Makingtrax International

Posted June 7, 2019

Nepal is a destination that adventurers like myself dream about. Just the thought invokes my imagination of the mighty Himalayas, ancient  buddha and unreal whitewater. But a destination as a wheelchair user that's going to be a challenge. 

Pankaj first mentioned the idea when we meet at the 2nd international summit on accessible tourism last October in Brussels where we were both speakers on adventure based inclusive tourism. Pankaj a believer in posibilities put together a full schedule for my visit. An introduction to all the activities that Four Season Travel & Tours Nepal offers, presentations with the travel industry, introductions and visit to the rehab centre and independent living centre in Kathmandu, plus a meeting with the Nepal Tourism Board. Over two weeks I investigated inclusive tourism Nepal.

Paragliding Pokhara, rafting the Trisuli and a safari in Chitwan provided fuel for my desires. Waiting for Annapurna at sunset to sharing moments in ancient Kathmandu, Nepal is a destination that empowers you from the inside. Although Nepal is not the most accessible destination on earth, it is one of the most spectacular, has some of the most friendliest people, holds the most ancient history and is one of the most adventurous. Traveling Nepal is for the open minded traveller who doesn't mind bending their limits. The rewards of my adventure were only heightened by its challenges.

Makingtrax is proud to be working alongside Four Seasons Travel & Tours, who have the skills, equipment, knowledge and expertise to provide any adventurer an experience of a lifetime. Makingtrax assists in the background taking care of the unknown and making sure your trip is tailored to your needs and preferences. We are also proud to be assisting Nepal Tourism Board with accessible infrastructure, ramps, roll/walkways, public toilets and information in regards to hotel accessibility.

Nepal is ready for you Makingtrax for details on your adventure 

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