Linked with Megh Ale – Nepal.

The magic of Asia is impossible to ignore, from the highest mountains in the world, dense jungle to the beaches of Sri Lanka, Asia offers you one of the planet’s most diverse and exotic adventure travel destinations. We have spent our lives roaming the globe in search of the ultimate outdoor wilderness experiences, now we’d like to show you the adventure of a lifetime. The Borderland has pioneered the opening of many new and exciting locations in Nepal and Sri Lanka these journeys of discovery and we believe that we offer the adventure seeker one of the finest experiences to be found. From all of us, we welcome you to experience the Borderland … (About 1/2).

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Contat: Borderlands, Tel. + 94 11 (4410110), +94 11 (2504602), Fax : +94 11 (2501274), e-mail one,
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The Staff: We believe diversity is the key; our facilitators range from teachers and musicians to corporate executives, all professionally trained, creating a staff dedicated to providing a safe environment together with a rewarding experience. Our instructors are educators, not guides. They are committed to inspiring participants to explore and develop their understanding of wilderness ethics, leadership, teamwork, natural history, and technical skills.

‘We are seasoned, mature, responsible and experts in the field. Your safety and enjoyment are our primary concern.’

High adventure is our lifeblood so our people are highly motivated individuals who know the value of close personal attention and teamwork. Many combined years of corporate training experience in Nepal, the U.K., Canada, the U.S. and India help us bring to you an experience that will broaden your horizons and introduce a wealth of new ideas and approaches to your life.

The 23 staff members plus Mayalu: … (full text).

… The two main people behind The Borderland are Megh Ale and Wade Campbell. Megh Ale is the Managing Director of our Nepal operations and is one of Nepal’s leading figures in rafting. Having spent several years working and exploring the rivers and jungles of Nepal, including four years at the Royal Bardiya National Park as a naturalist, Megh is always ready to share his deep understanding of Nepal and its myriad of cultures, plants and animals. He is the founder and president of the NRCT, Nepal River Conservation Trust and the Managing Director of Ultimate Descents Nepal. (About 2/2).

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