Ever since Eric Valli published a book and made a film on Honey Hunting, it has received immense publicity. This ancient tradition has been handed down through generations. Requiring remarkable skills, it is undertaken by experienced villagers who hang from cliffs as tall as 300m with the help of home-made hemp ropes and ladders. The wild bees choose difficult perches high on steep rock faces for their hives. The honey is harvested twice a year, once in April-May and again in October-November. The honey collected in spring has a enhanced flavor and medicinal values while being world known for its quality and unequalled taste.