One Week in Nepal
From 29/03/2024 to 02/01/2026
Departure dates & prices
Dates Availability Price
Mar Fri 29 2024 to Apr Fri 05 2024Sold OutFrom$640*
Apr Thu 04 2024 to Apr Thu 11 2024Limited AvailabilityFrom$665*
Sep Fri 13 2024 to Sep Fri 20 2024AvailableFrom$615*
Oct Fri 04 2024 to Oct Fri 11 2024AvailableFrom$615*
Oct Fri 11 2024 to Oct Fri 18 2024AvailableFrom$615*
Oct Fri 18 2024 to Oct Fri 25 2024AvailableFrom$615*
Nov Fri 01 2024 to Nov Fri 08 2024AvailableFrom$640*
Nov Thu 21 2024 to Nov Thu 28 2024AvailableFrom$640*
Dec Fri 20 2024 to Dec Fri 27 2024AvailableFrom$640*
Jan Fri 03 2025 to Jan Fri 10 2025AvailableFrom$635*
Jan Fri 24 2025 to Jan Fri 31 2025AvailableFrom$635*
Feb Fri 14 2025 to Feb Fri 21 2025AvailableFrom$635*
Feb Fri 28 2025 to Mar Fri 07 2025AvailableFrom$635*
Get wet and wild on a whitewater rafting adventure on the Trisuli River (the most popular river in Nepal for rafting), where you’ll zoom downstream next to giant boulders and gorges and between bright green hills.
Stretch your legs on an awesome three-night, low-altitude trek through rural villages and rhododendron forests, taking in some pretty amazing sights of the Annapurna Ranges.
Kick back in super-Zen Pokhara, where you can take a boat out and float the day away on the smooth waters of Phewa Lake.
Cruise beneath behemoth mountains and find serenity.
Start and end your trip in the bustling metropolis of Kathmandu – explore Durbar Square, wander the chaotic streets or simply kick back with a relaxing massage to soothe those post-four-day-hike feels.
Enjoy some local hospitality with a homestay with a local family in Hemjakot – this community’s architecture reflects the traditional style of the Himalayas.
Get an insight into countryside culture as you take in the views from a traditional teahouse.
By travelling on this trip, you’ll directly support our Intrepid Foundation partner, Sagarmatha Next.
Donations help them remove waste responsibly and turn rubbish into art in the Everest region.
Breakfasts Included: 1.
Lunches Included: 2.
Dinners Included: 1.
Hotel (3 nights),Tea House (2 nights),Permanent Tented Camp (with basic facilities) (1 night),Homestay (1 night).
Auto-rickshaw,Local bus,Whitewater raft,Private vehicle.
Age: min 18, max 35.
Group Size: 1 - 16.
Trisuli River - White Water Rafting (Grade 3).
Trisuli River – Riverside Camping.
Annapurna Region – 3 Night / 4 Days Trekking.
Hemjakot - Community Homestay.
Pokhara - Orientation Walk.
1 - Kathmandu Namaste! Welcome to Nepal. Your adventure kicks off with a welcome meeting at 2pm in Kathmandu, where you'll meet your trip leader and new travel pals. If you arrive early, there's plenty to do in this vibrant city. Kathmandu's most important Buddhist shrine, Swayambhunath Stupa and the nearby 'City of Devotees' Bhaktapur are well worth a visit. If you want to delve deeper into ancient architecture and rich cultural heritage, there are some Urban Adventures day tours that can help you out (just see www.urbanadventures.com). After the meeting, Maybe have dinner with your group to get to know each other or hit up one of the nearby bars. Your leader will have a tonne of recommendations for a great place for a cocktail (or two).
2 - Trisuli River Take a morning drive over the rim of the Kathmandu Valley and soak up the views of the Ganesh and Lantang ranges. Then hit the waters for some whitewater rafting on the Trisuli River - this is the most popular river for rafting in all of Nepal. Soak up the thrill of the rapids, aptly named Ladies Delight, Rock Garden and Snell's Nose, among the beauty of the nearby gorges. Explore the magnificent scenery from the rapids, and then tonight, camp on the beach and enjoy a local meal under the stars.
3 - Trisuli River - Pokhara This morning is for some more fun on the river, including negotiating the Monsoon and Upset rapids. In Kurintar, refuel your energy with a light lunch with your group and then drive to Pokhara. When you arrive, take an afternoon walk around the city with your leader, who will point out some of the best sights and sounds in the area including the gorgeous Phewa Lake. This evening is free for you to chill out at one of the many lakeside restaurants or bars. Maybe get yourself a plate of momos (dumplings) or a nourishing bowl of dal bhat (thick lentil or bean soup) for dinner tonight.
4 - Ghandruk Today, you'll make the drive from Pokhara to Shyauli Bazaar - this is where the trekking adventure begins! Your hike is mostly uphill today on some pretty diverse terrain. There's a dirt track leading to Birethanti and Shyauli villages, then you'll reach a stone staircase up to Kimche, where you'll stop for lunch. There are gorgeous views of snowcapped mountains and expansive fields below, so make sure you've got your camera. From here, you'll follow the stone flags that lead you through fields of wheat to Ghandruk. Tonight, you'll stay in your first Nepalese teahouse.
5 - Tolkha Look east this morning - that's Landruk, the next village on your route. Look down - that's the Modi Kola River 600 m below. Your breakfast this morning will be a refreshing start, with a mountain view so you can take it all in. When you've refuelled, start the trek towards Tolkha - where you'll be staying for the night. Along the way, take in the diverse scenery of the river below, the mountain above and the wild landscape on every side. The Annapurna range makes for a pretty great photo subject (and she's not shy, either).
6 - Hemjakot This morning after some breakfast, you'll continue your trek from Tolkha to Hemjakot - the best spot to connect with some locals. As you start today's walk, you'll notice you're surrounded by pink and purple rhododendrons. Do you know what you won't see much of? Other people - this trail from Dhampus to Hemjakot is pretty remote, giving you the chance to really switch off and enjoy the scenery. Tonight, you'll stay with a local family. The homes in Hemjakot reflect the traditional style of this part of the Himalayas and are made from natural stones from this region. This displays a domestic style of architecture that has largely been overshadowed in Nepal's big cities. When you arrive, you'll experience the rural way of life in the mountains, gaining insight into the local culture of the Gurung population, who migrated here from Tibet.
7 - Pokhara Say goodbye to your new friends in Hemjakot and head out again - this morning's trek is a short descent to Phedi. When you arrive, you'll take a transfer to Pokhara and arrive in time for lunch. Enjoy some free time in the afternoon to do all the things you didn't do the first time around in Pokhara - a popular choice is taking a rowboat (doonga) out on Phewa Lake. If there are blue skies today, you'll have mountain views for miles! After, maybe check out the Tal Barahi Temple and the Shree Bindhyabasini Temple, which are both free to explore.
8 - Kathmandu It's a long bus ride back to Kathmandu (so bring some snacks, road trip games and a good book). When you arrive, maybe grab a banana lassi to soak away the bus ride and say goodbye to your fellow travellers - with no further activities planned, your trip comes to an end this afternoon. If you'd like to stay longer and explore Kathmandu's nightlife further (what better way to celebrate a good trek?), just speak to your booking agent.
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