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Adventure in Nepal

Adventure in Nepal

A chance to trek, river-run and view game all in one holiday, in the stunning country of Nepal. Explore the wildlife of the grasslands and forests and encompass all the best bits of this country.

The kingdom of Nepal is an undisputed trekking paradise, whilst its rivers, plunging through the mountains from the Tibetan Plateau, offer superb white-water rafting and, in the south, the subtropical jungles of the Terai will delight the wildlife enthusiast. This adventure encompasses the very best of this magical country.

After exploring Kathmandu, the journey begins in earnest with a six-day trek in the beautiful foothills of the mighty Annapurnas. After a night in Pokhara, you continue with a spectacular descent of the Seti River by inflatable raft, when the river’s quieter stretches are a delicious contrast to the thrill of negotiating whitewater rapids.

Back on dry land you reach the Royal Chitwan National Park, where the forests, grasslands and rivers shelter an astonishingly rich and varied wildlife, before ending this wonderful journey back in Kathmandu.

Sample itinerary: (Trek Grade 2)

Day 1: Depart London.  Days 2/3: Arrive Kathmandu. Sightseeing of Kathmandu Valley. Overnights Dwarikas Hotel.  Days 4/8: Fly to Pokhara and begin 6-day trek in the Annapurna foothills.  Day 9: End trek in Pokhara. Overnight Fishtail Lodge.  Day 10: Begin 2-day raft trip on the Seti River. Overnight camp.  Days 11/12: Game viewing in Chitwan. Overnights Tiger Tops.  Day 13: Fly to Kathmandu. Overnight Dwarikas Hotel.  Day 14: Fly to London.

Guide Price

From: £3,180 pp (based on 2 people travelling)

Price includes economy class flights and airport taxes.

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