Roger Henke ponders this question in the May 2010 edition of Himal Magazine, a popular pan-Asian monthly journal.
While exploring the promotion of ‘adventure tourism’ in Southasia recently, I came across an impressive number of options. Apart from the obvious candidates – white-water rafting, diving, trekking, mountaineering – one can also go whale-watching in Sri Lanka, heli-skiing in India or honey hunting in Nepal. Yet why is running not on any of these lists?
Read the full article in Himal Magazine.
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