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Hunting Nepal’s Mad Honey That Makes You Hallucinate - HONEY HUNTERS

  • Published on Jul 2, 2022 veröffentlicht
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    The Honey Hunters of Nepal have a 260 year-old tradition of scaling mountains in search for a rare honey only found in the Himalayas that makes people hallucinate. We travel to the depths of the country of Nepal in search for these brave people and capture their story.
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Comments • 12 573

  • Yes Theory
    Yes Theory  8 months ago +6853

    Our friend Cory S Martin who shot this story with us, one of the best cinematographer on the internet right now JUST launched his own channel and we're trying to get his first few thousand subscribers. He created his own cinematic cut of this story, watch it here and subscribe!! clip-share.net/video/KGWc4z6TTgQ/video.html

    • jjcool coolio
      jjcool coolio Month ago


    • John Geiger
      John Geiger Month ago

      This is top notch, incredible. One of the best travelogue production I've ever seen. You badasses deserve all the success.

    • Dan Field
      Dan Field 2 months ago


    • Abishek Willie
      Abishek Willie 2 months ago

      Your people Cinematography are real stories tellers
      Real life behind the scenes

  • Philip Rocco LaPorta
    Philip Rocco LaPorta 5 months ago +2753

    At this point, you guys honestly deserve you’re own National Geographic show 👏

    • Muna Bajgain
      Muna Bajgain 5 days ago

      Agreed ❤😊

    • Kut Eee
      Kut Eee 23 days ago +1


    • J. S.
      J. S. 26 days ago +1

      I like the show as is. Nat Geo could've already done this if they wanted to. No need to pimp the little man. Keep it independent and keep up the work. Advertising will find you.

    • Meet Patel
      Meet Patel Month ago


    • Josh Stotts
      Josh Stotts Month ago

      They get more views here on Clip-Share then they would on Nat Geo

  • Rabin
    Rabin 4 months ago +82

    Being from Nepal,
    Even I didn't know there was something like this in my country and Thank you for creating such a beautiful documentary about this

  • michelle waltham
    michelle waltham 3 months ago +332

    It never ceases to amaze me at how receptive these people are to you, coming from a different world, into theres and they always seem so happy

    • Anna Castro
      Anna Castro 17 days ago

      I find it interesting that they're able to pose people and get great shots like at 38:38 despite the fact that Clip-Share content and film production are probably pretty alien concepts to many of them

    • David A
      David A Month ago

      yes its because they dont watch tv

    • Abhilash
      Abhilash 2 months ago

      Pahadi (people who live in hilly regions) people are usually very shy, Honest and nice and at the same time very ruthless and make great troops.
      Same here across the nepal border in india.

  • NoblePotatoPB
    NoblePotatoPB 3 months ago +417

    Watching this makes me wish I had the opportunity to experience the world as you guys are. Best of luck and health to you. Keep showing us what we can not see for ourselves. Thank you.

    • Julia Huff
      Julia Huff 2 months ago +1

      @NoblePotatoPB you are very good and empathetic man. Many people arent. They just live their lives and leave everyone behind. Your life is very full and I am sure you will still get to see the world when the time is right.

    • John
      John 2 months ago


    • LifeIsAwesome
      LifeIsAwesome 2 months ago +1

      I will say this Bud! Never give up. Keep dreaming for the stars. If you can’t you tried.❤

    • S M
      S M 2 months ago

      @P B Life's really not so easy as a Nike slogan makes it out to be. 'Just do it' is easy to say, but so much harder to 'just do' if doing that something requires resources one doesn't have.

  • Styles Extraordinaire
    Styles Extraordinaire 3 months ago +140

    This episode blew me away. Incredible how emotional and inspiring a honey harvest could be. Thank you for "seeking discomfort" and love in the world... and sharing it with all of us.
    Be well and Stay Safe.

  • Margarita E
    Margarita E 4 months ago +66

    When Thomas asked at the end, "Where is your next adventure going to be?", my 95-year-old mother (who has lived an unusual and adventurous life, including 3 months of jungle survival training in the jungles of Mexico in the 1950's) replied, "Not there." Excellent job all of you! Love your videos!

  • Eamon & Bec
    Eamon & Bec 8 months ago +1508

    You all continue to inspire, educate, and amaze us! Another fantastic episode you guys 👏🏻. Thanks for bringing us along for the adventure and sparing us the 4 days of intense travel, leech bites, and bee stings 😆

    • baka
      baka 8 months ago

      @Gods Girl these people arent Indians. they are Nepalese. learn the difference

    • Gods Girl
      Gods Girl 8 months ago

      Indians go through so much to provide for the world from the children in the mines getting minerals for makeup, from making tea to now this they really are so special😭😭😭🙌🏼🙌🏼🙌🏼🙌🏼

    • Taylor Dupont
      Taylor Dupont 8 months ago

      So true! This felt like a NatGeo episode and I’m here for it.

    • MrChoobzor
      MrChoobzor 8 months ago +2

      They copied it lol

    • pearlhartney9
      pearlhartney9 8 months ago +4

      It was amazing! Hope you 2 are doing well! Been thinking of Bec a lot and how she is getting on! xx

  • The Supporting Cast
    The Supporting Cast 2 months ago +7

    The people of Nepal never cease to amaze me. I wish I could experience their culture and nation. It's stunning.

  • Cocinero del Isla
    Cocinero del Isla 4 months ago +56

    "An adrenalin rush is not what we are seeking, but to explore how deeply we can immerse ourselves in this world to celebrate how wonderfully rich, complex, and diverse our planet truly is." Love this one man! This statement without a doubt equates freedom, celebration of life, love, and appreciation to our beloved home, Earth. Long live Yes Theory! These guys are awesome, crazy awesome!

  • Claudio Hess
    Claudio Hess 3 months ago +76

    We were with you in this fantastic, dangerous and awesome journey!!! 40 minutes in an incredible voyage in this beautiful mountains!!

  • Sunny Kiju
    Sunny Kiju 4 months ago +35

    Hello. Greetings from Nepal 🇳🇵. We can't thank you enough for doing this great masterpiece of work. I was so emotional while seeing the video as memories pops up from past. Can't wait to go back to my home. It's a beautiful documentary. Thank you once again.

  • A
    A 2 days ago +1

    Wow... OMG. This movie, and yes, it is a movie, is just perfect. The cinematography work makes this 100 times more impressive... the angles, the cameras you put on the stick Ashdon was using, the consistent filming even through an extremely tough hike... I have been following Yes Theory since Project 30 and I am just in awe at what you guys have accomplished and how far you've come.

  • Saurav Maraseni
    Saurav Maraseni 6 months ago +1632

    No one has ever documented the honey-hunting process with such a level of production. Cheers guys and love from Nepal.

    • Saint52vvs
      Saint52vvs Month ago

      Ummmm yea vice did

    • Karl Antony Olayon
      Karl Antony Olayon 2 months ago

      Lmao no!

    • Dana
      Dana 2 months ago +1

      This video was hilarious. Guy takes a bee suit all the way to Nepal and gets nowhere near any bees. What a couple of kittens those 2 are. I can just see all the luggage they paid those porters to carry. 🤣 Once again Americans embarass us abroad.

    • James Huskey
      James Huskey 3 months ago +2

      Renan ozturk did it best

    • BlackWidow
      BlackWidow 4 months ago +2

      thats not correct. Joko and Klaas did it earlier and funnier in a german television show :)

  • Jeff Dishong
    Jeff Dishong 2 months ago +4

    Absolutely, truly on the edge insanity!! Wow!! Much respect to the honey hunters there in Nepal. An incredible amount of mental preparedness and training as well as physically being strong enough to pull off getting up and down, whilst recovering the honey and honeycomb.
    My hat’s off to all of those who can survive this incredible hunt!

  • E
    E 4 months ago +21

    Love the respect this man has for everyone he meets on his journeys. What a legendary human being.

  • Small Scribbles
    Small Scribbles 24 days ago +6

    When I was younger, I had a teacher who went to Nepal and told us about the bees. I’ve been interested in the country ever since then and hope to visit Nepal one day. Thanks for the awesome video!

  • Lex
    Lex Month ago +13

    Shaman guy is my favorite, they are so happy to meet new people and its almost unbelieveable how genuine and honest is all of those people... This video is a masterpiece and im loving every minute of it

  • Zeria
    Zeria 4 months ago +16

    The cinematography, story telling, script and adventure on this one is phenomenal and so over the top. Showcases the main point of this documentary where culture, way of life and opportunities compared to where we stand while watching this is really far from our comfort. This is my kind of documentary. Made me realize how lucky we are. Really well done! 🔥

  • Sonia Bossa
    Sonia Bossa 5 months ago +662

    The fact that this amazing video is free for us to watch is just on another level! Congratulation Yes Theory!!

  • karen coffman
    karen coffman 4 months ago +16

    I watched another documentary on the Nepal Honey Hunters and although it was interesting and had some very pertinent information, the difference I noticed is that, the other documentary left me feeling like I was watching very strange and foreign beings. I felt very disconnected. You brought out the human side of things and I felt like, although the people have very distinct traditions and different ways of living, we are very much the same. I got to know the people you connected with and saw the humanity through it all. For such young people you have so much wisdom and humanity! Thanks for that! bonne continuation, les gars! MERCI

  • Deburam Bhandari
    Deburam Bhandari 21 day ago

    Thank you so much for visiting and showering this much of love towards Nepal 🇳🇵🇳🇵I felt excellently be happy and excited to see you soon visiting Nepal again 🇳🇵❣️🇳🇵❣️

    KFxDHIRAJ 3 days ago

    It is just amazing how he went in that mountain cliff along with the honey harvester. Just amazing

  • schoolinJOO
    schoolinJOO 3 months ago +30

    this was breathtaking; the other videos on this didn’t capture the magic. it seems like a deeply personal and spiritual experience

  • Daisy Maidhungxa
    Daisy Maidhungxa 24 days ago

    This is absolutely insane 😮😮 love to watch your conversation ❤❤ Thank you for sharing this beautiful piece of culture and lifestyle ❤❤

  • Cory S Martin
    Cory S Martin 8 months ago +13397

    One of the craziest experiences of my life! So stoked I was able to create this film with you boys! One of my favorites we’ve made together for sure and I love how it came out! Here’s to many more!!

    • LifeIsAwesome
      LifeIsAwesome 2 months ago

      I was born in Bhutan and lived in Nepal for two decades, I have been to this kind of places in Nepal but never experienced anything like it. This were kind of the stories my Pops used to tell me when I was a kid. I am happy for you Cory you get to experience what we’re just stories to me.❤

    • RomeoZacks
      RomeoZacks 2 months ago


    • Titi Dimeji
      Titi Dimeji 3 months ago

      @tnampoh me too

    • Titi Dimeji
      Titi Dimeji 3 months ago

      Do you recruit people to join your adventures? If yes I want to experience something this fun but not as risky though

    • فكر منطقي
      فكر منطقي 4 months ago

      watching every second of the video is epic

  • Forrest Cleveland
    Forrest Cleveland 4 months ago +9

    Bees and their buzzing is my one phobia and I’ve watched literally every single other of Yes Theory’s video.
    Finally sought the discomfort of this video and it is absolutely fascinating. Thank you for all the wonderful content!

  • Rana
    Rana 4 months ago +9

    Cory is the example of why cameraman never dies!

  • Pokerchefjeff
    Pokerchefjeff Month ago +4

    This is one of the most amazing videos I have ever seen. You do such an amazing job depicting what this would actually look like (obviously you were there) but for the viewer, what an experience. Thank you for this.

  • Behiwot Tilahun
    Behiwot Tilahun 3 months ago +36

    It is an excellent documentary & it is one of the most profound living experiences I have seen.

  • Sandra Niemeyer
    Sandra Niemeyer Month ago

    Wow, My first time watching your works. This was totally amazing. The whole crew are gutsy for doing this whole trip. Thanks for sharing

  • Isaac Leachman
    Isaac Leachman 7 months ago +1316

    The fact that this is for free and on Clip-Share is baffling to me, the production quality alone is crazy, not to mention the actual content!

    • Toki
      Toki 6 months ago +2

      lmao I really think people are being bitter and having the main point of this comment literally flying over their heads. The fact that this video was released for the general audience, and not limited behind a paywall such as being restricted to being a members only video is what the commenter probably meant by "free". Trying to argue that they would, in fact gain money off this video is literally irrelevent because that's the whole point of people who make youtube content for a living.
      In the T-shirt section of the video, it was also mentioned that there was no sponser for this specific video.

    • Lukáš
      Lukáš 6 months ago +3

      I mean wtf even is this comment section. So much negativity, I’m sorry for you people.

    • Christopher Milne
      Christopher Milne 6 months ago +2

      i thought this was a cool video too lol damn, people literally cant even basically say " i think this is cool" without the youtube zealots shoving their opinion down your throat

  • Frank EL
    Frank EL 2 months ago +19

    Dope to be able to experience this vicariously through you guys. Salute ‼️

  • Shree Krishna
    Shree Krishna 10 days ago

    Imma be honest , it requires a lot to get this adventure done. Gotta admire the courage.

    YOBANANA BOY 2 months ago

    storytelling , cinematography , the music everything is on point not too much and not short of anything you guys really deserve your own TV show and more recognition and that would really do wonders. Thank you and never stop making such amazing videos.

  • Lazarus aap
    Lazarus aap Month ago +1

    What an amazing and stunning adventure that must have been! I really appreciate that you did this and taking us along with you! Also I think they could keep the bees like other beekeepers keep their bees right?

  • JustKay
    JustKay 8 months ago +2443

    Incredible! You guys have some of the best storytelling and this adventure is next level. I feel so weak watching these honey hunters. Btw insane cinematography by Cory!

      BIG RAMEN 7 months ago

      Yeah nostalgic music he used seems from several movies ive watched

    • Prasan Lama
      Prasan Lama 8 months ago

      We want JustKay to visit Nepal 🔥

    • Steve Thea
      Steve Thea 8 months ago

      @Batman which videos?

    • Steve Thea
      Steve Thea 8 months ago +1

      @Unknown dudes 50 or 60? Looking good for his age too

    • Fuchay Nepunk
      Fuchay Nepunk 8 months ago

      Love from Nepal🥰💕🇳🇵🇳🇵🇳🇵🇳🇵

  • sudip poudel
    sudip poudel 4 months ago +12

    Oh ho, what a VIDEO! Being from Nepal, my nerves were high watching this documentary. Salute to those fearless people out there who are continuing their tradition and culture of honey hunting. High appreciate you guys for capturing the whole process and travel (altho I felt a bit more conclusive ending could have been made). Thank you team! Loved this as always

  • Tannea Tries
    Tannea Tries 4 months ago +5

    This was amazing, your bravery showed despite your fear. Thanks for documenting this for us to see.

  • Millo Puming
    Millo Puming 2 months ago

    lots of love and respect to you all for all the effort and amount of work that you guys put into producing this beautiful and rare story that too very far away from home, deep into the treacherous jungles of Himalayas. what a show!!

  • DaaiDaaiable
    DaaiDaaiable 4 months ago +4

    Brave men from two worlds! Thank you all for making this documentary, special salut to Cory you were truly nuts! Lol… as mentioned, it could be the last honey hunt. God bless you, especially for those who are up there doing this for a living🙏🏻

  • Ali Lordgate
    Ali Lordgate 2 months ago +1

    One of the best and most intense adventure I’ve ever seen. Shout out to you guys and the village people who made it possible.

  • Toby The Gentleman
    Toby The Gentleman 8 months ago +558

    Nepal, a hidden paradise ❤️

    • The Gorkha
      The Gorkha 8 months ago +7

      You are most welcome to visit sir. #visitnepal2022 🇳🇵

  • christdragon
    christdragon 4 months ago +6

    This is by far the best adventure I've seen on this channel. I remember seeing a article about this in National Geographic years ago. Great work. Great shots. Please keep up the good work. I hope to do something as epic as this some day. Thank you.

  • Shantosh Bhusal
    Shantosh Bhusal 4 months ago +2

    The video, the narration, the scenes, the dialogues; PERFECTION. I felt like I'm watching some adventure movie. Kudos. I wish you guys come again to our beautiful country to explore more stories. Jay Nepal

  • Fides Haniel
    Fides Haniel 26 days ago

    Love the insigne you vive us to this wonderful world :) … sending love and blessings to this village for the coming passing 🙏

  • Dr_Uncle_Louie_Angel

    I was just going to fast forward through this to get to the good parts, but I’m loving every minute of it so far. Great job, guys. You make me feel as if I’m taking the trip with you.

  • Xavier
    Xavier 8 months ago +1481

    I'm from Nepal and I cannot appreciate Yes Theory enough for creating this film. Thank you from the bottom of my heart!

    • Chara Leenyi
      Chara Leenyi 4 months ago

      ! you're trolling all over facebook , now I can see you here. You are active in all media platforms Xavier

    • Lotus Man
      Lotus Man 4 months ago +1

      Indian doti always say this. Everybody know this. U think u are clever? 😎😂👉

    • Bibek Neupane
      Bibek Neupane 4 months ago +1

      You are from india

    • Billion
      Billion 5 months ago

      xavier got citizenship of all countries from the entire world.

    • ilm
      ilm 5 months ago


  • Andy Torres
    Andy Torres Month ago +6

    This is literally the first video I've ever seen of you guys and I must say I am very very impressed I didn't even know this existed thank you so much for this beautiful video stay safe out there wherever you go, I'm a new fan (:

  • Angela Hamilton
    Angela Hamilton Month ago

    You guys are absolutely amazing !
    Wish if I could turn back time !!!!

  •  Escape To The Moon
    Escape To The Moon 2 months ago

    They’re all heroes ❤

  • Live Arts Channel
    Live Arts Channel 3 months ago +6

    You did a really great job... showing the craziest and most adventurous job people are doing in the world. Bless them and your team as well.

  • Nikk
    Nikk Month ago +2

    Ive been to remote places like these in the himalayas. Its a hard life that these people lead and yet, you'd always find them with a smile. Ive hardly ever seen them complaining about anything or even frown.

  • bishal malla
    bishal malla 8 months ago +257

    Being a Nepali myself I’m proud to see these indigenous people who work day and night to keep their tradition alive. Thanks fellas for covering and creating such a wonderful content. We Nepalis appreciate it.

  • lone ranger
    lone ranger 4 months ago +5

    As a Nepali I would like to thank you guys from bottom of my heart for showing the beautiful documentation of honey-hunting.
    Thank you for such a wonderful content.

  • Singing Journey
    Singing Journey 4 months ago +4

    Ashdan is surprisingly humble while there so many people bragging for pointless achievements. Great lesson.

  • johnly
    johnly 2 months ago +1

    Thank you for going through such extreme and rare experiences to share to the world. Got me pump from the comfort of my home to the adventures around the world I would soon to start when I'm able. Thanks guys. Your amazing. 🙏

  • Sahidur Rahman
    Sahidur Rahman 3 months ago +7

    Thank you so much for making this video. I would’ve never known such job exists without you guys. You guys are authentic, respectful to nature and other cultures. I am originally from Bangladesh now living in USA and I know how much it means seeing the respect given. Please keep doing the awesome job.

  • Farida Begum
    Farida Begum Month ago

    Can really relate to the line … ‘what are we doing here ?’ That’s my favourite saying whenever I go trekking to any place and suddenly realise the gravity of the situation… But salute to you guys for the deep respect you showed to a culture ,people, custom that is totally different to yours and showcasing it to the world as well. Thank you, stay blessed and healthy.

  • JAM3S
    JAM3S 5 months ago +495

    The fact they risk their lives for hallucinogenics deeply resonates with me

    • Jake Cornell
      Jake Cornell Month ago

      @SoCalBarbie Can you please elaborate?

    • Xeno
      Xeno 2 months ago +1

      @mojogustavo336 No, but since others knew what I was talking about I don't see why it matters to you, but please do enjoy the keyboard corrections you so desperately need. It all matters where you live in the world as to the description of the meaning so don't get so upset your correction doesn't mean anything.
      Mushroom Mycelium, Where I live in the USA I don't ask for Mushrooms when I buy them they are labeled shrooms (chocolate bars, dried, Tea etc) The label of the maker of the product itself labels it this. Most folks who do use them know what it means and where it came from I'm from east coast I've heard them called Shrooms, Mushies, Caps, Boomers, Pizza, Alice, buttons, tweeze. So sorry my choice of words offended you to the point of a comment but please buddy please stick thru the end of this conversation so I can say God bless you!

    • Mojo Gustavo
      Mojo Gustavo 2 months ago

      @Xeno What is a shroom? I think you mean mushrooms. Did you have a stroke while writing that…?

    • Ninjasnail4
      Ninjasnail4 2 months ago +1


    • Daniel Webster
      Daniel Webster 3 months ago +1

      @Brillian Tran lol so true.. I bought an autograph cord for professional wrestler it was real cheap so I thought it was fake. And the guy has been dead for 2 years and as soon as I got the card I said I'm going to see if it's fake I didn't even have to check as soon as I took it out of the package it was already smudged and was still wet basically now the restroom has been dead for several years so he could not have signed it. I've done it simply for an experiment but I expected it to be fake particularly because it was so cheap. If they don't come out of the packages themselves they should be suspect

  • Diane LovesALotofLife
    Diane LovesALotofLife 2 months ago

    This was AWESOME!!
    Thank you!!
    Thank you for putting yourselves out there so that people like me, can live, vicariously, through you. I'd love to experience this journey!!

  • licks n kicks
    licks n kicks 4 months ago +5

    Your videos are at another level. Superior to everything else out there. Amazing, interesting and entertaining! Thank you!

  • Lyric
    Lyric 3 months ago +11

    I just now found your channel. Absolutely incredible, out-of-this-world adventures. Thank you🙏

  • Naw Thaw Thi Htoo
    Naw Thaw Thi Htoo 2 months ago

    Thank you guys for dropping this awesome video.
    Wish you guys can explore all over the world.
    My respect goes to all the honey hunters. ❤❤❤❤

  • Ashok Paudel
    Ashok Paudel 25 days ago

    I believe you guys will soon film more adventurous documentaries here in Nepal. I appreciate all of your hard work for this document.
    Thank You Yes Theory Team.

  • Thomas Olivent
    Thomas Olivent 8 months ago +602

    I absolutely love how many folks from Nepal are thrilled in the comments about this video. What a great job at respecting and honoring an age old tradition and culture.

    • Vivideos
      Vivideos 8 months ago +5

      Yup. Happy to see yes theory in my country. I'm a city guy and I won't dare to go there like these guys did.

    • Serj Limitless
      Serj Limitless 8 months ago +20

      After visiting Nepal you will come back again and again, I guarantee you!

  • Flowz Surprising
    Flowz Surprising 4 months ago +3

    As a Jamaican I enjoy your work and dedication continue to bring new experience and cultural traditions to our eyes beautiful world and it's people lots of love and support guys keep it going.ps. I would love to be apart of your team

  • Yukie From Oz
    Yukie From Oz 4 months ago +2

    Oh yeah I've seen that doco you mentioned where the interpreter ate too much honey and got really sick and had to be carried down the mountain by the elderly locals lol.
    Your video was awesome, amazing quality footage, props to Cory the cameraman. Those locals are some amazingly strong and tough ppl. Ashdan is superhuman lol. Love how you guys embrace different cultures. Keep up the fantastic work! Subscribed. 👍

  • sandesh katwal
    sandesh katwal 2 months ago

    You explore and be exposed to wild honey hunting in Nepal even though I didn't know about it before as a Nepalese! thank you!!!

  • Jennifer Taylor
    Jennifer Taylor 28 days ago +1

    I adore Nepal. The sketchy road trip brought back so many memories hahah terrifying at the time but I look back on those memories fondly.

  • Doyen Syangtan
    Doyen Syangtan 2 months ago

    Great presentation Yes Theory. Amazing team work and kudos to your persistency.
    Hope you tipped them well.

  • RB
    RB 8 months ago +940

    The Nepalese are one of the most humble, friendliest & hospitable people I have ever met. Your video is such an eye opener on this unique Nepali harvest of mountain honey. Thank you for this amazing video worthy to be in National Geography.

    • Bananaemoji
      Bananaemoji 5 months ago +2

      @Notmyname1011 lol that’s wrong though. We’re very well connected with the rest of the world and we have some of the highest internet speeds in Nepal. But we do know how to preserve our culture and traditions while keeping up with the modern lifestyle. I’m talking about the cities and mostly urban areas of course.

    • Anonymous
      Anonymous 5 months ago

      Nepalese are excellent soldiers

    • Notmyname1011
      Notmyname1011 6 months ago

      Its because they are greatly unpolluted by the mainstream.

    • GTA5film
      GTA5film 8 months ago

      Thank you we’re very friendly

    • Bivut Vaidya
      Bivut Vaidya 8 months ago +15

      @PARSA MOHAN majority of the country is hindu. Around 81% with about 10% buddhist. But most of the Hindus also worship and respect Lord Buddha and theres harmony between the 2 religions.

  • Anil Rana magar
    Anil Rana magar 4 months ago +2

    One of the best thing I ever saw.Thank you guys for visiting Nepal in whole a different level.

  • horizon rai
    horizon rai 4 months ago +1

    Really appreciate your courage and hardwork of making this historic documentary on honey hunting in remote jungle of Nepal. It is gonna be one of the very rare recorded history and story about local wild honey hunting. Warm Namaste from @kongkho river🙏

  • PJ Foltz
    PJ Foltz 2 months ago

    This was a great informative video. I just found out about Mad Honey. Tibet is a magical place and the bees are magical too! Thank you for doing this trek and sharing it!

  • Ritesh Tamu
    Ritesh Tamu 2 months ago

    We really proud feel to you guys from Nepal make incredible dacumentary salute for u all of theory teams ❤️🇳🇵

  • Anna
    Anna Month ago +1

    The videos are soooo well made, edited, the music everything just perfect and feels like you’re part of the trip 👍🏻

  • Merina
    Merina 8 months ago +699

    Being a Nepali, I was unknown of this magnificent story which I really appreciate you guys for bringing this in-front of us in such a beautiful way. Such a great story and video. Loved it. Love from Nepal. ♥️

    • Amritansh Singh Gautam
      Amritansh Singh Gautam 7 months ago

      @Monali Thakur beta..😂😂 thats way better..😂

    • Monali Thakur
      Monali Thakur 7 months ago +3

      @Souvik Roy Ok beta

    • Souvik Roy
      Souvik Roy 7 months ago

      @Monali Thakur No , I don't think so. Don't call me sir , madam. I'm just a teen.

    • Souvik Roy
      Souvik Roy 7 months ago +1

      Unknown ? As a Indian , I knew this already.

    • @Moktan
      @Moktan 7 months ago +1

      How came you not know abt it ??? 😁😁 There's a documentary also abt it by vice channel.

  • Gabriel Noah
    Gabriel Noah 21 day ago

    You really Seeked Discomfort here guys 🙏
    What a huge mountain there, honey hunter is soo full of courage. Did not see the cinematographer Cory going for the climb, must have been such a crazy experience. Not to forget, how beautiful Nepal and brave it's people are. Would love to experience soon!! 💫

  • Christine Brown
    Christine Brown 4 months ago +1

    I have the goosebumps!! Profound human experience!! Awesome guys! Unbelievable courage … God bless you all 🙏❤️

  • Esther Abuin
    Esther Abuin 3 months ago

    Wow, I'm enjoying this adventure with you guys.

  • G4TE
    G4TE 2 months ago +2

    im nepalese and im so happy to see nepal get some attention. keep up the good work

  • The Joy of Village Life

    It was a couple of days ago I launched my video on harvesting honey. It’s one of the most challenging harvests I had. Love to hear about your comments on my video ❤❤❤❤❤❤❤❤❤❤❤❤❤❤

  • Justin Jones
    Justin Jones 7 months ago +382

    The first person to start harvesting this honey and start this tradition must have been 10x as mad. Truly amazing, glad this was captured for all to see.

    • Anym
      Anym 3 months ago

      @BestMods168 imagine gatekeeping documentaries lmao

    • Melanie VibeNation
      Melanie VibeNation 6 months ago +2

      @BestMods168 I think they meant that none of the younger generation there in nepal is willing to keep the tradition alive and there's only one true "honey hunter" left. It's not about it being captured "for the first time", it's about it probably being the last one. (as in if you go there after these brave men pass away one day, nobody is going to keep the tradition alive no more.)

    • ޓކހރ-ލއއބޚ
      ޓކހރ-ލއއބޚ 6 months ago +2

      Interestingly, this honey was used by the Greeks in a war against the Romans over 2000 years ago. The Greeks had spent time resting and recuperating in a town, but they knew the Romans were hot on their tail...so they left town, leaving a bunch of mad honey behind. The Romans rested in the town and started looking for food and water, and they found the honey. Little did they know, the Greeks had the plan to return after the honey had been eaten. They found nearly the entire squad of Romans either drunkenly stumbling around, some were too sick to move, and some were already dead. It was a very easy victory for the Greeks.

    • ޓކހރ-ލއއބޚ
      ޓކހރ-ލއއބޚ 6 months ago +1

      @JayJ in all fairness, this is like a carbon copy of the video Vice made about it like 7 years ago. At least the pyramid videos bring something new to the table, even if they are not evidence based and are just pure speculation.

  • ButterCheeseCorn
    ButterCheeseCorn Month ago +4

    The guide who just said he's tired because he just got home from Everest and just telling it like he just came from the grocery store is what gets me.

  • jahmez 63
    jahmez 63 2 months ago

    Amazing story to have watched as you said, "What possibly be the last honey hunter for this village?" I felt privileged to watch.

  • Frederick Ngwenya
    Frederick Ngwenya 3 months ago

    These guys makes it look funny & easy. I can't withstand their levels of endurance. Respect to you guys
    Lots of respect & love from South Africa 🇿🇦 ❤

  • indianaman1987
    indianaman1987 3 months ago

    You guys are so sincere, so true, and respectful. I love it! You guys make great content and get some beautiful shots. Keep up the good work!

  • BeevMeister
    BeevMeister Month ago

    I'm proud to be a Nepali 🇳🇵❤

  • Guras Online TV
    Guras Online TV 8 months ago +522

    I am from Nepal and am genuinely speechless for the adventure you guys have done with courage. We are here ready to welcome people from all around to world with a smiley face and true hospitality from the heart. lots of love from Nepal.

    • Reyan's Family
      Reyan's Family 8 months ago

      Thats true

    • Guras Online TV
      Guras Online TV 8 months ago

      @Joseph Gilbert it's not that easy bro. and I suggest not to fall for a scam.

    • Guras Online TV
      Guras Online TV 8 months ago

      @susan fudge No bro, never got a chance for that

    • Joseph Gilbert
      Joseph Gilbert 8 months ago

      @Anthrax good stuff. Thanks for the heads up 😊

    • Anthrax
      Anthrax 8 months ago +5

      @Joseph Gilbert its very rare to find these ..dont fall for anyone who says they could get you this honey..even we locals rarely find this intoxicating honey.

  • Arun shrestha
    Arun shrestha 2 months ago

    You boys are doing the BEST at which you are. Love from Nepal 🇳🇵

  • Melissa Baligala
    Melissa Baligala 4 months ago +2

    So amazing! The honey hunter so brave and so dangerous work . So glad and proud to watch these documentary. Salute to all of of you and the last honey hunter.

  • Arizona Summers
    Arizona Summers 2 months ago

    I am really glad they got a ton of subs and views because they really are capturing history and knowledge that’s real power and they are sharing it to millions of people so I am really happy supporting this channel

  • prabhu nomi
    prabhu nomi Month ago

    Hats off team for showing such a brave man to climb those cliffs at that age😎

  • Deano
    Deano 3 months ago +53

    I use mad honey but mine comes from Turkey. Also I lost my leg 6 years ago , I love travelling and have recently rode route 66 and travelled to the amazon alone on holiday. Basically I'd love to join you guys on a trip sometime

    • damien breslin
      damien breslin 2 months ago

      What is it like? Do you just get it of the net or the dark Web?

    • Franky702
      Franky702 3 months ago +1

      Right on bro 🤝🏼

  • Pablo Robles
    Pablo Robles 7 months ago +183

    Mad respect to this honey hunter. His skill and courage are off the charts yet he is kind and amiable. At age 58...INCREDIBLE!!!

  • Christine Patterson
    Christine Patterson 3 months ago +1

    Absolutely breathtaking!!! So gorgeous! Nothing looked real it was all just absolutely stunning. Thank you so much for putting this in my life ❤

  • jemmmm
    jemmmm 4 months ago +2

    This is quite possibly the best video on Clip-Share. Well done boys. That was just spectacular

  • Mark Hasty
    Mark Hasty 4 months ago

    What a wonderful gift to be able to make the trip to such a beautiful place. The love and kindness shown to you from people in another world..

    TGMASCHMIDT 4 months ago +3

    Great video. But I can’t believe I’ve watched 40 minutes hoping to see someone getting crazy on honey and didn’t get nothing. And I can’t believe even more, that you guys went through all this to not even get a little taste of the honey. Now I need to watch the Vice documentary again, thanks!