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Budget Trekking in Nepal

Cheap & Best trekking Route in Nepal

Budget trekking means, trekking within a limited budget and it also offers diverse scenery, a wide range of wildlife, Culture/customs, and magnificent views of the Mountains.

Budget trekking in Nepal being popular now all over the World because budget trekking can show you so many countries or places with your limited budget that is why Budget trekking is popular especially to the new generation.

Nepal offers you the 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 tours, cultural & 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 a magnificent view of the Himalayas with its 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 the most popular trek, 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 of 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 is 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 from. They range from the small to the extraordinary, in other words, for every budget the right track. 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.

Best Time to Travel

Budget trekking in nepal

In spite of the fact that individuals trek all year in this area, the best ideal opportunity to climb is September to November and March to May, when the climate is commonly accepted and the mountains are clear. Climbing outside this pinnacle season will bring significantly more isolation, yet the climate is additionally progressively conflicting. As usual, ensure you check neighborhood weather /climate situation before you set out and be persevering in observing current conditions, as climate can change rapidly in the mountains.

What is included in the Budget Trekking Package,

  • Breakfast and accommodation during the trek,
  • 1-night hotel in Kathmandu as your requirements,
  • An experienced, licensed holder guide,
  • Food, drinks, salary, insurance, equipment, accommodation, and local tax for guide and porters,
  • Local Transportation,
  • Trekking permits and trekking TIMS (Trekkers Information Management System),
  • The airport picks up and drops.


Either Everest trekking region or Annapurna you can make your budget trek, An example of a Budget trek could be…………………….

Day 1: Arrival at Kathmandu airport.

When you arrive at Kathmandu airport, according to your time you mentioned us by email on time we will be there at the front of the airport exit gate with your name written on the white paper, then we will transfer you to your hotel by private transport. Overnight stay at Kathmandu hotel.

Day 2: Drive from Kathmandu (1350 m) to Pokhara (900 m),

It is an 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 for the safe holiday will take to the Tourist bus park. When you get on 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, then your guide takes you to the hotel which is reserved for a safe holiday adventure.

Day 3: Pokhara (900 m) – Nayapul (1075 m) – Thikhedunga (1560 m),

It is the first walking days of your trek so when you finished your showering and breakfast at the hotel your guide will provide you a private car/jeep to go to Nayapul, it is about a 1.30-minute drive then you starts your trek from Nayapul which is in the valley so the small trails lead you to the valley to the north beyond Birethanti village and Modi River. It is an easy walking day through local houses, rivers, waterfalls, corps fields, and the valley view over the river. After 2 hours of walking you reach Ramghai where you probably take your lunch then 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 days to trek compare to other days you going to walk so you should start 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 steeply climb then the walking path will be easier and in the shadow which helps you to walk better than in the sun. nature, tranquility, and executing views of the Annapurna areas make you feel proud and your steps move faster to explore even better parts of the region. When you reach the Ghorepani area you get to see all mountains like 180-degree views even from your tea house and bed. Overnight in Ghorepani tea house.

Day 5: Early morning to poon hill than decent Tadapani(2650 m).

It is your best day of the 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 minutes of steeply walkthrough small forest you will arrive at Poon hilltop there is the place you see the sunrise and stunning Himalaya range including the 7th highest peak in the world (Dhaulagiri 8167m), after Poon hill viewpoint you going back to the hotel at Ghorepani than take some food after a walk to Tadapani.

Tadapani is a small Gurung community’s residency area. after 5 hours of walking through the forest and bridges, you will arrive at Tadapani, whereas 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: Tadapani 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 hour walking through the forest after Tadapani you will be at Vaishikharka where is two lodges and tea shop than the trails go down steeply to the next forest for another 1.30 minute to 2 hours then you are already at Ghandruk village which is largest Gurung village of Kaski district and insane mountain view from every tea house. After reaching Ghandruk village you can order your lunch it takes at least 30 minutes to make by that time you can go for museum observation which is really different traditions you may like then back your hotel for lunch then 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 then drive back to Pokhara by private transport as a safe holiday managed in your package. Relaxing evening walk after reaching Pokhara.

Day 8: Pokhara to Kathmandu.

There are two options either a tourist bus or plane to go back to Kathmandu. Generally, we provide tourist air cone bus to and from Kathmandu but if you want to fly it takes 28 minutes and the cost will be an extra 100 USD on top of bus tickets. Just to share my experience bus ride sometimes takes 9 hours and at least 7 hours so if you are really tired from the trek you may fly which is mange also by the 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 a 30-minute drive only.




What is included
  • Breakfast and accommodation during the trek,
  • 1-night Hotel in Kathmandu as your requirements,
  • An experienced, licensed holder Guide,
  • Food, drinks, salary, insurance, equipment, accommodation, and local tax for guide and porters,
  • Local Transportation,
  • Trekking permits and trekking TIMS (Trekkers Information Management System),
  • The airport picks up and drops.
What is not included
  • Foods in Kathmandu and Pokhara,
  • Travel insurance,
  • Nepal entry visa fees,
  • Any expense of personal nature,
  • Any kinds of Bar bills,
  • All the alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks (Coke, Fanta, a bottle of  water so on),
  • Wifi service, charging of your battery, Hot shower,
  • Rescue operation and domestic flight ticket,
  • Tip for Guide and Porter.
Start Date End Date Price In US Dollar($) AVAILABILITY Booking
A private departures on any day all around the year can be arranged for this trek/tour, for more details and dates E-mail


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Your Program Duration = 7 days Days
All the Prices are in GBP (£) Per Person.
Dani gc

I have done budget trek to Annapurna region with safe holiday team it was awesome Trek, the managment, guide and budget every thing was perfect… Thank you all. Good luck..

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Can I get a Nepal visa when I reach Kathmandu Airport?

There is two option to go to Nepal either by plane landing in Tribhuvan international airport or go through the Sunauli border between Nepal and India. When you reach Kathmandu airport you can get your visa within a few minutes, which is simple, just fill-up the form, get two p.p sizes photo, a passport that is all you need then 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 Sunauli(Border of Nepal and India), you need your passport, photo, and money, which I mentioned above, then you will get a visa. 

Is Nepal safe to visit?

In Asia, Nepal is a safe country for traveling. In Nepal, there is no thief, hassling, or political disability, which means it is a safe country.

Which area of Kathmandu is best to stay?

Kathmandu is a big city and a populated city. There are many places to stay, but Thamel is the best. In Thamel, you can have everything you need, for instance: Money exchange, ATMs, Bank, Bar, Pub, Hotel, Restaurant, Club, Travel agency, shopping stalls, etc.

How to recognize the best trekking agency in Nepal?

There are so many agencies in Nepal upon your budget you can find Cheap, Moderate, or Luxury. 

However, You should check their company profile, previous reviews, Safety, Sevices, Authorised certificate, and price, then you can go ahead. So, that should be the best travel agency. 

What kind of trekking equipment do I need to bring for trekking?

There are many categories of trekking in Nepal. There are cold, moderately cold, and warm, three types of temperature, and as per the area you go, you should list your gears. 

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 do not get any obstacles such as too cold, landslides, heavy rainfall, etc.

What is tea house trekking? Is it safe?

Tea House trek means you stay in a Local basic lodge where they serve food and bed both. It is famous now in the Himalayas of Nepal. Next, If you are doing a tea house trek, you don’t need to carry anything like a Tent, blanket, food, etc. we get everything from the Tea Houses. 

What kind of food can I get in Nepal?

In Nepal, you can get all kinds of food in the city, but in the mountain, there are selected foods only. Although, you can have Indian, western, Nepali, Tibetan, Chinese, and Italian.

Do you also reserve hotel and plane tickets?

Yes, we used to do this for many years, and we will provide you with quick service and reasonable prices. Besides this, we also organize, rafting, City tour, homestay, volunteering plus trek, jungle safari, and many more.

How much does it cost for hiring a guide and porter in Nepal?

There are few categories of the guide as per their capacity and quality. However, here are the price listed below: 

A grade Guide- A Guide who is perfect and smart from every perspective, and cost $40 US a day.

B grade Guide- A Guide who is moderate, which means he can speak general English, and he knows only limit subjects and Cost $30 US.

C grade Guide- c grade Guide cost 25 US a day, and he can not explain all, but he knows the trails and speaks basic English.

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