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Himalayan

Clean Up Expedition

- Kali Ghandaki & Mardi Himal.

"In a gentle way

you can shake the world."

We're looking for adventurous people who want to have a positive impact!

Join us on this amazing trip to two sacred natural wonders, the Machhapuchhre mountain and Kali Ghandaki river, and make a difference!

Nepal is a stunningly beautiful country, with the world's highest peaks and great rivers. But these magnificent places are feeling the toll of unregulated development.

 

By taking action, sharing knowledge and empowering others we support healthy, clean and vibrant places and communities, while having an amazing adventure!

Read about our projects with Silwal Foundation and our team at The Royal Beach Camp.

On this expediton we trek for 6 days to Mardi Himal Base Camp in the stunning Annapurna mountain range, reaching 4 500 m, and travel on a 6 day river expedition on the Kali Ghandaki river, camping on the white sandy beaches and paddling through beautiful lush landscapes.

We also spend time at the eco-adventure centre The Royal Beach Camp, visit Pokhara a city at the foothills of the Himalayas and explore the ancient capital Kathmandu.

By cleaning up along the mountain trail and on the river beaches as we travel and sparking conversations with other trekkers, paddlers, guides and locals about its impact and opportunities to do things differently, we become a force for inspiring change. 

Next date October 2020.

Incl.

Kali Ghandaki river expedition.

Mardi Himal trek.

Sightseeing in Kathmandu. 

Accommodation (tented, tea house & hotel).

Meals, excl. lunch & dinner in Kathmandu & Pokhara.

Guides, support teams and expedition leader.

Permits & national park fees.

Technical equipment.

Transportation in Nepal.

Excl.

Train or air travel to Nepal.

VISA fees.

Personal travel insurance.

Lunch & dinner in Kathmandu & Pokhara.

Drinks.

Tips.

Tree plantation in a local reforestation project help us neutralise our carbon footprint. 

We protect the environment by using natural, biodegradable, locally made soaps. 

We refuse single use plastics, by refilling our own water bottles and minimising packaging.

We support small scale farmers by eating local food. 

We value our guides and team members through educational opportunities and good pay.

We support local tourism operators, by staying in their tea houses.

We recycle all our trash in Nepal, some of it will be part of income generating project for women. 

Organised by:

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SUMMIT INTERNATIONAL LEADERSHIP ACADEMY have over 30 years of experience in the outdoor adventure industry. Our focus is to educate and inspire the next generation of professionals and travellers to become a force for a sustainbale future.

Expedition partners & supporters:

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