Paragliding in Nepal

People like to fly. They dream of flying high like a kite or an eagle in the sky. Now it is possible in Nepal by paragliding. It is the purest form of flying by the help of rising currents of warm air. It can stay aloft for many hours and travel great distance. This simple engine free aircraft fits easily into a rucksack and weighs around 12 kg. The passenger can foot launch and gently foot land again with minimum effort. Due to the portable nature and easy launch characteristics of a Paraglider, it can be it can be a really amazing experience.

Best Seasons for Paragliding in Pokhara

Gliding is a weather dependent sport and the flying season in Nepal commences from November through February, but the best months are November and December.

Paragliding Flying Sites in Nepal

There are not many flying sites for paragliding places in Nepal . In 2011 the rule and regulation of Nepal banned to fly in any other places in the country.  One of the most popular and best place is Pokhara which offers the best paragliding experience due to the immense natural beauty of the place.. We recommend it for all the travele in Pokhara  that has leisure for  half of a  day to embark upon for this sweet adventure.

Other Activities in Nepal

Nepal offers various Adventure Activities like Bungee jumping , river rafting , hiking , trekking , Everest mountain flight, Paragliding and more. Nepal is famous for eight tallest mountains in the world where hundreds of people trek in these mountain. We can feel as it is paradise for climber’s . We also have beautiful scenery , wildlife jungle safari, tradition and culture with many different Hindu temples and ancient Buddhist monasteries and stupas to view the cultures of people.

Best Nepal Tour

We can start our from journey from capital city Kathmandu tourist area in Kathmandu and busiest market , Newari culture and ancient city of Kathmandu we can find different people who believe in different religion.We can also do paragliding in Pokhara which is more adventurous to feel like flying in the high sky like eagle and the fresh breeze we can gain.  In Pokhara we can also do boating in Phewa lake. In Himalaya mountain trekking you can find beautiful scenery wee you can also visit the nearest place of Tibetan and  trading way of Tibetan and other activities of their many more Buddhist monasteries we can visit in Himalaya the gate way of Annapurna.

You can do adventure activities like jungle safari in National park and deep jungle drive.

Nepal Honeymoon Tour

Nepal Honeymoon Tour is best tour package for a married or unmarried couples. Have you ever imagined spending a romantic evening in the lap of snow-capped Himalayas? Have you dreamt of relishing quality time with your love at Everest Base Camp? Or will you like to honeymoon in the tropical jungle teeming with wildlife not to mention tigers, rhinos and crocs?

If you certainly do not want to miss the chance of making your once-in-a-lifetime honeymoon memorable, come to Nepal, come to the land of Himalayas.

The majestic and serene Himalayas beckon you and your bridegroom to its mysterious and magical folds. While away your precious moments warming by the glacial lakes; sweating in the depth of tropical jungles and engaging up and down the hilly stations.

Nepal waits to be part of your celebration, your life. We are offering a variety of packages to suit your honeymoon plans. Nepal Honeymoon Tour include Chitwan National Park in Terai and Everest Base Camp to Kathmandu’s five star hotels to lake side towns like Pokhara. The duration of the packages run from a minimum of two days to ten days, depending upon your requirements. We extend the princely service that include star hotels and transportation services. Check out some of the options below as they are sure to make you come back for more.

Rara Lake Tour

Rara Lake, glistening atop the Jumla and Mugu district, is a tourist attraction, scenic hub and spiritual oasis all in one. At an altitude of 3029 m, it is also Nepal’s largest and deepest lake.

Rara Lake in Nepal has been a favorite travel destination for international as well as domestic tourists. Here, you can experience fascination with pure nature as you relax to the gentle waves lapping against the shore and drink in the magnificent lake views from the surrounding cafés and viewspots. 

It’s remote location has been a concern for a lot of people who want to get a glimpse of this scenic haven. However, flights operating regularly from Kathmandu-Nepalgunj-Talcha Airport flight route have helped visitors to enjoy short trips to this region. 

Granted, that owing to its remoteness and scarcity of tourist friendly amenities, you will have a challenging hike. But this means that these routes are seldom frequented meaning you have the trail and the whole stretch to yourself. And since this trail is in low altitudes compared to the other treks, this will literally be a walk in the park for you.

The trail from Jumla to Rara passes through Sinja. Jumla is famous for its apple orchids and tasting apples from these parts will make you lose taste for apples anywhere else. As you make your way from Jumla and Sinja, you will come across other interesting villages like Gorusingha, Sinja and Jaljala. These villages offer you a glimpse of the unique khas traditions and customs.

Before you can reach the lake, you have to cross the Rara National Park, which is a 2 hour pleasant walk through the alpine canopies. These forests are very tranquil and walking through here will get you in touch with your core.

Rara National Park

The Rara National Park has unique floral and faunal species. The park was established in 1976 to preserve the beauty of the lake and protect it from sedimentation and adverse human activities. Some endangered species of wildlife like the Red Panda, Leopard Cat, Musk Deer, Grey Wolf, Blue Hare, Himalayan Wild Boar and the famed Red Panda feel at home here.

Crossing the threshold of these canopies, you will set foot, perhaps on the world’s most beautiful high altitude lake. Its crystalline blue waters glistens in the sunlight and you will be left wondering if what you are seeing is a place on earth. This is no exaggeration.

You can choose to carry with you a tent so you can stay overnight to enjoy the gentle waves as it glistens in the moonlight with the surrounding forest fragrance and cool northwestern Himalayan breeze to amp up your heavenly stay.

During the day, you can go boating in the clear waters, hike to nearby hills for a closer view of the snow-capped mountains, get acquainted with charming local people, or just walk around watching out for wildflowers or a rare bird along the way.

The lake holds few endemic animal species like Nepalese Snow Trout, Rara Carp, Rara Snow Trout Rara Lake frog, all unique to this region alone.

The villages in the Rara region are characterized by their harmony with nature, which remains a part of them. This trail leads you through remote countryside toward the Tibetan border.

A journey into the Jumla region and the beautiful Rara Lake is probably one of the most fascinating treks in  the Himalaya range undisturbed by hordes of trekkers and remains an untouched piece of region even to this day.

Manaslu Circuit Trek

Manaslu Circuit trek is often regarded as one of the best treks in Nepal and is now a great alternative to the Annapurna circuit trek. Less than two percent of trekkers go to Manaslu and because of this Manaslu trek is remote and physically demanding, yet at the same time, it is also culturally enriching and uplifting.

Manaslu trekking trail takes you from the steam-filled lowlands with their terraces of rice and millet, through the grand gorges of the Budi Gandaki with its turquoise waters and amazing waterfalls. You will also come across cultural diversities and natural scenery with high altitude dreamy glacier lakes.

Larkya La Pass (5160m)

Up north, is the snowbound Larkya La Pass next to the Tibetan border. At an altitude of 5167 meters, the mostly snow covered and icy Larkya La Pass is also widely believed to be one of the most dramatic passes crossing the Himalayas. As you make you ascent, suddenly a great glacial cirque bursts into view. A stupendous wall created by Cheo Himal, Himlung Himal, Gyaji Kang and Kang Guru, casts down a stream of glaciers, while Annapurna II rises ahead. In every sense, the 5,200m pass is the high point of the Manaslu circuit.

Looking back the way you have come gives a clear view. But by far the most amazing view comes after you have left the pass and walk along a corridor to the west because this is where you will encounter Mani Walls, Prayer Wheels, monasteries, Chortens and other Buddhist monuments.

The isolated villages that you encounter upon in this trail serve as a perfect definition of Nirvana. The inhabitants in the highlands of this trek are influenced by Tibetan culture.  You will encounter few trekkers because of the trail’s remoteness and moderate fitness required to hike it. Thus some prior trekking experiences will be beneficial to the travelers. However, those who don’t have any such experiences can try exercising few weeks prior to the trekking.

Manaslu circuit trek is a government regulated because it’s a restricted area as well. You must take permission prior to organizing treks for Manaslu region. And this is part of the appeal of Manaslu, as this trail receives far less travellers than your usual Everest Base camp trek or the very famous Annapurna Base Camp trail.

Even though the trail is relatively wild and remote compared to other treks, these regions are well equipped and have moderately fair trekking facilities. There are numerous tea houses at every stage of your journey, so you don’t have to bring tent or camping materials.

And if you are worried about the scenery, fear not as Manaslu Trekking provides you all Nepal has to offer. You’ll trek from the subtropical jungle at lower elevations, through the Himalayan foothills to the high, cold and challenging crossing of the Larkya La above 5,100 out of the major Nepalese treks. Nevertheless, it is still an adventurous 126 km (80 miles) drive from Kathmandu to Soti

Manaslu Circuit Trek is definitely a first choice for those who are looking to avoid the beaten path and prefer to become truly one with nature.

Kathmandu Dhulikhel Namobuddha Tour

Kathmandu Dhulikhel Namobuddha Tour consists of some of the most popular and culturally and religiously important sites in Nepal. The fact that all of these sites are located within a short driving distance of capital Kathmandu means travelers can enjoy this tour comfortably and within a reasonable time.

The tour starts off with a full day sightseeing of Bhaktapur Durbar Square, another world heritage site steeped in medieval culture and history. Also known as an open museum, it is home to some of the best preserved historical monuments including palaces, courtyards, temples, pagodas, monuments, craftwork, hand-crafted peacock windows, etc, reflecting mostly Hinduism.

Explore Bhaktapur

Situated 6.6 km north of Bhaktapur lies Changu Narayan Temple, the oldest temple of Nepal, said to have been built in 323 AD by King Hari Datta Varma. It is double-roofed pagoda style temple dedicated to Lord Vishnu and is perched atop a hill overlooking the rice-fields of Bhaktapur. The site was heavily damaged in the 2015 earthquake but has since been renovated and reopened for visitors again. From here, you can head straight to Dhulikhel or make a stop in Sanga to view the world’s largest Mahadev Statue. The statue attracts around 8000 to 10,000 visitors on weekends and public holidays, and even runs into lakhs on other important religious festivals.

Dhulikhel – Get Glimpses of Himalayas and Nature

Your real hike starts from Dhulikhel as you pass through beautiful forest, river, stream, beautiful scenery of different Himalayas, Kali temple, Shiva temple and old town of Panauti. The small town is rich in plethora of cultural diversities, and lush vegetation. Dhulikhel. The artistic skill and urban ethos of its Newar inhabitants have created a place of charm and beauty. Streets are lined with bare-brick houses, carved wooden windows, sloping roofs, pagoda temples and sacred statues everywhere. And since Dhulikhel is located only a few kilometers away from Kathmandu, it is one of the most popular weekend destinations.

You can stay in any one of the lodges Nepal Tour Guide™ has managed for you and after catching a morning sunrise and views of peaks at Dhulikhel you will take a short drive to a sacred Buddhist spot that is the Namobuddha. Namobuddha is situated at an elevation of 1750m and one of the three most important Buddhist pilgrimage sites along with Boudhanath and Swayambhunath.

The Stupa and shrines built in this lovely little hill mark a very ancient holy site significantly enough where a legendary prince named Mahasattva offered himself to a starving Tigress. This legendary episode is depicted in a very nice stone slab next to the Stupa.

Hiking to Namobuddha is an easy one and ideal for those who strive to walk for at least a few hours. Whether you are traveling for a quick holiday or looking for a long holiday, Kathmandu, Dhulikhel and Namo Buddha hiking is perfect for you. This tour is fully customized so you can decide which locations you want to go to and what you want to see out of our suggested itinerary.

Janakpur Cultural Tour

Janakpur is an important pilgrimage site for Hindus all over the world. For Hindus, Janakpur is very important: the place where Goddess Sita was born, and married to Lord Rama—the most beloved Hindu couple. Explore Janakpur on our Janakpur Cultural Tour.

Janakpur Cultural tour highlights the very old civilization and culture from Terai dating back to Rigvedic period, arguably around 9th to 10th century BCE. This makes Janakpur one of the oldest and most famous cities of Nepal.

The centre of Janakpur is dominated by the impressive Janaki Mandir to the north and west of the bazaar. This temple, one of the biggest in Nepal, was built in 1898 by Queen Brisabhanu Kunwari and is also famously called “Nau Lakha Mandir” after the cost of construction which is said to have been nine lakh rupees.

Taking a stroll through the ancient Mithila city to experience the Terai culture of southern Nepal will lead you to the Ram Janaki Temple in the center of the city that draws allusions to the famous Hindu epic Ramayana.

Apart from the historic temples with its connection to ancient mythology, Janakpur is also known for its more than 200 scared ponds scattered throughout the city. Any pilgrimage is incomplete without a ritual bath in none of these ponds. The famous ones among them are Ganga Sagar, Dhanush Sagar and Ratna Sagar.

Since the whole region is considered the center of Maithili culture, Maithili art and culture is predominant in this area. Janakpur’s atmosphere is charged with an intense devotional zeal. New shrines are forever being inaugurated and idols installed, while loudspeakers broadcast religious discourses and the mesmerizing drone of bhajan.

The Janakpur calendar is marked by several highlights in the festival calendar, like Parikrama where as many as 100,000 people join the annual one-day circumambulation of the city on the day of the February/March full moon, and Chhath where women bathe in Janakpur’s ponds and line them with elaborate offerings to the sun god in October/November.

But if you have made up your mind that Janakpur is only about temples, religion and pilgrimage then think again. Janakpur is home to the ancient Milthila culture, Mithila art and Indian styled sweets.

The very minimal, stylistic feminine shapes with bright colours make Mithila art one of the most recognized art styles around the world. These and the various indian styled sweets make Janakpur the epitome of cultural diversity in Nepal. Infact, around the Ram Janaki temple, you will be surprised to find the large muslim population living in harmony along with the majority Hindu population.

Janakpur is approximately 390 km and 10-hour drive from Kathmandu or daily flights are also available that take you bring you from the capital in about 40-minutes. There is also the only operational railway line of Nepal in Janakpur. But this railway line is only directly connected to India. This also makes it one of the top reasons for tourists to come to Janakpur.

Legends, folk songs and dance by the locals dressed in traditional attire, keep the bygone eras of kingdoms, palaces and legends alive for you to see on our distinctively mythical tour.

Explore Nepal Tour

Explore Nepal Tour is basically an overview trip of the major destinations in Nepal. From World Heritage sites of Kathmandu valley to Lumbini, from the raw appeal of towering mountain peaks to jungle safaris in Chitwan National Park. This 8days/7nights package is specifically designed for you to explore and discover the quintessence of Nepal.    

What sets this tour apart from the other tours is that it focuses more on traditional and cultural experience. Owing to the large number of ethnic groups in Nepal, it is said that there are more festivals than there are days in a year.

Since the quintessence of any country are its people and traditions, we coincide this tour to fall under any of the major festivals throughout Nepal. Sightseeing, hiking and other activities are combined with an in-depth look at the festivals of the locale.    

If you arrive to the capital during the peak trekking season of October to November, then the festivals of Dashain and Tihar is a great insight into what religious beliefs and rituals of this majorly Hindu population. Dashain is the biggest festival of the Hindus and the Hindu population celebrate by uniting with their large families, paying reverence to elders and feasting till sunrise.

Asan Bazaar – Visit Local Market

The focal point of the capital, not just during the festivals, is the ancient Asan bazaar. This bazaar is a town in its own right and enjoys an autonomous supervision by the locals themselves without the interference from the larger government body. Asan bazaar is jam packed with people trying to get the best bargains. Another sight that unique to Kathmandu you won’t get any place in Nepal.    

Pokhara – Adventure and Pristine Nature

The Lakeside in Pokhara also comes alive during Christmas and New Year holidays. Once you finish your expedition to Annapurna Base Camp or even a short trek to Poon Hill, coming down to the southern lakeside offers you wild merry making and wild nights.Travelers from all around the word crowd the streets of Pokhara to enjoy food, parades and events. Budget accommodations and homestays are widely available so you don’t have to worry about staying in expensive touristy areas. This will also ensure that the local village economy is thriving.    

Chitwan National Park

Spice up your Chitwan tour as well as this specially designed package takes you deep into the National Park to the Tharu village. The Tharus are the dominant indigenous people of Chitwan and to date have preserved their traditions and culture. The tharu dance conjures up vision of a pre-modern times when Tharus lived a purer life close to nature. Holi-the festival of colors is also well celebrated here. People celebrate Holi by throwing colored powder and water at each other and is probably the world’s most famous Hindu festival, as this is a festival where everyone can participate.    

Take the local routes and experience a typical villager lifestyle staying in one of the homestays. Rafting is another great opportunity for you to enjoy the sights of the famed Asiatic gangetic dolphin in these parts. Crocodiles, Gharials, and river birds make up the larger population of the river system. This tour is becoming more and more popular these days because it lets get an insight into the people’s way of life, their traditions and culture. Combined with your sightseeing itinerary, mountain hiking and jungle safari, your journey experience is heightened to a level that very few can get the chance to explore.

Although short, this package is the quintessence of your Explore Nepal tour.  

Upper Mustang Trek

The district of Mustang was once an independent kingdom. Until the early 1950s, it was closely tied to Tibet in terms of culture. The people here remained isolated from Nepal from hundreds of years and even to this day, the true mountain folks of Upper Mustang still retain their Tibetan language and heritage. Explore the lost hidden kingdom on Upper Mustang Trek.

History – King’s Rule

The king of Mustang enjoyed titular kingship till 2008 when Nepal was declared a republic in the wake of a massive political shift in Nepal. The king was still allowed to hold the title of king, along with petty kings in the former states of Bajhang, Salyan and Jajarkot. Mustang’s capital is Lo Manthang and is still home to the last raja of Mustang.

Tiji Festival 2020 – A Cultural Event

Tiji Festival is the famous Tibetan cultural annual event held in May. Experience the mystic culture of Lo-Manthang in 19, 20 and 21 may 2020.

It is because of the regions recent addition to Nepal and a long history of isolation, Upper Mustang still retains its culture and virgin natural beauty.

The population of Mustang, based on the 2001 consensus, was roughly 14,981 distributed over three larger towns. Scattered throughout the barren district are also some 30 or so smaller settlements. The inhabitants of this region are primarily Gurungs and Thakalis, while some boast a purely Tibetan lineage.


Mustang was located on a very strategic trade point between India and Tibet and hence this region saw a thriving population. The trekking route that is used today is still the same route that was used during the trade since the 15th century.

Although, this region became a part of Nepal from the 1950s, it was only opened to foreigners until as recent as early 2000s. Access is still restricted, however, as travelling further than Kagbeni would require special trekking permits and travellers to be accompanied by a government official.

Explore the Historic Mountain Caves

The most alluring attraction of Upper Mustang are the Mustang caves or Sky Caves, so called because of hundreds of man-made caves carved into the sides of the cliffs. There are said to be about 10,000 caves in this region. Exploration of these caves have led to the discovery of various Buddhist artifacts, some dating back to the 12th century even. The collected artifacts are Buddhist paintings, sculptures and manuscripts. These along with a 55 panel depiction of Buddha’s life make the Mustang Sky Caves, one of the world’s greatest archeological mysteries.

Trek Difficulty

Upper Mustang Trek is particularly not a difficult one with the highest point reaching only 3,800m but the conditions can be harsh. During the winters, most of the population migrate to lower regions of Nepal due to the harsh conditions, so winter treks are best avoided. The summer months and also the monsoon time is the preferred season for travel.

Best for Monsoon Trekking

Since Upper Mustang lies in the rain shadow region of the Himalayas, this place receives scarce rain. This trek generally requires a minimum of 14 days and fairly easy walk through the Kali Gandaki valley with occasional climbs above the valley walls. There is little that grows in the desert of Upper Mustang, but it’s arduous conditions test the travellers’ grit and make them a tougher individual. Here, the journey is the part of the experience, something you will realize when your grit is tested by the harsh cold Mustang winds.

Kathmandu Pokhara Tour

If you ever hear the call of the wild becking then Pokhara tour is for you. Pokhara is the adventure capital of Nepal, and rightfully so. Pokhara is a gateway to some of the world famous trekking routes in Nepal like Annapurna Base Camp, Ghorepani Poon Hill trek, Mardi Himal trek, Jomsom Muktinath trek, and Upper Mustang trek.

If these long treks aren’t your cup of tea, however, then there is still plenty to do around here. Pokhara is not called ‘the City of Lakes’ for no reason. You can take a casual stroll, swim, or boat on any of the lakes here. The most popular one, however, is the Phewa Lake.

Phewa Lake

Phewa lake has become so famous in fact, that the northern side of the shore has become a tourist district of some sorts and is famously known as Lake-side. This is where the most happening restaurant and hotels of Pokhara are. Tourists enjoy water-sports and fishing here. The vibrant life in the Lake-side is not just for partying. Here, you can meet tourists from all around the globe and swap your awesome travel stories with.

Pokhara – City of Caves

Owing to the large number of lakes, Pokhara also has numerous cave systems throughout the hillside. Cave exploring is another activity that you can do here. Gupteshwor Mahadev Cave, The Crazy Cave, Siddheshwar Cave and Mahendra Cave are among many cave systems that give you a mystical experience. The caves conjure up fantasies of enigmatic cities hidden underground.

If you have the energy to keep up with Pokhara’s wild side, then there is plenty to do around here. The second highest Bungee point of the country lies here and is increasingly becoming famous.

Get thrilling experience of Zipline

Pokhara has also recently introduced a zipline that runs for a whopping 1.8km and with a vertical height of 610m! Reaching speeds of up to 120km/hr, this zipline claims to be the fastest and steepest zipline of its type in the world!

Experience the extremity – Bungee Jumping

From Bungee Jumping at a height of 80 metres to paragliding in Sarangkot. From going down the world’s steepest zipline to mountain biking through lush green hills. From fishing in the serene lakes to hiking the world famous Annapurna circuit- Pokhara is THE place for adventure lovers from all around the world.

Visit the hillside of Pokhara

If the nights of wild partying and days of hair raising adventure has taken its toll on you then you can also take a short hike around the surrounding villages like Dhampus, Sarangkot hill or Kahun Daada.

The quaint villages lie far enough from the hustle and bustle of main Pokhara that this will be a perfect opportunity to enjoy spectacular views of the surrounding villages and mountain peaks. Rafting in the gentle Seti river takes you through untouched vegetation and also brings you closer to the birds in the habitat.

Live like locals

Budget accommodation and homestays can be found in the villages. This will give you a more authentic local experience rather than staying in the touristy area. Unlike other major cities around the world with their fast paced life, Pokhara is somewhere anyone can rejuvenate themselves. Imagine falling asleep with the sounds of nature playing a full orchestra around you. Think crickets, birds, together with the sweet sound of a nearby river lulling you to sleep. Nights under the twinkling stars is the cherry on the cake when it comes to offering you the most exotic experience imaginable. Quite frankly, Pokhara has it all.

Nights under the twinkling stars is the cherry on the cake when it comes to offering you the most exotic experience imaginable. Quite frankly, Pokhara has it all.

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