Nepal is a Naturally rich country with different societies, religions, Mountains, and History, Thus, for Students, it is the finest Country to make a Tour and Discover Nepal on a student budget.
Our “Nepal on a Student Budget Tour” is a voyage we have put together, especially for schools, families, and students. We believe that young people must learn as much as possible about their wonderful homeland.
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Besides that, Nepal offers a plethora of destinations for students. Taking part in our “Nepal on a Student Budget Tour” is filled with adventures, fun, history, breathtaking landscapes, fauna, and flora, as well as culture and religion. The latter can be booked for a single tour.
The “Nepal on a Student Budget Tour” starts in Kathmandu and extends over 11 days.
One of the highlights is visiting the UNESCO cultural heritage sites, all with their own historical and mythological beauty. Nepal offers impressive ancient palaces with arts and architecture from a time long gone. It is important for our team that the students learn as much as possible in those 12 days. But it is not all about learning. There is plenty of room for fun and adventures.
The “Nepal on a Student Budget Tour” starts in Nepal with a cultural visit to Kathmandu. From here, we drive to Pokhara, where the first adventure is waiting: Rafting in the Trisuli River.
From here, we drive to Nayapul and have an overnight stay in Tikhedunga. On the following day, we start early to hike up to Ghorepani-Poon Hill. Watching the sunrise over the Himalayas is a magical experience, which will stay with the students for the rest of their lives. From the Poon Hill viewpoint, the students see the massive range of the Himalayas, including mountains Dhaulagiri, Annapurna, and many more.
After the sunrise, we return to Ghorepani to have breakfast and trek to Tadapani and to Ghandruk on the next day. You then, trek to Nayapul and drive to Pokhara.
From here, we continue to the Chitwan National Park, where we spend several days exploring the park, partaking in:
From here, we drive back to Kathmandu, where we spend one last night together and fly back home the next day.
Our “Nepal on a Student Budget Tour” is a highly sought-after tour. Therefore, it is essential to book early. You can read more about the itinerary of the tour on our website, where you also can get in touch with the tour guide.
Day 01: Arrive at TIA Airport Kathmandu, and transfer to the hotel in a private vehicle.
Welcome to Nepal!!!!!! Our Airport representative welcomes you to the Airport and he will transfer you to the Hotel by Private transport. Next, we will let you rest and by evening time we will take you to the Nepali authentic restaurant. We can talk about the trip and same time we enjoy Nepali local Food.
Day 02: Full day (3 to 4 Hrs.) of sightseeing within Kathmandu valley.
As you know, Kathmandu is a city where there are many Hindu and Buddhist Temples. Our City Guide takes you around the city such as Pashupatinath Temple, Boudhanath Stupa, Patan Durbar Square, Swyambhunath Stupa, and Basantapur durbar square. After all, our Guide drops you at your Hotel and gives some tips for the next day.
Day 03: Drive from Kathmandu to Rafting spot Trishuli by Bus then to Pokhara.
Safe Holiday adventure provides an experienced Guide for your entire trip in Nepal, so today our guide will take you to Rafting sport(Trisuli) by private vehicle. You can raft there with Rafting Guide over the massif Trisuli River then we drive again to Pokhara. Pokhara is the best city from where you can enjoy the magical mountain views.
Day 04: Pokhara to Nayapul drive then trek to Tikhedunga,
Finally, today you are walking in the Mountain. After breakfast in Pokhara, we drive straight to Nayapul, which is 42 kilometers then we begin the trek. Nayapul to Thikhedunga is an easy day that takes about 3 Hours through the Local Houses, farmlands, and streams. Today you can wear only half paint, a T-shirt and cap/Hat because you are walking through the valley and sunny path. If you are hungry there are plenty of small restaurants to eat Lunch if not we trek straight to Thikhedunga. It is a beautiful small Gurung village and quite some choice of Guest Houses to stay. Our Guide manages our Rooms in the Guest House at Thikhedunga.
Day 05: Trek from Thikhedunga to Ghorepani (2,820m),
Trekking from Thikhedunge to Ghorepani is probably the most difficult day comparatively but we start our walk early today. In the guest house, we take breakfast then trek to Ulleri. It is about a 2-hour steep walk on the cliff of the Mountain. Furthermore, we trek continue to Banthati, where trekkers stop for Lunch. It is like half of Ghorepani. After Lunch, the trails get a bit easier to go through the Forest. If you prefer a cool temperature then after Lunch you will have a beautiful temperature because trails are all shed. An hour and a half walk from Banthati, we reach Nangethanti. It is also an optional Lunch station. We trek continue uphill through the forest of Rhododendron then we reach Ghorepani. Ghorepani is a popular short hiking destination in Nepal and there are more than 40 Guest Houses plus, you have incredible central Himalaya View. We stay in the Guest House managed by the travel agency.
Day 06: Hike to Poon Hill in the Morning and trek to Tadapani(2,600m)
The most beautiful day on this trip is to see the magical sunrise view over the Himalayas. We hike to poon hill in the very early morning because we have to walk 1 hour on the stone-made steeps. Once we reach Poon hill, you have just indescribable Mountain View. After the Poon Hill hike, we go back to the guest for breakfast and then trek to Tadapani. It is all about a 5 to 6 hours trekking Journey today. The trails from Ghorepani toTadapani are a bit damp and steep descents most of the places but truly natural sceneries and verdant forest. Tadapani is situated on the top of the mountain so, if the weather favors you, you can still observe some high Mountains. In high season (Sep. – Nov.) and (March to May), you should pre-book your accommodation because there are limit guest Houses.
Day 07: Trek from Tadapani to Ghandruk Gurung Village (1850M), than drive to Pokhara via Nayapul.
We are descending today through the forest and still, you have a magical fishtail, Annapurna south, and Hiuchuli Mountain view. It is an easy day for Ghandruk. We take quick Lunch there and drive to Pokhara. It is your final walking day in the Mountain for this time. We will have a farewell dinner together in Pokhara.
Day 08: Drive from Pokhara to Chitwan Sauraha.
On day eight, we drive to Chitwan Sauraha. It is the most visited national park in Nepal. We stay in The Hotel. You will have city-style Accommodation in Chitwan.
Day 09: Explore Chitwan National park with an experienced wildlife guide.
There is various wildlife to observe including authentic Tharu cultural dance shows. Our Company organizes all wildlife Guide and he wills take care everything until you leave Chitwan. He will take you to the forest to show wild animals, you go with him for an Elephant safari, Cannoying, Elephant breeding place, Elephant bathing fun all you can observe. We spent the 2nd Night also in the same Hotel.
Day 10: Drive from Chitwan to Kathmandu.
It is your last day in Chitwan. Our Hotel representative will take you to the Bus station then drive to Kathmandu. it is a 5 to 6 hours drive.
Day 11: Final departure day, we transfer to the TIA airport in Kathmandu on time.
Today sadly, we have to say goodbye for this time. We organize private transport from your Hotel to Airport on time. Hope you enjoyed it and let us serve you more in the coming days.
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Where is Nepal on the World Map?
Nepal is a small landlocked country in South Asia, and it is between Massif China and India.
Is Nepal safe to travel to?
Yes, It is a safe country to travel to. The recent covid-19 is being a problem worldwide but in Nepal, there are almost No patients with covid-19. In the beginning, we had a few thousand covid patients and some of them died too but now very small numbers of people are infectious.
On another hand, Nepal is a safe country from thieves, beggars, etc. if you are a solo traveler or want to go to the Himalayas yourself, no worries you can do it because people are helpful and friendly and you feel 100% secure.
Who can go to Nepal on a student Tour?
On a student tour, teachers, students, group leaders, Porters, and Chaperones can go. in general, students need to be well prepared for their tour. Because, they should learn, and research many things at the same time while trekking.
Where is the best hike for students in Nepal?
There are a few easy and suitable trails for Students. if they are over 16 to 20 years old they can trek almost everywhere in Nepal, but simply if they are 13 to 16 years or above they can trek to Ghorepani Poon hill, Mardi Himal trek, Dhampus hike, Everest short trek, etc. Students need to learn as much as they can thus if they trek to Ghorepani Poon hill, they will get wonderful opportunities to introduce very old culture, traditional houses, forests, and sky-touching mountain views. so the Ghorepani trek is recommended and it takes only 7 days from Kathmandu.
How to book a tour or trek in Nepal?
Nepal tour or trek can be booked through the internet now. it is very simple, you just google travel agencies and find the best one. once you start cross pond then they will send you all trip details with price, services, etc, if you are happy with their services they will ask for some advance money then your trip is done.
How to Hire Guide in Nepal?
If you are traveling to Nepal through a Local travel agency, they will provide an experienced guide for you at the same price you paid. You just fly into Nepal, then the rest of the responsibilities are your travel agency. No worries…..
Next, If a package tour is expensive and if you want to hire a Local Guide, then the Guide costs 25 to 30 UD a day, Similarly porters 20 to 25 USD a day. This salary also includes his food and accommodation. if you want to talk or message to Experienced Mountain Guide in Nepal then google it…..( Freelance Guide in Nepal) then you will see many experienced guides.
Who will pick us up, when we land at Kathmandu TIA airport?
When you land at Kathmandu airport, we will pick up you no worries, we arrive on time at the airport and show onboard your name on then you can find us. once we meet you we transfer to your hotel by private car/jeep.
How is Chitwan National park?
Chitwan National park is a wonderful area and it is in the southwest of Kathmandu. after hiking in Nepal, this place could be your best destination to rest for a few days. In this national park, you will have a peaceful environment, so you can relax at the bank river. similarly, you will see some wild animals such as elephants, deers, wild boar, horn Rhinoceros, Tigers(If you are lucky enough), many birds, and Crocodiles. Furthermore, you can observe Tharu Culture dance, canning on Rapti river, Elephant back safari, explore elephant breeding centers, etc.
What to pack for the Nepal student tour?
You can pack only what is really important and try to make your light backpack. for your Nepal tour, you can take pair of T-shirts, a Pair of sucks, Trekking paint, trekking shoes, a hat for the sun, sunblock cream, sandals, a warm jacket, a sleeping bag, head torch, sunglass, toiletries, and first aid kits. if you have these items that will be enough and if you need to buy all of them then you can buy them in Nepal, They cost very cheap and you don’t have to carry them all the way from your Home.
What is the approximate budget for 11 days student tour in Nepal?
For 11 days student Nepal package tour cost about 750 USD per person. we also recommend students to bring some extra money, in case they need it.
where will students be staying during the Nepal tour?
The student group will be staying in a guest house in the Mountain while trekking, similarly Luxury Hotel in Kathmandu, Pokhara, and Chitwan. in the Mountain most of the guest houses are basic but still you will get a safe room with a locker.