Nepal is synonymous with adventure. There is so much one can do here apart from the normal adventure activities that are promoted by tour agencies. People come here for trekking, rafting, bungee and climbing among many others but there are other adventure sports that one can do here too like zip-lining, kayaking, canoeing, rock climbing and slacklining.
With high peaks, rolling hills, deep canyons and long rivers, there is a multitude of outdoor adventure sports you can try in Nepal. Some are practically synonymous with the country in the minds of travellers, while others might be a little more unexpected. Read on to discover where to find your next adrenaline rush in the Himalayas. But, finding the right areas for these activities can be quite tedious as there are only a few areas where these are done. Today, we bring you a list of five major adventure sports and the locations where these can be done.
Nepal is perfect for every traveler seeking a varied experience taking you closer to nature, endangered animals and exploring protected habitats. When it comes to nature and wildlife adventures in Nepal, Chitwan wildlife tour is the unbeatable destination
Bardia Jungle Safari offers life time experience of wilderness and nature walk where you can able to observe more than 250 species of birds, 30 different types of mammals, varieties of reptiles and aquatic animals.
White Water Rafting on the Trishuli River is an excellent opportunity to observe the diversity of demography, landscapes, and cultural heritage and the flora and fauna of Nepal. You can experience the thrills of white-water on the course of short adventure trip
Just like these, paragliding is another adventure activity which attracts the tourists who want to soar in the sky. Imagine yourself flying in the sky like a bird, and when you look down, all you can see is the wonders of nature. Paragliding in Nepal gives an opportunity for aerial view of the Himalayas.
Mountain Flight also known as Everest Experience flight in Nepal Himalayas is the panoramic encounter with the highest peaks of the world that everyone should try once in their lives. The shortest approach to the elevated Himalayan peaks including Everest.
Bungee is an adventure sport that has been quite popular in Nepal ever since it was first established. The thrill people get when jumping off a suspension bridge is second to none. Initially, there was only one spot in Nepal where this could be done