Summary: Trekker’s paradise, Himalayan views, charming hill villages, golden temples, and diverse wildlife, offer an exceptional travel destination with an opportunity to try things out of the box. Keep reading to find out:
It is needless to say that Himalayas is the ultimate goal for mountain lovers. Nowhere else you can spend days in the mountain with scenic views, cozy lodges, hot meals, and a warm slice of apple pie at the end. Perfect climate, diversity in flora and fauna, diverse terrain, delicious food, and culture make it a perfect destination for trying something out from your comfort zone. Nepal can quench your thirst for adventure through various activities such as canoeing, kayaking, mountain biking, and paragliding with safety. Here is a little guide to help you try something new apart from trekking tour packages in Nepal:
6 Things To Do in Nepal
Bungee jumping might not be an exclusive adventure in Nepal, but you can experience it here like in no other place. Among the two well-known spots for bungee jumping, the last spot is the more popular one. The resort is away from the city in the midst of lush forests and terraced slopes. You can enjoy solitude and peace amidst natural beauty. The jump is scary and exhilarating at the same time. Standing at the edge of the bridge above the deep gorge of Bhotekoshi River before the jump is something that scares the hell out of most people. It is a 160m jump to the deep gorge from an elevation of 3600m. However there’s no need to panic because friendly instructors and safety equipment will be there for your safety. Also, it will be a completely new experience for you if you’ve already tried trekking tour packages in India and bungee jumping.
Nepal is an ideal place to test your rafting skills as there are plenty of gushing rivers flowing through its spectacular landscape. From the Seti River to Bhote Koshi River to Kali Gandaki River, options are plenty if you wish to try this exciting water sport. You will be accompanies by an experienced rafting professional who will guide you on how to maneuver through the rapids and boulders. Brace up and face it with all your might.
You must try canoeing once in a lifetime, especially if you love water sports. After doing it once, you’ll definitely crave for more. You can try it en route to Chitwan National Park or in Pokhara. You can do it in natural water ponds, rock slides, waterfalls, and jumping rocks. While climbing the rock, you’ll feel a complete body-mind coordination experience.
It might look an ordinary thing to do at the start but have the patience for the wildest experience of your life. Bardia and Chitwan are the best places to enjoy the greenery and tropical climate. They have the best of nature’s gems with unique and rare plants and wildlife under protection. During the jungle safari, you can get a rare sight of one-horned rhinoceros along with tigers, leopards, and other exotic animals chilling in the natural habitat.
Rock climbing is one of the most fun and exciting adventure sport in Nepal. It is possible in Nepal because of various natural majestic settings. You will get a wide range of climbing on-sites, from beginners to professional climbers. The cliffs of Nepal are challenging and promote mental and physical endurance. For conquering the rocks, you can either join beginner lessons or visit various places with unique options as being a professional.
Have you ever seen birds flying freely in the air and wish to fly in the same way over the mountains, rivers, beautiful lakes, and forests in the fresh air? If yes, paragliding in Pokhara is a perfect chance to break the monotony of life and experience something new and unforgettable. You will see the beautiful topography of Nepal while gliding above in the sky. After the paragliding, you can also leave for Annapurna trekking tours. You can also give a new twist to this old flight by doing Para-hawking, where you fly with peace of meats in your hand and can feed the birds so they will also fly along with you. It is a unique, adventurous, and fun thing to do in Nepal.