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An adventurer's delight, Nepal offers a plethora of outdoor activities for the incentive traveller. The capital city, Kathmandu is enriched with temples and the whole valley with its seven heritage sites has been enlisted in cultural World Heritage Site list.

Adventure tourism in Nepal dates back to the early attempts to ascend the world's highest peak Mt. Everest, however these days taking a mountain flight is a popular way for visitors to see the Nepali Himalayan peaks as the flight takes you within camera range of some of the highest peaks in the world.  This unique experience gives visitors a quick glance at Nepal's untamed landscapes and a fly-past through the world's tallest peak.  Most flights are in mornings and operate at all times except in the monsoon seasons of June and July.

Trekking is by far Nepal’s biggest attraction. A trek is also the best means of seeing the country and to understand its people. Walking through emerald rice fields; through rhododendron forests; crossing streams, camping out on a hilltop in the wilderness with towering mountains in the background, make trekking an unforgettable experience.

There is an abundance of activities for an adventure filled program.  Rafting on white-water mountain streams, mountain biking, hiking to nearby destinations, canoeing in the rivers,  paragliding near the mountains.  The best time for rafting is from October through mid-December and March to early May. In winter the water is cold and during the monsoons months from June through September, the white water sections are dangerous, but gentler stretches are easy to raft on.

Another option is a jungle safari in the Terai for visitors interested to see Nepal's rare varieties of animals and birds, or a viewing of the Bengal tiger in Chitwan's wild. UNESCO recalls Chitwan as one of the few remaining undisturbed vestiges of the 'Terai' region, which formerly extended over the foothills of India and Nepal at the foot of the Himalayas. The Chitwan National Park has been enlisted in natural World Heritage Site. It has a particularly rich flora and fauna. One of the last populations of single-horned Asiatic rhinoceros lives in the park, which is also one of the last refuges of the Bengal tiger.

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