Mountain Vistas & River Quests In Nepal

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Trekking, rafting and wildlife safaris amidst Nepal's unparalleled surroundings

Details

Duration: 13 Days
Starts in: Nepal
Group Size: 6-16

Operated by:

Exodus Travels

The original adventure and activity holiday company specializing in cultural, walking, cycling, winter and wildlife adventures.

Itinerary

Catch the Kathmandu cityscape from the hotel’s rooftop pool

Tour the bazaars, sample street food and marvel at the architecture

Fly to Pokhara and start an unforgettable Himalayan trek

Trek through villages, paddy fields and forest

The hike continues, crossing the river and climbing to Landruk

Trek to Majgaon, stopping for lunch at a villager’s house

The final leg of your mountain trek, before it’s back to Pokhara 

Yoga - check. Cooking - check. Biking - check

Raft through the jungle. Sleepover at a safari-style river camp

Morning rafting. Then onwards to Chitwan National Park

Explore Chitwan on foot, by dugout canoe and by jeep

It’s back to Kathmandu…

Farewell Nepal

Additional Information

This two-week jaunt explores the contrasts of Nepal, witnessing the best of its energy and its serenity. Get swept up in the dynamism of Kathmandu before hiking into the Annapurna Range on an unforgettable four-night Himalayan trek, staying in comfortable mountain lodges. And there’s more: you’ll raft through jungle and overnight in a safari-style tented river camp, then journey to sub-tropical Chitwan National Park on a soul-stirring wildlife adventure. *Live Adventure, Give Adventure.* Each time you book an adventure with Exodus Edits, we’ll contribute £15 to the Inspiration Project. That’s enough money to fund a day trip for a local child. Since 2017, our guides have been taking disadvantaged children to see their country’s famous sights and you’ll help us do this more in 2020.

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