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Shey Phoksundo is Adventure Travel at its Rarest

Very few tourists have visited the Dolpa region in Nepal on their adventure travel to the Himalayan country. Located in an isolated region of the Trans Himalayan Zone, Dolpa is unexplored territory in mid-western Nepal. This area has been opened to tourists and trekkers only recently and a large part of it is now the Shey-Phoksundo National Park. The southern part of the park is one the newest areas of Nepal open to trekkers.

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Adventure Tourism: Nepal Offers Cliff-hangers Galore!

Mountaineering and rock climbing are not just adventure tourism Nepal provides for visitors, but an intrinsic part of the training given to local school and college children. Nepal Mountaineering Association (NMA) provides special training in both to school children and college students to arouse their interest in these adventure tourism avenues of Nepal. Though rock climbing is not as popular here as mountaineering, there are several sites in Nepal with suitable rock faces that have been developed as training ground for local and visiting climbers.

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Fly Over Mt Everest-Adventure Travel at its Peak!

Very few countries offer all that Nepal does by way of adventure travel and certainly not at its unbelievably low prices. Adventure travel to Nepal conjures up images of snow peaked mountain ranges and exotic locals but not everyone can trek extensively in the Himalayas for reasons of fitness or time available. But something everyone visiting Nepal should do is to take a flight over Mount Everest, the highest peak in the world. Very few mountaineers are lucky or experienced enough to climb Sagarmatha, as the Mt Everest is known in Nepal, but the thrill of seeing this majestic mountain and many others at close range is an experience not to be missed.

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Rhododendron Treks in Nepal Make Adventure Travel Colorful

Springtime in Nepal is a good time for adventure travel particularly to see the Rhododendrons There are over thirty varieties of Rhododendron that bloom in all hilly regions of Nepal above 1,200 m altitude. Known as Guran or Chimal in Nepali, a Rhododendron trek offers a feast for the eyes without being too arduous adventure travel.

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Include Hot Air Ballooning in Nepal as a Part of Your Adventure Travel

Adventure travel in Nepal offers opportunities to experience various adventure sports at a fraction of the cost in western countries. This is the place to go river rafting, gliding and hot air ballooning. The facilities for adventure travel in Nepal are safe and run professionally. A hot air balloon over the Kathmandu valley will provide you with unique views, something you will not see anywhere else in the world.

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Adventure Tourism in Nepal: Angling

The Himalayas provide innumerable opportunities for adventure tourism; Nepal takes the lead in climbing, trekking, river rafting and fishing. The country is full of lakes and rivers that rise in the Himalayas and are perfect for many adventure tourism activities including fishing and angling. Local agents of adventure tourism in Nepal can organize guided fishing trips.

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Nepal: Ultimate Bungy Jumping

Come on, you came this far: You're in Nepal, home to some of the most challenging trekking and white-water rafting in the world! Now it's time to really separate the can-do's from the wanna-be's. It's time for bungy jumping!

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Adventure Travel during Festivals in Nepal Add New Insights

Nepal has a number of festivals both Hindu and Buddhist that you are sure to enjoy during your adventure travel to the lovely Himalayan country. Adventure travel to any place does not mean just sightseeing or participating in adventure sports but also learning about the ethnic culture and way of life. Nepal has numerous tribes who lead very different lives from what one can observe anywhere else. A very popular festival and quite unique to Nepal is the "Gai Jatra", or the procession of cows, celebrated in the Nepalese month of Bhadra that falls some time around August and September. The festival like most in the country is associated with mythology and the current form is a happy blend of modernity and medievalism.

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