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10 things to do in Nepal before you die

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Here are the 10 things to do in Nepal before you die.

Do you love adventure? Well, if your answer is “YES” then buckle up your shoes and get ready because Nepal is just your kind of destination to experience your dream in reality. Perhaps, you might be wondering “What are those adventures?”, then let us shed an information notice that Nepal is the home of adventurous activities with varying degrees of excitement and difficulty. Actually, going to any place in Nepal is an adventure, itself, but here’s a top 10 things to do in Nepal compilation or recommendations for you if you are planning your adventure holidays in Nepal, make sure you include some of these too.

Summary of 10 things to do in Nepal before you die

S.N 10 things to do in Nepal before you die
10 Trekking
9 Caving
8 Mountain Flight
7 Jungle Safari
6 Mountain Biking
5 Rafting
4 Zip Lining
3 Canyoning
2 Bungee Jump
1 Sky Diving

10. Trekking

You can’t smell the wind of nature when you are driving a car or bike, but until when you visit the perfect places like Annapurna Base Camp (ABC), Gosainkunda trek route, Everest Base Camp, and much more – not just for thrilling adventure but for the timeless beauty of hills of Nepal. Such sights will soothe your soul in the ways more than you can imagine. Autumn (Sept to Nov) and Spring (March to May) are the best seasons for the trekking in Nepal, as you can feel the warmth of the sun and breathtaking views. Grab your things and hit the unmarked trails and make your getaway more adventurous.

9. Caving

They say nature itself is an adventure. There are lots of naturally carved caves, in Nepal, with extremely adventurous structures. Expert guides will escort you through the geologic labyrinths and vertical caves showing you the hidden beauty and adventure. You should try Mahendra cave – located in Pokhara.

8. Mountain Flight

As you will fly passing by some of the world’s tallest ice caps; watch the untamed landscapes of Nepal from the comfortable aircraft cabin, you will enjoy every second of your window watching. Many domestic airlines offer mountain flights in Nepal. You will have the spectacular views of Peaks from Ganesh Himal in Central Himalaya to Everest, and Kanchenjunga in the east. Let that the person inside you fly.

7. Jungle Safari

Our next adventure will take you closer to the wildlife of Nepal. Observing the tranquil flora and fauna of the southern forests of Nepal. Come across with some utterly beautiful, rare and deadly animals in the world like, one-horned rhinos and Bengal tigers. Your ride could last an hour or so, but you will be able to uncover the real fun and adventure of nature. Chitwan National Park and some of the other national parks of Nepal offer you an opportunity to experience an exquisitely memorable safari.

6. Mountain Biking

You need to stop for a while to catch your breath of surprises when you will see the landscape from the hillside road. Keep your responsibilities and belongings aside, and hit the road on two wheels to explore the pure wilderness and solitude – or even enjoy the busy bustling town street of Nepal. Your bike tour could be from an hour to a day-long but hey! a day spent pedaling and exploring is a healthy day well spent.

5. Rafting

If you like to rush with rapids of rivers, then you won’t believe what we are about to tell you because rafting, as an adventure, is the most popular among adventurous lovers from worldwide. Many rivers in Nepal possess the potential of white water rafting and among them, Trishuli, Bhotekoshi, Seti and Kali Gandaki are few to mention. An hour or day-long rafting will get you exhausted but escalates the hunger to explore more.

4. Zip lining

Zip Flyer in Nepal is the world’s most extreme zip line. Sounds hardcore? Well, Yes! With a vertical drop of 600 meters over a total distance of 1.8km makes this the world’s steepest, tallest and one of the longest zip lines and, as toppings, it catches the top speed up to 140 km/ph, which will obviously make you scream. Situated in Sarangkot, 10 km away from Pokhara, is also an ideal place to enjoy the beautiful view of natural settings.

3. Canyoning

When you climb up the old-timey beautifully and naturally sculptured rocks and chillingly refreshing blast of water, your day couldn’t get any more adventurous. There are many Canyoning sites in Nepal mostly near Kathmandu where guides will lead you climbing, abseiling, jumping, scrambling, sliding & swimming down steep canyon walls to pristine pools below!

2. Bungee Jump

You must be daring enough to try this one because you won’t find anything super scary than Bungee in Nepal. Bungee is listed at number 7 for “Top Ten Things To Do Before You Die”. Take your feet off from everything and jump with the faith, we promise you, remembering those before and while in the swinging situation, you will always be proud of yourself – for such heroic achievement. You can try this at Bhotekoshi and high ground bungee at Pokhara, and The Cliff Nepal. The Cliff Nepal made it to the top highest swing jump in the world and a second highest bungee jump in the world.

1. Skydiving 

Cliché of adventure yet extremely and scary experience; when you jump from the elevated plane, floating and screaming in the air – thousands of feet above the ground, flying like a feather, but as soon as you land you will be gasping with happiness. If you want to try Skydiving, once in a lifetime adventure, then nothing can beat Everest Skydive, where you will be dropped off from a helicopter from the height of 29500ft with the landing sites Syangboche Airport (12340ft) and Ama Dablam Base Camp (15,000ft), which is undeniably thrillingly adventurous.

So this is our Top 10 things to do in Nepal before you die.

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