Culture with rafting in trisuli river
Nepal Adventure Tour starts with a visit to the UNESCO World Heritage Sites of Nepal, such as, Pashupatinath Temple, Boudanath Stupa, and Bhaktapur Durbar Square. The temple was established prior to 400 A.D., the stupa is one of the largest stupas of the world, and the square exhibits spectacular Nepalese Newari Architecture, which is seen by a high number of tourists every year.
After acquainting with the UNESCO World Heritage Sites through your city guide, you go for rafting in the Trishuli River, one of the wildest rivers of Nepal, whose water is green, whose rapids are enormous, and whose course snakes through lush valleys and sandy beaches. After enjoying in the waters of the Trishuli River like an adventurer, you head off to Chitwan National Park, another famous UNESCO World Heritage Site of Nepal, which is also the third biggest attraction of Nepal. This UNESCO World Heritage Site is a home to 43 species of mammals and 543 species of birds. The mammals include one-horned rhino and Royal Bengal Tigers, and these tigers fall in the category of the endangered species. In this UNESCO World Heritage Site, you ride on elephant’s back, watch birds, walk in jungle, and look at Gharial crocodile from a distance, which is completely different from the Nile crocodile.
From the best of the jungle adventure, Nepal Adventure Tour takes you to Pokhara, the City of Lakes and the second largest city of Nepal. The city abounds with the natural attractions to the tourists, namely Seti River Gorge, Devi’s Fall, Gupteshore Mahadev Cave, Phewa Lake, including Barahi Temple, Tibetan Refugee Camp, and museums. In the camp, beautiful handicrafts are available; buying one of them will be the Nepalese sovereign to you. Besides these, Pokhara has the best viewpoint to see the sunrise and sunset over the snowcapped mountains, such as Annapurna, Dhaulagiri, and Machhapuchre. Nepal Adventure Tour concludes with Biking around the Kathmandu Valley, one of the renowned and biggest valleys of Asia..
- Day 01-Arrival at the Tribuwan International Airport in Kathmandu (1,345m). Overnight at a hotel.
- Day 02– Pre-trip meeting and sightseeing around the Kathmandu valley and Drive to Nagarkot. Overnight at a hotel.
- Day 03 – Trek to Bhaktapur, visit Changunarayan Temple and drive back to Kathmandu.Overnight at Hotel.
- Day 04– Early Morining Trive to Trishuli river for first day of Rafting. Over night in hotel
- Day 05– Second day of rafting and drive to Chitwan. Overnight at Resort.
- Day 06– Activities in the Chitwan National Park. Overnight at Resort in Chitwan.
- Day 07– Drive from Chitwan to Pokhara, leisure time in the afternoon at Pokhara. Overnight at Hotel.
- Day 08– Guided Sightseeing tour in pokhara and free time in the evening.
- Day 09– 6 hours drive back to kathmandu on tourist vehicle. Free time in the Evening. Overnight in Hotel.
- Day 10– sighrseeing bugmati and khokana Farewell Dinner in the Evening. Overnight at Hotel.
- Day 11– Transfer to airport for your final departure
- Overnight with Breakfast in all hotels (B&B Plan).
- Overnight in Chitwan with Full board including Jungle Activities.
- Entrance Fees to City and Monuments and National Park Entry Fees.
- Sightseeing tour in kathmandu & Pokhara with guide
- All Transfer and Sightseeing by private Vehicle.
- Insurance coverage for guide and driver.
- English speaking guide(Possibility of German speaking guide).
- Nepal Visa Fees.
- Lunch and Dinner in Kathmandu and Pokhara.
- Beverage and expenses of personal nature
- Personal Travel insurance
- Any cost occurred due to landslide, political disorder or natural calamities, flight cancellation or any unforeseen reason, etc.
- Any cost items not mentioned in cost includes clause
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- We require you to send a copy of each person’s passport and a passport size photo by email to our Kathmandu office which will be used to issue permits in advance for trekking, climbing and other adventure activities.
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Health & Fitness
- All our Nepal tours and treks require a degree of fitness; therefore you should always check with your local GP regarding your health and fitness before you travel. It’s the client’s responsibility to notify SUMMIT REISEN NEPAL of any pre-existing medical conditions and/or disability that may affect your ability to travel on your desired trip.
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- Traveling with SUMMIT REISEN NEPAL requires a degree of flexibility, good humor and an understanding that modes of transport, accommodation and itineraries may change, even after the tour has commenced, without prior notice due to local circumstances such as flight delay, cancellation or postponement due to extreme weather in the Himalayan regions or other unpredictable circumstances such as land-slides, road blockage, floods, snow, political unrest etc. SUMMIT REISEN NEPAL is unable to refund any money under the above circumstances due to prior supplier arrangements. If possible, we will always endeavor to provide you an alternative or substitute trip of the similar variety.
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Our Responsible Tourism Policy
- SUMMIT REISEN NEPAL is re-inventing tourism for the benefit of local people, tourists, environment and the tourism industry at large.
- Should you have a complaint about the trip or tour, you must make it known to a tour leader or guide at the earliest opportunity so we can take appropriate action.
The equipment and clothing you require depends on where and when you trek. Of course, you will not need the same equipment for going up to the Everest Base Camp in the middle of winter and doing a short, low altitude trek.
- One backpack to be carried by the porter with a large plastic bag to put inside the backpack in case of rain
- One light day pack
- One warm sleeping bag, especially if you camp. In tea houses, there is no heating in the rooms
- One pair of waterproof broken in trekking shoes
- Three pairs of socks
- One rain coat
- One down-jacket
- One pair of long pants and one pair of short pants
- Three T-shirts, long and short sleeves
- One sweater
- Three pairs of underwear
- One bathing suit (there may be hot springs along the trek)
- One pair of gloves
- One warm hat / one sun hat
- One pair of sunglasses, with good eye protection if you intend to climb glaciers
- And also: head torch with extra batteries, multi-purpose knife, sun tan lotion, towel, soap, toothpaste, toilet paper, a large reusable water bottle, purification drops/tablets to treat the water, medicine (band-aids, blister pads, painkillers, stomach pills, anti-diarrhea tablets, antibiotic, sterile plain and crepe bandages, tube of antiseptic cream, decongestants/antihistamines, throat lozenges, paracetamol or aspirin, camera equipment, binoculars, walking stick
Remember that all this equipment can also be bought or rented in Kathmandu
For Peak Climbing
In Addition To The Equipment Above Referenced, You Will Also Need:
- Climbing boots
- Ice axe
- Ice screws
- Snow bars
- Rock pegs
- Helmet (crash hat)
- Warm climbing trousers
- Waterproof climbing jacket
- Lightweight thermal/ insulated ski gloves
- Down high altitude sleeping bag
- Climbing sunglasses
- Lightweight fleece
- Fleece/wool for climbing
A typical trekking day
A typical day’s walk lasts from five to seven hours and involves a number of ascents and descents. It is rare to spend much time at the same level. On an organized camping trek, the day is run to a remarkably tight schedule: up at 6 am with a cup of tea, pack the gear before breakfast, start walking at 7 am, stop for lunch around 12 o’clock for about half an hour, start after lunch at noon and stop walking at about 3 pm. The dinner is served around 6.30 pm and followed by a briefing for the next trekking day and then it is time to go to sleep.
Please be aware that this time table may be adjusted according to weather conditions, availability of camp sites, water supply etc.
To ensure you will fully enjoy your trek and make the most of it, we also advise you about the following points which should seriously be taken into account:
Food and Water
Lodges and tea houses are carefully chosen by our staff all along the trek. We will make sure that excellent food will be provided to you and that water is boiled or adequately treated, as this is one of the basic rules for healthy trekking. On a camping trek, your only concern with food is sitting down to eat it! The porters carry all the food along with them and there will be a cook with assistants who can turn out meals of often stunning complexity, like baking a cake
Acclimatization is very important for trekking above 3500m. Our trekking schedules have been carefully designed to maximize your ability to acclimatize safely. We ascend slowly and ensure an adequate number of rest days.
However, it is still possible for mountain sickness and your guide will be watching for symptoms with an experienced eye throughout the trip. These symptoms are commonly headache, nausea, lethargy and sometimes breathlessness. If you or any of the group members display any of these symptoms, we will be able to provide informed advice and ensure a proper course of action.
Please make sure that your medical insurance policy will cover a helicopter evacuation if needed since the fee for such an evacuation can amount to US$ 2000.00 per rescue. Please also check the maximum altitude to which you are covered. Sometimes, you have to subscribe a complementary insurance above 4000 m.
First aid kit
Although a first aid kit is provided, we strongly recommend that you take with you the medicine we listed in the equipment check-list as well as your personal medicines as prescribed by your physician
A valid permit is required for certain areas. In order to obtain it (upon your arrival), two working days and two passports size photographs are required.
Everything is included in the price of the trek, except for the purchase of water and soft / hard drinks so we advise you to always carry Nepalese rupees during your trek. The amount to be carried depends on the area and the duration of the trek.
Be A Responsible Trekker And Minimize Your Impact
- Although trekking in the Himalayas plays a vital role in the economy of many mountain areas, it also may have a negative impact which has become a major concern.
- From an ecological point of view, always carry your rubbish with you, drink treated water instead of mineral water in order to reduce the use of plastic bottles.
- Be respectful of the flora and the fauna.
- From a human point of view, please respect Nepalese culture and traditions. It is a good thing before leaving for the trek to have a look at the “Do and Don’t” since an inappropriate behavior, though considered normal in Western countries, could severely shock or hurt local people.
- Do not “steal” pictures and always ask permission from the person before photographing them.
- Please do not give money or sweets to the children directly on your trip, as this encourages them to beg and may contribute to dental problems. If you would like to give something back, you can assist with our charity work by volunteering or giving a donation.
- Cost: € 1355
- Duration: 11 days
- Country Visited: Nepal
- Trip starts in: Kathmandu
- Trip ends in: Kathmandu
- Max Altitude: 1365
- Activity: Tour, Rafting and Jungle activities in Chitwan National Park
- Trip grade:
- Accomodation: Deluxe rooms with Breakfast in all programs except Chitwan National Park
- Transportation: Car, Bus
- Group size: 1-15 pax
- Activity per day: Daily Program around 5 to 6 hours