An Australian family Mr. Colin Waters, Ms. Naomi Joy Waters, Mr. Tate Johan Waters and Mr. John Eamon Waters discovered the tour package to Nepal and Bhutan in our website. Explore Himalaya was all prepared to deliver the best. Waters family arrived Kathmandu on October 28. Waters family wanted the best and possibly the most out of this tour.
Where David fell and was never found- Myth on Davisfall, Pokhara.
They utilized their vacation in Nepal experiencing many things. They had sightseeing around Kathmandu and Pokhara. They enjoyed a week long trek to Poonhill 3134m. They experienced the thrilling raft in Trishuli River. They were at Chitwan for the wild life Safari. They even had the mountain flight to EBC.
Almost to Poonhill.
Rafting in Nepal.
The Waters family flew to Paro, Bhutan on November 11. Their 7 days tour to Bhutan included the sightseeing tour around Paro, capital city Thimpu and Phunakha. They also experienced the religious sites with two days of excursion to Gangtey Gompa and Taktsang Monastery in Bhutan.
Tiger Nest or Taktsang Monastery, Bhutan.
Colin Waters and the entire family made some beautiful comments on the tour arranged by Explore Himalaya.
“Meeting and handling was very efficient and we never had to wait.”
“Trek was great. Guide and the supporting staffs especially Megh and Raju were very informative. They always came with the best services. Meals were always more than enough and had the great variety. Though the services in the camp and the lodges were basic but were adequate.”
Bhutanese kids in their unique dress.
“Friday and Saturday nights the hotels were bit noisy because of the musical bands and was understandable. We were not bothered. Transportation was always good in the well maintained cars.”
“Above all, our itinerary was perfect and we have had a great time in Nepal and Bhutan with Explore Himalaya. Thank you so much.”
Wild life in Chitwan.
Pics : Explore Himalaya.
If your family is planning for family vacation in Nepal and around, Explore Himalaya arranges the best vacation for you family.
The meeting and handling was excellent. Everything worked! Good tents and facilities (dining & toilet tents). For young mountaineers I suggest an extra day/camp between Kyangjin Gompa and High Camp, some where around 4,400m.