HORSE RIDING MOUNTAINS
- HORSE RIDING MOUNTAINS
Horse has been a very good friend of human. This is why people say that horse helps human to build the civilization. In the ancient age, horses were the only best way of transportation. At that time Horses were used for transportation, war and other important events but these days horse riding is also taken as one of the adventure sport. Horse back riding will gives you a unique adventure journey in Nepal to make your holiday enjoyable. Due to the country's geographical features many places in different regions are not accessible by roads. People living in those areas are using horses to travel from place to place, carry food, clothes, medicines and other goods to far, remote areas. Especially in trans-Himalayan region (behind the tall mountain or southern rim of Tibetan plateau) where people have adopted horse riding as a culture and most important means for daily life. One can enjoy the Horse riding in any part of the country. No matter whether you want a month long horse riding trek or a few hours of galloping, all are available to suite your needs. The good news is that, those who are unable to walk on foot in the Trans - Himalayan region can also make their trekking trip to Nepal and explore their imagination. For people less inclined or unable to go trekking, this package offers you the chance to experience the Himalayan region. It a nice combination that allows you to experience the high mountains and the best cultural places of Nepal has to offer.
Horse Riding Trek with children, Langtang Heritage, 10 Days
The Langtang valley is the most popular trek destination. Equally rich in culture and high bio-diversity are the Gutlang, Chilime, Timure and Briddim areas. The Goljung, Gutlang, Chilime, Thuman and Briddim area are identified by the Tamang and Tibetan art and cultur on the Tamang heritage trek. These are probably the most interesting trekking regions in Nepal.
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Horse Riding Trek with Children, Annapurna Panorama, 12 Days
Introduction to Annapurna Panorama Trek
Annapurna panorama trek is one of the world famous and classical treks in the world. In this trek you have a chance to see & explore the real typical village with its traditional lifestyle. This Annapurna trek starting from the lakeside town of Pokhara valley and follow roughly; forest trails past nice traditional villages and through serene landscapes...
Horse Riding Trek with Children, Everest Panorama, 10 Days
Introduction to Everest Panorama Trek
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Horse Riding to Everest Base Camp Lodge Trek, 17 Days
Introduction to Everest Base Camp Trek,
Everest Base Camp Trek is an incredible experience introducing you to an amazing view of the highest mountains in the Himalaya. Mount Everest Base Camp has been a popular destination for trekkers since the very first expeditions to the Nepalese side of the Everest in 1953. The Everest Base Camp trek, a very well known mountain trek, starts...
Horse Riding to The Forbidden Kingdom Upper Mustang, Lodge Trek 17 Days
Introduction to Upper Mustang Trek
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Horse Riding to Langtang Classic Lodge Trek, 13 Days
Introduction to Langtang Classic Trek
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