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Nepal Family Adventure

11 days from £2820pp plus international flights.

If you want an unusual and diverse adventure to enjoy with your family, this superb holiday could be it!

Nepal really isn't just about trekking and temples! This trip shows just how much more there is to this fabulous country.

Whether you're a couple, group of friends, or a family with children (we'd suggest from about 12-years-plus, mainly due to the rafting), you'll come away from this holiday with a huge smile on your face and incredible memories to treasure.
The trip includes the 'must-see' sights in the Kathmandu Valley, such as Patan City, Durbar Square, Boudhnath and Swayambunath Stupas, and Bhaktapur.  
Then there is adventure - a white water rafting trip on the Trisuli River. It's mostly grade 2-3 rapids (no higher) so it feels thrilling and intrepid without being too scary for someone who's never done it before.
We stop the rafting an hour or so's drive away from Chitwan.  Once here you start your wildife experiences, with jeep safaris, canoe rides and walks. With luck you'll spot some great birdlife and a variety of wildlife such as gharials, spotted deer, monkeys, and hopefully also the Asian one-horned rhino.  Tigers are possible, but quite rarely seen, so this would be a huge bonus if that happened. 
Heading back north you then head for the ancient hilltop town of Bandipur before arriving in Pokhara. Walks, hikes, lake boat trips, and seeing the sunrise a lighting up the Himalayas - it's all possible from here.
Nepal really does put a smile on your face!


Arrive at Kathmandu airport, where you will be met and taken to your hotel. The rest of the day is spent at your leisure. Kantipur Temple House is a traditional Newari-style hotel within walking distance of the shops and restaurants of the Thamel district of Kathmandu. It is also close to Durbar Square, the plaza in front of the old royal palace and a UNESCO World Heritage Site.


Today you will have a guided tour of some of the sites of Kathmandu, such as Swayambunath stupa. Your tour also visits Patan City, possibly the oldest of the cities in the Kathmandu Valley. Like Kathmandu it has its own Durbar Square with many palaces and temples which has been designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Tonight you have dinner at Bhojan Griha a restaurant offering traditional Nepali food and entertainment. Breakfast, dinner.
Family rafting in Nepal


We will drive you from Kathmandu to Charaudi on the Trisuli River to start an exciting whitewater rafting adventure. Trisuli River is an excellent river for those looking for a short river trip, without the challenge of huge rapids, but with some really exciting whitewater, beautiful scenery and a relatively peaceful environment. Tonight you will be camping on the riverbank. Great fun!
Full board.
Trisuli River, Nepal


This morning you continue rafting down the Trisuli for about another 2 hours. Then your journey continues to Chitwan National Park. Nepal's first national park was established in 1973 to protect the rare Asian one-horned rhino, then on the verge of extinction. In addition to the rhinos, there are many other large mammal species here, including tigers, sloth bears, wild boars and rare antelopes.
Full board.

Elephant bathing


A full day to explore Chitwan, with a six-hour jeep safari and picnic lunch. Full board.



A final morning in Chitwan National Park before heading to the ancient hilltop town of Bandipur with its mediaeval houses and temples. It was once an important stop on the trade route between India and Tibet, and most of its fine architecture and temples date from this more prosperous era. Full board.
Family trekking in Nepal


You spend the morning in Bandipur then continue on to Pokhara which is about a 3 hour drive. Pokhara is the third largest city in Nepal and one of its major tourist attractions. Located in the foothills of the Annapurnas, Pokhara is picturesquely sited on the edge of Lake Phewa (Phewa Tal) with beautiful views of the Annapurna Mountains.
Breakfast, lunch.
Fishtail Mountain, Nepal


Today you have a full-day guided tour of the picturesque city of Pokhara and its surroundings. After the tour return to your lakeside hotel.
Guru in Nepal


Today you fly from Pokhara to Kathmandu and return to Kantipur Temple House for your final 2 nights in Nepal.


A full day of guided tours in the Kathmandu Valley. The valley contains many important temples and monuments and your tour will sites such as the famous Boudhnath stupa. The Kathmandu Valley was once dominated by the Newari people, and you can see fine Newari architecture in many of the local villages and towns like Bhaktapur, which you will visit today.
Elephant sculpture


Your tour ends in Kathmandu this morning. You will be transferred to the airport in time for your flight.
Price & Dates

Guide price from (pp sharing): £2820 (ex. international flights)

Price notes: 2019 prices based on 2 sharing and excluding flights: 01 Jan – 31 Dec. 2019 from £2820


Accommodation based on twin share; all transfers; meals as specified; white water rafting excursion; jungle activities in Chitwan (jeep safari, short canoe safari, nature walk, ox-cart ride to Tharu village);tour of Pokhara; flight from Pokhara to Kathmandu; guided tours of Kathmandu, Patan City, Bhaktapur (including main sites e.g. Swayambunath, Boudhnath).


International airfares, taxes, visas, insurance, meals not specified; drinks, tips, items of a personal nature.

Getting there: You need to fly to Kathmandu. There are no direct flights from the UK, so you need to go via India or the Middle East. Flights cost from roughly £700 depending on the date and availability.

Departure dates: You can take this holiday any time you like as it is a private tailor made itinerary.

places you will see

places you will see

Kathmandu is Nepal's capital and largest city, at the heart of the country. is a vibrant, bustling city, with many interesting sights and fascinating markets.

Chitwan National Park
Chitwan National Park
Chitwan National Park is the best known and most popular of Nepal's parks, and you can fly, drive or raft down to the lowland Terai to get there. Whichever way you choose, you will be impressed by the range of wildlife you can see here.

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Time: GMT +5.45 hours

Flight time: There are several airlines flying to Nepal via the Middle East with flight times of 10 to 15 hours depending on the length of the stopover.

Language: Nepali is the official language and there are many other minority languages. English is widely spoken by people involved in the travel industry.

Visas: Required for British citizens, can be obtained on arrival at the airport.

Health: There are no compulsory vaccinations.


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