Special interest tours in Nepal are a great way to learn about the country's traditions and history. A wide range of interests is represented on these tours, including film and photography, birding, and other sporting activities. Exploring wildlife, visiting rural regions, learning about culture, interacting with people, and helping to make a difference in a community while keeping an eye out for their desires and needs are just a few of the activities we want to include in our travels. It is possible to take part in many special interest tours in Nepal, each of which focuses on a certain location and has an exciting timetable of adventures. People who wish to learn more about a certain subject or area can consider taking a specialized tour.

Recommended Special Interest Tour

Pilgrimage Tour

Both Hindu and Buddhist devotees visit Nepal's important pilgrimage destinations. At Pashupatinath a sacred Hindu temple, you may see saintly sadhus who dedicate their lives to Lord Shiva and engage in a range of Hindu religious activities. Numerous Buddhists and Hindus gather at Nepal's Bouddhanath stupa and Swayambhunath temples to pray for peace. There are a handful of well-known pilgrimage locations outside of Kathmandu. Lumbini, Muktinath Temple, and Tibet's Holy Mount Kailash are just a few of the sites.

Birds and Wildlife Tour

Nepal is a bird watcher's heaven, with numerous areas designated as such. In and around Kathmandu, over 890 bird species have been recorded. Godawari, Phulchowki, Nagarjun, and Taudaha are notable bird-viewing places in the Kathmandu Valley. Moreover, national parks like Chitwan and Bardia are famous sites for seeing a large diversity of birds. A great place to see migratory and resident birds are the Koshi Tappu Wildlife Reserve. Nepal has a large variety of birds such as Lophophorus, Bengal foricans, fish eagles, woodpeckers, barn owls, honeyguides, osprey, hawks, storks, cranes, bulbuls, leaf birds, sparrows, swifts, gulls, crabs, and kingfishers. A wildlife tour in Nepal is ideal for those wanting a unique experience close to nature, uncommon species, and protected ecosystems. Among the greatest places in Asia to experience nature and wildlife, the Chitwan Wildlife Tour is highly regarded. Chitwan National Park offers dugout canoe rides on jungle rivers, nature hikes, birding tours, and village visits to learn about the local culture and customs. Due to its extensive woodland and grassland, Bardia National Park is considered the ideal tiger habitat. The park offers a greater level of forest adventure with diverse species and unusual birds, as well as some of the top nature viewing sites in Asia.

Educational Tour in Nepal

Nepal is a favorite destination for schools, colleges, and university groups looking for an academic experience. We provide multi-adventure trips for all ages in Nepal's trekking regions (Annapurna, Langtang, and Everest), in addition to all-inclusive packages that include sightseeing tours of Kathmandu Valley and the surrounding area. It's possible to arrange educational wildlife tours in the Chitwan and Bardiya national parks as well as eco-tours in the Pokhara region, the Dolpo region, and Upper Mustang. Some of these include trips to the country's national parks, where visitors may learn about the wildlife and history of Nepal. Nepal's wildlife reserves and national parks provide a wealth of information on the country's unique fauna and flora. Additionally, Nepal is renowned for its distinctive handicrafts, organic natural vegetation, and several Nepali-owned businesses.

Filming and Photography Tour

Many people consider Nepal to be a "paradise on earth." This stunning piece of land serves as the perfect setting for the film's production. The flora, fauna, animals, terrain, geography, and cultural history of the nation are the most stunning for nature lovers and photographers. For researchers, it's a great place to be. So, come and enjoy Nepal's natural beauty, and then help spread the word about it all over the world. Many beautiful locations are available for filming and photography in Nepal. The Himalayas, rivers, forests, lakes, and national parks are some of the most popular places for photography tours in Nepal.

Adventure Sports Tour

Nepal is a top destination for adventure enthusiasts. Travelers to the region may engage in a broad range of adventure sports. Rock climbing, hiking, and mountain climbing are just a few of the fascinating activities that travelers may indulge in while in the mountains. These are only a few of the exciting activities available to guests while in the highlands. Additionally, people may participate in physically demanding sports such as skydiving, ultralight flights, mountain biking, and paragliding. Sipping in the spirit of nature in the Himalayan region is a treat for people from all over the globe.

Some Recommended Adventure Sports are:

  • Paragliding
  • Bungee Jumping
  • Hot Air Ballooning
  • Canyoning
  • Rock Climbing
  • Mountain Biking
  • Rafting
  • Ultra Flight
  • Everest Skydiving
  • Ziplining

Family Holiday Tour

A trip to Nepal with your family may be a wonderful way to reconnect with your loved ones while also experiencing some of the world's most beautiful scenery, including the breathtaking Himalayas. As a result of this kind of vacation, grandparents and grandchildren may spend valuable time together while having fun. From the chaos of Kathmandu to the exciting outdoor activities, family holidays in Nepal will fascinate children. Chitwan National Park is a great place to go if you want a thrill out of trying to track down a rare Bengal tiger. It is possible to take a family holiday in Nepal that allows you to enjoy the natural and cultural splendor of the country's most famous tourist destinations around your timetable.

Volunteering Tour

Volunteering in Nepal is becoming more popular as a chance to travel while doing good. Traveling while doing volunteer work is getting more and more common. Celebrity volunteering has inspired a new generation of young people and those who want to follow in their footsteps. Voluntourism in Nepal has increased dramatically since the earthquake. To aid those in need, particularly in rural regions, many individuals plan to go to Nepal. The term "voluntourism" encompasses a wide range of activities in Nepal, not only volunteering. Through voluntourism, you can learn something new and make a difference at the same time. As a volunteer, you'll be exposed to a new culture. Volunteering at a hospital, improving infrastructure, or allowing for new buildings are just a few of the options available to you.

Honey Hunting Tour in Nepal

The Honey Hunting Tour takes in Nepal's stunning landscapes. Honey hunting is still done in many remote Nepalese villages with great tourism potential. Honey hunting is a global adventure. The honey hunters are a centuries-old Nepalese Mongol tribe. When sugar was scarce, honey was utilized to create sweets. The Gurungs, Magars, and Tamangs have been harvesting rock honey for generations. Wild bees build nests on the rocky slopes of the Annapurna Cliffs and the Budi Gandaki valley. Cliff honey hunting is a dangerous activity, and several cliffs are named after honey seekers who died. A honey-hunting excursion in Nepal is a great outing. They've been doing it since Dhading, Gorkha, and Kaski in Nepal. Participants must be familiar with both rock climbing and wild bees. Honey is often collected in the spring and fall. Nepal has five varieties of honeybees. Wild honeybees build stone bee sanctuaries. Nepalese farmers offer God's flowering wheat and lambs before hunting as a religious practice. From the start until the beehives, the elevation is 300-400 meters. The only way up is through a rope or a bamboo stepping stool. He or she distributes nectar from each colony. When honeybees are sleeping or fleeing from their hives, you should do this.