Rafting & Safari to the Nepal
Chitwan National Park & Bardia elephant Safari
Chitwan is located at the foot of the Himalayas in the Terai region extending into India. The flora and fauna of its 93200 hectares are very dense and varied, and it houses including a population of Asian one-horned rhinoceros and the Bengal tiger. You will also discover many species of birds and crocodiles.
The Chitwan national park is the first national park of the Nepal, created in 1973 and included in the world heritage by UNESCO in 1984. It is a true remnant of the natural ecosystems of the Terai region.
Visit the Park on elephant and canoe back. Nights in lodge or hotel comfort 3 stars.
Rafting on the Trisuli River - 2 days
Whitewater rafting on the Trisuli River, an explosive adventure related to the monsoon flows: 200 to 450 cumecs during the monsoon season (June to August).
The trisuli River is one of the wildest rivers in Nepal, located in 3 hours by Road West of Kathmandu, and 1 hour from the Chitwan National Park.
If you are looking for an overload of adrenaline, this descent is for you!
You have access to the river after a few days of walking. The descent takes you, by alternating fast and quiet portions, to the discovery of a Nepal where wildlife is abundant, the spectacular and varied landscapes. A few forays on foot to admire small villages isolated, perched on the hills. The river also crosses of gigantic and magnificent gorges.
Sun Kosi River - River of Gold - 16 days
Born in the gigantic glaciers of Mount Everest, the Sun Kosi flows to the tropical valleys of the Terai to join the sacred waters Ganges. Descent of the River over 190km of Dlalghat in Shatrah. Every day, the scenery will be different: you will encounter various Nepalese ethnic groups such as the Gurungs or the Chetris.