Activities to do in Nepal
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Rafting and Kayaking in Nepal: Several companies offer trips of rafting and kayaking. www.paddlenepal.com offers several options: You can join them in Kathmandu at the phone number: (01) 4700239 and in Pokhara (06) 207077. This company is dedicated to Nepalese water sports and you may take lessons of rafting, kayaking or canoeing.
The city of Pokhara is great for a tour of an aircraft or helicopter near the high mountains. You can either use our services to make your reservations or organized on the spot.
Trekking in Nepal: Nepal is a beautiful country where most travelers love to enjoy the mountains. The trek becomes an option that many adventurers want to do in Nepal. We offer several trek whose length and difficulty vary greatly depending on the desires of each. From 3-4 days to Poon Hill, some would rather take the grand tour of Annapurna in 3 weeks. Read also « Trekking routes in Nepal »
Learning nepalese in Pokhara: Learning nepalese is an aspect that should not be overlooked as long as you want to make a genuine encounter with the people of Nepal. Indeed, the Nepalese are proud of their language and despite its exotic rythm, the nepalese language school located in Pokhara provides quality education to students with a practical knowledge of Nepali. We suggest you download the Nepali lessons available on the site and continue your learning in Nepal, at the School of Cosmic Brontausaurus language.
Climbing the Everest: reaching the top of Everest is not an adventure for everybody. If you want to make this dream a reality and conquer the top of the world, make sure that you are very healthy and you have a good experience of high mountain. If you think you fill the requirement, feel free to contact us to organise your trip climbing to the Everest Peak.
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What Are the Activities to Do During Travel in Nepal?
Here are some general ideas on what to do in Nepal, if you are clueless (I doubt you will be if you are in Nepal)
* Trekking hills
* Adventure travel
* Recreational Activities
* Religious tourism
Trekking and mountaineering:
* Trekking is one of the most popular means of spending your time in Nepal. Various trekking routes are widely popular such as the Annapurna Circuit, Everest Base camp trek, Mustang trek, Langtang trek, Annapurna base camp trek. More information on all these treks are available here.
* You could attempt to summit the Mount Everest, other mountains that are above 8000 meters or try smaller mountains and other trekking peaks.
* The Kathmandu Durbar Square, Patan Durbar Square and Bhaktapur Durbar Square represent the arts and architecture of the the Kathmandu valley during the reign of the Malla kings. They were the capitals of the fragmented Kathmandu valley at that time. The temples, stupas like the Pashupatinath, Swayambhunath, Bodhnath have gone through the changes of several centuries. They are landmarks and cultural heritages. There are some other cultural and historical heritages like Janaki Temple in Janakpur and Gorkha Durbar in Gorkha outside the Kathmandu valley.
* Taking an hour long mountain flight in the morning (October to June) to view up close the Mount Everest and other mountains on the Khumbu region.
* Organizing a jungle safari (jeep and elephant rides) and spotting the One Horned Rhinoceros, Royal Bengal Tiger, countless birds. You can also take a cultural tour of the of Tharu community in Chitwan National Park and take a look at the Elephant Breeding Centre, Gharial Breeding Center and enjoying the elephant bathing in the Rapti River.
* Bird watching in the Koshi Tappu Wildlife Reserve and Rara Lake in Rara National Park, Mugu. Both of these places are the resting places for the migratory birds during the winter in the northern hemisphere.
* Viewing the spectacular sunrise and sunset from Nagarkot, Dhulikhel, Sarangkot (Pokhara), Daman, Sauraha (Chitwan National Park) and any other vantage points.
* Rafting and kayaking in Bhote Koshi, Sunkoshi, Trisuli, Karnali, Marshyangdi, Seti and many more rivers which offer different kind of challenges which are suitable for people with a wide range of interests and capabilities.
* Hire a boat or kayak from the shores of Fewa and Begnas lake in Pokhara and enjoying the sailing.
* If you want to experience the Bungee jumping on a 160 meters deep gorge made by Bhote Koshi near border with China then contact The Last Resort. They also offer canyoning at the Last Resort.
* You could also enjoy the stunning views of Fewa Tal and the himalayan peaks while paragliding and parahawking from Sarangkot in Pokhara
* Take a ultralight (microlight) flight from Pokhara Airport to take a view of the mountains of the Dhaulagiri and the Annapurna ranges and the surroundings of Pokhara
* Mountain biking is also a means of enjoying your stay here. There are many routes in and around Kathmandu, Pokhara and other destinations as well.
* Participate in at least one of the many nepalese festivals that take place around the year.
* Bars, discos are available in Kathmandu and other major cities like Pokhara. Nepali Folk Song (Dohori) restaurants provide uniquely look into Nepali folk music.
* Just roam around the cities and enjoy it. It is a way too different from what you used to experience back home.
* Nepal is a destination for religious tourism all round the year for both the Hindus and the Buddhists. Hindus visit temples like Pashupatinath, Budhanilkantha and also stupas like Swayambhunath and Bodhnath. They also visit Lumbini, the birthplace of Buddha. Buddhists mainly visit the stupas and Lumbini. The sites are major hub for people during festivals like Shivaratri and Buddha Purnima.
* Recreational services like casinos are popular among the tourists, mainly from India.
* You could taste the Nepali (rice, lentils and curry), Newari (chatamari) and the Tibetan (mo mo, thukpa) dishes that are popular in Nepal
* You could try volunteering in the monasteries, orphanages, schools, health posts and hospitals, and communities. Combine volunteering with activities mentioned above.
* Buy curios, pashminas, thangkas, handicrafts and other souvenirs in shops and stalls in Thamel in Kathmandu and around the places tourists visit for your loved ones back home.
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Trekking and Hiking in Nepal
by: Subash Kc
Ever since Nepal’s tourism door was opened to the foreigners, it has been most well known most famous trek destination in the world. There are Several routes to choose for trekking but some routes are very popular. Langtang, Everest Annapurna are probably the most popular trekking routes in the world. There are many reasons to be these routes most popular. This reason were introduced to trekkers specially foreigners long time before. There are many proves where tourists trekked before 1950. There reason are easier to access. One can drive or fly to starting place easily. Clean comfortable lodges are also available along the routes. It is not necessary to bring own tents foods while doing trek. The tea houses serve fresh, delicious hygienic meals drinks throughout trekking. It is also easier to organize these trekking as the trekkers don’t need special trekking permission from ministry of tourism civil aviation. Remotes restricted routes required special permit that costs US$ 90 to US$ 700 per weeks but the popular routes such as Langtang , Annapurna Everest don’t required it so that it lower expenses on tourists also. There routes are possible to trek in all seasons. Still tented accommodation private kitchen can be your option to avoid disturbances from the crowd .
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