Take to the Skies

Pokhara has attracted many awestruck visitors, while marveling on the natural beauty for many years. Introduction of aerial activities in recent years have given visitors a chance to see it all from high up above. With the number of aerial and adventure activities, the beautiful lake city of Pokhara can also be named as an adventure capital of Nepal. Here are some of the aerial activities to try out whilst in the city.

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Conquering Kanjerawa

Kanjerawa is locally known as Gangchhenralwa Himal. Gangchhen means a big mountain, while Ralwa means horse’s mane in local dialect. The mountain resembles a horse’s neck with mane. The mountain, which sits on the right side of the Phoksundo Lake, is the second tallest peak in Dolpa. Though many attempts have been made to climb the mountain, there is no evidence of any climber making it to the top.

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Three Passes Trek | Going Solo !

Nepal is regularly named by one travel magazine or the other as one of the preferred destinations to visit. Take leave from your job, search your friends, pack your bags and hit the trail. If you do not find anyone to accompany you, venture alone because experts say one need not think anything before traveling to Nepal.

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The land of Yeti, Tsum Valley

Unique culture and tradition of people living in this Valley has remained intact even though modernity has gripped almost every place in Nepal. Many Tsumbas (residents of Tsum Valley) say that they have seen or found the signs of mehti, commonly referred as the ‘Yeti’ or ‘Abominable Snowman’.

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