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10 Adventurous Things you can do in Nepal

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[10 Adventurous things you can do in Nepal]

“Twenty years from now you will be more disappointed by the things you didn’t do than by the ones you did do. So, throw off the bowlines. Sail away from the safe harbour. Catch the trade winds in your sails. Explore. Dream. Discover.

Nepal as known to many as the land of the Himalayas or Everest is also a home for different adventurous activities. Due to the diverse geography of Nepal, the country is blessed with abundant resources making Nepal a perfect destination for people looking to do any type of adventures. From big mountain expeditions to small trekking peak climbs, high altitude treks to day hikes around the valley and skydiving in the Himalayas to helicopter flight to Everest, Nepal offers various adventurous activities suited for people of any age group with any kind of preferences and requirements. Here we have listed the #10 adventurous things to do in Nepal. Combine any of these adventurous activities for your next holiday in Nepal and you are sure to have an unmatched holiday experience in Nepal.

All the activities we have listed below ranges from 1 day to over a month duration in the timeframe. These are the best adventure activities you can experience in Nepal. If you are wondering what you can do in Nepal then perhaps this may give you an idea of the adventurous things you can do in Nepal. We hope this will convince you to visit Nepal and experience it.

Important note: Below listed activities cannot be done all year round as each activity requires the best time/season to do.

  • Trekking, Peak climbing, Mountaineering, White water rafting and Safari its best done during Spring (March to May) and Autumn (Sept to Nov)
  • Rock climbing, Mt. biking, Bungee jump, paragliding can be done all year round but it’s advisable to avoid the monsoon season (June to August)
  • For Ice climbing, winter (Jan and Feb) would be a perfect time.
1. Trekking:

Trekking is number one on the list of adventure activities to do in Nepal. Trekking in Nepal started in the 1960s and Nepal started commercial trekking. Every year, thousands of trekkers come to Nepal to trek in the foothills of the Himalayas. From famous treks like Everest Base Camp and the Annapurna Circuit, the country boasts of various other trekking areas to cater to the camping style, from popular teahouse based treks to off the beaten tracks. Trekking in Nepal offers an experience of a lifetime with mountains, diverse landscapes, warm hospitality and an insight into the culture, traditions and lifestyle of the local people. You are also provided with a variety of options like a few day moderate to challenging treks going up to 5000 meters. Discover top 10 treks in Nepal and best time for trekking in Nepal

2. Peak Climbing:

Another famous thing after trekking is Nepal’s peak climbing. The country issues climbing permits for approx. 326 peaks excluding 8000m peaks and unexplored peaks. People who want to do something other than traditional hiking but are not ready to climb high mountains are attracted by hiking peaks in Nepal. Some famous peaks of Nepal are Mera Peak, Island Peak, Lobuche Peak. Prior climbing experience is not required for peak climbing in Nepal, although it is beneficial. With previous trekking experience, one can join a peak climbing trip. Discover the top 9 trekking peaks in Nepal and the best boots for trekking in Nepal

3. Mountaineering

With 8 of the world’s top 10 highest mountains in Nepal, the country receives hundreds of climbers from all over the world. From the highest peak Everest to the highest 8000 m Annapurna Himal, Nepal is a mountaineer’s paradise. Nepal alone welcomes hundreds of climbers to Mt Everest during the spring season from March to May. In the spring of 2019, it is a fact that 944 climbers along with Nepali Sherpa guides have reached the highest number of climbers. Mountaineering in Nepal does not come cheap, the feeling of standing on top of the highest mountain in the world is unimaginable.

4. Rock Climbing

While many are unaware of rock climbing in Nepal, there are places nearby Kathmandu valley which is perfect for rock climbing. Hattiban, Nagarjun and Bimalnagar are some places that are great for outdoor climbing with different grades of climb available. These are the rock climbing spots that are all tested by Nepal National Mountain Guides and they conduct their training in these places. In recent year, many new rock climbing areas are found and bolted such as in the Annapurna region and other parts of Nepal. You can also opt for indoor wall climbing in Kathmandu if you feel you are not yet ready for the outdoor climb.

5. Ice Climbing

Ice Climbing in Nepal? As strange it may sound, Ice climbing in Nepal has been there for many years now. Although it is not as popular among tourist and not easily accessible as other activities, one with an interest in doing Ice climbing can visit Nepal. During winter, places such as Rolwaling and Manang are great for Ice climbing. From the last year 2018, Ice climbing festival is being run in Manang by Nepal Climbing Team and interested one can join them and experience Ice climbing with trusted guides

6. White water rafting

Nepal has world-class rivers that offer a unique experience for white water rafting. You can choose rafting in the rivers of Nepal from 1 day to several days with different grades available. The most popular rafting rivers are Trishuli, Bhotekoshi and Seti. Many consider Nepal to be the best destination in the world for white water rafting. You can choose the river for rafting most suitable for your experience and grade.

7. Mount Biking

Mountain biking in Nepal is a great alternative to classical trekking. The geographical variation from hills to mountains to flat lands makes Nepal one of the best mountain biking holiday destinations in the world. Nepal Mountain Biking is for everyone. Choose a cycling route according to your ability, fitness level and expertise.

8. Bungee jumping

There are two places in particular to experience bungee jumping in Nepal. One is in The Last Resort which is about 5-6 hours away from the center of Kathmandu and the other is in Pokhara. The bungee jump at Last Resort takes place from a 166 meter high steel suspension bridge that joins two sides of the deep valley of the Bhote Koshi River. Bungee Jump in Pokhara is relatively less exciting than The Last Resort but serves as a great alternative for those who cannot afford a day trip to The Last Resort.

9. Sky diving at Annapurna and Everest.

Yes, sky diving in Nepal is a brand new adventure that you can now experience in Nepal. Sky diving in Nepal is not just the usual sky diving around the world but helicopter diving here in Nepal takes place among the high mountain ranges with breathtaking views of the Himalayas. Sky diving is not open all year round but is done only once a year at Pokhara and Syangboche airstrips in the Everest region.

10. Other Activities (Jungle Safari, Paragliding, Canyoning)

Apart from the above activities, these are other adventure activities that you can experience in Nepal. From day trips to multi-day trips, these activities are perfect for families with children.

A. Jungle safari
Large forests are protected as national parks and reserves. This has made it easy to take tourists to the National Park for wildlife viewing. The most common jungle safari is in Chitwan National Park, which is 6 hours from Kathmandu. You can choose the safari package based on your time. The ideal duration for a safari would be 2N/3 days.
Places for Jungle Safari:
Chitwan National Park
Bardia National Park

B. Paragliding:
A popular day activity that can be done in Kathmandu and Pokhara is paragliding. Paragliding in Pokhara has gained popularity due to the unique experience of flying like a feathered creature in the thermals and also having a view of snow-capped mountains, beautiful lakes and lush green valleys. the earth

C. Cannoning
With huge majestic waterfalls in Nepal, canyoning in Nepal is definitely another adventure activity that you can experience in Nepal. A common adventure sport, canyoning involves sliding, jumping and sliding down canyon walls and waterfalls. This is the best way to experience the wild waterfalls of Nepal.

D. Helicopter travel
A helicopter tour is a great option for those who can’t afford a long day hike and still want to see the mountains up close. Everest Helicopter Tour is the most popular Heli tour in Nepal. On a half-day trip, you can see Mount Everest up close and have breakfast with a panoramic view of the Himalayas.


These are the top 10 adventures you can experience in Nepal and we hope it convinces you to visit Nepal sooner or later. Apart from these, many more activities can be done in Nepal. Come and experience the amazing natural beauty of Nepal and we will be happy to help you tailor your adventure to your needs.

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  1. Ram Tamang

    AlpineTrav Treks & Expeditions is an adventure travel company in Kathmandu, Nepal founded by local alpine experts with extensive experience in trekking and mountaineering in the Himalayas.

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