THE ULTIMATE FATHER-SON HIMALAYAN ADVENTURE
Ultimate 14 day Father-Son Nepal AdventureEnter your description
Ultimate adventure activties
Local and international expedition leaders
Trekking the himalays
Live in local villages
THE ULTIMATE 14 DAY FATHER-SON NEPAL ADVENTURE
Awe inspiring wilderness, ultimate adventure activities and guided by experienced local and international leaders.
THE ULTIMATE FATHER–SON NEPAL ADVENTURE. Travel into the heart of the Himalayas, a truly unique opportunity for fathers and sons to experience the most pristine wilderness in the world, participate in ultimate adventure activities, immerse yourself in the cultural traditions passed down over thousands of years and share memories that will endure a lifetime.
Our expeditions into the Himalayas offer something different to your usual ‘travel holiday’. Leaving the ‘tourist spots’ behind, we will trek into the heart of the Himalayas to experience the soul of Nepalese culture, live beside local families, immerse in traditional food, culture and ceremony, visit sacred sites and stand in awe of the mighty Himalayan mountains.
This Father & Son expedition is unlike any of our other programs as it provides a unique chance for fathers to pull away from their routine environment to discover fresh insights and forge new understandings with their son. In an environment of adventure and openness, this expedition will inspire, strengthen and bring a deeper connection to your relationship on a vastly different level.
HIGHLIGHTS OF THIS TRIP
- Live in traditional Nepali villages
- Immerse in a culture thousands of years old.
- Go on safari into Chitwan National Park where Bengal tigers, elephants and Rhino roam.
- Rafting in the Himalayas
- 5-day trekking expedition
- Bungy Jump or Tandem Swing (optional)
- Abseiling or paragliding
KEY THINGS TO CONSIDER
- The trek includes 4 days of walking between 6 – 8 hrs a day. The trek is appropriate for generally healthy people.
- Accommodation includes hotels when in populated areas, tea houses when trekking and family homes when in the villages.
- Nepal is considered a third world country.
- Entrance fees to national parks and heritage sites
- Guide fees
- Transport costs
- Accommodation and some meals (when staying with families in villages)
- Food and drinks
- Travel insurance
- Medical costs
- Transport cost to and from airport to hotel in Kathmandu (First and last day of trip).
DEPARTURE DATES 2019
14TH – 28TH MARCH 2019
6 PLACES LEFT. MAX GROUP SIZE 12 PEOPLE
14TH – 28TH NOVEMBER 2019
MAX GROUP SIZE 12 PEOPLE