepal Tours introduces great Honeymoon Tour Package for Couples who wish to make their honeymoon the most beautiful and memorable event of their life.

Let us explore the most thrilling, electrifying and mind blowing top 12 Nepal adventure activities tours in the beautiful country Nepal. Are you ready to challenge your limits with the blood pumping, heart racing, breathtaking, thrilling adventure? Then why don’t you come to the adventurer’s playground, Nepal? The great peaks of the Himalayas, rushing rivers, unique terrain and exotic wildlife makes Nepal the paradise for adventure lovers. The Himalayan country is a mystical place filled with rugged snow peaked mountains, pristine nature, rich biodiversity, awe-inspiring landscapes and culture as diverse as the varying topography of the country.

Nepal is well recognized for its best climbing and trekking destinations in the world. As the reputation for climbing and trekking in Nepal remains undeterred, Nepal is also gaining popularity with other adventure sports. Let us explore the most thrilling, electrifying and mind blowing adventurous activities in the beautiful country Nepal apart from the obvious trekking and climbing. Each of these adventure will stimulate your mind, body and soul, giving you a fulfilled sense of accomplishment, memories of once-in-a-lifetime experience and fascinating tales to tell to your friends.These are the most fun and famous adventure activities tours in Nepal.

1. White Water Rafting

Whitewater Rafting in Nepal
Whitewater Rafting in Nepal

Nepal’s dramatic Himalayan glaciers feed some of the most challenging and beautiful rivers in the world for White Water Rafting. Raft down the worlds deepest gorges from the world’s highest mountains in an abundance of warm water as the rivers drift the adventurer past mountain scenery, terraced villages and huge white-sand beaches for camping. Out on the river one really starts to feel that quality called “River Magic” as the rubber raft drifts, sometimes gently, sometimes madly, through wild rapids and tranquil, looking-glass passages. Around every bend in the river lies another exotic sight as you float through the culturally abundant countryside of Nepal. In the evening one can explore isolated villages, shower under warm waterfalls or watch the kayakers play boating. There is a wide choice of trips graded in difficulty on an international scale from Class 1 to 6, with class one being easy moving water and class 6 being hazardous to life. A thrilling range of excitement

2. Jungle Safari

Jungle Safari in Nepal
Jungle Safari in Nepal

If you think Nepal is just the abode for the grand mountains, then think again. The tropical jungles of the Terai in Nepal preserve some of the best wildlife habitat in the subcontinent. A visit to parks like Chitwan National Park and Bardia National Park is a perfect way to experience the wilderness. Jungle safari on the back of elephant or four wheel jeep may be the perfect way to see one horned rhino and other exotic wildlife. If you are lucky, A Royal Bengal Tiger may surprise you by his magnificent appearance.

3. Bungee Jumping

Bungy Jump Nepal
Bungy Jump Nepal

Less than a 3 hour drive outside Kathmandu by the Ultimate Bungy Shuttle. You will travel the Arniko (Kathmandu/Lhasa) Highway to within 12 km of the Tibet Border and the famous Friendship Bridge (you can even make a day trip there for lunch in Tibet). Ultimate Bungy Nepal takes place on a 166m wide steel suspension bridge over the Bhoti Kosi River. Swiss designed, especially for bungy jumping with a 4x-safety factor. The bridge has a loading factor of 250kg per running meter. This program can also be joined with a 2 day exhilarating white water rafting trip on the Bhotekosi.

4. Mountain Biking

Nepal Mountain Biking
Nepal Mountain Biking

It’s not all uphill! There is an astounding variety of terrain in Nepal, from killer, heart attack hills, to more easy moving, gentler altitudes. There are an even more astounding number of trails crossing their ways through the jungles and terraced farmland. Our guides know the best way through every terrain, and you can believe that Mountain Biking is their passion! With a mountain bike you can really get into the rarely visited areas of the country, experiencing what the average traveller doesn’t. Brave the heights for spectacular viewpoints, or cruise the Kathmandu Valley perimeter to see antique temples and quaint, pastoral Newari villages. For the Adventurous, new routes are always open- just pick a point on the map!

5. Paragliding/ Parahawking

Special Interest Tours
Special Interest Tours

Paragliding is a newly introduced adventure in Nepal. The main area for flying in Nepal is the Annapurna region, more specifically the Pokhara valley. This lakeside town is Nepal’s second “city”, nestled at the foot of the Annapurna Himal, the views commanded from here of 3 of the worlds 8000m peaks, are unsurpassed. The microclimate of the valley makes it an ideal area for flying, with far more constant conditions than the Kathmandu valley 150km east.There are several sites around Phewa Lake for flying and Sarangkot is the most accessible. It is a viewpoint 700m above Pokhara, it is unique in that it has a road running to the top. A short walk brings you to the only purpose built take off in the country. There are a variety of courses which includes from 3 days to 3 weeks

6. Canyoning in Nepal
Thanks to the unique topography, high altitude and large quantities of fresh water straight from the mountains, most of the Nepal´s rivers offer a great Canyoning adventure. Canyoning in Nepal is an astonishing full body and mind experience filled with stunning scenery of jungle, karst rocks and multiple cascading waterfalls dropping one after the other into refreshing pools.

7. Zip Flyer
Ready to experience the world most extreme Zip Flyer? The Zip flyer in Sarangkot, Pokhara is extreme in every way with a vertical drop of 600 meters over a distance of 1800 meters, it is the longest, steepest, tallest and fastest Zipline in the world.

8. Heli Skiing:
Heli skiing in the World’s biggest, highest & most outrageous Mountain-range of the World is simply a fantastic adventure. The amazing height and spread of the snow clad mountains of the Nepalese Himalayas, with the added advantage of powdered snow are tempting enough to fascinate the adventurous spirits of the avid skier.

9. Everest Sky Diving
Everest Sky Diving is one of the most extreme adventure provided by Nepal. This is no ordinary experience as it allows adventurers to jump from a plane at 29,500 feet, higher than the Everest summit, to float back to Everest base camp. The adrenaline rush from the free-fall, the eye-feasting view of the beautiful lakes and settlements and the world tallest Mountain Mt. Everest on the Background, all makes it an adventure for a lifetime.

10. Rock Climbing:
Rock Climbing in Nepal is becoming one of the hottest attractions for adventure lovers due to the splendid natural rock faces in majestic settings. Nepal provides a wide range of climbing sites for beginners, intermediate and professional climbers. The cliffs of Nepal offer some hair-raising spots for a cliff hanger experience challenging your physical and mental endurance.

11. Pony Trekking:
A full-length pony trek (short trek only) can also be arranged. Pony treks are becoming increasingly popular. Ponies can also be hired by the hour or longer in the places like Pokhara, Nagarkot, Dhulikhel & Daman etc; Pony treks provide a fascinating way to experience the mountains of Nepal. For those, who cannot take the strain of daily hiking and those who want respite on long treks, ponies are available in some areas on hire.

12: Mountain Flight:

Scenic flight to Mount Everest
Scenic flight to Mount Everest

This scenic flight leaves from Kathmandu each morning covering the Langtang range (north of Kathmandu) all the way to Mt. Everest and Kanchanjunga. The flight is one and half-hours and covers most of the Himalayan Ranges of Nepal. As Nepal is nestled in the lap of the beautiful Himalayas, now with Mountain flight your visit to the highest peaks is very easy. Each passenger will have an individual window seat for the entire Everest Mountain Flight. Moreover, most of the flight operators invite all their passengers to the cockpit from where you can take some spectacular pictures of the highest peaks in the world.

Conclusion: 
The mention above adventures are just the best of the bests of Nepal. Nepal provides unlimited adventure options for all types of adventure lovers with activities like Ultralight flight, boating, fishing or hunting and canoeing etc. So when are you planning to experience the thrill in the land of adventures?