Unknown trekking and exclusive tour
A beautiful unknown trekking in Nepal to discover these landscapes, these inhabitants, views of the Himalayas. You will discover the cities of Kathmandu, Pokhara and Bhaktapur where many places are classified as UNESCO World Heritage Sites. During this tour in Nepal, you will cross isolated villages where we will not meet many people. You will discover a life that is not easy, or even difficult as is the case in the village of Ramkot. The objective of this tour in Nepal is to be in the authentic and a route off the beaten track.
You will have the option to add an extension for Chitwan National Park (depending on the number of people for this option).
Exclusive trekking and unknown tour – 10 days
We offer a tour in Nepal to discover this unknown trekking in Nepal. You will discover the middle mountains which will offer you views of the Himalayan range, the Annapurna range. During this stay in Nepal, the hikes will reveal the life of the local population and the mules allowing to serve with goods the less accessible villages. On the road to Birethanti and Tanchok, you will be in touch with an authentic Nepal, uncrowded. The village of Tanchok is located at the foot of the Annapurna. On this occasion, you will have the opportunity to sleep in a lodge overlooking the chain of Annapurna in the village of Birethanti.
We will visit the city of Kathmandu, Pokhara and Bhaktapur where you can admire UNESCO World Heritage sites like Durbar Square in Patan.
A Nepal trip in a small group for an ideal discovery the richness of Nepal. A unique and exclusive tour in Nepal.
- Day 1 : Arrival at Kathmandu – Transfert
Your guide will meet you at the airport. The transfer is arranged for the hotel where you can rest. Depending on the arrival time of your flight, a welcome dinner will be served. You will be accommodated in the heart of the lively Thamel district.
- Day 2 : Katmandou sightseeing
We will start the day with a visit to the Thamel district. We will take a moment to taste Chiya Khayo. It is a traditional tea. Thamel is a shopping district and has been since the Hippie era. It will be a journey back in time. Open your eyes, many little things are happening to the right and left as well as many temples. After this first discovery, it will be time to eat. We will eat momos with a lassi (drinks are not included). For digestion, a little walking.
Cities can be discovered on foot. We will go down south of the district to the temple of Aakask Bhaurav which would have been a palace of the first king of Nepal. From there, we will continue our walk to Durbar Square and the Basantpur Dabali visit. At the end of the afternoon, we go back north of the Thamel district via Indra Chowk. We are in the old city of Kathmandu. It’s never lonely here. At the end of all this excitement, we will rest, in peace, in the dream garden. Return to the hotel, where we will have earned our rest. Welcome lunch if we didn’t have the opportunity to take it when you arrived.
- Day 3 : Kathmandu Est
This day is mainly devoted to discovering the eastern part of Kathmandu city. A day that may be emotionally charged. Indeed, you will have the opportunity to enter deeply into Nepalese traditions and culture during your visit to Pashupatinath, the holy place of Hinduism. Located on the banks of the Bagmati River, the Nepalese people practice cremations according to the Hindu rite on a daily basis. The temple was miraculously spared following the 2015 earthquake. Then, we will walk, always on foot for a better discovery of the city and what it really is, to the stupa Buddhanath passing before by the temples of Shiva Shrine and Gorakhnth.
Buddhanath, also known as Bodnath, is an important Buddhist sanctuary. It is certainly the most appreciated and visited place in Kathmandu. It is one of the largest stupas in the world. After this visit, we will drive to the “Monkey Temple” but the real name is Swayambunath Temple. For a better experience, we will take the stairs allowing an immersion. To end the day, you will be accommodated in a host family where you will have a kitchen lesson to share a true moment with the population.
- Day 4 : Patan – Bandipur
Before taking the road to Bandipur by car (5 hours of driving, 140 kilometers), it is impossible not to visit Duarbar Square in Patan.
Bandipur was once a prosperous village. Perched on a 1,030-metre hillside, Bandipur is a charming village with traditional Newaris houses that has the particularity of being lit by candles once night falls. This ancient city offers a panoramic view of Langtang, the Ganesh Himal, Manaulu and the Annapurna range. In the heart of the bazaar, the temples of Mahalaxmi Mandir and Bindebasini. Take time to enjoy the view! Overnight in a lodge in Bandipur.
- Day 5 : Bandipur – Pokhara
In the morning, we will hike to the village of Ramkot (5 hours round trip). Ramkot is an isolated village away from the world facing the Himalayas. A village populated by barely a few families living almost self-sufficient. The inhabitants are smiling and yet they lack everything. A village that receives no help. Everyone in the village helps each other. To get there, you will observe a still virgin nature and breathtaking landscapes. You will have plenty of time to meditate along the way, we will not meet anyone. You will not forget this unique village.
Return to Bandipur and drive to Pokhara (2 hours, 80 kilometers). We will leave our bags at the hotel and take a short walk along the lake, quietly. The group will spend the evening together, have dinner and share a few beers to discuss each other’s feelings about what each has felt so far. And why not confirm the friendships born after these four days of travel.
- Day 6 : Pokhara – Birethanti
To vary the pleasures, from this day on, a small 4-day trekking tour. A porter will come to join us to relieve the kilos of the bags.
From Pokhara to Birethanti, we will cross the villages of Lumle and Chandrakot. Our route will be along the Modi River. Night in Birethanti in home stay if possible, otherwise in a hotel.
- Day 7 : Birethanti – Majhgaon
Borethanti in the village of Tanchok. Visit of a Gurung house which is now a museum.
Tanchok to the village of Majhgaon where we will spend the night with the locals or in a hotel. We will prefer to stay overnight in home stay as much as possible.
- Day 8 : Majhgaon – Dhampus
From Majhgaon village, it takes about 4 hours to get to Dhampus. During this day, we will have time to enjoy the magnificent views of the Machhapuchhre and the Annapurna Mountains. We will cross the villages of Patlekhet, Gurung and Pothana where we will visit them.
- Day 9 : Dhampus – Pokhara
Today, we will have 1 hour of hiking to the village of Kande, where we will take the car. We will leave our bags at the hotel, while some of us take a shower. After this short time, it will be time to visit the city of Pokhara: the peace stupa perched on the hill, Davis Falls,…
The evening will be free where you can relax, have a drink in a bar with the guide, look for places to eat in the small alleys leading to the lake…
- Day 10 : Pokhara – Kathmandu – Bhaktapur
We will fly to Kathmandu and then go directly to Bhaktapur where the visit is organized. Night in Bhaktapur.
- Day 11 : Departure – Transfert to the airport
The price includes :
- Transfert airport / hotel
- Lodges or hotels during the tour, home stay as soon as possible
- Transportation during the stay
- Meals, three times a day except as specified in the program
- The entrance to the national park, TIMS map,…
- Your guide
- Your carrier
- Welcome dinner and farewell dinner
The price does not include :
- Lunch and dinner in Kathmandu (except for the welcome and farewell meal offered)
- Entrances to monuments and other paying buildings
- Tips for your guide and your carrier
- International and local flights
- And anything not included in “The price includes”
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