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Kathmandu, the City of Temples, is the gateway to the Nepalese Himalayas, and home to seven world heritage sites. Support eco-tourism by exploring the Nepalese rural life, arts and culture with locals, or do a homestay trekking with locals.
A trip will not be complete without a trek to view the majestic Mt. Everest (a short flight to Lukla airport required). The most popular choice is the Everest Base Camp trek, which brings you to the foot of Mt. Everest; but other options such as Everest View Trek or Island Peak Climbing are available too.
Pokhara is the gateway to Annapurna, 'the Jewel of the Himalaya', where trekkers all over the world come for their respite.
Come face to face with Mt. Everest with the popular Annapurna Base Camp trek, or trek up Poon Hill for an impressive summit view of the Himalayas. You can also choose to get away from the crowds in an intimate Annapurna Community trek, where you'd stay in local villages while still enjoying the incredible sights.
Pokhara is also famous for their river rafting, a thrilling and unique way to experience the Himalayas.
Nepalganj is a simple town that has not yet been discovered by the world - in there, experience Indian savor as you hear more Hindi spoken than Nepali, and take a leisurely walk through the old bazaar.
Nepalganj is also the closest airport to Bardia National Park Safari, one of the few places where you can see the Bengal tiger in its natural habitat.
Bharatpur, just a short 20-mins flight from Kathmandu, is perfect for those who wants to incorporate both culture and wildlife into their trip. In Bharatpur, there are many museums, temples, and palaces to deepen your cultural understanding of the region.
Bharatpur is also the gateway to many national parks in Nepal. Check out Chitwan National Park Safari, the first national park in Nepal. We recommend doing a homestay alongside the safari to truly experience the Barauli culture!
Start in Kathmandu. Do a city walk to learn more about life in the remote areas of Kathmandu Valley or opt for a village homestay where you experience the lives of the locals.
Then, take a flight to Pokhara to enjoy the Himalayan views. Rafting is a unique and fun way to experience the Himalayas without vigorous hiking.
Lastly, take a flight to Chitwan to visit Chitwan National Park, famous for its wildlife - packages usually come with a homestay as well so you can interact with the friendly locals!
Explore Nepal’s most classic short trek up to Annapurna Base Camp, one of the easier treks to view Mt. Everest. We recommend spending 2-3 days acclimatising in Kathmandu, before taking a flight/bus to Pokhara to start your 10-days trek.
At Pokhara, you can also try out rafting - a fun and unique way to experience the Himalayas.
If time allows, head to Bardia National Park - the journey there is long (~8 hrs - 2 flights, 1 car ride) but worth it as you spend the next 4 days spotting tigers and rhinos away from the crowds!
Everest Base Camp is Nepal’s most popular trekking trail. You’ll have to take a flight from Kathmandu to Lukla so buffer in some time for travel.
The trek itself will take about 2 weeks, taking you through breathtaking mountain views (though be prepared for the trek to be crowded!).
If you still have time after, consider heading to Chitwan National Park (a short flight from Kathmandu) or Bardia National Park (longer journey, but lesser crowds) to try your luck at spotting wildlife including tigers and rhinos.