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Adventure Sports in Nepal

Adventure Sports in Nepal – “The Fun Par Superb”
If you want an experience a vacation that you and your loved ones crave to enjoy to the fullest, preeminent idea would be to check on adventure deals to Nepal. You, your family and friends will incontestably enjoy a holiday here. The experience can alleviate you from the pressure brought by your daily mince. All you got to do is to grab your favorite adventure gears (Can be bought and hired) and head to Nepal.

Adventure sport travelling is a fast growing yet slightest understood form of International Tourism. On the contrary Nepal ensures an adventurer to have all that’s needed and dream of. With wide range of geographical features from high altitude mountains to lowland terrain, semi arid desert to misty and moisture environment. Nepal offers a wide range of adventures be it in air, on land, on water, etc.

The admissible role of Adventure Tourism in the economic development of remote areas and its positive effect on local community, economy, and the environment are being statured out gradually by many countries like Nepal. With its steady growth, adventure tourism in Nepal will play a significant role for national and local development in the leading edge areas.

Adventure Activities in Nepal
Trekking is still the most popular sport among visitors of Nepal. Charismatic Landscape and irresistible flora and fauna have always made Nepal as paramount trekking and hiking adventure destination. Hiking and Trekking in Nepal will definitely be a one life time experiences. Once you visited Nepal you feel like coming back over and over again main reasons being friendly treatment with utmost decent and respectful behavior, helpful nature and charming face of Nepalese people as a whole. Trekking in Nepal is one of the best options to explore extraordinary biodiversity, geography and panorama.

Jungle Safari in the Terai is ideal to see Nepal’s rare assortment of animals and birds. An endeavor into the abundant green forest on an Elephant’s back in the Terai region crossing rivers and swamps will give an added opportunity to discover Flora and Fauna of Nepal and meanwhile encounter rare animals and birds closely. It is suggested that you to be prepared for a royal treat because Royal Bengal tiger possibly will surprise you by his grandiose appearance.

Mountain Biking is another wonderful adventure sport and since Nepal is enriched with diverse terrain. It tenders environmental friendly way to discover the magnificent landscape and vibrant ethnicity and the remarkable heritage. Peddling through the unknown trails of the rarely visited pastoral villages, you will encounter many smiling faces waving hands as a happiness gesture that lives a simple life with peace and harmony practicing their identifiable culture and speaking some of their own parlance.

Bungee Jumping over the 160m high bridge of Bhote Koshi, one of the world’s wildest raging river that rushes down from the Himalayas is a massive package of Adventure Sports. The bungee jumping can possibly be done in other countries too but not in the natural location. Thus, bungee jumping in Nepal will grant a great opportunity to the visitors of Nepal to enjoy the great adventurous activities.

White Water Rafting: This sport offers a unique opportunity for an amazing wild water experience with the rapids of different levels making you’re crave for adventure even pleasurable. After a briefing about safe rafting in Nepal from you river guide, you will be all set for your rafting trip down the river grades of 3 & 4. You will enjoy one of the most thrilling white water river rafting in Trishuli River for 3 heavenly hours. The rafting trip will surely to give you the most inconceivable experience filled with paramount thrill and excitement.

Paragliding: The climate and geographical structure of Nepal have made it one of the best places for paragliding after Switzerland. Paragliding tour in Nepal takes you over some of the best scenery on earth such as beautiful lakes, spectacular peaks, stunning overhead view of the city, monasteries, temples, small lakes and jungles and flight across one hill after another. The main area for paragliding is the Pokhara valley in Nepal commanding the three of the world’s 8000m peaks with friendly and the condition for paragliding. This adventure sport has earned a good reputation among the whole world in the field of paragliding in very short span of time. The sport has been able to attract the minds of tourist by providing an opportunity to view the pristine nature from air. This also provides the once in a lifetime experience to the tourist. This definitely can be a wonderful experience for all the adventure seekers. Apart from Pokhara, Kathmandu and Dharan have also recently started the paragliding.

Mountain Flight: Mountain flight offers you to encounter with the highest mountains of the world closet aerial views. This mountain flight could be the best for those travelers who are restricted by the time for trekking. Mountain flight offers you a opportunity to take a close look of the mountains you probably must have dreamt of climbing. The mountain flight tenders you the panoramic view of the Himalayas within one hour, it’s a very sparkling clear journey across the world’s highest peaks Mt. Everest (8848m) and the other ranges of Himalayas like Gauri Shanker (7134m), Nuptse (7855m), Lhotse (8516m), Amadablam (6812m), Chamland (7319m), Makalu (8463m), Cho Oyu (8201m), etc to name amongst mountains you would be able to view from its top.

Mountain Expedition: Mountaineering in Nepal is one of the most attraction and courageous part of adventure rather than trekking. This beautiful Himalayan country is one of the best paradises that have met anyone who wants to conquer high mountains on their own foot. This small nation is the land of world’s top highest peaks including Mt. Everest which is majestically crowned to the north.

Bird Watching: Nepal most definitely is a paradise for the bird watchers, with several National Parks and conservation areas it enables a large territory for the bird watchers to have options as per their interest and time. Nepal is rich with more than 850 species of birds and surprisingly handful number of those birds can be spotted in and around Kathmandu valley. Bird watching is practiced in almost every corner of Nepal, ranging from scorching plains of Koshi Tapu, Chitwan, Bardia which are main sites to the mountains of Everest and Annapurna range which are eminent areas for well-known species of birds.
The easily reachable spots around Kathmandu valleys are Nagarjun, Godavari, Phulchowki which are popular bird watching vicinity. Taudaha Lake which falls on the way to Dakshinkali is very close to the city and is an ideal spot for watching migratory water fowl during winter season.

Peak Climbing: Nepal is world wildly known as the world’s best destination for expedition and peak climbing. Peak Climbing in Nepal is a mesmerizing dream for many mountain ramblers. Peak climbing normally means climbing peaks which are basically above the height of 5,500m and below 7,000m. Nepal has blessed in abundance with peaks hence has opened around 1310 peaks that are above 5500m for peak climbing. Some of these smaller peaks also referred as ‘trekking peaks’ are governed by Nepal Mountaineering Association (NMA), a private body entrusted to promote mountaineering and preserve mountain environment. Among them, 33 peaks have been labeled ‘A’ and ‘B’ peaks by Nepal Mountaineering Association. The climbing permit for these 33 peaks is issued by Nepal Mountaineering Association and the rest is handled by the Government of Nepal.

Cannoning: An adventurous journey through intimate passages of knotted rock and powerful blasts of water as our expert guide lead you sliding, jumping and swimming down steep canyon walls to pristine pools down below. Nepal’s unique Cannoning zones is stimulated by breathtaking landscape of untouched jungle with multiple tumbling waterfalls dropping one after another into a fresh pools down below. You are cordially invited to step outside of your relieve zone and experience one of the Nepal’s best reserved coverts.

Rock Climbing: Nepal offers numerous Rock Climbing sites which is yet another exciting and adventurous opportunity to adherent of sport with climbings suitable for both experts and apprentice. Balaju (Nagarjun forest), Hattiban Rock Climbing Site, Thame Rock Climbing Site, Kakani Rock Climbing Site, Bimal Nagar Rock Climbing Site (Near Bandipur), etc. are few names to be mentioned.

Snow Boarding: With no doubts, Nepal is a home to many of the world’s highest snow capped peaks yet downhill skiing is extremely thrilling adventure. The snowline in Nepal is extremely high some ranging around 15,000 feet altitude that can also cause health risks but Nepal has opened few skiing few spots which are good for suitable for both experts and apprentice. Nepal does not have any ski lifts yet hence Helicopter drops are arranged accordingly which yet is another adventure.

Fresh Water Fishing: Fishing in Nepal is all about Fresh Water Fishing, the water that is originated from the snowy Himalayas of Nepal. If you are passionate angler, Nepal indeed is the best place to be. There nearly about 200 species of fishes in the Himalayan lakes and rivers of Nepal. The Himalayan Masheer is most popular species found in the rivers of Nepal. The other species namely Goonch, illusive catfish are yet another species among the other species for angling in Nepal. Nepal is also popular for sport fishing, you can travel and start fishing in most spectacular rivers like Koshi, Karnali, Marshyangdi, Betrawati, Trisuli, Indrawati. While you are fishing you need to be attentive because you might encounter with intimidating crocodiles and even exquisite Himalayan Dolphins which are common in Koshi, Rapti and Narayani River.

Some Popular Fish Species in Nepal
• Masheer (Sahar)
• Deep Bodied Masheer
• Copper Mahasheer (Katle)
• Freshwater Shark (Gounch)
• Jalkapoor
• Freshwater Eel (Raj Bam)
• River Catfish (Bachawa)
• Giant Murrel (Saur)
• Mud Eel (Hile Bam)
• Feather Back (Patali)
• Knife Fish (Chitala)
• Catfish (Buari)
• Tenger Catfish (Tengri)

Honey Hunting: In Nepal honey hunting is a practice that has descended numerous civilizations as an ancient culture. Indigenous people of Nepal basically started this activity some thousands of years. The bee assembles their hives on the high cliffs and the foothills which almost look like a marble of gold hanging high, the honey hunters displays their exceptional proficiency hanging themselves from cliffs as soaring as 300 meters using only bamboo ladders and hemp ropes to bring down the hive soaked in pure honey. Nepal has many locations for Honey Hunting which normally are located in the Himalayan Range and country side region. You can enjoy this adventure through the steep bee cliffs and experience the tradition and culture of the local people in places like Bhujung, Nai Chi, Pasgaon, Naya Goan, Ludhi, Dare which are the most popular areas for this adventurous activity.

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Annapurna Region Treks

The Annapurna region is a majestic section of the Himalayas which is one of the most geographically and culturally diverse regions for trekking! King Mahendra Trust for Nature Conservation and The (ACAP) Annapurna Conservation Area Project has been working together and has declared the region as area of conservation and sustainable development. Stretched over 7629 sq. km., the area swanks a variety of diverse cultures, tribes and castes as the Brahmins, Chettris, Newars, Gurungs, Magars, Manangis and the Tibetans. This area is also rich in sub-tropical lowlands, deep valleys, bamboo plants, oak and rhododendron tree forests, alpine meadows, desolate desert plateaus and the gigantic Annapurna Mountains.

Annapurna Himal and the town of Pokhara dominates Annapurna area. Three major trekking routes in this region are Jomsom, to Annapurna sanctuary and Annapurna circuit. Pokhara is also a good starting place for a number of short treks of 1 to 4 days duration. The famous Annapurna Circuit Trek, Annapurna Sanctuary Trek, Jomsom Muktinath Trek and The Royal Trek are some of the most prominent hiking and trekking trails within the Annapurna Region. Short and long trekking is practicable in Annapurna region which are equally interesting and adventerous. You can visit such one of world’s highest lake, which is popularly known as Tilicho lake and another newly founded lake which goes by the name Ice Lake. The ice lake, can be hiked up back to Manang in Same day. Upper Mustang trekking area also goes along with Annapurna Conservation Area Project (ACAP permit) via Jomsom.

The Annapurna Region was emblazoned as a Conservation Area in 1986. Around half of the hikers visiting Nepal visit to the Annapurna Region every year. With ample of guest houses and hotels it has become rather become easier for us to provide you the best accommodation and cuisines during the trek. This region offers unbelievably assorted landscape, with high extravagant mountains and low land. This route also proffers unique Gurung culture to expose and familiarize with them. Annapurna region trekking can let you glance into a breath taking views of top mountains such as Dhaulagiri (8,167m), Manaslu (8,156m), Annapurna I (8,091m), Machhapuchhre (6,996m), Nilgiri (6,940m), Tukche peak (6,920m), Annapurna South (7,219m) and many more which goes without any precise names.

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Bungy Jump in Nepal

Bungee Jumping over the 160m high bridge of Bhote Koshi, one of the world’s wildest raging river that rushes down from the Himalayas is a massive package of Adventure Sports. The bungee jumping can possibly be done in other countries too but not in the natural location. Thus, bungee jumping in Nepal will grant a great opportunity to the visitors of Nepal to enjoy the great adventurous activities.

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Everest Region Treks

The moment one hears a name of Everest it is enough for anyone to picture a moment standing in a place on top of the world with peaceful environment and breathtaking panoramic view of the mountains. Everest which stands 8848Mts high has other names popular in Nepal it is popularly known as “SAGARMATHA” in Nepali meaning “Higher than the Sky” and “CHHOMOLUNGMA” in Tibetan meaning “Mother Goddess of the Earth”.

The route stretches in the highest wildlife reserve in the world, the “Sagarmatha National Park.” It covers an average area of 1,148 sq. km. of Himalayan ecological zone. The park altitudes ranges from 2,845m at Monju to the top of the world, UNESCO listed the park as a World Heritage Site in 1979 for its unique natural, cultural and landscape characteristics. It is also the home to two eight thousand meters giants Cho Oyu (8,201m) and Lhotse (8,516m) besides these there are several other famous peaks above 6,000m. Apparently Everest region trekking changes trekkers some sort of self- pretentious because being near and around to the highest part of the world provides a sense of delight and glorifying achievement.

The trek in this region pursue through the track of the Dudh Kosi, the ‘River of Milk’, gradually climbing through forests covered by rhododendron and magnolia. It takes one to the foothills of the mightiest of the mountains in the world. Through the trail, one passes through rhododendron and pine forests, crystal clear water rivers, Sherpa villages and Buddhist Monasteries from temperate to snow line regions. Trekkers acquire a spectacular close view of the world’s greatest mountains, Everest, Lhotse, Nuptse, Ama Dablam, Thamserku, Tawache and many other unnamed mountains and peaks.

The people of this exotic province, the hard crumble in the daily life in the high Himalayas is interrupted by seasons of feasts and festivals, marked by dancing and general merry making. Most of the festivals are of religious importance and celebrated in the temples and monasteries, with rites conducted by lamas (priests). These festivals are extended through the full moon days of May, June, July, August and November in different sections of the Himalayas. While the Sherpas are the most prevalent inhabitants of Solukhumbu, in the lower region of Solu, the Khaling Rai culture reign as well. In Khumbu which has a limited land for agriculture, livestock raising and trade is more imperative, while Solu with less severe winters grows a mixture of staple crops.

Expeditions in Nepal

Not all can go for this adventure but we at Great Adventure treks and Expedition (P.) Ltd. helps and makes it possible for our valued clients to make their dream come true. It is the most demanding yet very exciting and challenging adventurous activity.

Nepal is enriched with 8 out of the 14 highest peaks in the world and thousands of mountaineers visit Nepal to comprehend their dream of standing on the summit of Himalayas. The world’s supreme mountain Mt. Everest (8,848m), the 3rd highest Kanchenjunga (8,586m), the 4th Mt. Lhotse (8,516m), the 5th Mt. Makalu (8,463m), the 6th Cho Oyu (8,201m), the 7th Mt. Dhaulagiri (8,167m), the 8th Manaslu (8,163m) and the 10th Mt. Annapurna (8,091 m) respectively are located in Nepal!

Thousands of trekkers and mountaineers come to Nepal every year pursuing to climb both the trekking peaks and highest mountains such as the Mt. Everest. Special permits are required for climbing these peaks. Presently almost 300 trekking peaks are being operated by Nepal Mountaineering Association (A Government Recognized Body). However for peaks over 7000m, government itself regulates the issuance of permits.

Great Adventure Treks and Expedition (P.) Ltd. operates mountaineering expeditions with experienced climbers and mountain guides. Our mountain guides and Sherpas have years of experience in operating such expeditions successfully. We arrange a special meeting between our clients and Climbing Staffs before we actually go for the adventure so as to make sure there is a complete understanding between the two parties and the Guide illustrates every way to avoid blunders while in action and even have Short Codes of Emergencies if in case is required. Depending on your interest and your level of physical and mental fitness as well as technical skills, we can offer you varied choices and options.

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Fishing in Nepal

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Home Stay in Nepal

A Home Stay truly is the cultural trade in which one person visiting or temporarily staying in another country lives with a family in the host country. The actual concept of home stay program is considered to be an alternative to hotel accommodation in the hospitality industry. It’s one of the exceptional opportunity based mostly in an urban towns and villages. This concept has been instigated effective from August 17, 2010. The prime intention of home stay is to enhance rural people’s participation in the tourism sector. Nepal offers two types of home stay Community Homestay and Private Homestay. The concept has brought drastic change in economy of the people living in rural area as it enhances employment in many folds.

Living in a Nepali village as a home stay guest is unquestionably the quickest way to know the real Nepal better. The plans of daily activities in the home stay have always been the major attraction for tourists. What more to expect when you are with a room typically based into some culture unlike yours and you learn things new every hour. The rooms are ensured to be hygienically clean and cozy and typical foods and facilities and safety in the room.

Sirubari and Ghalegaon are the pioneer villages in this concept and has always been the favorite ever since. Regardless you have lots of options these days which can be arranged as per your time interest and budget. Chitwan, Makwanpur and Nuwakot have individually more than a dozen places to stay. Gorkha, Ilam, Palpa, Syangja, Kailali and Kalikot too are offering you the facility of home stay. Surprisingly Kathmandu itself offers more than a dozen Community Home Stay and few Private Home Stay lately.

Jungle Safari in Nepal

Chitwan National Park, Bardia National Park together with 11 other national parks in Nepal are prosperous in different kind of flora and wildlife, such as the rare enormous one horned rhinoceros, several species of deer, Himalayan bear, leopard, Himalayan dolphin, crocodile, birds, Bengal tiger, etc. living in these parks in their natural habitation. The Safari in Nepal is very popular for elephant safari, dugout canoeing, nature walk, bird watching, jungle excursion and visiting the village of local tribes called Tharu.

Chitwan National Park which is located in the central Terai and Bardia National Park is located in the western Terai which provides the Nepal’s best wildlife and nature screening places in Asia. Activities like tour on the back of an mighty elephant, jeep and on boat has been always admired by travelers. You will have a choice choose jungle lodges, tents and guest houses wherein you can discover the Nepal’s Parks and its wildlife. The tented camp and the jungle resort in the area are highly applauded for close animal sighting is the main attraction of these resorts.

Another remarkable Jungle safari spot Bardia National Park which is situated in western Terai of Nepal is one of the largest uninterrupted parks in the region. This park is the residence of many endangered animals, reptiles and birds – including the indescribable Tiger. Bardia has also been a excellent place for tiger viewing – a rare event anywhere else. Sightings of a group of wild elephants have further enhanced the wildlife experience possible in this beautiful and unblemished sanctuary.

The Kosi Barrage and the Kosi Tapu situated in east Nepal provides one of the best places in Nepal to sight migrant waterfall, waders and shoreline birds during the winter months. Many species which are not verified elsewhere in the region have been seen here. Thousands of birds assemble here in January and February before they migrate north when the warm weather begins.

Langtang and Helambu Region Treks

The Langtang Valley lies to the North of Kathmandu extending to the borders of Tibet. It is a beautiful alpine region which includes some principal examples of temperate and sub alpine vegetation. Trekking in Langtang ensures you a trek across a less crowded hiking trail which indeed is a beautiful land. Langtang region is easily reachable from the capital city Kathmandu, its Southern border is located only 32 kilometers away from the valley. Langtang though is one of the most accessible trekking regions but it offers a wasteland experience without the sometimes grueling travel involved.

The Langtang Region is protected and also known as the Langtang National Park which spreading around an area of 1,710 sq.km. Although this region is close to Kathmandu, its hiking trails are not very teeming as most of the trekkers visiting Nepal choose to trek around the Annapurna and Everest region. Trek to Langtang can be started from Kathmandu where you can drive approximately 40 minutes from a place called Sundarijal or Dhunche/Syabru Benshi which requires about 6/7 hours drive. Trekking for Tamang heritage and Ganesh Himal trek also starts from Syabru Benshi. Langtang region inhabited mostly by ethnic groups and mostly follows traditionally Tibetan Buddhism. Most people from this region depend on agricultural and some are into tourism professions like running of lodges for tourism purpose.

A visit to the Langtang valley offers an immense opportunity to survey the Tamang culture and their villages, climbing small peaks and visiting glaciers at a more comfortable elevation than other exhausting trekking regions. Treks may vary in this region, some can return to the road head at Dhunche for the journey back to Kathmandu or alternatively continue exploring extending a further six days to trek through the Sacred Lakes of Gosainkund (4300 meters) and the Helambu region. Helambu region lies to the south of the Langtang region; it is a flourishing area to the north of Kathmandu inhabited by Sherpa and Tamang people. The Sherpas of this region surprisingly are very different in their day to day practices from their cousins in the Everest region. The region comprises beautiful forests and very lively and interesting villages. This area is easily accessible from Kathmandu and is ideal for people with less time to spare in Nepal.

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Mountain Biking in Nepal

Mountain Biking is another wonderful adventure sport and since Nepal is enriched with diverse terrain. It tenders environmental friendly way to discover the magnificent landscape and vibrant ethnicity and the remarkable heritage. Peddling through the unknown trails of the rarely visited pastoral villages, you will encounter many smiling faces waving hands as a happiness gesture that lives a simple life with peace and harmony practicing their identifiable culture and speaking some of their own parlance.

Paragliding in Nepal

Paragliding: The climate and geographical structure of Nepal have made it one of the best places for paragliding after Switzerland. Paragliding tour in Nepal takes you over some of the best scenery on earth such as beautiful lakes, spectacular peaks, stunning overhead view of the city, monasteries, temples, small lakes and jungles and flight across one hill after another. The main area for paragliding is the Pokhara valley in Nepal commanding the three of the world’s 8000m peaks with friendly and the condition for paragliding. This adventure sport has earned a good reputation among the whole world in the field of paragliding in very short span of time. The sport has been able to attract the minds of tourist by providing an opportunity to view the pristine nature from air. This also provides the once in a lifetime experience to the tourist. This definitely can be a wonderful experience for all the adventure seekers. Apart from Pokhara, Kathmandu and Dharan have also recently started the paragliding.

Peak Climbing in Nepal

Nepal is world wildly known as the world’s best destination for expedition and peak climbing. Peak Climbing in Nepal is a mesmerizing dreams for many mountain rambler. Peak climbing normally means climbing peaks which are basically above the height of 5,500m and below 7,000m. Nepal has blessed in abundance with peaks hence has opened around 1310 peaks that are above 5500m for peak climbing. Some of these smaller peaks also referred as ‘trekking peaks’ are governed by Nepal Mountaineering Association (NMA), a private body entrusted to promote mountaineering and preserve mountain environment. Among them, 33 peaks have been labeled ‘A’ and ‘B’ peaks by Nepal Mountaineering Association. The climbing permit for these 33 peaks is issued by Nepal Mountaineering Association and the rest is handled by the Government of Nepal.

Basic mountaineering skills such as using ice axes, walking on crampons, utilizing rope techniques, glacier walking, rock climbing etc are required for the Peak Climbing Adventure. With our team of experienced Sherpas and guides, these mountains can be climbed by both experienced as well as novice climbers. These peaks are especially appropriate for those who do not have longer time and limited by physical ability but still interested in climbing and experiencing mountain expedition.

Climbing peaks will also obviously involve trekking letting you have the experience of trekking and climbing at the same time. Great Adventure Treks & Expedition has been organizing peak climbing successfully for many years with experienced Sirdars and climbing Sherpa guides. Whether you are a beginner or a professional climber, we can help you achieve your dream of reaching the summit. Peak climbing can be arranged either as an individual or group. We arrange all the logistics from climbing equipments to assembling the climbing permits from Nepal Mountaineering Association and the concerned government department.

The best season for Peak Climbing in Nepal is either in the spring (March, April and May) or in the autumn (September, October and November). Climbing peaks categorized as A, B and Others. (Note: ‘A’ and ‘B’ peaks climbing requires special climbing permits while ‘Others’ peaks climbing do not)

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River Rafting in Nepal

White Water Rafting: This sport offers a unique opportunity for an amazing wild water experience with the rapids of different levels making you’re crave for adventure even pleasurable. After a briefing about safe rafting in Nepal from you river guide, you will be all set for your rafting trip down the river grades of 3 & 4. You will enjoy one of the most thrilling white water rivers rafting in Trishuli River for 3 heavenly hours. The rafting trip will surely to give you the most inconceivable experience filled with paramount thrill and excitement.

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Tour in Nepal

Nepal is the eventual destination for the travelers form any part of the world and tourists enjoying holidays in a beautiful land-locked country. Decorate along the spinal column of the high Himalaya, Nepal is a land of inspiring scenery, time-worn temples, deepest gorge, highest lake, eight out of ten highest peaks and some of the best challenging hiking trails on the earth. Nepal globally might me one of the poor country, but it is uniquely rich in scenic brilliance and cultural treasures.

Nepal is situated between India and Tibet, the Kingdom of Nepal is filled with as many different ethnic groups, customs and traditions as it is diverse in geography. Ranging from the hot Indian plains and sweltering southern Tarai lowlands, the topography crosses the Kathmandu Valley and rises to the frozen altitude of the Himalayan peaks towards the beautiful Tibetan plateau known as the ‘roof of the world’. Dispersed across these diverse altitudes are communities of colorful cultures and people, many even untouched by the modern development; vibrant cities and towns, and remote mountain villages.

Life here revolves around an elaborate intermingling of ancient Hindu and Buddhist religious rituals. Several festivals are celebrated throughout the year colored by a diversity of religious and tribal traditions. The capital of Kathmandu accumulates a mixture of these different societies together into a exciting collection of brilliant sights and exotic stench, with modern shops co-existing with street sellers, while astounding Buddhist temples, holy Sadhus of the Hindu faith and medieval palace squares fill the urban landscape.

What makes Nepal a perfect destination is the blazes it has of its own kind which can possibly not be found in any other countries. Major people imagine tours to be limited to marking shapes and beauties of Monasteries and Temples but we at Great Adventure Treks & Expedition have wider vision of tours. When we talk about tours, we talk about enjoying the flora and fauna of the nature, having adventure in Chitwan, discovering new ways of entertaining our guests, visiting Nagarkot for an extravagant view of the Himalayas, visit Pokhara and tour around lake which is no doubt one of the most beautiful places on earth.

Historic and religious tour is yet another part where Nepal tops the world. Lord Buddha was born in Nepal, Buddha is the symbol of peace. Swyambhunath, Boudhanath temples are equally fun to visit and enjoy the view of the city, Nepal has the oldest and highest mountain Mount Everest 8,848 meters. Pashupatinath is yet another icon for Hindu Religion, sitting by the bank of river Baghmati gives one another peace of mind and pleasure. Book tours from a wide range of most interesting tours in Nepal of your preference. We have a selection of the very best Nepal tour packages that you could possibly imagine about. Nepal is been blessed by has everything: the high Himalayas, beautiful city, green valley, semi desert and truly diverse culture where each culture teaches you different ethnicity and values.

What more can one want when one is surrounded by Himalayas, the panoramic view of Himalayas is just breath taking and mesmerizing. The panoramic views of the mountain and a diversity of beautiful landscapes will fascinate you and make your visit one of the most romantic and memorable that you have experienced.

We believe in saying “Guests are another form of God.” Nepal’s culture, history, landscape, mountain views, and the genuine warmth and openness of its people makes your tour very enjoyable and memorable for life time. Cultural tourism opens up to a great diversity of each part of Nepal, from the west to the east, or from the south to the north, showing its own cultural environment. More than one hundred five ethnic groups and around 100 languages, Tradition, religion, beliefs, customs, language, social organization, lifestyle and people are important aspects of Nepal’s culture. Sacred places of pilgrimage, historical monuments and funerals reflect the rich and varied culture of Nepal.

We will make sure to arrange tour of your preferences with our expert dedicated team. Come Explore Nepal Your Way With Us.