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Things to do in Nepal

Trekking and Hiking

Nepal is an adventure lover’s paradise. The country has eight of the fourteen highest peaks in the world, including the tallest – Mount Everest. Trekking in Nepal is a unique experience. Every trekking season, trekkers from all over the world flock to Nepal to walk on the mountainous trails. In most of the trekking routes, one can avail food and accommodation facilities at teahouses or mountain lodges. The trekking trails range from easy to difficult and challenging. There is a trail for everyone; from novices or beginners to the seasoned and hardy trekkers looking for a challenge. The most popular treks in Nepal include Everest Base...

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Heli Tours in Nepal

A luxurious way of sampling Nepal’s scenic delights is via a helicopter. If you want to experience the Himalayas without walking for days on end then our Everest Heli Tour is for you. Book an Everest Heli Tour and fly close to the mountains in just a day. You will get to view some of the highest peaks in the world from the comfort of a helicopter.  Get a bird’s eye view of Sherpa villages and soaring Himalayan peaks.  Enjoy a brief stopover at Kala Patthar, one of the highest viewpoints in the world at 5550 metres. Fly over the Everest Base Camp and enjoy close up views of Khumbu Icefall, Western Cwm, Mount Everest (8848m) and its neighbouring peaks Lhotse(8516m), Nu...

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Bunjee Jumping

Bunjy Jumping is one of the most popular adventure sports in Nepal. The bungy jumping site at Kodari (Nepal-Tibet border), a metal suspension bridge over the Bhote Koshi river, is one the most spectacular bungy jumping sites in the world. This remarkable 500ft (160m) drop into the Bhote Koshi river on the Nepal-Tibet border offers one of the longest freefall in the word. It’s an adventure that gives you the feeling of flying for a couple of seconds. If you are an adrenalin junkie, this is the sport for you. The bungy jumping site at Kodari is located very close to Kathmandu and is easily accessible by road. It’s a must visit for all adventure lovers. There’s also a bungy...

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Nepal is blessed with some of the wildest and spectacular glacial rivers in the world. River runners consider Nepal as one of the best places in the world for rafting. You can experience all class of rapids because one has a lot of options to choose from. The best time for rafting in Nepal is usually September to early December and March to June. This is when the weather is the best and the water is the warmest. You can go on a day trip with family and friends or on long river expeditions where you will be camping on the white sandy beaches and sleep in tents. The most popular rafting destinations are Trishuli river, Seti river, Bhote Khosi river Karnali river, Sun Kos...

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