Multi Adventure Tour

Embark on a thrilling multi-adventure tour that spans across the vibrant landscapes of Nepal, offering a rich tapestry of experiences through trekking, rafting, urban exploration, paragliding, and a jungle safari. The adventure begins with your arrival at Tribhuvan International Airport in Kathmandu, a city that serves as the gateway to the country’s diverse regions. Connectivity is seamless with major cellular carriers like Ncell and Nepal Telecom providing reliable service throughout your stay.

Your adventure tour takes you first through the bustling streets of Kathmandu, where you’ll explore ancient temples, bustling markets, and historic landmarks. The city’s compact size means you’ll cover about 30-40 km during your tour, making it easy to soak in its rich culture and history within a day. The urban exploration is enhanced by WiFi availability in most tourist areas and accommodations.

Next, you drive approximately 200 km to Pokhara, a journey that includes an exhilarating rafting experience on the Trishuli River. The drive takes about 6-7 hours, with the rafting adventure adding a few more hours of thrill as you navigate serene gorges and cascading waters. Pokhara, known as the haven of lakes, welcomes you with its iconic Phewa Lake and the sacred Barahi Temple, accessible only by boat. The city’s vibrant landscape, dotted with monuments, museums, and caves, offers plenty of WiFi hotspots and robust cellular coverage.

From Pokhara, a trek to the enchanting hills of Dhampus awaits. This trek covers about 20 km over two days, offering mesmerizing views of radiant blooms and the majestic Annapurna Himalayan range. The trek is followed by another 15 km trek to Sarangkot, a vantage point known for its breathtaking sunrise views. The early morning light touching the peaks of the Annapurna range is a sight to behold, and paragliding from Sarangkot provides a bird’s-eye view of Pokhara’s beauty, making for an unforgettable experience.

Continuing your adventure tour, a drive of approximately 150 km takes you to Chitwan National Park, a UNESCO World Heritage site celebrated for its biodiversity. The drive takes around 5-6 hours, and the park offers a thrilling jeep safari. This safari brings you face-to-face with wildlife such as the one-horned rhinoceros, deer, monkeys, and possibly even the majestic royal Bengal tiger. The park’s cellular connectivity is decent, ensuring you can stay connected even in the heart of the jungle.

After your adventures in Chitwan, you drive back to Kathmandu, a journey of around 170 km that takes about 5-6 hours. This final leg of your adventure tour allows you to reflect on the incredible experiences you’ve had across Nepal’s diverse landscapes. The trip culminates with your departure from Tribhuvan International Airport, leaving you with memories of a lifetime.

Hindu Pilgrim Tour

Nestled within its landlocked borders, Nepal boasts a rich tapestry of topographical diversity. Across its varied terrain, diverse communities uphold unique practices of religion, lifestyle, language, culture, and tradition.

With over eighty percent of its populace adhering to Hinduism, Nepal stands as a bastion of Hindu faith. Renowned worldwide, the country’s abundance of temples and Hindu shrines, particularly in its capital city Kathmandu, has earned it the moniker “City of Temples.” A pilgrimage tour through Nepal offers a profound exploration of Hinduism’s sacred sites, including the revered Pashupatinath Temple, nestled along the banks of the holy Bagmati River.

Among the most revered temples is Muktinath, situated in Mustang district. This sacred site draws Hindu pilgrims from far and wide, with trekkers descending upon it after traversing the challenging Thorong La pass. Notably, in 2018, the Indian Prime Minister paid homage to this revered temple. Likewise, the Manakamana Temple in Gorkha district, dedicated to the Goddess, holds deep spiritual significance, with devotees believing that prayers offered here fulfill their deepest desires.

As the world’s oldest living religion, Hinduism finds its most fervent practitioners in Nepal and India. Unlike other faiths, Hinduism lacks a single founder or scriptural authority. Instead, its rich tapestry is woven with the teachings of numerous revered figures who imparted diverse philosophies and authored spiritual texts. With its roots tracing back through millennia, Hinduism’s teachings continue to resonate in modern times, providing profound insights into the human condition. According to Hindu mythology, humanity has traversed through three epochs, or Yugas, with the present era being the Kali Yuga.

Central to Hindu belief is the concept of reincarnation, driven by the immutable law of Karma. This Sanskrit term denotes the consequences of one’s actions, whether virtuous acts aligned with Dharma or transgressions against it. Thus, embarking on a Hindu pilgrim tour is a spiritual odyssey, encompassing a journey to the heart of Hinduism’s most sacred shrines.