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Once outside of the cities this was a lovely holiday. It was a small, very pleasant group and with a fair deal of activity alongside long periods of relaxation. Probably pushing it a bit to describe it as leisurely, but unhurried would be fair enough. Only a few glimpses of the mountains as the weather was largely misty, but the countryside and the villages were fascinating.
This was a very very well planned and executed trip which took us from the mountains to the jungle, traveling by plane, by van, by raft, by oxcart, by elephant, by dugout canoe and by foot. Nepal is spectacular, and its people are warm and open. When you see some of the other accommodations along the trail, you'll be very glad you chose to travel in luxury.
This was a brilliant trip. The group size was perfect(15) so we didn't feel herded yet it was big enough to get a good mix of people and not to get stuck with someone you didn't get on with. Not that that happened; they were all lovely. It was a great way to see more of Nepal than just trekking could offer. Very well planned and organised.
I had been looking forward to this holiday with such growing excitment there was a danger it could be disappointing. Actually it excceded all my excited anticipation in every way and was one of the best holidays i have ever undertaken.
Amazing trip! Trekking absolutely excellent although challenging. The day when we had to walk almost 900m up the hill was difficult, but we felt that we have really achieved something. River rafting excellent as well. All the lodges during the trekking and rafting part of the holidays were absolutely brilliant and we have even been treated with a cup of tea in the morning to watch the sunrise! We haven't enjoyed Chitwan that much and we felt that it would have been much more enjoyable to have couple more days trekking instead. We were a bit disappointed that we were not actually staying/visiting the park itself - we were only allowed on the outskirts. Overall excelent and definitely recommended.
Trekking great, white water rafting great fun but would have preferred two extra days trekking rather than going to Chitwan. The food and accommodation was excellent and the fact that we could rely on an endless supply of safe water to drink was very reassuring.
The scenery was breathtaking and it was certainly a memorable trip and the trekking / steps were more challenging than I anticipated. I feel that every aspect of Nepal was covered from the somewhat dusty Kathmandu through to the inspitational mountains.
Exciting variety of activities with the trekking, whitewater rafting, elephant safari to see rhinos and dugout canoes to see crocodiles. Also we stayed longer in Kathmandu and did Everest flight and saw lots of temples.
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