Due to the country’s natural beauty, cultural attractions, and outdoor adventure options, tourism is a significant industry in Nepal. Along with rafting, paragliding, and mountain biking, trekking and mountain climbing are well-liked pastimes. You can take your family to visit temples, monasteries and other cultural places that allow you to gain a deeper understanding of the history and customs of the nation.
An adventure tour of several amazing locations in Nepal is included in Pokhara Info’s Nepal Family Tour Package. We can also refer to it as a Family-Friendly Tour since it primarily focuses on Family activities. One can participate in a variety of activities on this vacation, including rafting, visiting jungle safaris, and hiking in Nepal. It’s safe to say that this is one of Nepal’s most popular guided family adventure excursions that focuses on excitement and adventure.
Bringing your family to Nepal is one of the best things you can do to have some quality time with them. Nepal is a stunning nation that has preserved its many landmarks in its best condition. Nepal differs from other nations in that it has luxuriant woods, verdant valleys, rolling hills, swift rivers, lakes, rock formations, and difficult terrain.
There are many fun and exciting things to do in Nepal, and in this post, we will explore places you have to add to your itinerary.
About the Tour
Pokhara Info’s Nepal Family Tour Package Journey to Himalaya takes 9 days. It begins the moment you set foot in this Himalayan country. We’ll take you first to some spectacular historical places in and around Kathmandu.
The city of Kathmandu is a living example of Nepal’s art, culture, custom, history, and religion. The city’s abundance of historic buildings, sites, and monuments showcase Nepal’s wealth. The historical, religious, and cultural significance of each location varies. Kathmandu is home to seven of Nepal’s 10 UNESCO-listed world heritage sites.
In Kathmandu, there are endless things to do. Therefore, we visit various heritage sites in the capital city, including Boudhanath stupa, Swayambhunath stupa, Pashupatinath temple, and Kathmandu Durbar Square, on this Nepal trip.
A team member will be waiting for you at the airport's arrivals area in Kathmandu. The agent will greet you and drive you to your accommodation in Kathmandu. The hotel representative will summarize our plans as you check-in. Spend the evening in a hotel in Kathmandu.
A guided tour of the artistic, historical, and cultural landmarks in and around Kathmandu that have been added to the UNESCO World Heritage Site lists is included in a sightseeing tour there. Your tour guide will pick you up today for a city tour after breakfast. The Kathmandu Durbar Square serves as the starting point for a family trip to Nepal.
This historical palace was built in the 16th century during the Malla era of Nepal's medieval era. The palace is a sizable complex with a palace, courtyards and temples. The building is exquisitely constructed with various stones, metal, and woodwork. We stroll around the palaces outside and then go to a museum inside.
Reaching to Pokhara
We prepare to depart the Kathmandu valley today. Your guide will pick you up from the hotel after breakfast and bring you through the country to Pokhara. The car travels along a stretch of Nepal's countryside-filled Prithvi Highway.
Most of the time, as we go along the Trishuli River, we will be treated to stunning views of terraced fields, old-world villages, and verdant hills. We make a stop along the road at a rafting location on the way to Pokhara. After spending a few hours experiencing white water rapids, we continue our journey to Pokhara, Nepal's stunning tourist destination. We check into the hotel, get ready, and get ready for a leisurely exploration of Pokhara's lakeside neighborhood.
The lakeside city of Pokhara is a lovely location with its clear air, calm lake, and mountains. We'll head back to our hotel in the evening. You should spend the night at the hotel in Pokhara.
Drive to Tikhedhunga
We travel to Nayapul today by a quick drive from Pokhara. It takes about 30 minutes to get there from Pokhara city. We exit our vehicle at Nayapul and begin walking down a track that takes us to Ghorepani. We first proceed to Birenthanti by walking along the Modi Khola.
Birenthanti is a sizable community with numerous residences, lodges, and teahouses. We proceed past the settlement and continue walking alongside the Bhurungdi river. The trail then ascends to Hile. We travel a short distance from Hile to Tikhedhunga. Spend the evening in a Tikhedhunga guesthouse.
Getting to Ghandruk
After leaving Tadapani, we travel a trail that offers breathtaking views of the surrounding mountains and flora. We descend to Ghandruk while soaking in the magnificent mountain views. Popular Gurung settlement in the area is Ghandruk. Its stunning setting and the kind residents are what make it famous. We tour a museum and several of Ghandruk's surrounding sites in the afternoon. We will have a wonderful dinner at a guesthouse in Ghandruk in the evening. Spend the evening at a guesthouse in Ghandruk.
Back to Pokhara to Chitwan
We descend a track from Ghandruk until we reach the bank of Modi Khola. We move in the direction of Birenthanti from here. The trail is beautiful and simple. We proceed to Birenthanti and subsequently Naipaul by way of a beautiful trail lined with picturesque hamlets. We board a van in Nayapul that will deliver us to our Pokhara guesthouse.
We arrive at the Chitwan National Park after around six hours. We participate in a brief introductory program and see the local Tharu village. We stroll to the Rapti river in the evening to enjoy the sunset views. In the late evening, savor genuine Nepali cuisine and a genuine Tharu dance and culture event. Spend the evening in a hotel in the Chitwan National Park.
National Park Tour
Today, you can take part in a forest walk, a safari in the jungle on a vehicle or an elephant, depending on your preference, and a boat ride along the Rapti river. We spend the entire day exploring the wildlife, taking jungle hikes, and observing birds. If you're lucky, you might come across a variety of creatures in the park's dense jungle. You may encounter deer, monkeys, peacocks, and crocodiles, among other creatures. We go to the elephant breeding facility if the time allows us to. We spend the evening in a hotel in the Chitwan National Park.
Back to Kathmandu
We leave for the drive that will take us back to Kathmandu after breakfast. We will deliver you to your accommodation in Kathmandu as we arrive. Spend the evening in a hotel in Kathmandu.