When you are an experienced trekker or a novice Nepal is the land of trekking(and climbing),offering some of the best trekking in the world. One of the better short treks in Nepal is the 4 days Poonhill trek. If you are having 12 days available the Everest Base Camp trek is a great trek. Some of other best adventure treks in Nepal are 3 Passes trek or the Manaslu trek,taking you on unparalleled trekking routes amidst pristine nature. We recommend island Peak or Mera Peak if you are a lack experienced one. Both peaks reach about +6000 meters and can be summated by people with no prior mountaineering experience,yet promising a challenging adventure and memory of a lifetime!
2. Panoramic Flight Over the Himalayas
Everyone is not cool with Trekking the great Himalayas.But it doesn’t’ mean that you need to miss that great chance.It is a best place of eye catching scenes including mountain Everest. Mt.Makalu,Mt.Gosaithan,Mt.Dorje Lakpa,Mt.Gauri Shanker,Mt.Pumori and the Grand Daddy are the popular peaks which can seen through a panoramic flight.
3.Visit to Chitwan National Park
The first national park in Nepal is Chitwan National Park.It is considered to be another must see destination in Nepal.More than five hundred species of migratory birds call the park their home,as do one horned rhinos,Bengal tigers and Asian elephants.It is supposed to be your best chance of seeing animals such as bears,tigers,crocodiles,elephants and rhinos while in Nepal and it covers almost 332 sq.miles.Kingfishers,paradise flycatchers , egrets and brahminy ducks are the most common bird sightings.
Pokhara,essentially a lakeside town,attracts explorers, nature and adrenaline junkies with its spectacular natural beauty an array of fishing opportunities,mountain biking, exciting treks such as Poonhill,Annapurna Base Camp and Annapurna Circuit,visiting the peace pagoda,paragliding and sunbathing.It is one of those destination that you certainly wish to visit for the second time in your life. Two of the top things to do in Pokhara are Boating and strolling.
5.Mountain Biking In Kathmandu Valley Mountain
Biking in Kathmandu Valley Kathmandu might not be one of those cities that offers bike friendly locales to its visitors.Once you head towards the east or the rim routes there is no shortage of biking opportunities. One of the best and most challenging biking excursion can be found in Shivapuri National Park. The dirt roads that start off at the Bodhanikanth entrance are hardly ever used,and the challenging patches in between simply makes riding all the more exciting. Those searching for easier option can explore the Godavari,Bungamati and Chapagaun road arad most serene beauty in that area. The other popular alternative is Dhulikei,which the starting point of the circuit which leads to the town of Panauti and the Namobuddha stupa.
6.Kathmandu Sightseeing Tour
Have your own guide and conduct a real Kathmandu sightseeing tour is the ideal way to explore Kathmandu.Every turn in the valley introduces you to intricate carvings, humongous stone images and delightful pagodas.The area is teeming with temples and shrines. It seems to b a living history museum. It becomes impossible to understand what to explore and what to leave out, given you interests and time constraints causes as a result.A guide will help you to choose the right destination and also provides non stop entertainment in the form of history and local folklore. Durbar square, Pashupatinath Temple,Swayambhunath stupa,Boudhanath Stupa and the Temple of Kumari are some of the must see attractions in Kathmandu Valley.
7.Mount Everest Helicopter Tour
A helicopter tour across Mount Everest certainly will if a panoramic flight around Himalayas doesn’t exciting. You can get closer with some of the most traditional Himalayan cultures and admire majestic peaks such as Mt .Cho Oyu, Mt.Ama Dablam and Mt.Pumori at the same time.
8.Bardia National Park
The largest wilderness area in Terai is Bardia National Park.It is considered to be what the Chitwan was about 30 year ago and it boasts of beautiful wildlife.before it became commercialized due to tourism.968 sq.kms of grasslands and Sal forests covers the park and in famous as one of the biggest stretches of tiger habitats in Asia.You can also check out 30 different species of mammals such as one horned rhinos and elephants, Gigantic dolphins,crocodiles and more than 250 species of birds such as sarus cranes and the Bengal floricans apart from tigers.
Way back in the year 1696 on the banks of the Bagmati River the Pashupathinath Temple was constructed. At present it is the most important Hindu Temple in Nepal.With a gilded rooftop,four silver plated doors and beautifully crafted,the temple was designed in a classic pagoda style.Inside the temple premises,Non hindus are not allowed,but a glimpse of lord Shiva’s bull,Nandi,can be seen from the western entrance.Its exteriors and surrounding areas are certainly worth exploring even if you are not allowed to enter the temple.Watching the traders and priests go about their daily routines in considered to be an experience in itself. The uncomfortable thing is that the Pashupatinath Temple is also the place where most people from the Kathmandu Valley are burned after they passed away.When comparing with many western nations Nepal’s funerals are public.
10.Two Day River Rafting on the Bhote Koshi River
One of the best and most exciting kayaking and rafting adventures in all of Asia is offered by the Bhote Koshi River.It is very famous for offering some of the best short river trips in the world,and a two day rafting package is the perfect way to understand why people across the globe long for the adrenaline rush that rafting has to offer.