Island Peak Climbing – 22 Days

Island Peak was the name given to the mountain in 1952 by Eric Shipton’s party who thought it to be reminiscent of an island in a sea of ice. It is also known by its Nepali name of Imja Tse.

We start from Lukla and trek slowly up the Dudh Kosi valley and after a trip to Everest Base Camp we branch off to Chukkung and then onto Island Peak Base Camp and prepare for the ascent.

The mountain is an extension of Lhotse Shar, and is located between the Lhotse and Imja glaciers, standing at 6189m.

Rough Riding Below Mount Kanchenjunga – 11 days

Cycling southeast from Taplejung on a combination of dirt and paved roads, down to the Indian border town of Charali, our route climbs, descends, twists and turns its way through a part of Nepal seen by very few tourists, and even fewer have seen it the way we are doing it.
After flying from Kathmandu to Taplejung via Biratnagar, the first four days are spent making our way south through picturesque villages and golden fields of rice and wheat to our highest camp on the Pauwa Pass, from where there are spectacular views stretching from Kanchenjunga to Mt Everest. From the pass, it’s a two-day ride through the tea plantations of Ilam [Nepal’s tea growing capital] to the warm plains of the Terai. We spend a day in Ilam to relax or to go exploring in the tea garden on and off the bike. The Terai with its colourful bazaars, fields of tea, fruits and vegetables and the ever smiling faces of the Nepalese. This area is completely unspoiled, with hardly any Westerners passing through – let alone mountain bikers. In only the first five days we cover around 240 km, with an awesome 5000m of ascent and even more awesome 7800m of descent.

Kathmandu & Pokhara Mountain Bike Tour – 10 Days

Mountain biking tour is one of the exciting adventurous sports, as you will be able to explore the virgin corner of the country from urban areas to the remote parts alongside of crisscross roads. There are ample of tracks out there alongside of terraced fields in the villages and jungle, through the settlement of various ethnic groups and cross the dazzling hills from where you will have amazing views of range of majestic mountains, incredible landscapes, unique lifestyles of various ethnic group whereby you can relish yourself with the local food, local culture, rituals and many more. You will be mesmerized while having mountain biking tour either within Kathmandu valley or any other parts of the country.

A 10 days trip of biking through one of the most scenic country sides of Nepal. Starting from Kathmandu, we enter the historical district of Nuwakot where we visit the ancient palaces and temples and meet the friendly Tamang people who rely mostly on farming. Beautiful river crossings and riding through goat trails with magnificent views of Annapurna mountains range. We then explore the scenic and beautiful lakeside city of Pokhara.

Biking in Kathmandu – 05 Days

For mountain bikers looking for a peaceful ride, the road leading from Bhaktapur to Dhulikhel, a hill resort 32 km east of Kathmandu, is simply terrific. The highway hardly sees any traffic and the view is magnificent. Dhulikhel can also be approached from Banepa, 4 km east of Dhulikhel, and Nala, 4 km northwest of Banepa. Further hiking to Panauti, three hours south of Dhulikhel, is possible. A day’s walk to Namobuddha is also a lot of fun.

Biking Around Kathmandu Valley – 8 days

This is a 5-day biking trip on the ridge-top trails which encircle the Valley’s rim. We travel along little-used dirt roads away from the hustle and bustle of the city. Only a short bike ride away lies a delightful world of wooded slopes, small villages, hidden temples and the views which include all of the principal peaks of the Nepal Himalaya – from Makalu to the Annapurna providing some excellent, easy to semi – technical single track riding along old jeep roads. During these five days we will experience all of the sights, sounds, tastes and smells that make up life in Nepal’s ‘Middle Hills’. We will visit the historic cities of Patan and Bhaktpur, hill resort of Nagarkot with its sunrise view of the entire Nepal Himalaya and the temples, monasteries and picturesque villages tucked away in the forests along the way. We are so close to the bustle of Kathmandu, but so far off the beaten tourist trail.

With the mornings spent cycling above a sea of clouds, it would not be an exaggeration to call this a heaven for mountain bikers! Throughout the trip, support vehicles carrying all our gear will either follow behind us or be with us at the end of the day. Whether you ride for fun, or take it more seriously, challenges lie around every corner.

Annapurna Circuit by Mountain Bike – 19 Days

This extraordinary bike trip takes you to some of the most beautiful places in the world. There are lowland villages, dense oak forests, deep gorges, lovely isolated hamlets, and the mighty high mountains with inhabitant of friendly people, awesome cultures, lavishly adorned monasteries, wild flowers, animals and birds.

Annapurna Circuit Bike Tour even more special with a side trip to Tilicho Lake –it is the World’s highest located fresh water lake, we visit simply for its beauty. We start biking from lowland paddy fields, steadily gain altitude as we pass through oak and pine forests that eventually give way to the high desert country at Manang (3579m) and the descent is equally amazing and varied. Strenuous biking is well rewarded at both low and high altitudes, on the approach to the Thorung-La (5416m).

This tour provides everything that makes a Mountain bike adventure, a lot of single trails, a couple of strait forward but long climbs and last but not least two long thrilling downhill rides on tarmac.

The best season for this trip is from September to December and March to June. This trip is not recommended for beginners as well as for ‘luxury seekers’!

Golfing in Nepal – 11 Days

Golfing is one of the fascinating games now in Nepal and is golfing lover destination. There are several golf courses in Nepal. Recently, one of the high-altitude amazing golf course “Mustang” has been established and ofcouse in Chitwan as well. For centuries ago, golf is unknown for most of the Nepalese society now it is well verse among the Nepali elite families but it did not take too long for it to turn into a professional sport for many.

Nepal organizes series of championships on its golf courses every year designed by world-class designers.

Golf Rates (subject to change):
Green Fee (Visitors):
Weekends & Public Holidays: USD 72.00 (per person)
Other Days (Weekdays): USD 58.00 (per person)
(For an entire day)
Golf Club Hire: USD 18.00 (per set of clubs)
Golf Shoes Hire: USD 08.00 (per pair)
Caddy Fee: USD 08.00 (for 18 holes)
Caddy Fee: USD 07.00 (for 9 holes)
Ball Boy Fee: USD 06.00 (for 18 holes)
Ball Boy Fee: USD 05.00 (for 9 holes)
Cart Hire: USD 22.00 (for 18 holes)
Cart Hire: USD 15.00 (for 9 holes)

(For 18 holes only)
Unused Golf balls: USD 09.00-USD 22.00/3 balls per sleeve
Used Balls: USD 01- USD 02.00 per ball
Gloves: USD 12.00- USD 18.00
Tees: USD 01-USD 02.00

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Photography Tours – 10 Days

Nepal is one of the best place in the world for photography for its landscape, stunning views of the mountains and Himalayas. On the another note, beside Himalayas Nepal is also reach for its wildlife photography in Chitwan, you can have the glimpses of Royal Bangle Tiger and one horned rhinoceros which is Asia’s unique treasure and is only the creature which is still exist in this world. Nepal is also rich in ancient historical and UNESCO heritage sites. Stroll through ancient bazaars and medieval palace squares, explore ancient Newari villages which are living museums and shrines of the local deities. Visit Pokhara, a beautiful scenic lake town where nature is amplified with the views of majestic peaks, clean water lakes with boating and canoeing thrills at your service. Witness some natural wonders of nature in waterfalls and gorges and magical dawns that light up the sky and the snowy Himalayan spires in hues of the rising sun. Capture these magical vistas and wonderful landscapes in your camera. Yes, discover the wonders of Nepal – a country blessed with natural beauty and rich cultural history.

Bardia National Park – 7 Days

The Royal Bardia National Park was initially a Royal hunting reserve. It was in 1976 that it was gazette as Royal Karnali Wildlife Reserve with an area of only 368 sq. KM in 1982, It was renamed as Royal Bardia Wildlife Reserve Which also included the Babai River Valley. It was only in 1988 that is was granted a status of National Park in order to preserve the dwindling species of rare ecosystem, including flora and fauna, particularly the tiger and its other prey species. This park is the largest and most undisturbed wilderness area in the terai [providing excellent habitat for most of the endangered species of wildlife and birds. The park now covers an area of 968 sq. KM. It was only 1994 basic facilities existed for independent visitors. It has extensive and varied wildlife-all endangered rhinoceros, Wild elephants, The Royal Bengal Tiger, Swamp deer, Black buck, Gharial Crocodile, Gangetic Dolphins.

More than thirty different mammals, over 400 species of birds, many snakes, lizards, and fish have been sighted and recorded in the park’s forest, grassland and river habitats.

Among these include, Langur monkey, common leopard, Jungle cat, fishing at, large and small Indian civets, mongoose, hyena, wild dog, jackal. Sloth bear, otter, porcupine, bandicoots, blue bull (Nilgai), Sambar deer, hog deer, barking dear, wild boar etc. This park is one of the best place to view the most magnificent of cats, The Royal Bengal Tigers. The chances are almost 80% depending on season.

Bardia National Park – 4 Days

The Royal Bardia National Park was initially a Royal hunting reserve. It was in 1976 that it was gazette as Royal Karnali Wildlife Reserve with an area of only 368 sq. KM in 1982, It was renamed as Royal Bardia Wildlife Reserve Which also included the Babai River Valley. It was only in 1988 that is was granted a status of National Park in order to preserve the dwindling species of rare ecosystem, including flora and fauna, particularly the tiger and its other prey species. This park is the largest and most undisturbed wilderness area in the terai providing excellent habitat for most of the endangered species of wildlife and birds. The park now covers an area of 968 sq. KM. It was only 1994 basic facilities existed for independent visitors. It has extensive and varied wildlife-all endangered rhinoceros, Wild elephants, The Royal Bengal Tiger, Swamp deer, Black buck, Gharial Crocodile, Gangetic Dolphins.

More than thirty different mammals, over 400 species of birds, many snakes, lizards, and fish have been sighted and recorded in the park’s forest, grassland and river habitats.

Among these include, Langur monkey, common leopard, Jungle cat, fishing at, large and small Indian civets, mongoose, hyena, wild dog, jackal. Sloth bear, otter, porcupine, bandicoots, blue bull (Nilgai), Sambar deer, hog deer, barking dear, wild boar etc. This park is one of the best place to view the most magnificent of cats, The Royal Bengal Tigers. The chances are almost 80% depending on season.