Budget Trekking in Nepal offers you a most diverse scenery, unlike most other nice places you have visited before you come to Nepal. But it is not only the scenery, What safe holiday adventure has to offer is also a wide range of wildlife, culture/custom and trip such as trekking/hiking and tour in city, you can make a trip easily what type of budget you have there are many choices.
Budget trekking in Nepal being a poplar now all over the world because budget trekking can show you so many country or places with your limit budget that’s why budget trekking being popular specially to the new generation now.
Nepal offers you a most diverse scenery, unlike most other places you have visited. But it is not only the scenery. What Nepal has to offer is also a wide range of wildlife safari tour, culture and trips (hikes) you can undertake Without hurting your budgeting. However, even with a limited budget there is no limit to the places you can visit. A hike through the Annapurna Region will grant you the magnificent view of the Himalayan with their breathtaking scenery. Annapurna trekking is the most popular tour in Nepal. You can get there out of Kathmandu without any effort. Surprise yourself with a view, you probably won’t find anywhere else in the world.
Even though, the Annapurna Circuit is most popular; there are plenty of other alternatives you can experience. For example, the Annapurna Base Camp, Ghorepani Ghandruk Trek, Dhampus Sarankot trek and the Ghale Gau tour.
Short Video Clip From Annapurna base camp
There is another region you can reach easily from Kathmandu: the Langtang Region. It is located near the border of Tibet. The Langtang Region has become famous for its unique Tamang culture, Red Pandas and its Snow Leopards. Snow Leopards both wildlife are considered endangered. Observing those animals in their natural habit without any danger might score as a life changing experience. Besides this fabulous fauna, there is also a wide variety of trekking tours for you to choose. They range from the small to the extraordinary, with other words, for every budget the right trek. By booking with a freelance trekking guide, you do not just save money (you are bypassing any agencies or middlemen) but you are supporting the local community at the same time.
Either Everest region or Annapurna you can make your budget trek, An example of a Budget trek could be…………………….
Day 1: Arrival Kathmandu airport.
When you arrive in Kathmandu airport according to your time you mentioned us by email on time we will be there at the front of airport exit gate with your name written on the white paper, than we will transfer you to your hotel by private transport. Over night stay at Kathmandu hotel.
Day 2: Drive from Kathmandu (1350 m) to Pokhara (900 m),
It is early bus drive to Pokhara after your breakfast generally so this day you have to be ready at 6.30 at your hotel than your guide of safe holiday will take to Tourist bus park. When you get in to the bus it is comfortable and high enough to see the local house, valley and mountains. The bus drive to pokhara is about 7 hours with two time stopping for goof and toile . than your guide take you to the hotel which is reserved by safe holiday adventure.
Day 3: Pokhara (900 m) – Nayapul (1075 m) – Thikhedunga (1560 m)
It is your first walking days of your trek so when you finished your showering and breakfast tr hotel your guide will provides you a private car/jeep to go to Nayapul , it is about 1.30 minute drive than you starts your trek from Nayapul which is in the valley so the small trails leads you to the valley to the north beyond Birethanti village and Modi River. It is a easy walking day through local house, river, waterfalls, corps field and the valley view over the river. After 2 hours walking you reach at Ramghai where you probably take your lunch than another 1.30 minute gradual walk to Thikhedunga. It is your place you sleep in the tea house.
Day 4: Trek from Thikhedunga to Ghorepani (2820 m).
This is one of the longest day to trek compare to other days you going to walk so you should starts your journey quite early not late than 8 am because it is about 6 to 7 hours climbing through the forest and in between you also need to stop for lunch either Banthati or Nangethati whenever you feel hungry. So the first 2 hours from Thikhedunga will be steeply climb than the walking path will be easier and in the shadow which helps you to walk better than in the sun . the nature, tranquility and executing views of the Annapurna areas makes you feel proud and your steps move faster to explore even better parts of the region. When you reach at Ghorepani area you get to see all mountains like 180 degree views even from your tea house and bed. Overnight in Ghrepani tea house.
Day 5: Early morning to poon hill than decent Tadapani(2650 m).
It is your best day of thee trip because you going to see the unbelievable sunrise view over Dhaulagiri and Annapurna and the valley view in a circle is the best view ever. After 45 minute steeply walk through small forest you will arrive at Poon hill top there is the place you see sunrise and stunning Himalaya range including 7th highest peak in the world (Dhaulagiri 8167m), after Poon hill view point you going back to the hotel at Ghorepani than take some food after walk to Tadapani.
Tadapani is a small Gurung community’s residency area . after 5 hours walking through the forest and bridges you will arrive at Tadapani ,where as the view of Annapurna south, Hinuchuli and fishtail are the Close view ever and the valley view of ABC. Spent your one night there.
Day 6: Tatapani to Syawlibazar (1150m).
It is all descending day through the tall and beautiful rhododendron forest, natural trekking paths, terrace field, wild animals and some Gurung museum. 1 hours walking through the forest after Tadapani you will be at Vaishikharka where is two lodges and tea shop than the trails goes down steeply to the next forest for another 1.30 minute to 2 hours than you are already at Ghandruk village which is largest Gurung village of kaski district and insane mountain view from every tea house. After reaching at Ghandruk village you can order your lunch it takes at list 30 minute to make by that time you can go for museum observation which is really different traditions you may like than back your hotel for lunch than another 2 hours to Syawlibazar. Where you going to get your room for the night and your dinner.
Day 7: Trek to Nayapul (1075) than Drive to Pokhara (900 m).
This day you only walk on the off road about 1.30 hours to 2 hours maximum to Nayapul than drive back to Pokhara by private transport as safe holiday managed in your package. Relaxing evening walk after reaching at Pokhara.
Day 8: Pokhara to Kathmandu.
There are two options either tourist bus or plane to go back to Kathmandu. Generally we provides tourist air cone bus to and from Kathmandu but if you want to fly it takes 28 minute and cost will be extra 100 USD on top of bus tickets. Just to share my experience bus ride sometimes takes 9 hours and at list 7 hours so if you are really tired from the trek you may fly which is mange also by safe holiday. Overnight in Kathmandu.
Day 9: Departed Kathmandu,
On your time as you told us you will get private transport to the airport , which is 30 minute drive only.
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Can I get Nepal visa when I reach in Kathmandu airport?
There are two option to go to Nepal either by plane landing in Tribhuvan international airport or go through Sunauli boarder between Nepal and India. When you reach in Kathmandu airport you can get you visa within a few minute which is easy just fill up the form, get two p.p size photo s,passport that’s all you need than after you have to pay the visa charge which is as bellows:
1. 90 Days visa cost = 100 USD
2. 15 Days visa cost= 25 USD
3. 30 Days visa cost= 30 USD
If you go to Nepal from India boarder Sunauli you just need your passport, photo and money which I mentioned above than you will get visa. It is quite long drive but to explore better south to north of Nepal you can go to Nepal from boarder side.
Is Nepal safe to visit?
Yes Nepal is a safe country even after earthquake we had already thousands of visitors each month. About 10 years ago we had really big civil war between revel party Maoist and government but now both did peace agreement and handling government together. So where ever you travel in Nepal is safe especially if you travel or trek with a authorized guide you can easily experience the culture, tradition, localities and many other fact about Nepal. So if you are thinking to go to Nepal but getting confused plz doesn’t hesitate it is safe to go to Nepal.
Which area of Kathmandu is best to stay?
There are many areas in Kathmandu where you can stay and spent your time but if you stay around Thamel area or in side Thamel you will enjoy better because there are many best restaurant, Lodges, Club, bar, local restaurant, money exchange, bank so no so you can get all kind of facilities if you stay in Thamel area or nearby.
There are few categories hotels you will get Which is hostel about 12 USD, General hotel with hot water 15 USD, 2* Hotel about 20 USD, 3 * Hotel 30 USD.
How to find best trekking agency in Nepal?
There are so many agency in Nepal up on your budget you can find Cheap, Moderate, or Luxury all kind of trip services. I would suggest you to see company profile, their Reviews, and response of the agency if possible talk on phone and decide before you sent advance.
If you go on Google also you can find some highlighted agency too but don’t belief the agency have many reviews you should face the manager or director than you can see his potential and services.
What kind of trekking equipments do I need to bring for trekking?
There are many categories of trekking in Nepal and has also differences of temperatures where do you want to go in this way your trekking equipments will determine but as usaual this are the list of trekking equipments just click the link here.
What is the best time to go to Nepal for trekking?
Generally you can trek in Nepal all year too, but you should go to the right place mostly lower loop area trek if you are visiting Nepal in Monsoon or winter. The best time to visit Nepal is September to Dec ember and February to May. These months does not get any obstacles such as too cold, landslides, heavy rain fall etc.
What is tea house trekking? Is it safe?
Tea house trekking is common activities for trekking in Nepal now as it is easy to mange and safe compare to camping trek. Tea house trek means you will sleep in the small house, and lodges each night of your trekking. You get to experience the culture, localities, traditions and many other interesting things if you stay at tea house.
Tea house trek generally they need to get authority from Nepal government to run the tea house so we will be safe if we are staying at tea house because just in case if they behave negatively we can complain him/her straight to the government related office. But camping trek does not have this option it is all at your own risk.
What kind of food can I get in Nepal?
Nepal is a small country but has mix inhabitant people it means there are so many different foods. Generally we serve all kind of food I city such as Indian, Nepali, continental, Italia, western and Tibetan. So when you are in city you can have all those items and taste of the food but during the trekking you should not expect all kind of food but still tea house from the trek will serve you spaghetti, pizza, Nepali food (Thali), Momo, fried noodles, rice, chicken, buffalo item food, eat which is enough to try al different taste in different day.
Do you also reserve hotel and plane tickets?
Yes we used to do this since many years and we will provide you a quick service and reasonable price. Beside this we also organize, rafting, City tour, home stay, volunteering plus trek, jungle safari and many more.
How much does it cost for hiring guide and porter in Nepal?
Hiring a guide and porter is easy not so expensive as every visitor can offer for their safety and also to help your trip. Professional trekking guide cost 40 USD a day who will give you totally excellent service and information the 2nd level guide cost 30 USD a day he is good enough and speak good English though and porter cost 25 USD a day including his insurance which is important while you are in Himalaya.