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“Home to the world’s highest peaks and an inimitable blend of idyllic natural scenery and laid back charm.”


84 Explore Nepal


Highlights ■ Kathmandu ■ Himalayas ■ Mount Everest ■ Chitwan National Park ■ Pokhara ■ Trekking ■ Nepalese Cuisine ■ White Water Rafting


Tour notes ●


Departure dates – Tour departs every week on a Thursday and is based on a minimum of 2 passengers travelling.


● Guides – Full services of qualified guides and porters during the trek, plus the services of our local guides for the sightseeing elsewhere.





Accommodation – Please note that the accommodation on the trek is very basic with shared bathrooms and can be dormitory-style accommodation. Most have electricity and hot and cold water but not guaranteed.


● Transportation – Will be in air-conditioned vehicles except during the trek. ●


Equipment – Details of trek equipment will be provided at the time of booking.


● Fitness –A medium level of fitness is required. ●


Visa – The required Nepalese visa is not included in the tour price – details will be provided at the time of booking.


Nepal offers breathtaking mountains, centuries-old culture, and friendly welcoming people whose way of life has altered little over the years. Its compact size makes it easy to explore a myriad of natural wonders even within a stringent timescale.


Days 1-2: London – Delhi – Kathmandu Overnight flight from Heathrow to Delhi then on to Kathmandu with Jet Airways, arriving in the afternoon. Stay at the Hotel Himalaya for 2 nights.


Day 3: Kathmandu Visit Swayambhunath, Kathmandu’s most ancient and enigmatic holy shrine famed for its glittering golden spire. Enjoy the architectural wonders of Kathmandu valley, home to some of the country’s most spectacular masterpieces. Afternoon at leisure, followed by a delicious Nepali dinner with traditional cultural performances. (B/D)


Day 4: Kathmandu – Bandipur Journey in the morning to Gorkha Durbar Palace – home of the first King of Nepal, which has astounding views overlooking the peaks of the


Himalayas. Your tour continues to Bandipur, a living museum of Newari culture where over 70% of buildings are traditional structures. Overnight at the Bandipur Mountain Resort. (B/D)


Day 5: Bandipur – River Camp Wander through a genuine Newari market before heading to the starting point for river rafting. Overnight in a tented camp by the riverbank, a perfect opportunity to soak up this gloriously tranquil and unspoilt region. (B/L/D)


Day 6: Naranghat – Chitwan Enjoy breakfast by the banks of the river before continuing rafting to Gaighat, then head to Chitwan National Park. Stay at the Machan Paradise Resort for 2 nights. (B/L/D)


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