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Nepal officially the Federal Democratic Republic of Nepal is a landlocked central Himalayan country in South Asia. Nepal is divided into 7 states and 75 districts and 744 local units including 4 metropolises, 13 sub-metropolises, 246 municipal councils and 481 villages. It has a population of 26.4 million and is the 93rd largest country by area. Bordering China in the north and India in the south, east, and west, it is the largest sovereign Himalayan state.

Nepal does not border Bangladesh, which is located within only 27 km (17 mi) of its southeastern tip. Neither does it border Bhutan due to the Indian state of Sikkim being located in between.

Nepal has a diverse geography, including fertile plains, sub-alpine forested hills, and eight of the world’s ten tallest mountains, including Mount Everest, the highest point on Earth. Kathmandu is the nation’s capital and largest city. Nepal is a multi-ethnic nation with Nepali as the official language.

Bungee Jumping

Bungee Jump in Nepal is quite popular for foreign tourist and young stars of Nepal. It’s great thrills and also a dangerous game. Bungee jump is only for check braveness and makes the limit of scary. Here are some of the adventurous Bungee jump locations of Nepal that you can read before you tie your bags for the Bungee.

Bungee Jump in The Gorge of Bhote Koshi
The physical structure of the country had made itself a different and a unique country in the world. Experience one of the most spectacular and adventures Bungee Jump in the country. Imagine the free falling down experience to 500 ft in the gorge of Bhote Koshi.
If you the real adventure lover you must have to try the Bungee in the lifetime. The location for the real adventure is only 4 hours far from the capital city of the country and 12 kilometers away from the Tibet Border. The Bungee bridge is designed as per Swiss 4x safety measurement so they are safe enough for your adventure activates.

Bungee Jump in Pokhara
Pokhara is widely famous for the plethora of adventure sports from Paragliding, Ultra Flight, zip-flyer ,par hawking, trekking, Stand up paddle and much more. Experience the Water touch Bungee in Pokhara’s Hemja Near the Tibetan camp.

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Nepal has earned the reputation as one of the best destinations in the world for water adventure sports. Among them, canoeing in Nepal is growing in popularity. Canoeing is available in almost all the rivers which flow through national parks, conserved areas and religious destinations. Government of Nepal has opened sections of 16 rivers graded on a scale of 1 to 5 for commercial rafting, kayaking and canoeing. Canoeing is suitable to those who enjoy the single adventure. It can also be done in pair.
From these great Himalayan heights, rivers crash down through the foothills, fed by monsoon rains and melting snow. Rivers of Nepal descent further and faster than any other rivers in the world. Nepal is blessed with an amazing diversity of rivers. Here you can find the perfect river for your adventure with rivers graded from easy to near impossible according to their size, the intensity of their rapids.
Since rivers in Nepal are valued best in Asia for adventure sports, Canoeing in Nepal is best option. Rivers like Trishuli, Sunkoshi, Bhote Koshi, Marsyangdi, Kali Gandaki, Karnali, Arun,etc. are popular for this adventure sport. This white water sport in Nepal is a unique way to get off the beaten track and enjoy our fascinating culture, pristine wilderness and diverse wildlife more intimately. It gives amazing experience to those who want to live a life with stunning adventures. It can also be enjoyed with other adventures like rafting, swimming, fishing, boating, etc.
Canoeing in Nepal lets you explore the Nepalese life along the trail of river flow. The rivers in Nepal that are fit for rafting are best trail for canoeing. A safety kayaker or a guide is always with the expedition. These guides will inform you all the aspects of canoeing and river safety before starting of each journey. Expert professional guides, highly experienced safety kayakers and top quality equipment are provided for your convenience and safety. Best seasons are Spring (February to end of May), Summer (Mid June to end of August) and Autumn (September to mid December).

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Cultural & Historical Tour

Cultural tourism is the subset of tourism concerned with a traveler’s engagement with a country or region’s culture, specifically the lifestyle of the people in those geographical areas, the history of those people, their art, architecture, religion(s), and other elements that helped shape their way of life.

Cultural tourism includes tourism in urban areas, particularly historic or large cities and their cultural facilities such as museums and theatres.

It is generally agreed that cultural tourists spend substantially more than standard tourists do. This form of tourism is also becoming generally more popular throughout the world, and a recent OECD report has highlighted the role that cultural tourism can play in regional development in different world regions.

Cultural tourism has been defined as ‘the movement of persons to cultural attractions away from their normal place of residence, with the intention to gather new information and experiences to satisfy their cultural needs’. These cultural needs can include the solidification of one’s own cultural identity, by observing the exotic “others”.

Home Stay

Homestay is still taken as a passive business for the uneducated, unemployed and dependent members of a family. If this trend continues, then homestay tourism can collapse within the next generation.

The spirit of Nepali tourism lies in the natural richness and its indigenous societies with their mystic cultures which can be best showcased through the homestay programme. Apart from the thousands of hotels and resorts catering to the tourists, the charm of homestay is also mounting.

Homestay, still an afterthought dimension of tourism in Nepal, is gradually becoming a dominant hospitality market. The main reason for its growth is it adds genuine socio-cultural components to a tourist’s experience. For many travel enthusiasts, homestay provides just the opportunity to assimilate with the local customs, relish the local cuisine and get to know the real local lifestyle. It is one among the inimitable chances to experience life as it is lived.

This particular hospitality industry must expand its offerings to move on. While upgrading homestay services, the stakeholders should strive to blend the domestic lifestyle with basic international standards, that is, offering the local experience in modern ways for international tourists. This would add more welcome doors at many virgin tourist destinations.

Homestays empower natives to become micro-entrepreneurs by capitalising on their way of life and space that already exist at home. It further monetise women’s household chores which otherwise would never have got any economic value and make women financially independent.

Despite some challenges, homestay programmes are growing. Namely Kavrepalanchok has registered more than 26 such homes while Makwanpur has at least 11 and Chitwan and Nuwakot have around 10 and 12 respectively. Gorkha, Ilam, Palpa, Syangja, Kailali and Chitlang too are on the bandwagon. The particular initiative will serve the government’s sustainable tourism development policies by building the capacity in the rural community.

Hot Air Balloon

Hot air ballooning in Nepal is one of the adventure activities which can make you feel like a bird flying in the high sky. In Nepal, ballooning offers the beautiful view of sunrise, the Himalayan ranges and peaks, and the mesmerizing lake of Pokhara city. It is conducted in Pokhara only, the city of lakes and caves. Pokhara is 204.4 km away from Kathmandu and you can reach there in about 6 hours by road, or you can take a scenic flight of 30 minutes too. Then, you can transfer to Dhanpus or Lauruk, from where the balloon ride will take off.
Hot air ballooning flies 500m above the Pokhara city providing the spectacular view of mountains like Annapurna range, the Fishtail (Machhapuchhre), Dhaulagiri, Hiunchuli, Lamjung Himal, lakes, forests, and as a whole valley. On a clear day, the observed scenario remains even more breathtaking. The landing of balloon takes place in the bank of Mardi River.
The best months for a hot air balloon flight are September, October, November, December, January, February, March, April, May which excludes the months of monsoon season (June, July, August). The flights take place daily during these months but also depend upon the wind and its direction of flow (eastward or westward across the valley). People recommend different mountain flights and aircraft motions, but hot air ballooning is much more promising one than others as you will be on the basket and can enjoy the nature swinging on the air.
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Jungle Safari

Jungle Safari Tour in Nepal is easy and pleasant trips across one of the nine National Parks of the Terai region (lowlands). It is an activity that is suitable to people of all age groups. Unlike trekking, Jungle Safaris do not demand physical fitness as most of the trip is completed atop an elephant or a Jeep. Chitwan National Park and Bardiya National Park is the best national parks to view the wildlife among other fourteen National Parks and reserves. Elephant Jungle Safari provides the best and closely to see the wildlife in Chitwan National Park. One horned rhino and Bengal Tiger is the prime attraction of Jungle Safari in Chitwan National Park.
Nepal is the shelter for 180 species of Mammals such as snow leopard, Himalaya Black Bear, crocodile, tiger, one horned rhino, red panda, striped hyena, sambar, Chital, sloth bear, langur, tortoise, python, cobra, monitor lizard, elephant, plam civet, four honed antelope, pangolin. etc. and more than 800 bird species found here in Nepal.
Chitwan National Park, Bardia National Park along with 11 other national parks in Nepal are rich in different kind of flora and wildlife, birds, such as the rare great one horned rhinoceros, several species of deer, bear leopard dolphin, crocodile, birds, tiger etc. living in this park in their natural habitat. The parks are very popular for elephant safari, dugout canoeing, nature walk, bird watching, jungle excursion and visit to the village of local tribes called Tharu.
Chitwan National Park in the central Terai lowlands and Bardia National Park in the western Terai provide some of the best wildlife and nature viewing places in Asia. We have a choice of Jungle Lodges, Tented Camps and Guest Houses from where you can explore the Himalayan parks and its wildlife. Accommodation in lodge/tented camp, all sightseeing and outings including elephant back safari, nature/bird walk, boat ride, jeep safari (as per specific itinerary provided for different packages), park entrance fees, all meals for the duration of the package tour. Situated in forest setting in an area rich in the diverse ecology of this park, this unique wildlife resort presents the perfect jungle experience.
The original tented camp and the newly constructed jungle resort in an area highly acclaimed for animal sighting is the attraction of this resort. The area covered is an island in the River Narayani, home to the two types of crocodiles found in Nepal and hundreds of migratory birds.
Bardia national Park situated in western Terai of Nepal is one of largest undisturbed parks in the region. The park is the home of many endangered animals, reptiles and birds – including the elusive Tiger. Over the years Bardia has also been a good place for tiger viewing – a rare event anywhere. Recently sightings of a group of wild elephants have further enhanced the wildlife experience possible in this beautiful and unspoiled sanctuary
The Kosi Tapu and the Kosi Barrage in east Nepal provide one of the best places in Nepal to view migratory waterfall, waders and shore birds during the winter months. Many species not recorded elsewhere in the region have been seen here. Thousands of birds congregate here in January and February before they migrate north when the warm weather begins.


Paragliding in Nepal gives an opportunity for aerial view of the Himalayas. A trip will take you over some of the best scenery on earth, as you share airspace with Himalayan griffin vultures, eagles, kites and float over villages, monasteries, temples, lakes and jungle, with a fantastic view of the majestic Himalaya. Pokhara, the beautiful lakeside town at the foot of the Annapurna Mountains offers paragliding services. Best season is from October through April. There are various deals for the paragliding veterans and novices. Three-day introduction course is offered to beginners while tandem flights where one can fly with instructor are offered. Nepal forms a rectangle on the southern slopes of the Himalaya and is without exception, the most stunning country imaginable.
The main area for paragliding is the Pokhara valley, commanding views of 3 of the worlds 8000m peaks with friendly and constant conditions for your paragliding holiday. Located in the broad valley at an altitude of 800m, the reliable climate of this region allows consistent and friendly conditions for paragliding pilots. It is not surprising that in a few short years Pokhara has earned a reputation of being one of the best paragliding destinations in the world.
Where to Glide in Nepal?
Gliding is a weather dependent sports and the flying season in Nepal commences from November through February, the best months being November and December. The takes off point for these flights is Sarangkot (1592m.), which also offers prime views of Fewa lake and mountains at sunrise and sunset (provided the skies are clear) and the landing is by the Fewa lake. No previous experience is required as qualified pilots provide a short briefing before launching.
You will take a 20 min jeep ride from Pokhara to Sarangkot the viewpoint. From here we can see 3 of the highest mountains in the world. Dhaulagiri, Annapurna, Manasalu, all over 8000 m. We offer 3 types of tandem flight from here.

Chapakharka is the most beautiful take off site in Kathmandu which is located at 2100m from sea level. This area is cool with green hills and a wide variety of vegetation and birds. It is a pollution free spot with good wind inflation to fly. It is just 13 km far from Tribhuwan International Airport Kathmandu.

Kot Danda:
Kot Danda is another breath taking paragliding spot within the Kathmandu valley which is also 12km from Tribhuwan International Airport Kathmandu. This location is more suitable for those wanting to practice thermal navigation but it does not mean it lacks any of the green vegetation and birds.

Godavari is located approximately ten kilometers from both Patan and Kathmandu, and many outdoor enthusiasts flock here to enjoy the breathtaking views and beautiful landscape. It is known as one of the popular hiking and paragliding destinations in Nepal due to its rich wildlife and natural splendor. The garden is an extravaganza of plants, trees, ferns, flowers and orchids. Godavari is also famous for its butterflies, which can be seen gliding peacefully amongst the beauty and splendor of the garden. Godavari is one of the most picturesque and diverse destinations in Nepal and has much to offer visitors from fascinating sights, breathtaking natural beauty and paragliding.

Fulchowki is the highest green hill in Nepal. It is good for one day trekking with breathtaking height. It has the tallest radio broadcasting tower and it also has a shrine for the goddess Fulchowki which is situated at the peak of the mountain.

Pilgrimage Tour

Pilgrimage tour in Nepal is made for those who want to visit holy place of Hinduism in Nepal. Many Hindu sacred books describe Nepal is the land of God and Goddesses and it has posses a lot of Hindu pilgrimage site. The tour offers you some renowned holy sites visit and also the worshiping (Puja) on those temples. This holy tour provides the sigh seen to places like Pashupatinath, changu Narayan temple, Manakamana, Pokhara to Muktinath via Jomsom, Devghat, and Janakpur.
Pilgrimage tour in Nepal started with visiting the Pashupatinath temple. Visiting and worshiping to Pashupatinath is like a visiting Hindu version of Mecca for every Hindu worshiper. The Pashupatinath temple is dedicated to Lord Shiva, one of three major God in Hinduism and has an existence history dates back to before 400 A.D. The temple is situated on the bank of Bagmati River. On the same day, you will travel to Changu Narayan temple. This temple is one of the oldest Temple and had a holy belief on Lord Vishnu. Another beautiful holy temple in this tour is Manakamana which lies of Gorkha district. People believed that goddess Bhagwati grants the wishes to all those pilgrimages who worship in this temple. Exciting place of this Nepal pilgrimage tour is Muktinath temple which is a sacred place both for Hindus and Buddhists. Muktinath temple lies in Muktinath valley which is in Mustang district at an altitude of 3710 meters. Worshiping to god and taking bath to 108 spouts and view of Himalaya make this place really an amazing land. Sight seen came to end at Janakpur which is the birthplace of Goddesses Sita. This is that place where Ram and Sita get married in ancient period.
Devghat is a small town located in central Nepal. The town is located at joint at Seti Gandaki and Krishnan Gandaki rivers and it is one of the holiest places in Hindu mythology as well as a holy place for Hindu gods. This river contains the rare Saligram Sheela (holy stone), which Hindu devotees worship as Lord Vishnu in India. The place is 7 km away from Narayanghat and it is very famous for the cremation of the human dead body. In the bank of these rivers, many cremation processes are going on. The area boasts many natural features due to the geography and climate including tropical forests, wild animals, and birds. Devghat is home to various temple and cave of Hindu gods, Goddesses, and many saints. Various temples of different Hindu god and goddesses are still found in the place along with few caves like Sita cave and Bashistha cave. Devghat had a couple of ashrams where various religious activities are performed all year round.
Pilgrimage tour in Nepal not only makes you monotonous with worshiping and visiting the temple, the tour also has such places that are really heaven lap of the Annapurna mountain. Pokhara is the city of paradise which is a gateway to move Jomsom by plane and Jomsom is the gateway to Muktinath temple which is the route of famous Annapurna circuit trekking. This place is so beautiful from where you can view the entire range of Annapurna range along with Machhapuchhre and Dhaulagiri.

Rafting & Kayaking

Nepal is well-known for its amazing mountains and treks, but those-in-the-know also rate it as one of the world’s best destinations for white water rafting. The rivers are long and clean, they’re surrounded by amazing mountain, hill and jungle landscapes, the guides are friendly and highly skilled and costs are low. Here’s all you need to know about white water rafting in Nepal.

One-day trips from Kathmandu and Pokhara
Kathmandu and Pokhara are the two cities in which most travellers base themselves and single-day white water rafting trips are possible from both places. If visitors are short on time, looking for a quick thrill or have never tried rafting before, a day trip is the best choice. Lunch, along with transportation, is provided (good old dal bhat) at a river camp afterwards.

Trisuli River
The put-in point for rafting on the Trisuli River is about a three to four hours’ drive from Kathmandu. It’s a nice bouncy river, but the rapids aren’t too big, making this an ideal river for beginners. The waters are usually quite warm, and from the river, pretty terraced farmland, local villages and enormously high hills can be seen. As this river also flows between Kathmandu and Pokhara (the highway runs parallel to it for some of the way) and river trip ends near the turn-off to Chitwan, it’s possible to arrange an onward transfer after the rafting fun, rather than returning to Kathmandu.

Bhote Kosi River
The Bhote Kosi River (meaning Tibetan river) is a little closer to Kathmandu, at two to three hours to the north-east. The Bhote Kosi used to have a longer raftable stretch, but due to a major landslide in 2014, only a shorter section remains navigable. Still, there’s enough for plenty of fun for a couple of hours and the water here is cool and refreshing – particularly good for the hotter months. There are nice river camps along the way here to stay for the night if you wish (although be warned that they get busy – and noisy – with partying Kathmandu students on the weekends).

Seti River
From Pokhara, rafting the Upper Seti is the best single-day option. At 90 minutes, trips on the Seti are a little shorter than the options from Kathmandu, but it’s much more accessible, at only a 30-minute drive away. It’s also chock-full of class three and four rapids and comes with glorious views of the Annapurna. Short and sweet.

Multi-day trips
With more time in Nepal, multi-day trips that head deep into the wilderness can be taken, allowing rafters to see the variety of the Nepali landscape and spend some time camping on white-sand river beaches. Everyone gets a private tent (or can sleep under the stars) and the guides do a great job cooking tasty and healthy meals on campfires.

Kali Gandaki River
The Kali Gandaki River is accessible from Pokhara. This river flows down through the Kali Gandaki Gorge, which is the deepest gorge in the world, at 5,571 metres at one point. Imagine the views bobbing through that! Kali Gandaki trips generally last three days, so they are another good option for a shorter trip.

Sun Kosi River
The Sun Kosi, or ‘river of gold’, is a couple of hours’ drive from Kathmandu and ends close to the Indian border, in south-eastern Nepal. The eight-day trip is a classic and a favourite among rafters and kayakers alike. The beaches and river sparkle with the golden sand, the camping beaches are clean and remote, the high hill scenery gives way to the flat plains of the Terai and there are plenty of mid- and big-sized rapids for plenty of fun.

Tamur River
Two of Nepal’s best activities – trekking and rafting – come together on the Tamur River trip. On this 12-day expedition, the first three days are spent trekking in the mountains, reaching altitudes of over 3,000 metres and having the kayaks and rafts carried by porters! The rapids on this river are quite challenging, so they are best suited for people with some white water experience.

Karnali River
The Karnali River runs through Western Nepal, an extremely remote and under-developed part of the country. Ten-day river expeditions are one of the few ways to see the region and pass along clear blue waters, jungles, amazing rock formations and end near Bardia National Park. The Karnali River is threatened by a hydropower project, however, so it would be a good idea to take this trip sooner rather than later.

Rafting + Kayaking
Where white water rafts can go, so can kayaks. Although visitors can learn to kayak in Nepal and go on kayak-only trips, it’s also possible to combine the two activities. This is a particularly good idea for beginner or intermediate kayakers who want to improve their skills, but who may not be confident kayaking all day, every day on a longer trip. It’s also a good idea for groups of friends or couples travelling together, who may have different skills and interests.

Best time to Go
The peak tourism seasons in Nepal are spring (March-May) and autumn (September-November). At these times, the weather is at its best, being hot but not uncomfortably so, and there’s usually minimal or no rain.
Water levels are an important factor for white water rafting. In the spring, water levels can be quite low, as at this time, it has been the longest since the heavy rains of monsoon. On some rivers (such as the Bhote Kosi) the flow can be a bit low, meaning it’s common to get stuck on the rocks! This isn’t usually a major problem but can be an inconvenience and slow down the fun. The wind on some rivers (such as the Karnali) can be an annoyance in this season, too.
In autumn, after the monsoon, water levels are at their highest. This can make for some exciting rapids – sometimes a bit too exciting earlier in the season (around September)! By late November, the nights are getting quite cold for camping on beaches, but in other respects, this is the best time to go.

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Trekking & Hiking

Nepal is home to network of trails also called the Great Himalaya Trails, an extensive trail system that covers Nepal from Humla and Darchula in the west to Kanchenjunga in the east. The diversity of trekking in Nepal cannot be found in any other region of the world. In fact, the lowest point in Nepal is 59 m above sea-level in the Terai region while the highest point is Everest, 8,848 m above sea-level, the two points are, in a straight line, only 200 kilometres apart.
The majority of visitors to Nepal come in via the Tribuvan International Airport in Kathmandu. It is in Kathmandu that trekkers need to acquire their permits and other documentation, either from a trekking agent or from the appropriate offices. These documents will be checked along the trekking route. For those with little time to spend in Nepal there are half-day hikes from Kathmandu to witness breathtaking Himalayan views otherwise trek for weeks over stunning challenging mountain passes.
Up to the mid 1960s only a few trekkers had generally visited Nepal and back then as part of groups of expedition followers. Many of the big expeditions of the day encouraged trekkers to sign up in an attempt to help balance the funding.
Trekking in Nepal today is completely different to that of the 1960s. In all the main trekking areas, the National Parks and Conservation Areas lodges have been established where trekkers can find accommodation, food and meet other trekkers and locals along the way. The majorities of the trails are well maintained and in many cases are sign-posted.
The lodges are well appointed and have facilities for charging batteries and the larger villages often have email facilities. The length, the difficulty and timing of the treks vary greatly and to add to that once outside of the main trekking areas transport becomes more problematic and often involves at least two journeys made on domestic scheduled flights.
The three main trekking areas and therefore the most easily accessible are the Everest, Langtang and the Annapurna regions. Annapurna and Langtang have a slight advantage in so much that they can be reached via road connections. Trekkers are of course rewarded when they venture further afield as well! Great Himalaya Trails has extensive information on other trekking regions, which are accessible by domestic flights, such as Kanchenjunga, Makalu, Dolpo, and the Far West. Several days of trekking is required to reach the higher mountain areas from the local centers of population and administration.
Nepal has six distinct and diverse vegetation zones ranging from Tropical below a 1,000 m through Sub-tropical 100m – 200m, Lower Temperate 1,700 m – 2,700 m, Upper Temperate 2,400 m – 3,000 m, Subalpine 3,000 m – 4,000 m and Alpine 4,000 m to the snowline above the snowline it is a Himalaya tundra like wilderness. Each of these zones is well populated with the appropriate flora and fauna, although sometimes the rarer examples might be hard to find.
Domestic flights generally occur early morning, and so if two domestic flights are required to reach the start of the trek, appropriate timing should be allowed. Although the popular treks in Kanchenjunga, Everest, Manaslu, Annapurna are able to provide lodge accommodation the less frequented treks in those areas and also in other areas west of Annapurna will generally require camping style trek support.
Trekkers can find a trail for any time of year. The southern areas of Nepal receive higher levels of precipitation. However, some routes along the Great Himalaya Trails lie in the rain shadow, a dry area on the leeward side of a mountains namely Mustang to the north of Annapurna and Manaslu, Dolpo to the north of Dhaulagiri and the far west of Nepal to the north of Saipal Himal. Post monsoon the weather tends to be clearer. Winter is good but colder with shorter days and spring can be affected by seasonal rain and snow storms. Summer is short and is quickly followed by the monsoons.
However, the rains are not continuous for 24 hours a day and of course the rains bring the flowers to life. It is also a perfect time to consider one of the regions in the rain shadow which typically feature a more barren Tibetan type scenery as opposed to the greenness of other areas.
It is important for tourists to know that the main income generating activity of the people from the hill regions is tourism, and they typically earn wages working as trekking porter or guide. Hiring a porter does not mean that you are weak, it means you value the Nepali culture, you are providing an extended Nepali family with an income and at the same time you are making a friend and trekking with a local person who is well versed in the local cultures, festivals, and all the other issues that can turn a good trek into an outstanding experience of a life time.
It is obviously possible to trek alone or without a Nepali guide, but would you know what to do in a major storm, zero visibility and temperatures and at possibly 5,000 m? Make sure you have all the correct permits as required, and be environmentally and culturally aware.

Source: https://www.welcomenepal.com/things-to-do/trekking.htm

Ultra Light Flight

Ultra light flight is an exhilarating ride that allows unhindered bird eye views of the mountains and the scenic lakes far below. For those who always dreamed of flying like a bird, here’s your chance. Soar into the blue skies, brush the clouds and get the feeling you can touch the sparkling mountains. Ultra-light flights are operated from Pokhara Airport beginning September through June. Easy to operate, Ultra-lights can take off and land on a field or even a dirt road, and in areas where other planes fear to tread.
It an hour exiting flight and ascend to a maximum height of 5000 meters around the sky of Pokhara valley. When aircraft take off from Pokhara and offer spectacular views of the lakes, mountains and villages. Eco Trek Nepal assist your this scenic adventure flight to enjoy real rewards of nature and Ariel magnificent views. The flight can me operated according to weather condition consists in Pokhara valley. The experience and expert pilot will make decision about the exact flight time so make sure your booking to get it.
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Zip Flyer

Every person has a dream to fly and feel that wind rushing through the body while observing the bird’s eye view of the earth. This dream is made true in Nepal with the introduction of Zip flyer.
Zip Flyer Nepal is the world’s longest, steepest, and fastest zip-line to give you the ultimate adventure experience. Zip-line is pulley suspended on a cable, 5000 feet above sea level and mounted on an incline. You are seated onto a harness and made to zip from the hill to the plain. Just imagine the adrenaline rush as you zip down at speed up to 140km/h on a cable 1.8 km long. A ride of this magnitude has never been built before and this ride will truly be the most unique experience pushing you adrenaline max. Zip Flyer Nepal is the world’s most extreme Zipline.
If you are looking for true adrenaline rush then Zip Flyer is for you. Unlike anything you’ve seen before, the Sky zip line is truly an experience not to be missed. Participants must be between 35 and 125 kg (75 and 275 pounds) and must be comfortable with the heights. This ride is not recommended for individuals with back or neck problems, or those who are pregnant. Other than that, its for all from the rest of the world.