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Mountains, Rivers and Temples

Dream trip to Mardi and Rafting



16 Days


  • Breakfast
  • Lunch
  • Dinner


  • 3-Star hotel in Kathmandu
  • tea house/lodge during trek


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Optimal Season

February, March, April, May, September, October, November, December


Flight, Car, tourist Bus

Daily Activity

5-7 Hours

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Salbin Basnet

Kathmandu, Nepal +977 9851102825


An exhilarating adventure of breathtaking views at over 5,000m; soaring through the air as youglide in Himalayan thermals; and negotiating the 3+/4 graded rapids in the holy river of KaliGandaki.We have teamed this action-packed adventure with exploring the ancient cities of Nepalwiththeir magnificent temples andtraditions.

Exploring through the narrow bustling streets of Kathmandu is the start of our adventure as wemarvel at the ancient architecture and observe the venerable traditions.Leaving the magnificentancient cities behind we head to the mountains. Our route to Mardi Himal, the long rising ridge anditssummit(5,588m)thatformsthesouthwesterlyslopeofMountMachhapuchhre, takes us through forests and above the tree lines to enter the wilderness territory as we go beyond4,500m, where the great ice fields and blue glaciers of Annapurna Base Camp lie below.Around us,inanarcfromeasttowest,areadozenormoreglisteningsnow-­‐cappedgiantswithAnnapurnaI being the highest of them all -­‐ a view that is almost impossible to equal. Conquering this wildernessterritory and the incredible proximity of 5 of the highest mountains in the world leaves one feelingthey have explored.Our adventure continues at height as we paraglide in the Himalayan thermalsbefore heading over 60km downriver for non-­‐stop adrenaline-filled rapids through one of the world’sdeepestrivercanyons between the Annapurna Range and Mount Dhaulagiri.

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  • The artistic and architectural traditions of Nepal’s temples in the ancient cities that are now UNESCO World Heritage Sites
  • Vantage points above 4,500m where there are the most incredible close-­‐up mountain views
  • Wilderness experience in a less explored area
  • Pristine traditional villages following centuries-old farming methods
  • Paragliding with a birds-­‐eye view of the Annapurna Range and Pokhara
  • White-­‐water rafting in one of the world’s deepest canyons with turbulent rapids that exude adrenaline rushes and is set in the most peaceful, breathtaking scenery