Things to do in Nepal

Expedition and Mountaineering

Are you ready to see, climb, explore, and conquer eight out of ten highest summits? Mt. Everest may be fun. Since, way back, glittering icy peaks have challenged the minds and bodies of those who dare! And still it holds the field. Are you ready?

Trekking and hiking

Trekking in Nepal takes you through a country that has captured the imagination of mountaineers and explorers for more than 100 years. Explore the diversity of Himalayan Nation to experience the ethnic groups, cultures, traditions and life of simple but rich in culture and heritage Nepalese.

Rafting and kayaking

We have rivers ready to take you to the world's greatest water adventures. Very few or none of other rafting rivers may match the thundering courses of the rivers in Nepal. They are straight from the snowy meltdowns.

Jungle Safari

God has blessed us to be very rich in wildlife and natural habitats. They are preserved and protected in National Parks, Wildlife Sanctuaries and Game Reserves. One-horned rhinoceros, Royal Bengal Tiger, deer, blue bull, wild buffaloes, wild boar, Indian Rock python, Gharial-crocodile, are few of the major animals found across Nepal. Voyage into deep jungle and grass lands on elephant or in four-wheel drive (old fashioned Wrangler-jeep) and view and feel this unique gift of Nepal.

Bird Watching

Nepal is a paradise for birds. Believe Nepal is habitat for more than 848 species (almost 8% of the world’s total) of birds. Nepal is the finest natural sanctuary for migratory as well as local birds. Clean your binoculars to experience the nature’s present.

Biking and cycling

Do you like biking? It can be great idea to explore the magnificent places in Nepal. It offers an environmentally sound way of exploring this magnificent country, its landscape and living heritage. Prepare to experience wildest fantasy with your bike we have plenty of country roads and trails.


Those who would enjoy by seeing rather than walking, we have Helicopter-trekking to experience (the best alternative) the panoramic view of the Himalayas of Nepal. If you are a non-trekker, charter a helicopter and experience all the adventure, pleasure and excitement of an authentic trek.

Paragliding and micro-flight

Take memory back a life -time memory from just a 30 to 45 minutes flight. Glide silently over the colorful awakening cities of Kathmandu and Pokhara to have eagle’s views of the valleys, hills, rural settings, and the Himalaya. Similarly you can experience life from a new perspective through mircrolight flights in the proximity of the mountains and the scenic lakes. It might be lonely at the top, but the spectacular view from up high certainly makes it all worth.

Mountain flight

Get ready to encounter the tallest mountains of the earth through mountain flight and feel like entering in another world. Views of Mt. Everest, Kanchenjunga and the Tibetan Plateau through mountain flight are really amazing and fantastic.


Nepal is the biggest natural museum in the world. Its unique landscape, natural beauty and massive mountains are magnificent. Nepal’s eight cultural sites and two national parks have been inscribed in the World Heritage site list. Explore them, and feel the beauty.

Pony/horse trekking

Pony/horse trekking in Nepal offers a unique adventure journey to make your family holiday enjoyable. Trekkers who are unable to walk on foot in the trans- Himalayan region can make their trekking trip to Nepal and explore their imagination through the means of pony/horse trekking.

Bungy jumping

Are you gutsy enough to leap from a height of 160 meters in to a tropical gorge? Then be ready to yell along the south of Bhote Koshi River. Ultimate Bungy in Bhote Koshi river from a suspension bridge is one of the longest free-falls in the world to challenge your courage. You will certainly exult at your courage. Are you ready for the challenge?


Nepal is the confluence of two great religions-Hinduism and Buddhism, distinguished in the world as the “Land of the Living Goddess-Kumari” Lumbini, the birthplace of “Lord Buddha”, and Janakpur, the birthplace of “Sita”, consort of Lord Ram, are all located in Nepal. Pashupatinath Temple, one of the holiest Hindu shrine is on the banks of Bagmati river and Swaymbhunath Stupa at hill spreading message of peace and non-violence. Swayambhunath is an ancient monument and is on the World Heritage List of UNESCO in the wake of its being a holy and historical place.

Spiritual tourism

Nepal provides the solitude and tranquility for meditation which is supreme in this part of the world. Nepal has much to offer to those interested in Meditation, Yoga and Ayurveda. There are guided and residential courses for meditation and yoga and the effects are far-reaching and cumulative.