Ultimate Adventure


It offers 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 present a mind-boggling sight. From this flight you can see the Shisha Pangma (8,013m), Dorje Lakpa (6,966m), Chaduk (5,933m), Gauri-Shanker (7,145m), Melungtse (7, 023m), Chung Imago (6,297m, still virgin), Numbur himal (6,956m), Karyolung (6,511m), Cho-Oyu (8,201m), Ghyachungkang (7,922m), Pumari (7,165m), Nuptse (7,855m) and finally the TOP of THE WORLD, MT. EVEREST (8,848m). The best time for this flight is February to April, October and November. Please be informed that this is the weather dependent flight.


Nepal has number of day hike routes and are mainly useful for those who can't go for the long and strenuous trekking route and are also from the low land. One can experience the day hike trips in around Kathmandu Valley, Pokhara, Bandipur and Nagarkot. You can enjoy the typical Nepalsese custome and culture, local life style and definitely the beauty of Nature.


Nepal's diverse terrain makes it one of the best for Mountain Biking. Bike through the country and discover villages and small towns in the midst of rural serenity. Time permitting; it is even possible to explore the entire length and breadth of the country on a mountain bike. Bikes can be hired in Kathmandu and Pokhara.


Nepal is favourite destination for rafting enthusiastics and experienced river guide who travel the world looking for the best rivers to run. From the Fast flowing rivers tumbling down from the mountains to the slow moving water of the plains ( Terai), there is adventure unlimited. As the course of the river takes one from the cold himalayan region all the way down to the hot humid plains of the terai, a vast changing landscape unfolds before the beholders, unraveling the unmatched beauty of Nepal. You can enjoy the view of Snow-capped mountains, terraced hillsides, lush green valleys and delightful little villages from part of the landscape as the boat floats down through narrow gorges and expensive valleys.


Gliding is a weather dependent sport and the flying season in Nepal commences from November and continues till February and the best months being November and December. The take off point for these flights is Sarangkot (1592m) which also offers prime views of Fewa Lake and Mountains at sunrise and sunset ( Provided the skies are clear) and the landing is by the Fewa Lake. No previous experience is required as qualified pilots provide a short briefing before take off.


The bungee jump in Sindhupalchok was designed by one of New Zealand’s leading bungee consultants, and is operated by some of the most experienced jump masters in the business. The jump takes place from a 166 m wide steel suspension bridge that joins two sides of a deep valley over the raging Bhote Koshi River. The place has spectacular scenery with dense forests covering the top of the cliff. One can overnight here and go rafting canyoning and rock climbing as well.

You can also go for a bungee jump at Hemja, Pokhara. This is Nepal's only tower bungee, high ground bungee and swing, offering various options of bungee jumping. Located just 20 minutes away from Pokhara Lakeside, the jump site offers a spellbinding view of the Himalayas, the hills and the rivers.


Pokhara ZIP LINE:

Ride the world's tallest and longest zipline! 600m up in the air, zoom down at 140km per hour covering a distance of 1.8 km.

Travel to the enchanting Pokhara valley with its spectacular lakes and fascinating views of Himalayan mountains. Pokhara now offers the rush of extreme zip lining, the first of its kind in Asia.

Head for the peak of Sarangkot overlooking the Pokhara valley down below, offering the most spectacular views of the Annapurna mountain range.

Dhulikhel ZIP LINE:

Let’s enjoy the thrilling sports along with the panoramic views of the mountain range. The Dhulikhel zip line is in operation since 2019 and situated to 32 km from Kathmandu valley. It will take maximum 1-hour drive to reach the location. Top station of the Zip Line is Thakle Danda, Dhulikhel and the bottom station is Panchkhal, Khawa.

The Zip line is 2,300 meters from sea level and vertical drop is 73 meters from the launch pad. Distance of the Zip line is 1100 meters long and a person will travel at a speed of 60-95 km per hour with respect to their weight. In average, it will take two minutes and twenty seconds to complete. The Zip Line was build under the Indian and Australian technology and the safety criteria of Europe and America is placed, so it is pretty safe.


Skydiving is a new sport in Nepal One more resaon to come to Nepal if its not already in your bucket list. The difference betwwen skydiving in Nepal compared to skydiving abroad is the spectacular 360 degree view of the Himalayas.

An excitingly extreme aerial adventure, Everest skydiving is an amazingly unique experience in the world. Skydiving is done from a plane or a chopper onto the world’s highest drop zone at Gorak Shep, Kala Patthar. The skydiving takes place in front of the world's highest peak Mt. Everest (8,848 m), and the free fall takes you past some of the world’s highest mountain peaks.

For those who want to keep it less extreme, go to Pokhara, next to the mighty Annapurnas and the Fewa Lake below. Experienced pilots with skydiving ratings man the aircraft, so safety is guaranteed. Skydiving can be either a solo jump or in tandem.