A demonstration programme of what could be an adrenaline-filled trip, practising different adventure and nature sports in the Himalayan country. From rafting to paragliding, from mountain biking to canyoning and, of course, a bit of trekking above 5000 metres altitude. Do you dare?
16 days / 15 nights full trip in Nepal (minimum recommended)
Rafting, paragliding, trekking, canyoning and mountain and urban mountain biking.
Medium/high hardness. Medium technical level
Maximum altitude 5416m
English-speaking local guides
Hotel accommodation in Kathmandu and Pokhara
Lodge accommodation and meals during the wilderness activities
Transfers by private vehicle
Minimum group size: 4 travellers
We present you a trip to Nepal full of adrenaline, effort, sport and outdoor activities.
We have a rafting trip on the Trishuli River which, although calm, its water flow makes it a thrilling experience. Two days of mountain biking will take us to the gates of Mustang. Here the ancient Bon religion still permeates the landscape and the spirit of its people. We will climb on foot to Thorung-la, the mythical mountain pass of the Annapurna circuit at 5416 metres altitude, overcoming a difference in altitude of 1700 metres in a single journey.
We will enjoy a MTB thrilling descent to the mythical black river, the Kali Gandaki, to follow its course along what was once the real commercial highway between Tibet and India. A hot spring will repair our body from the effort, before facing two hard days, first to climb Ghorepani and Poon Hill with its amazing views over the white mountain range. Then down to Nayapul and Pokhara where we can now relax with a tandem paragliding, with a spectacular view of Phewa Lake, the Lakeside quarter and the Himalayas on the horizon.
We move east again to approach the Tibetan border along the Friendship Road. Here we have a day of canyoning to refresh ourselves and a much more thrilling and spectacular rafting trip than on the first day.
Finally, the icing on the cake: a day’s cycling through Kathmandu. Yes, perhaps the most complicated day, but once you get the tricky, the most fun day. Apart from visiting important monuments, we can get into the Kathmandu that few tourists know, at a bike pace, at street level, through narrow, noisy, dusty streets, full of potholes, people, cars, motorbikes, dogs, chickens and cows.
This is our challenge, do you dare?
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