It would not be wrong to say that Nepal is the nature’s best playground for adventure sports. Adventure junkies from all over the world come to Nepal for a thrilling and exnihilating experience in the close vicinity of amazing landscapes. Whether you are a novice taking baby steps towards adventure or a seasoned player who lives for the break-skipping adventures, the mountains, hills and the plains of Terai welcome with you a wide array of adventure sports to try.

Don’t go after Nepal’s size. What it lacks in size, it makes with its adventure offerings. Along with the jagged 800 kilometers stretch of Himalayans, Nepal boasts of over 6,000 river and rivulets, glaciated and serene lakes, frozen and sturdy ice falls, lush high hills, and dense jungles. Given such incredible diversity in terms of topography, it is only natural that Nepal offers you with a range of adventure activities to embark on. Trekking and mountaineering, paragliding, mountain biking, sky diving, rafting, bungee jumping, zip lining, and cliff climbing are just few to name amongst so many. Although these sports vary in nature and style, one this is common among all. And that is – a guaranteed thrilling and exhilarating experience to remember for lifetime.

  • Bardiya national park tour

    Bardiya National Park Tour

    Bardiya National Park is the perfect destination for a true national park experience. While in Bardiya, you can also meet up with the friendly natives — Dangora and Rana Tharu people – of southern Nepal to know more about their exotic culture and traditions. In this way, a visit to Bardiya National Park won’t a true jungle experience but also a cultural eye-opener.

    $ 615.00
  • Bungee Jumping

    Nepal has carved a niche for itself amongst the world’s adrenaline junkies for its breathtaking and heart-pounding bungee experience. While the sport of bungee is not exclusive to just Nepal,

  • chitwan jungle safari tour

    Chitwan National Park


    The subtropical part of southern Nepal, this UNESCO World Heritage Site is the most famous national park in Nepal. It is widely popular for its vast land area and varieties of exciting biodiversity that can be witnessed during a safari in their own natural habitats .

    $ 210.00
  • Everest marathon – World’s highest marathon 

    The Everest Marathon is officially listed in the Guinness Book of Records as the highest marathon in the world. Fully known as Tenzing Hillary Everest Marathon, it is an international

  • Koshi Tappu Wildlife Reserve

    Less-frequented in comparison to national parks of Chitwan and Bardiya, KoshiTappu Wildlife Reserve is a hidden wildlife gem from Eastern Nepal. located in the flood plain of the Sapta-Koshi in

  • Mountain Biking

    The best way to explore the tiny Himalayan nation is on foot. However, mountain biking is a close second. Hurling down the adventurous dirt roads on a mountain bike is

  • Mountain Flights

    Mountain flights is one of the most adventurous yet luxurious things to experience in Nepal. It is getting increasingly popular by the day as another alternative to be eye-to-eye with

  • Paragliding

    Fly towards the sky on thermals overlooking the snowcapped mountains and emerald lakes like nowhere else in the planet. With experienced pilots at your disposal, select from adventurous tandem flights

  • River Rafting

    Being home to uncountable snowcapped mountains, Nepal boasts of some of the most beautiful and pristine white-water rivers. With over 6000 big and small rivers flowing across the country, there

  • Ultra-light aircraft flight

    Nepal is not just famous for its adventurous trekking trails, but also a playground for water and air adventure enthusiastic where you can fly throughout ten months from low land