The Adventure of All Adventures – Extreme Skydiving at the top of the world!
Everest Skydive takes you to the chilling heights of 29,500ft. First landing at the airstrip in Lukla, (Sherpa country and the Everest region) you begin your trek to Syangboche.
Following the Dudh Kosi River, you trek past Sherpa villages, gompas (monasteries) within the Sagarmatha National Park (a UNESCO World Heritage Site).
Syangboche, a Sherpa hamlet situated just above Namche Bazaar, is the site for the Everest Skydive event. Upon reaching the hamlet, you will get ready to take the ‘World’s Highest Jump’ and land at 12,350 ft.
The highly qualified
Most extreme zipline in the world, officially named Zip-Flyer Nepal is the world’s most tallest, fastest and the longest zipline in the world located in Sarangkot, Nepal. It’s not just another zipline; it’s inclined at 56 degree, 1.8 km in length, 2000ft vertical drop and speeds of over 160kmph making it the most extreme ride in the world.
Imagine, You’re standing on the platform overlooking the majestic Himalayas and a mind-boggling 2000 feet vertical drop. As you look down, the adrenaline begins to build up and your heart begins to beat faster. The countdown begins…5,4,3,2,1, and you’re airborne. Gravity takes care
Canyoning one of the new additions to Nepal’s extreme sports activity list, an amazing full body and mind experience that enables you to explore some of the most forbidden places in the Himalayas of Nepal. On your journey, you will be accompanied by our qualified guides who will train and guide you in a way of such unforgettable and exiting places. In the course of canyoning, you will make a journey though close passages of rock which has been contoured by ages of rushing water from the Himalayan snow melts. You will also traverse though the natural places like dense
KATHMANDU: The government has exempted visa fee for the Everest and Dhaulagiri Summiteers for 2010 and 2011. The mountaineering fee has also been reduced by 50 per cent for Dhaulagiri climbers during the two years, on the occasion of Dhaulagiri golden jubilee celebration — on May 13 — and Sagarmatha day — on May 29.
Government is set to celebrate the third International Sagarmatha (Mount Everest) Day on May 29 with various programmes. The celebration is scheduled for two days — on May 28 and May 29. “We are hopeful that the celebration of Mt Everest Day will definitely help encourage
Nepal Investment Bank has sought local partnership to support the projects of national value. Every year, we have been providing a wholesome amount of money for such causes.
This year too, we have organised a NIBL Heritage Marathon 2010, raising over Rs 7 million for the renovation of Bhai Deval Temple and Aryaghat at Pashupatinath.
What is more remarkable about this project is that while urbanites are playing blind to the mounting heaps of garbage in front of our eyes, the Sherpas have taken an initiative to clean their backyard.
Given the context that we rank among the most polluted cities, the project