Adventure holiday in Nepal

“Join a small group on an overland adventure in Nepal. Really affordable introduction to the region and great for those not into hard core trekking. ”

Highlights

Kathmandu | Lumbini | Chitwan National Park | Optional activities include: canoeing, jungle walks and wildlife safaris | 3 days in Pokhara | 2 days trekking in the Annapurna region | Visit a Tibetan Refugee Camp in Pokhara |

Description of Adventure holiday in Nepal

Starting this eleven day small group tour in Kathmandu conjures up a chance to hit the ground running. From here on out itís the Annapurna region that provides the jaw dropping moments with some stunning views over snow capped peaks providing plenty of places to pause and catch your breath.

From optional activities and wildlife watching in Chitwan National Park to chilling by the reflective waters in Pokhara, this holiday in Nepal leaves nothing to the imagination when it comes to authentic adventure experiences.

A two day trek in the Annapurna foothills will find you enveloped within the majesty of the Himalayas as fresh water rivers, waterfalls and streams lead to rustic lodges and welcome rest.

Meeting local Nepalese, Tibetan refugees and chatting to trekking sherpas is a fundamental part of this holiday and will no doubt provide just as much enlightenment as paying your respects at the abundant Buddhist and Hindu shrines and stupas.

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18 Jul 2018
£ 649
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29 Aug 2018
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10 Oct 2018
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21 Nov 2018
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02 Jan 2019
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13 Feb 2019
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27 Mar 2019
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08 May 2019
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31 Jul 2019
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11 Sep 2019
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23 Oct 2019
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04 Dec 2019
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Responsible tourism

Responsible tourism: Adventure holiday in Nepal

Environment

We take lots of public buses on this tour, reducing our carbon footprint. When we visit local villages which rarely see westerners, our tour leaders make sure that our passengers do not leave any rubbish or anything that could damage the environment especially when we stay in the middle of the Annapurna mountains.

When we are in the conservation areas we ask our passengers to buy boiled and filtered water sold by the local lodges. This conserves the water where possible. During the trek, the lodges we stay in provide lunches and teas made from local produce in the area.

Community

We follow an Ethical Trekking Policy when working with sherpas in Nepal. All of our hiking trips throughout the world work with porters who are employed to carry hiking and camping equipment. All equipment carried must follow strict guidelines so as not to impact their health and fitness. The employment also provides a valuable income for the sherpas and their families and offer an invaluable service to travellers in the area.

Hiring sherpas allows travellers valuable contact time with local communities where they can learn about the culture, religion and environment which they are exploring. We ensure that the porters we use are paid fairly and are given enough time to rest and enjoy meals while at work. Not only do the sherpas we use receive a comfortable salary but we also encourage our travellers to tip the porters should they feel they have been provided with an excellent service, supplementing their income.

Furthermore, we also ensure that we stay in hotels and guesthouses owned by the local communities, recommend and eat in local restaurants and travel by local public transport so that money goes in to the local economy. We visit a Tibetan refugee camp where we are all encouraged to purchase souvenirs. All contributions go the community as a whole and work towards integrating them into Nepalese culture.

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