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Join CLEAN DRINK Nepal March- 2019
We have 8 spots to fill - booking IS NOW OPEN
Our first trip of 2019 starts in the jungled lowlands of Nepal’s Terai region. This is an area where wild elephants and Bengal tigers compete for space with rhinos and crocodiles. It is also an area ravaged by waterborne illness. After placing water systems with local villages for several days we head north into the terraced mountains of the Himalayan foothills. We will travel beneath the towering escarpments of 8,000 meter peaks. Don’t miss this trip of a lifetime.
Join CLEAN DRINK - Nepal - April 2019
THIS TRIP IS FULLY BOOKED!
The second trip to the Terai and low Himals, this itinerary follows the same path. We will visit communities already using our water treatment systems while placing additional units as we travel. The high point of our route takes us just below Dhualagiri peak, the 6th tallest mountain in the world. Our final days are spent relaxing in the adventure Mecca of Pokhara. If we did our job well, we will get clean water solutions to as many as 2,000 people.
CLEAN DRINK Nepal May- 2019
Join our most ambitious Adventure - BOOKING IS NOW OPEN
If you’re looking for the ultimate experience and don’t mind tackling a daunting challenge, this is the trip for you. Dubbed The Ascent to Muktinath this two-week adventure starts at sea level on the Indian border and climbs to over 12,000 feet to the portal of the Upper Mustang Valley at the ancient mountain hamlet of Muktinath. Available only to experienced off-road motorbike riders, this is our most comprehensive Nepalese experience.
Join CLEAN DRINK - Nepal - Autumn 2019
We have 24 spots to be filled - booking opens April 1st
As the monsoons arrive in the summer months, we suspend our operations. Heavy rains make roads impassible and much of rural Nepal hunkers down to wait out better weather. On the heels of the rains, CLEAN DRINK storms into the country to help provide water purification systems at a time when many communities are most vulnerable. We have three trips planned for October and November of 2019. Be ready to grab your spot on April 1st.