Nepal, revered for a plethora of culture, ethnicities, and Himalayas that it hosts, is a travel destination that is not just for a traveler of certain interest. But one that gets most of the international interest would definitely be the Himalayas. Nepal, after all, is known as the land of the Himalayas. Consisting of eight out of the ten peaks, Nepal provides endless opportunities for its mountain-bound views. Similarly, the mountains also offer trekking and activities as such to relish in the melodrama of the Himalayas and nature. However, these demand physical fitness, time, and effort of the individuals. To those who wish a mellower way to witness the mountains. Nepal is apt for such souls as well and offers many ways to experience the views of mountains.
Everest Mountain Flight
Everest mountain flight is the best way to experience larger Himalayan Mountain View in Nepal. The flight takes off from the Kathmandu Valley and the Himalayan grandiose awaits your imminent arrival. Starting off with Langtang Lirung (7227m), the flight heads northeast and continues along the Great Himalaya Trail. Shishapangma (8013m), Dorje Lakpa (6966m), and Gaurishankar (7134) prove to be a delightful company as you breach the Everest atmosphere. The peaks of Cho Oyu (8188m), Lhotse (8414m), and the Mt. Everest (8848m) offer elation of nature second to none. Everest Mountain Flights are best when done between the months of September and May.
Everest and Annapurna Basecamp Heli Tour
Heli Tours is also a popular option for visitors who want to indulge in the sublime Himalayan spectacle. Visitors have an option to charter helicopters and break into the mountains in literally less than an hour. Helicopter Tours to Everest Base Camp, Annapurna Base Camp, Langtang, Gosainkunda, and Mustang are the famed ones among others. Similar to mountain flights, helicopter tours are also best during the months entertaining clear skies. The months from September to May are prime for the tour.
If you just think that mountain flights and helicopter tours are rather bland for your liking, skydiving is a genuinely thrilling approach taken for enjoying the view of the glistening mountain ranges. What better way to make the trip memorable than jumping off above the Himalayas and living to tell the tale! Nepal offers its visitors with an option to skydive in Everest and Annapurna region. This happens while you stare at the highest mountains in the world. There are experiences pilots that make this experience not just fun but absolutely safe!
Paragliding in Pokhara and Kathmandu
Sarangkot is the notable paragliding destination in the country whereas there are others in Bhote Chaur, Godavari, and Phulchowki hills around the Kathmandu Valley are also gaining popularity. The sport is done with a professional pilot and you also have the opportunity to record your flight. Various paragliding packages are available to cater to your interests and are ideal during September to December.
Sarangkot Hike with Sunrise View
Sarangkot lies at an elevation of 1592m and is famous for being a paragliding destination for the tourists. Either a drive from Pokhara or an easy hike can take you atop the hill. Although paragliding recognizes Sarangkot, it is an outstanding viewpoint for observing the Annapurna Himalayas. An early morning trip to witness the sunrise is recommended if a person fancies being an audience to one of the most sublime phenomena in the entire world. An easily accessible destination this, you can easily take a ride to the hilltop and return to Pokhara for other activities for the day.
Nagarkot Sunrise Hike
Nagarkot, located only 32km away from Kathmandu, is one of the key tourist destination close to Kathmandu. It is famed for offering the views of sunrise and sunset over the Himalayan ranges from Dhaulagiri ranges in the west to the Mt. Everest (8848m) in the east. While it is also a go-to for locals in and around the valley, tourists can easily find luxurious accommodation and the finest diners to cater to their needs. Additionally, one can even hike to Dhulikhel and Changunarayan and experience a blend of cultural and natural delight on the travel.
If you are looking for a vacation with no rest at all or full of rest yet countless memories, traveling to Nepal is a no-brainer. Whether you like to walk or not, as long as you love the mystic mountains, Nepal is a travel stop that no visitor can regret. With a choice for every sort of travelers, Nepal is the destination to immerse in Himalayan glory.