The Unusual Triangle
“Perfect blend of cross-cultural exposure having unusual program design to make you feel the real transformation within.“
You will enjoy the different landscapes, nature, wildlife, as well as cultures. You will relax with a sunset over a mountain lake, get a chance to spot wildlife in the tropical jungle and enjoy breathtaking views of the snow capped Himalaya peaks; all this on a laid-back but fulfilling approach.
You start in Kathmandu, famous for its medieval architecture, ancient temples, monasteries, and medley of cultures and traditions; on to Pokhara, situated in the valley beneath the Annapurna massif, two hundred kilometers west of Kathmandu. Many visitors find their most lasting impression of Nepal comes from the awesome “fish-tail” mountain and the range of Dhaulagiri and Annapurna Himalayas. You will slowly leave the smaller and bigger rivers arriving into the plains of Lumbini, the birthplace of the Buddha. Numerous buildings of Buddhist religion signify its spiritual importance. You carry further to Bardia National Park to the west, where cities and villages coexist with thick stands of virgin jungle and a great variety of bird species and wildlife. Here you explore the jungle by jeep or on a back of an elephant looking for Royal Bengal Tiger and great one-horned rhinos, rafting down the famous Karnali River seeing river dolphins, crocodiles and experience the thrills of what might cross your path while walking through the jungle.