Nepal

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Flat river plains in the south, high mountain ranges in the north

Seasonal with geographic variation; monsoon rain Jun-Sep. North has cool summers and severe winters, South has tropical summers and mild winter

Explore Nepal

Namaste! Welcome to the Himalayan Kingdom. Within the small area of Nepal there is the greatest range of altitude on earth, from the Terai lowlands, only 100m above sea level to the summit of Mount Everest at 8,848m. Hiking in the Himalayas has to be an ultimate draw to Nepal and with some of the best mountaineering support crews on the planet – from Sherpas to chefs, welcoming Nepalese culture is bound to sweep you away.

Don’t miss out on everything else Nepal has to offer on expedition, from white water rapids and wildlife adventures to your engagement with communities driving improvements in their local schools. Oh, and our favourite, the momo – delicious little steamed dumpling snacks.

Find out what’s involved from now until your departure

You can choose:

Trekking

A community project

Adrenaline activities

Culture highlights

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What happens on expedition

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Traverse the Himalayas

Admire the magic of the snowy peaks of the Himalayas by foot. Weave yourself up into the breath-taking Himalayan range and experience true mountain life. Supported by a full crew of Sherpas, guides and cooks, you are set for success on your chosen trail.

Spot a rhino

Head to Chitwan National Park in the Terai lowlands for the chance to spot wildlife like deer and monkeys. You’d be blessed to see the extremely rare Bengal tiger and lucky to see wild elephants and leopards, but you’ve definitely got a chance seeing the rare one-horned rhino! Take a dugout boat down the Narayani River to see crocodiles.

Paddle fast!

Get the adrenaline pumping in white water rapids down the Trisuli River through scenic valleys, terraced rice fields and impressive gorges. Legend has it that the God Shiva drove his trident in the ground to create three springs – the source of the river, hence its name tri-suli.

Meet the Mother and Child Foundation

Get the adrenaline pumping in white water rapids down the Trisuli River through scenic valleys, terraced rice fields and impressive gorges. Legend has it that the God Shiva drove his trident in the ground to create three springs – the source of the river, hence its name tri-suli.

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"It was a once in a lifetime experience and one I’ll never forget – absolutely incredible!”"
Emmeline - Challenger