I wanted a wholesome experience of adventure activities in Nepal so I felt this itinerary was apt for me. Tresuli was a few hours drive from Kathamndu where we had a wonderful time rafting. As a novice in the rapids it was thrilling and exuberant. Pokhara is an incredible place to do paragliding on a good day. The hike showed me the village side of Nepal which I only heard. Amazingly warm and nice people. I had an awesome time with my pilot definitely try other things on my next trip to Pokhara. I enjoyed the jungles of Chitwan and elephant bathing but sadly we couldn’t spot the tiger. Can’t gush enough about the hospitality of locals of Chitwan; their dance made me join them as well. I had a fulfilling experience of multi day adventures in Nepal I couldn’t do bungee this time but will be back to try it!
What a wonderful trip to Bhutan couldn’t have asked for more. It is a different world in itself. Abundance of natural beauty lives Bhutanese and happiness is given a priority. Buddhism is found in every aspect of Bhutan and they treasure their culture and tradition. The dzongs are an architectural marvel. Traditional dresses aren’t worn just to show tourist! A visit to Bhutan isn’t enough so will definitely be returning for longer period.
During my research on this trek there were instances where people faced difficulty with an inexperienced guide which was my number 1 concern. Third Rock Adventures were prompt with their email and also they gave me with their phone number. I called and as we talked I became certain that I will do the Manaslu circuit trek with the company. They assured me that the trip would be as they have promised. I am glad that I did the trek with them and could not have asked more. I was least worried and enjoying the trek more. It was worth all the pain, difficulties and mild Acute Mountain Sickness. Alluring mountains, challenging trail, cultural diversity, unhampered Tibetian culture and solitary.
The trek to Everest Base Camp is one of the most beautiful experiences of my life. We were blessed to have a good weather on our scenic chopper flight back from Everest. The thrilling helicopter ride was awesome!!! Except food in tea houses during the trek I enjoyed everything. Nevertheless, Kathmandu has good restaurants. From the moment we (me and my partner) arrived, we were taken good care and their team was very attentive to our needs. We were briefed well and our questions were duly answered too. Everything was well organized.
The green lush hills and high mountains feel just out of an adventure tale. The beauty of snow-capped mountains and its cool breezes can only be experienced not described. Walking on the trail lined with colorful rhododendron was mesmerizing. Waking up to the mountains was a dream come true. Most of the elements were magical for me. I only expected to enjoy the nature but I was pleasantly surprised by the pastries I ate there; it was yummy. Watching yak grazing on the pastures was wonderful.
Having already done Everest Base Camp trek this time we went for Manaslu Circuit Trek. Manaslu circuit trek was lovely and fantastic. We trekked to the beautiful and eight highest mountain in the world. It has all the elements of a classic trek but is less trekked so solitary was fun! Since we were trekking in spring we saw rhododendron blooms along the trail; it was wonderful. We got a bit of snow which added a bit difficulty in the trek. I must say we had fairly decent weather. All the lads did an amazing job. Our guide was familiar with the trail so we could enjoy more and worry less.
Me and my wife are in mid 40’s with reasonable fitness. This anniversary we wanted to enjoy the Himalayas but were looking for something easy so we choose Gorepani Pun Hill trek. We had good weather at the start of the trek but the night before our Pun Hill sunrise there was rainfall with thunder. It was worrisome! Next day the clouds had cleared and there was a bright blue sky. Our hopes were high. After a walk of around an hour, we reached the vantage point. Himalayan ranges were breathtaking and the sight of sunrise was too beautiful to describe in words.
It’s undoubtedly challenging but exceedingly rewarding. Good combination of dramatically high mountains and rural villages of Nepal. The trek leading to Thorangla pass is a memory for a lifetime. Crossing high pass over 5000 meters is more of a personal accomplishment for me. Glad to make it with mild Acute Mountain Sickness. My first 2-weeks long trek in the Himalayas and felt like my training in gym and day hike in weekends back home helped me a lot.
Being a Buddhist I always wanted to go on a pilgrimage tour of Nepal and Bhutan. Me and my mom started this tour with Swoyambhu and Bouddhanath and then went to the birth place of Gautam Buddha, Lumbini of Nepal. Lumbini overwhelmed me - experience one of a kind difficult to describe in words. We had an amazing flight to Bhutan. Sunrise and the hike to Tastang Monastery or Tiger’s Nest with chilly breeze- pure bliss. Enjoyed the visit to other iconic places like King’s Memorial Chorten, Buddha Dordenma, Tashichho Dzong and others. All in all well planned and organized trip.
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