Adventure tourism in Nepal dates back to the early attempts to scale the world's highest peaks. It has come a long way since. While trekking, mountaineering and game watching have long been popular, an entire range of other possibilities have been explored in the recent years – rafting, biking, fishing, rock climbing, paragliding, ultra-light aircraft, hot air ballooning, mountain flight, boating, pony treks, jet scooter, boating and bungy jumping. This varied landscape has some of the best sites for these activities, raging rivers to run, mountains to scale, clear blue skies, challenging treks, fine lakes and rivers to boat, fish and raft down, and a wild terrain to ride.Go trekking in the lower slopes where along with forests of rhododendron, isolated hamlets, villages, temples, monasteries and breathtaking landscapes, you will also encounter friendly people of different cultures offering a fascinating taste of traditional rural life.
The Damodar Kunda (lake) is famous for Hindu religion, it is situated rain shadow are of High Himalayas north of AnnapurnaDuration: 21 days / Grade: Easy
Gosainkund Lake is the site for a great pilgrimage. The large rock in the center of the lake is said to be the remains of Shiva shrineDuration: 10 days / Grade: Easy
Gosainkund Lake is the site for a great pilgrimage. The large rock in the center of the lake is said to be the remains of Shiva shrineDuration: 05 days / Grade: Easy
Manakamana, the wish-fulfilling goddess. In 1614 to 1636 AD Gorkha King Ram Shah's queen possessed divine powers known only to herDuration: 05 days / Grade: Easy
Lumbini is the birth of place of Lord Buddha and has been declared as a World Heritage Site by the UNESCO. It is small townDuration: 08 days / Grade: Easy