Whitewater Adventures Nepal, Australia’s most experienced and much loved adventure company. We’ve been safely guiding groups through Nepal for over 10 years.
Highly qualified & experienced leaders 24-hour back up & support advice, preparation, support and briefings for students before trip. We organize and sustain long term, sustainable community projects in conjunction with non-profit organizations (NGO) in Nepal. We help build schools and all the support goes toward the children for their education.
Whitewater Adventures Nepal are pleased to be able to offer unforgettable school trips to this amazing Himalayan country Nepal that will change the lives of those students who participate. For a school student from a developed country to go and experience living and interacting in a culturally and geographically rich location such as Nepal is an opportunity of a life time. Whitewater Adventures Nepal can also offer the Duke of Edinburgh program if that is what your school requires as well as any other type of package you would like that will suit your student and school needs.
We offer all the major trekking destinations such as Annapurna and the Everest regions, a variety of rivers trips for whitewater rafting and kayaking and we also offer combination trips and multi activities. You could choose to begin your journey with a culture tour and then try any of these activities Trekking, Mountain Biking, River Rafting, Chitwan Safari, Yoga and Meditation trek, Stand up Paddle Board (SUP) boarding on Pokhara Lake and participate in some community work as well to help build schools that were destroyed by the April 2015 earthquake.
With the opportunity for school students to fundraise for their trip Whitewater Adventures Nepal has developed the ‘Discovering Nepal ‘ Outdoor Education project. The aim of ‘Discovering Nepal ‘ is to help equip young people with skills that allow them to make positive life decisions and cope with the ever-changing world. ‘Discover Nepal’ is ultimately about taking students to a new environment to learn and understand about different ways of life and to contribute and become part of a new culture through interaction with Nepalese school children, cultural activities and rafting/trekking as a means of exploring new areas.
The trip is about the individual’s ability to develop an understanding of self-concept, community living, living skills, relationship with the environment and new cultures and ‘where they stand’ in the changing world we have today.