12 great explorer tours in Nepal.
Searching for an explorer trip in Nepal?
Below you will find 12 curated explorer tours taking place in Nepal with 7 reviews.
Our explorer tours are supplied by 4 hand-picked tour operators in Nepal.
With trip prices ranging from 198 USD to 4,355 USD and trip durations varying from 5 days and to 17 days, there is plenty to choose from.
VISIT Jama Masjid, the Humayun's Tomb, the Qutub Minar in Delhi, the Agra Fort, the Taj Mahal in Agra, Ranthambore National Park, the City Palace and Amber Fort in Jaipur, Narlai, Mehrangarh Fort and Jaswant Thada in Jodhpur, Durbar Square in Kathmandu, the Krishna Temple and Golden Temple in Patan, the shrine of Swayambhunath near Patan, a local market in Kathmandu.
VIEW the Palace of Winds in Jaipur and the temples of Kathmandu and Patan.
“This was my 7th cycling trip and all have been great fun. All these experiences allow me to become a self appointed expert! It is fascinating to compare the trips, the leaders, the transport, the accommodation etc. This trip is graded moderate/challenging but so is Sri Lanka, for example. The latter was a doddle compared to Nepal. This trip has multiple big hills, very long descents and a substantial amount of off-road. It was also the 'fastest' and 'fittest' group I've ridden with - on an Exodus trip. There were regular occasions when some riders had to hop on the bus (not unusual on these trips). If the group is fast then the slower riders have to get on the bus or the quicker ones have to wait a long time at the meet up point. The grading is subjective but I would urge all potential customers to get as fit as they possibly can so that they can get the most out of the trip. I would also suggest to Exodus that they drop the moderate out of the description. LASTLY, book this trip NOW as there is a rumour that it may get dropped - it's not in my latest brochure! There was the usual mix of hotels - higher quality than I expected. The food was enjoyable curry buffet. The guide and his staff were just the job. Broadband was available in every hotel lobby and sometimes in the bedroom. The hotel in the mountains with a sunrise view of Everest was very cold (both room and restaurant) so take suitable clothing. I'm sure (I've been before) Kathmandu smog/air has got worse. Take a buffy/face mask and strepsils! There is the usual mix of cultural visits - temples, monasteries etc. The school visit, partially sponsored by our guide, was uplifting as well as being at the top of a big hill (walk up, cycle blast down rough road).”