Things to do in Nepal

We offer varieties of activities for national as well as internal tourists from simple fun activities to different adventure sports. Generally, adventure sports are a bit risky but more fun you are an adventure loving kind of person. The motives of these activities are to familiarize visitors with local cultures, communities, environment along with fun, adventures and exotic experience in the lap of nature.

Trekking in Nepal

Nepal is one of the best Himalayan countries with diverse topological features, hence trekking becomes the most desired activity by tourists mainly in hills and the Himalayan ranges. Not to mention Mount Everest over and over again, it has altogether eight peaks out of ten highest peaks in the world. Nepal is not that advanced in infrastructures all over the nation, that’s why most beautiful landscapes are only accessible on foot. Regions with less human invasion, isolation, peace and lifestyles of local people are fascinating factors — they said — when we asked the visitors.

Everest Base Camp Trek

Annapurna Base Camp Trek

Langtang Valley Treks

Upper Mustang Trek

Ghandruk Trek

Gokyo Lakes and Gokyo Ri Trek

Hiking in Nepal

There are numerous places for hiking in Nepal. The places near Kathmandu valley are generally suitable for short route hiking whereas there are many other long route hiking destinations. Few hiking routes that we recommend are:

  • Nagarkot

  • Phulchowki

  • Nagarjun

  • Kakani

  • Dhulikhel

  • Daman

  • Pokhara

  • Gorkha

Hiking route near Kathmandu valley, like Nagarkot, Phulchowki, Nagarjun, Kakani and Dhulikhel are also famous for Cycling.

Day Tour in Nepal

There are excellent day tour destinations inside kathmandu valley and outside the valley as well. Day tours are generally preferred for relishing local cultures, lifestyle, history, arts, museum, shrines, local markets and adventure sports. Inside the valley, kathmandu, Bhaktapur and Lalitpur, boasting its seven places listed in the UNESCO World Heritage Sites, are famous for historical places and different shrines. Around the valley, Kakani, Dhulikhel, Nagarkot, Shivapuri, Nagarjun etc are famous for day tour as well as cycling. Following are the most desired day tour destinations in Nepal:

  • Kathmandu Valley Day Tour (Kathmandu, Bhaktapur  and Lalitpur)

  • Nagarkot Day Tour and Hiking

  • Dhulikhel Day Tour and Hiking

  • Kakani Day Tour and Hiking

  • Shivapuri Day Tour and Hiking

  • Pokhara Day Tour

  • Chitwan Day Tour

  • Bhotekoshi River (Rafting) Day Trip

  • Trisuli River (Rafting) Day Trip

  • Bhotekoshi River (Bungy) Day Trip

 Adventure Sports

There is no doubt that Nepal with its great Himalayan ranges, green hills, breathtaking gorges, turbulent rivers and great natural scenery can serve as the best destination for varieties of adventure activities. The most desired adventure activities in Nepal are:

  • Bungy Jumping

One of the world famous bungy can be experienced at The Last Resort into the Bhotekoshi river gorge with 500ft(160m) of depth, regarded as the one of the longest free fall in the world.

  • Paragliding

 Pokhara, apart from its beautiful scenery, is also famous for paragliding which is a newly introduced adventure sport in Nepal. Since paragliding is a weather dependent sport, the best months to fly are from November to February. The main areas for flying are the Annapurna region (where the great Himalayan scenery can be experienced), Pokhara valley, lakes and hills around the city.
  • Mountain Flight

 If you wish to see the Himalayas but a bit reluctant for trekking and peak climbing, the Mountain Flight is the best and easier option for you. You can fly over the greatest Himalayan ranges of Nepal like Everest, Kanchenjunga, Ganesh Himal etc. Mountain flights are operated in morning except the months of monsoon (June and July).
  • Mountain Biking

Mountain biking is another preferred activity by visitors which is a good refreshment around the city and hills. Popular mountain biking spots are Nagarkot, Kakani, Balaju, Sankhu, Bhaktapur, Dhulikhel etc. Biking around these areas also provides good observations of lifestyles and local cultures as well.

  • Rock Climbing

 Rock climbing involves the climbing up or down in a natural or artificial rock wall that is challenging and require a lot of physical and mental strength as well as balance. Rock climbing is a risky activity if conducted without proper safety measures. The Nagarjun Forest Reserve and Hattiban are good spots for rock climbing.
  • Canyoning

Canyoning is the activity of traveling in canyons/waterfalls via varieties of techniques (abseiling, sliding, jumping and swimming). Jalbire is a famous spot Canyoning near kathmandu valley. It also involves risks if not well equipped with the required gears before starting.