Nepal Trekking Tour

Adventure Sports in Nepal

Nepal (known as a land locked country) is honored as one of the best adventure destinations in the world. Nepal’s geography packs an extremely varied landscape into a small area. The huge contrasts in altitude and climates found here support a spectacular mix of lifestyles, vegetation and wildlife. Nepal is probably the only country in the world where you can climb the highest mountains in the world. Trek in the scenic countryside with the icy pinnacles always in the background as well as enjoy Jungle safari in forests, considered to be the densest in the entire South Asian region.

Major adventure sports in Nepal:

Bungee Jumping in Nepal

Bungee Jumping in NepalBungee was born in Pentecost Islands in the South Pacific as a manhood test and a tradition where young natives used ivies as cords and jumped from 30 meter high, specially constructed bamboo towers.

Today, high technology bungee cords have taken the place of ivies and Bungee is not a test of manhood any more. The activities that contain high dosage of adrenaline is something you can reach out in everyday life when you feel the need to make your body chemicals go crazy. Regarding the characteristics of the cords jumps can be done to the water, airbags or ground. Cranes and specially constructed steel towers are used for these jumps.
You can have a test of Bungee jumping from the Bridge of Bhote Koshi River in Nepal.
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Canyoning in Nepal

Canyoning in NepalCanyoning in Nepal is a new adventure test for those who love real nature activities. It is an activity that involves abseiling, sliding, jumping, swimming, and climbing down waterfalls through steep canyon walls to deep pools. This unique combination of skills gives the intrepid canyoneer the freedom to explore some of the most ruggedly beautiful, yet forbidden places in the world.
A short canyoning trip can be organized according to the itinerary bellow:
Day 1: Depart at 6:00 am from Kathmandu. Half day canyoning plus training, instruction and techniques
Day 2: Full day canyoning with lunch during the descent. Arrive Kathmandu in the evening.
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Kayaking in Nepal

Kayaking in Nepal Kayaking in Nepal, since few year back, there has been a continual increase in the number of kayakers coming to Nepal and it is justifiably recognized as a Mecca for boating. Nowhere else will you get such long sections of consistent rapids, warm water, stunning scenery and great people to be around. We welcome and encourage paddlers on all our trips and run many trips specifically for kayakers.
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Elephant Polo

Elephant PoloNepal has number of adventure sports to enjoy. Elephant polo is one of the rare, adventures and only of its kind in Nepal. The World Elephant Polo Association (WEPA) organizes an annual Elephant polo tournament in the airfield of Meghauli Chitwan, south west of Kathmandu and north of the Indian border. Different country participates from all over the world including Scotland, Thailand, England and Hong Kong. After the day's play all the players and guests have dinner in the Golghar, a traditional round house with a great bar.

Elephant Polo in Nepal runs between last week of November - 1st week of December.
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Paragliding in Nepal

Paragliding in NepalParagliding in Nepal can be a truly wonderful and fulfilling experience for the adventure seeking. A trip will take you over some of the best scenery on earth, as you share airspace with eagles, kites and float villages, monasteries, temples, lakes and jungle, with a fantastic view of the snow caped mountain. The last three years have seen the activity flourish in Pokhara and it now is an internationally recognized destination for free-flight enthusiasts gliding as weather depended sport and the flying season in Nepal commences from November and December. The take-off point for these flights in Sarangkot (1592m), which also offers prime views of Phewa lake and the Mountains at sunrise and sunset (provided the skies and clear) and the landing is by the lake.
No previous experience is required as qualified pilots provide a short briefing before launching.
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Ballooning in Nepal

Ballooning in NepalTo look up into the sky and see the towers of the Himalayas is awe-inspiring and certainly a valid and popular reason to come to Nepal. To walk among those mountains is more wonderful still, but to glide silently among them, this is perhaps the most thrilling of all. The adventure of hot air ballooning is now available in Kathmandu.
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Fishing in Nepal (Lake Fishing / River Fishing)

Fishing in NepalNepal, the world's second rich country in the water resources having numbers of rivers and lakes, is an ideal location for pleasure of fishing and angling. There are some specific ethnic group in the hills and Terai region of Nepal whose lifestyle has been based on Fishing. Bote, Majhi, Tharu and Machhuwar are some of them. 
Betrawati, Indrawati, Karnali, Trisuli and Koshi are some of the major rivers where fishing is possible.
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Gambling in Nepal

Gambling in Nepal Most of western travelers travel to Nepal for adventurous destinations like Trekking and Expedition. Beside this they also have various reasons to visit the country; some of them travel for leisure, business and other many reasons. Peoples especially form the South Asian (mostly Indian) continents have been traveling to play in the Casinos of Nepal and try their lady luck smiling upon them.
There are six casinos in Kathmandu located in the premises of the city’s top hotels which offers 24 hours of non stop fun and games like baccarat, blackjack, flush, poker, pontoon, roulette, and other card games and slot machines. All the games are played in chips and they can be bought with US dollars or Indian rupees.
There are some six Casino in Kathmandu
Casino Anna
Casino Everest
Casino Nepal
Casino Rad
Casino Royal
Casino Tara
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Horse Back Riding in Nepal

Horse Back Riding in NepalHorse back riding will gives you a unique adventure journey in Nepal to make your holiday enjoyable. Due to the country's geographical features many places in different regions are not accessible by roads. People living in those areas are using horses to travel from place to place, carry food, clothes, medicines and other goods to far, remote areas. Especially in trans-Himalayan region (behind the tall mountain or southern rim of Tibetan plateau) where people have adopted horse riding as a culture and most important means for daily life.

One can enjoy the Horse riding in any part of the country. No matter whether you want a month long horse riding trek or a few hours of galloping, all are available to suite your needs. The good news is that, those who are unable to walk on foot in the trans- Himalayan region can also make their trekking trip to Nepal and explore their imagination.
You may want to go for few weeks' long horse riding trek from Pokhara to Mustang or few days travel around Kathmandu valley, please just drop few lines to Mission Eco Trek (P) Ltd. to plan your Horse back ridding trip.
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Bird Watching in Nepal

Bird Watching in NepalNepal is the paradise for the bird watchers, where one can find 800 specious of bird almost 10% of the world. The bird only find in Nepal is Spiny Babbler. The most popular spots for the bird watching are: Phulchoki, Godavari, Nagarjun Forest, Gokarna, bank of Bagmati Manohara River and Tsudaha Lake near Kathmandu valley.
Kosi Tappu Wildlife Reserve, Royal Chitwan National Park and other National Parks of Nepal are also the territory of endangered birds.
Phulchoki hill is the most popular spot for bird watching in Nepal which is the highest peak on the Valley rim that situated 20 km southeast of Kathmandu, with some 265 species recorded till date. The birds encountered here includes Warblers, Tits, Thrushes, Babblers, Minivets, Woodpeckers, Eagles and many migrant birds. Godavari, where Botanical Garden is situated, at the bottom of the Phulchoki hill, records over 100 species of birds including the lesser Racket-tailed drongo, Tibetan Siskin and the Spotted Fork tail.
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