We organize tour and trekking holiday for family group in Nepal. We have very carefully designed tour and trekking packages what are listed below which provide an opportunity to spend quality time experience new things together with your family. Most of our family tour pacakges includes visit to cultural sightseeing tour around Kathmandu, visit to historical sites such as Basantapur Durbar Square, Patan, Bhaktapur, Pashupatinath temple, Swyambhunath temple, Boudhanath stupa. Similarly, it also includes visit to beautiful city of Pokhara valley, Safari in Chitwan national park and magical sunrise and mountain views from hill stations Nagarkot, Shrangkot and Bandipur. We have some outdoor adventure holiday for families and it includes overnight stay at The Last Resort and activities such as rafting, hiking and more. There are six well designed tour and trekking packages listed below suitable for family groups so you can choose the trip as per your interest and age of your children.
Our family tour and trekking trips is an opportunity to spend quality time experience new things together with your family. There is nothing more rewarding than sharing new experiences and spending quality time together as a family. Vacations will pull a family together and reinforce the fact that quality time is essential. Many of our destinations are natural playgrounds perfect for inquisitive minds of all ages. And with our tailor made service we can create the perfect holiday for your family - something you'll all talk about for years to come!
Taking a vacation allows you and your family to lay back and relax and have fun without any worries. Not only this taking a family vacation will create fond memories. Years from now you could open up an album or view a video of your vacation and relive the wonderful memories once again. Memories are to be cherished and remembered for as long as you live.
On arrival in the Nepalese capital transfer to your hotel where you will stay 2 nights. Set at an elevation of 1350 metres in a bowl shaped valley and surrounded by verdant hills, Kathmandu is a city that is rich in history and heritage. The main religion here is Hinduism, which is closely followed by Buddhism and during your stay here you will be able to witness some incredible temples and palaces, some of which date back over 2000 years. B.
This morning there is an optional mountain flight (weather dependent) during which you can enjoy amazing views of the high peaks of the Himalayas including the highest mountain in the world – Mount Everest – with a peak that sits at 8,848 metres above sea level. Your first full day exploration begins with a tour of the cultural gem of Bhaktapur, the largest of the three ancient Newar Kingdoms found in the Kathmandu Valley. The city is particularly known for its arts, culture and the traditional lifestyles of its people. In this ‘open museum’ you will visit Bhaktapur’s Durbar Square where you will witness the magnificent 55-window palace which is surrounded by a number of pagodas and shikhara-style temples. Continue on to Taumadhi Square home to the early 18th Century, five storied Nyatapola Temple, which is the largest of its kind in the country. The next stop is the brand new Museum of Stolen Art which has been set up to showcase replicas of some of the woodcarvings and art works which have been stolen in recent decades.
This afternoon there will be a half day tour of Kathmansu’s Durbar Square and the ancient Swayambhunath temple and stupa complex. Many historic temples and royal palaces, built between 1200 and 1768, line the square which has been declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site. See the wooden structure of Kasthamandap, from which the city got its name, the 16th Century Taleju Temple, and Kumari Ghar which is home to the Living Goddess of Nepal. The final stop today will be the ancient religious complex of Swayambhunath, also known as the monkey temple, which is located on top of a hill overlooking the Kathmandu Valley and is one of the oldest monuments in Nepal. Later enjoy dinner at the renowned Rum Doodle Bar where you can see a roll call of all those who have climbed Mount Everest and meet with a Sherpa who has reached the peak of this natural wonder. B, D.
This morning we will take a flight west to Pokhara, Nepal’s second largest town (820m), and our base for setting out into the Himalaya. Situated on Fewa lake at 820m above sea level, the city has some stunning views of the nearby Annapurna mountains. We will drive to the trail head at Khara for an hour. before kitting up, taking a quick stretch, before beginning the first leg of the trek. The trail firstly winds uphill through terraced fields where locals grow millet, buckwheat, potatoes and rice, before heading through mixed oak and rhododendron forest. This is a short day with plenty of time to reach camp, designed to ease the group gently into the trek and acclimatize them. Stunning views of Annapurna and surrounding peaks greet us on reaching our campsite at Dhampus, a small community that exist on farming and shepherding, as well as the nascent tourism industry. We will set up camp and enjoy a hearty meal and a cup of tea, before settling in for our first night under canvas. Meals: B,L,D
After a (hopefully) bright sunrise in the mountains we will continue our trek through a series of Gurung villages where lifestyles have not changed substantially over the centuries, following a river down a valley and stopping for regular breaks to consider the evidence of geographic interest around us. Erosion, volcanic activity and climate change has continually altered the landscape around us, and the people that live here have adapted very efficiently to cope. After a picnic lunch with mountain views, we follow the trail along a river to the prosperous village of Landruk where we camp for the night. Landruk is a small village of around 1000 inhabitants and is well known locally for its honey hunting festival and its traditional Gurung culture. Meals: B,L,D
After an early breakfast we backtrack for an hour through the morning before following a trail high above the stunning Modi Khola gorge, its sheer walls rising up high around us, created by millenia of melting glacial waters that run down from the mountains. This is a great stage of the trek which will lead us again out into terraced fields and ancient oak forest (with a few ups and downs to cross tributaries) before a gradual ascent to the village of Ghandruk. We will have ample time to explore this ancient settlement and include visits to the local museum and learn about about the community that has provided the backbone of the famous Gurkha regiments for many years. Our destination is the beautiful and ornate village of Ghandruk, home to the Annapurna Conservation Area Project. Meals: B,L,D
After enjoying some even more spectacular views of the Annapurnas we head down the Modi Khola valley along a secluded village trail that is rarely followed by other trekking groups. After lunch at the scenic village of Dansing we complete a short, steep descent to the village of Birethanti following the Modi Khola river. We cross a bridge before making our way to Naya Pul where our vehicle will be waiting to take us to our private camp in Pokhara. In the evening we can go for a walk down to the lake and can either pick up any last minute gifts or ride down quiet roads to some local waterfalls and visit a nearby Tibetan community and admire some of the unique arts and crafts. Meals: B,L,D
This morning we will take our last views of the mighty snow-capped peaks of the Annapurnas and transfer east to Chitwan by road. This part of Nepal is considerably different in both its geography and anthropological make up. A more humid and low-lying region, it is famous for its animal and bird life that live in its swamps and extensive forests. We will be staying close to the National Park here to give us the best chance to experience the wildlife and habitats on offer. Our base will be in a village of Tharu people, an ethnic group indigenous to the Terai, the southern foothills of the Nepal and northern India. The spiritual beliefs and moral values of the Tharu people are closely linked to their natural environment and the pantheon of their gods exhibits a large number of deities that have close spiritual and natural characteristics linked to the forest and its animals. Meals: B,D
A full day’s activities are available including jungle walks, elephant rides, canoe rides and bird-watching, as well as talks on village life, elephant welfare and other local flora and fauna. We will spend the day in the expert hands of the local Tharu guides who have been educated in the biology and ecosystems of the region, and whose keen eyes can spot even the tiniest bird hiding in the undergrowth. We will enjoy another delicious meal together and can also see a Tharu cultural show should we wish. Meals: B,L,D
After breakfast we will transfer by road north to Kathmandu. We will enjoy a final group meal with some hearty Nepalese food and discuss what we have learned and enjoyed from our expedition to Nepal. Meals: B,L,D
Today you will be free for your own activities like shopping. Afternoon we will drop you at the Kathmandu Airport end of the package.
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