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Nepal Awaits You with Unlimited Adventure Tourism Offers!

In Asia, the Himalayas are the home of adventure tourism, Nepal a trekker, rafter and mountain biker's paradise. Whatever is your level of competency or thirst for adventure tourism, Nepal has something for everyone - the majestic Himalayas are home to eight of the fourteen highest mountains in the world above 8000 meters. Himalayan flora and fauna, untouched for centuries thrive here in abundance, adding a rare visual treat to your adventure tourism trip to Nepal. The great ridges carpeted in alpine flowers, forest of rhododendrons, exotic birds and animals are unforgettable sights while trekking.

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Nepal: Day trip to Manakamana

The effects of tourism can be seen and felt throughout Nepal, but shrewd travelers can still chance upon a handful of villages that have remained more or less untouched by the encroaching hands of commercialism. The temple and small village of Manakamana is one such place.

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Adventure Tourism on Two Wheels - Mountain Biking in Nepal

Adventure Tourism in Nepal has usually meant climbing, trekking and white river rafting. Another form of adventure tourism which gives you the opportunity to fit all these in while you move across the country at your own pace is mountain biking. Nepal offers some of the finest bike trails in the world and is rapidly gaining recognition for this. Millions of tracks amidst stunning mountain scenery, breath-taking descents and endless single-tracks make Nepal a mountain biker's paradise. Nothing can be as adventurous as wandering through the hills and trails of Nepal, taking in the sights of the towns and villages, terraced paddy fields and gurgling streams.

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Nepal: Day Trip to Bhaktapur

The Kathmandu valley is like a conduit for all of Nepal. Here visitors will find a virtual melting pot of cultures from all over the country. Originally, the valley was divided into three kingdoms, Kathmandu, Bhaktapur, and Patan. These three cities have fused together bringing the valley a rich assortment of temples, bazaars, artisans and their wares. A day trip to each just scratches the surface on the wealth of what visitors have on hand to explore and enjoy.

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Nepal: The White Water Challenge

With only an inflatable rubber boat, helmet, paddle, and life vest separating you from 1000's of gallons of rushing water, few experiences in Nepal can match the thrill and exhilaration of the sport of white water rafting. Whether you are a seasoned veteran with several jaunts under your belt, or an enthusiastic first-timer, Nepal's many rivers offer a variety of challenging environments.

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Nepal Budget Travel: Traveling on 20 Dollars a Day?

Nepal has changed quite a bit in the last 20 years or so. Trekking and mountain climbing have brought big business to Nepal and the influx of foreign currency has affected the standard of living for the Nepalese across the board. With a little creativity, you can still live well and live cheaply during your stay.

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Flying into Nepal

You've been waiting for this moment: flying to Nepal - home of monasteries, monks, yaks, the Yeti and more trekking, biking and rafting opportunities than you can shake a stick at. But first, you need to get there.

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Birding in Nepal

When one thinks of Nepal the thought of beautiful temples and prayer flags that float in the wind and of course the area is home to most adventuresome mountaineering the world has to offer. But few if any think of Nepal as a place for bird watching. Being one of the most relaxing and educational experiences one can witness, birding has started to gain in popularity in the region.

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