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18 days

3-5 pax

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Overview

In this multi activity tour programme we take you on the trek in the Helambu region; it is the closest area to the Himalayan range that offer spectacular mountain views, monasteries and ethnic culture. The trek ends at Melemchi. We then drive to Dhulikhel for an overnight stay in a nice resort that overlooks the beautiful Panchkhal valley. After Dhulikhel we take mountain bike and travel in the eastern rim of Kathmandu valley passing through many villages, historical monuments and cross 2010 meter high Lakuri Bhanjyang (pass) to Godavari where there is a botanical garden. Stay overnight at the resort and then drive to Trishuli river to take thrilling white water rafting to Chitwan where we spend 3 days in jungle activities including ride on elephant back. This is wonderful way to see Nepal away from the city center and in the prestine nature endowed by the God.
The road and track condition for mountain bike is not always similar. In some places there are pitched road and in other places the track condition are narrow, unpaved and dusty. The tracks and walking trails are commonly used by local people in their day to day work and communication.

Helambu region is located about 72 km north east of Kathmandu. It is the closest area from Kathmandu to see beautiful and scenic grandeur of the Himalayas. The elevation you reach is not high. You can get to see panoramic view of the beautiful mountain range and visit several Buddhist monasteries just in a few days walk. Helambu has enchanting landscape and rich culture. Major ethnic groups are Tamang and Sherpa. The Sherpa of Helambu have their distinct language and tradition, which are different from Everest (Khumbu) region. Inhabitants of upper Helambu, Melemchi and Tarkeghyang, are pretty well off. Their monasteries are nicely decorated. The trek starts at Sundarijal. You walk several up and down path through the low mountain pass, meadow, oak and rhododendron forest. Before returning back you visit Tarkeghyang (2560m) that has a large Sherpa village. Tarkeghyang has an impressive Buddhist monastery. You come across several Sherpa and Tamang settlements as you travel to Malemchii situated on Indrawati river. You travel to Dhulikhel through Panchkhal valley. Stay overnight at Dhulikhel at a nice resort that overlook the vast valley beyond.

After an overnight at Dhulikhel you take mountain bike ride to Namo Buddha that is situated on a hilltop. You climb gradually to the top and then make steep descent to Panauti. Panauti is a small town located at a corner of the edge of rim. After Panauti you climb to a pass Lakhure Bhanjyang and then descent to Sisneri. As you bike all the way from Namo Buddha to Sisneri you will be seeing panoramic view of the Himalayan range while going through pristine nature. You travel through an old trail used by people before the high way was built. On the last day of the biking tour you pass through several villages en-route to Godavari. Take a brake at a resort at Godavari. The resort has calm and relaxed atmosphere with swimming pool, gym and sauna.

After a rest day you travel to the raft put in point at Chauradi on Trishuli river. There are several exciting sections of white water on the first day. Depending upon water level the river guide gradually and safely negotiate the rapids to Mugling. At Mugling the waiting transport takes you to Chitwan Jungle for safari adventure. The jungle camp staffs prepare your activity according to season. The activities includes elephant safari, dugout canoe ride in Rapti river and village tour. You enjoy jungle safari on elephant back and jeep. Take a river ride in a dugout canoe to see endangered species of crocodiles and a visit to a Tharu village.

Highlights

In this multi activity tour programme we take you on the trek in the Helambu region; it is the closest area to the Himalayan range that offer spectacular mountain views, monasteries and ethnic culture. The trek ends at Melemchi. We then drive to Dhulikhel for an overnight stay in a nice resort that overlooks the beautiful Panchkhal valley. After Dhulikhel we take mountain bike and travel in the eastern rim of Kathmandu valley passing though many villages, historical monuments and cross 2010 meter high Lakuri Bhanjyang (pass) to Godavari where there is a botanical garden. Stay overnight at the resort and then drive to Trishuli river to take thrilling white water rafting to Chitwan where we spend 3 days in jungle activities including ride on elephant back. This is wonderful way to see Nepal away from the city center and in the prestine nature endowed by the God.

Inclusions

  • Hotel accommodation in Kathmandu, Dhulikhel and Godavari on bed and breakfast
  • Airport transfer and sightseeing tour with English speaking guide
  • Three day mountain bike tour, Five day trek, two day river rafting, and three days jungle safari in Chitwan
  • All meals and accommodation using lodge with simple room and bed during trek and mountain bike
  • For trek Sherpa guide and porters (10kg each) are provided. A professional mountain bike guide accompany members during biking
  • Mountain bike and its accessories are provided
  • In jungle safari in Chitwan all meals, accommodation in lodge and jungle activities are included

Price

COST- Private Trip

2 persons: US$1080 per person
3 to 5 persons: US$1055 per person
6 to 9 persons: US$ 940 per person
Sgl. Supplement: US$ 122

Departure: Anytime as per your choice of date
*Park, Permit & Airfares Not included

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Itinerary

Day 1: Arrive Kathmandu. In Kathmandu (BB)
You are given a warm welcome by our representative after that transfer to your hotel. Free day.

Day 2: In Kathmandu (BB)
Full day sightseeing tour of Kathmandu, Patan, Swambhunath, and Boudhanath.

Day 3: Trek (day 1). Drive to Sundarijal. Trek to Chisapani (2194m)
It is about one hour drive to Sundarijal. Climb to Mulkharka (1894m) where there is an army post. Continue to climb to Borlang Bhanjyang (2438m) and to Chisapani (2194m). The view of the eastern and western Himalayan range can be seen from this point.

Day 4: Trek (day 2) Kutumsang (2471m)
The trail pass through Pati Bhanjyang (1768m), Chipling (2150m), Thodung Danda (2469m), Gul Bhanjyaang (2141m), Jogin Danda (2667m) and finally to Kutumsang (2471m). You walk through the forested ridgeline through alpine meadow, oak and rhododendron forest.

Day 5: Trek (day 3) Melemchi-gaon (2560m)
After a hard climb through rhododendron forest you reach the ridge at Tharapati in about 2 hour. There are chances to see pheasants and other wildlife in this area. A steep scrambling descent lead to Malemchin gaon situated at the top of Melamchi river valley.

Day 6: Trek (day 4) Shermathang (2693m) via Tarkeghyang (2550m)
Descend to Malemchi Khola (river) and climb to Nakote gaon (1776m). Make a gradual ascend to Tarkeghyang (2550 m). The trail continues to climb to the ridge to the highest elevation at 3000 meter and descend to a big Sherpa village of Shermathang (2600m).

Day 7: Trek (day 5) Malemchi. Drive to Dhulikhel: Overnight at a resort in Dhulkhel (BB)
Descend through the ridge to Bhanjyang danda (1580m). The trail continues to descend to the bridge at Malemchi river (846m) situated at the confluence of Malemchi and Indrawati river. Walk to Malemchipul (bridge) and drive to Dhulikhel; it is about 4 hour ride. Overnight in Dhulikhel (1500m). Dhulikhel is about 25 km from Kathmandu.

Day 8: Bike (day 1) Panauti or Balthali (1765m / 22km)
You climb out of Dhulikhel on a dirt and tarmac encountering two hills before reaching the Buddhist pilgrimage site of Namo Buddha. The road is perfect for mountain biking. It is believed that Lord Buddha in his previous incarnation gave his flesh to a hungry tigress as an offering to save the village. A stone statue marks the site, and there is an active monastery. After leaving this hilltop you plunge into the lush fields below to a small village of Panauti. The village appeared to have been lost in time. Panauti is rarely visited by tourists though it has treasured historical and interesting temples such as Indreswor Mahadev. It is the oldest surviving temple in Nepal, believed to be constructed in 1294 AD. Depending upon condition you may also descend to Balthali and visit Panauti next day.

Day 9: Bike (day 2) Sisneri  (1400m / 27km)
The trail is a mix of wide and narrow but gently climbs up to the pass known as Lakhure Bhanjyang. You follow a jeep track along the meandering Roshi river and make ascend after the small town of Madhuban and enter into a narrow pristine valley that ascend to 300m on superb trail to reach the summit of Kathmandu Valley’s eastern rim known as Lakhuri Bhanjyang. After this pass make a steep descent to Sisneri. This is probably the oldest route east out of Kathmandu Valley, connecting the ancient cities of Kathmandu valley with Panauti. The views of the Himalayas are great. From the saddle the descent is on switch-backed jeep track. After an hour and a 500m descent you arrive at Sisneri, a quiet village at the bottom of the valley. The ethnicity of the people change as you descend to the valley floor. Tamangs lives on upper section and then Thakuries and Chhetris as you ride down; at the valley floor there are Newar farmers.

Day 10: Bike (day 3). Godavari (1473m/ 30km) in Patan. Overnight at a resort in Godavari (BB)
Continue the last part of your mountain bike journey from Sisneri to Godavari via Bisankunarayan. It is an easy day. Stay overnight at Godavari Resort.

Day 11: In Kathmandu at Godavari Resort (BB)
Rest and free day

Day 12. Raft (day 1). Drive to Chauradi. White water raft  to Kurintaring in Trishuli river
You leave Kathmandu at early in the morning and drive southwest of Kathmandu on the highway to Pokhara and Chitwan. The scenic drive is about two and half hours to the raft put in point at Chauradi. As you come out of the Kathmandu valley and on reaching ‘Nagdhunga’ (the highest point in this highway), there is a very clear view of the western Himalayas. At Charaudi you will meet the rafting crew. It takes about 45 minutes to prepare before you are ready to go. Life jackets are provided and short briefing is given about the raft before you start. The river guide gives instruction about the movement of the boat and proper handling of the paddles. The major rapids on the first stretch are given names like Ladies Delight, Upset, Monsoon, Surprise, and Bijili. There are numerous and small and medium size rapids as you flow down the river. After an hour float you will encounter some small rapids. Depending upon how you want to float the river guide can shoot big and medium rapids. After 3 hour of rafting you will reach nice and clean sandy beach for the lunch. You spend about an hour for lunch. After lunch the journey continues further down the river; there are several big rapids on the way down. You reach around your camp site at Kurintar around 3 to 4 pm.  Stay overnight in tent or lodge depending upon security, logistic and weather condition.

Day 13: Raft (day 2). White water raft to Mugling. After lunch drive to Chitwan. Stay in safari camp in Chitwan jungle
Next day as you float down the river you encounter more rapids of different grades. You can choose either to shoot the rapid for excitement or just skirt around it for easy float. On the 2nd day the river flows between the gorges and the canyons with thick vegetation and high rocks on both sides of the river, You pass through quite nature. You stop at Mugling. The stretch from Chauradi to Mugling Bazar (town) is almost 40 km. Drive to Narayanghat bazar and to the safari camp at Chitwan jungle. After short rest you are briefed about your following day programme. Overnight in Chitwan Jungle.

Day 14: In Safari Camp in Chitwan. Take jungle activities
Early morning take jungle safari on elephant back to see one horned rhinoceros, deers, monkeys, wild boars, bison, sloth bear, leopard and if lucky Royal Bengal tiger. Return to camp and after breakfast take a long drive deep inside the jungle to watch more wild life and birds. In the evening you are shown slides about Chitwan national park and wildlife that can be seen while you are there.

Day 15: In Safari Camp in Chitwan. Take jungle activities In Chitwan
Early in the morning you take nature walk in the jungle with a nature guide. It is an excellent opportunity to learn about sal forest, open grassland, and reverine forest. The guide can help you identify various species birds, plants and other wildlife. Return to camp for breakfast. In the afternoon you are taken on dugout canoe ride in the Rapti river to see crocodiles and migratory birds. Return to camp. In the evening visit Tharu village to see their way of living and culture. In the evening you will see local cultural dance.

Day 16: Take morning jungle activities in Chitwan and drive to Kathmandu. In Kathmandu (BB)
Early morning is best time to watch birds. There are 519 species of birds in Chitwan itself.  After breakfast drive to Kathmandu. In Kathmandu.

Day 17: In Kathmandu (BB)
Free day

Day 18: Depart Kathmandu
Transfer to airport. Fly home.

NOTE: The schedule stops shown above are guideline only. It may change due to weather and other logistic condition.  The standard of accommodation in local lodges and meals during trek and bike varies from place to place. The tracks and trails are in the proximity to many road heads and telephone connection. In emergency situation it is always possible to contact us for help at any time. The road and track condition for mountain bike is not always similar. In some places there are pitched road and in other places the track condition are narrow, unpaved and dusty. The tracks and walking trails are commonly used by local people in their day to day work and communication.  Duration of a day rafting trip is about 4 to 5 hours depending upon condition of water level. Avon brand of heavy-duty rubber raft is used for rafting that includes normal safety gears. Average walking hour is 6 to 7 hours beside lunch break.

Trip Highlights

Trip Code
S-TOUR-01 Special tour
Total Days
18
Total Nights
17
Trip Grade
Moderate
Maximum Elevation
2550 meter
Trip Mode
Ground transportation with tour guide and trek
Average Day Activity
6-7 hours trek
Group Size
3-5
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Overview

In this multi activity tour programme we take you on the trek in the Helambu region; it is the closest area to the Himalayan range that offer spectacular mountain views, monasteries and ethnic culture. The trek ends at Melemchi. We then drive to Dhulikhel for an overnight stay in a nice resort that overlooks the beautiful Panchkhal valley. After Dhulikhel we take mountain bike and travel in the eastern rim of Kathmandu valley passing through many villages, historical monuments and cross 2010 meter high Lakuri Bhanjyang (pass) to Godavari where there is a botanical garden. Stay overnight at the resort and then drive to Trishuli river to take thrilling white water rafting to Chitwan where we spend 3 days in jungle activities including ride on elephant back. This is wonderful way to see Nepal away from the city center and in the prestine nature endowed by the God.
The road and track condition for mountain bike is not always similar. In some places there are pitched road and in other places the track condition are narrow, unpaved and dusty. The tracks and walking trails are commonly used by local people in their day to day work and communication.

Helambu region is located about 72 km north east of Kathmandu. It is the closest area from Kathmandu to see beautiful and scenic grandeur of the Himalayas. The elevation you reach is not high. You can get to see panoramic view of the beautiful mountain range and visit several Buddhist monasteries just in a few days walk. Helambu has enchanting landscape and rich culture. Major ethnic groups are Tamang and Sherpa. The Sherpa of Helambu have their distinct language and tradition, which are different from Everest (Khumbu) region. Inhabitants of upper Helambu, Melemchi and Tarkeghyang, are pretty well off. Their monasteries are nicely decorated. The trek starts at Sundarijal. You walk several up and down path through the low mountain pass, meadow, oak and rhododendron forest. Before returning back you visit Tarkeghyang (2560m) that has a large Sherpa village. Tarkeghyang has an impressive Buddhist monastery. You come across several Sherpa and Tamang settlements as you travel to Malemchii situated on Indrawati river. You travel to Dhulikhel through Panchkhal valley. Stay overnight at Dhulikhel at a nice resort that overlook the vast valley beyond.

After an overnight at Dhulikhel you take mountain bike ride to Namo Buddha that is situated on a hilltop. You climb gradually to the top and then make steep descent to Panauti. Panauti is a small town located at a corner of the edge of rim. After Panauti you climb to a pass Lakhure Bhanjyang and then descent to Sisneri. As you bike all the way from Namo Buddha to Sisneri you will be seeing panoramic view of the Himalayan range while going through pristine nature. You travel through an old trail used by people before the high way was built. On the last day of the biking tour you pass through several villages en-route to Godavari. Take a brake at a resort at Godavari. The resort has calm and relaxed atmosphere with swimming pool, gym and sauna.

After a rest day you travel to the raft put in point at Chauradi on Trishuli river. There are several exciting sections of white water on the first day. Depending upon water level the river guide gradually and safely negotiate the rapids to Mugling. At Mugling the waiting transport takes you to Chitwan Jungle for safari adventure. The jungle camp staffs prepare your activity according to season. The activities includes elephant safari, dugout canoe ride in Rapti river and village tour. You enjoy jungle safari on elephant back and jeep. Take a river ride in a dugout canoe to see endangered species of crocodiles and a visit to a Tharu village.

Highlights

In this multi activity tour programme we take you on the trek in the Helambu region; it is the closest area to the Himalayan range that offer spectacular mountain views, monasteries and ethnic culture. The trek ends at Melemchi. We then drive to Dhulikhel for an overnight stay in a nice resort that overlooks the beautiful Panchkhal valley. After Dhulikhel we take mountain bike and travel in the eastern rim of Kathmandu valley passing though many villages, historical monuments and cross 2010 meter high Lakuri Bhanjyang (pass) to Godavari where there is a botanical garden. Stay overnight at the resort and then drive to Trishuli river to take thrilling white water rafting to Chitwan where we spend 3 days in jungle activities including ride on elephant back. This is wonderful way to see Nepal away from the city center and in the prestine nature endowed by the God.

Inclusions

  • Hotel accommodation in Kathmandu, Dhulikhel and Godavari on bed and breakfast
  • Airport transfer and sightseeing tour with English speaking guide
  • Three day mountain bike tour, Five day trek, two day river rafting, and three days jungle safari in Chitwan
  • All meals and accommodation using lodge with simple room and bed during trek and mountain bike
  • For trek Sherpa guide and porters (10kg each) are provided. A professional mountain bike guide accompany members during biking
  • Mountain bike and its accessories are provided
  • In jungle safari in Chitwan all meals, accommodation in lodge and jungle activities are included

Price

COST- Private Trip

2 persons: US$1080 per person
3 to 5 persons: US$1055 per person
6 to 9 persons: US$ 940 per person
Sgl. Supplement: US$ 122

Departure: Anytime as per your choice of date
*Park, Permit & Airfares Not included

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Itinerary

Day 1: Arrive Kathmandu. In Kathmandu (BB)
You are given a warm welcome by our representative after that transfer to your hotel. Free day.

Day 2: In Kathmandu (BB)
Full day sightseeing tour of Kathmandu, Patan, Swambhunath, and Boudhanath.

Day 3: Trek (day 1). Drive to Sundarijal. Trek to Chisapani (2194m)
It is about one hour drive to Sundarijal. Climb to Mulkharka (1894m) where there is an army post. Continue to climb to Borlang Bhanjyang (2438m) and to Chisapani (2194m). The view of the eastern and western Himalayan range can be seen from this point.

Day 4: Trek (day 2) Kutumsang (2471m)
The trail pass through Pati Bhanjyang (1768m), Chipling (2150m), Thodung Danda (2469m), Gul Bhanjyaang (2141m), Jogin Danda (2667m) and finally to Kutumsang (2471m). You walk through the forested ridgeline through alpine meadow, oak and rhododendron forest.

Day 5: Trek (day 3) Melemchi-gaon (2560m)
After a hard climb through rhododendron forest you reach the ridge at Tharapati in about 2 hour. There are chances to see pheasants and other wildlife in this area. A steep scrambling descent lead to Malemchin gaon situated at the top of Melamchi river valley.

Day 6: Trek (day 4) Shermathang (2693m) via Tarkeghyang (2550m)
Descend to Malemchi Khola (river) and climb to Nakote gaon (1776m). Make a gradual ascend to Tarkeghyang (2550 m). The trail continues to climb to the ridge to the highest elevation at 3000 meter and descend to a big Sherpa village of Shermathang (2600m).

Day 7: Trek (day 5) Malemchi. Drive to Dhulikhel: Overnight at a resort in Dhulkhel (BB)
Descend through the ridge to Bhanjyang danda (1580m). The trail continues to descend to the bridge at Malemchi river (846m) situated at the confluence of Malemchi and Indrawati river. Walk to Malemchipul (bridge) and drive to Dhulikhel; it is about 4 hour ride. Overnight in Dhulikhel (1500m). Dhulikhel is about 25 km from Kathmandu.

Day 8: Bike (day 1) Panauti or Balthali (1765m / 22km)
You climb out of Dhulikhel on a dirt and tarmac encountering two hills before reaching the Buddhist pilgrimage site of Namo Buddha. The road is perfect for mountain biking. It is believed that Lord Buddha in his previous incarnation gave his flesh to a hungry tigress as an offering to save the village. A stone statue marks the site, and there is an active monastery. After leaving this hilltop you plunge into the lush fields below to a small village of Panauti. The village appeared to have been lost in time. Panauti is rarely visited by tourists though it has treasured historical and interesting temples such as Indreswor Mahadev. It is the oldest surviving temple in Nepal, believed to be constructed in 1294 AD. Depending upon condition you may also descend to Balthali and visit Panauti next day.

Day 9: Bike (day 2) Sisneri  (1400m / 27km)
The trail is a mix of wide and narrow but gently climbs up to the pass known as Lakhure Bhanjyang. You follow a jeep track along the meandering Roshi river and make ascend after the small town of Madhuban and enter into a narrow pristine valley that ascend to 300m on superb trail to reach the summit of Kathmandu Valley’s eastern rim known as Lakhuri Bhanjyang. After this pass make a steep descent to Sisneri. This is probably the oldest route east out of Kathmandu Valley, connecting the ancient cities of Kathmandu valley with Panauti. The views of the Himalayas are great. From the saddle the descent is on switch-backed jeep track. After an hour and a 500m descent you arrive at Sisneri, a quiet village at the bottom of the valley. The ethnicity of the people change as you descend to the valley floor. Tamangs lives on upper section and then Thakuries and Chhetris as you ride down; at the valley floor there are Newar farmers.

Day 10: Bike (day 3). Godavari (1473m/ 30km) in Patan. Overnight at a resort in Godavari (BB)
Continue the last part of your mountain bike journey from Sisneri to Godavari via Bisankunarayan. It is an easy day. Stay overnight at Godavari Resort.

Day 11: In Kathmandu at Godavari Resort (BB)
Rest and free day

Day 12. Raft (day 1). Drive to Chauradi. White water raft  to Kurintaring in Trishuli river
You leave Kathmandu at early in the morning and drive southwest of Kathmandu on the highway to Pokhara and Chitwan. The scenic drive is about two and half hours to the raft put in point at Chauradi. As you come out of the Kathmandu valley and on reaching ‘Nagdhunga’ (the highest point in this highway), there is a very clear view of the western Himalayas. At Charaudi you will meet the rafting crew. It takes about 45 minutes to prepare before you are ready to go. Life jackets are provided and short briefing is given about the raft before you start. The river guide gives instruction about the movement of the boat and proper handling of the paddles. The major rapids on the first stretch are given names like Ladies Delight, Upset, Monsoon, Surprise, and Bijili. There are numerous and small and medium size rapids as you flow down the river. After an hour float you will encounter some small rapids. Depending upon how you want to float the river guide can shoot big and medium rapids. After 3 hour of rafting you will reach nice and clean sandy beach for the lunch. You spend about an hour for lunch. After lunch the journey continues further down the river; there are several big rapids on the way down. You reach around your camp site at Kurintar around 3 to 4 pm.  Stay overnight in tent or lodge depending upon security, logistic and weather condition.

Day 13: Raft (day 2). White water raft to Mugling. After lunch drive to Chitwan. Stay in safari camp in Chitwan jungle
Next day as you float down the river you encounter more rapids of different grades. You can choose either to shoot the rapid for excitement or just skirt around it for easy float. On the 2nd day the river flows between the gorges and the canyons with thick vegetation and high rocks on both sides of the river, You pass through quite nature. You stop at Mugling. The stretch from Chauradi to Mugling Bazar (town) is almost 40 km. Drive to Narayanghat bazar and to the safari camp at Chitwan jungle. After short rest you are briefed about your following day programme. Overnight in Chitwan Jungle.

Day 14: In Safari Camp in Chitwan. Take jungle activities
Early morning take jungle safari on elephant back to see one horned rhinoceros, deers, monkeys, wild boars, bison, sloth bear, leopard and if lucky Royal Bengal tiger. Return to camp and after breakfast take a long drive deep inside the jungle to watch more wild life and birds. In the evening you are shown slides about Chitwan national park and wildlife that can be seen while you are there.

Day 15: In Safari Camp in Chitwan. Take jungle activities In Chitwan
Early in the morning you take nature walk in the jungle with a nature guide. It is an excellent opportunity to learn about sal forest, open grassland, and reverine forest. The guide can help you identify various species birds, plants and other wildlife. Return to camp for breakfast. In the afternoon you are taken on dugout canoe ride in the Rapti river to see crocodiles and migratory birds. Return to camp. In the evening visit Tharu village to see their way of living and culture. In the evening you will see local cultural dance.

Day 16: Take morning jungle activities in Chitwan and drive to Kathmandu. In Kathmandu (BB)
Early morning is best time to watch birds. There are 519 species of birds in Chitwan itself.  After breakfast drive to Kathmandu. In Kathmandu.

Day 17: In Kathmandu (BB)
Free day

Day 18: Depart Kathmandu
Transfer to airport. Fly home.

NOTE: The schedule stops shown above are guideline only. It may change due to weather and other logistic condition.  The standard of accommodation in local lodges and meals during trek and bike varies from place to place. The tracks and trails are in the proximity to many road heads and telephone connection. In emergency situation it is always possible to contact us for help at any time. The road and track condition for mountain bike is not always similar. In some places there are pitched road and in other places the track condition are narrow, unpaved and dusty. The tracks and walking trails are commonly used by local people in their day to day work and communication.  Duration of a day rafting trip is about 4 to 5 hours depending upon condition of water level. Avon brand of heavy-duty rubber raft is used for rafting that includes normal safety gears. Average walking hour is 6 to 7 hours beside lunch break.

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