Adrenaline adventures await you in Nepal

The high season of the adrenaline activities in Nepal is coming soon. September to November is considered as the high seasons in Nepal as the as the skies are generally clear and the views spectacular.

Blessed with diverse geography within a limited area Nepal is one of the most famous outdoor destinations in the world. Nepal the land of Himalayas houses the eight out of 14 tall mountains in the world which gives rise to the perennial fast flowing rivers. The same rivers have now become famous among the adventure seeker for the adrenaline white water river rafting. And of course the Everest Base Camp Trek which leads to the lap of the world tallest mountain is among the popular and finest trekking trails on the planet.

Beside all these mountainous activities Nepal offers the vivid ranges of adventurous activities that includes Bungee Jumping, Paragliding, Mountain Biking, Jungle Safari, Cannoning, Zip Flyer, Rock Climbing.

Nepal is also travel friendly for Children, Elderly People and Disabled People as it offers the activities that can be easily carryout without any restriction.

Some of the child friendly activities include horse riding, river rafting, elephant back safari, short hiking and trekking, mountain Flight and Everest base camp helicopter tours.

Similarly activities like cultural and historical tour of the city, jungle activities such as elephant back safari, Everest Mountain Flight, Everest base camp helicopter tour are famous among the elder peoples.

On the other hand the Disable People can enjoy the sunrise/sunset view tour, sightseeing tour, mountain flight and helicopter tours etc.

If you are also planning to visit Nepal on upcoming seasons and are having difficulty to choose between the itineraries then please rest assured, we are here for you to customize your trip!

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