Nepal is not only famous for trekking and climbing in the high mountains but is also a place for the honey hunting. Honey Hunting is the real and frequent activity of indigenous Gurung and Magar Community in Bhujung and Pasgaon for honey hunting from which they are able to solve their problem of bread and butter. This ancestral job of honey hunting still continues in many remote villages of Nepal while offering high tourism potential.
"The honey hunters are a tribe of Mongol in Nepal who follow the tradition of honey hunting, a tradition passed down from generations. The bees are driven away from the honeycomb by smoke. Besides being an economic activity harvesting cliff honey, honey hunting also involves special rituals and satisfies the leisure requirements of isolated mountain people. Hunting cliff honey is a dangerous activity and most of the cliffs are named and remembered by the names of honey hunters who died during honey harvesting. This culture does not allow the total eradication of bee nests but rather supports the sustainable presence and multiplication of cliff bees.”
Day 01 : Arrival in Kathmandu and transfer to the Hotel.
Day 02 : Prepration for Honey Hunting equipments.
Day 03 : Drive about 6 hours to Khudi, Lamjung.
Day 04 : Trekking about 6 hours to honey hunting village.
Day 05 - 07: Honey hunting Adventure program.
Day 08 : Farewell cultural program in village.
Day 09 : Return to Khudi and Kathmandu by bus
Day 10 : Sightseeing and Shopping in Kathmandu
Day 11 : Transfer to International Airport and fly home.