Honey Hunting Tour
Extracting honey from rock bees that live in steep slope is an age-old tradition of Nepali communities like Gurungs and Magars. While the honey hunting as a profession is slowly fading out, it stills retains its traditional glory with a meticulous ritual followed during each honey-hunting event. Honey Hunting is frequent in Bhujung and Pasgaon and occasional in many other remote villages of Nepal. It offers a high potential for tourism as more and more tourists are showing interest in watching the event. Thus, a new tourism activity can be promoted in villages like Ghalegaon, Bhujung and the whole of Annapurna region, Dhading and Jharlang around Ganesh Himal, Arun valley and Makalu area and other trekking routes thereby providing an additional source of income at local level. As of now except Bhujung area of Annapurna region, special packages of Honey hunting for tourists has not been developed. Yet, few lucky tourists sight the honey-hunting event in the trekking routes. There are myriad bee nests found in the inner and outer rings of different trekking areas, which if properly managed, provides an immense potential for promoting honey hunting as an add- on product.
Fishing in Nepal
There are roughly 118 diversity of fresh water fish in these Himalayan waters, range from the much sought after Masher to mountain tributary trout like diversity. Best time to go sport fishing on river waters is earlier than after the monsoon from February till April and October and November. Well-known fishing trips are done in Babai River in Bardiya National Park , Netrawati River in Dhading, Trisuli River in Dhading which is in Tribhuvan Highway, Rapti River in Seti River in same route as well, Fewa Lake it is in close to Pokhara valley, Begnas Lake, Rupa Lake both of them in Pokhara valley but only few kilometers far from Pokhara lake side, Himalaya rivers and lakes place offer good grounds for fishing for the fishing escapade lover. Range from the greatly sought after Mahseer to the mountain stream trout, rainbow trout, common trout , catfish, Murrei and crap. It is thrilling and magnificent spot to popper out the multicolored fish in the clear Himalaya Rivers.
Rafting in Nepal
Rafting is the perfect way for an extended adventure on the river to get your adrenaline pumping to a new high. Nepal has some of the best rivers for rafting. Rafting trips for some is the highlight of their stay in Nepal. The waters in Nepal offer something for everybody: Grade 5-5+ rivers with raging white water rapids for the adventurous, to Grade 2-3 Rivers with a few rapids for novices. Rafters also have a choice ranging from two to three day trips to trips of two or three weeks. Paddling is a fun way to enjoy the trip as well as bonding with fellow rafters.
A typical day in the river begins early morning when rafters arrive at the put-in point. The river guide begins with instructions on safety and emergencies before everyone is given life vests and helmets. This is a must for safety on the river at all times. Lunch on some white sandy beach around mid-day is fun. The best time for rafting is from October through mid-December and March to early May. In winter the water is cold and during the monsoons months from June through September, the white water sections are dangerous, but gentler stretches are easy to raft on.
The Trishuli River consider as a high commercial whitewater sports destination of Nepal due to its easy accessible. It is an excellent river for those who are looking for a day short rafting trip and short multi day’s trip without risk and challenge of big rapids with its beautiful scenery, peaceful environment and wonderful local cultural activities. In the monsoon season, water volume level rises up so the strength of the rapids increases and attracts rafters to challenge with its real adrenaline.
Starting Point:-Baireni/ Charaudi/Fishing
River Distance:-106 km (Approximately)
River Difficulty (Grade):-2-3+
Rafting ending Point:-Gaighat/ Narayanghat
Best Season:- All season
The trip begins and ends Pokhara to Pokhara-after breakfast early morning from Lakeside, transferred by private transportation to the put in point Maldhunga of the Kali Gandaki River bank (appr. 3 hr.drive) and after 3-day 55 km. wildness expedition trip ends and take out at dam (Mirmi). We serve you lunch there, clean up and load the gear and drive back about (5hr.) journey to Pokhara again. Kali Gandaki rafting trip is ideal for combining with any Annapurna region trekking trip before and after according to your holiday plan.
Starting Point:- Nayapul (Baglung)
Ending Point:- Mirmi
River Days:- 3days
River Difficulty:- 3-4+
River Distance:- 60 km (Approximately)
Best Season:- September to November and March to May )
The family classic wildness warm water river "Seti" passes through the lime stone gorge of beautiful Pokhara valley. It has un spoilt greenish jungle scenery, excellent bird watching site, local cultural heritage and beautiful clean beaches, many small and undemanding rapids.
The put in point of the Seti River is Madi River Bridge at Damauli and after 2-day river rafting action take out at Gaighat bellow the Trishuli River confluence. Transferring at Damauli is accessible form Pokhara (appr.2 hr.) and from Kathmandu (appr.4:30 hr.) by drive. After end the trip, you can continue your journey to Pokhara (appr. 4-5 hr.) or Chitwan National Park (appr.1hr.) or drive to Kathmandu (appr.5 hr.).
Starting Point :- Damuli
Ending Point :- Gaighat
River Days :- 2 days
River distance:- 35 km (Approximately)
Best season:- September to December & March to May
Bhote" roughly translates as "river from Tibet so there are quite a lot of rivers with this name in Nepal. This Bhote Koshi is the main branch of the Sun Koshi. The Araniko highway follows the river so access and scouting are relatively easy. The upper valley above Bahrabise is impressively narrow with steep hillsides shooting up over 2000m from the river. Moreover, there are some dramatic and scenic gorges down at river level. Just to drive up the highway and look at the river is like reading an erotic novel – it quickens the blood and excited the mind. Technically, the upper Bhote Koshi ends just after Barbisae where the Sun Koshi joins as a stream from the left: The lower Bhote Koshi rafting start right from the Lamasangu.
Starting Point:- Baseri/ Lamosangu
River Distance:- 20km (Approximately)
River Days: - 2 days
River Difficulty:- 4- 5
The most popular classic expedition-rafting trip is one of the top ten-river journeys in the world. The sun Koshi rises near by Tibet, joined in the Bhote Koshi bellow of Barabise Bazaar, and continue follows eastwards of Nepal through the great valley of Mahabharata range. It is also the main watershed resource of the east Nepal. The river consists- beautiful open valley, amazing waterfalls, clean sandy beaches, dense forest and colorful remote cultural villages attract to explore whitewater seekers and challenge its grate rapids once.
Starting Point:- Dolalghat
Ending Point:- Chatara(Dharan)
River Days:- 7-8 days
River Distance:- 275 km Approximately
River difficulty:- 4-5
The Wild West classic Karnali one consider as longest river of Nepal. The Karnali River rafting combined with some of the most beautiful canyons found in Nepal and a wide variety of biodiversity including dense forests, wild lives and traditional remote villages. After the monsoon rapids are demanding and huge so the rafting there is an unique expedition trip and wildness experience. The river rises from the marginal Himalayan range of Tibet and flowing down to the southern direction to fall into Gangaes, which entered in Nepal from Humla district and cut the Mahabharat mountain near by Chisapani.
Departure Point: Kathmandu or Pokhara
River Start Point:Sauli
River Finish Point:Chisopani
Outward Travel Time: 14 Hours
River Grade: III to IV+
Return Travel Time:12 Hours
River Days: 7 Days
River Distance: 180 Km. (Approximately)
The marsyandi river rises on the northern slopes of the Annapurna Himal, flows east through an arid valley around manang and then swing south to joint the Trisuli river at Mugling. The scenery is magnificent with every bend of the river opening up fresh vistas of some of the world’s highest mountains, but these are behind –as someone said “great views but you need rear view mirrors”. The Marsyandi is a photographer’s sculptured boulders, some spectacular white water, green valley sides, and a magnificent backdrop of the world’s highest mountains.
Starting Point:- Nagdi
Ending Point:- Bimalnagar
River Days:- 3 days
River Distance:- 52 km Approximately
River difficulty:- 4-4+
The Tamur River originated from the famous third highest peak of the world Mt Kanchenjunga that is most powerful and exciting sixth largest river in Nepal. The Tamur River is newly opened for commercial River Rafting. More interesting most scenery not polluted you will be getting there truly like a haven, you may feel in your life. It's makes you wonderful if you have 7 to 8 days time including 3 & 1/2 days Road suffer via ILAM it is nice and Beautiful Tea Garden place of east side is kachanjuga west side is mt. makalu and amadblum Himalaya, go down to Dobhan it's rafting starting point of rafting continue green valley and sandy beaches 4+ -5 rapids are well coming you till tribeni and guide give you a chance to see the Baraha chetra temple of Bisnu, after ending Chatra and back to KTM
Starting Point: - Dobhan
Ending Point: - Chatara
River Days: - 5-6 days
River Distance: - 131 km Approximately
River difficulty: - 4 -5
The Arun is respected as one of the most mighty and powerful rivers of Nepal. Moreover, largesse water volum, huge and impressive rapids, the rapids are challenge in terms of technically complex. The Arun River is 6 days rafting trip, 2 days Bus Suffer and 4 days rafting, this Rafting is beautiful and cross the nice Arun Valley. This is very good Rafting for Rafters because there are so many view of the mountain rang and valley. Rafting starting point is Tumlingtar and continues come down it takes 4 days to get in Dharan (Chatra) for KTM Bus or Fly.
Starting Point:- Tumlingtar
Ending Point:- Chatara
River Days:- 4 days
River Distance:- 55 km Approximately
River difficulty:- 4 +4
Bungy jumping is an extreme sport that involves jumping from a tall structure while connected to a large elastic cord. The tall structure is usually a fixed object, such as a building, bridge or crane; but it is also possible to jump from a movable object, such as a hot-air-balloon or helicopter, that has the ability to hover over one spot on the ground. The thrill comes as much from the free-fall as from the rebounds. Bungee jumping gives the jumper extreme excitement and a memorable lifetime experience.The ultimate thrill of a bungee jump can be experienced in Nepal at one of the best sites that this sport can boast of anywhere in the world. Nepal’s bungee jumping site is situated 160 meters over the wild River Bhote Koshi, invites you to experience in the surroundings of this amazing place. The site is located close to the Nepal -Tibet border at Barahbise and is a three-hour bus ride from Kathmandu. A package deal includes the jump, bus ride to the site, and even meals. Nepalese are entitled to a 30 percent discount. Accommodation and other facilities are available in Barahbise
Day 1 Outline Itinerary
Less than 3 hours drive from Kathmandu to bungy jump place near Barabise. You will travel the Arniko (Kathmandu-Lhasa) Highway to within 12km of the Tibetan Border and the famous Friendship Bridge.
The Gorge Ultimate Bungy Jump in Nepal takes place on a 160m wide steel suspension bridge over the Bhoti Kosi River.
Package Including bus ride, bungy jump and lunch NOTE: The above information is an example of our standard tour, and can be customized to meet your specific requirements. We are specialized in tailor-made tours & trekking.
Paragliding Nepal can be understood as the best paragliding Venue after Switzerland. The climate & geographic Similarities between the two countries have made it sound more relevant. Encouragingly, Pokhara has been nominated as the fifth Best location to Paraglide in the world. In the context when Paragliding is being seen as key product by entrepreneurs.Paragliding History is not very long. The first and only Registered Paragliding company in Nepal is Sun Rise Paragliding based in Pokhara was established in 200 AD with the help of Adam Hill, a British National and a Paragliding Pilot.Paragliding can be a perfect alternative Adventure sport in Nepal. Geographically and climatically.