Summer is officially upon us and with temperature soaring high day after day so is the heat, literally! It’s sticky, uncomfortable as the days become longer and hotter. There are several ways to escape the blistering heat, some of which you may not have thought of. Here are our top 5 ways to beat the heat:
Rafting & Kayaking
Nepal is the ultimate place where mighty and powerful rivers cut through the countryside, providing an exhilarating means of viewing ever-changing scenery while you raft through the turbulent waters. Exploring Nepal via river is a unique way to get off the beaten track and embrace pristine wilderness and beat the heat at the same time.
Canyoning is an exciting outdoor sport that requires you to walk, scramble, climb, jump, abseil and swim down steep canyon walls to pristine pools below. So far there are about two dozen canyons in Nepal where you can experience breathtaking scenery of dense forest, natural rock formations and cascading waterfalls.
Climbing & Expedition
Mountains are definitely a solace for those who seek refuge from scorching heat with its snow-capped enigma that will leave you spellbound. From the tallest mountain in the world to the forlorn Turquoise Goddess, Cho Oyu in Tibet, we provide you with various options that best meets your interests. Nepal offers you numerous choices namely Everest Expedition, Island Peak Climbing, Ama Dabalam Expedition, Pisang Peak Climbing, Mera Peak Climbing whereas Tibet has Everest expedition via North Side and Cho Oyu expedition.
Experience unparalleled scenic grandeur and picturesque view as you soar over Himalayas while sharing airspace with birds in the sky. It will take you over some of the exotic places on earth allowing you bird’s eye view of the Himalayan ranges, jungles, local villages, lakes and much more as you enjoy the cool breeze brush your face.
Jungle Safari with Elephant Shower
What could possibly be the best way to beat the heat other than showering with the elephants? Not only is Chitwan famous for its jungle safaris but also the rare opportunity to shower with an elephant where you even get to wash your elephant! The fun does not end there as you pass through diverse terrain from jungle to high alpine and witness some of the endangered species of wildlife habitation such as tigers, one-horned rhinoceros, blackbucks including bird-watching, nature walks in various national parks and wildlife reserves throughout Nepal.
Take up these unique ways and beat the heat this summer with Himalayan Glacier. We customize itinerary, trips and tour adhering to your requirements. For more information, please visit the Nepal Travel Guide.