Nepal is blessed with geographical landscapes which caters many hidden adventure activities. Here we have listed few adventure bucket list of destination Nepal.
Trekking in the Himalayas:
In this busy world everybody needs a touch of adventure in their lives. And for those who are interested in getting up close with the Mother Nature, trekking in the Nepalese Himalayas can be in your Bucket list. You can choose your ideal trekking adventure out of many regions in the country. Whether it’s Everest, Annapurna, Langtang , Makalu, Manaslu, Dhaulagiri, Kanchenjunga, Mustang, Rara, or Kathmandu, we assure you that the journey will quench your thirst for walking adventure. Some travellers quote ‘Nepal is a Trekkers Paradise’, But we say, ‘You have to see it to believe it’.
An Elite Adventure to the top of the world ‘Everest Skydive’ is undoubtedly one of the craziest things you will ever do. Getting to Syangboche Airstrip at (3810 m) in the Everest region is itself an adventurous journey. And when you lift off in a chopper, knowing that you are about to jump from the highest place on earth is a ‘Glorious moment’, (described by a jumper). So, if you are adrenaline junkie add it in your next bucket list.
Paragliding in Pokhara:
What is so special about paragliding in Pokhara!!! The question may arise. But think, you are in the sky with just a sheet of fabric holding your weight, you feel the cool Himalayan wind touching your skin, and then you see the Phewa lake and Seti river resting below your feet and the panoramic view of ‘The Magnificent Annapurna range’, right besides you. Without doubt you will never forget the view and the feeling of being up-close with the mighty Annapurna. Definitely, Paragliding from Sarangkot -Pokhara is an adventure that should be included in your Bucket list.
They are a gentle creature but can be fierce at times. We worship them as a god in our country. And for few members of Tharu tribe in Chitwan National Park they are their close companion and their source of income. You will definitely be overwhelmed by the size of the Asian Elephant but once you get to know them; they will be your best friend in a short time. You will spend enjoyable time with elephants; ride on elephants bareback, learn about their lives and also bathe with them in the Rapti River. ‘An activity definitely worth adding to your bucket list’.
Imagine a bridge over a 160m high tropical gorge, with one of Nepal’s wildest river ,’Bhote-Koshi’ raging below… Now jump!. Worth adding to your crazy Bucket list.
The melting Himalayan Glaciers gives birth to many major rivers in the country. Trishuli, Seti, Kali Gandaki, Bhotekoshi, Sunkoshi, Karnali, Marshyangdi, Arun, Tamur are the famous rivers where you can enjoy the thrill of rafting. Paddling into the high waves, crossing the river carved gorges, diving in the chilled river is an awesome experience. So, why not add it into your bucket list.
Rivers that originated from the “Mighty Himalayas” are awesome spectrums for adventure lovers and adrenaline junkies from all over the globe.Nepal has earned its reputation for being a supreme white water rafting and kayaking destination in the world. Very few Rafting destinations in the world can match the thundering liquid highways that carve their ways out to plains through amazing Himalaya terrains. The rivers twist and turn through canyon and the calm valleys catering awesome white water thrills with the view of the Himalayan vistas making the experience even better. Rafting in Nepal is a chance to explore some of the most beautiful and unknown aspects of the country, which include natural heritages and cultural diversity apart from the thrilling adventure in the liquid highways.
Trishuli, Seti, Kali Gandaki, Bhotekoshi, Sunkoshi, Karnali, Marshyangdi, Arun, Tamur are the famous rivers which has been hosting the river activities for decades. These difficulty level in these rivers are classified on the basis of the river torrents and the challenging river rapids . These rivers can host novice as well as professional Rafters and kayakers. September, October, November, early December, March, April, May, and early Juneare good months for rafting in the in Himalayan rivers of Nepal. Rafting is also said to be the thrilling highlights of the trip to Nepal.
Nepal is a country where nature and culture melt so perfectly, that the blend of these fascinating factors, travelers crave to see overflows in most of the destinations of Nepal.
The synonym of walking adventure associated with soaring heights is Nepal. In the latest years, Nepal is the hub of adventurous activities in the sky, water and land. Adrenaline junkies across the world travel to this corner of the world to satisfy their hearts with adrenaline hunger.
High Himalayan ranges in north, lowland plains in the south and lush green hills in between makes this small landlocked country geographically diverse. Rivers fed by glacial lakes in the base of lofty Himalayan peaks are raging liquid highways catering thrilling water activities that include rafting and kayaking.
The deep gorges through which these raging rivers flow are the best destinations for bungee jumping. The open skies above the towering Himalayan giants are meant for the highest altitude skydiving. The steep rocky cliffs are ideal for rock climbing and keeping beneath the splendid town like Pokhara is ideal for paragliding and ultra-light flights. Besides, the rugged terrains in the foot of Himalayas are great destination for pedaling adventures.
As many believe “Big things come in a small package”, Nepal justifies the beliefs of many catering diverse activities for travelers having diverse preferences.
We find it very important that our travelling contributes to the preservation of Nepal’s fragile and beautiful nature. We encourage Kipling Travels and Explore Himalaya to start working with different tea-houses / lodges and hotels on sustainability initiatives- like waste recycling, solar heating etc.