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Nepal is a land of Himalayan mountain peaks, rolling rivers and lush jungles. These natural settings present an ideal environment for adventures in mountaineering, trekking, white water rafting, mountain biking, hang gliding and hot air ballooning.

 

The peoples in this land are as diverse as its topography. Myriad cultures fuse with differing religious faiths thus giving rise to spectacular temple architectures.

 

Himalayan Envpro Adventures is set up with an objective to maintain an ecological balance between man and nature while at the same time offering these adventurous recreations. We believe in the philosophy that “What’s taken in must be taken out”, leaving the natural beauty of the land intact hardly disturbing the fragile ecosystem, so that others who follow may also enjoy the rapturous experiences of exploring.

 

This company is operated by ex British Gurkha Officers who take great care in providing all these services with military precision. The Gurkhas, hillmen of Nepal went to the Indian Army and the British Army walking over the hills for days, in some cases for months and served in distant lands. Today, with the passage of time, the employment in the armies is becoming more difficult. The same Gurkhas who used to patrol in alien countries now accomplished guides in their homeland. Their cheerful disposition always there, they are so happy to work for their Sahibs and Memsahibs.