Welcome to Adventure Aves Nepal Namaste!
Adventure Aves is a Nepalese owned and operated company that offers to you, the adventure seeker the thrill of white water rafting and kayaking expeditions, treks, mountain biking tours and cultural programs in Nepal and India. Adventure and the outdoors is our passion and we bring our years of experience as guides, tour operators and thrill seekers together to bring you the very best adventure journeys in the Himalaya. We are going to take you to the edge, but make sure you get home safely to tell your tale. We invite you to join us at Adventure Aves and explore Nepal, live the adventure and feel the adrenaline and we assure you, that you will be back begging for more!
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Known locally as the “raging river. This is one of the best short white water experiences in Nepal and definitely for those who like an adrenaline rush.
The Tamur is one of the most remote rivers in Nepal and one of the best commercial rafting trips in the world. A three day trek to the starting point takes you through beautiful countryside and remote villages down to the river
The sun kosi is one of the most remote rivers in Nepal and one of the best commercial rafting trips in the world. A three day trek to the starting point takes you through beautiful countryside and remote villages down to the river.
Not far from Kathmandu this is known as the “Pool and Drop” river. With the highway running alongside, it is not always the quietest but it gives you a great insight into Nepalese life on the side of the river with some good rapids to give you that highly sought adventure adrenaline rush.
With slightly warmer water, amazing scenery and a great variety of bird life this is a beautiful river. The excitement comes from negotiating the many gentle rapids along the way. A great trip for families and those looking for a more gentle adventure.
A really wild ride! Fast, fun, thrilling and just a short hop from Kathmandu. This river flows through one of the most beautiful gorges on Earth. We start on the lower section to get the team paddling well before we take on the might of the upper river the next day.
Tackle some of the wildest and best loved rapids in Nepal. Just a 7/2 hour picturesque drive from Pokhara, this holy river is known for its beautiful deep gorges, pretty villages, waterfalls and views of the Annapurna’s.
Our Featured Trips
SETI KARNALI 8 TO 10 DAY FISHING TRIP
Passionate, outrageous and an exiting adventure sport of challenging pristine river water and catching an aquatic species is all about Fishing in Nepal. Over the years Fishing in Nepal has gained popularity and booming and blossoming among visitors from all over the globe. Nepal has always been underrated in terms of water sport in spite of being water rich country in the world. Amazingly as much as 118 varieties of fresh water fish are found in Himalayan waters. The majestic Golden Mahseer in the Far west region of Nepal and varieties of trout are the major delight and attractions of Fishing in Nepal.
CANYONING WITH ADVENTURE AVES NEPAL
Nepal is chosen as a canyoning destination by many tourists due to the charismatic waterfalls flowing through big mountainous rocks in some amazing parts of the country.
Described by experienced white-water enthusiasts as Nepal’s “must-do” river, carving its way through the Tibetan plateau to the lush forests of western Nepal it is an excellent way to see the country.
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Chitwan National Park
The Chitwan National Park (CNP) is a world heritage property, and it also contains a Ramsar Site – Beeshazari Tal in its buffer zone. The CNP has a history of over 3 decades in park management and a rich experience in resolving conflicts between the park and the people.
Lumbinī is a Buddhist pilgrimage site in the Rupandehi District of Province No. 5 in Nepal. It is the place where, according to Buddhist tradition, Queen …
Rara National Park
Rara National Park is a protected area in the Himalayas of Nepal and was established in 1976. Covering an area of 106 km² in the Mugu and Jumla districts, it is the country’s smallest national park. Its main feature is Rara Lake at an altitude of 2,990 m