Trekking in Nepal especially in the Annapurna Khopra Danda trek doesn’t require prior experiences. Khopra Danda Trek also knows as Khopra rideView Package
The Lumba Sumba Pass Trek: A trek offers exclusive nature diverse and vivid culture glimpse of indigenous people and crossing high altitudeView Package
1-4 days Chitwan National Park/jungle safari with local authentic experiences. Chitwan National Park is one of the premier and popular jungle safariView Package
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Dolpo region is the most remote and least developed district in Nepal. Although a few anthropologists and geographers had explored the region,View Package
We offer a variety of tourism activities in Nepal and organize outdoor trips to India, Tibet, and Bhutan with full support and cooperation with local tour operators. We provide field professional, skillful, friendly, and well-motivated staff. “Navigate Outdoor grew out of a passion for running rivers and taking a bunch of like-minded people to remote and exciting parts of the Himalayan rivers, and mountains in Nepal”. Navigate Outdoor was founded by Nepalese, Chura Mani Aryal (Mani), who had spent many years guiding the best rivers around the globe in such countries as Turkey, America, Europe, and India. His vision was to start a company dedicated to providing safe, fun, exciting, and cultural trips for clients and guides alike. He leads a team of world-famous river professionals, who have helped him to realize this vision. Navigate Outdoor is now becoming the rafting and trekking specialist of the Himalayas. Our classic Himalayan rivers journey stands alongside trekking peak, trekking in the beautiful Himalayan mountain range the most avid adventurers. We raft one of the best rivers (Karnali, Sunkosi, Tamor, and Kali rivers) in the Himalayas in Nepal.
Mani currently a NOLS Instructor leads white water rafting and backpacking courses and is a certified International Rafting Federation River Instructor, Swift-water Rescue Technician – Advance, Wilderness First Responder. He has actively participated in the Rafting and trekking outdoors adventure awareness and sustainable tourism practice in Nepal, held by the Nepal tourism board.
Mani still loves nothing more than getting out on a certain number of rafting, and trekking adventure with his guests and family. It is important to him to spend time connecting with customers and guides to ensure we are delivering the quality product we strive to give you.
Nepal neighbors the countries of India, Tibet, and China. Nepal is one of the most prominent tourist destinations in the Himalaya, with natural beauty and diverse culture unique from rest of the world. Natural attractions include snow-capped mountains, green rolling hills, valleys, alpines lakes, river gorges, and stunning gardens. Kathmandu Valley showcases handmade wooden and stone crafts, religious sites for Hindu and Buddhist religions, and a thriving city life representing the rich cultural diversity of Nepal.
Trekking options in Nepal are categorized as easy, moderate, hard and demanding, and can suit the interests of any traveler. Factors for trekking difficulty include elevation, trail quality, distance, and distance from developed areas. Easy: These trekking activities ascend to a maximum elevation of 3500m in the lower hilly region. Trekkers spend an average 3-5 hours of hiking each day, with some moderate incline uphill and downhill. Trails range from smooth to rocky. Many communities live in this elevation range for whole year round and cultivate crops to support their livelihood. This is an excellent option for first-time trekkers, and still include views of the highest mountains from a distance. Moderate: Trekking at this level generally takes place on the low altitude zone, but crosses passes at a maximum elevation of 4500m. Trekkers spend an average 4-6 hours walking each day. Trails range from smooth to rocky. This is a more up-close experience in the mountain ranges of the Himalaya. Hard & Challenging; Trekking at this level takes place between the elevations of 4500m to 5500m, and generally is strenuous and challenging for first time trekkers and who live below 4000ft elevation. Trekkers spend an average 4-6 hours walking each day. Trails can be smooth to rocky, and sometimes narrow with steep drops on the side. Trekkers who choose this option should have good hiking fitness prior to arriving in Nepal.
Nepal is one of the world’s best whitewater destinations, and rafting is a one of the most popular adventure activities in Nepal. Every year, hundreds of whitewater followers and kayakers around the world enjoy the snow-fed rivers that originate from the Himalaya. Peter Knowles explains in his book Whitewater Nepal, “Rafting in Nepal is a superb experience in its own right the thrill of running white water rapids is the cream of the cake for those who enjoy it”. The grading of rivers in Nepal meets the international standard where the rivers are graded from level 1 – 6 respectively. Our trip leaders are well experienced and well known as some of the best river guides in the world. Our guides are up to date on their whitewater Rescue Technician (WRT), and receive professional First Aid recertification every two years, assuring safety for clients.
“Sam & Jenn Nicholson Montana USA Mani; Clearly you are chosen & Choose across the globe to make a lasting impact on our children. Your strength, calmness, guidance/wisdom, and patience are so evident. We will forever be grateful for the effort + Impact that you have made on our son. Thank y...
“Journeying a river: Jai Karnali, January 2020 How did river Ganga come to be? Mythology says that there was a noble King who requested that Ganga descend from heaven to bless humanity and quench the thirst of the land and its people. Pleased to shower the world with blessings, Ganga rushed down w...
“ "I want to thank you and your guides and employees again for the wonderful memories I have of the Manaslu trek and the lovely side trip into the Tsum Valley. The scenery and experiences were great and I especially loved the variety of forests, the wildlife, and of course the incomparable mountain ...
“ I appreciate your attitude "Anyway life comes first and business comes second and other things." I can see you are really living that motto when you tell us of the wonderful time you are having with your family. Dane, and I really enjoyed the trek to the Annapurna Sanctuary. While I have ...