The home of the very best outdoor adventure trips for schools. We approach all aspects of what we do in a very individual and responsive way to the benefit of you and your students. With over 20 years of experience we believe our special blend of a great location, modern rafting equipment, as well as superb staff, combine to offer the best possible outdoor and adventurous activity experiences with the highest priority given to safety for your school trip.
Every trip combines adventure activities, rafting, hiking and accommodation in stunning locations. Trips are perfect for those who want to go beyond the "tourist trail" and explore the Himalaya's finest highlights, plus, numerous hidden treasures that other operators don't reach.
Trips vary in length from 1 to 10 days and include tasty meals, all transport and accommodation.
A trusted and professional operator
Himalayan River Runners is strongly established as a professional, reliable and innovative provider of student tours and has been showing clients the best parts of the Himalaya’s for over 20 years.
We adhere to the highest levels of safety and service and our professionally trained guides are carefully chosen to ensure they match the tour group and any specific needs.
We have a range of itineraries to suit your needs and can work with you to tailor something to your needs. If you have any questions or are interested in discussing more options with us don't hesitate to contact us.
- Easy rafting on the Ganges
- Trekking /Rappelling
- Kayaking on a placid stretch of river
- Day hikes / overnight hikes
- Rope Course
Using, ropes and wooden beams strung among trees, teams explore risk taking, leadership and communication. The low ropes course adventure also highlights problem-solving, coaching and collaboration.
The low ropes elements are close to the ground so the perceived risk is low, but still challenging to complete. Participants walk tightropes, negotiate obstacles, climb walls, and pass teammates through a giant web.
Participants gradually expand their comfort zones (sometimes dramatically) and recognize fears that may block personal and professional achievement. Each challenge draws upon team members to actively support each other.
The discussion following each challenge differs in length and depth depending on the group’s goals for the day. Some find a high-five and a quick acknowledgment of successes sufficient before moving on. Other teams take the time to connect the group process skills and team dynamics back to the work environment relationships.