Six Wolves’ Kristen Perich departs for Nepal

Kristen Perich, co-founder of production and street casting agency Six Wolves will depart to start a motorcycle travel business in Nepal.The announcement:

Kristen Perich, the co-founder and former director of Sydney-based production and street casting agency, Six Wolves, has announced she has left the pack to start up a motorcycle travel business in Nepal’s Himalayas.

During her time at Six Wolves, Perich was known for working closely with TVC director Jeff Darling as casting director for a number of international and local TVCs. And, after a decade in the creative industry, and gallery curator prior to co-founding Six Wolves, Perich has changed direction and joined forces with a Nepalese local, Junesh Twana, to form Himalayan Motorcycle Adventures (www.himalayanmotorcycleadventures.com). The adventure company leads intrepid travellers on action-packed, motorcycle led journeys through Nepal’s Himalayas.

Commenting on the new venture, Kristen Perich says, “Creating Himalayan Motorcycle Adventures just felt right for my next move in life. I’d say I’m most comfortable when I’m developing fresh challenges and building on new and unique ideas. Junesh had long been entertaining me with stories and images of Nepal. The idea to create our own style of tour, in the way we would like to experience Nepal grew from there.

“Himalayan Motorcycle Adventures is for those who aren’t afraid of a path less travelled, are keen to embrace cultures completely different to their own and above all, are up for one hell of a ride all from the back of an Indian icon, the Royal Enfield Motorcycle”

Himalayan Motorcycle Adventures prices start from AU$3,490.00 land only for 11 or 22 day tours. They also supply a motorbike rider to those who still want to experience the Himalayas by motorcycle, but aren’t licensed to ride and guaranteed to still get the same amazing experience.

For more information on Himalayan Motorcycle Adventures, or to make a booking, please visit www.himalayanmotorcycleadventures.com or call 0416 437 685.

Source: Six Wolves press release

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