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Nepal is home to some of the highest peaks in the world, including the highest mountain Mt. Everest (8848m). Special permits and physical fitness along with training are strictly required to climb mountains.
Take a bird's eye view hovering over the picturesque landscape and majestic mountains of Nepal from a helicopter.
Rafting is one of the best ways to explore the typical cross section of natural as well as ethno-cultural heritage of the country. There are numerous rivers in Nepal which offer excellent rafting or canoeing experience.
Ultralight aircraft takes off from Pokhara and offers spectacular views of the lakes, mountains and Pokhara valley. This is an ideal way to see life from a new perspective. The choice of Pokhara Valley for ultra-light aircraft is appropriate chiefly because of the proximity of the mountains, and the scenic lakes
Honey hunters can set out on a perfect holiday package collaborating honey hunting activity with a scoop of trekking at Shangri – La valley. Honey Hunting has been a traditional activity for the indigenous Gurung and Magar community, which has been practiced from generations to generations especially in the areas of Bhujung and Pasgaon. Aside from these places, other hotspots for honey hunting are Annapurna region, Dhading, Jharlang across Ganesh Himal, Arun vallaey in Makalu. You will be fascinated by the techniques used by the tribesmen to collect the honey. Honey hunters climb uphill to cliffs at staggering altitude of 3500m, onlookers never cease to be amazed by watching how the hunters with their minimal traditional hunting gear gather honey. Huge honeycombs are built by Apis Laboriosa, the world's largest honey, and honeys are usually collected twice a year. A documentary shows a hunter ascending a 200 foot rope, balancing a basket and a long pole to chisel away up to 2 million bees from their combs.
With less than one percent of the world's land Nepal contains 10% of its birds, or 801 species. Some of the exotic birds found here are: plumbeous redstart, satyr tragopan, Himalayan tree pie, hoary barwing, and coal tit. For bird watchers we recommend you to visit the Royal Botanic Gardens, Chitwan National Park, Kosi Tappu and Wildlife Reserve.
The best way to explore the Kathmandu Valley is on a mountain bike. Nepal's diverse terrain is a mountain biker's dream adventure comes true. Mountain biking offers an environmentally sound way of exploring this magnificent country, its landscape and living heritage. There are plenty of dirty roads and trails in Nepal to meet every mountain biker's wildest fantasy. Mountain biking is specially recommended if you wish to explore urban centres of Nepal such as Pokhara and Kathmandu as well as the countryside. You could even do the entire length of Nepal across the plains. Mountain bikes are readily available for rental or buying.
Hire jeeps from Toyota's prado, Mitsubishi's Pajro to Land Rover for the ultimate 4 x 4 challenge, driving through some of the toughest roads of the world. Tours by Jeep provides an ideal opportunity to explore Nepal. In this bold expedition, you will accompanied by a professional guide to navigate you throughout the expedition.
You do not necessarily have to trek or climb mountains just to enjoy panoramic view of world's highest peak. Instead you can board on to a mountain flight to get a bird’s eye view of the towering mountains. Mountain flights offer the closest possible aerial views of Mt. Everest, Kanchenjunga and the Tibetan Plateau.
The best way to experience Nepal's unbeatable combination of natural beauty and cultural riches is to walk through them. Trekking in the Himalayan country is a guaranteed experience of a lifetime.
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There is probably no other place in the world, where urban rituals are so incredibly “real” as inthe Kathmandu valley, rituals that mirror urban symbolism and urban form get the entire societyinvolved. It is never a spectacle of a few, performed to be looked at by the others. Instead, thesquares of the towns become stages, [...]
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