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Students from around the world visit Nepal to experience the culture, people and natural beauty. Nepal is home to the highest mountains in the world, the Himalayas. In fact, this country is paradise for the outdoor-type: mountain climbing, trekking and rafting! You can also shop, gamble, go clubbing, and more!

Adventure Nepal for International Student
Do you yearn for travel laced with adventure? This is an action-packed trip full of variety and adventure, featuring challenging treks, river rafting, mountain vistas and ancient kingdoms. So if you fancy heading deep into the jungle, walking among the majestic Himalayas and having a riveting cultural experience to boot, the Nepal Adventure is definitely for you.

Days 1-2 Kathmandu
With monkey temples, living goddesses and markets of every kind, Kathmandu is a legendary city. Climb up to Swayambhunath for fantastic views.

Days 3-5 Kathmandu Valley
Enjoy a taste of the Nepalese countryside. Hike in Kathmandu Valley, through sub-tropical forests and across a softly undulating landscape to Nagarkot's spectacular lookout point. Descend across terraced farmlands to the quaint Nepali town of Bhaktapur.

Day 6 Trisuli River
See Nepal from water-level along the Trisuli River, camping overnight on a river beach.

Day 7 Bandipur
The hilltop village of Bandipur has been largely untouched by tourism and is an excellent opportunity to experience Newari village life.

Day 8 Pokhara
Once part of the trade route between India and Tibet, Pokhara lies in the shadow of the Annapurnas. Prepare for the trek ahead with a morning walk to Sarangkot or a bike ride through the rural landscape.

Days 9-12 Annapurna up Beatent Trek
Head along the road less travelled and enjoy a taste of remote Nepal on trek through the Siklis area. Travel along the Mardi Khola River through the land of the friendly Gurung people before climbing through terraced fields and alpine forests to Tara Top for spectacular views of the ranges. Enjoy a shady descent through rhododendron forests filled with orchids, lichen and moss on the return to Pokhara Valley.

Day 13 Pokhara
Unwind in one of the many cafes, take a boat ride across the lake or pick up some Nepali or Tibetan trinkets in the Old Bazaar.

Days 14-15 Kathmandu
An incredible adventure comes to an end back in Nepal's exciting capital.

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Annapurna Sanctuary
An adventurous trek through the mighty Annapurna range. From ancient kingdoms to majestic mountain vistas, trek for 10 days through the breathtaking Himalayan landscape. Pass awe-inspiring glaciers and stay on the banks of icy rivers, cross mountain pastures and vibrant rhododendron forests, dip into natural hot springs and encounter mule trains taking supplies to remote villages. Rest and revive in cosy mountain teahouses, meeting friendly locals along the way. Time spent in Kathmandu and Pokhara gives you the opportunity to see more of Nepal.

Days 1-2 Kathmandu
Modern and historical, Kathmandu swarms with life and colour. Meet the monkeys while climbing to Swayambhunath, walk around the mammoth Boudhanath Stupa and delve into the magical history of Durbar Square in the Old City.

Day 3 Bhaktapur
The ancient city of Bhaktapur is a haven of intricate temples, grand old palaces and vibrant courtyards. Few cars enter the Old City, so wandering through the paved streets and narrow alleyways it is easy to get a sense of what Kathmandu was like before the modern world came knocking.

Day 4 Pokhara
Temples and palaces are replaced by soaring mountains and glass-like lakes. Once a vibrant trade route between India and Tibet, Pokhara later became a hippy hangout. These days it is the gateway to some of Nepal's greatest treks.

Days 5-14 Annapurna Ranges
Trek through lowland pastures, past peaceful villages, thundering waterfalls and powerful glaciers, surrounded always by unspeakably beautiful mountainscapes. While trekking the Annapurna Sanctuary is challenging, it allows you to experience the Nepalese mountains without the major issues associated with high altitude - the optional trek to the Annapurna base camp (4,130 m) is as high as we go. Staying in basic teahouses operated by the locals offers us the opportunity to learn about the daily lives of the Nepali hill people.

Days 15-16 Pokhara
The final trek is downhill all the way. Back in Pokhara enjoy a well-earned shower and end of trek celebration. There is plenty of time to relax, recover and reminisce.



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Nepal Family Adventure
Temples, jungle, wildlife and timeless mountain views combine for a fantastic family adventure. Discover beautifully preserved palaces, traditional Nepali life and smiling faces. From the buzz of Kathmandu, to a Chitwan canoe ride and mountain trek this is a trip with adventure a-plenty!

Days 1-2 Kathmandu
Chaotic, colourful and culturally rich, Kathmandu is a fascinating mixture of legend and life. Climb to the hilltop 'monkey temple' of Swayambhunath and keep an eye out for the living goddess on a guided walk through the old city to Durbar Square.

Days 3-4 Chitwan National Park
There's an opportunity to try out white water rafting, before heading to the Royal Chitwan National Park. Keep your eyes peeled for deer, monkeys, tigers and a wide array of bird life on an exciting wildlife safari. There are also optional activites, like a visit to the Crocodile Breeding Centre, an elephant ride to spot rhinos or even a trip down the lazy Rapti River in a dugout canoe.

Day 5 Bandipur
The charming ridgetop village of Bandipur is well off the main tourist trails. As a one street town, there's plenty of opportunities to meet the locals. The views of the mountain ranges form a perfect backdrop for a walk through the countryside and there's also time to visit the Bindabasini temple; residence of Bandipur's guardian deity, the goddess Durga. Day 6 Pokhara The Annapurna Ranges and a picturesque lake create a breathtaking setting to this easy-going town. Head for Sarangkot for superb views or cycle to nearby Tibetan villages specialising in traditional crafts.

Day 7 Overnight Trek
Savour the awesome Himalayan views, friendly smiling faces and crisp mountain air on a fully supported trek through the hills. Spend the night camping among the mountains, the perfect opportunity to awake early for a Himalayan sunrise.

Day 8 Pokhara
Celebrate your trekking achievements in Pokhara where you can be as lazy or active as you want. Take a boat out onto the lake, cycle to some nearby Tibetan villages or watch Nepalese life go by at one of the many international cafes.

Day 9 Nagarkot
With views over almost the entire length of Nepal's Himalayas, Nargakot is an ideal place to sit back and enjoy the view or join in a bit of kite flying with the locals!

Days 10-11 Kathmandu
Start the day with a walk through forests and villages to the temple of Changu Narayan. On the return journey to Kathmandu, stop by Bhaktapur and wander the narrow streets to riverside temples, an ideal finish to a fantastic family adventure.



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Everest Base Camp

An unforgettable expedition into the most mountainous corner of the world, the Nepalese Himalayas. Everest has traditionally been the ultimate goal for mountaineers and on this challenging expedition, we head towards the Everest base camp. Explore the mountains and valleys around the towering peak, while learning about the traditions and cultures of the famous Sherpa, also spending time in exotic Kathmandu.

Day 1 Kathmandu
An excellent launching point for the adventure ahead, vibrant and eclectic Kathmandu is rich in artistic and cultural heritage and full of fascinating sights. If you arrive early, check out Durbar Square, home to the palace of the Kumari Devi, who is considered to be a living goddess.

Days 2-13 Everest Base Camp
Enjoy an opportunity of a lifetime, trekking to magnificent Everest's base camp. Surrounded by the world's most remote and breathtaking mountain scenery, rest overnight in local teahouses and explore the diversity of Himalayan traditions and religion. Gain a respect for the might of Everest and learn about Sherpa culture, chatting with guides who have reached the summit in the village of Phortse Gaon. Following remote mountain paths, cross glaciers, traverse valleys and climb high passes to ascend to the foot of Mt Everest, acclimatising to high altitudes on the way. From base camp, make a tough walk to Kala Pathar at 5,545 m for unforgettable views of Everest, Lhotse and the jagged peaks of this awe-inspiring region. Take it easy on the descent, calling in at Tengboche Monastery and the Sherpa Heritage Foundation, and bidding the mountain goodbye as you leave its slopes.

Days 14-15 Kathmandu
The flight from Lukla back to the capital is short and rewarding, with great views back across our conquered Himalayan slopes. Soak up more of Kathmandu's atmosphere with a spot of shopping among the network of street markets. If shopping is not your thing, take a trip over the Bagmati River to the adjacent city of Patan, with its abundance of temples and monasteries.



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