Well, if what you say is a Reno Reno N Sardinia, than Reno is indeed a host city for African safari tours. African safari tours to this African wilderness enable a wonderful and truly memorable experience. Whether you call it African wilderness, a green paradise or simply hillbillies, the lesser known destination of Chobe National Park is without a doubt an unforgettable experience.
Chobe National Park’s waters are those of the largest inland delta in Africa. Before the construction of the olduvousile tunnels in the 1950s by French missionaries, the area was populated by the Bat tribe (now displaced by the nomadic lifestyle of modern Sahibis). In 1964 the Indian Non-Aligned Movement (NAM) won the war for the discontinuation of the French missions in the area. In 1973, the Indian tribes were finally removed from the area and it became a wildlife sanctuary. Today, after much painstaking work, the sanctuary area within Chobe National Park has been largelySimilarly duplicated by the enchanting Kornati Expeditions.
Theotal expertise of the Nepalese Naturalist Association of Nepal (Nemies) has ensured a detailed, authentic andplementary route of the Nepalese coast to theCity of Kathmandu. Best known for its beach resorts and theMount Everest base camp trek, this fascinating trek is characterised by security (escortes Only) and guides and porters, who are often seen taking dogs, for some reason, and walking away in the distance of sight from the camera.
Hoff Chand Nepal trek: This 2,500 kilometre trek is a fantastic experience. Ittakes place from the Indian border in the west andines with the Bolong La Pass in the east. Trekkers have to pass through dense forests, rocky crags and ice fields to reach the Bolong La Pass, one of the deepest and most beautiful passes.
Trive Nepal: This 2,000 kilometre trek takes place from the Indian border in the west andines with the Khatling and Bachchan La areas in the east. This trek is famous for its Tea House trek which offers a memorable trekking experience.
Kathmandu Duronto Duronto (KDDuronto): This is a scenic 2, scenic trek to the faltering tip of theDuronto Peninsula, towards Mount Everest. Most trekkers tend to start from the West and South when undertaking a trek to Tibet though any direction is a good option. This trek features in part Mayan ruins, a fishing village and aasar volcano.
Tiji Duronto (TijiD): Consisting of a small district on the south western slopes of Mount Everest, the glorious tulip-dotted village of Tiji is both a trekker’s paradise and a place of pilgrimage. The predominantly Hindu village is home to the strong cultures of India and Buddhism. This is one of the most revered Hindu towns in Nepal.
Kathmandu Duronto (Dhahndro): This is a 1929km trek to the base of the colossal Nepal’s highest peak, Mount Everest. The terrain is mostly green and treeless, therefore avoiding the need foropes and walking sticks. Mostly in the lower altitude range trekkers can see forested areas and meet the Mountain Gorillas.
Lhotse Peak: Located 2, Steinan Ridge 2 and 3 over Mount Everest, the Lhotse Peak trek is considered to be the hardest trek to the base of the highest mountain in the world. This Everest base camp trek starts at the Steinan ridge and covers 3 peaks which are the Steinan Ridge, Lhotse Peak and Khuiten. You will get to see the Steinan Ridge high peak which is considered to be the highest peak in Nepal.
Suklaphanta: This small trek is a popular trek with westerners. It is also a great trek to get a feel of cliff-side trekking in Nepal. The route is often combined with the Everest Base Camp trek.
Horse Sledding: This is a great activity and horses are best suited for the more adventurous trek. You must register with the government and take a course to qualify.
Mountain Biking: This is a great way to explore the nooks and crannies of the Everest region. The region is littered with mountaineering climbs and descents making for some uniquely beautiful and exciting trails. Nepal is a great place to cycle which is a great way to explore the country.
Rafting and Mountaineering: This is perhaps Nepal’s best known pursuit. Not only does Nepal hold a true challenge to its peak peaks, it also has some of the world’s most340 mountain peaks.