Sunday, 19 November 2017
Sunday, 19 November 2017
Family friendly trekking holidays in Nepal is an appealing prospect. Nepal itself is a beautiful country in terms of natural sceneries, the Himalayan ambiance and the aspect of multiculturalism. It is the home of some of the tallest Himalayas in the world, including Mount Everest- the world’s tallest mountain peak. Moreover, eight of the ten tallest mountain peaks in the world are situated in Nepal. With many features, spending the holidays with your family in Nepal brings about much opportunity to experience something new and unique. Nepal is a country where many different ethnicities reside together in harmony. Likewise, the landscape of Nepal is also different from one place to the next. This makes for a very exotic experience.
We at Nepal Hiking Team have gathered some of the best family friendly trekking holidays in Nepal that we offer and have compiled them into a list. If you are thinking about visiting Nepal with your family, then you might want to take a look at the information that we have provided down below. Nepal truly is a country that has a lot to offer. You can enjoy the many hallmarks of Nepal together with your family in the most amazing way with us!
All inclusive price: USD 680 per Person
Max Elevation: 3210 meters
Total Duration: 12 days
Best Time: March – May and Sept – Dec
The Ghorepani Poon Hill Family Trek is one of the best family friendly trekking holidays in Nepal. You can enjoy Nepal’s authentic history in the medieval palaces the journey covers. Many Hindu and Buddhist culture at the stupas and temples in Nepal are incorporated in the trip. The beautifully manifested art, culture and craftworks showcase Nepal’s unique beauty. UNESCO listed sites are a perfect place for family photo where beautiful Newa arts are demonstrated in the walls, pillars and building of old palaces, temples and stupas.
The whole family can relish a beautiful drive along Nepal’s countryside to Nagarkot- a beautiful hill station near Kathmandu. Take your tea and lunch together under the backdrop of beautiful Himalayas. After the lush Himalayan beauty of Nagarkot, you can move forward to Pokhara. A scenic drive along the Trishuli River takes you to Pokhara, the picturesque lakeside city.
Once you reach Pokhara, you will enjoy a drive to Nayapul and start a family hike together, walking along the vibrant villages and passing the lush farmlands and forests of the Annapurna. The divine beauty of sunrise over the Annapurna, Dhaulagiri, Nilgiri and Gangapurna Himalayas from Poon Hill is simply indescribable!
All inclusive Price: USD 610 per person
Max Elevation: 2300 meters
Total Duration: 9 days
Best Time: Jan – May and Sept – Dec
The Annapurna Family Hike is another family friendly holidays in Nepal that is extremely beautiful and beguiling. It is an interesting tour designed to experience all the major glories of Nepal in a short amount of time. The Annapurna Family Hike with Nagarkot tour is a blend of the tour experience and a hiking experience. It lets you experience the unique art, culture and history of Nepal in its UNESCO listed historical and cultural sites. Similarly, the ancient medieval palaces, old temples and arts demonstrated in the walls, pillars and windows of these said buildings are simply fascinating to experience.
This cultural experience is followed by a drive to a popular vantage point near Kathmandu – Nagarkot. The views of mountains like the Annapurna range, Dhaulagiri range, Manaslu range and the Gaurishankar range from this point are breath-taking.
After Nagarkot, the tour continues on to the Australian Base Camp and Sarangkot, two popular vantage points in the Annapurna region that provide panoramic views of the Annapurna Himal, Dhaulagiri, Nilgiri, Gangapurna and many more. The whole family can experience getting acquainted with the local people along the way as well. The unique aspect of culture, tradition and lifestyle of Nepal’s countryside adds more nuance to the journey.
The Annapurna Family Hike with Nagarkot Tour is an ultimate family friendly trekking holidays in Nepal that is full of adventure. It does not require any difficult physical strenuousity at all, but still presents the best views and sights. It is also easily accomplish-able by kids and old aged family members.
All Inclusive Price: USD 520 per Person
Max Elevation: 2195 Meters
Total Duration: 8 days
Best Time: Jan – May & Sept – Dec
The Nagarkot Family Hike with Jungle Safari is among the family friendly trekking holidays in Nepal that gets you close to the majestic snow clad mountains and wild animals. A scenic drive from Kathmandu with the glimpse of Ganesh Himal from your window pane will take you to Sundarijal.
From this point, you and your family will start your trekking journey through the stone paved staircase to Shivapuri National Park. From Chisapani, the route follows a straight path through dense forests and opens up to villages uphill and downhill until reaching Nagarkot. Once in Nagarkot, you can enjoy the views of majestic mountains with your family together.
After spending some time together in backdrop of the Himalayas, you will drive towards Chitwan National Park for wildlife exploration. Enjoy a family ride on an elephant and encounter some wild animals. The beautiful location, views of amazing landscapes and the animals make the jungle safari quite thrilling.
All Inclusive Price: USD 1,150 per Person
Max Elevation: 3210 m
Total Duration: 12 days
Best Time: Jan – May & Sept – Dec
Nepal Adventure Tour lets you experience the unique art, culture and history of Nepal in its UNESCO listed historical and cultural sites. This experience is then followed by a popular adventure activity- rafting. Experience the white water rapids in the Trishuli river of Nepal!
Nepal Adventure Tour is among the family friendly trekking holidays in Nepal that takes you to Poon Hill, the popular vantage point in the Annapurna region. You can walk through vibrant villages enjoying the warm welcome and hostility of the people on the way. You also pass terraced farmlands, rhododendron and oak forests and make you way to Ghorepani enjoying the majestic views of mountains like Annapurna Himal, Dhaulagiri, Nilgiri, Gangapurna and many more.
Next is the Chitwan National Park. It is an opportunity to get close to the wild life in its natural and undisturbed habitat. You can encounter some wild animals as you ride in the elephant with your whole family. Nepal Adventure Trek is an ultimate journey full of adventure that requires less physical endurance. It is less tiring but full of fun and excitement.
You can choose from many more packages that we offer. But whatever the case, you will be presented with the best services and a wonderful experience that the whole family can revel in!
Wednesday, 06 December 2017
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Monday, 06 November 2017
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Sunday, 05 November 2017
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Wednesday, 18 October 2017
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