Hardcore Nepal Day Tours Kathmandu

Our Family of Adventure Tour companies in Nepal and USA

Hardcore Nepal is part of BK Adventure Brands, an international adventure outfitter.  If you are interested in kayaking or camping in the USA, be sure to contact BK Adventure.   For Nepal volunteer treks, check out Trekt Himalaya. 

Bioluminescence in Florida Kayaking Tours

BK Adventure of Florida, USA specializing in Bioluminescence Kayak Tours.  They are the #1 bioluminescent tour provider in the United States.  BK Adventure also provides mountain biking tours and other eco-tours throughout the state of Florida.  The company has 25 guides who are experts on Florida wildlife.  They love showing guests the best of the unique biodiversity of Florida.

On river tours like the Econlockhatchee, kayakers look for native American mounds that were left hundreds of years ago.  On the Indian River, near the Atlantic ocean, paddlers get up close and personal with Florida manatees and dolphins.  To find out more about BK Adventure, click here.






nepal medical volunteering nurses and doctorsTrekt Himalaya is BK Adventures Brands most popular Nepal program due to the success of its volunteer treks like Medical Trek Nepal.  This brand started in 2012, and quickly became the top volunteer trek event in Nepal.  Today, Medical Trek does 9-10 treks per year (nearly every month except monsoon), and helps 800 to 1000 Nepal villagers receive free medical care with each trek.  Trekt Himalaya is proud to have had volunteers representing Australia, New Zealand, Belgium, UK, Ireland, France, Netherlands, Canada, Italy, Poland, USA, Emirates, Iran and many other generous nations. 

In 2016, Trekt Himalaya launched a new initiative, Teaching Trek Nepal, which helps village children in remote regions get school supplies, clothes and lessons through the volunteers who trek with us.   Volunteers are welcome from around the world, and need not be certified as a teacher.  The mission of Teaching Trek Nepal is to help children from Chhepang communities, and other marginalized children, get clothes and supplies.