Browns at TIA- Ready for the flight of lifetime with the staffs of Explore Himalaya and Fishtail Air
Cultural Tour in Kathmandu, Wildlife Safari in Chitwan National Park and Helicopter Tour to Langtang Valley- what could a visitor in Nepal want during a weeklong vacation? Marjorie Brown and Sam Brown from UK experienced the different charms of Nepal this autumn. Kathmandu, a city a temples and city of carnivals houses seven UNESCO World Heritage Sites and is also a home to Newari ethnics. Festive Kathmandu most of the time celebrates. Chitwan National Park, a dense jungle in the Upper Teria region of Nepal conserves the endangered species like Bengal Tiger, One-horned Rhino and ghariyal crocodile offers the most fascinating Elephant Safari in Asia. Avoiding the roads and flying to Langtang Valley is probably the shortest route to get to the base of the Himalayas.
After the completion of the trip the visitors had to say so many things about their trip and service of Explore Himalaya.
Being in very close contact with the elephants during wildlife safari in Chitwan was the best moment of my trip
Staff, a credit to Explore Himalaya offered outstanding service. Tour guide Indira had vast knowledge of Nepal and Sabin exactly knew the tourist requirements and he was very much sensitive as well. Accommodation throughout the tour was excellent.
There are no words to fully describe the attention to detail you offer. You are first class. It was the trip of a lifetime. Thank you very much.
Brunch time at Kyanjin
The helicopter tour to Kynajin Gompa was incredibly excellent. The stay in Chitwan Tiger Top Safari was also a memorable moment of the trip.
The staff of the company which kept us informed was excellent. Guide, Indira was very informative and knowledgeable.
The customer service of Explore Himalaya is outstanding. Additional cost, the company put in place to make sure we enjoyed our trip fully was impressive. We are very happy to spend our holiday in Nepal with Explore Himalaya.
A very well organized trek. We enjoyed it thoroughly. Whenever we wanted something, Bagbir (the sirdar) answered ‘No problem,’ and really we never faced any problem.
We work with the motto "Tourism for Development". Explore Himalaya Community Service Project was conceived to empower underprivileged segments of Nepal.