Get a behind the scenes look at The Last Honey Hunter right now. When Renan Ozturk and Mark Synnott head to Nepal with Nat Geo, they explore the wild world of honey harvesting. But this is far from your traditional honey harvest! In this video you’ll get a glimpse into the local culture and see how they harvest a hallucinogenic honey that’s found on the side of cliffs and guarded by monster honeybees in remote Nepal.
Here's a stunning series of images by photographer Andrew Newey of Nepalese honey hunters. Newey spent two weeks among the Gurung ethnic group in central Nepal, documenting their traditional beekeeping practices.
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Fearless men risk their lives to harvest the massive nests of the world's largest honeybee.
Wild honeybees in Nepal build ten-feet-long hives on the sides of high cliffs, but their honey is so rare that locals risk their lives climbing bamboo poles to harvest it. A film crew from the BBC watched the process in which the bo...