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    A adventure sports tour in Nepal

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    At a Glance

    • Destination
    • Duration
      09 days
    • Trip Difficulty
      Easy Trip
    • Activities
      City Tour and Adventure Activities
    • Accommodation
      3 Star Standard hotels and Rafting Camp
    • Meals
      AP plan - Rafting & Chitwan / BB plan - Kathmandu & Pokhara
    • Vehicle
      Private and AC Tourist bus Transportation
    • Max. People
    A adventure sports tour in NepalMap
    • StartsKathmandu, Nepal
    • EndsKathmandu, Nepal

    About - A adventure sports tour in Nepal

    Embark on a thrilling journey with Luxury Holiday Nepal's premier "Adventure Sports Tour in Nepal". This expedition harmoniously marries the pristine allure of Nepal with a spectrum of pulse-racing adventures. Whether you're challenging the turbulent currents of the Trishuli River or gliding gracefully above Pokhara's landscapes during a paragliding session, every dawn heralds a fresh escapade. Yet, this tour isn't solely an adrenaline quest. Participants are also invited to delve deep into Nepal's rich tapestry of culture, meandering through its age-old relics, and bustling bazaars, and engaging with the ever-hospitable Nepali folk.

    Luxury Holiday Nepal prioritizes ensuring that every adventurer not only encounters the highs of excitement but also the profound soul of Nepal, all within a cocoon of safety and luxury. With our expert guides, top-notch gear, and impeccable organization, you're promised an unblemished voyage. Set out on this quest and savor a mesmerizing amalgamation of excitement, nature, and tradition amidst the majestic Himalayan backdrop.

    Highlights of A adventure sports tour in Nepal

    • Thrilling Rafting Experience: Navigate the white waters of the Trishuli River, surrounded by scenic views, making for a pulse-pounding experience.
    • Jungle Safari in Chitwan National Park: Dive into the wilderness of Chitwan and witness exotic wildlife, including the Royal Bengal Tiger and one-horned rhinoceros, in their natural habitat.
    • Aerial Adventures in Pokhara: Soar high with paragliding, feel the adrenaline rush with bungee jumping, zip-line across breathtaking landscapes, and float over the serene Phewa Lake and Pokhara city in a hot air balloon.
    • Cultural Exploration in Kathmandu and Pokhara: Delve deep into the cultural heart of Nepal with guided tours of historical sites, ancient temples, and UNESCO World Heritage landmarks.
    • Breathtaking Mountain Views: Whether from the road, the air, or specific viewpoints, the sight of the majestic Himalayas, including peaks like Machapuchare (Fishtail) in Pokhara, will leave you awestruck.
    • Overnight Camp by the Trishuli River: Relish the riverside camping experience, complete with bonfires, local food, and a canvas of stars.
    • Diverse Landscapes: Transition from bustling cityscapes to serene river banks, dense jungles to the panoramic Himalayan foothills – all in one trip.
    • Local Gastronomic Delight: Savor authentic Nepali cuisine, especially during the farewell dinner in Kathmandu, where cultural dance performances add to the experience.
    • Camaraderie with Locals: Interactions with the warm and hospitable Nepali people, providing insights into their traditions and way of life.
    • Comprehensive Inclusions: From comfortable accommodations to all necessary equipment for adventure activities, everything is taken care of, ensuring a hassle-free experience.

    Each of these highlights makes the Adventure Sports Tour an exhilarating journey, blending thrilling activities with rich cultural insights, set against the backdrop of Nepal's unparalleled natural beauty.

    Features on A adventure sports tour in Nepal

    An adventure sports tour in Nepal offers thrilling experiences and opportunities to engage in various adventure activities amidst the breathtaking landscapes of the Himalayas. Here are some features of an adventure sports tour in Nepal:

    Comprehensive Itinerary

    An itinerary is more than just a list of activities or places to visit; it's the backbone of any successful travel experience. For the Adventure Sports Tour in Nepal, Luxury Holiday Nepal offers a comprehensive itinerary that has been meticulously crafted, reflecting a deep understanding of both the adventure elements and the cultural heartbeat of Nepal.

    • Well-Structured: The flow of activities is designed to ensure participants get adequate rest between high-adrenaline experiences, maximizing enjoyment and safety.
    • Adventure-Culture Blend: While Nepal is a playground for adventure enthusiasts, it's also a land steeped in history and tradition. This tour doesn’t prioritize one over the other; instead, it interweaves both, offering a holistic experience.
    • Sequential Planning: Starting from the bustling capital of Kathmandu, moving to the thrilling rapids of the Trishuli River, transitioning to the wild terrains of Chitwan, and culminating in the tranquil landscapes of Pokhara, the itinerary is sequenced to build excitement.
    • Local Insights: Beyond mainstream attractions, the itinerary includes hidden gems and local spots that offer a more authentic insight into Nepali life.
    • Flexible Pace: While packed with activities, the itinerary also offers moments of leisure, allowing participants to explore on their own or simply relax and soak in the environment.
    • Highlights at Every Turn: Each day of the tour presents something unique, ensuring there's never a dull moment. From white-water rafting and jungle safaris to paragliding and cultural immersion, every activity is a highlight in its own right.
    • In-depth Descriptions: Every listed activity or location comes with a detailed description, preparing participants for what to expect and ensuring they make the most of every experience.

    The comprehensive itinerary by Luxury Holiday Nepal is not just about checking boxes. It's about making sure that participants get a taste of the thrilling, the serene, the ancient, and the modern aspects of Nepal, all in one unforgettable journey.

    Cultural Insight 

    Nepal is a tapestry of cultures, traditions, and historical legacies. While the nation is renowned for its adrenaline-pumping activities, its soul lies in its rich cultural heritage. Luxury Holiday Nepal ensures that participants of the Adventure Sports Tour don't just skim the surface, but dive deep into the cultural heart of the country.

    • Guided Tours: Luxury Holiday Nepal employs knowledgeable local guides who are well-versed in Nepali history and traditions. Their narratives breathe life into ancient temples, palaces, and artifacts, making the past come alive for the participants.
    • Interaction with Locals: The tour provides opportunities for genuine interactions with locals. Be it a conversation with a shopkeeper in Kathmandu's bustling markets or sharing a cup of traditional tea with villagers, these moments offer a firsthand experience of Nepali hospitality and way of life.
    • Explore Historical Landmarks: The itinerary includes visits to UNESCO World Heritage Sites, ancient temples, and historic palaces. Each landmark tells a story of Nepal's bygone eras, its rulers, religious practices, and architectural prowess.
    • Traditional Performances: The farewell dinner in Kathmandu isn't just about savoring Nepali cuisine. It's also an evening of cultural performances, where dances and songs from various Nepali ethnic groups are showcased, offering a vibrant glimpse into the country's artistic heritage.
    • Local Craft and Art: Participants get opportunities to explore local markets where traditional handicrafts, paintings, and sculptures are sold. Not only do these artifacts make for great souvenirs, but they also provide insights into Nepal's artisanal traditions.
    • Spirituality and Religion: Nepal is a melting pot of various religions, primarily Hinduism and Buddhism. Visiting ancient temples and monasteries, observing rituals, and understanding the religious symbology deepens the understanding of Nepal's spiritual ethos.
    • Festivals and Celebrations: Depending on the timing of the tour, participants might get the chance to witness or partake in local festivals, each of which is a riot of colors, dances, music, and traditions, reflecting the diverse cultures of Nepal.

    The emphasis on cultural insight ensures that participants walk away with memories that are as rich and diverse as Nepal itself. While the adventure activities provide the thrills, these cultural interactions and learnings add depth and meaning to the journey, making the experience with Luxury Holiday Nepal truly holistic.

    Diverse Activities

    Nepal is a treasure trove for adventure enthusiasts. From the towering peaks of the Himalayas to the rapid rivers and lush jungles, the country's varied landscapes serve as a perfect backdrop for a plethora of exhilarating activities.

    • Rafting: Experience the thrill of navigating the Trishuli River, one of Nepal's most popular rafting rivers. Feel the rush of adrenaline as you tackle its rapids, while also soaking in the serene beauty of the surrounding valleys and gorges.
    • Paragliding in Pokhara: Soar over the city of Pokhara, casting a bird's-eye view on the majestic Annapurna range, serene lakes, and verdant landscapes below. Guided by experts, this activity promises a unique perspective of the Himalayan vistas.
    • Bungee Jumping: Dive into the rush of bungee jumping in Pokhara. The heart-pounding plunge offers not just the thrill of the free fall, but also breathtaking views of the city and its surrounding landscapes.
    • Zip-lining: Zip through the air at incredible speeds, enjoying panoramic views of Pokhara and its environs. This exhilarating activity offers both thrill and scenic beauty, making it a must-try for adventure enthusiasts.
    • Hot Air Ballooning: Rise above the Pokhara valley in a hot air balloon, enjoying a 360-degree panorama of the Himalayan range, lakes, and the city. Whether it's a sunrise or sunset flight, the hues of the sky and the landscapes below make for a mesmerizing experience.
    • Trekking Adventures: Nepal is renowned for its trekking routes, catering to all levels of trekkers. Whether you choose a short hike or an extended trek, you'll be immersed in the stunning landscapes of the Himalayas, with opportunities to explore local culture and traditions along the way.
    • Customizable Options: Luxury Holiday Nepal recognizes that every adventurer has unique preferences. With a wide range of activities on offer, participants can choose and customize their experiences, ensuring personal satisfaction.
    • Safety Assured: Every activity, no matter how adrenaline-pumping, is conducted with the highest safety standards in mind. Participants are equipped with top-notch gear and are always under the guidance of experienced professionals.
    • Comprehensive Briefings: Before embarking on any activity, participants are given detailed briefings, ensuring they are well informed and prepared for the experience ahead.

    Wildlife Safari

    A wildlife safari in Chitwan National Park is a thrilling and immersive experience that allows you to explore the rich biodiversity of Nepal's Terai region. Here is what to expect on a wildlife safari in Chitwan National Park:

    • Jungle Exploration: Chitwan National Park, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, is renowned for its dense forests, grasslands, and wetlands. Embark on guided jungle walks and jeep safaris to venture deep into the park and discover its diverse ecosystems.
    • Rare Wildlife Sightings: Chitwan National Park is home to a wide range of wildlife, including endangered species such as the Bengal tiger, one-horned rhinoceros, Asian elephant, and the elusive Royal Bengal tiger. With the help of experienced naturalist guides, you have the chance to spot these majestic creatures in their natural habitat.
    • Elephant Back Safari: Experience a unique and traditional way of exploring the park by riding on the back of an elephant. Traverse through the tall grasslands and dense forests, accompanied by a skilled mahout (elephant handler), for an up-close encounter with wildlife.
    • Jeep Safari: Embark on thrilling jeep safaris that take you deep into the heart of the park. Accompanied by experienced guides, you will have the chance to spot rare and endangered wildlife, including the one-horned rhinoceros, Bengal tigers, leopards, elephants, sloth bears, and numerous bird species.
    • Canoe Rides: Drift along the serene rivers and tributaries of Chitwan National Park on a canoe ride. As you silently navigate the waterways, you can observe various bird species, mugger crocodiles, and other aquatic life.
    • Bird Watching: Chitwan National Park is a paradise for bird enthusiasts, with over 500 species of resident and migratory birds. Join a bird watching excursion and witness the vibrant plumage and melodious calls of birds such as the Bengal florican, Asian paradise flycatcher, and great hornbill.
    • Tharu Cultural Experience: Interact with the local Tharu community, indigenous to the Terai region, and gain insights into their unique culture and way of life. Enjoy traditional Tharu dance performances and savor authentic Tharu cuisine during your stay.
    • Elephant Breeding Center: Visit the Elephant Breeding Center within the park to observe the nurturing and conservation efforts for the Asian elephant population. Learn about the breeding programs and witness adorable baby elephants.
    • Nature Walks and Village Visits: Explore the outskirts of Chitwan National Park on guided nature walks and village visits. Observe the local flora and fauna, witness traditional farming practices, and interact with the friendly communities residing in the buffer zone of the park.
    • Sunset and Sunrise Views: Experience the breathtaking beauty of Chitwan National Park during sunrise and sunset. The golden hues of the sky reflecting on the grasslands and rivers create a mesmerizing ambiance that is perfect for photography and peaceful contemplation.

    A wildlife safari in Chitwan National Park offers an incredible opportunity to witness Nepal's diverse wildlife, immerse yourself in nature, and learn about the rich cultural heritage of the region. It is an adventure that combines excitement, tranquility and a deep appreciation for the natural world.

    Experienced Guides and Safety Measures

    When engaging in various adventure activities and tours in Nepal, experienced guides and safety measures play a crucial role in ensuring a safe and enjoyable experience. Here are some key aspects of experienced guides and safety measures in Nepal:

    • Professional Expertise: All of the guides provided by Luxury Holiday Nepal are experienced and knowledgeable about the activities and destinations. They have undergone extensive training and possess an in-depth understanding of the terrain, weather conditions, cultural significance, and safety protocols.
    • Local Insight: Our guides have an intimate knowledge of the region, including hidden gems, lesser-known trails, and cultural nuances. They can provide valuable insights, historical context, and interesting anecdotes, enhancing your overall experience.
    • Safety Protocols: Guides prioritize the safety of participants. They are well-versed in safety protocols, emergency procedures, and risk management. They ensure that proper safety equipment is provided and utilized correctly during activities, such as helmets, life jackets, harnesses, and ropes.
    • First Aid and Emergency Preparedness: Guides are trained in basic first aid and carry essential medical supplies. They can handle minor injuries and provide initial care in case of emergencies until professional medical help can be accessed.
    • Communication and Language Skills: Guides provided by us are proficient in English and other languages. Clear communication is essential for conveying instructions, sharing information, and addressing any concerns or questions that participants may have.
    • Equipment Maintenance: Guides ensure that all equipment used during activities, such as rafting gear, paragliding equipment, or hiking gear, is well-maintained and regularly checked for safety and functionality.
    • Cultural Sensitivity: Guides foster cultural sensitivity and respect for local traditions. They provide guidance on appropriate behavior, dress codes, and cultural customs, helping participants navigate cultural interactions with local communities.
    • Risk Assessment: Experienced guides conduct thorough risk assessments before embarking on any adventure activity. They consider factors like weather conditions, terrain conditions, and participants' abilities to ensure that activities are conducted in a safe environment.

    An adventure sports tour in Nepal combines the thrill of outdoor activities with stunning natural beauty and cultural experiences, making it an unforgettable journey for adventure enthusiasts and nature lovers.

    Best Time for A adventure Sports Tour in Nepal

    Nepal's diverse geography means its climate varies significantly from region to region. The best time for an adventure sports tour largely depends on the activities you're keen on and the kind of experiences you're looking for. Here's a breakdown by season:

    Spring (March to May):

    • Weather: Pleasant and warm with clear skies. Temperatures gradually rise by the end of May.
    • Adventure Activities: It's a great time for paragliding and hot air ballooning in Pokhara due to stable thermals and clear skies.
    • Why Opt for Spring: Spring sees the blossoming of rhododendrons, making treks and hikes particularly scenic. Wildlife in Chitwan is active and easily spotted.
    • Considerations: As it's peak trekking season, some popular areas can get crowded.

    Summer/Monsoon (June to August):

    • Weather: Warm to hot, with heavy monsoon rains and occasional landslides in hilly areas.
    • Adventure Activities: Rafting can be more challenging due to the swollen rivers. Some adventure activities might be restricted due to rain.
    • Why Opt for Summer: It's an off-peak season, so fewer tourists. The landscape turns lush green.
    • Considerations: Visibility might be reduced due to rain, affecting paragliding and hot air ballooning. Trekking in certain regions can be difficult due to muddy trails.

    Autumn (September to November):

    • Weather: Cool and clear, with arguably the best mountain views. This is the most popular season for visiting Nepal.
    • Adventure Activities: Ideal for almost all adventure activities. Stable weather conditions make paragliding, bungee jumping, and zip-lining optimal.
    • Why Opt for Autumn: Crystal clear skies offer the best mountain views. Forests in lower altitudes showcase a beautiful array of autumn colors.
    • Considerations: Due to its popularity, some adventure spots and trekking trails can get crowded.

    Winter (December to February):

    • Weather: Cold, especially in the mountains. The Terai region can be foggy but remains relatively warmer.
    • Adventure Activities: Winter rafting can be an exhilarating experience. Paragliding can still be done on days with clear skies.
    • Why Opt for Winter: Fewer tourists mean a more peaceful experience. Snow-covered landscapes offer unique trekking experiences.
    • Considerations: Some high-altitude adventure activities might be closed due to snowfall. Days are shorter.

    Note: While each season offers unique experiences, it's crucial to check in advance regarding the availability and safety of specific adventure activities, especially during the extremes of monsoon and winter. Always rely on expert guidance from companies like Luxury Holiday Nepal to make informed decisions.

    Important notes on A adventure sports tour in Nepal

    Altitude Concerns: Some activities, especially treks, might take you to higher altitudes. It's essential to be aware of the symptoms of altitude sickness and understand the importance of proper acclimatization.

    • Physical Fitness: While many of the activities are suitable for beginners, a basic level of physical fitness can enhance the experience. Some activities, like rafting in challenging rapids or long treks, might require a more robust physical condition.
    • Safety First: Always follow safety guidelines provided by instructors and guides. Whether you're paragliding, bungee jumping, or rafting, adhering to safety protocols is paramount.
    • Insurance: Ensure you have comprehensive travel insurance that covers all the adventure activities you plan to partake in. Standard policies might not cover high-risk activities, so always double-check.
    • Cultural Sensitivity: While engaging in cultural exploration, remember to be respectful. This includes dressing modestly when visiting religious sites and seeking permission before taking photographs of people or their property.
    • Seasonal Variations: As discussed earlier, some activities might be season-dependent. It's vital to check the feasibility and safety of activities if you're traveling during the off-peak seasons.
    • Local Regulations: Some areas, especially conservation or protected regions, might require special permits. Always ensure you have the necessary permissions and abide by local rules.
    • Pack Accordingly: Depending on the season and the activities you're interested in, make sure to pack accordingly. This might include waterproof gear for the monsoon or warm clothing for the colder months.
    • Environmental Responsibility: Nepal's natural beauty is one of its biggest attractions. As visitors, it's crucial to minimize our environmental footprint. This includes practices like carrying back trash, avoiding single-use plastics, and not disturbing wildlife.
    • Stay Informed: While Luxury Holiday Nepal will provide comprehensive guidance, it's always a good idea to do personal research and stay updated on local news, especially concerning weather or any regional disturbances.
    • Booking in Advance: Given the popularity of some activities, especially during peak seasons, it's recommended to book your adventures in advance to ensure availability.
    • Personal Medications: If you're on any medications, bring an ample supply with you. While Nepal has well-stocked pharmacies, specific brands or formulations might not be readily available.

    By paying heed to these notes, participants can ensure that their Adventure Sports Tour in Nepal is not only thrilling but also safe and respectful to the beautiful country and its people.

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    What's Included

      All ground transport in a private vehicle, including airport and hotel transfers
      Accommodation with breakfast at a 3-star category hotel. In Kathmandu(Hotel Holy Himalaya or similar), rafting (River fun Beach Resort or similar category), Chitwan (Hotel Parkland or similar) and Pokhara (Hotel Lake Star or similar) on a twin/double sharing bed and breakfast basis.
      Full board meal plan in Chitwan with all Jungle activities.
      Accommodation in a tented camp in rafting with Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner.
      All the rafting equipment i.e. boat, life jacket, paddles, waterproof bag, etc. is provided.
      Tourist Bus transportation(Kathmandu-Rafting-Chitwan-Pokhara-Kathmandu).
    • GUIDE:
      An experienced, helpful and friendly English-speaking Guide in Kathmandu and in Pokhara
      Paragliding, Bungee, Zip flyer and Hot air ballooning in Pokhara
      All Nepalese staff & porter’s daily wages, salary, equipment, food & clothing.
      Sightseeing in Pokhara Valley by private vehicle and a professional guide.
      City sightseeing and entrance fees
      Farewell dinner in Kathmandu in a typical Nepali restaurant with a cultural dance performance in the evening.
      All government taxes and official expenses.

    What's Excluded

      International flight airfare (from and to Kathmandu).
      Nepal entry visa; you can obtain a visa easily upon your arrival at Tribhuwan International Airport in Kathmandu. (See the Visa & Entry Procedure of Nepal page)
      Lunch and Dinner while you are in Kathmandu and Pokhara
    • ADD-ON:
      Everest Scenic Flight, Private Transportation, Domestic Flight (Chitwan - Pokhara & Pokhara-Kathmandu) and Hotel Upgrade (4 Star and 5 Star options)
      Extra nights’ accommodation in Kathmandu. In case of early arrival or late departure, domestic flight cancellation (due to any other reason) than the scheduled itinerary.
      Travel Insurance (for trip cancellation, interruption, medical treatment, repatriation, etc.)
      Telephone Calls, Internet, laundry, soft drinks, beers, and any Alcoholic beverages.
    • FILMING:
      Special Filming, Camera, and Drone permit fee.
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    • Group and Family Discounts
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    • TIPS:
      Tips for the guide & driver. (Tipping is Expected).
    • EXTRA:
      Any other services, activities or personal expenses, which are not mentioned in the itinerary and other items not listed in the “Cost Includes” section.
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      Ms. Ava Martin
      United States of America (the), Texas

      I can't wait to go back and do it all again!

      We did an adventure sports tour in Nepal with Luxury Holidays Nepal. 

      One of the highlights of a Kathmandu tour is exploring the city's rich cultural heritage. Pashupatinath Temple, for example, is one of the most sacred Hindu temples in the world and is located on the banks of the Bagmati River. The temple complex includes many smaller temples and shrines and is a popular destination for pilgrims from all over the world.

      Next, we headed to Chitwan for a jungle safari in Chitwan National Park. We saw so many animals up close, including rhinos and tigers! The elephant ride was a highlight too. Our guide was experienced and made the safari even more enjoyable with his knowledge and storytelling.

      In Pokhara, we had an incredible experience with adventure sports. Paragliding was definitely the highlight of the tour for me. The views of the Annapurna range and the Pokhara Valley were simply breathtaking. The experience of flying like a bird and feeling the wind on my face was indescribable. The pilot was experienced and made me feel safe throughout the flight.

      Overall, the adventure sports tour in Nepal was an incredible experience that I would highly recommend to anyone looking for a thrill-seeking adventure.

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      Ms. Amelia Campbell
      United States of America (the), Dallas

      Incredible experience!

      I recently went on an adventure sports tour in Nepal and it was an incredible experience! The tour included paragliding, zip-lining, rafting, bungee jumping, and jungle safari. Each activity was unique and thrilling in its own way.

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      Mr. Ethan Thompson
      Canada, Montreal

      Our guide was amazing

      I and my family recently went on an adventure sports tour in Nepal that covered three destinations - Kathmandu, Chitwan, and Pokhara. The tour included activities like white-water rafting, jungle safari, bungee jumping, and paragliding, among others. Our guide was knowledgeable and ensured our safety throughout the activity. Everything was perfect according to the itinerary

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    Accommodation During A adventure sports tour in Nepal

    Travelers embarking on the Adventure Sports Tour in Nepal can anticipate a blend of comfort and local experience in their accommodations, tailored by Luxury Holiday Nepal to ensure a memorable stay.

    • Kathmandu - Hotel Holy Himalaya (or similar): Located in the heart of the capital, this 3-star category hotel serves as a comfortable base for city exploration. Expect modern amenities, warm hospitality, and a convenient location close to major tourist attractions.

    • Rafting Camp - River Fun Beach Resort (or similar): A tented camp experience awaits by the Trishuli River. This setting offers travelers a unique chance to be amidst nature, with the soothing sounds of the river providing a serene backdrop. The camp ensures a balance of adventure and comfort.

    • Chitwan - Hotel Parkland (or similar): After the thrill of jungle activities, this 3-star category hotel provides a peaceful haven. With its local architecture and lush green surroundings, the hotel offers a blend of nature and luxury, making it a perfect place to relax.

    • Pokhara - Hotel Lake Star (or similar): Situated close to the serene Phewa Lake, this hotel is a treat for nature lovers. Its location provides easy access to local attractions, and the view of the lake and nearby mountains adds to its charm. Comfortable rooms and top-notch services promise a restful stay.

    All accommodations chosen by Luxury Holiday Nepal focus on traveler comfort, ensuring that after an exhilarating day of activities, participants can retire to a cozy and comfortable setting. Breakfasts are included, and rooms are designed for twin/double sharing, offering a homely environment to rest and rejuvenate. With these accommodations, your Adventure Sports Tour in Nepal is bound to be a blend of adventure and relaxation.

    Transportation during A adventure sports tour in Nepal

    Exploring the diverse terrains and engaging in multiple activities in Nepal demands reliable and comfortable transportation. Luxury Holiday Nepal ensures seamless travel arrangements during the Adventure Sports Tour, offering the following modes of transportation:

    • Private Vehicle: A key feature of the tour, private vehicles are arranged for swift airport-to-hotel transfers, ensuring a warm welcome and a hassle-free conclusion to your journey. Additionally, sightseeing in Kathmandu and Pokhara becomes a pleasure with personalized transport, allowing for flexibility and comfort.

    • Tourist Bus: As you journey through the landscapes of Nepal from Kathmandu to Chitwan and onto Pokhara, the tourist buses are an ideal mode of transport. Not only do they offer comfort with basic onboard amenities, but they also provide a unique opportunity to view the picturesque terrains of Nepal, turning travel time into a scenic experience.

    • Rafting Transfers: As rafting is an integral part of the tour, dedicated transportation is provided to the Trishuli River's starting point. These transfers ensure participants arrive refreshed and ready for the adrenaline-pumping rafting experience.

    • Adventure Activities Transportation: Every adventure activity, be it paragliding over Pokhara, bungee jumping amidst nature, zip-lining across terrains, or floating in a hot air balloon, requires specialized transfer arrangements. Luxury Holiday Nepal ensures that participants reach each activity site comfortably and punctually, maximizing the adventure experience.

    The transportation during the Adventure Sports Tour in Nepal, curated by Luxury Holiday Nepal, is designed keeping in mind the comfort, safety, and convenience of the participants. This meticulous attention to transportation ensures that every leg of the journey, whether on land or water, is an enjoyable part of the overall adventure.

    Food during A adventure sports tour in Nepal

    Nepal offers a rich and diverse culinary landscape, which participants of the Adventure Sports Tour can savor and enjoy. Luxury Holiday Nepal ensures that the food provided during the tour not only nourishes the body but also offers an authentic taste of Nepali cuisine. Here's an overview of the food arrangements:

    • Breakfast: Inclusive in your accommodation, breakfasts usually comprise a mix of local and international dishes. In cities like Kathmandu and Pokhara, travelers can expect a buffet-style breakfast with options ranging from traditional Nepali breakfast items like 'alu paratha' (potato-stuffed flatbread) and 'sel roti' (traditional rice doughnut) to continental choices such as toast, cereals, eggs, and fruits.
    • Rafting Camp Meals: During your tented stay at River Fun Beach Resort, you'll be provided with a full meal plan. This usually consists of a hearty breakfast before you set off on the river, a packed lunch to enjoy during a break from rafting, and a wholesome dinner once you're back at the camp. The meals are typically a mix of Nepali and international cuisines, prepared with fresh local ingredients.
    • Chitwan National Park: The adventure in Chitwan is complemented with a full board meal plan. Given its location, meals here would offer a mix of Tharu local cuisine, combined with Nepali and other popular international dishes. Expect to taste local delicacies that might include wild meat and fresh vegetables.
    • Pokhara: While breakfast is provided at Hotel Lake Star or a similar hotel, Pokhara's Lakeside area offers a plethora of restaurants and cafes where travelers can sample various cuisines for lunch and dinner. From traditional Nepali 'thali' sets to Italian, Chinese, and other international dishes, there's something for every palate.
    • Special Farewell Dinner: A notable food highlight is the farewell dinner in Kathmandu. Organized at a typical Nepali restaurant, this is an opportunity for travelers to indulge in authentic Nepali cuisine, ranging from 'momo' (dumplings) to 'dal Bhat (lentil soup with rice and accompaniments). The meal is often accompanied by cultural dance performances, making it a feast for the senses.
    • Other Meals: While lunch and dinner in Kathmandu and Pokhara are not included in the tour cost, these cities offer a wide variety of restaurants catering to all tastes and budgets. It allows travelers to explore the gastronomic scene as per their preferences.

    Throughout the tour, participants can expect a blend of nutritious, delicious, and authentic food experiences, which not only fuels their adventures but also offers a deeper connection to the culture and traditions of Nepal.

    Group Leader during the adventure sports tour in Nepal

    During an adventure sports tour in Nepal, a group leader or tour guide is typically assigned to accompany the participants throughout the journey. The group leader plays a crucial role in ensuring the smooth operation of the tour and providing assistance and guidance to the group members. Here are some key responsibilities of the group leader:

    • Experienced and Knowledgeable Guide: The group leader is an experienced and knowledgeable individual who is familiar with the destinations, activities, and cultural aspects of Nepal. They provide valuable information, insights, and explanations about the places visited, adventure sports activities, and local customs.
    • Safety and Well-being: The group leader prioritizes the safety and well-being of the participants. They ensure that all necessary safety measures are in place during adventure activities, provide instructions on equipment usage, and enforce safety guidelines. They are trained to handle any emergencies or unforeseen situations that may arise.
    • Logistics and Coordination: The group leader manages logistics and coordinates all aspects of the tour, including transportation arrangements, accommodation check-ins, meal arrangements, and scheduling of activities. They ensure that the itinerary is followed and that the group stays on track with the planned activities.
    • Cultural Sensitivity and Interaction: The group leader facilitates cultural exploration by providing insights into local customs, traditions, and etiquette. They encourage interaction with local communities, fostering meaningful cultural exchanges and creating opportunities for immersive experiences.
    • Support and Assistance: The group leader is available to address any concerns or queries raised by the participants. They provide assistance with logistics, language barriers, and other practical matters, ensuring a smooth and enjoyable experience for everyone.

    The group leader is a friendly and approachable individual who aims to create a cohesive group dynamic and foster a positive and memorable adventure sports tour in Nepal.


    If you have purchased a voucher for the tour, it's important to confirm your preferred tour date with us as soon as possible, to ensure availability and allow time for the necessary arrangements to be made, such as purchasing domestic air tickets and booking accommodations.

    It's recommended to confirm your spot on the tour at least 2 months prior to the commencement of the tour, to allow for any necessary preparations and arrangements.

    When confirming your booking, you'll typically need to provide a code and voucher number to us. This information can usually be submitted through a link, such as the Voucher Redemption link.

    Visa for A adventure sports tour in Nepal

    For most travelers visiting Nepal for an adventure sports tour, a tourist visa is required. Here are some important points to know about the visa requirements:

    Nepal Tourist Visa: You can obtain a Nepal tourist visa upon arrival at Tribhuvan International Airport in Kathmandu or at designated land border crossings. The visa is valid for multiple entries and allows a stay of up to 90 days in a calendar year.

    Visa Application Process: Upon arrival, you will need to fill out a visa application form and provide a valid passport with at least six months of validity. You will also need to provide a recent passport-sized photograph and the visa fee in the form of cash (in USD or equivalent foreign currency).

    Visa Extension: If you plan to stay in Nepal for more than the initial visa duration, you can extend your visa at the Department of Immigration in Kathmandu or Pokhara. Visa extensions are generally available for a maximum of 150 days in a calendar year.

    Visa Exemptions: Some countries are exempt from the visa requirement for a certain period of stay. It's recommended to check the official website of the Department of Immigration or consult the Nepalese embassy or consulate in your home country to verify the visa requirements specific to your nationality.

    On-Arrival Visa Fee at Entry Points
    15 Days – 30 USD
    30 Days – 50 USD
    90 Days – 125 USD

    Please note that visa regulations can change over time, so it's important to check the latest visa requirements before your trip. It's also advisable to have a valid travel insurance policy that covers your adventure sports activities and any potential emergencies during your stay in Nepal.

    Booking your international flight for A adventure sports tour in Nepal

    If you're planning to do A adventure sports tour in Nepal, you'll need to book an international flight to Kathmandu, which is the capital city and the main entry point for most visitors to Nepal. There are several international airlines that offer direct flights to Kathmandu from major cities around the world, such as Delhi, Mumbai, Bangkok, Singapore, Dubai, Doha, and Istanbul.

    The cost and duration of international flights to Kathmandu vary depending on your departure city and the time of year. It's recommended to book your international flight well in advance to secure the best rates and availability.

    It's also important to check the baggage allowance and restrictions of your airline, as some airlines have stricter baggage policies than others, and excess baggage fees can be expensive. You can use the following options to book your flights.

    1. Expedia (
    2. Kayak (
    3. Skyscanner (
    4. Orbitz (
    5. CheapOair (
    6. Travelocity (
    7. Priceline (
    8. Google Flights (

    These websites allow you to compare flight options, airlines, and prices from different providers, and you can often find deals and promotions that may not be available elsewhere.

    When and where should you arrive for A adventure sports tour in Nepal?

    It's recommended to book your international flight to arrive and depart from Kathmandu International Airport (Tribhuvan International Airport), as this is the main entry and exit point for most visitors to Nepal.

    Upon arrival at the airport, you'll be received by representatives from Luxury Holidays Nepal, who will be holding a signed card with the company's name. We will escort you to your hotel in Kathmandu.

    If you plan to arrive early or depart late, you'll need to make extra hotel arrangements by contacting [email protected]. It's important to provide your flight details to the company after purchasing your international air ticket, so they can make arrangements for your airport pickup and transfer to the hotel.

    Currencies accepted during A adventure sports tour in Nepal

    The official currency of Nepal is the Nepalese Rupee (NPR). During an adventure sports tour in Nepal, it is advisable to carry Nepalese Rupees for most transactions. Here are some key points regarding currencies accepted during your tour:

    Nepalese Rupee (NPR): Nepalese Rupees are widely accepted in Nepal for all types of transactions, including accommodation, meals, shopping, and local transportation. It is recommended to carry a sufficient amount of Nepalese Rupees in cash for your daily expenses.

    Exchange Currency: You can exchange your foreign currency to Nepalese Rupees at authorized money exchange counters or banks in major cities like Kathmandu and Pokhara. It's advisable to exchange your currency at official establishments to ensure fair rates.

    ATM Withdrawals: ATMs are available in major cities and towns in Nepal, and most accept international debit and credit cards. You can withdraw Nepalese Rupees directly from ATMs, but it's important to inform your bank in advance about your travel plans to avoid any card-related issues.

    Credit Cards: While major hotels, restaurants, and some larger establishments in urban areas may accept credit cards, it is still advisable to carry cash for smaller establishments and remote areas where card acceptance may be limited.

    Small Denominations: It's recommended to carry small denominations of Nepalese Rupees as many establishments may have difficulty providing change for larger notes. Having smaller bills will be convenient for day-to-day transactions.

    USD as an Alternative: In some cases, particularly for larger hotels, international flights, or certain adventure activities, the US Dollar (USD) may be accepted as an alternative currency. However, it's important to carry Nepalese Rupees for most transactions.

    Remember to keep your currency secure and be cautious when exchanging money or using ATMs. It's advisable to check the current exchange rates and carry a mix of cash and cards for convenience and emergencies during your adventure sports tour in Nepal.


    Safety is of paramount importance when embarking on an adventure sports tour in Nepal. Here are some key safety tips to keep in mind during your tour:

    Follow Professional Guidance: Listen to the instructions and guidance provided by your guides and instructors. They are experienced professionals who can ensure your safety during adventure activities. Follow their advice regarding safety procedures, equipment usage, and behavior during the tour.

    Assess Your Fitness Level: Be aware of your own fitness level and limitations. Make sure you are physically prepared for the activities you plan to undertake. Some adventure sports activities can be physically demanding, so it's important to be in good health and fitness before participating.

    Use Proper Safety Equipment: Ensure that you are provided with and properly use appropriate safety equipment for each activity. This may include helmets, life jackets, harnesses, and other protective gear. Inspect the equipment for any damage or wear before using it.

    Stay Hydrated and Nourished: Maintain good hydration by drinking plenty of water during your activities. Carry snacks or energy bars to keep your energy levels up. Proper nutrition and hydration are crucial for maintaining your strength and stamina during adventure sports.

    Follow Weather Updates: Keep track of weather conditions and forecasts for the areas where you will be engaging in adventure activities. Unfavorable weather conditions, such as storms or heavy rains, can pose risks. Follow the advice of your guides and instructors regarding weather-related safety precautions.

    Respect Local Regulations and Customs: Observe and respect local regulations, rules, and customs. This includes following wildlife protection guidelines during jungle safaris and adhering to safety guidelines specific to the region or activity you are participating in.

    Travel Insurance: Obtain comprehensive travel insurance that covers the specific adventure activities you plan to undertake. This can provide financial protection in case of accidents, injuries, or other unforeseen circumstances during your tour.

    Trust Your Instincts: If you feel uncomfortable or unsafe during any activity, trust your instincts and communicate your concerns to the tour operators or guides. Your safety should always be the top priority.

    Remember, adventure sports carry inherent risks, and it's important to balance the thrill of the experience with responsible behavior and safety precautions. By being well-prepared, and following safety guidelines, you can enjoy your adventure sports tour in Nepal while minimizing potential risks.

    Internet and SIM Card for A adventure sports tour in Nepal

    Internet connectivity and having a local SIM card can greatly enhance your adventure sports tour in Nepal. Here's some information on internet availability and obtaining a SIM card:

    Internet Availability: Internet connectivity is generally available in major cities and towns in Nepal, including Kathmandu and Pokhara. Most hotels, restaurants, and cafes offer free Wi-Fi access to their guests. However, internet speeds and reliability can vary, especially in more remote or mountainous areas.

    SIM Card for Mobile Data: To have reliable internet access throughout your adventure sports tour, it is recommended to get a local SIM card. SIM cards are available for purchase from various telecom providers such as Ncell and Nepal Telecom. You can find their counters at the airport, major cities, and mobile shops.

    Mobile Data Packages: Telecom providers in Nepal offer different mobile data packages suited for various needs. You can choose a package that offers a suitable amount of data for your usage during the tour. The packages are available for different durations, such as daily, weekly, or monthly.

    Mount Everest

    A adventure sports tour in Nepal itinerary does not include a visit to Mount Everest, as it's located in a different region of Nepal. However, if you're interested in seeing Mount Everest, you can consider the following options:

    Everest Base Camp Trek: This is a popular trek that takes you to the base camp of Mount Everest, offering stunning views of the mountain along the way.

    Everest mountain flight: If you're short on time or prefer not to trek, you can take a mountain flight from Kathmandu that offers a panoramic view of Mount Everest and other Himalayan peaks.

    Helicopter tour: For a more exclusive and luxurious option, you can take a helicopter tour that takes you closer to the mountain and allows you to land at various viewpoints for a unique perspective.

    It's important to note that trekking to Everest Base Camp can be physically demanding and requires proper preparation and acclimatization. It's recommended to consult with a doctor or travel health specialist and to have adequate travel insurance before embarking on the trek.

    Vaccinations & Immunization for A adventure sports tour in Nepal

    It's important to consult with a healthcare professional or travel clinic for personalized advice regarding vaccinations and immunizations for your specific trip to Nepal. They will have the most up-to-date information and can consider factors such as your medical history, current health status, and the specific regions you plan to visit.

    That being said, here are some commonly recommended vaccinations and immunizations for travel to Nepal:

    Routine Vaccinations: Ensure that you are up to date on routine vaccinations such as measles-mumps-rubella (MMR), diphtheria-tetanus-pertussis (DTaP), varicella (chickenpox), and polio.

    Hepatitis A: Hepatitis A is recommended for most travelers, as the disease can be contracted through contaminated food or water in Nepal.

    Hepatitis B: Hepatitis B vaccination is recommended for travelers who may have close contact with the local population, require medical treatment, or engage in activities that may expose them to blood or bodily fluids.

    Typhoid: Typhoid vaccination is recommended for travelers who will be in Nepal for an extended period, visiting smaller cities or rural areas, or likely to have exposure to contaminated food or water.

    Rabies: Rabies vaccinations are advised for travelers who may have significant contact with animals or engage in activities that increase the risk of animal bites, such as trekking in remote areas.

    Malaria: Depending on the region and time of year you plan to visit, your healthcare professional may recommend anti-malarial medication. Nepal has a low risk of malaria in most tourist areas, but it's still essential to discuss this with a healthcare provider.

    COVID-19: Given the ongoing global pandemic, it's crucial to stay updated on COVID-19 travel restrictions, requirements, and vaccination recommendations. Follow the guidelines provided by your local health authorities and check with your healthcare professional regarding COVID-19 vaccinations.

    Other Vaccinations: Additional vaccines that may be considered based on your specific circumstances include Japanese encephalitis, meningococcal meningitis, and yellow fever. However, yellow fever vaccination is generally not required for travelers coming from countries where yellow fever is not endemic.

    Remember that vaccination requirements and recommendations can change over time, so it's essential to consult with a healthcare professional or travel clinic well in advance of your trip to get the most accurate and up-to-date information.

    Health Issues During the tour

    During your adventure sports tour in Nepal, it's important to be aware of potential health issues that you may encounter. Here are some common health concerns and precautions to keep in mind:

    Altitude Sickness: Nepal's mountainous terrain can pose a risk of altitude sickness, especially when ascending rapidly to high altitudes. Symptoms can include headache, dizziness, nausea, fatigue, and shortness of breath. To prevent altitude sickness, it's crucial to acclimatize gradually, stay well-hydrated, and listen to your body. If symptoms worsen, descending to a lower altitude is necessary.

    Respiratory Infections: In colder regions or during certain seasons, respiratory infections like the common cold or flu can be common. It's advisable to practice good hygiene, such as frequent handwashing, using hand sanitizers, and avoiding close contact with sick individuals.

    Food and Water Safety: Contaminated food and water can lead to gastrointestinal illnesses such as traveler's diarrhea. To minimize the risk, drink only bottled or purified water, avoid raw or undercooked foods, peel fruits and vegetables, and eat at reputable and hygienic establishments.

    Insect-Borne Diseases: In certain areas of Nepal, such as the low-lying Terai region, there is a risk of mosquito-borne diseases like dengue fever and malaria. To protect against mosquito bites, use insect repellents, wear long sleeves and pants, and sleep under mosquito nets, especially during the evenings and nights.

    Physical Injuries: Adventure sports activities carry inherent risks of physical injuries. Follow safety guidelines, use proper gear, and listen to instructions provided by professional guides. It's recommended to have travel insurance that covers adventure sports and medical emergencies.

    Sunburn and Dehydration: Nepal's high altitude and outdoor activities increase the risk of sunburn and dehydration. Apply sunscreen with a high SPF, wear hats and protective clothing, and drink plenty of fluids to stay hydrated.

    Pre-existing Medical Conditions: If you have pre-existing medical conditions, consult with your healthcare provider before embarking on an adventure sports tour. Ensure that you have an adequate supply of necessary medications and inform your tour operator about any medical conditions or allergies.

    It's important to note that these are general guidelines, and individual health considerations may vary. It's advisable to consult with a healthcare professional or travel clinic before your trip for personalized advice based on your medical history, current health status, and specific travel plans.

    Insurance for the tour

    Having travel insurance is highly recommended when embarking on an adventure sports tour in Nepal or any other destination. Travel insurance provides coverage for a variety of situations, including medical emergencies, trip cancellations or interruptions, lost baggage, and more. Here are some key points to consider regarding insurance for your tour:

    Medical Coverage: Ensure that your travel insurance policy includes comprehensive medical coverage, including emergency medical expenses, medical evacuation, and repatriation. This coverage is particularly important when engaging in adventure sports activities, as injuries or medical emergencies can occur.

    Adventure Sports Coverage: Check if your travel insurance policy specifically covers adventure sports activities such as trekking, mountaineering, paragliding, or rafting. Some standard travel insurance policies may exclude or have limitations on coverage for high-risk activities, so it's crucial to confirm that your chosen activities are included.

    Trip Cancellation and Interruption: Consider purchasing travel insurance that provides coverage for trip cancellation or interruption. This can reimburse you for non-refundable expenses if your trip is canceled or cut short due to unforeseen circumstances, such as illness, injury, or natural disasters.

    Personal Belongings: Look for coverage that protects your personal belongings, including equipment and gear used during adventure sports activities. This can help reimburse you in case of loss, theft, or damage to your belongings.

    Policy Exclusions and Limitations: Carefully review the policy's terms, conditions, exclusions, and limitations to understand what is covered and what is not. Pay attention to any requirements or documentation needed in case you need to make a claim.

    Duration and Multi-Trip Coverage: Ensure that the policy covers the entire duration of your tour in Nepal. If you plan to engage in multiple adventure sports tours or travel to other countries within a specific time frame, consider purchasing a policy that provides multi-trip coverage.

    Policy Comparison and Purchase: Research and compare travel insurance options from reputable insurance providers. You can use online platforms or consult with insurance agents to find policies tailored to adventure sports activities and specific needs.

    When purchasing travel insurance, make sure to read the policy documents carefully, understand the coverage, and ask any questions you may have before making a final decision. Declare any pre-existing medical conditions to ensure appropriate coverage and transparency.

    Minimum Age and Weight:


    Minimum Age


    Bungee Jumping

    18 Years

    40 Kg- 98 Kg


    10 Years



    12 or Above

    Maximum 100 KG

    Zip Flyer

    12 Years

    Maximum 100 KG

    Jungle Safari:

    10 Years


    Hot Air Ballooning

    12 Years



    Checklist for A adventure sports tour in Nepal

    Essential Documents:

    • Valid passport with at least six months' validity.
    • Necessary visas or permits for entry into Nepal.
    • Travel insurance documents, including coverage for adventure activities.


    • Lightweight and quick-drying hiking clothes (pants, shorts, t-shirts).
    • Long-sleeved shirts and pants for sun protection and cooler temperatures.
    • Fleece or warm jacket for higher altitudes and colder weather.
    • Waterproof and windproof jacket and pants.
    • Sturdy hiking boots or shoes.
    • Comfortable sandals or water shoes for water activities.
    • Hat, sunglasses, and sunscreen for sun protection.
    • Warm hats and gloves for higher altitudes.
    • Thermal layers for colder temperatures.


    • Daypack for carrying essentials during activities.
    • Water bottle or hydration bladder.
    • Trekking poles (optional but helpful for the mountainous terrain).
    • Sleeping bag (check if required for specific activities).
    • Headlamp or flashlight with spare batteries.
    • Binoculars for wildlife spotting.
    • Dry bags or waterproof pouches to protect electronic devices.

    Medications and First Aid:

    • Personal medications in sufficient quantity.
    • Basic first aid kit with band-aids, antiseptic cream, painkillers, etc.
    • Prescription medicines, if applicable.
    • Insect repellent for jungle activities.
    • Water purification tablets or filter.


    • Camera or smartphone for capturing memorable moments.
    • Extra memory cards and batteries.
    • Power adapter and/or portable charger for recharging devices.


    • Travel-sized toiletries (toothbrush, toothpaste, soap, etc.).
    • Quick-drying towel.
    • Money and small denominations of Nepalese Rupees for local expenses and tips.
    • Snacks or energy bars for outdoor activities.
    • Travel lock for securing your belongings.
    • Reusable shopping bag for any shopping or souvenirs.
    • Travel umbrella or lightweight rain gear.

    Communication and Navigation:

    • Local SIM card or international roaming plan for mobile connectivity.
    • Maps or guidebooks for the areas you'll be visiting.
    • GPS device or navigation apps for hiking or trekking.

    Trip Extensions

    If you wish to extend your adventure sports tour in Nepal, there are several trip extension options available to further explore the natural beauty and adventure opportunities in the country. Here are some popular trip extensions you can consider:

    • Everest Base Camp Trek: Extend your adventure by embarking on the iconic Everest Base Camp Trek. Trek through breathtaking landscapes, experience Sherpa culture and witness stunning views of the world's highest peak, Mount Everest.
    • Rock Climbing in Nagarjuna or Hattiban: Add a thrilling rock climbing experience to your adventure sports tour. Head to Nagarjuna or Hattiban, popular rock climbing destinations near Kathmandu, and challenge yourself on the vertical cliffs while enjoying stunning views.
    • Canyoning in Jalbire or Sundarijal: Experience the adrenaline rush of canyoning by extending your tour with a canyoning adventure in Jalbire or Sundarijal. Descend down steep canyons, rappel down waterfalls, and plunge into natural pools for an exhilarating experience.
    • Upper Mustang Trek: Venture into the ancient kingdom of Upper Mustang, known for its unique landscapes and Tibetan Buddhist culture. Trek through arid landscapes, visit ancient monasteries and immerse yourself in the rich history and traditions of this isolated region.
    • Jungle Safari in Bardia or Koshi Tappu: If you are interested in wildlife, consider extending your trip with a jungle safari in Bardia National Park or Koshi Tappu Wildlife Reserve. Embark on thrilling wildlife encounters, including elephant safaris, birdwatching, and nature walks.
    • Mountain Biking Adventure: For adrenaline junkies, extend your adventure sports tour with a mountain biking expedition. Experience thrilling downhill rides, challenging trails, and breathtaking scenery as you explore the rugged terrain of Nepal on two wheels.
    • Cultural Tour of Kathmandu Valley: Dive deeper into the cultural heritage of Nepal with a guided tour of the Kathmandu Valley. Visit UNESCO World Heritage Sites, ancient temples, and historic cities to gain a deeper understanding of Nepal's rich history and architecture.

    These trip extensions can be customized and tailored to your preferences and timeframe. 


    Tipping is a common practice in Nepal, and it is generally expected to show appreciation for good service. Here are some guidelines regarding tipping during an adventure sports tour in Nepal:

    • Guide and Porters: It is customary to tip your guide and porters for their services. The amount can vary depending on the length of the tour and the level of service provided. As a general guideline, you can consider tipping the guide around $10-$15 per day and porters around $5-$10 per day, per person. However, feel free to adjust the amount based on your satisfaction with their service.
    • Drivers: If you have a dedicated driver during your tour, it is also customary to tip them as a gesture of appreciation. You can consider tipping the driver around $5-$10 per day, depending on the duration and complexity of the driving.
    • Adventure Activity Staff: If you participate in adventure activities such as paragliding, bungee jumping, or zip-lining, tipping the staff involved in these activities is appreciated. The amount can vary, but you can consider a tip of around 10% of the activity cost as a guideline.

    Remember, tipping is voluntary, and the above guidelines are suggestions based on common practices. You can adjust the amount according to your satisfaction and the level of service received. It's always a good idea to carry small denominations of Nepalese currency for tipping purposes.

    If you are part of a group tour, the tour operator may provide specific guidelines or suggest a collective tipping amount. You can ask us or your tour guide for any specific recommendations regarding tipping practices during your adventure sports tour in Nepal.

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