The Himalaya form Nepal’s backbone and provide a rugged backdrop to a variety of trekking options. Our specialists have spent much of their time exploring the region on foot and can advise on the best trails to follow depending on your ability and preferences.

Our itinerary ideas are inspired by routes that we have particularly enjoyed and that showcase the true spirit of Nepal. These holiday suggestions also work as an informed starting point and can be used as a springboard for your own holidays ideas.

Children of all ages, from babies to teenagers, will love the sights and activities of Nepal. It can be a chaotic and challenging country to travel around in some respects (the busy cities, the traffic, the long travel distances), but with good planning, you can have a best holidays ideas that will keep every member entertained. Here are some top picks.

Best Tips & Local Advice

  • Take domestic flights to save valuable time. The flights are scenic, too!
  • If traveling during the monsoon (June to Aug), stick to the cities and cultural sites
  • Trekking and water sports are best from March to May & September to November
  • Focus on one region: although Nepal’s a small country, poor roads & mountainous terrain can lead to longer travel times and unexpected delays

Besides these classic tourist attractions, the Durbar Square in Patan, the grand Stupa in Boudhanath and the typical mountain life in Gorkha are equally sensational landmarks for those looking to discover the profound, typical and authentic aspects of Nepal. A trip to Kathmandu is the ideal opportunity to follow the trails of a tiger in Chitwan National Park as well as in Bardiya National Park.

So, it’s now up to you to decide which of these ideas will inspire your upcoming trip to Nepal!

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Student & Youth Travel

Our Student & Youth Travel are specifically crafted to suit those looking to travel shorter distances but gain a full

Bike Hike Raft Adventure

Nepal Tours have designed a range of adventure in one place like Bike Hike Raft Adventure combinations of activities, and

Wedding Anniversary Tour

Wedding anniversary tour really are the ideal way to celebrate years gone by while adding another loving memory to your

Nepal Hunting Safari

Nepal Hunting Safari Packages for Blue Sheep and Himalayan Tahr in the hunting areas Gustang, Barse, Fagune, Dogadi. Southern areas

Chitwan Jungle Safari Tour

Chitwan jungle safari tour is one of most popular adventure wildlife tours for those who has dream to see wild

Everest Base Camp Helicopter Tour

Everest Base Camp Helicopter Tour is direct fly from Kathmandu to Everest Base camp by helicopter to see Mt Everest.

Explore Photography Adventure

An explore photography adventure designed by photographers for photographers. No trekking required, just great moments for you and your camera.

Red Panda Eco Trip

At Nepal Tours, Red Panda ecotrip adventure is not your typical tour, it requires a moderate level of physical fitness,

Honey Hunting Adventure

Honey hunting adventure is one of the newly develop adventure tour in Nepal that form part of the ancient culture

Disabled Holidays

Do you require disabled holidays, wheelchair access, have difficulty walking long distances or need guaranteed-accessible accommodation?.  Nepal Tours provide 100%

Everest Mountain Flight

Scenic Mountain Flight to Mount Everest don’t actually circle the mountain, nor do they fly over Everest’s peak. Instead, you’ll

 

Tourism in Nepal is safe and will remain safe. The Popular tourism destination like Kathmandu, Pokhara, Chitwan, Everest region, Annapurna region, Langtang region, etc. are considered very safe regions. These days a Bandha is rare. The Bandh is a strike called by any political party. However you can expect some change in the itinerary if a Transport strike is called by a political party. Such strike has zero effect in sight seeing in Kathmandu valley or trekking.

The illegal Trekking or Travel agency, trekking operator / tour operator, Individual trekking guide /freelancer, personal website creator for tourism activities are only concerned with their own wealth and often pay their trekking staff very less and in most occasion don’t offer them insurance, proper equipment or any other kind of support so concerning all the adventure trip so to choose the government registered Nepal trekking or travel company is one of the best scheme to concrete your dream in to the reality.

Known as the land of snowy peaks, incredible landscapes, and impressive mountains, Nepal is a country that has culture, adventure, and adrenaline rolled into one. Home to ten of the highest peaks in the world, it is no wonder that this place is frequented by adventure junkies from all over the world. However, during our trip to Nepal, what surprised me the most was the fact that beyond the mighty Himalayan mountains, the country itself is incredibly diverse and lush. Offering tourists a wide array of things to do, Nepal is a country that didn’t disappoint.

1.Before Visiting to Nepal.
Before you head off on your Nepal tour, there are some things you should consider knowing and having, to save you from a bad experience whilst in this stunningly beautiful Himalayan kingdom. Travel insurance, while not a requirement in Neal, is a good thing to have just in case something untoward happens, such as having your wallet stolen or needing hospital care. A good travel insurance does not cost a lot, and can save your life if things go wrong in Nepal. Hospitals in Nepal are not free, and you will need to show an ability to make the payments first. All of the hospitals have affiliations with the major insurance companies, and can quickly and easily validate and verify your travel insurance to take care of the bill, or transfer you to another country or even home, in severe cases.

2. Social Etiquette in Nepal
First and foremost, you‘ll want to know how to greet the locals. The traditional manner of greeting in Nepal involves placing your palms together in a prayer style and saying “namaste” or “namaskar”. Address anyone older than you with respect using the terms “dai” for men and “didi” for women. And avoid stepping over someone‘s outstretched legs or touching anyone with your feet as these are considered impolite.

3. Water Safety in Nepal
If you plan on staying in Nepal for a while, you may want to pack a boiling pan and filter for the tap water. Water from the tap is not safe for consumption, even if it‘s from your hotel. Remember to also avoid fruit that may have been washed in contaminated water or drinking soft drinks with ice in them, as the ice may have been made from tap water. Stick to bottled water, which can be found in just about every store in the country.

4. Solo women trekking in Himalaya Nepal
Solo trekking not recommends for any female traveler to the Himalayas because of the safety point of views, illness and accidents. It is better to search and find the travel mate or to join the group with fix departure with other trekking agency or hire a guide or porter for safety that helpful to know the local people, language, culture and lifestyle.

When is the best time to trek Nepal is a tricky question; the summer monsoon (June – Sept), though brings growth and freshness, but is sadly best avoided by trekkers. Nepal might be one of the smallest countries in the world, but it is also the land of the extremes. The country’s terrain ranges from the fertile Terai region at 700 meters to the highest point on earth, the Everest at 8848 meters. This diversity also applies to the weather pattern or the seasons of the country.  The Terai region of the country is humid for most of the year where the temperature can rise up to 45 degrees Celsius during summer. The middle hilly region has a moderate climate with pleasant weather all year around. The northern Himalayan region has an alpine climate with very cold winters and huge drops in temperature over 3300 meters.

There are two main trekking seasons in Nepal: the spring, late March and April, which is beautiful because the rhododendrons and other flowers are in full bloom and the days are longer, and autumn, which starts in late September through to early November. The autumn is colder and the days are shorter, but you get much better clarity with really clear skies. November and December are perfectly good skies for trekking, but it will be colder; the upside is that the normally very busy trails, like Annapurna Base Camp and Everest Base Camp, will be much less busy then.

Technically you can go trekking in Nepal at any time of the year. There are no restrictions. However, each season in Nepal will deliver a different looking landscape, environment and experience. Trekkers in spring enjoying Upper Mustang Trekking. You’ll also need to prepare a little bit differently depending on what month or season you planning to go trekking (don’t worry we cover that here along with climate change issues). The most popular times with optimal trekking experiences are divided into four “peak seasons”.

Autumn (September-November)
Autumn season is considered as the best trekking season for the trekking in Nepal.  September, October and November are fall in this trekking season in Nepal. During in this season offers excellent weather and tantalizing mountain views. Temperature is moderate, making it a good time for any trekking. The sky is generally clear with outstanding views. Occasionally short storms may dump considerable snow at high altitudes.

Winter (December-February)
Generally, the days are clear in winter season in Nepal. December, January and February months are cold days in mountain. In winter season in Nepal is usually snow fall in the higher elevations with risk winds and colder temperatures. Hence is ideal for trekking in the lower elevation. If you are looking for suitable and incredible scenery, this is a great time to Trek in lower elevations.

Spring (March-May)
Spring season in Nepal is also considered as the best season to do the trekking and mountain climbing. In this season offers different varieties of wild flora blossoming of the giant rhododendrons above 3000m and hunting paradise during this season, which makes higher altitude trekking more comfortable and interesting. It is mildly warm at lower elevations and quite moderate temperature at higher elevation over 4000m, which provides spectacular and excellent Mountains view. March, April and May months are fall in this trekking season in Nepal

Summer (June-August)
June, July and August months are main rainy season in Nepal and involves monsoon with heavy rainfall which makes trekking conditions unfavorable.This season is ideal time for trekking and tour to Tibet however, in some Trekking regions of Nepal connecting to Tibet and desert parts of Nepal like Mustang, Nar-Phu valley and Dolpo region are best season to do trekking which is summer trekking a great alternative behind the Himalayas rain shadow area.

Nepal Tours advice:
There are two major factors to weigh as you decide when to go to Nepal: crowds and weather. As a general rule, the better the weather, the more people come to Nepal to go trekking. During the high tourist season in October and November, flights and hotels are fully booked and hotels and trails in the hills can be horrendously busy.  During autumn the nights are cold in the mountains, but the bright sun makes for pleasant day temperatures – in the high 20s° C, falling to 5° C at night, between 2500 meters and 3500 meters. At higher altitudes temperatures range from about 20° C down to -10° C. Mornings are usually clear with clouds building up during the afternoon, disappearing at night to reveal spectacular starry skies.

Whilst it’s possible to trek all year-round in Nepal, the best time to trek Nepal is in the peak seasons as they are warmer and provide the best opportunity for clear vistas.  If you don’t like the thought of the crowds then we would suggest taking other less-trodden routes such as the Gokyo Lakes Trek to Everest Base Camp. Most tour companies will not trek during the off-peak seasons and you will need to find alternative guidance. At Nepal Tours, we can arrange private treks during the off-peak seasons but would advise only experienced trekkers to trek Nepal in the winter period as the temperatures get very low and many routes will be snow covered.

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An Everest Base Camp trek offers the perfect trifecta as far as adventure travel goes. Big mountains, incredible culture, and for most people, a decent physical challenge that leaves you feeling proud and in better shape than when you started.

There are three different permits you need to Everest Base Camp Trek. Trekkers Information management System (TIMs), Sagarmatha National park entry permits and another one is Khumbu Pasang Lhamu Rural Municipality fee.

There are two ways to go about your trek to Everest Base Camp: Independent or Guided, and both options offer their pros and cons. Everest Base Camp trek planning can be a lot of work – from permits, accommodations, transportation, and more – there are a lot of logistics to consider before and during your trek.

Everest Area Type:

National Park Trekking routes in the Everest region lie within Sagarmatha National Park. Foreigners are required to obtain a Sagarmatha National Park entry permit as well as a TIMS card to trek in the Everest Region.

Permits and Fees in the Everest Region:

  1. Sagarmatha National Park entry permit fee for foreigners: 3,000 NPR + 13% VAT, totaling 3,390 NPR (Approx. US $34). Sagarmatha National Park entry permit fee for SAARC nationals: 1,500 NPR
  2. Khumbu Pasang Lhamu Rural Municipality of Solukhumbu district has started levying entrance fee of Rs 2,000 (approximately $20) on every foreigner entering the rural municipality from October 1, 2018
  3. TIMS permit: 2,000 NPR (Approx. US $20)

Where to get the permit for Everest Basecamp Trekking:

  • Sagarmatha National Park entry permit can be purchased in the Nepal Tourism Board Office on Pradarshani Marg, Kathmandu, Tel: +977 1 4256909.
  • While Khumbu Pasang Lhamu Rural Municipality fee needs to be deposited at the Lukla Check Post.
  • Contact [email protected] if you wish assistance from us at extra 10% Service fee.

If you travel from Jiri to Everest Base Camp. You mist carry the Gaurishankar Conservation Area Project (GCAP) Entry Permit

Gaurishankar Conservation Area Project (GCAP) Entry Permit:

Certain parts of Jiri to Everest Base Camp is protected under Gaurishankar Conservation Area Project. So you need to obtain the entry permit. It will cost Rs 3000 for both organized and independent trekker and you have to issue this in Tourism Board Kathmandu.

Where to get the permit:
Kathmandu: Permits and TIMS cards can be purchased in the Nepal Tourism Board Office on Pradarshani Marg, Kathmandu, Tel: +977 1 4256909. (*If you book with Adventure Connexion trekking agency we will arrange these for you. )

Finally: There are two main seasons to trek to Everest Base Camp in Autumn (October-November) and Spring (April-May). So don’t let go this opportunity to trek to the roof of the world!!!.  Being a number one travel agency in Kathmandu, Nepal, we, Adventure Connexion serve you this 14 Days Everest Base Camp Trek in Nepal or If you would like to read about the details for Everest Base Camp then click on the Everest Base Camp office website:

Come! Let’s explore the Everest region!

If you are looking for best short hikes Pokhara, one of the attractive city, you can do short trek around. After boating, you can go to Shanti Stupa. It is located as a bar of Phewa lake, from there we can see whole Pokhara’s view with reflecting snow covered mountain range on the Phewa Lake, balloonists on the sky & panoramic view. Pokhara, the beautiful lake city, is one of the most beloved destination as if offers you panoramic view of high mountains like Annapurna, Machhapuchre, Dhaulagiri, Lamjung Himal, etc. There is a wide choice of trails in the mountains around Pokhara. We have listed down 3 short treks around Pokhara:

The Ghorepani Poon Hill Trek – 5 Days

Pokhara Holiday Packages

It is a popular trail that lies in the Annapurna Region. The trekking to Ghorepani Poon Hill is also known popularly known as Annapurna Balcony Trekking. The trekking routes to this area covers abundant areas of the Annapurna Circuit. The trekking trial is a colorful short route within Annapurna region, which winds through patchwork valleys, dense mossy forests and past icy waterfalls. The trial passes through magnificent rhododendron forests and beautiful indigenous Magar and Gurung Villages where you can witness and live their culture and tradition. Ghorepani Poon Hill Trekking is the best trekking destination for trekkers who wish to explore the combination of culture, lifestyle of Nepalese people along with incredible views, sunrise and sunset of Himalaya.  Poon Hill Trek offers you phenomenal panoramic view of captivating Himalayas including Annapurna South, Annapurna I, Annapurna II, III, and IV, Dhaulagiri, Lamjung Himal, Gangapurna, and Manaslu ranges among few others.

Dhampus Sarangkot Trek – 3 Days from Pokhara.

Family Vacations & Family Adventures Tour in Nepal
Family Vacations & Family Adventures Tour in Nepal

Dhampus Trek offers you amazing views of the north of Annapurna ranges including the Dhaulagiri, Fishtail etc mountains, beautiful sunset and sunrise on the Himalayas , countryside experience. This classic 3 days trek Pokhara is short yet rewarding and provides you an opportunity to experience the countryside experience in Nepal. Dhampus is a mountain view point as well as a small Gurung ethnic village. Pokhara Dhampus Trek is also a gateway to Annapurna Conservation Area.

 

Begnas Thulokote Day Hiking – 1 Day

Begnas Lake
Begnas Lake

Explore a pristine part of the Pokhara region with your own private guide on a full-day tour that features the Begnas Thulokote trek. Hike for several hours, pass through picturesque rural villages, and take in sweeping views of Annapurna and Fishtail Range, Pokhara Valley, Phewa Lake, and Begnas Lake. You’ll also cross Begnas Lake by boat and have the option to purchase lunch at Begnas Lake Resort. Includes private guide and transportation, boat ride, and hotel pickup and drop-off.

Read more about Private Begnas Thulokot Hike and Full-Day Tour

 

Pokhara to Muktinath Jeep Tour – 4 days from Pokhara

Muktinath Tour Package
Muktinath Tour Package

The tour can be considered as one of my sweetest, most unforgettable and the most popular tour in Nepal. It not only provides a view of diverse landscapes with mountains, cultures and rural habitat of Nepalese people along the route but also a peace of mind, soul and spiritual happiness. The place itself is so pure and loving that nobody remains unhappy, bored and unemotionally attached. It is rich not only in natural beauty but also full of loving, caring, trustworthy and innocent people. If you don’t like to go by drive then you can choose the Jomsom Muktinath by flight service or Muktinath Charter helicopter service.

4 Days Trek To Poon Hill from Pokhara.

Ghorepani Poon Hill Trek
Ghorepani Poon Hill Trek

The Poon Hill Trek 4 days brings you to the beauty of the Annapurna Himalayas. This short but extraordinary trek is perfect for any type of traveler and is graded as an easy trek/hike. One of the most spectacular treks the Poon Hill trek 3 nights 4 days promises you an unforgettable journey with some of the world’s most amazing views. The goal of this trek is to reach the Poon Hill viewpoint, about a 45 minutes upwards hike from the Ghorepani village. Witnessing the sunrise over the Annapurna mountain range is absolutely breathtaking, so be sure to bring your camera!

 

Luxury Trekking From Pokhara – 5 days

Short Hikes Pokhara

Annapurna Luxury trek begins from the heaven of Earth that is Pokhara towards the beautiful Gurung villages. Further, Trek will lead you to Ghanduk (best village of Nepal) where the local people welcome you. You can now experience the real taste of typical local culture and spectacular views of natural sceneries staying in luxury hotels. Nepal Tours provide you a safe trip with a best co-operative service in high level of comfort. For the Annapurna Luxury Trek. You can click to see the details.

Family Lodge Trek From Pokhara

Best Family Treks & tours in Nepal
Best Family Treks & tours in Nepal

There are many different pathways through the incredible Annapurna Mountains. Some of these treks are quite challenging and designed for the experienced trekker. Others are easier and are ideal for beginners, people with young families or those who have artificial joints. The Annapurna Panorama Lodge Trekking is an easier trek that doesn’t skimp on natural beauty or scenic opportunities. Even experienced trekkers will enjoy the superb beauty of this trek. Planning an adventure travel in Nepal with your family? There are plenty of family lodge trek options in Nepal where you can take your family for a vacation. Although previous family trekking and camping experience will be highly helpful, nevertheless with the help of experienced kid-friendly guides you can easily trek in Nepal. Looking for a day hike in Pokhara? Do you want a short trek in Pokhara? Are you looking for a family trekking in Pokhara? If yes, then choose Australian Camp trek.

Finally if you are in around to Pokhara and  you would like to see things to do in Pokhara. Please visit this link:

Pokhara is one of the most popular tourist destinations in Nepal. Many tourists visit Pokhara Valley to see the Himalayan range and lakes. Pokhara is also famous for boating, trekking, rafting, ultralight flight, paragliding and extreme sports like whitewate rafting, canoying and bungee jumping.

Pokhara is one of those charming cities that always attracts travelers where you can easily stay longer than you planned. Located on the banks of Lake Phewa, the city is surrounded by impressive mountains and peaks, with some of the best trekking routes in the world. In addition to stunning hikes and lakes, this popular destination has a wide range of culture and leisure activities, such as markets, pagodas, cafés and restaurants offering delicious Nepalese food.

Here are the few things What is Special in Pokhara:

Things To Do in Pokhara

Ghandruk Trek

The Ghandruk trek is most popular for wonderful Gurung culture, the beautiful village, geographical differences and the fantastic views of

Begnas Thulokote Hiking - 1 Day

Begnas Thulokote Hiking is also a part of famous Royal Trek in Nepal. This day trek is a less explored

Pokhara to Muktinath Jeep Tour

Pokhara to Muktinath Jeep Tour is one of the paradises on the earth with tantalizing view of towering Himalaya which

Poon Hill Trek - 4 Days

Poon Hill Trek is the shortest trek for the people with the limited time. The 4 days Poon Hill Trek offers an outstanding

Pokhara to Annapurna Helicopter Tour

Pokhara to Annapurna Helicopter Tour cost start from $2100 for private charter (Maximum 4 person) for 1 and half hours

3 Days Trek Pokhara

This 3 Days Trek Pokhara is short but quite a rewarding trekking around Pokhara. Dhampus Sarangkot Hiking is an incredible

2 Days Trek Pokhara

2 Days Trek Pokhara for busy people who want to have a Himalayan hiking experience during their short holiday or

Heli Sightseeing Pokhara

With Nepal Tours quality and assurance, you can choose your special 30 minute Pokhara helicopter tour! The best prices, 3

Pokhara Day Tour

Pokhara Day Tour lets you experience all the major highlights of Pokhara in just a single day. Visit David's fall,

Nepal is located in South Asia between China in the north and India in the south, east and west. While the total land area is 147,181 sq. km including water area of the country that is 3,830 sq. km. The geographical coordinates are 28°00′N 84°00′E. Nepal falls in the temperate zone north of the Tropic of Cancer.Nepal’s ecological zones run east to west about 800 km along its Himalayan axis, 150 to 250 km north to south, and is vertically intersected by the river systems. The country can be divided into three main geographical regions: Himalayan region, mid hill region and Terai region. The highest point in the country is Mt. Everest (8,848 m) while the lowest point is in the Terai plains of Kechana Kalan in Jhapa (60 m).

The Constitution of Nepal, adopted in 2015, establishes Nepal as a federal secular parliamentary republic divided into seven provinces. Nepal was admitted to the United Nations in 1955, and friendship treaties were signed with India in 1950 and the People’s Republic of China in 1960. Nepal hosts the permanent secretariat of the South Asian Association for Regional Cooperation (SAARC), of which it is a founding member. Nepal is also a member of the Non Aligned Movement and the Bay of Bengal Initiative. The military of Nepal is the fifth largest in South Asia; it is notable for its Gurkha history, particularly during the world wars, and has been a significant contributor to United Nations peacekeeping operations.

Nepal Tourism Board:
Nepal Tourism Board is a national tourism organization of Nepal established in 1998 by an Act of Parliament in the form of partnership between the Government of Nepal and private sector tourism industry to develop and market Nepal as an attractive tourist destination. The Board provides platform for vision-drawn leadership for Nepal’s tourism sector by integrating Government commitment with the dynamism of private sector.NTB is promoting Nepal in the domestic and international market and is working toward positioning the image of the country.It also aims to regulate product development activities.

Fund for NTB is collected in the form of Tourist Service Fee from departing foreign passengers at the Tribhuvan International Airport, Kathmandu, thus keeping it financially independent. The Board chaired by the Secretary at the Ministry of Tourism and Civil Aviation consists of 11 Board Members with five Government representatives, five private sector representatives and the Chief Executive Officer.“Naturally Nepal, Once is not Enough” is the tourism brand of Nepal.”Naturally Nepal” is a simple expression that repackages the Nepal brand in a positive light. “Once is not Enough” not only accurately captures the tourists’ emotions at the airport’s departure gate but also serves as a decision tool that enables the Nepali tourism industry individually and collectively to focus both on consumer retention and acquisition.

Nepal Tourist Information Centers
Nepal Tourism Board, the tourist service center at Brikutimandap
(Phone: +97714256909, Fax: +977 1 4256910.
E-mail: [email protected]
provides brochures and free posters on Nepal from Monday to Thursday from 9 am to 5 pm. On Fridays, it closes at 3 pm. The department stays open until 4 pm in winter.

Other tourism information center locations are listed below with phone numbers.
Birgunj – 051-22083
Pokhara – 061-20028
Bhairawa – 071-20304
Janakpur – 041-20755
Kakarbhitta – 023-2020

Tourist Police Nepal:
Tourist Police Nepal was established in 1979 AD as a special unit of Nepal Police working under Ministry of Culture, Tourism and Civil Aviation, Tourism Industry Division. Tourist Police today has the strength of 227 Officers working under the Supervision of Police Inspector and has 24 units spread throughout the country including 9 units inside the Kathmandu valley and 15 units outside the valley in 11 different districts. The Central Office is situated inside the Premises of Nepal Tourism Board, Bhrikutimandap Kathmandu Nepal. Since its inception, the tourist police have been active in facilitating tourists and delivering security services.

For any assistance in Nepal:
Tourist Police Nepal
Bhrikutimandap Kathmandu. (Inside the premises of Nepal Tourism Board)
Phone: +977-14247041, 1144.
Email:- [email protected]
Website:- www.nepalpolice.gov.np

No matter when and where you are Dial 1144

Resources: Nepal – Wikipedia, Nepal Tourism Board

Best Nepal Tour Packages @ Nepal Tours. Get best deals if you are in Chennai, Bangalore & Kerala on your next Nepal tour. Explore the best of Nepal packages & make your Nepal trip a memorable one. Uncover new and exciting adventures in Nepal by taking part in our small group tours. Go sightseeing at your own pace surrounded by travellers like you. Provided by top tour operator & travel company, our small group tours in Nepal will offer you the perfect balance between spending time on your own and group activities.

If you are traveling from Chennai, Bangalore & Kerala. Here are some beautiful Nepal Packages:

1: Kathmandu Itinerary 2 Night 3 Days
 1 Night Kathmandu, 1 Night Nagarkot ( Sightseeing places are: Pashupatinath, Budhanilkantha, Boudhanath, Bhaktapur, Nagarkot)

City 3 Star Hotel 4 Star Hotel 5 Star Hotel
Kathmandu Kasthamandap Boutique Hotel Manaslu Hotel Shangrila
Nagarkot Country Villa Country Villa Club Himalaya
Cost ( BB Basis)
 INR 16,500  INR 19,200 INR 23,500

 

2: Kathmandu Pokhara Itinerary 3 Night 4 Days
2 Night Kathmandu, 1 Night Pokhara ( Sightseeing places are: Pashupatinath, Budhanilkantha, Boudhanath, Sarangkot, Phewa Lake, Davi’s Fall)

City 3 Star Hotel 4 Star Hotel 5 Star Hotel
Kathmandu Kasthamandap Boutique Hotel Manaslu Hotel Shangrila
Pokhara Lakeside Retreat Lakeside Retreat Fishtail Lodge
Cost ( BB Basis)
INR 23,550 INR 25,200 INR 27,800

 

Join one of our Nepal group tours and it will leave an unforgettable impression on you. While travelling through Nepal. Nepal Tours, its towering mountains and verdant valleys, its ancient cities, villages and exotic peoples, fascinate the world. Through the years Adventure Connexion has developed a low altitude, comfortable, and less physically challenging Nepal trekking tour (at 7,500 feet instead of 14,000 feet!) just perfect for women who wish to experience the splendor of the Himalayas and explore this ancient culture.

Our trekking trip in Nepal’s Himalaya Mountains is lodge-based (instead of a camping trek), which allows for an easier pace and produces less impact on trails from porters and pack animals. The Nepalese lodges we stay in are of modern construction in traditional style. All have private rooms and en-suite bathrooms, and offer excellent local food.

A Nepal small group holiday means you can really relax and hand over to a tour leader packed full of local knowledge and privy to all of Nepal’s hidden gems and secret celebrations. Whether you’re travelling solo or with a friend, a small group tour offers the opportunity to travel safely and in like-minded company. With an average of around 12 to 16 people per group, all our tours are led by experienced, often local guides who will take you off the beaten track, to spots you’d find it hard to reach on your own. Most tours also include some free time to for you to explore yourself. All group tours include accommodation (hotels, homestays, overnight trains) and transport during the tour (local buses, trains, boats or private minibus), plus some meals, so they’re a convenient way to see as much as possible and make it easy to budget for your trip.

Below is a sample of the small group tours we offer; for more ideas or to book, call us or request a quote by email. Read more best group tour & holiday packages in Nepal.

Travel on a small group holiday & experience trekking in Nepal.

Group Join Tours in Nepal

Ghandruk Trek

The Ghandruk trek is most popular for wonderful Gurung culture, the beautiful village, geographical differences and the fantastic views of

Annapurna Luxury Lodge Trek

On this Private Journey to Annapurna luxury lodge trek, experience this extraordinary Himalayan beauty on a delightful lodge-based trek under

Muktinath Charter Helicopter Tour

Muktinath Charter Helicopter Tour is just for those people who are eager to visit Holy Muktinath Temple and does not

Kathmandu Pokhara Chitwan Tour

It's a tremendous 07 nights / 08 days Kathmandu, Pokhara, Chitwan Tour that caters to craving for cultural, wildlife &

Everest Panorama Trek

Everest panorama trek is a classic short trek to Tengboche monastery that offers close view of Mt. Everest, Mt. Ama

Ghorepani Poon Hill Trek

Ghorepani Poon hill Trek of Nepal is one of the most popular and easiest treks in Annapurna region. Want to

 

Trekking in Nepal has always an exciting and one of the favorite destination for all adventure enthusiast. Talking about the trekking in first time anyone suggest obviously Annapurna Base camp. A journey to Annapurna base camp offers the majestic Himalayan views, unique Gurung settlement, beautiful rhododendron forest with mountain lifestyle of locals, culture and tradition of Nepal. If you looking for this amazing trek to Annapurna Base Camp for your next holidays then following tips are useful for you.

#1. Best Season to go.
We experiences major four season in Nepal throughout the year. They are summer (JUNE – AUGUST), Winter (DECEMBER – FEBRUARY), spring (MARCH TO MAY), and autumn (SEPTEMBER – MID DECEMBER). Choosing a best season for your holiday offers you more glimpse and pleasure. The best season for Annapurna base camp trekking is during spring (March – April) and autumn (October – December). Spring is offers the blooming Rhododendron as the trail is more attractive where all the trails turns into red pink and white flowers. However in autumn the skies are clear and snowcapped mountain views are amazing.

#2. Beware of Altitude sickness
While trekking above 3000 meter altitude, some people might suffer from altitude sickness. Normally altitude sickness occurs when your body do not adjust in high elevation where the oxygen level is very low. Symptoms of altitude sickness includes headache, vomiting, loss of sleep etc. If you get such Symptoms then you have immediately consult with your guide. Guides are well trained and experiences for altitude trekking and sickness problems.

How to avoid Altitude sickness?
Drink lots of waters as you can, eat your foods full each time, do not drink alcoholic beverages, can avoid the chances of sickness in Himalayas. Even though, if you feel such sickness you can use medicine like Diamox which can avoid sickness and help to go high elevation. The nest important things is when you are going up don’t skip acclimatization because slowly and proper acclimatization adjust your body in high altitude.

#3. Prepare yourself by mentally and physically
Annapurna base Camp trekking is a moderate walk through the foothill of Annapurna Massif. It is not technical climb, you do not need to have previous experience even any altitude experiences to complete the trek. However, you have to physically fit and excellent strength, conditioning and endurance to be able to reach the base camp. So, we recommended to do some walking, cycling and other physical exercise before you coming Abc trek. Normally you must capable for 5/6 hours walking each days during the trek.

With the physical fitness, mentally prepare is also important for outdoors. Because there are no star levels hotels for your comfortable. You have to adjust local tea houses with sharing Bathrooms and eat the foods which are available in tea houses menu. So you do need to be prepared yourself for these things.

#4. Pack up Right trekking gears
As we already told you Annapurna base camp is a moderate trekking in Annapurna massif. However, to make a successful trek you should have proper trekking equipment which are most important. Among trekking gears proper hiking boots, a good down Jackets, trousers are most significant. Other gears besides are warm clothes, hiking poles, sun hat, Sunglass, gloves, comfortable trousers, warm sleeping bag are also important to have a successful and pleasant trekking to ABC.

#5. Always choose a organize trek
If you are coming to Nepal first time for an adventure or you have never trekked before then we suggest to do a organize trek in Nepal. Your porter carry your all luggage except your day pack which you need for walking. A experience English speaking guide is always with you for your inconvenient and always responsible for any obstacles. Moreover a organize trek will save your time and you don’t need to take unnecessary headache for arrangements such as accommodation, vehicle, flights etc.