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Kathmandu Countryside Hike

Trip Overview

Trip Highlights:

  • Short and easy trekking near Kathmandu valley.
  • Spectacular mountainous view.
  • Insightful and architectural Namo Buddha monastery.
  • Traditional life style of local people & culture
  • Buddhist norms,mediation and yoga activities
  • Mixture lifestyle of aryan,tibetan & newari culture

Chisapani-Nagarkot-Dhulikhel-Namo Buddha- Kathmandu trek is one of the easier trekking trail in Nepal designed to explore nature and culture of Nepal’s countryside and the amazing mountain views. This trek is also known as Around Kathmandu Valley Trek.It is an excellent trek for those who wish to avoid a long, strenuous trek or have time only for a short and easy trek and fit for all age group and for all seasons. Despite being close to Kathmandu these areas are still not affected by modernity and still preserves a traditional lifestyle.

Outline Itinerary

Day 01: Drive to Sundarijal & trek to Chisapani (2160m /7130ft).) 5/6 hrs walk

Day 02: Chisopani  -- Nagarkot (2175m/7134ft), 5-6 hrs trek.

Day 03: Nagarkot – Dhulikhel (1550m) 5-6 hrs. trek

Day 04: Dhulikhel – Namo Buddha (1810m), 5/6 hrs trek

Day 05: Namo Buddha – Panauti (1620m) – Drive to Kathmandu : 4-5 hrs trek and 2 hrs drive
 

Itinerary

Day 01: Drive to Sundarijal & trek to Chisapani (2160m /7130ft).) 5/6 hrs walk

Today we take a short drive from Kathmandu to Sundarijal and start our trekking to Chisapani where you will be enjoying the real beauty of nature with the Himalayan view.

Day 02: Chisopani -- Nagarkot (2175m/7134ft), 5-6 hrs trek.

Today we hike towards Nagarkot. It is the famous panoramic hillside from where we can get picturesque view of sunrise and sunset.

Day 03: Nagarkot – Dhulikhel (1550m) 5-6 hrs. trek

Our journey continues to Dhulikhel from Nagarkot. Dhulikhel is the trade hub for the surrounding places and ancient Nepal- Tibet trade point where we can see the Newari and Nepali lifestyle.

Day 04: Dhulikhel – Namo Buddha (1810m), 5/6 hrs trek

The trail proceeds through the unspoillt villages and almost no tourist. Eventually, after 5/6 hrs treks bring you a Tibetan Buddhist village Namobuddha with beautiful chorten and monastery. 

Day 05: Namo Buddha – Panauti (1620m) – Drive to Kathmandu : 4-5 hrs trek and 2  hrs drive

Trek to legend village to Panauti and explore ancient temples. On the way offers a complete rural landscapes and living museum. After lunch drive to historical heritage site Bhaktapur. Explore full afternoon and evening drive back to Kathmandu and transfer to Hotel.      

Equipment List

  • Day pack 
  • Hiking shoes
  • Fleece-shirts
  • Hiking trousers
  • Rain coat 
  •  Shorts
  •  Sun Hat 
  • Sunglasses 
  • Camera 
  • Book/music player

Useful Info

WHY TO CHOOSE US? 

  • Your satisfaction is our goal
  • Your safety is our first priority
  • Uniquely amazing experience is our promise
  • Uncompromising service is our intent
  • Skilled and professional field team is our strength

FAQ

1. Can I see typical Nepali villages during the trek?
Absolutely ! You can get the typical Nepali villages and feel and learn Nepali culture in the trek as most of the trekking routes are in the countryside. 

2. Should I be fit for the trekking?
For the easy and low altitude trekking you don’t need to be worried about the fitness. Trekkers are requested to do jogging, swimming, long walking and bicycling for few weeks before the trekking starts.

3. Is there problem to trek for elderly people?
For the elderly people we walk slowly. We have done trekking with people at the age of around 75 and it went very well. They enjoyed and did not face any problem.

4. Can I trek with the kids?
Definitely ! If the kids are under five years old, we do not recommend trekking above 3000 meters. There are many beautiful trekking trails with wonderful views below 3000 meters that are perfect to trek with the small children.

5. In case of helicopter rescue needed who will pay the money?
The tourists will pay all the expenses by themselves.

6. Can I talk to my family or friends from the trekking?
In most of the trekking routes, phone services are available where you can call from. But in some long-distanced trekkings, you may not have phone access for a couple of days or you may have phone access only once you reach at the hotel in the evening. 

7. Are trekking guides and porters are entitled to life insurance ?
All our staff have life insurance. They and provided the proper cloths and other necessary equipments. 

8. Do I get picked-up from the Airport?
Our office representative meet the guests just outside of the terminal hall with a play card in the name of the guests and our office name. Guests are dropped at the hotel by our staff with a private car.     

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  • The trip can be easily booked
  • We provide budget friendly trips
  • We provide the best price in comparision
Duration 4 nights 5 days
Transportation Bus/Jeep
Group Size 1-18
Difficulty Easy
Max Elevation 2300m
Accomodation Hotel/Lodge
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