Ms. Rachel Hacker from USA had the chilling vacation with Explore Himalaya this spring from March 5 to March 14. The major segment of her holiday involved wet and wild activities at Trishuli River and Chitwan National Park.
Her trip began with the sightseeing tours around Kathmandu. Kathmandu is a heritage city offering countless prehistoric shrines, courtyards, palaces and luring wooden and metallic carved statues and figurines within these monumental edifices. Ms. Rachel spent three days at Royal Beach Camp for the thrilling river activities. She rushed with the furious white water of Trishuli during the hair-raising rafting adventure at Trishuli. Her wet adventure continued with kayaking and cannoning at Trishuli River.
She was well dried but the memories of wet adventure were still exciting her as she entered Chitwan National Park for the wildlife adventure. The park listed under UNESCO World Heritage Site for wildlife conservation offers the most unique way to penetrate the opaque woods. Staying on a back of giant Asian Elephant to venture deeper into the widespread woods is thrilling enough. Moreover, to witness the rarest animals in the wild add more thrill to the wildlife safari.
The latter part of her trip brought her to exotic hilltop- Nagarkot. Here, she witnessed the natural delights rather than adventurous activities. The glorious views of sparking Himalayan giants during the sunrise from Nagarkot provided her the different insight regarding Nepal. Finally she cycled downhill to Dulikhel from where she was escorted back to Kathmandu and she departed Nepal on March 14, 2013.
We work with the motto "Tourism for Development". Explore Himalaya Community Service Project was conceived to empower underprivileged segments of Nepal.