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Nepal Family Tour

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Trip Duration:

14 Days

Maximum Altitude:

2,012 m

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Teahouse / Camping/ Lodges / Hotel


Kathmandu, Nepal


Annapurna Regions / Nepal

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Highlights of Nepal Family Adventure Tour

The Nepal Family Adventure Tour offers a wide range of exciting highlights that cater to families seeking a mix of adventure, cultural experiences, and wildlife encounters. Here are the key highlights of the tour:

Short and Stress-Free Trekking and Hiking:

Enjoy short and easy treks to picturesque destinations like Dhampus, Ghandruk, Tolka, and Jhinu Danda. These treks offer beautiful landscapes, stunning views of the mountains, and a chance to experience the local culture.

An anxiety-Free tour full of delightful experiences:

Experience a well-planned and worry-free tour that ensures delightful experiences for the whole family. Our expert team will take care of all the logistics, accommodations, and transportation, allowing you to relax and enjoy your journey.

White River Rafting:

Indulge in the thrill of white river rafting in Nepal's pristine rivers. Navigate through exciting rapids, enjoy the scenic beauty of the river valleys, and create unforgettable memories with your family.

Colorful Nepal:

Immerse yourself in the vibrant culture and traditions of Nepal. Explore the bustling streets, ancient temples, and colorful markets of Kathmandu and other cities, and witness the diversity and beauty of the Nepalese way of life.

Buddha Birthplace (Lumbini):

Visit Lumbini, the birthplace of Lord Buddha and a significant pilgrimage site for Buddhists worldwide. Explore the sacred garden, monasteries, and temples, and gain insights into Buddhism's history and teachings.

Wildlife of Nepal:

Discover Nepal's rich biodiversity by visiting national parks like Chitwan or Bardia. Embark on jungle safaris, elephant rides, and nature walks to spot endangered wildlife such as tigers, rhinoceros, elephants, and a variety of bird species.

Explore World Heritage Sites of Nepal:

Explore the UNESCO World Heritage Sites in Nepal, which include ancient palaces, temples, and stupas. Visit sites like Pashupatinath, Boudhanath, Swayambhunath, and the Durbar Squares of Kathmandu, Patan, and Bhaktapur.


Enjoy the laid-back ambiance of Pokhara, known for its tranquil lakes, stunning mountain views, and adventure activities. Take a boat ride on Phewa Lake, visit the World Peace Pagoda, and indulge in paragliding or zip-lining.

Cultural Tour in Nepal:

Immerse yourself in the rich cultural heritage of Nepal through visits to traditional villages, interaction with local communities, and participation in cultural activities. Experience traditional arts, crafts, music, and dance forms.

Chitwan (a Wilderness Full of Wildlife):

Explore the wilderness of Chitwan National Park, a prime habitat for diverse wildlife. Experience thrilling activities such as jungle safaris, bird watching, and canoe rides, and witness the natural beauty of the park.

These highlights ensure a memorable and enriching family adventure in Nepal, combining adventure, cultural exploration, and wildlife encounters for an unforgettable experience.

Nepal Family Tour Itinerary Expand All Close All

Sole Encounters Trekking will welcome you at TIA, Kathmandu where our representatives will support you in transferring to the hotel. Once you have had a chance to settle in, you will meet with your guide to discuss the details of the trip before joining a welcome dinner. Stay overnight in the hotel.

About Kathmandu Valley
Kathmandu Valley is a region located in central Nepal, surrounded by beautiful mountains and hills. The valley is the cultural and political center of Nepal and is home to the country's capital city, Kathmandu, as well as several other historic cities such as Bhaktapur and Patan.

The valley is famous for its ancient temples, palaces, and stupas, which are testaments to Nepal's rich cultural heritage. One of the most famous landmarks in the valley is the Swayambhunath Stupa, also known as the Monkey Temple, which is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Other notable temples in the valley include the Pashupatinath Temple, which is one of the holiest Hindu temples in the world, and the Boudhanath Stupa, which is one of the largest stupas in the world and a major pilgrimage site for Tibetan Buddhists.

The valley is also home to several museums, art galleries, and cultural centers that showcase Nepal's diverse history and art. The Kathmandu Durbar Square, which is a UNESCO World Heritage Site, is another popular attraction in the valley that offers a glimpse into Nepal's royal past.

In addition to its cultural heritage, the Kathmandu Valley is also known for its natural beauty. The valley is surrounded by hills and mountains, including the famous Shivapuri National Park, which offers stunning views of the valley and is a popular destination for hiking and trekking.

Overall, the Kathmandu Valley is a unique and fascinating region that offers a mix of cultural, historical, and natural attractions. Whether you're interested in exploring ancient temples, learning about Nepal's rich history, or enjoying the stunning mountain scenery, the Kathmandu Valley has something for everyone.

Welcome dinner at Kathmandu.

For a day of sightseeing in the Kathmandu Valley, visiting Swayambhunath, Pashupatinath, and Boudhanath, here are some suggestions and guidelines:


Dress modestly and respectfully as these sites are considered sacred places.
Both men and women should cover their shoulders and avoid wearing revealing or skimpy clothing.
It is recommended to wear comfortable shoes as there will be walking involved.
What to Bring:

Carry a day pack with essential items such as a water bottle, sunscreen, hat, sunglasses, and a camera.
Bring some cash for any entrance fees, optional donations, souvenirs, and lunch.
Prohibited Items:

Avoid carrying any prohibited items such as weapons, drugs, alcohol, or any illegal substances.
Inside the temples, photography may be restricted in certain areas, so be mindful of the signs and guidelines.

Swayambhunath (Monkey Temple):

Enjoy the panoramic view of Kathmandu Valley from the hilltop and observe the playful monkeys.
Respect the religious rituals and customs of the temple.
Be cautious of your belongings as monkeys can be mischievous and may try to snatch items.


Pashupatinath is a sacred Hindu temple complex. Show respect for the religious activities and cultural practices taking place.
Non-Hindus are not allowed inside the main temple but can observe from outside.
Follow the guidance of your tour guide and be mindful of the cultural sensitivities of the site.

Boudhanath Stupa:

Boudhanath is a significant Buddhist site and one of the largest stupas in the world.
Circumambulate the stupa in a clockwise direction, spinning the prayer wheels as you walk.
Observe the peaceful ambiance and join the locals in prayer or meditation if you wish.
Remember to listen to your tour guide's instructions and information about each site. They will provide valuable insights into the history, culture, and significance of these places. Enjoy your day exploring the rich heritage of Kathmandu Valley!  After your tour, return to your Hotel where your tour guide will brief you on the plans for the next stage of your trip.


The drive from Kathmandu to Galaudi for rafting can take approximately 3-4 hours, depending on road conditions and traffic. 

If you have items that you do not want to take with you on the rafting trip, you can inquire at the reception of your hotel in Kathmandu about free storage options. Many hotels provide this service for their guests.

During the drive, you can expect to enjoy scenic views of the countryside and possibly encounter some traffic, especially in more populated areas. It's always a good idea to have your camera ready to capture the beautiful landscapes along the way.

Toilet facilities along the route may vary, and local toilets in rural areas might have different standards compared to those in urban areas. It's advisable to be prepared for basic restroom facilities and carry tissues or toilet paper, as well as hand sanitizer for hygiene purposes.

Once you reach the rafting start point, your rafting guide will provide you with a safety briefing, which includes information on safety measures, rafting techniques, and what to expect during the rafting adventure.

As for your main baggage, your tour operator or rafting company will have arrangements to store it securely while you enjoy the rafting experience. They will inform you about the details and location where your baggage will be kept.

The duration of the rafting trip may vary depending on the specific itinerary and river chosen. It can range from a few hours to a full day or multiple days, depending on the length of the river and the type of rafting package you have booked. Please talk to us about the different options available.

During the rafting trip, you will be provided with meals and accommodation in a riverside tented camp. The exact arrangements and facilities will depend on the tour operator and the package you have chosen.

Enjoy your rafting adventure and the beautiful riverside camp experience

Tented camp

After breakfast, you will continue your rafting adventure, finishing around lunchtime. 

Afterwards, you will embark on a drive from the rafting start point to Chitwan Saura. The driving distance from the rafting area to Chitwan can vary depending on the specific route and road conditions, but it generally takes around 4-5 hours.

Chitwan's elevation varies across the region, but the town of Sauraha, which is a popular gateway to Chitwan National Park, has an elevation of approximately 150 meters (492 feet) above sea level.

Upon arrival in Chitwan, the hotel staff will assist in setting up your program for the next day, which will typically include various jungle safari activities.

In the evening, you can enjoy a relaxing dinner at the hotel and take some time to plan and anticipate the exciting jungle safari adventure awaiting you the next day. It's wonderful to see children enjoy the experiences and activities in Chitwan. Namaste


During your full day of  jungle activities in Chitwan, you can engage in a variety of exciting experiences. Here are some of the main jungle activities to choose from:

  • Jeep Safari: Embark on a thrilling jeep safari through the dense forests of Chitwan National Park. Explore the wilderness, spot wildlife, and enjoy the beautiful natural surroundings. Please note that this option excludes the elephant safari.
  • Elephant Safari: Immerse yourself in a unique and traditional experience by opting for an elephant safari. Ride atop an elephant as it takes you deep into the jungle, providing a different perspective and the opportunity to spot wildlife up close. Please note that this option excludes the jeep safari.
  • Nature Walk: Take a guided nature walk through the national park with an experienced jungle guide. Learn about the diverse flora and fauna of the region, observe wildlife in their natural habitat, and enjoy the tranquility of the surroundings.
  • Bird Watching: Chitwan is a haven for birdwatchers, with a wide variety of resident and migratory bird species. Join a bird watching excursion led by an expert guide to spot and identify different bird species.
  • Canoe Ride: Enjoy a peaceful canoe ride along the Rapti or Narayani River, where you can observe aquatic life and various bird species along the riverbanks.
  • Tharu Cultural Program: Immerse yourself in the rich culture of the Tharu community with a traditional cultural program. Witness vibrant dances, music, and performances that showcase the cultural heritage of the region.

After a full day of jungle activities, you will return to your hotel to relax and unwind. Take the opportunity to reflect on the incredible experiences of the day and prepare for more adventures in the days to come. Enjoy your evening in Chitwan national park


After a day filled with jungle activities in Chitwan, you have the option to continue with more exciting experiences or enjoy a leisure day. Here are two possible scenarios:

  • Continue Jungle Activities: If you're eager for more adventures, you can opt to continue with additional jungle activities. Some options to consider are:
  • Elephant Bathing: Get up close and personal with elephants as you join them in their daily bath. Help scrub and clean these gentle giants while enjoying their playful interactions in the water.
  • Village Visit: Explore the nearby Tharu villages and get a glimpse into the traditional lifestyle of the local Tharu community. Learn about their customs, traditions, and unique way of life.
  • Sunset/Nighttime Safari: Experience the thrill of a sunset or nighttime safari, where you have the chance to spot nocturnal animals and witness the jungle come alive after dark.
  • Leisure Day: If you prefer a more relaxed day, you can take it easy and enjoy a leisure day at your hotel or explore the surroundings at your own pace. Some suggestions for a leisure day in Chitwan are:
  • Relax by the Pool: Take a refreshing dip in the pool or lounge by the poolside, enjoying the peaceful ambiance and beautiful surroundings.
  • Spa and Wellness: Treat yourself to a rejuvenating spa session or indulge in wellness activities offered by your hotel, such as yoga or meditation.
  • Nature Walk or Cycling: Take a leisurely stroll or rent a bicycle to explore the scenic trails around Chitwan. Enjoy the natural beauty and observe the local flora and fauna.
  • Shopping and Souvenirs: Visit the local markets in Chitwan and browse through a variety of handicrafts, textiles, and souvenirs. Purchase some unique mementos to remember your time in Nepal.

Whether you choose to continue with more jungle activities or have a leisure day, both options offer different ways to unwind and make the most of your time in Chitwan. Discuss your preferences with your tour guide or hotel staff to plan your day accordingly.


The driving distance from Chitwan to Lumbini, the birthplace of Buddha, is approximately 170 kilometers (105 miles). The journey takes around 3 to 4 hours, depending on the road conditions and traffic.

As for the altitude, Lumbini is situated at an elevation of around 150 meters (492 feet) above sea level.

Once you reach Lumbini, you will have the opportunity to explore the main birthplace of Buddha and its highlights. Some of the notable attractions in Lumbini include:

  • Maya Devi Temple: This temple is believed to be the exact spot where Queen Maya Devi gave birth to Siddhartha Gautama, who later became the Buddha. Inside the temple, you can find the marker stone indicating the birthplace.
  • Sacred Garden: The Sacred Garden of Lumbini is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and encompasses the surrounding area of the birthplace. It includes numerous monasteries, temples, and monuments built by different Buddhist communities from around the world.
  • Ashoka Pillar: The Ashoka Pillar, erected by Emperor Ashoka of India in the 3rd century BCE, stands as an important historical monument in Lumbini. It bears inscriptions identifying Lumbini as the birthplace of Buddha.
  • Lumbini Museum: The museum provides an insightful journey through the history and significance of Lumbini. It houses a collection of artifacts, sculptures, and exhibits related to Buddhism and the life of Buddha.

After exploring the birthplace of Buddha in the evening, you will return to your hotel for a nice dinner and to prepare for the next day's journey to Pokhara.

(Please note entrance fees are not included)


The driving distance from Lumbini to Pokhara via Palpa and Syanja is approximately 260 kilometers (162 miles). The journey takes around 6 to 7 hours, depending on the road conditions and traffic.

The route from Lumbini to Pokhara via Palpa and Syanja offers scenic views of the countryside, local villages, and lush landscapes. Palpa is known for its historic architecture and panoramic views of the surrounding hills. Syanja, located in the Syangja district, is also a beautiful area known for its natural beauty.

Once you reach Pokhara, you will stay in the Lakeside area, which is a popular tourist hub. Lakeside offers a wide range of accommodation, restaurants, cafes, and shops. It is situated alongside Phewa Lake, providing a picturesque setting with stunning views of the lake and the Annapurna mountain range.

In the evening, you can explore the Lakeside area, enjoy a nice dinner at one of the many restaurants offering various cuisines, or relax by the lakeside with a drink. This will also be a good time to prepare for your upcoming trek, ensuring you have all the necessary equipment and arrangements in place. 


Before you set out on your hike you will be able to meet your crew, who will accompany you to support your trek.

The driving distance from Pokhara to Dhampus is approximately 18 kilometers (11 miles). It takes around 1 to 1.5 hours to reach Dhampus by road, depending on the traffic and road conditions.

From Dhampus, you will start your trek to Tolka. The trekking distance from Dhampus to Tolka is approximately 12 kilometers (7.5 miles). The trek takes around 4 to 5 hours, depending on your pace and the trail conditions.

The altitude of Dhampus is around 1,650 meters (5,413 feet) above sea level. As you trek from Dhampus to Tolka, the altitude gradually increases. The altitude of Tolka is approximately 1,700 meters (5,577 feet) above sea level.

The famous region you will be trekking through is the Annapurna region, which is renowned for its stunning mountain views, diverse landscapes, and cultural experiences. Along the trek, you will pass through beautiful rhododendron forests, terraced fields, and traditional villages, offering glimpses of the local way of life.

Dhampus is a popular village in the Annapurna region known for its panoramic views of the Annapurna and Machhapuchhre (Fishtail) mountain ranges. Tolka, located further along the trail, is a small Gurung village surrounded by picturesque landscapes and offers a tranquil setting for trekkers.

Overall, the trek from Dhampus to Tolka in the Annapurna region provides a wonderful opportunity to immerse yourself in the natural beauty and cultural richness of the area.


The trek from Tolka to Ghandruk via Jhinu Danda is a scenic and enjoyable trail in the Annapurna region of Nepal.

The walking distance from Tolka to Ghandruk via Jhinu Danda is approximately 12 kilometers (7.5 miles). The trek takes around 5 to 6 hours, depending on your pace and the trail conditions.

As you trek, you will experience stunning views of the Himalayas, including the majestic Annapurna and Machhapuchhre (Fishtail) mountains. The trail winds through terraced fields, lush forests, and traditional villages, offering breathtaking panoramas at every turn.

Ghandruk is a picturesque village located at an altitude of approximately 1,940 meters (6,364 feet) above sea level. It is one of the largest Gurung settlements in the Annapurna region and is known for its rich cultural heritage and stunning mountain views. The village offers a unique opportunity to immerse yourself in the local Gurung culture and traditions.

At Ghandruk, you can explore the narrow stone-paved streets, visit the Gurung Museum to learn about the local history and culture, and enjoy panoramic views of the Annapurna and Machhapuchhre mountain ranges. The village also provides a great vantage point for sunrise and sunset views over the mountains.

You will have the opportunity to spend the night in Ghandruk, experiencing the warm hospitality of the local people. The village has several teahouses and lodges where you can rest, enjoy local cuisine, and soak in the tranquil ambiance of the surroundings.

Overall, the trek from Tolka to Ghandruk via Jhinu Danda offers a blend of natural beauty, cultural immersion, and mountain views, making it a memorable part of your Annapurna trekking experience.


In the morning, you can take some time to explore Ghandruk Village and immerse yourself in its unique culture and charm. You can stroll through the village, interact with the friendly locals, and observe their traditional way of life. Ghandruk is known for its traditional stone houses, intricate handicrafts, and terraced fields.

After exploring Ghandruk, you will continue your trek for a few hours towards Nayapul. The exact walking distance and duration will depend on the specific route you take. Along the way, you can enjoy the beautiful landscapes, lush forests, and picturesque views of the surrounding mountains.

Once you reach Nayapul, you will conclude your trekking journey. From there, you will be driven back to Pokhara. The drive from Nayapul to Pokhara takes approximately 1.5 to 2 hours, depending on the road conditions and traffic.

Upon reaching Pokhara, you can relax and unwind in your hotel. You may choose to take a leisurely stroll around the lakeside area, enjoy a delicious meal at one of the many lakeside restaurants, or simply rest and rejuvenate after your trek.

The trek from Ghandruk to Nayapul and the subsequent drive back to Pokhara offer a smooth and convenient way to conclude your trekking adventure in the Annapurna region while enjoying the scenic beauty of the surroundings.


If you're interested in optional activities during your leisure day in Pokhara, there are several options to consider. Here are a few popular choices:

  • Paragliding: Experience the thrill of paragliding and enjoy breathtaking views of the Pokhara Valley and the Annapurna range.
  • Boating on Phewa Lake: Rent a paddleboat or a traditional wooden boat and explore the serene Phewa Lake at your own pace.
  • Zip-lining: Get an adrenaline rush by zip-lining across the lush forests of Pokhara. It offers a unique perspective and a thrilling adventure.
  • Mountain biking: Rent a mountain bike and explore the scenic trails around Pokhara. There are various routes catering to different skill levels.
  • Sarangkot Sunrise/Sunset Tour: Embark on a short hike to Sarangkot, a popular viewpoint near Pokhara, to witness stunning sunrise or sunset views over the Annapurna range.
  • Visit Peace Pagoda: Take a boat ride to the World Peace Pagoda, located on a hilltop overlooking Pokhara. Enjoy panoramic views of the city and the mountains.

If you prefer a more relaxed day, you can indulge in a massage or spa treatment to rejuvenate your body and mind. Pokhara offers various massage and wellness centers where you can unwind and pamper yourself.

Additionally, you can explore the lakeside area of Pokhara, known for its shops, boutiques, and cafes. You can indulge in some shopping for souvenirs, handicrafts, or local artwork. Enjoy delicious meals at the lakeside restaurants, try out local delicacies, or simply relax by the lake and soak in the tranquil ambiance.

Feel free to discuss your preferences with your guide, who can assist you in planning the optional activities or provide recommendations based on your interests and available time.


If you have some time to explore Pokhara before your afternoon flight to Kathmandu, there are several places you can visit:

  • Davis Falls: Explore the mesmerizing Davis Falls, also known as Patale Chhango. It is a unique waterfall that disappears underground.
  • Gupteshwor Mahadev Cave: Visit the Gupteshwor Mahadev Cave, located near Davis Falls. It is a sacred cave with impressive stalactite formations.
  • International Mountain Museum: Gain insights into the history, culture, and mountaineering expeditions of the Himalayas at the International Mountain Museum.
  • Bindabasini Temple: Pay a visit to Bindabasini Temple, a popular Hindu temple located on a hilltop. It offers panoramic views of Pokhara city.
  • Seti River Gorge: Take a walk along the Seti River Gorge, known for its unique geological formation and stunning scenery.
  • Lakeside Promenade: Enjoy a leisurely stroll along the lakeside promenade of Phewa Lake. You can rent a boat or simply relax by the lakeside and soak in the picturesque views.

After exploring Pokhara, head to the Pokhara Airport for your flight to Kathmandu. The flight duration from Pokhara to Kathmandu is approximately 25-30 minutes, offering scenic views of the mountains and landscapes.

Ensure that you plan your time accordingly to reach the airport in advance and complete the necessary check-in procedures. Your guide will assist you with the logistics and transportation arrangements for the airport transfer.

Enjoy your flight back to Kathmandu and continue your journey in the capital city


Before your departure, please let your tour guide know your flight details so that they can make arrangements for your transfer to the airport. 

Typically, it is recommended to be ready to drive to Tribhuvan International Airport (TIA) at least 3 hours before your scheduled flight. 

Namaste! It has been a pleasure assisting you with your trip planning. We wish you a safe and pleasant journey. If you have any more questions in the future or need any further assistance, feel free to reach out. Take care and have a wonderful time!


Nepal Family Tour Cost Includes

  • Transport Services: Airport transfers and transportation to/from trekking starting and ending points, Flight from Chitwan to Kathmandu.
  • Accommodation: 3 nights in a comfortable 3-star hotel in Kathmandu, 2 nights in Pokhara, with breakfast. Basic teahouse accommodations during the trek. Accommodation in Bandipur with breakfast. Chitwan hotel stay with meals during jungle safaris.
  • Guided City Tour: A guided tour of Kathmandu covering four UNESCO World Heritage Sites.
  • Permits and Paperwork: Obtaining necessary permits, including National Park permit and TIMS card.
  • Crew and Taxes: Payment of taxes and fees for the trekking crew. Experienced, government-registered English-speaking trekking guide. Porters with a ratio of 2 trekkers to 1 porter.
  • Guide and Porter Services: Salaries, insurance, equipment, transportation, food, and lodging for guides and porters.
  • Welcome Dinner: Special welcome dinner at a Nepali restaurant for an introduction to local cuisine and culture.
  • Accommodation in Tea Houses: Lodging in teahouses along the trekking route with twin-sharing rooms.
  • First Aid Kit: Comprehensive first aid kit for emergencies or minor injuries during the trek.
  • Government and Local Taxes: Payment of all applicable government and local taxes.

Nepal Family Tour Cost Excludes

  • International Flight Ticket: Not included in the package; travelers are responsible for booking their international flights.
  • Nepal Visa Fees: Travelers need to cover the cost of Nepal visa fees independently.
  • Food and Drinks on the Tour: Expenses related to meals and beverages during the trek are not part of the package.
  • Optional Activities Fees: Any additional activities not specified in the package will incur extra charges.
  • Hot and Bottle Drinks: Costs associated with hot and bottled drinks during the trek are not included.
  • Travel Insurance and Medical Evacuation: Travelers must arrange their travel insurance, including medical evacuation coverage.
  • Electronic Device/Wi-Fi/Hot Shower: Additional charges may apply for the use of electronic devices, Wi-Fi, and hot showers during the trek.
  • Single Room in Kathmandu and Early Arrival/Departure: Extra costs apply for a single room in Kathmandu or any changes in the itinerary, such as early arrival or leaving the trip prematurely.
  • Tipping for Crews/Driver/Porter/Guides ($200): Tipping for the trekking crew, driver, porter, and guides is not included in the package and amounts to $200.
  • Personal Trekking Gears: Travelers are responsible for their personal trekking gear, which is not provided in the package.

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Traveller Useful Information

Here is a rough equipment list for a tour and 3-night trek to Ghorepani:

Clothing:Hiking pants/short

Long-sleeved shirts
Fleece jacket or warm sweater

Waterproof and windproof jacket
Down jacket (for colder seasons)
Thermal base layers
Waterproof and breathable pants
Underwear and socks (moisture-wicking)
Comfortable trekking shoes
Hiking socksHat or cap for sun protection

Gear and Accessories:

Backpack (30-40 liters)
Daypack (small backpack for day hikes)
Sleeping bag (rated for the season and temperature)
Trekking poles
Headlamp or flashlight
Sunglasses with UV protection
Water bottle or hydration bladder
Quick-dry towel

Personal toiletries

Sunscreen and lip balm (with high SPF)
Insect repellent
Personal medication and first aid kit
Snacks and energy bars


Passport and necessary travel documents
Money (in Nepalese rupees and/or US dollars)
Travel adapter for electrical outlets
Camera and extra batteries
Trekking map or guidebook
Trekking permits (obtained through your tour company)

Please note that this is a general list, and you may need to adjust it based on the specific requirements and recommendations provided by your tour company. It is essential to pack light while ensuring you have the necessary items for a comfortable and safe trekking ,

Yes, many hotels in Kathmandu offer storage facilities for their guests. Typically, hotels provide luggage storage options at the reception or front desk area. You can safely store your baggage there during your trek or tour, allowing you to travel with only the necessary items.

When you check-in at your hotel, you can inquire about their luggage storage service. The hotel staff will assist you in securely storing your belongings and provide you with a claim tag or receipt for identification when you retrieve your luggage.

It's a convenient option that allows you to travel light and have peace of mind knowing that your belongings are safely stored at your hotel while you explore other areas or go on your trekking adventure.

Client Reviews



Great trip with Local Company Sole Encounters

3rd July, 2023

We had made our trip booking six months in advance and were pleased with the prompt and efficient communication from the company. Upon our arrival in Kathmandu, we were pleasantly surprised to find our guide and driver waiting for us, ready to transfer us to our hotel. In the evening, as requested, they patiently waited for the pre-departure meeting.

Although the tour had a predefined plan, our guide was flexible and adjusted the schedule to accommodate my preferences and the location of my hotel. This allowed us to avoid backtracking and getting stuck in Nepalese traffic, optimizing our time and experiences.

Throughout the tour, I never felt rushed while visiting the sites. Moreover, I appreciated the fact that with my guide's presence, I was not bothered by local vendors, ensuring a hassle-free experience. We also had the opportunity to indulge in shopping, enjoy drinks, and savor delicious food, adding to the overall brilliance of our time in Nepal.

I would like to express my gratitude to our tour company and our exceptional tour guide for providing us with such a memorable experience

Akter Mitheela


An amazing expericed travel in nepal

3rd July, 2023

We had an absolutely incredible day on this tour! Our guide Milan, was an expert in his field. He not only possessed a wealth of knowledge but was also friendly, approachable, and laid-back, which made our travel experience in Nepal truly wonderful. Having Milan as our guide was like having a walking encyclopedia, always available to answer any questions that popped into our minds.

This tour proved to be an excellent way to explore Kathmandu, as having a knowledgeable guide by our side meant we could fully immerse ourselves in the city's rich history and culture. We felt safe and well taken care of throughout the trip, thanks to the excellent arrangements made by the company. It was a truly enjoyable and fun-filled experience that we will always cherish.

We extend our heartfelt thanks to the team for organizing such a fantastic trip and to Milan for his exceptional guidance and company.



Memorable trip

3rd July, 2023

We opted for a private tour with Sole Encounters Guy, and it turned out to be a truly remarkable experience. Our guide showcased an extensive knowledge of the area, its culture, and history, providing us with fascinating insights along the way. The driver, in a private and comfortable vehicle equipped with excellent air conditioning, ensured a smooth and pleasant journey throughout. We highly recommend this tour for anyone seeking a memorable and informative adventure.

Craft Solo


Nepal family Tour was brilliants

3rd July, 2023

We opted for a private tour with Sole Encounters Guy, and it turned out to be a truly remarkable experience. Our guide showcased an extensive knowledge of the area, its culture, and history, providing us with fascinating insights along the way. The driver, in a private and comfortable vehicle equipped with excellent air conditioning, ensured a smooth and pleasant journey throughout. We highly recommend this tour for anyone seeking a memorable and informative adventure.

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