Why Small Group Travel?
Nepal is an amazing place. You can't help wanting to go explore and see it all. Only, there are aslo cultural boundaries and numerous languages to navigate. River and Soul's small group travel allows you to get the most our of your time by making things easy and stress free. Let us focus on the logistics and you can focus on having fun!
Get more out of your trip!
Let our expert guides share their knowledge with you. Coming on our small group tours means that will always have a guide to hand. While other tour groups will drop you off at Durbha Square and let you fend for yourself, our local experts will share their passion and knowledge so that you get the most out of your trip.
Dont be a number!
Nobody likes being just a number. When you come on tour with us we get to know you. From sharing stories round the campfire to sharing experiences along the way.
Our groups are small enough to feel like you're exploring on your own, but big enough to have a fun social vibe. Group sizes do vary but in general we have around 8 people on tour. This is a great number to let you get to know each other without just being another face in a crowd.
Small group travel means that you get to be part of the team. Take part in every aspect of your journey, not just the bits where you can push your way to the front.
From being able to see what your guide is talking about to getting up and dancing with the locals. Small group travel allows you to get involved!
Find Hidden Treasures!
Get off the beaten track that houses thousands of others. Find small areas that the larger groups can't get to. From hidden alleyways in Bhaktapur's ancient streets to visiting remote villages high in the Himalayan foot hills. Our small group travels will let you step off the path and make your own trail...
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Whilst the people make up the soul of the country, the Monkeys of Nepal certainly do their best to leave an impression! Seeing monkeys roam the streets, temples and wilds for many of us is exciting! It can also be quite intimidating to interact with them up close. They all have their own personalities, attitudes…
Time to put the computers down and turn our phones off, this weekend we spent it camping in the beautiful, Yorkshire Dales with Callum’s family. Packing up our bags and tent it took around 4 hours on the train from Glasgow to the small hamlet of Dent. This beautiful little hamlet is nestled into the…
Another day out of the office and into the Scottish highlands! Janey and I have tried to get up Ben Lomand twice before. The first time I was recovering after a recent operation on my shoulder and didn’t have enough time to get up so we turned down early. The second time we tried it…
Rhinos have to be one of Nepal’s most spectacular animals. Throughout Asia there are 3 species of Rhino, but only 1 of species lives in the Nepal. The Greater One-Horned Rhinoceros. Nepal is home to 645 of these rhinos as of April 2018. Thanks to Nepal’s zero tolerance of poaching this species is no longer…
Raft, Trek, Explore!
Cultural Home-stays, 5 epic days of Rafting, Day Treks, City Exploration and much more....
For only £2770 pp