This one week trek experience can explore real part of Nepalese life. This trail is very less touristic area and village people are going their daily routine lives. All the night camp at home stay. Yo
This one week trek experience can explore real part of Nepalese life. This trail is very less touristic area and village people are going their daily routine lives. All the night camp at home stay. You will eat the same as the family what they eat without tourists discs. On the way we can ask curd. Butter milk. The locals laughing at your white skin, the cermonlial welcome on your arrival and goo bye on your departure everyday. Walking from one village to another village we will explore the different castes and different feeling in every village. People are friendly and the experience is new everyday.
The low ground of Nepal weaving through farmland and beautiful rainforests was simply incredible. This trek is apsulatly different than other trail. Home stays perfect, eating traditional organic food, seeing how day to day life happens in these village
Day01 Arrival Kathmandu
On arrival at Kathmandu, after clearing immigration and customs, step into the receiving area where your local tour guide will greet you and transfer you to your hotel for check-in.
Day02 Sightseeing in Kathmandu
Baudhanath Stupa. There is nowhere quite like Bodhnath. Asia’s largest stupa (temple) pulses with life as thousands of pilgrims gather daily to make a kora (ritual circumnavigation) of the dome, to spin the many prayer wheels, beneath the watchful eyes of the Buddha, which gazes out from the gilded central tower. You will see Tibetan monks in maroon robes and with shaved heads wander around the prayer flag–decked streets. You’re welcome to spin the prayer wheels, enjoy the view, or take a cup of local tea in one of the many cafes and watch the many people perform their prayers.
Pashupati Temple.One of the most mesmerizing rituals at Pashupatinath Temple is the Pashupati Bagmati Aarati (a religious ritual which involves cleansing in the river, or in oil). Bagmati is the holy river which flows through the temple. The river divides the temple into two sides, with the main Pashupatinath Temple being on one side and the location of the Aarati is performed on the other.Bagmati has great importance in Hindu religion. It is believed that taking a holy bath on this river washes away sins.
Patan Durbar Square is the ancient Royal Palace of Patan and faces on to a magnificent Durbar Square. This concentrated mass of temples is perhaps the most visually stunning display of Newari architecture to be seen in Nepal.
Day03Drive to Pokhara 5 hours Drive
Around 8 am, after breakfast, we will drive to the majestic Pokhara, which is one of the most beautiful locations where you can catch many glimpses of the breath-taking Himalayas.
After reaching your hotel in Pokhara, you can take some time for refreshmentsand enjoy some well deserved leisure time. You might like to rest and have a few drinks or stretch your legs and take a walk to the wonderful lakeside. The main Lakeside road has many cafes, restaurants and shops selling items such as pashminas, or local handicrafts made by the Woman Skill’s Development Workshop (a fair trade organisation and a non-profit and income-generating program for economically disadvantaged, disabled, abused, single and outcast women from rural Nepal, supporting them to be self-supportive and independent.) or visit the Helping Hands Handicraft shop which employs Deaf workers who make items on their loom such as scarves. You could also visit the Seeing Hands Blind Massage Clinic, where you can receive a muscle relaxing massage from a well-trained blind masseuse!
Day03 Drive Gachhepanii and trek to Rajasthal (1100m) 5 hours
After breakfast we will have 30 minutes drive and our trek begins from Gachhepani. Trek an uphill road through deep forest and local village. Along the view be sure to take the amazing view of Phewa Lake, Pokhara Valley and mountains. we will have nice lunch at Homestay and trek continue to Rajsthal
Day04 Rajasthal to Gharedi (1000m) 5 hours
After a hearty breakfast we will resume the trek for 5 hours trek takes you through the jungles and villages where hear birds chirping and the growls of animals. On the way break for lunch again trek continue to Gharedi. Enjoy the sunset and rest for the night at Gharedi
Day05 Gharedi to Pokharichhhap ( 1450m ) 6 hours
After breakfast we will have continue to trek Pokharichhap. It is about to 6 hours. Better still walk to Pokharichhap village through hill where we will rewarded with the view of mountains spring waters.
Day06 Pokharichhap to Pelkachaur ( 1440m) 6 hours
After breakfast trek descend to Pelkachaur. From Pelkachaur we will have heart melting views of golden mountains during sunrise which glows reddish oranges during sunset.
Day07 Pelkachaur to Budhakot (1700 m ) 6 hours
Today we have little climb up to Budhakot.
Day08 Budhakot to Kusum Bhanjyang ( 1250m) 6 hours and drive back to Pokhara
Today is last day of trek we will have around 6 hours trek . At Kusum Bhanjyang our vehicle will be waiting us, drive back to Pokhara. At evening free time to lakeside
Day 09 Drive back to Kathmandu 6 hours
Around 7/30am, After breakfast your trip commence toward to Kathmandu. Driving road goes via middle hills and countryside. Almost road bank of the Trishuli River and Marshyangdi River.
Day10 Final Depature to home
We will drive you to the airport as per your flight schedule. So today will be a rest day;this is so that you can spend some time trying to figure out how to repack your bag with the multiple gifts and presents you’ve bought for your family (and yourself) back into your suitcase! This is the dilemma of those who visit Nepal. You might also like to have a final cup of local tea, and just take in a lovely long breath of the Nepali air as you say your farewells.