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Nepali adventures

Mountain views are calling, valleys beckoning, and remote villages waiting to welcome and inspire you. Getting away from the tourist trail - and immersing yourself in the country’s more tranquil places - is a must in Nepal, but it’s going to take a little adventure to reach…

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Embark on a private trek along lesser-visited tracks, navigate the currents of gushing rivers in a raft, bike through forests and distant villages to watch sunsets over serene lakes, or take to the sky in a paraglider for a clear view of the distant peaks.

These are just some of the ways to combine a rush of adrenaline with the exhilarating Nepali mountainscapes:

Tranquil trekking

Trekking is a very personal experience, which is why we offer private treks tailored to your preferences. We guide you away from the busiest routes, usually exploring the lesser-traversed Modi River Valley, near Pokhara. 

Here are some of our favourite options to inspire you:

Peaceful and scenic

The Modi Valley trek (2 - 6 days) takes you on a gentle hike through traditional Gurung and Magar villages, set among terraced fields and framed by the Annapurna and Dhaulagiri mountain ranges. Stay in comfort at your choice of combination of the six Mountain Lodges of Nepal that create a circuit of easy day walks.

Challenging adventure

The Pikey Peak trek (4-5 days) summits one of the highest hills in the Solu region to offer you Edmund Hilarey’s favourite view of Everest. You will trek through dense rhododendron forests, past the Thubten Choling Monastery, and through remote Sherpa villages.

Cultural experience

The Bandipur trek (1 day) is a short and relatively gentle walk through the beautiful town and surrounds of Bandipur. It combines views of the Himalayan range and Marsyangdi Valley with traditional Newari architecture and culture.

Why hike when you can bike?

There is no end of world-class biking trails in Nepal - mainly centred on the downhill thrills near Phaplu - but these are suited to more experienced riders. For those not quite so firmly in the saddle, we can arrange shorter and gentler rides through rural villages and beautiful countryside.

Kickstart your journey on many of these trails while staying in a family home, supporting local families and their community. Explore the old town of Panauti and visit nearby silk farms and orange groves. Cycle around the peaceful village of Barauli and end your day watching the sunset over the Narayani River. Enjoy a lake circuit in Pokhara with trips further afield for views of the peaks from the hilltop village of Sarangkot.

Why float when you can boat?

Those who like their views of the Himalayas accompanied by more than a splash or two of water can ride the rapids in a raft on the Trisuli River.

We recommend combining this with a stay in the eco-friendly Summit River Lodge, whose setting amid 20,000 square feet of beautiful countryside makes a perfect stopover on the journey between Kathmandu and Pokhara. 

Why ride when you can glide?

Sarangkot - near Pokhara - is blessed with the perfect conditions for tandem paragliding, with views over a glistening lake, a lush valley, and the peaks of Annapurna, Machapuchare, and Dhaulagiri. Adrenaline-seekers can get strapped in for an exhilarating shot of scenery.   

We think you may like this journey…


Rhinos & Rhododendrons

Taking an alternative approach to a classic Nepal combination, this journey contrasts the heady and hectic streets of Kathmandu with the open savannah of Chitwan National Park. Slow down to search for tigers and rhinos amid the wilderness, before strapping up your boots for a light trek between two atmospheric lodges in the Himalayan foothills around Pokhara.

Price from: £2,290 US$2,790
Ideal length 11 days
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