The honey harvesting is one of the challenging ancient activities in Nepal. The wild honey hunting is still practiced in a rural part of Nepal. Honey harvesting is quite popular nearby Beshisahar in the Annapurna region trekking trail. Recently The Last Honey Hunter documentary was filmed by Renan Ozturk, Renan is Filmmaker and climber. Renan and Mark Synnott visit Nepal with National Geographic to shoot the traditional honey harvest in Hongu River Valley below the Khumbu region.
This The Last Honey Hunter trails is another great adventure trail Nepal beyond the Mt. Everest and other giants Mountains. Rugged Trails Nepal thought this Honey Hunter trail could be an exciting trip below the Khumbu region on Makalu Barun National Park. The place where The Last Honey Hunter was filmed it is a remote mountain village. This trail is about 9 days from Kathmandu to Kathmandu by the scenic drive. On this trail, you will see Mt. Everest, Mt. Thamserku, Kongde Peak, and Mera Peak.
Let's see the ancient honey harvesting place and the leading person Mauli Dhan Rai (Watch Movie and images of him). To get this village we can fly to Lukla and continue our trek to or while doing Everest Base Camp Trek we can add few more days to Explore this adventurous place. The ancient honey hunters use traditional bamboo ropes on hundreds of feet high clips.
Pictures Source: NatGeo, Mountain Film.