Here is a bucket list for 8 of the most adventurous activities you can do in Nepal! From mountain trekking, exploring the birthplace of Buddha, to viewing endangered Asian rhinos and elephants in the wild, this list will spark ideas in the adventurous at heart. Get ready for raw, wild, and third eye-opening experiences in the beautiful land of Nepal.
A 21 day, high-altitude trek around Mt. Manaslu (8,106m), the eighth highest mountain in the world, in the Himalayas of Nepal.
Atop Mu Gompa, the only sound that existed was that of the wind rushing through the valley and prayer flags flapping in the breeze. Peaceful in its purity. The sheer grandeur of the mountains in our wake and the rivers running left my mind quiet. I'd really and truly never seen anything quite like it. Being so close to Tibet and with its pervasive culture running through the Tsumba people of this valley, I felt that we were getting a sneak peek into Tibet. As if the monks in the monastery and the sound of a conch being blown into the wind weren't enough, a huge white horse appeared like an apparition to stand at the edge of the monastery for hours looking off into the thin mountain air. I thusly named her Majesty and we stood together, humbled, for hours.
Take a hike from Tansen (Palpa) in the southwestern region of Nepal through the forest, down through rice paddies, rivers, small villages, and the towering mountains above to a palace surrounded by incredible nature. Rani Mahal, a Rana palace from the late 19th century is considered to be the Taj Mahal of Nepal, and is notable for it's beautiful white and blue structure nestled against the Kali Gandaki River and river gorge of Ranighat.