Popular things you don’t want to miss in Nepal
Nepal is a cultural and geographic diversity country.Tourism is the largest industry in Nepal. Possessing eight of the ten highest mountains in the world, Nepal is a hotspot destination for mountaineers, rock climbers and people seeking adventure. Nepal is an adventurous country where you won’t be disappointed to go beyond your fear!!
Trekking: As everyone knows that trekking is one of the main reason travelers come to visit Nepal. Trekking in Nepal is one of the most amazing opportunity to experience the natural beauty and majestic mountains that are the highest in the world. Combine this with the endless nature and wildlife, and exotic panoramic views of the myth himalayas. The huge variety of options allows for people of many ages and capabilities to attempt a trek in the country. You can have many options to explore the mountains like Annapurna, Dhaulagiri, Mount Everest, etc.
Bungee Jumping: The literal meaning of ‘Bungee’ is rubber rope. Specially made rubber rope is used in this adventure activity. If you want to experience the thrill of air across your body and face do experience the bungee jumping. One of the company in Nepal that organised bungee jumping is The Last Resort Bungee jumping in Nepal by the Last Resort is well managed. Jumpers are under take care of Bungee Master. Bungee jumpers fall 150 m. down from the platform of the suspension bridge. The whole operation of jumping, bouncing and pulling up takes only 5 minutes. An experienced Bungee Master supervises the whole operation of jumping. Bungee jumping in Nepal price is $ 75 per person. At present The Last Resort is sailing the trip for US Dollar 75 per person. It may vary Bungee jumping in Nepal price in future.
Chitwan National park: The Chitwan National Park is listed in the UNESCO World Heritage Site. Chitwan National Park (CNP), established in 1973, was Nepal’s first National Park. Located in the Southern Central Terai of Nepal, it formerly extended over the foothills, the property covers an area of 93,200 hectares, extends over four districts: Chitwan, Nawalparasi, Parsa and Makwanpur. I t is a rich natural area in the Terai, the subtropical southern part of Nepal. A total of 68 species of mammals, 544 species of birds, 56 species of herpetofauna and 126 species of fish have been recorded in the park. The park is especially renowned for its protection of One Horned Rhinoceros, Royal Bengal Tiger and Gharial Crocodile.
Annapurna Circuit: The Annapurna Circuit is a trek within the Annapurna mountain. The trek rises to an altitude of 5,416m on the Thorung La pass, touching the edge of the Tibetan Plateau. The trek usually takes about 15–20 days, this trek takes you through distinct regional scenery of rivers, flora, fauna and above all – mountains.. The trail is moderate to fairly challenging and makes numerous river crossings over steel and wooden suspension bridges. Tea houses and lodges along the circuit are available for meals and accommodations. Some groups may opt for tents but these are typically only for those destined for side trips away from lodges such as climbing a peak.
International Mountain Museum: International Mountain Museum,in Pokhara, Nepal is an attempt to represent the traditional culture and values of the Nepalese people. The museum contains three main exhibition halls: Hall of Great Himalayas, Hall of Fame and Hall of World Mountains. Inside the museum. With an objective of maintaining systematic records of the successful eight thousanders, geographic flora and fauna and human activities in the range, the International mountain Museum has been established at the foot step of fishtail peak and gate way to the mountain region. The shape of the museum roof itself resembles mountain skyline to any visitor before entering the museum main gate. One of the best part of the museum is the Living Museum which shows the real setting of the culture of indigenous people of different tribes and clans of Nepal, their homes and culture in real models.