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Different Other Activities that can be enjoyed in nepal. These Activities are famous and have their own cultural values and some of others are just for fun. These activities includes hiking, yoga, trek with yoga, jungle safari ,cultural dance and many others, which can be enjoyed when visiting nepal.

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Wildlife Safari.

Jungle Safari in Nepal Lal Man Trekking your guide to the sub-tropical jungles of southern Nepal. We offer jungle packages that include transportation, accommodation, and a variety of jungle activities including elephant ride, jeep safaris, canoeing and nature walk. You might have the thrill of catching a glimpse of the elusive Royal Bengal tigers of Nepal.

Nepal's jungles are home to some of the most unique and rare animals in all the world. The warm subtropical Terai region of Nepal houses such animals as Royal Bengal tigers, rhinos, leopards wild elephants, sloth bears, monkeys, crocodiles, four kinds of dear and over 250 species of exotic birds. The Terai region is home to the Royal Chitwan and Bardia national parks. This wildlife parks were established to protect these endangered animals and the environment they live in. They are the premier places in Asia to enjoy a true jungle experience. Our packages include everything from jungle activities to accommodations to transportation to and from the parks. Just E-mail a message to us and we'll take care of all the details. So come join us on the ultimate Nepal safari.

The Royal Chitwan National Park has 6 premier jungle resorts scattered inside its boundaries. These secluded resorts are the perfect place to experience the true safari atmosphere of the Terai. All the jungle activities are just a step away and there's always a chance to spot wildlife. The resorts have offer individual cottages with a private bath or well-appointed luxury tent camps to stay in. You will be in the heart of the park surrounded by the soothing jungles of Nepal. The accommodations outside the park are more budget type guest houses. Never the less if you are on a tight budget we can arrange reservations at one of the best lodges outside and it is also include jungle activities and transportation.

Royal Bardia National Park is smaller than Chitwan but houses the same exotic animals and jungle environment of the Terai. Bardia is more isolated than Chitwan which is why it has fewer resorts and fewer visitors. But this also adds to the excitement of exploring this jungle. All resorts border the boundary of the park and numerous jungle activities are possible. The resorts are extremely pleasant and enjoyable and offer Bardia as their front yard.

There are a wide variety of jungle activities available in both parks. Elephant rides are the best way to explore the jungle and search for wildlife. Jeep safaris are also available for those who don't feel like riding atop an elephant. Others might enjoy a jungle walk with an experienced guide who can tell you all about the wildlife and vegetation that is unique to the Terai region. Canoeing on the Rapti or Narayani rivers is a great way to see the many different bird species of Chitwan. And there's always the rare chance that you can see the elusive freshwater Gangetic dolphins that inhabit the rivers. All of these activities are included in your jungle package.

Included in all of our jungle packages is transportation. Tourist buses, private transportation, and airline flights are available for both Chitwan and Bardia National parks. We highly recommend flying to Bardia because the bus ride from Kathmandu can take over 15 hrs on a rough road. Chitwan is 5-6 from Kathmandu on a bus. All transportation to the lodges inside the park will be provided.

Koshi Tappu Wildlife Reserve

Koshi Tappu Wildlife Reserve which stand today as successful testimony of nature conservation in South Asia. This is the first National Park of Nepal established in 1973 to preserve a unique eco system significantly valuable to the whole world.The Park covering the protected area of 932 Sq. Km. is situated in the subtropical inner Terai lowlands of southern central part of Nepal. The Park gained much wider recognition in the world when UNESCO included this area on the list of World Heritage Site in 1984. It should also be emphasized that only a very small part of the national park is used for tourism.

Royal Suklaphanta Wildlife Reserve

The Royal Suklaphanta Wildlife Reserve (28°49’- 28°57’; 80°07’-80°15’E) lies in the extreme south west of the Terai and covers an area of. 305 sq km (including extension area) and ranges in altitude from 90-270 m. The vegetation cover within the reserve has been estimated as approximately two-third forest and one-third grassland (Balson, 1976). Of these, the Suklaphanta grassland is probably the largest patch of grassland of Nepal, occupying an area of 54 sq km. Twenty-six species of mammal have been recorded (Schaaf, 1978a, Bell, 1987), including a population of 1,710-2,250 swamp deer. The reserve also holds Nepal’s largest breeding population of Bengal floricans and hispid hare.

The beauty of Nepal's natural heritage can be enjoyed by a visit to one of it's famous National Parks. LAL MAN TREKKING AND EXPEDITONS can arrange safaris to these, including the famed ROYAL CHITWAN NATIONAL PARK, home to numerous endangered species, including tigers, the Asian rhinocerous, and the Gharial crocodial.

Mountain Flight.

High up in the hills, north of the Indian subcontinent the golden rays of the early morning sun kiss the glistening white cover of snow on one of mother natures magnificent monuments, the majestic Himalayas. "Himalaya", a Sanskrit word, literally means, "abode of snow" Hima means snow and alaya means "abode".

Since ancient times, extremely devout: ?Pilgrims of those lofty mountains and they named it "Himalaya". The unmatched beauty of the Himalayas has lured visitors from far and wide since the 19th century.

Its Fame as the highest mountain chain in the world has never failed to draw the highest number of climbers and trekkers from around the world. Moreover, the Himalayas represent the awesome power, beauty and grandeur of Nature. Welcome to the Himalayas.

Let us take on an enchanting tour of the high Himalayas. Sit by the window in a SAAB 340 B aircraft as you cruise by the lofty Himalayan peaks. Admire the sparkling clear view of such giants as Lhotse (8516m), Shisha Pangma (8013 m), Langtang (7234m), Sagarmatha (Mt. Everest 8848 m) and Ama Dablam (6812m). The panoramic view of the seemingly endless chain of snowy peaks leaves the observer incredulous. Flying over the glaciers and the lesser peaks or gazing at such towering mountains as the Everest from close range leaves one speechless. It is indeed an unforgettable experience.

Out of 14 Himalayas of the world having the height above 8,000m, there are 8 in Nepal. They are Mt. Everest, Kanchenjunga, Lhotse, Makalu, Chooyu, Dhaulagiri, Manaslu, and Annapurna. The Himalayas stretch east to west covering an astounding distance of 2500km. Beyond this range can be seen the Tibetan plateau-the roof of the world. Cruising at an altitude of 25000ft you find yourself above the clouds and flying over numerous small peaks. The view is breathtaking. The extra clear glass windows and large cockpit provide the passengers a superb and undisturbed view. Our Stewardesses ever at your service also provide valuable information about the mountains and help you identify them as they appear before you. ?Airlines operate fully guided Everest sightseeing flights everyday with its window seat to every passenger. Each window provides a clear view of the mountain ranges.

Moreover, Passengers are giving the opportunity to view the peaks from the cockpit, thus enjoying the pilot's eye-view. The Everest sightseeing flight is an experience of a lifetime.

Bungy Jumping in Nepal.

The Natural home in the highest mountain range in the world has finally found the scariest yet amazing sport, Bungy Jump, where the person of interest is in the edge of a 166m wide steel suspension bridge over the Bhoti Kosi River. The jump, at 160m, was designed by one of New Zealand’s leading bungy consultants, and is operated by some of the most experienced jump masters in the business.The ultimate thrill of a Bungy jump can now be experienced in Nepal at perhaps the best site in the world. 

The Bungy Bridge is a swiss design especially built for bungy jumping  with a 4x safety factor. Over 6000 meters of steel wire was used to build the bridge Longest suspension bridge in Nepal.

if you are the real adventure lover you must have to try the Bungy in the lifetime. The location for the real adventure is only 4 hours far from the capital city of the country and 12 kilometers away from the Tibet Border.

Paragliding In Nepal.

One of the thrilling activities in Nepal, Paragliding will give you full-freedom and make you feel like a free bird. Flying above the horizon, you get to enjoy pleasing views of snow-capped mountains, pristine lakes, and the beautiful valley of Pokhara. You get to live one of the spectacular experiences. And, to appreciate this, you will get a certificate and captured video upon completion.

Paragliding in Nepal offers various options for you. You can choose from tandem flights along with fully certificated paragliding courses. Additionally, you can go for solo flights or even go paragliding accompanied by hawks. Every one of them is safe and will follow the flying policies and regulations of Nepal.

Besides Pokhara, paragliding in Nepal is available in various parts of Kathmandu. It includes Chapakharka, Kot Danda, Phulchowki, and Godavari. However, the maximum altitude for them may not be as high as at Sarangkot.

Since its inception in 1995, there are thousands of people who have thoroughly enjoyed this adventure. So, you should definitely opt for it as it’s one of heart-filling yet reasonable adventures in Nepal.

River Rafting.

Nepal is home to eight out of the fourteen highest peaks in the world with colorful and intricate Hindu religion to the austerity of the Buddhist monasteries. From these breathtaking heights, rivers crash down through the foothills, fed by monsoon rains and melting snow, on their way to the Great Plains of the Ganges.

Nepal has many rivers for you to explore: Trishuli River (rafting for 1 up to 3 days), Seti River (2 days trip), Bhote Khosi River (2 days rafting trip), Kali Gandaki River (3 days rafting), Marshyangdi River (4 days), Sun Koshi River (7 up to 9 days rafting), Arun River (9 days of rafting adventure), Karnali River (10 days of whitewater rafting), Tamur River (11 days whitewater adventure). On these rivers you will find the world's most thrilling whitewaters with a wide range of difficulties, warm water and bug free beaches for camping. All this makes a wealth of unlimited opportunities for great rafting, kayaking, Climbing, Mountaineering, biking, hiking and ever popular trekking adventures in Nepal. Nepal has something to offer to everyone.

We are proud to share our wonderful country, culture, and our many years of experience in this field with you and give you an excellent opportunity to explore the remote countryside, which is never possible without river trips.

Trisuli: This river is very popular for short trips, as access to the Prithivi Highway makes "breaking off" the journey easy. The Trisuli is also an ideal beginner's river.

Sun Kosi:Tumlingtar. Alternatively you can drive for 1 ½ days and then trek for three days. The Arun provides some of the most challenging rafting in Nepal, and although the difficult access makes only three days on the river possible, the remote location and spectacular mountain.

Kali Gandaki: A total of 105 km covered in Five days with excellent white water, and magnificent mountain views of the Annapurna South and the Fishtail Peak (Machhapuchre).

Karnali: The far West of Nepal is one of the most remote and least explored areas of the Himalayas. A two day trek with porters carrying all the gear is necessary to reach the put in point. The trip lasts ten days, including trekking, and takes you on a real wild-river adventure. Take out point is Chisapani, close to the newly opened Royal Bardia National Park, where an optional Wildlife Safari through largely untouched wilderness is possible.

Seti: The short Seti River makes for an ideal two day introduction to rafting. From the put in point at Damauli, the Seti merges into the Trisuli on the second day. This trip offers beautiful mountain views of the Annapurna South, Fish-tail and Lamjung Himal. Bhote Koshi: One of the best short rafting trips in Nepal which covers 18 km of continuous white

Karnali: The far West of Nepal is one of the most remote and least explored areas of the Himalayas. A two day trek with porters carrying all the gear is necessary to reach the put in point. The trip lasts ten days, including trekking, and takes you on a real wild-river adventure. Take out point is Chisapani, close to the newly opened Royal Bardia National Park, where an optional Wildlife Safari through largely untouched wilderness is possible

Village Tourism.

Village tours allow visitors to experience a stay in a typical Nepali village. You will get to stay in home of one of the villagers and during your stay, you will get delicious local food and drinks and comfortable accommodation provided by your host family. You will also get a chance to interact with the villagers and get to know their culture, tradition and way of life first hand. Besides, you will be contributing directly to the welfare of the village. Village tours are conducted in Sirubari, Gorkha and other places.


Sirubari Village Tour

Sirubari is a small village nestled on the southern slopes of a ridge at 1700m above sea level. The height and aspect ensure a comfortable climate regardless of any season of the year. Pokhara, about 20km to the northeast, is the nearest major center. The travel time for the average group to reach the village from pokhara is about 5 hours, an experience in itself. The village which is inhabited entirely by the Gurung people, is small and compact with net and clean trails connecting the mainly stone and slate built houses. Sirubari offers attractive valley views stretching a ways towards the Terai. A short walk above the village gives visitors a spectacular Himalayan panoramic view that is hard to rival from any view point in the region. The living culture and tradition of Gurungs blended with their rich hospitality make for an unforgettable experience for any one who visits Sirubari. Sirubari is the winner of PATA Gold Award 2001 in Heritage and cultural-Heritage category.

Bandipur Village Tour

Located on a 1000m ridge in Tanahu district some140km west from Kathmandu and 60km east from Pokhara, Bandipur's hallmark is its beautiful scenery. At the eastern part of the town is the pagoda-roofed Bindabasine temple which houses goddess Durga, Bandipurs guardian deity. The rich wooden carvings and details brass-work that adorn the temple are replicas of those found in the many old pagoda structures of the Kathmandu valley. The other important temples and shrines in the vicinity include the Mahalaxmi temple with its exquisite woodwork and Khadga Devi temple which comes alive once a year during the Dashin festival.

Kakani Village Tour

Located 29km northwest of Kathmandu city, the fabulous holiday area of Kakani features attractions ranging from beautiful alpine scenery to the magnificent Himalayan panorama particularly of Ganesh himal massif. Other peaks that can be closely seen from Kakani.

Daman Village Tour

For those seeking the ultimate pan Himalayan view, Daman is the place to go. Locate 80km south west of Kathmandu valley, Daman (2400m) offers the only unimpeded view of the entire Himalayan range . Daman is located on the Tribhuvan highway between Kathmandu and Birgunj. There is a view tower fitted with long range telescope. Daman can be reached in four hours from Kathmandu.

Sightseeing in Nepal.

Sightseeing tours are conducted to places of interest in Nepal and the Kathmandu valley which consists of three cities: Kathmandu-the city of Glory, Patan - the city of fine art and architecture and Bhaktapur-the city of devotees; primarily to ancient religious sites of the two main religions: Buddhism and Hinduism. The four cities of the valley were founded at various times between 3rd Century B.C and the 9th Century AD. They were embellished by the Malla Rulers at the peak of their ascendancy in the 17th century. Core of all three cities are recognized as International Heritage sites by UNESCO.


Major sightseeing places in Nepal

Nepal has many different things to offer for sightseeing. The natural beauty and Himalayan views, the culture and traditions, the historical monument, art and architecture, Hindu temples and Buddhist stupa and monasteries, its people and rites, myths and mysteries which are a part of the daily life of the people of Nepal. Kathmandu is the first arrival point for most visitors. Mountains surround the valley and it is divided into the three major cities of Kathmandu, Patan and Bhaktapur. These were once three different kingdoms and to this day retain their own rich artistic styles and traditions.

Meditation & Medicine.

Meditation while trekking is a good approach to feel the air around you and be in a peaceful surroundings of nature. These different kinds of meditation helps to unleash a quieter yet powerful side of yourself. There is another style of meditation called walking meditation, where you listen to your breadth and attend to the sensations of your body when walking. There is a stylized way of walking that people practice, that looks like they’re walking in slow motion. I don’t particularly care for it myself, but many people interleave it with sitting meditation sessions on day long retreats.

Prof. Karma Yogi "Disciples of his holyness 16th gyalwa karmapa and his holyness dudjum rimpoche". Has spent 7 years in retereat and many years of experience in lecture, mediatation and in Astrology in tantra theorapy.

Finger print of Guru Padma Sambhava 7 th century.

Asuri Dhapu “Pharping” in this cave the Guru Padma Sambhava subdued the demon or Asura during the 7 th century. The Guru Padma Sambhava meditated and blessed this holy place and thus peace and tranquility was brought in this Himalayan region.

This cave is one of the most ancient cave, situated in the oldest temple of Dorje Phamo the Dakini of wisdom and enlightenment. This holy temple of Dakini is still in existence in Sankhu.

The greatest Indian Yogi Telopa and later on his disciple Naropa meditated in this holy cave during the 10 th century. This place is a great place of pilgrimage for Kargupa linage of the Tebetan Buddhism.

What is meditation?

We need meditation for “peace of mind”. As our physical body needs food and cloth, so our mind also needs mental food and meditation is the mental food

Why meditation?

Our life is full of tensions, worries, anxieties and untold sufferings, mediation will help us to experience unlimited peace of mind, happiness and joyful state of mind.

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