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Nepal Family Tour

Trip Facts

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$1050 USD

11 days , Kathmandu to Kathmandu

  • Style of Trek Tea House
  • Accommodation Hotel and Resorts
  • Transportation Van & Flight
  • Maximum Altitude 1951M
  • Grade

Everybody wish to travel with friend and family when they go on holiday. We organize in Nepal the best popular route for the family visitor with combination of City and Mountain tours. All kind of age group people can join in this tour an easy going tour for parents with their children within the group. We offer the major tourist attraction of Nepal such as chitwan, Kathmandu, lumbini, nagarkot, Annapurna and pokhara inclusive two days fantastic hiking in Annapurna ranges.

We  will provide all the points to have a friendly and family environment. Hence you are suggested to book such kind of tours with us to have safety security and reliable services and achieve the dreams for the lifetime memories


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Itinerary

Upon arrival meet, assist and transfer to Hotel. At the lobby there will be a short briefing about the trip while welcome drinks are served. Later retire to the allocated rooms for the much deserved rest and shower. Welcome drinks and dinner at an authentic Nepali restaurant. 

AM: Mt. Everest Flight (Optional)  Early morning Mountain Flight to view Mount Everest and the other Giant peaks of the Eastern Himalayas. After the one hour-long scenic flight, return back to the hotel for a hearty breakfast and some rest.

After breakfast meet your tour guide and proceed for a sightseeing tour of the ancient Kathmandu city with its many beautiful temples and courtyards. As one crosses from the modern shopping area of New Road into the Durbar Square, the one time ‘Freak Street’, one is suddenly in the midst of Kathmandu’s famed medieval architecture.

Shortly afterwards, continue drive to Swayambhunath Stupa - situated on top of the hill lying 4 kilometers west of Kathmandu. More than 2,500 years old, this ancient landmark is also called the “Monkey Temple”. O/n at Hotel,

AM: After breakfast drive for about 2 & ½ hours (80 Kms) from Kathmandu to Charaudi, a booming village located along the banks of the Trishuli river to commence a Day Raft trip.

The Trishuli is a splendid river for white water rafting with excellent rapids including technical ones and picturesque scenery with fantastic rock formations. Typical villages, their people attired in multi fashioned clothing and engaged in their daily works on terraced rice fields can be observed from the river. Native and migrant birds are in abundance for keen bird lovers.

Rafting in the Trishuli is very convenient as the put in points are accessible by road and has become the most popular among all the rivers of Nepal.

On arrival at Charaudi, the raft-put-in-point, change into suitable attire while the rafts are inflated and the gears loaded. After safety briefing the raft trip begins in a languid pleasurable fashion to get the feel of the motion on the raft and also for the practice to row in unison (for paddle rafters) and obey commands in cohesion. The river scenery unfolds and the scenario is exhilarating.

Stop in a convenient spot on the beach for lunch, which is mostly a cold lunch and consists of some juice, sandwiches, vegetable salad and some tuna or sardines.

After lunch board the waiting vehicle and drive to Royal Chitwan National Park (2 hours drive). Chitwan is 196 kilometers from Kathmandu and is connected by the Mugling Highway. The drive is through terraced rice fields and scenic countryside along the banks of the Trishuli River.

On arrival at the Park entry point, guests are met by Naturalists / representatives from the Temple Tiger Jungle Lodge and transferred by Landrovers / canoes / elephants to the Jungle Lodge situated inside the Royal Chitwan National Park.

At the Jungle resort, the managers will brief the clients on the different activities of the resort and assign the rooms/tents.

PM: In late afternoon go for a  jungle safari on elephant back is organized to penetrate deep into this temperate forest to view and photograph wildlife, flora and fauna. The Chitwan National Park is the home of the greater one horned rhinoceros, sloth bear, wild boar, gaur (bison), 4 types of deer, 2 types of monkeys, 2 types of crocodiles, leopards, the elusive Royal Bengal Tiger and over 400 species of birds and a variety of reptiles including the Python and many other smaller mammals.

EVE: The well stocked bar caters to the needs of the thirsty and a hearty meal of continental or Nepalese cuisine will be served in the evening around the campfire.

AM: Early dawn alert, tea or coffee; start on an elephant ride or a jungle walk, to view the wildlife in their early repose. This is the best time of the day to see the animals as we silently brush through dewy tall elephant grass (18-20 ft. tall), a habitat for rhinos, tigers and other wild animals. Spend 2-3 hrs. in the jungle, then return to the camp for breakfast.

In the late morning, visit the elephant stables to get a firsthand knowledge on elephants from senior naturalists. Here one can witness the rare scene of elephants at bath.

After a hearty lunch at camp, the afternoon is free for the much-deserved mid-afternoon siesta or a visit to the library for general information’s on the National park. In the late afternoon, there is a choice to participate in the programs offered at the camp, which includes jungle drives in Land Rovers visiting different lakes inside the National Park, Canoe rides/ floats or an escorted Nature walk and bird watching excursion.

Spend a leisurely evening sitting at the round house sipping drinks and swapping tales with the camp staffs and other clients. After an excellent dinner, retire for the night with promises of more adventure in the new day.

AM: Early dawn alert, tea or coffee; start on an elephant ride or a jungle walk, to view the wildlife in their early repose. This is the best time of the day to see the animals as we silently brush through dewy tall elephant grass (18-20 ft. tall), a habitat for rhinos, tigers and other wild animals. Spend 2-3 hrs. in the jungle, then return to the camp for breakfast.

After breakfast at the resort board the vehicle and drive back to the park exit to board the vehicle for the 3-hour drive to Pokhara. Pokhara is the ideal vacationer's paradise with its crystal clear lakes and magnificent views of the western Himalayas of Annapurna and Manaslu mountain range and the Fish Tail Mountain.

On arrival at the lakeside, check in at the lakeside hotel. The evening is free to browse through the lakeside bazaar.

AM: After breakfast, drive from Pokhara, to Phedi (trek starting point) for 20 minutes, whereupon commence trek to Dhampus (1700m). The trek starts immediately with a steep climb through mixed forests and takes about an hour to arrive at the Mina Lodge, which marks the end of the steep path and arrival at Dhampus Plateau. From here the incline is much easier as the trail continues to climb steadily in more forested area and after about two hours we arrive at the first check post at the entrance to Dhampus Village with a maze of houses and alleyways of stonewalls. There are magnificent views of the mountains from west to east of the Annapurna South (7,219m), Hiunchuli (6,441m), Mardi Himal (5,587 m) and Macchapucchare (6,993m) to the north. Dinner and overnight at Dhampus.

AM: After breakfast, leave the village and continue on the trail going down a fairly gentle slope cut into steps in the middle of the forest. Then a short climb brings us to the settlement of Pothana (2,000m) .The path from here slowly ascends until it reaches the locality of Bichok Deorali (2,149m) located at the crest of the ridge. From here, the trail descends slowly but gets steeper until it meets the Modi Khola Valley first and then the village of the Bheri Khola, which is a convenient place to stop for lunch.

After lunch, cross a small suspension bridge, then cross the hamlets of Tolka Naga and Tolka Medi Gara before again going down gently towards the village of Landrung on a trail where the forest gives way to vast expanses of terraced cultivation covering the surrounding hills. Trek duration - 5 hrs. Dinner and overnight at Landrung.

AM: After breakfast, trek towards, Modi Khola and cross the river. Stop over for lunch after crossing the river. After lunch it is an uphill climb for about an hour a half till we reach a settlement called Kimrung Danda. We take a short rest here. From here Ghandrung is one hour away and the trail is more or less flat.  Ghandrung is the largest Gurung village in Nepal where the sons and male member of the local community have sacrificed their lives to serve for the Gurkha Armies and security Forces around the world.

The afternoon is free for rest or optional activities such as a visit to the Annapurna Conservation Museum and a tea break at the home of a renowned Gurkha soldier who may show you his Victoria Cross won during the first or second world war.

In the evening the local Gurung womenfolk will join the campers for a village get together to show their talents in singing and dancing. Guests are welcome to join in. A contribution to the dancing group may be necessary. Trek duration – 6 hrs. Dinner and overnight at Ghandrung. 

After breakfast, descend steeply on flag stone steps and leave the village entrance to descend through forests and landslide area. The trail is down hill for most of the way for about two hours till Shyauli Bazaar, a village of about scattered 10–15 houses above the Modi Khola. Continue to descend gently, walking on riverbanks and passing terraced fields for about one and a half hour and arrive at the police check post at Birethanti (1050 m), a big booming village. We stop at a scenic spot for lunch. After lunch it is a further 30 minutes to Naya Pul. Trek duration – 4 hrs. Upon arrival in Naya Pul, meet our rep and get in to the waiting vehicles for 1 and ½-hours drive to Pokhara. Rest of the day is free for much deserved rest. 

Eve: Sunset boat ride on Lake Phewa and dine out at a nice lakeside restaurant.

After breakfast, check out from the hotel and transfer to the airport and fly back to Kathmandu. The 30 minutes flight offers views of the mighty Annapurna, Manaslu and Ganesh Himalaya range. Upon arrival in Kathmandu airport, meet, assist and transfer to

14:00 Hrs - Sightseeing tour of the ancient Patan City, Patan also known as Lalitpur or the city of fine arts is about five Kilometers southeast of Kathmandu. The city is full of Hindu temples and Buddhist monuments. The major tourist attraction of Patan are the Durbar Square situated in the heart of the city and constitutes the focus of the visitor’s attraction. The square is full of ancient palaces, temples and shrines noted for their exquisite carvings. The Patan Durbar consists of three main chowks or courtyards, the central Mul Chowk, Sundari Chowk and Keshav Chowk. The Sundari Chowk holds in its center a masterpiece of stone architecture.

After breakfast transfer to the airport for final departure ot rest tour in Nepal. 

includes

You will be happily served and facilitated by Nepal Social Treks with:
  • Welcome and farewell dinner while you are in Nepal 
  • All ground transfer as per itinerary by private tourist vehicle,
  • Lunch and dinner as per mentioned each palaces as per itinerary,
  • Hotel Accommodation with breakfast at each palaces as per mentioned, 
  • All inclusive programmes, accommodation & meals in Chitwan, 
  • All Meals(breakfast,lunch and dinner) tea house accommodation duuring  trek,
  • Trekking Permit & Conservation fees, national park fees in Chitwan,
  • All salary, allowances, expenses & insurance for staffs,
  • Nepal Social t-shirt,
  • Trekking map for each members, 

excludes

You will be facilitated by Nepal Social Treks for :
  • Meals as per itinerary during in Nepal (Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner), 
  • Valid travel insurance in for Nepal either for trekking or City tour, 
  • Nepal visa fees you will get it on upon arrival, 
  • Items of personal nature expenses such as alcoholic drinks, cold drinks, laundry, mineral water.
  • Tips for guide, driver and supporting staff,

FAQ

Frequently Asked Questions for Nepal Family Tour

Yes, absolutely Nepal is safe for visit. Cities, villages, and trails are safe. However, you should take the normal precautions with wallets and cameras and be more cautious at night.

Well, it depends on how you want to be accommodated. We have different categories of hotels in Kathmandu, Pokhara, and Chitwan. So, it’s up to you. By default, you’ll be accommodated at three-star hotels for the entire trip. You’ll have all the facilities like hot and cold-water, attached bathrooms, dining rooms, bar, internet facilities, etc. However, you can upgrade or downgrade your accommodation standard.

Well, there are many people wants to ride on an elephant for safari, however we Nepal Social is strict on animal right and we don't use animal on our trip.

 

You’ll be spending your overnights Kathmandu, Pokhara and Chitwan. You’ll have your meals in these cities where you can find the restaurants for all kind of foods such as American, Continental, Chinese, Indian, Mexican, etc.

Well, it depends on the size of your group. We can use cars, minibus, van, land cruiser for traveling. We prefer small light vehicles which are flexible to drive through the narrow roads of Nepal.

The best time to take this trip is from March to May and September to December. The weather is pleasant, and you’ll have no troubles regarding weather. But January to February is also an option to take this trip if you want to avoid the crowd.

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