You will have a drive from Kathmandu to Syabru Bensi, which takes about seven hours via a private jeep. Heading north out of Kathmandu, you will be driving through scenic foothills and ridgeline vistas to Syabru Bensi passing through Dhunche. While passing along the road at the bank of the Trishuli River, you can catch a glimpse of the Ganesh Himal set against the rice, maize and mustard terrace farms and hills enveloped with green forests. As you pass through Dhunche, you will feel as if you are heading towards a deeper terrain. At the same time, you will notice that the road is still under construction. Syabru Bensi is a gorgeous little settlement that lies at the bottom of tall green hills. The vast open farms lands in the village roll along the winds and provide a beautiful sight. Old Syabrubesi lies on the eastern bank of the Trishuli Ganga River and is just a 20 minutes’ walk from Syabrubesi. It has quite a few tea houses as well, and the gorge-like terrain of the village is like staying at a location overshadowed by hills on all sides. As the drive passes the village of Dhunche, the road continues along deeper terrains that gets more and more engulfed in the wild natural foliage. The village of Syabru Bensi lies north to Kathmandu and is blessed narrow-cut gorges and richly verdant hillsides. Pink baubles of rhododendrons grow in bunches on trees along the village and springtime in Syabru Bensi is extremely beautiful. Overnight stay at breakfast, lunch and dinner included.