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What to do in Nepal other than Trekking

Trekking in Nepal

Nepal is a paradise for both trekkers and non-trekkers, which is home to the world’s highest peak Mount Everest ( 8848m) and seven other highest peaks in the world, collectively known as eight-thousander Himalayan peaks

It is small Himalayan landlocked country sandwiched between two giant nations China (Tibet) and India. It has much to offer for the travelers who want to spend their holidays exploring culture, monuments, wildlife, rivers, lakes, remote villages, valleys, lush green jungles.


Many other things provide you an adventure of life and peace to your inner self visiting historical places like Kathmandu, Bhaktapur, Patan, Nagarkot, Pokhara, Lumbini, Daman, Chitwan, Bandipur, and Gorkha.
These are are the most visited places for historical and cultural sightseeing, wildlife safari, sunrise and sunset, pilgrimage tours, and soft adventure holidays.

Historical, cultural and natural sightseeing

Kathmandu is the hub for tourism in Nepal. It owns the one and an only international airport named Tribhuvan International Airport and offers all the services of international quality in the valley. Tourists can roam around 2-3 days in and around it.

 Pashupatinath Temple, Boudhanath Stupa, Swayambhunath Stupa, Kathmandu Durbar Square, Patan Durbar Square, Bhaktapur Durbar Square and Changu Narayan Temple are the famous UNESCO World Heritage Sites around Kathmandu. These monuments resemble the years-long history and evidence of old palaces, temples, and monasteries. 

Visit and meet with the local ethnic Newar community, their culture, taste the Newari cuisine, and feast in and around Kathmandu valley this is the opportunity to witness the local cultural events, festivals, roadshow, and street festivals during your visit to these places.

Witness the sunrise and sunset views

Nepal is the mountainous country, apart from the high elevated mountains, it consists of small hilltops from which we can witness the beautiful sunrise and sunsets, glimpses of remote villages, vegetation, valleys, lakes, rivers, and jungles.
Nagarkot, Sarangkot, Antu Danda, Bandipur, Daman, and Tansen are some of the famous places for sunrise and sunset sight viewings, not only that, If you are interested in short hiking, these places are the best option available.

Mountain Flight

If you are not interested in Mountain climbing or trekking but want to explore the mighty Himalayas, you can go for a short mountain flight trip from Tribhuvan International airport to the Himalayas. Finally, During this trip, you can experience the pristine Himalayas with the naked eyes, take photographs and videos.

Jungle Safari and Bird Watching

Nepal is rich in flora and fauna and popular destination for jungle safari in the world.

It is the home to some of the endangered animals like one-horned rhinoceros, royal Bengal tiger, gharial crocodile, and many others.

Chitwan National Park, Bardia National Park, and Koshi Tappu Wildlife reserve are some famous wildlife conservation areas for wildlife safari and bird watching in Nepal.

Bungy Jumping

Imagine the free-falling adventure from a bridge over a 160m high tropical gorge, its Nepalese-style bungy jumping. Bungy jumping in Nepal probably the most adventurous activity and accessible for those who want to make a thrilling experience.

 Nepal boasts the second-highest bungy jumping site in the world.

 The bungee jumping sites are in Kathmandu (The Last Resort) and Pokhara (High Ground Nepal).

Paragliding

Want to fly like a bird, do you think it is possible?

 Yes, it is possible in Nepal, paragliding over the cities, valleys, mountains, and jungles.

 Paragliding is genuinely a beautiful, exciting, and fulfilling experience for discovering natural sceneries while overcoming your fear.

 It is getting popular as a significant adventure activity in Nepal. You can enjoy this fantastic adventure activity from Sarangkot, Pokhara or chapakharka hill, Godavari Lalitpur.

White Water River Rafting

Nepal has several ragging rivers best for white water river rafting that originates from the world’s top Himalayas.
Among the rivers, Trishuli and Bhotekoshi are the most popular rivers for rafting in Nepal.
Spring and Autumn are the best seasons for rafting in Nepal.