Mystical temples, tropical rainforests and the snowy peaks of the Himalayas: the natural and cultural riches of Nepal are totally otherworldly. During this unusual incentive trip, with its ecological aspect, you are able to get the most enjoyment possible from the exceptional beauty, and you will still be able to make your own contribution to the sustainable development of the country.
After a warm welcome at the airport, you and your guests are driven to the Gokarna Forest Resort in the mythical capital of Kathmandu, a luxury eco-hotel with spa and golf course, where the fatigue and jetlag of your flight will evaporate in moments. The dinner made with organic vegetables grown by local farmers will completely re-energize you.
The following day, you travel to Dhulikhe on the old trade route to Tibet, taking in the royal city of Bhaktapur. As you wander through the temples and the delicately carved wooden Newari houses, you are transported back to the Middle Ages. Your visit to the religious centre of Panauti will also take you to a higher plane. But the most beautiful moment will be during dinner, when you can watch as the fading light sets over the Himalayas – an experience that will be imprinted on your mind forever.
The following day, you descend into the heart of the subtropical Chitwan, the biggest national park in Nepal, to take up residence at the Jungle Lodge. From the back of an elephant, you stand an excellent chance of coming face to face with a rhinoceros, a crocodile or the rare Bengal tiger.
On the sixth day of your trip, you share your time with your guests among the residents of a small village close to Kathmandu. After you have been thoroughly informed about the project, you will be able to roll up your sleeves and do your bit to help build a school or a hospital ward. What better way to bid farewell to this fascinating country than an invitation for you and your guests to dine on a traditional lunch with a local family.