Activities in Nepal

Nepal is a beautiful country which is rich in plant and animal life and has an abundance of open spaces. Subsequently there are many outdoor activities in Nepal which can be enjoyed by young and old alike. Some of these activities are incredibly physical and demand good physical health and mental vitality. Others are less grueling and those who are a little less healthy can enjoy them. Whatever category you fit into, you will likely agree that there is nothing quite like getting out and about in nature, enjoy the many treasures that it holds.

Nepal's outdoor activities range from the world renowned mountain climbing, mountaineering and trekking across the Himalayas to less physical golfing and birdwatching. For the extreme sport enthusiasts, there is white water rafting and bungee jumping. Hot air ballooning is also becoming a very popular way to navigate the mountains of Nepal. If you enjoy a tour with a difference, you might try elephant safaris – definitely one of the best ways to get up close and personal with the local wildlife. Mountain biking and horse-back riding are two other popular options. If white water rafting sounds a bit extreme for you but you'd still like to spend time in the countries water-systems, you might try your hand at kayaking, canoeing or even fishing. Whatever the case, you can be sure that there is an outdoor activity to suit you!

So if you're planning a trip to Nepal soon, make sure that you enjoy one or more of these many spectacular activities. The main lure to the country may be the friendly people with their immensely interesting culture and the majestic Himalayas in the background, but there is more to the country than these icons. Spend some time enjoying some outdoor activities in Nepal and you will soon see the country for the beautiful paradise it really is.

 



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rajesh Lama - 2011-02-16 03:05:32

Yeah! its really nice to visit.The most important thing is visitor should not forget get amazing experience of trekking in Himalayas. where visitors can realize the life of people and their culture. which is thousands of year back from western civilization.

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Nepal.com Team - 2011-02-14 08:37:36

Thank you for posting your comments on Nepal.com and for sharing your personal experiences. We try to present interesting information promoting this beautiful country, and we appreciate feedback from visitors to our site. Best wishes, Nepal.com Team

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pauline - 2011-02-12 11:45:58

I just came back home to Malaysia after a 6weeks holiday in Nepal. My heartfelt 'Dhanyabad' to Blue Sky Paragliding. You did a very wonderful job! My pilot, Baloo was so well trained, he made my first time paragliding experience so very memorable! I simply want to go back, just to ' fly with those birds' ! Miss u Nepal!!!!!!!!!

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