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dscn8032The objective of this trip is to trek in an off-the-beaten-track region of Nepal where there is varied terrain of moderate difficulty, spectacular mountain views, interesting villages, and friendly local people who see few trekkers

We avoid the major trekking routes and get to experience a very different side of Nepal. We try to include a visit to a staff member’s village to experience wonderful Nepalese hospitality and cross-cultural interaction.

We continually research and choose different areas to make this trip as special as possible, so there is no pre-set itinerary, but you won’t be disappointed!

Detailed Itinerary

Arrive in Kathmandu and transfer to the Kathmandu Guest House. Day free to relax and get over your jet-lag!

1

Today there is an organised sightseeing tour of Kathmandu and Patan that will give you a basic orientation of the area for further exploration on your own.

2

Final briefing and preparation for trek then the rest of the day is free to discover the shops, temples, back alleys, restaurants and people of Kathmandu on your own. Your guide is always available to help plan excursions such as an optional day-hike in the valley.

3

We begin our special trek in a region of Nepal where we are off the main trekking trails most of the time, and where the villages and local people have not been overly influenced by trekkers and tourism. We start from Kathmandu and spend the first half of the day driving through scenic foothills to the starting point of our trek. From here we have an afternoon walk to our first campsite of the trip.

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A wonderful trek with spectacular diverse scenery and interesting villages and culture and people continues for the next nine days. Some of the regions we plan to explore will be Gorkha, Helambu, and the off-beat areas of Langtang and Annapurna.

5-11

After trekking to the end of our trail and the road-head, we are met by our private vehicle and driven back to Kathmandu, arriving in the evening. Overnight at the Kathmandu Guest House.

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Free in Kathmandu to relax after the trek, take long showers, go swimming, shopping, restauranting, or explore the surrounding countryside.

13

Trip ends. OR begin optional Chitwan Jungle Safari, River Rafting or Tibet trip etc. !

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PLEASE NOTE: On adventure trips of this type, local weather, politics, transport or a multitude of other factors beyond our control can result in a change of itinerary. It is, however, very unlikely that the itinerary would be substantially altered; if alterations are necessary the leader will decide what is the best alternative, taking into consideration the best interests of the whole group. Where a change does occur, we do everything we can to minimize its effect, but we cannot be responsible for the results of changes or delays.

Synopsis

Trip Grading:

Length: 14 days, 9 day trek.

Max. Altitude: 13,000ft / 4000m (depends on route)

Begins/Ends in Kathmandu

Land Cost: $1760 Full-service tented trek (includes everything). Standard "Tea-house" trek is 40% less.

International Airfare: Apx. $1800 to Kathmandu (from North America)

Jan 13 – Jan 26, '19
Feb 10 – Feb 23, '19
Mar 03 – Mar 16, '19
Apr 07 – Apr 20, '19
Apr 28 – May 11, '19
May 05 - May 18, '19

Jun 02 - Jun 15, '19
Oct 06 – Oct 19, '19
Nov 03 – Nov 16, '19
Nov 24 – Dec 07, '19
Dec 08 –Dec 21, '19

Single supplement: $195

Included in the Price: 9 days trekking including all meals and major equipment; 5 nights accommodation in Kathmandu and/or Pokhara or other towns; internal transportation to and from trek; airport transfers for group flights; one day sightseeing of Kathmandu valley; services of an experienced trip leader, cook, porters, and local guides.

NOTE ON FLIGHTS: We use major international scheduled carriers for our trips, including routes that go via Europe, the Gulf states, India, or Asian cities like Bangkok, Singapore, and Hong Kong. We can explain various price and routing options for different airlines when you book and help you choose the best itinerary to fit your budget and time. However, please note that many flights into Kathmandu are heavily booked months in advance during the high season. Reserve your flight as soon as possible even if you can't confirm the trip yet.

'Full-service camping' vs. 'Tea-house' treks: THIS IS A FULL-SERVICE CAMPING TREK, WITH PRIVATE KITCHEN, FOOD, AND STAFF, COMPLETELY INDEPENDENT OF "TEA HOUSES". IF YOU WANT TO DO THIS SAME TREK STAYING AND EATING IN "TEA-HOUSES", THE COST IS ABOUT 40% LESS THAN FULL-SERVICE, BASED ON A MINIMUM OF 2 PARTICIPANTS DEPARTING ON ANY DATE YOU WISH. PLEASE INQUIRE.

You can also contact Canadian Himalayan Expeditions directly for more information.

Synopsis

Trip Grading:

Length: 14 days, 9 day trek.

Max. Altitude: 13,000ft / 4000m (depends on route)

Begins/Ends in Kathmandu

Land Cost: $1760 Full-service tented trek (includes everything). Standard "Tea-house" trek is 40% less.

International Airfare: Apx. $1800 to Kathmandu (from North America)

Jan 13 – Jan 26, '19
Feb 10 – Feb 23, '19
Mar 03 – Mar 16, '19
Apr 07 – Apr 20, '19
Apr 28 – May 11, '19
May 05 - May 18, '19

Jun 02 - Jun 15, '19
Oct 06 – Oct 19, '19
Nov 03 – Nov 16, '19
Nov 24 – Dec 07, '19
Dec 08 –Dec 21, '19

Single supplement: $195

Included in the Price: 9 days trekking including all meals and major equipment; 5 nights accommodation in Kathmandu and/or Pokhara or other towns; internal transportation to and from trek; airport transfers for group flights; one day sightseeing of Kathmandu valley; services of an experienced trip leader, cook, porters, and local guides.

NOTE ON FLIGHTS: We use major international scheduled carriers for our trips, including routes that go via Europe, the Gulf states, India, or Asian cities like Bangkok, Singapore, and Hong Kong. We can explain various price and routing options for different airlines when you book and help you choose the best itinerary to fit your budget and time. However, please note that many flights into Kathmandu are heavily booked months in advance during the high season. Reserve your flight as soon as possible even if you can't confirm the trip yet.

'Full-service camping' vs. 'Tea-house' treks: THIS IS A FULL-SERVICE CAMPING TREK, WITH PRIVATE KITCHEN, FOOD, AND STAFF, COMPLETELY INDEPENDENT OF "TEA HOUSES". IF YOU WANT TO DO THIS SAME TREK STAYING AND EATING IN "TEA-HOUSES", THE COST IS ABOUT 40% LESS THAN FULL-SERVICE, BASED ON A MINIMUM OF 2 PARTICIPANTS DEPARTING ON ANY DATE YOU WISH. PLEASE INQUIRE.

You can also contact Canadian Himalayan Expeditions directly for more information.