Nepal offers lots of adventurous and interesting activities for an ideal vacation. Two British citizen Michael and Jacqueline made the most out of their visit in Nepal during late 2012. It looked like they were well prepared with the list of things to do in Nepal.They began with the sightseeing tour around the heritage city Kathmandu exploring the UNESCO heritage sites like Pashupatinath, Boudhanath and Patan Durbar Square. They had the rafting excursion down the fast flowing Trishuli River to the Royal Beach Camp. At the beach camp they had the memorable experience of canyoning. Next, they had the wildlife encounters at the Chitwan National Park during the wildlife safari there. From there, they headed towards their trekking journey. Along the mesmerizing rhododendron forest on the foothills of great Annapurna region, they trekked for five days. During the trek the Britishers ventured through the culturally rich village like Ghandruk and the panoramic hilltop Poonhill for the glorious views of mega mountains like Dhaulagiri, Annapurna, Nilgiri and Fishtail. After, the trek the next adventure took place at Pokhara. They had the paragliding excitement down to the exotic city from the Sarangkot hilltop. After, the paragliding session they had the sightseeing tour around the city of lakes and caves; Pokhara. From Pokhara they flew back to Kathmandu and headed towards the next hill-station Nagarkot. Nagarkot offers the mind-blowing views during the sunset and sunrise as well as the dazzling mountain views of the Sagarmatha region. They fulfilled their desire of biking experience on the twisty roads of Nepal during their drive from Nagarkot to Dhulikhel and then back to Kathmandu. Though they flew to Varanasi, India on December 9, Explore Himalaya was still with them. They had the sunset and sunrise boating in the holy Ganges and then set off to explore around India.
We work with the motto "Tourism for Development". Explore Himalaya Community Service Project was conceived to empower underprivileged segments of Nepal.