Nepal Family Adventure Treking and Tour
Be part of this adventurous 12 days journey in Nepal with your family. Explore the centuries-old historical sites, have delicious Nepali foods, relish the tranquility of Phewa Lake, trek to beautiful Ghandruk villages, and go on a jeep safari in Chitwan National Park.
Nepal family adventure is a 12-day trip that involves historical sightseeing, trekking, and jungle safari. It is an excellent program that covers all the major elements of Nepal. You will not be missing anything. The Nepal family adventure allows you to have a great time with your loved ones and bond with them. Solo travelers can also join this program. You will be exploring the three major tourist cities in Nepal along with a short trek to Ghandruk village (2,012 m) via Dhampus (1,650 m) and Landruk (1,500 m).
In 12 days, you go from learning about Nepal's history while visiting the UNESCO World Heritage Sites in Kathmandu to relaxing at the shore of Phewa Lake in Pokhara. Walk through beautiful rhododendron forests and picturesque villages, relishing the breathtaking panorama of snow-capped mountains to chasing wildlife like one-horn rhinos in Chitwan before coming back to Kathmandu.
The Nepal family adventure tour is an excellent package. We offer a well-designed itinerary that will not put any pressure on your body. The journey will be very immersive and intriguing. You will learn a lot of things about Nepal, Nepali culture, traditions, art, history, and architecture. You will taste different Nepali delicacies and explore the local markets. Likewise, the Nepali people are very welcoming and friendly. Their hospitality will surely win your heart.
If the itinerary we offered does not suit your time frame or requirements, but you like the concept of the program, then do not hesitate to contact us. We will customize the itinerary as per your wish.
Major attractions of Nepal Family Adventure
Kathmandu: The Capital of Nepal
In Kathmandu, we will be exploring many old historical sites. You'll visit palaces, courtyards, museums, art galleries, temples, and monasteries. You'll be touring sites like Kathmandu Durbar Square. The Durbar square was the royal residence of the late kings of Nepal. They are now an open museum to visitors.
Likewise, the tour also takes you to the biggest stupa in Nepal, Boudhanath, and one of the most significant pilgrimage sites in the country, And how can we forget about the very famous Monkey Temple, aka Swayambhunath Stupa? Located at a hilltop, you have to climb numerous staircases to reach the top.
Local markets, the bustling streets of Thamel, Garden of Dreams, Ason Bazaar, etc are some other highlights of Kathmandu. We highly recommend tasting Nepali delicacies whenever you get a chance.
Pokhara: Beautiful City of Nepal
Pokhara is the second biggest city in Nepal. This place is known as the city of lakes. You stay around Phewa Lake, a gorgeous lake with views of Mt. Fishtail (6,993 m) and Dhaulagiri (8,167 m). Pokhara is famous for its tranquility and gateway to the Annapurna region.
Here, you can go boating on Phewa Lake, catch gorgeous sunsets, explore the Lakeside Market, if time allows, visit tourist sites like Davis Falls, Peace Pagoda, Gupteshwor Cave, Mahendra Cave, Begnas Lake, etc.
Dhampus Ghandruk Trek
The Dhampus Ghandruk trekking lasts for four days. On the fourth day, you'll drive back to Pokhara. Dhampus and Ghandruk are two beautiful villages. Both villages are known for their kind locals and breathtaking mountain views. The trekking route is easy, so you can do this trek with your family. The trail ascends and descends through lush rhododendron forests.
The trek lets you unwind and enjoy views of the Annapurna range (8,091 m), Fishtail (6,993 m), Lamjung Himal (6,983 m), Dhaulagiri (8,167 m), Nilgiri (7,061 m), etc. The landscapes along the trail are fantastic, and interaction with the locals is lovely.
Chitwan National Park
Chitwan is our final destination. Visiting Chitwan means participating in wild activities in the Chitwan National Park. You will do a jeep safari and a deep jungle walk. Then there are activities like canoeing, bird watching, bathing with elephants & visiting their breeding centers. You get to see wildlife like one-horn rhinos, elephants, deer, royal Bengal tiger, boar, peacock, and many different birds.
If you can identify plants, then the Chitwan National Park is a paradise for you. The national park houses hundreds of species of plants. In Chitwan, we’ll also visit an indigenous village of the Tharu community. You will see their stick dance in traditional clothes.