Adventure Sport in Nepal
Nepal, country of great fascination blessed with natural wonders from world highest peaks-alpine forest and glacial raging rivers that flows downstream to warmer mid hills, valley, and gorge ending at southern belt known as Terai, the flat and low land of Nepal with a subtropical warm climate. Besides our wide range of adventure holidays to the cultural and historical tour, we offer various adventure sports where you will enjoy the thrill and excitements with a surge of adrenaline activities to suit as per your taste and delights.
Awesome Nepal runs and organizes amazing variation of adventure sports programs guided by professional staff and instructor with full safety measures. Our wide range of adventure sports activities for your interest and immense pleasure and excitement of a lifetime thrill and adventure as follows.
Ultra Light Aircraft in the backdrop of massive Annapurna Himalaya:
The flights take place from sunrise to 11 a.m. and from 3 p.m. to sunset every day except in monsoon season (July to mid-September)
Ultra Light operated from Pokhara by Avia Club in close relation with World Trail Finders, an enjoyable short joy ride on a mini aircraft with single engine, taking off from Pokhara airport with stunning views of Pokhara valley, the lakes including giant mountain range of Annapurna, Manaslu, Dhaulagiri Himalaya with majestic Mt. Machhapuchare ‘Fish Tail’, including rolling green hills and valley dotted with farm villages, an ideal way to enjoy and witness spectacular scenery with new perspective.
Bungee / Bungy Jumping:
This remarkable 500ft (160m) drop into the gorge of Bhoti Kosi River probably the longest Free-fall in the world. Ultimate Bungy Jumping a great spot for an adventure situated on route Nepal / Tibet border, a couple of hours drive, been in operation some two decades ago, by expert New Zealander one of the most spectacular Bungees Jumping on the Planet.
Another popular sport is Para Gliding, started in Pokhara at present can be done in Kathmandu valley, near Phulchowki hills, however Pokhara is the foremost for Para Gliding as it is the closest to the great Annapurna Himalaya backdrop with awesome scenery, starting the Paraglide with a short drive to the hill of Sarankot at 1, 460 meters, while Pokhara valley is a low warm area of just 8,60 to 900 meters. Running and Jumping and gliding above the scenic Pokhara valley with awesome scenery, the flight takes from 45 minutes to an hour landing by the lake Phewa.
Kayaking and clinic:
Nepal offers another challenge in water sports kayaking on the torrent raging glacial rivers for the experts in Kayaking and water sports. For people who want to know about Kayaking in Kathmandu or at Pokhara, there are several Rafting Companies offering a day to a week course for interested people.
Cannoning various cascading waterfalls:
Nepal offers another water sport called Cannoning, where you abseil from torrent waterfalls, this sports gaining popularity among adventurous people this adventure can be done in a few hours which involves walk or hike to the waterfalls spots.
Out of various adventure in Nepal, a skydive is another sport that is gaining popularity every year, even though an expensive adventure, but it is an overwhelming experience close to world high giant peaks of Mt. Everest with surrounding stunning peaks. It involves flying in a small plane near Everest and then jumping with a parachute depending upon the weather conditions.
Zip Flyer Nepal: Dream it-Dare it-Do it!
It’s official, the world’s most extreme zip line:
1800 meters long 2000 ft Vertical drop and 120 k.m. per hour speed with 02 mins ride time.
If you are looking for true adrenalin rush then Sky Zip is for you. Unlike anything you’ve seen before the Sky Zip zip line by High ground, adventures is truly an experience not to be missed.
Participants must be between 35 and 125 kgs (75 and 275 pounds) and be comfortable with heights. This ride is not recommended for individuals with back or neck problems, or those who are pregnant
Tenzing Hillary Everest Marathon:
A unique in many ways and has many special features:
Highest Marathon in the world-Starting line is 5,356m.
Recorded in the Guinness of Book of Records as Highest Marathon of the World begins from Everest Base Camp right below the Khumbu Icefall,
The Marathon runs through the Everest Expedition Base Camp crisscrossing village trails to Namche Bazaar covering the distance 42.195 km fulfilling the Olympic Standard. The Marathon runs through the Highest Glaciers and Moraines around the stretch of 10 km. This marathon passes through the traditional route to Everest pioneered by Late Tenzing Norgay Sherpa and Sir Edmund Hillary while climbing Everest in 1953.