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Bhaktapur Durbar Square: Our most recommended tours and activities

From Kathmandu: Half-Day Guided Tour of Bhaktapur

1. From Kathmandu: Half-Day Guided Tour of Bhaktapur

Explore the UNESCO World Heritage listed town of Bhaktapur, known for its rich culture, temples, and wood, metal and stone artworks. Meet the local Newari community and learn about their culture and customs. Admire the incredible architecture of the palaces and temples around Bhaktapur Durbar Square. Get picked up form your accommodation in Kathmandu and drive for about an hour to Bhaktapur. Discover Bhaktapur Durbar Square with your experienced guide, who will tell you the history of the 30 meter tall Naytpola Temple, the 55 Window Palace, and more of what you see in the old city. Admire the 55 Window Palace with its unique architectural design and beautiful details on the handcrafted wooden windows and doors. Meet the Newar community living here and learn about their culture and traditions.

From Kathmandu: Bhaktapur Full-Day Tour

2. From Kathmandu: Bhaktapur Full-Day Tour

Spend the day exploring the culture and history of Bhaktapur on a small-group tour that takes off from Kathmandu. Spot the city’s ancient temples, stop at historic squares, and visit an art gallery with a local guide. Bhaktapur, a World Heritage Site, is known variously as the city of culture. Despite being just 12 kilometers east of Kathmandu, the capital of Nepal, Bhaktapur gives the feeling of prehistoric times thanks to the traditional homes, lifestyles, and environment. Get to know the elegant art, rich culture, colorful festivals, traditional dances, and indigenous lifestyle of the Newari community while exploring this ancient city. Visit the following places during the tour: • Bhaktapur Durbar Square • Golden Gate • Nyatapole Temple • Bhairabnath Temple • National Art Gallery • Pottery Square • Char Dham Temple • Dattatreya Temple • Taleju Bell • Changunarayan Temple

From Kathmandu: Private Bhaktapur and Changu Narayan Tour

3. From Kathmandu: Private Bhaktapur and Changu Narayan Tour

Outline Itinerary: 10:00 am: Tour begins from your hotel 11:15 pm: Bhaktapur Durbar Square You begin your tour at Bhaktapur Durbar Square, a former royal palace complex that housed the Malla Kings of Nepal from 14th to 15th century and the kings of the Kingdom of Bhaktapur from 15th to late 18th century until the kingdom was conquered in 1769. The former palace grounds have been used as government offices, schools and private houses. Like the ones of Kathmandu and Patan, Bhaktapur Durbar Square contains various temples, palaces and courtyards all of which were built in the traditional Nepalese architecture. Right behind the golden gate, you can find another majestic masterpiece known as 55 Jhyale Durbar. Here you can observe the preeminent illustration of wood carvings of the Malla periods in this building. Nyātāpola, a five tiered temple located in the central part of Bhaktapur, is the tallest monument within the city and is also the tallest temple of Nepal. This temple was commissioned by King Bhupatindra Malla, the construction completed in 1702. Pottery Square as its name means is a square full of pottery works. This square is not as big as Durbar square but is a hub to do the shopping for Nepalese handicrafts. 2:00 pm: Chnagu Naryan Temple Changu Narayan is an ancient Hindu temple, located on a high hilltop that is also known as Changu or Dolagiri in Changunarayan Municipality of Bhaktapur District, Nepal. The temple is considered to be one of the oldest temple in Nepal. The temple is dedicated to lord Vishnu and is held in special reverence by the Hindu people. It remains a milestone in Nepali temple architecture with rich embossed works. The two-storey roofed temple stands on a high plinth of stone. The entrance door is gilded with carvings of Naga (snakes). On the main entrance gate (i.e. western entrance gate), we can find the Chakra, Sankha, Kamal, and Khadga all at the top of a stone pillar. These stone pillars have an inscription in Sanskrit. This inscription is considered to be the oldest inscription of Nepal and the stone inscription pillar was erected by Licchavi (kingdom) King Manadeva in 464 04:00 PM: Drop back to your hotel You will be dropped back to your hotel at four in the evening.

From Kathmandu: 2-Day Nagarkot Private Tour

4. From Kathmandu: 2-Day Nagarkot Private Tour

Nagarkot is a hill town located 32km east of Kathmandu, perched at an elevation of 2,195 meters, and is considered one of the most scenic spots in the valley. In a clear weather Nagarkot offers a panoramic view of the Himalayas including Ganesh himal range, Langtang range, Jugal range, Mahalangur range & Everest range with views of the Kathmandu valley and Shivapuri National Park. Sunrise view is one of the chief highlights from here. Situated in a strategic location, Nagarkot was an ancient fort of the Kathmandu valley built to monitor the external activities of other kingdoms. Later, it became a summer retreat for the royal family before becoming popular as an international hill station. Nagarkot is a beautiful hill station located in the Kathmandu Valley, Nepal. It offers stunning views of the Himalayan mountains, including Mount Everest. Here is a suggested itinerary for a 1-2 day Nagarkot tour: Day 1: Arrive in Nagarkot in the morning and check into your hotel Have breakfast at the hotel and then start your sightseeing tour Visit the Nagarkot View Tower to enjoy the panoramic views of the Himalayan range Take a walk around the Nagarkot village to experience the local culture and lifestyle Visit the Changu Narayan Temple, which is one of the oldest temples in Nepal and a UNESCO World Heritage Site Enjoy the sunset from your hotel or from a nearby viewpoint Have dinner at your hotel or at a nearby restaurant Day 2: Wake up early to catch the sunrise over the Himalayas Enjoy breakfast at your hotel and then go for a short hike around the area Visit the Bhaktapur Durbar Square, which is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and one of the most popular tourist attractions in Nepal Explore the city of Bhaktapur and its ancient temples and palaces Have lunch at a local restaurant and then drive back to Kathmandu Note: Depending on your time and preferences, you can add or skip some activities in this itinerary. Also, the best time to visit Nagarkot is from October to March when the weather is clear and you can get the best views of the Himalayas.

Makalu Barun Trek । Rocky Himalayan Peaks । 22 Days Trek

5. Makalu Barun Trek । Rocky Himalayan Peaks । 22 Days Trek

DAY 1 : ARRIVAL IN KATHMANDU Our representative will be at the airport to greet you and escort you to the hotel. Savour the taste of hustle and bustle in Kathmandu, where everyone would seem busy but never too busy to greet you with a smile. In the evening, we will brief about the itinerary and later we will go for a nice dinner. Overnight stay at the hotel; DAY 2 : SIGHTSEEING IN KATHMANDU After breakfast, Kathmandu tour begins. Kathmandu Valley is an incredibly diverse city with a breathtaking Newari culture, centuries-old Hindu and Buddhists cultural sites alongside a plethora of ancient monuments. The capital of the country and home to 7 UNESCO World Heritage Sites, Kathmandu, bridges modern facilities with centuries-old traditions and cultures with its tourist-friendly accommodations and the ancestral etiquette “Atithi Devo Bhava” meaning "Guest is equivalent to God". Throughout the day, most of the UNESCO World Heritage Sites in Kathmandu will be observed. Overnight stay at the hotel; DAY 3 : FLY FROM KATHMANDU TO TUMLINGTAR AND DRIVE TO CHICHILA We begin our journey to Makalu Barun national park. After breakfast, you will be transferred to the domestic airport for a flight to Tumlingtar. After we reach Tumlingtar, we take a jeep and drive to the small town of Chichila. Overnight at Chichila; DAY 4 : TREK TO NUM (1500M) Our trek to Makalu Barun National park starts as we head towards Num (1500m). We pass through the small settlement of Baisake and Kuwapani and reach Hururu. After Hururu, the trail elevates and drops down into the deep oak forest before arriving at Mure Village inhabited by Sherpa and Rai people. Descending along the rocky trail, we reach Num after 5 to 6 hours of walk from Chichila. Overnight at Num; DAY 5 : TREK TO SEDUA (1540M) From Num, we descend through the western end of num walking across the steep cornfields of Lumbang. From here, the trail becomes further steep and passes over a suspension bridge over the Arun Koshi, then ascends through forests and few traditional villages. Continuing to ascend through a dense forest, crossing Arun Koshiriver, we reach Sedua. Overnight in Sedua; DAY 6 : TREK TO TASHIGAON (2100M) This is the day when we actually enter the National Park. Ascending the ridge bound by Ipsuwa Khola on the west and Kasuwa Khola to the east, we hike through bushes and reach Manigaon. From Manigaon, we head west with a gentle climb until we reach Chyaksadanda and Ropesa. After about 4 hours of walk, we reach the village of Tashigaon. Overnight in Tashigaon; DAY 7 : TREK TO KHONGMA (3560M) Climbing over the ridge and ascending through the dense forest of rhododendron, passing several ridges and seasonal Yak herders, we reach Chipla. From Chipla, the trail rises and becomes even steeper. Before reaching Khongma, a flat altitude meadow will welcome us. Overnight at the beautiful hill of Khongma; DAY 8 : ACCLIMATIZATION REST AT KHONGMA We need acclimatization to get used to thin air of higher altitude. Khongma is the best place for acclimatization. The beautiful meadow and surrounding mountains will make this day wonderful. We spend this day exploring the surrounding. Overnight at Khongma; DAY 9 : TREK TO MUMBUK (3350M) On this day, we ascend the steep ridge enjoying the picturesque views of Chhamlang Peak 6 and peak 7. We again climb over a ridge to Ghungru La. The path passes through the forest leading to a ridge with Mani walls, numerous prayer flags before descending to a small turquoise lake Kalo Pokhari. Next, we climb steeply up to Shipton La Pass. Further descending for some time, we reach Mumbuk Village (3550m). Overnight at Mumbuk; DAY 10 : TREK TO YANGLE KHARKA (3600M) The trail today descends down steeply and turns westwards along the bottom of the Barun Valley. We will pass through a small cave, several streams and finally Barun River on the long bridge before reaching Yangle Kharka (3600m). A gentle climb over a Mani wall takes us to Yangle kKharka. Overnight at Yangle Kharka; DAY 11 : TREK TO MEREK (4570M) From Yangle Kharka, we pass Nghe Kharka. Following the Barun Valley, we pass Riphuk Kharka and making a short climb, we reach Jhak Kharka and the meadow of Yak Kharka. The trail climbs over a ridge beyond Yak Kharka and ascends alongside a moraine formed by the lower Barun Glacier. With the excellent view of peak 3 and peak 5, we finally reach to Merek (4570m). We spend a night there; DAY 12 : TREK TO SHERSONG (4660M) From Merek, we climb up and reach to Shersong (4660m) where there is a small stone hut with amazing views around. Shersong is a fine place for a good campsite in the Yak pasture. Overnight at Shersong; DAY 13 : EXPLORATION OF MAKALU BASE CAMP (4870M) This day, we head to Makalu Base Camp early in the morning and return back to Shersong. We follow flat trail strewn with icy glaciers to reach Makalu Base Camp and from there we have an excellent view of Mount Makalu, Peak 6 and Peak 7, Baruntse, and the complete panorama of Everest and Lhotse. Overnight at Shersong; DAY 14 : TREK TO SHERSONG Today, we will trek back to Shersong retracing our way through small caves, several streams and Barun River. Overnight in Shersong; DAY 15 : TREK TO YANGLE KHARKA (3600M) We retrace our trek back to Yangle Kharka passing through Langmale Kharka, Merek and descending down the valley. Overnight at Yangle Kharka; DAY 16 : TREK TO MUMBUK (3540M) Retracing our way back, through small caves, several bridges and ascending through forests we reach Mumbuk. Overnight at Mumbuk; DAY 17 : TREK TO KHONGMA Walking along the ascending path crossing Shipton La Pass, descending through the steep path over Kalo Pokhari Lake we reach Ghangru La. Continuing with our descend, we enjoy the picturesque sights of mighty mountains and reach Khongma. Overnight at Khongma; DAY 18 : TREK TO TASHIGAON We leave Khongma today and head towards Tashigaon. Crossing Ropesa and Chyaksadanda, we reach Manigaon. Hiking through boulders and bushes we descend the ridge bound by Ipsuwa Khola on the west and Kasuwa Khola to the east, we reach Tashigaon. Overnight at Tashigaon; DAY 19 : TREK TO NUM Today we return to Num tracking the way leading to Seduwa, crossing Arun Koshi River over a suspension bridge. Trudging past the dense forests, walking downhill across the cornfields of Lumbang, we reach Num. Overnight at Num; DAY 20 : TREK TO CHICHILA Following the ascending rocky trail, passing through the Mure Village inhabited by Sherpa and Rai people, along the dense forest we reach Hururu. Moving past Kuwapani and Baisake Village we reach Chichila. Overnight at Chichila; DAY 21 : DRIVE TO TUMLINGTAR AND FLY TO KATHMANDU After our warm breakfast, we start our day with the ride to Tumlingtar by a private vehicle followed by the flight to Kathmandu in the evening. Overnight in Kathmandu; DAY 22 : DEPARTURE Depending on your flight time you will be transferred to the airport. The airport check-in is 3 hours prior to the departure time.



DAY 1 : ARRIVAL We will greet you at the airport and have you transferred to the hotel, where we will get to know each other, and have a briefing on the Tsum valley trek. The day will end with a typical Nepali dinner specially made for you guys. DAY 2 : KATHMANDU SIGHTSEEING The day begins with a savory breakfast, then we go for a guided tour around the Kathmandu valley, which will leave you awestruck with its cultural and monumental richness. Some places you will visit today are Pashupatinath temple, Bouddhanath stupa, Swoyambhunath, Changunarayan temple, Bhaktapur durbar square, etc. At the end of the day, our team will escort you back to the hotel where the night will be spent. DAY 3 : DRIVE TO ARUGHAT (600M, 7-8HRS) This day of the Tsum valley trek consists of a drive from Kathmandu to Arughat, which will be approximately 7 - 8 hours long. Arughat’s territory expands from mid hilly region to the northern Himalayas and is divided into two parts by the stunning Budi Gandaki river. DAY 4 : TREK TO SOTI KHOLA (700M, 5-6HRS) After breakfast, the trek for today starts, that first takes you to the Hydroelectricity project, followed by Maltar through a trail of well-cultivated, absolutely stunning rice and millet fields. After crossing Arkhet Khola, a 5 to 6 hours trek for the day comes to an end leading and settling us at Sotikhola. DAY 5 : TREK TO MACHA KHOLA (870M, 6-7HRS) Passing through gorgeous Gurung villages with vivid cultures and traditions, we arrive at Lububesi, which lies at an altitude of (880 m / 2887.14 ft). You rest and soak in the beauty of Lububesi for a while, then continue trekking toward Machakhola accompanied by greenery all around. From Machakhola, we witness Ganesh Himal smiling at us. DAY 6 : TREK TO JAGAT (2340, 6-7HRS) The very first stop of this day’s Tsum valley trek is Tato pani “ a natural hot spring, “ after passing through Khoralbesi, where we relax for a bit and then trek further ahead through dense forests, Dovan, which lies above the Budi Gandaki river. The total of 6 to 7 hours of trek gets us to Jagat by the end of the day. DAY 7 : TREK TO CHISOPANI (1660M, 4-5HRS) After breakfast, the trek takes us to the ridge that you will climb and arrive at Salleri, which boasts a glorious view of Shringi Himal ( 7187 m / 23579.4 ft). To arrive at Chisopani, we first pass through Sirdibas, followed by Philim valley through the admirable view of maize, potato, and millet fields, dense forests, and scenic beauty. DAY 8 : TREK TO CHUMLING (2386M, 6-7HRS) Chumling Gompa is our destination for today’s Tsum valley trek. First, we reach Ekle Bhatti (1600 m / 5249.344 ft), followed by Ghap and Tsum, which has two paths through a terrific gorge and pine trees. Taking a right from here, you march towards Chumling valley, which flaunts a majestic view of Shringi Himal, has beautiful Chumling Gompa and lovely stone paved streets. DAY 9 : TREK TO CHOKHANGPARO (3010M, 4-5HRS) With mesmerizing views of colorful Tibetan houses and terrific fields of maize and potato after crossing the suspension bridge, we will be blessed with the first sight of the majestic Ganesh Himal lying east of the valley. There are long suspension bridges on the opposite bank. Then you will trek through the pretty village of Sepru Khola and descend up for about 2 hours and finally reach Chokhagparo after Tsum. DAY 10 : TREK TO NILE (3361M, 5-6HRS) Today’s Tsum valley trek has tons of stunning sights for you to behold. Beginning with extensive crop fields, freshwater river, courtyard, Rachen Gompa, where only women are allowed to enter, situated at an altitude of 3240 m / 10629.92 ft., then we enjoy the views of Shiar Khola, hamlets of Phurbe (3251 m / 10666.01 ft) and Pangdun ( 3258 m / 10688.98 ft), a unique round stupa with a picturesque view. First, we pass small yet diverse villages and climb over the ridge of Chhortens and Lamagaon. Then you walk through flat fields before reaching Chhule ( 3347 m / 10980.97 ft) through an astonishing entrance gate(Kani). You will witness children wearing traditional Tibetan gowns known as Chubas and enjoy yaks grazing around in their natural habitat. Finally, after crossing the bridge and climbing for a while, Nile village greets us. DAY 11 : TREK TO MU GUMBA (3700M, 3HRS) After breakfast, the Tsum valley trek takes you through a dry Tibetan village that has chortens, and an eye-pleasing view of mountain vistas, followed by a ascend upwards that gets you to Mu Gumba, also known as Mu Gompa which is at an altitude of 3700 m / 12139.11 ft. Today’s trail extends from narrow valleys and passes through villages like Kalung, Chhule, Phurbe, and Rachen Gompa bringing us at Mu Gumba. DAY 12 : EXPLORE MU GUMBA We take our day for the exploration of Mu Gumba, which is situated at the highest elevation of the Tsum valley and has the largest monastery in the region, Mu Gomba. Our day ends with the admirable view of the base of the Pika Himal ( 4856 m / 15931.76 ft). You will then retrace your way back to the guesthouse. DAY 13 : TREK TO BURGI VILLAGE (3245M, 5HRS) In order to reach Burgi village we first trek back to Chhule and Phurbe, followed by a climb that leads us to Milarepa’s cave. Walking for a while from Milarepa’s cave, you will reach a really pretty village, Burgi. DAY 14 : TREK TO CHUMLING (2386M, 5-6HRS) After breakfast, we march towards Chumling through the trail that is decorated with gorge, pine, and rhododendron forests along with scenic views. In total, today, you will trek for 5 to 6 hours, then indulge in a warm dinner at night. DAY 15 : TREK TO PHILIM (1570M, 6-7HRS) The day begins with breakfast followed by a trek through Lokpa, Samba falls, and the greenery that leads us to Philim after 6 to 7 hours. Philim is a beautiful village situated near Ghatte Khola and is one of the gateways to Ganesh Base camp as well. We will rest at Philim in a guesthouse. DAY 16 : TREK TO KHORLABESI (970M, 6-7HRS) Be ready to encounter one of the fascinating attractions of the Tsum valley trek, ‘ Tato pani,’ which is a natural hot spring. The trail boasts terrific Budhi Gandaki river along with panoramic views. First, we reach Jagat and then move towards Tatopani and relax there for a short period to release the tension in our bodies and trek further to arrive at our destination, Khoralbesi. DAY 17 : TREK TO SOTI KHOLA (700M, 6-7HRS) After breakfast, we start descending downwards and reach Macha Khola through Khoralbesi. Then the trail takes us to Khursane through Budhi Gandaki river and Lububesi, a beautiful Gurung village. Not far away from Khursane, Sotikhola greets us. DAY 18 : TREK TO ARUGHAT, DRIVE TO KATHMANDU (4HRS WALK, 7-8HRS DRIVE) The initial half of today’s Tsum valley trek comprises an easy walk of approximately 4 hours, and the remaining half will be 7 to 8 hours long drive to Kathmandu from Arughat. Upon our arrival at Kathmandu, you will be transferred to a hotel to rest for the night and prepare for your departure. DAY 19 : DEPARTURE Wishing to get the opportunity to help you explore Nepal in the near future, our team bids you goodbye and guides you through each and every departure process.

KANCHENJUNGA BASE CAMP TREK । Chasing Himalayan Dreams।

7. KANCHENJUNGA BASE CAMP TREK । Chasing Himalayan Dreams।

DAY 1 : ARRIVAL One of our team members will be present right at the airport to make sure you won’t have any difficulty; we will take you to the hotel for a warm and hearty Nepali dinner and prepare for the Kanchanjunga base camp trek. DAY 2 : KATHMANDU SIGHTSEEING The first day of the Nepal exploration takes you around one of the busiest places with the most humble individuals, Kathmandu. Then we go around to visit UNESCO world heritage sites namely Durbar Squares of Hanuman Dhoka, Patan, and Bhaktapur, the Swayambhunath and Bauddhanath stupa, Pashupatinath temple, and Changu Narayan. DAY 3 : FLIGHT TO BHADRAPUR, DRIVE TO SUKETAR (2420M, 5HRS) Starting with an early morning breakfast, on this day of the Kanchanjunga base camp trek, first, we take a flight to Bhadrapur, which is approximately 45 minutes long, followed by driving in a van or jeep for 5 to 6 hours accompanied by scenic view throughout you arrive Suketar where you rest for the night in a guesthouse. DAY 4 : TREK TO PHURUMBU (1542M, 4-5HRS) We head for Phurumbu, located in the Taplejung district, on this day after breakfast. An easy trek of 5 hours enjoying the view of terrace farmlands, forests, and beautiful small villages will take us there and get comfortable in a teahouse. DAY 5 : TREK TO CHIRUWA (1270M, 5-6HRS) Since we will be trekking along many colorful lama villages, this day of the Kanchenjunga base camp trek brings you closer to different ethnic groups and diversity in their cultural values, clothes, and food. After walking for about 5 hours through Sinwa, Tawa, and Thiwa, you reach Chirwa and rest overnight. DAY 6 : TREK TO SUKETHUM (1585M, 6-7HRS) After breakfast, we leave Chiruwa and head toward Sukethum (the village where Japanese people used to live). The trail takes us through green dense forests, cardamom fields, a freshwater river named Ghunsa, and stunning scenarios. After walking for 6 to 7 hours, we arrive at our destination for the day of the Kanchanjunga base camp trek and rest in a teahouse. DAY 7 : TREK TO AMJILOSA (2395M, 6HRS) The adventurous side of the Kanchanjunga base camp trek starts to unfold itself today as we walk through challenging trails, cross a suspension bridge and dense forest, and reach Solima, then walk down for a while to reach a rural village, Amjilosa. DAY 8 : TREK TO GYABLA (2730M, 6-7HRS) We leave for Gyabla, a Tibetan settlement where locals widely follow Buddhist culture. Trekking for 6 to 7 hours through really pretty jungles of rhododendron trees, oak trees, and pine trees, we reach Gyabla and rest there for the night in a teahouse enjoying a warm local dinner. DAY 9 : TREK TO GUNSA (3427M, 7-8HRS) After breakfast, the trek resumes, and on this day, we walk for 7 to 8 hours. On our way, you will be greeted by the Gunsa river and dense, luscious forests. Locals of Gunsa ( Sherpa village )trade and follow Tibetan culture. DAY 10 : TREK TO KAMBACHEN (4050M, 6-7HRS) We are getting closer to the destinations of the Kanchanjunga base camp trek that has the risk of altitude sickness. Walking through the rhododendron and pine forest and crossing Ramouk Kharka, you will be at the village Kambachen, which is influenced by Tibetan culture and located at an altitude of 4050 m. DAY 11 : TREK TO LHONAK (4780M, 6-7HRS) After breakfast, we head for the rocky trails of the Kanchanjunga base camp trek, passing through large boulders with a terrific view of a waterfall and crossing a bridge first, you will be at Ramtang monastery, then walking for a bit from there, Lhonak welcomes us. . DAY 12 : TREK TO KANCHENJUNGA BASE CAMP (5143M, 5-6HRS) Finally, the day when the trek takes us to the Kanchanjunga base camp. First, you walk toward Pangpema alongside the majestic view of the glorious Kanchanjunga glacier. From Pangpema, descending for a little while gets you in front of the Kanchanjunga base camp that boasts a magnificent view of Mt. Kanchenjunga, Jannu Himal, and other Himalayan peaks. We spend the night in the lap of Kanchanjunga. DAY 13 : TREK TO KAMBACHEN (4050M, 8-9HRS) This will probably be the day with the longest trek ( 8 to 9 hours), nothing to worry about, though, cause it won’t be that difficult. Walking slowly, admiring the view of snow-capped mountains through Ramtang monastery, we will be at Kambachen. DAY 14 : TREK TO GUNSA (3427M, 4-5HRS) After breakfast, we climb down from the Kanchanjnga base camp, admiring the view that surrounds us; trekking for 4 to 5 hours, you reach Gunsa village. Enjoy a savory dinner night and rest in a teahouse. DAY 15 : TREK TO TANBHARMA DANDA (4641M, 6-7HRS) This day’s trek is short and easy, taking us through a trail of rhododendron, moss, and juniper trees. After breakfast, walking for 6 to 7 hours, we will be at Tanbharma Danda. You will not trek furthermore, just relax in a teahouse. DAY 16 : TREK TO CHERAM (3870M, 7-8HRS) Be ready for adventure as you will pass through Mirgin La pass ( 4480 m/ 14698.16 ft) and Sinion La pass (4646 m / 15242.78 ft) on your way to Cheram. After breakfast, accompanied by forests and snow-capped mountains, we walk for 7 to 8 hours and arrive at Cheram. DAY 17 : TREK TO RAMCHAUR (4580M, 3-4HRS) This day is the shortest as we only trek for 3 to 4 hours. On our trail, you will be blessed by the majestic Yalung glacier and other scenarios. After arriving at Ramchaura, also known as Ramche, we rest in a teahouse. DAY 18 : REST DAY After breakfast, we leave for exploration near Kanchanjunga along with three main summits of height ( 8420 m /27624.67 ft, 8586 m / 28169.29 ft, and 8474 m / 27801.84 ft) laying on the ridge. You will indulge in lunch that we take with us, then return back to Ramchaura. DAY 19 : TREK TO YALUNG BASE CAMP (4500M, 4-5HRS), TREK BACK TO RAMCHAUR (3HRS) In order to be at Yalung base camp first, we climb the moraine top to the southern face of Mt. Kanchenjunga, then trek a little ahead and witness Jannu (Kumbhakarna) mountain, then be in the presence of the beautiful Oktang monastery and climb for a bit. From here (Yalung base camp), Kumbhakarna peak, Nyukla Lachung peak along with other peaks, are visible. After admiring base camp, the next thing to do is retrace our way back to Rammchaur. DAY 20 : TREK TO TORONG (2995M, 5-6HRS) Since Torong is on the bank of the Simbuwa river, we begin trekking for Simbuwa river after breakfast which should be around 5 to 6 hours long through a trail beautified by dense forests. DAY 21 : TREK TO LASIYA BHANJYANG (3310M, 6HRS) We start the day with a warm breakfast, walk through scenic beauty for approximately 6 hours, and arrive at Lasiya Bhanjyang. Your accommodation for the night will be a teahouse. DAY 22 : TREK TO YAMPHUDIN (2080M, 5HRS) Yamphudin is a very pretty village with peace maintained amongst different ethnic groups, as Limbu, Sherpa, Gurung, as well as Rai, reside here in harmony. We will trek for 5 hours after breakfast and get to Yamphudin, where a famous traditional pork delicacy will be waiting for you. DAY 23 : TREK TO PHUMPHE DANDA (1858M, 7-8HRS) Our first destination is Mamangkhe village which we reach through a trail of green forest and the Kabeli river. From Mamangkhe, trekking down for a while gets us to Phumphe danda. In total, the trek will be 7 to 8 hours long. DAY 24 : TREK TO KANDE BHANJYANG (2129M, 6-7HRS) After breakfast, we catch the 6 to 7 hours long trail that leads us to Kande Bhanjyang, which boasts a view of snow-capped mountains. During the night in Kande Bhanjyang you will be in a teahouse. DAY 25 : TREK TO LALIKHARKA (2265M, 7-8HRS) The trail of this particular trek consists of dense green forests. After breakfast admiring the view around, we trek for 7 to 8 hours and reach Lali Kharka, which is a hamlet located near Sanophedi. DAY 26 : TREK TO SUKETAR (2420M, 6HRS) Suketar lies in the Taplejung district. With stomachs filled with tasty breakfast, we trek for 7 to 8 hours and reach Suketar, then rest overnight in a teahouse. DAY 27 : DRIVE TO BHADRAPUR (5HRS) Starting the day, we have breakfast get ready, and drive to Bhadrapur for about 5 hours. For te remaining time of the day you can either explore Bhadrapur or just rest and take away the strain on your muscle from the Kanchanjunga base camp trek. DAY 28 : FLY TO KATHMANDU The trek ends here, so we return back to the capital, Kathmandu, by flight, enjoying the view from above. Rest of the day, again, you can explore around or rest in a hotel and prepare for your departure. DAY 29 : DEPARTURE Hoping you had an amazing experience trekking in the Kanchanjunga base camp with Swotah. Our team will see you off to the airport safely with hope to see you again.

Entire Kathmandu Day Tour by Private Car with Guide

8. Entire Kathmandu Day Tour by Private Car with Guide

Experience starts after pickup you from your hotel. First we drive to Swayambhunath Stupa also knows as monkey temple. From the top of stupa, will enjoy the panoramic view surrounded by hills and entire Kathmandu city in 360 degree. Than we drive to Baudhdhanath Stupa. After that, we will drive you to Pashupatinath temple. Biggest hindu temple in the world. After exploring it, we than drive you to explore world heritage Bhaktapur and Patan durbar square : the ancient palaces on ancient Nepal respectively. Finally we will drive back to Visit, Kathmandu Durbar Square ; the ancient capital Royal palace of Nepal. After visiting it, will than drive and drop you back to your hotel. Tour end

From Kathmandu: Goorepani Poonhill Trekking Trip

9. From Kathmandu: Goorepani Poonhill Trekking Trip

On this 10-day Ghorepani Poonhill trek, explore the tourist hubs of Kathmandu and Pokhara, beautiful mountains, local eateries, ethnic villages, and experience the real beauty of Nepal. Receive constant guidance from trek guides and vast knowledge regarding every corner of the trek. Ghorepani Poonhill is one of the most exciting and enjoyable treks in Nepal. It is a relatively easy trek that’s focused on enjoying the environment and ethnic villages. The trek combines the beautiful scenery of the rhododendron forest and breathtaking views of the Himalayas. The trek starts with an optional transfer from Tribhuvan International Airport to your accommodation in Kathmandu. After a brief stay in Kathmandu, the trip begins. During your stay in Kathmandu, visit several historical landmarks and cultural heritage sites. See UNESCO World Heritage Sites like Basantapur Durbar Square, Patan Durbar Square, and Bhaktapur Durbar Square. Visit the monkey temple (Swayambhunath) and the famous Buddhist stupa (Boudhanath). Later, the flight to Pokhara is filled with amazing sceneries of high mountains. Enjoy the sunrise from Poonhill, walk through the forest, and witness the warm hospitality of locals. Along the trek, enjoy the exquisite views of giant snowcapped summits like Dhaulagiri (8167 m) and Annapurna (8091 m) and get a chance to explore the local villages and be a part of the local culture. Full trek itinerary: Day 1: Arrival, pickup, and transfer to your hotel with orientation. Stay overnight. Day 2: Sightseeing and trek preparation day. Spend 4 hours sightseeing. Day 3: Drive to Charaudi and start a full day of rafting. Then, head to Pokhara. Day 4: Drive to Nayapul for approximately 1.5 hours. Start 6-hour trek at Ghandrung (1951 m). Day 5: Trek to Tadapani (2630 m) for 6 hours. After breakfast, trek up to Ghorepani. Day 6: Trek to Ghorepani (2926 m) for 6 hours. Day 7: Trek to Nayapul for 7 hours. Then, drive to Pokhara. Day 8: Full-day sightseeing tour of Pokhara Valley. Day 9: Fly from Pokhara to Kathmandu. Day 10: Free time until final departure. Get transferred back to Tribhuvan International Airport or your accommodation in Kathmandu.

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4.3 / 5

based on 8 reviews

Guide was knowledgeable, entertaining, lively, interesting, and I had little problem understanding him (spoke with a Nepali accent, but English accent was good). Transportation was excellent: expert, on time, clean, comfortable, friendly service. Only concern: the guide took me to several shops where the owners provided great information, yet they all clearly had an expectation that I would make a purchase. I was not comfortable with that arrangement. It nullified any bargaining power I might have had.

Picked me up on time from the agreed upon location. Guide was very friendly and knowledgeable. I have 0 complaints and the price was very reasonable.

Excellent tour. Really knowledgeable guide and plenty of interesting sights to see