Ghale Treks and Tours offers a plethora of outdoor activities, from
paragliding near the mountains to waiting for the Bengal tiger in
Chitwan's wild. Adventure tourism in Nepal dates back to the early
attempts to ascend worldâ's highest peak Mt. Everest fifty years ago.
Whether you choose to balloon, bungy jump,
canyon, ice-climb, rock climb, climb trekking peaks, fly over mountains
or fly an ultralight, you will find an adventure everyday in Nepal.
The Himalayas have long since held a mysterious attraction to travelers
and trekkers alike. In recent years, there has been a surge of extreme
sports to the small Himalayan of Nepal. Now, in this part of the world,
you can experience some of the most physically and mentally challenging
action sports in an exotic destination.
As if trekking, rafting/kayaking, biking and jungle safari are not
enough, any adventure mentioned below will entice the ultimate
Sail above the Kathmandu Valley and get your camera ready. These is a
grand balloon with 20 person gondola. Your ballooning tour comes
complete with a full course breakfast.
If you've always wanted to fly, you have come to the right spot. New to
Nepal, this leap of faith will jumpstart an already growing adrenaline
sport industry. Balance yourself on the 500ft suspension bridge nestled
within the mountains, high above the river. Raw energy begins to flow
through the wooden planks, then comes your six seconds of adrenaline.
After your flight, enjoy a relaxing stay in The Last Resort, in the
remote areas of Nepal's Bote Kosi river. Activities include rest,
relaxation, trekking, meditation in an ancient Parvati temple, and
conversations with new friends at the Instant Karma bar.
The latest adrenaline cocktail of choice is canyoning, an activity that
involves abseiling, sliding, jumping and climbing down canyon walls
alongside waterfalls to deep pools below.
Swim into narrow passages, through powerful blasts of water and past,
wild rock formations. This unique combination of skills gives you the
freedom to explore some of the most ruggedly beautiful, yet forbidden
places in the world.
For those who are restricted by time or other considerations from going
trekking, there are mountain flights that offer a panoramic encounter
with the highest peaks on earth. The plane departs from Kathmandu and
flies alongside the Himalaya to give you eye-level views of the snow
peaks and then brings you back in one hour. Cruising close to the
awesome massifs of rock and ice, the flight presents a mind-boggling
In Nepal, going to remote corners of the Himalaya by helicopter is
guaranteed to be an exciting activity. Since the whirlybird needs only a
small landing space, it can be hired to take tourists to whichever
destination and at whatever time they want to go. Of course, amazing
mountain views are just one part of the ticket.
A new era of recreational aviation has landed in Nepal. Discover the
magic of this simple, elemental, pure flight. Feel the wind in your
face, observe clear, unobstructed views and explore the stunning
landscapes, surrounded by a backdrop of lofty mountain peaks.
The 50th anniversary of the first ascent of Everest was celebrated
recently amidst great fanfare and extravaganza. Renowned mountain
summiteers Sir Edmund Hillary, Ms. Junko Tabei, Mr. Reinhold Messner,
Mr. Appa Sherpa, Mr. Jamling Norgay Sherpa took part in the
Trekking and mountain climbing are still the most popular sport among
visitors. Rafting on white water mountain streams across the typical
cross section of Nepal's geography is equally popular. Jungle safari in
the Terai is preferred by visitors interested to see Nepal's rare
varieties of animals and birds. Nepal also offers bungy jumping above
the wild waters of River Bhote Koshi. Canyoning to explore the rugged
and out-of -reach landscapes is another option at the site.
Aerial activities include taking off in micro-light aircrafts or hot-air
balloons for a good view of the mountains. Mountain flights offer the
closest possible spectacle of Mt. Everest and other peaks. The close
encounter with the tallest mountains of the earth often draws
awe-stricken silence from onlookers.