Honey hunters in Nepal who go to extreme lengths to harvest wild honey from steep inaccessible cliffs

Honey hunters in the remote village of Bhujung, Nepal go to extreme lengths to harvest wild honey from steep cliffs. Twice a year, about 80 miles outside of Kathmandu, villagers from Bhujung embark on this centuries-old quest. Hanging from handmade rope ladders some hundreds of feet in the air, and without use of protective clothing, the honey hunters collect honeycomb in the foothills of the Himalayas. … Continue reading Honey hunters in Nepal who go to extreme lengths to harvest wild honey from steep inaccessible cliffs