PARBAT, March 26: With the onset of summer season, rafting on the Kaligandaki River has resumed. The adventure sport was halted since October for winter. Companies that manage the sport in the river say that Nepali people are increasingly attracted to rafting, and their participation equals that of foreigners these days.
Pokhara is gifted with geographical variances creating endless tourism possibilities. Allured by its natural beauty, the region sees abundant domestic and international tourists throughout the year. In addition to the picturesque surroundings it flaunts, Pokhara is also gaining fame amongst adventure sports enthusiasts.
Along with being a spiritual destination, the geographical diversity Nepal flaunts allows enthusiasts to explore its vast terrain. In an attempt to introduce the array of possibilities, My City’s team has compiled a list of unique activities in Nepal that’s aiding in promoting tourism in both national and local levels.
MARCH 19: Karnali Rafting and Adventure Private Limited Kailali collaborating with Humla Rafting and Water travel service started rafting from Humla’s famous pilgrimage Kharpunath Shiva Temple upto Yangchu corner from Saturday.
KATHMANDU, March 10: White water rafting, an adventurous tourist activity with high business potentials in Nepal, is threatened by the government’s failure to separate hydroelectricity projects from rafting sites in rivers allowed for rafting.