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It's not just the flying that's awesome in Nepal. If you're into the great outdoors, then the alternatives for adventure are impressive, with some of the best trekking, mountain biking & rafting in Asia - if not the world. Over the years, we've covered a lot of ground in Nepal, and we have our fingers on the pulse when it comes to the best treks, MTB routes, and rivers to run.
We get favourable rates for all sorts of activities in and around Pokhara, so if you're thinking about mixing some other activities with your flying and are not sure what you should be doing or paying, drop us a line and we'll help you figure out a good plan.
Trekking in the Himalayas is, in every sense of the words, an uplifting experience. By walking through the mountains of Nepal, you will come to understand why this country has captivated the hearts of mountaineers and explorers for over a century. Treks range from 2 day excursions to one month forays deep into the mountains. There are plenty of facilities in the mountains catering for different tastes and budgets, so you choose your level and travel accordingly.
There are some great short treks in the Pokhara region, which will not eat away at too much of your flying time, but will get you into the heart of the Annapurnas, and amongst some of the grandest scenery on earth. If you can spare 6 or 7 days, you could even trek to Annapurna Base Camp - probably the finest short trek in Nepal.
There are some banging mountain bikes routes in Nepal, many of which start or end in Pokhara. On top of demanding trails and epic saddle time, you get to explore parts of the country that are rarely visited. Couple this with Nepal’s unforgettable scenery, we reckon that the mountain biking here is world class. From riding in cold mountain & wilderness environments with steep technical descents & gnarly roots to lush lowland riding through forested single-track & charming villages - there is plenty to choose from.
Our all-time favourite is the Kali Gandaki XC route, which involves loading your bike onto a plane and flying into Jomsom at 2,800m, then spending the next 3 days cruising down through beautiful and varied terrain back into Pokhara. An absolute gem of a ride!
It is no surprise that Nepal is a favourite destination for white water enthusiasts, with some of the finest river running in the world. From convenient ½ day excursions to full on 12 day river expeditions, the possibilities are limitless. From Pokhara, there are a handful of great rivers on tap, in particular the Seti River. The best times of the year for rafting or kayaking are in the autumn and spring, when river volumes are higher and the water is a little warmer.
It is possible to combine river and wildlife safari packages. For two days, you raft your way out of the mountains and into the pristine jungles of the Terai. You then spend 2 days on elephant back, jeep and foot exploring this beautiful part of Nepal.
And then there is canyoning - where you climb, abseil, jump, scramble, slide & swim down steep canyon walls to pristine pools below.
There are currently 33 peaks in Nepal that are classified as 'Trekking Peaks', providing a wide range of technical difficulty. In recent years, it has become considerably easier to plan a trekking peak, as the application process has been streamlined. It is fair to say that the climbing / advanced trekking in Nepal is world class, attracting climbers from all over the world year after year.
You may well have heard of Babu Sunawar Sherpa's recent exploits in launching tandem from Mount Everest, and them thermalling up above the summit? Well you may not have the funds to afford an Everest permit yourself, but if you're keen to climb a mountain and then fly off it, get in touch with us as we have plenty of experience in mounting expeditions to some incredible launch spots in the high Himalaya.
Click here for a peek at photos from our latest expedition to Mera Peak (6,461m)
Nepal has sixteen National Parks, Wildlife Reserves and Conservation Areas, occupying 16% of its total geographical area. Ranging from beautiful sub-tropical rainforests to delicate alpine ecosystems, a trip to Nepal is incomplete if you have not explored one of these unique environments. While the mountains of the north boast some of the highest and most magnificent peaks in the world, the tropical jungles of the Terai, on the southern border with India, still preserve some of the best wildlife habitats on the subcontinent.
There are resorts and lodges catering to all tastes and budgets in Chitwan National Park - the most popular wildlife park in Nepal. Getting there from Pokhara takes about 4 hours by road or 2 days in a raft. It can be hot in the Terai in the autumn and spring months, and can be a welcome warm break if you've been in the mountains for a while.