Paramount Holiday - Nepal Tour

Activities in Nepal

Nepal is a small country which has 0.03% of the total land of the world and or 0.3% of the Asian land.  Such a small part of world have a tropical to alpine climatic zone, variety of flora, and fauna.  Nepal has not only amazing bio-diversity from 75m to 8848m landscape also socio diversity, have many languages, caste, and culture.    People from the world can have trek on the world highest mountain, historical architecture, and amazing geography. Furthermore, the world highest 8 peaks, more than eight thousand are in Nepal. More ever many stream and river, ideal history, and we can feel every world climatic zone around in Nepal.

Anthropologically Nepal has still some mark of pioneer society alike Stone Age. Around Nepal Not only a combination of Mongolian and Aryan also the combination of Hindus and Buddhist mixture.  As the same way, it has 125 race (caste) 123 languages.  Different groups follow a variety of cultural custom and believer ideology accessible. On the other hand, you have access variety of tourism product like an expedition, rafting, paragliding, trekking, alpinism, hiking, eco-tour, Bunzy jumping, rock climbing, bird watching, biking, jungle safari, research tour, pilgrims tour, honey hunting, and others many activities.

We are offering the most popular trail available to the middle of the Great Himalayan range. From the highest peak (Mt. Everest 8848m.) and other areas where one can find the hidden natural resources, & many different tribes linked by the rich cultural & religious heritage. Natural beauty is a paradise for adventure tourism & with culture and religion makes refreshing our soul.

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Nepal is a destination for trekking offering of possibilities from the short and easy to demanding challenges of the snowy peaks. People also knowing Nepal by “A trekkers paradise”.  From its own have terrain – Mountain, Hills, and Terai.  Nepal’s diversity is offering most of the spectacular trekking routes in the world. On the other hand, the immense scope in altitudes and climates found here support an equally spectacular mix of lifestyles, vegetation, and wildlife.  Trekking in Nepal is a cultural experience and Himalayan adventure.  One can experience hare differently, in the side of the foothills, watching the icy pinnacles of the Himalayas, inhabited by diverse ethnic groups.  Trek varies from expeditions, high altitude treks to simple easy paced walks.


With eight of the highest peak in the world, including Mt. Everest, Nepal has achieved some of the most outstanding records in the history of mountaineering. The dauntless icy peaks have since decades challenged the bodies and spirits of the daring ones. Nepal’s tourism history has been developing from mountaineering. All inquiries and arrangements for expeditions have to be made in advance at the department of tourism, Bhrikutimandap, Kathmandu.

Mountain flight:

For those who cannot withstand the rigorousness of mountain climbing. There are mountain flights, which fly around Mt. Everest and other summits, providing a close –up view of the top of the world. During one hour flight from Kathmandu, one can get to see Gosaithan (Shisha Pangma), Dorje Lakpa, Phubri Chyachu, Choba Bhamare, Gaurishankar, Melungtse, Chugimago, Numbur, Karyolung, Choyou, Gyachunkang, Pumori, Nuptse, Amadablang, Makalu and of course of Everest. Mountain flights are offered by several airlines in the morning from the domestic airport of Kathmandu.

Rafting/ Kayaking/ Canyoning:

Few rivers in the world can match the Thundering course of rivers of Nepal. They are originating from the snow meltdown of the Himalayans.  The rivers gush through the twisted canyons, winding through calm valleys where small settlements are perched on the banks. At the end out only as they spill out into the Indian plains to merge with Ganga. A river trip is one of the best ways to explore the typical cross-section. In that section, natural beauty as well as the Ethno cultural-heritage with massive doses of adrenaline buzz on our world-class white water thrills.  An extreme sport popular in Europe, canyoning is now available in Nepal.  It involves abseiling, Jumping, sliding, climbing, along waterfalls and steep cliffs to deep pools, giving the canyoner the freedom to explore the beautiful underwater landscape.


Paragliding is a relatively new adventure sport in Nepal.  It is the simple, safe and less expensive way of discovering the joy of flying alone. It is an opportunity to experience the aerial view of the magnificent Himalayas in the backdrop as you soar over lakes, villages, monasteries, temples, and jungles together with the eagles and griffins. Sarankot at 1450m above lakeside in Pokhara valley is the jumping-off point for paragliding. From here one can take in the stunning view of two of the world’s eight thousand peaks namely Dhaulagiri and Annapurna.

Village tour/ hiking:

Village tour allows the visitor to experience a stay in a typical Nepali village. This gives the visitor an opportunity to observe the rich Nepali culture and tradition from the closest quarter and intermingle with the locals. Besides, any expenses made at that level directly contribute to the welfare of the local community, hence giving the visitor a sense of satisfaction. Village tours are conducted in Sirubari, Briddim, Ghalegaun, Illam, and many other places of Nepal.

Jungle Safari:

Chitwan national park, Bardia National park, Shuklaphanta wildlife reserve and Koshi Tappu wildlife reserve offers exciting safari holidays. Jungle activities here include venturing into deep jungle on elephant back or four-wheel drive to view wild animals in their natural habitat, canoe rides along the Jungle Rivers, nature walks, bird watching and village tour excursions. Besides those, one can do sightseeing in world natural and cultural heritage places in Kathmandu. Along with Buddhist Stupas, Hindus Temple, hills resort and lake city of Pokhara. As the same way, one can do these activities as well- bird watching, bungy jumping, rock climbing, ultra-light aircraft, hunting, honey hunting, boating, elephant riding, jungle safari, angling/ fishing, and mountain biking, etc.

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