A Glimpse of Nepal Trek

The age old temples and stupa’s are very much an integral part of the people’s daily life, the fabric that brings people together to celebrate festivals

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Nepal, a small country nestled in the laps of the mighty Himalayas is a life in perpetual chaos of age-old architecture and art, bells, deep chants, colorful prayer flags and endless smiles. Nepal is known throughout the world for the Himalayas, land of the Everest, eight of the world’s highest mountains but the experience is not merely about the mountains.

Kathmandu Valley is the gateway to this amazing Himalayan nation, a city in transit, boasting of seven-world heritage site, but not merely objects of observation. The age old temples and stupa’s are very much an integral part of the people’s daily life, the fabric that brings people together to celebrate festivals, pass on culture to the new generations, and practice their religious beliefs, in total harmony.

Appreciating life in the Himalayas is about taking a step back leaving behind all pre-notions about a blissful life. Travelling outside Kathmandu Valley might possibly be your first love for the the Himalayas. Pokhara in particular is a small lake town where you can wake up to the beautiful sunrise over the Annapurna mountains and enjoy a host of light adventure activities like boating on the lake, hiking, paragliding, ultralite, zipline, etc through out the day, or possibly enjoy a relaxed few days doing little if you have gone out for a trek.

Trip destination : Upper Mustang

Transportation: Domestic flight and tourist bus

Trip duration : 15 days

Accommodation : Tea house and lodge

Best season : March ,May, September, November

Max altitude : 4200m

Price includes
*Airport\Hotel\Airport pick up and drop by private car \van \bus
*Standard twin sharing accommodation in Kathmandu hotel breakfast included.as per itinerary
*All meal during trip (breakfast ,dinner, lunch, tea)
*Trip area permits
*All our government taxes
*English speaking guides and Sherpa on hire
*porters to carry your luggage during trek
*Transportation for bikes
*Official expense like telephone ,internet, fax etc
*Food , accommodation, salary, insurance ,equipment, and medicine for all staff.

Price Excludes
*Lunch and dinner whilst in Kathmandu
*personal travel insurance (compulsory)
*International airfare and airport departure tax
*Nepal entry visa fee(US$ 30 per person) you obtain a visa easily upon your arrival at Tribhuwan International airport Kathmandu for 60 days from date of issue, you will required 2 passport size photo.
*Alcoholic and hot and cold drinks
*Personal biking Equipment
*Tips for guide and staff and drivers

Itinerary

  • Day 1
    Arrival in Kathmandu, Overnight in Kathmandu
    Upon arrival to Kathmandu our office representative will meet and assist you and transfer you to the hotel.Overnight at hotel in Kathmandu.
  • Day 2
    Kathmandu Sightseeing
    After breakfast, we first head out to Pashupatinath temple and pay our respects to the Lord Shiva, a World Heritage site and a very important Hindu shrine. From here, we now drive to Kathmandu Durbar Square, another World Heritage Site which has been badly devastated during the April 25th earthquake. We have a 1-hour break for lunch and then go to Swayambhunath Stupa, also popularly known as the Monkey temple among tourists, another World Hertiage Site, an ancient Bhuddhist religious architecture atop a hill. We then visit Boudhanath Stupa, where you will meet the Tibetan community of Kathmandu Valley as their do their evening Kora (rounds of the stupa in a clockwise manner) while we then enjoy dinner as the sun sets over the stupa.
  • Day 3
    Patan & Bhaktapur Sightseeing
    After breakfast, we visit Patan Durbar Square, a World Heritage site, best known for its rich cultural heritage, particularly its tradition of arts and craft. It is also called as city of festival and feast, fine ancient art, making of metallic and stone carving statue. Then a visit to the museum, considered to be one of the best in Asia, and to the surrounding areas. We first have lunch after arrival in Bhaktpur after a 45 minutes drive. The whole day is spent admiring the beautiful architecture, woodcraft of this ancient city and its people. We then drive back to Kathmandu for dinner.
  • Day 4
    Pokhara
    After breakfast, we head out to Pokhara, a short 25 minutes flight. Remember to take the right aisle seats to get a view of the majestic Himalayas; Langtang, Manaslu and the Annapurna Range. After checking into the hotel and freshening up, we start our afternoon tour and visit the International Mountain Museum, Tibetan Monastery, Mahendra Cave, Davis Fall. Evening dinner is by the lake side.
  • Day 5
    Pokhara
    Early morning day as we drive upto Sarangkot, 30 minutes to get a panoramic sunrise view of the Annapurna. After sunrise, we will come down for breakfast and we will keep the first half open for light adventure activities such as zipline, paragliding, ultra lite, etc. After lunch, rest for a while and take a boat to the other side of the lake and a 1-hour hike upto the Peace Pagoda to get a birds eye view of the phewa lake, Pokhara Valley and the Annapurna. We then hike down again through another route and end the day in lake side. Dinner is at Lakeside.
  • Day 6
    Drive to Bandipur
    After breakfast, we drive out of Pokhara and head towards Bandipur, a 3 hours drive to Bandipur, a beautiful Newari settlement atop a hill that will give you a good glimpse of the village life. The drive itself is also interesting as it will allow you to see a different side of Nepal, which is not possible to feel when flying. After lunch, a guided walk to the village. Dinner at the Resort.
  • Day 7
    Drive to Kathmandu
    Breakfast at the resort and we will head back to Thamel, Kathmandu to arrive in Kathmandu for Lunch. After Lunch, rest of the day is free for shopping. In the evening, we have a Nepali dinner with Nepali dance.
  • Day 8
    Departure
    Departure according to flight schedule.

Itinerary

Day 1Arrival in Kathmandu, Overnight in Kathmandu
Upon arrival to Kathmandu our office representative will meet and assist you and transfer you to the hotel.Overnight at hotel in Kathmandu.

Day 2: Kathmandu Sightseeing
After breakfast, we first head out to Pashupatinath temple and pay our respects to the Lord Shiva, a World Heritage site and a very important Hindu shrine. From here, we now drive to Kathmandu Durbar Square, another World Heritage Site which has been badly devastated during the April 25th earthquake. We have a 1-hour break for lunch and then go to Swayambhunath Stupa, also popularly known as the Monkey temple among tourists, another World Hertiage Site, an ancient Bhuddhist religious architecture atop a hill. We then visit Boudhanath Stupa, where you will meet the Tibetan community of Kathmandu Valley as their do their evening Kora (rounds of the stupa in a clockwise manner) while we then enjoy dinner as the sun sets over the stupa.

Day 3: Patan & Bhaktapur Sightseeing
After breakfast, we visit Patan Durbar Square, a World Heritage site, best known for its rich cultural heritage, particularly its tradition of arts and craft. It is also called as city of festival and feast, fine ancient art, making of metallic and stone carving statue. Then a visit to the museum, considered to be one of the best in Asia, and to the surrounding areas. We first have lunch after arrival in Bhaktpur after a 45 minutes drive. The whole day is spent admiring the beautiful architecture, woodcraft of this ancient city and its people. We then drive back to Kathmandu for dinner.

Day 4: Pokhara
After breakfast, we head out to Pokhara, a short 25 minutes flight. Remember to take the right aisle seats to get a view of the majestic Himalayas; Langtang, Manaslu and the Annapurna Range. After checking into the hotel and freshening up, we start our afternoon tour and visit the International Mountain Museum, Tibetan Monastery, Mahendra Cave, Davis Fall. Evening dinner is by the lake side.

Day 5: Pokhara
Early morning day as we drive upto Sarangkot, 30 minutes to get a panoramic sunrise view of the Annapurna. After sunrise, we will come down for breakfast and we will keep the first half open for light adventure activities such as zipline, paragliding, ultra lite, etc. After lunch, rest for a while and take a boat to the other side of the lake and a 1-hour hike upto the Peace Pagoda to get a birds eye view of the phewa lake, Pokhara Valley and the Annapurna. We then hike down again through another route and end the day in lake side. Dinner is at Lakeside.

Day 6: Drive to Bandipur
After breakfast, we drive out of Pokhara and head towards Bandipur, a 3 hours drive to Bandipur, a beautiful Newari settlement atop a hill that will give you a good glimpse of the village life. The drive itself is also interesting as it will allow you to see a different side of Nepal, which is not possible to feel when flying. After lunch, a guided walk to the village. Dinner at the Resort.

Day 7: Drive to Kathmandu
Breakfast at the resort and we will head back to Thamel, Kathmandu to arrive in Kathmandu for Lunch. After Lunch, rest of the day is free for shopping. In the evening, we have a Nepali dinner with Nepali dance.

Day 8: Departure
Departure according to flight schedule.

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