Travel from Kathmandu Valley to the Trisuli river.
Capture the spirit of Nepal on this 10-day journey, beginning and ending in the country’s vibrant capital. Trek through changing landscapes up to the holy Buddhist site, Namobuddha, visit the beautiful Thrangu Tashi Yangtze Monastery and feel the thrill of rafting down the river Trisuli. This is a journey rich in history, culture, dazzling landscapes and wild adventure.
TRIP CHANGES FOR 2018:
Due to extensive road construction and safety concerns regarding driving conditions, from 1st January 2018 we will unfortunately no longer be able to visit Nuwakot and will instead stay in Pataleban. See itinerary for more details.
This trip has plenty of variety to enable you to experience all aspects of the country:, from religious sights, hiking to stunning viewpoints, exploring ancient trading towns and white water rafting.
The wonderful, warm, welcoming people of Nepal are one of the reasons travellers tend to return to this fascinating country again and again.
Witness the resilience of Nepal following the devastating earthquake of 2015 and see how the country is rebuilding itself on walking tours of Kathmandu and Bhaktapur.
Stay in lesser known places such as Namobuddha and Balthali and discover these hidden gems far removed from the bustle of the capital.
There are some long travel days on roads that seem to be permanently under construction. What looks like a short distance on a map can take an unexplainably long time to complete. Plenty of patience (and maybe some good podcasts at the ready) will go a long way toward your enjoyment of the journey.
This trip does not go to high altitude, so if you were hesitant to explore Nepal because for this reason you should have little trouble acclimatising on this tour.
As there as an included rafting activity, please speak to your leader in advance if you are not a confident swimmer. There is also the option to sit out this activity and instead spend time at the campsite.
While at the Trisuli river we have an included night of camping. This is at a permanent campsite where tents, mats and sleeping bags provided and toilet facilities are basic.
Outside of the main towns Nepal can be a quiet place, with few "tourist" attractions and options for organised activities. There is plenty of time for your own exploration or relaxation. Don't expect each day to be action packed, but be ready to seek out your own, more simple cultural experiences.
As we stay in some locations where there are few options for eating out, some meals may be set menus rather than being able to choose from a variety of options.
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1. A single supplement is available to purchase and is valid for all nights on trip.
Our Experience Nepal trips score an average of 4.81 out of 5 based on 73 reviews in the last year.
Small groups enable you to access special places with new friends
Review submitted 07 Feb 2018
I loved this trip and I loved Nepal. Hopefully I come back for another trip. The tour was rich in variety. Sightseeing, visiting villages, hiking and rafting, but also always enough time for doing something on your own. The other people in the group were super nice and our tourguide did an amazing job.
Review submitted 15 Jan 2018