8 Days Nepal Tour


8 Days Nepal Tour Offer

The Kathmandu Valley
The ancient city of Kathmandu is slowly turning into a modern metropolis, but within its bustling streets and squares remain numerous temples and monuments of great beauty and historical significance. The rich tapestry of the cultural heritage of Nepal is synthesized in Kathmandu valley, representing a perfect example of harmony in urban design, elegant architectures, refined cultures, colourful bazaars and straightforward and hospitable people. Once separate kingdoms in it, Kathmandu valley contains three fabled cities – Kathmandu, Patan and Bhaktapur. Out of ten UNESCO World Heritage Sites in Nepal, seven cultural heritage sites are in Kathmandu Valley. All those heritage sites are like open museums!

Some two hundred years ago a Western visitor wrote that there were as many temples as there were houses and many idols as there were people, in the city. Indeed, Kathmandu boasts one of the largest assemblages of magnificent historical monuments and shrines ever built.

The Kathmandu valley is surrounded by several most beautiful viewpoints such as Nagarkot, Dhulikhel, Namobuddha and Chandra Giri from where one can enjoy a magnificent panoramic view of the Himalayas: Manaslu (7,111m.), Langtang (7,246m.), Choba Bhamre (6,016m.) and even Everest (8,848m.). The view is particularly memorable at the end of the day when the sun slowly sets beyond the horizon, and the mountains glow in the evening light. Both sunrise and sunset, from these viewpoints, are truly breathtaking. Sometimes the lower valley remains under a thick cloud, setting off the mountains high above them. One needs a minimum of 6 days to visit all the historical sites of the valley that including seven world heritage sites and others.

From Kathmandu, we take an extended trip to Chitwan National Park, for a jungle safari experience where we will stop for two nights. The Chitwan national park is one of the best national wildlife observation parks in Asia, making it an excellent choice for safari. It was created in 1973 and was declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 1984.

Our guides are native, English or any other language speaking with knowledge of the country, they are essential to enjoy the most incredible and authentic places. The guides proudly show the most tourist sites that we cannot miss, but also those places that you will never find in guide books, so your trip to the Himalayas country is a great experience.

Pokhara, one of the most beautiful cities in Nepal, is located in the Midwest region of Nepal. Situated at 800m above sea level, therefore, its temperature is always warmer than in Kathmandu. The views of the Mountain are stunning. It has several beautiful lakes within its perimeter. It is a place to relax and enjoy tranquillity and beauty.

Trip Highlights

  • See and admire an age-old landscape, the where contains Nepal’s capital city
  • See and experience the magnificent temples, old palaces and other monuments.
  • Learn on Buddhism and Hinduism: religion, culture and way of life
  • Visit and admire the seven World Heritage sites only in Kathmandu valley
  • Visit Pokhara, one of the most beautiful cities of Nepal
  • Enjoy a safari in one of the best national wildlife observation parks in Asia,
  • See and admire the great panoramic views the Himalayas from ground and sky

Trip Profile

  • The total length of the trip: 8 days from arrival to the day of departure
  • Number of the night in Nagarkot: 1-night / Enjoy the Himalayan scenery
  • Number of the night in Kathmandu: 2-nights / visit UNESCO sites
  • Number of the night in Pokhara: 2-nights / visit the city and fabulous viewpoint to enjoy Himalayan scenery
  • Number of the night in Chitwan: 2-nights / Enjoy the Safari
  • Tour grade: Leisurely short walks.
  • Domestic flight: Kathmandu – Pokhara
  • Highest elevation: 1,600 metres Sarangkot viewpoint, Pokhara
  • People/Culture: Kathmandu valley is the home of Newars, Pokhara is a new city and inhabited by multi caste and cultural group, Chitwan is the low southern land of the country and inhabited by Tharus.
  • Accommodation: Hotel with breakfast in Kathmandu and Pokhara, and Jungle safari resort in Chitwan on full board
  • Best season: All year round except July to September

Short Itinerary









Short Itinerary


Our personnel will be waiting at the Kathmandu international airport to receive you with a traditional welcome. After checking into the hotel and refreshment, your guide of the circuit will inform you about the necessary formalities and the upcoming program. Depending on arrival time, you will have the choice of visiting nearby shrines or resting.
  • Accommodation in the Hotel.


After breakfast, we'll drive to Swayambhunath. Located on a lovely little hill, Swayambhunath Stupa is one of the fascinating architectural jewels of the Country. This Buddhist shrine is said to build around 250 b.c. The white dome, the main feature of the stupa, is identified with the spotless, pure jewel of Nirvana, and is crowned by a thirteen-tiered golden spire of conical shape. On the cube at the base of the spire is a pair of the Buddha's all-seeing eyes, painted on all four sides. The stupa stands on a typically stylized lotus mandala base, believed to have surfaced (self-originated) years ago from the lake that initially filled the Kathmandu Valley.

From the hilltop one can enjoy a panorama of Kathmandu and the rest of the Valley. A long stairway reaches the Stupa up the wooded hillside and past statues of the Buddha. But watch out for the monkeys! At the top, you'll see devotees making rounds of the stupa, spinning the praying wheels as they go around and around.

Another significant thing to be seen here is a magnificent two-tiered golden temple of Harati, the grandmother deity of children and smallpox, believed to be an Ogress until later converted into Buddhist and to be a great caretaker of the children. Next to the temple is the Dewa Dharma Monastery, noted for a bronze icon of Buddha and traditional Tibetan paintings, destroyed by the 2015 earthquake and reconstructed.

The huge gold-plated Vajra, set on the Dharmadhatu mandala at the side of the stupa, the priestly symbol of Vajrayana Buddhism, is worth a close look.

Then we'll head on to Patan. Patan, located at a distance of 7-kilometres, was once an independent Buddhist city-state, and a rival of Kathmandu, from which it separated by the Bagmati River. It is also called Lalitpur, literally the City of the Arts. The old centre has been designated a World Heritage Site by UNESCO.

Patan boasts a multitude of temples and wonders of art in and around its Durbar Square (Palace square). We'll visit the Royal Palace, which occupies one side of the square, where works of art in every piece of wood, stone, and metal are in the exhibit in the open air. We also visit the temple of Krishna, the temple of Jagat Narayan, the Golden Temple and the Temple of Thousands Buddha, among other sites.

At around the end of the tour, we'll also visit the Museum of Patan, located inside the medieval palace, which is a must for anyone interested in Asian Art, the history of Nepal, curatorial science, or religion. It is a world-class museum that displays the traditional sacred art of Nepal in an illustrious architectural setting. Its home is an old residential part of Patan Durbar, one of the royal palaces of Malla kings of the Kathmandu Valley. The gilded door and window face one of the most beautiful squares in the country.

The museum also exhibits a long span of Nepal's cultural history and some rare objects. Buddhism and Hinduism are explained in detail in extensive labels within the living traditions and context.

In the evening we'll visit Basantapur, Kathmandu Durbar Square, the old palace complex that exhibits the multitude of temples and palaces. The main attractions are the Gaddi Baithak Durbar, a Palace constructed in the Rana style in 1908, Basantapur Durbar, the main building of the old royal palace, Kumari Chowk, the residence of the Living Goddess and Kumari Bahal, where the family of Kumari resides.

Some two hundred years ago, a Western visitor wrote that there were as many temples as there were houses and many idols as there were people, in the city. Indeed, Kathmandu boasts one of the largest assemblages of magnificent historical monuments and shrines ever built. Duly recognized as a World Heritage Site by UNESCO, Kathmandu Durbar Square lies in the heart of the city. Locally, it is also called Hanuman Dhoka Palace Square. The fascinating part of this Palace complex is the towering Nine Storey Palace, overlooking the beautiful cityscape and the vast Basantapur Square. In the 1768 A.D., King Prithivi Narayan Shah build a mansion to commemorate his conquest of the Valley is known for intricately carved wooden doors, roof struts and massive lattice windows full of mythical figures.

Finalize the tour and exit through Ason Bazaar an old city centre and market, where one can see and experience a bit of what the Nepalese use in their daily life. The walk takes us to the hotel.
  • Breakfast.
  • Accommodation in the Hotel.


After breakfast we'll set off to Pashupatinath temple, considered one of the holiest of Hindu shrines. Pasupati has remained the presiding deity of all Hindu Nepalese royalty. The precinct occupies an area of 281 hectares. The main temple, displaying a golden tiled roof is off-limits to non-Hindus. To view the main temple and one of its few main gates you'll have to cross the river and climb steps to the terrace lying opposite. Along the way, you may come across Hindu sadhus and Santas there on a pilgrimage. These ghats (cremation group) along the Bagmati River are where the bodies of recently deceased Hindus of the Valley cremated.

The trip takes us on to Bhaktapur. Bhaktapur, located about 15-kilometres east of Kathmandu, is the third major city of the Valley. Bhaktapur or Bhadgaon, literally "the City of Devotees", is truly a living museum. There is the 55-windowed Royal Palace, the temple of Taleju, the palace of the Kumari, the temple of Pasupati, the main square of Tanmadhi Tole, Nyatapola (the temple of the Five Pagoda Roofs, the tallest such in all of Nepal), the temple of Akash Bhairab (the second most important temple of Badhgaon). We will also visit the square of Dha Hateya and the Square of the Potters. The UNESCO recognizes Bhaktapur as a World Heritage Site. Finalize the tour and drive back to Kathmandu.
  • Breakfast.
  • Accommodation in the Hotel.


From Kathmandu, we set off for Chitwan. The first phase of the drive takes us out of Kathmandu valley which crosses the busiest section of Thankot, the only entry and exit toward the south. Then we enjoy a thrilling highway drive to Chitwan.

The trip will last approximately 4 hours. Upon arrival, a welcome drink will get served, followed by lunch. In the afternoon, the naturalist guide takes us for an Elephant Back Safari to explore jungle and wildlife including the one-horned rhinoceros, several types of deer, monkeys, wild boars, bison, sloth bear, leopard and, if lucky, the royal Bengal tiger. This exciting ride lasts for 2-3 hours.

7:00 PM: Slide Presentation: One of our jungle experts will introduce background data and history of the Royal Chitwan National Park as well as some other topics relating to wildlife. OR. Tharu Stick Dance: farmers of the nearby village will show some of their traditional skills and dances. At around 8:00 PM. Dinner in the central dining hall.
  • Breakfast.
  • Accommodation in the Safari Resort.


You will be given a wake-up call early in the morning. After a cup of tea or coffee and biscuits, you can start the day with a short nature walk. Breakfast will get served at around 8:30 a.m. Then the tour guide will take you for an Elephant briefing program: Learn more about these fascinating animals during a visit to the elephant stable. Then return to the resort for a hearty lunch.

After lunch, the guide will take you on a Jeep Safari/canoe trip. Drive to Kasara, the headquarter of The Royal Chitwan National Park, to see the Gharial (Alligator) hatchery project, founded by the Frankfurt Zoological Society. After a short briefing about the project, drive to the oxbow lakes (Laxmi Tal and Tamar Tal) by Land Rover through dense sal forest to encounter various plants and other wildlife. And brief walk to the canoeing put-in point. Start canoeing in a traditional dug-out canoe that takes you on a silent trip down the Rapti River to view aquatic birds, crocodiles and the animals of the river bank.
  • Breakfast.
  • Accommodation in the Safari Resort.


You will be given a wake-up call early in the morning. After a cup of tea or coffee and biscuits, you can start a walk to the village, our naturalist will brief you about the social and cultural aspects of the villagers and will show you their lifestyle. Return to Hotel for breakfast. At around 9:30 a.m. prepare the suitcases and drive Pokhara.

The 200-kilometres are covered in about a 5-hour drive enjoying a thrilling highway drive to Pokhara. We'll make several stops at different points to visit, to make photographs and for lunch. The sceneries on the way to Pokhara are vast valleys, cultivated land, villages scattered over the green hills and giant mountains and rivers.

The city of Pokhara is renowned for its setting rather than its historical or cultural endowments. It has many beautiful lakes and on the far horizon a panorama featuring Annapurna, Fishtail and Lamjung. Arrive in Pokhara, check into the hotel, and the rest of the time remains free.
  • Breakfast.
  • Accommodation in the Hotel.


Today we will visit the Sarangkot View Point, International Mountain Museum of Pokhara, David’s fall, Tibetan Refugee Camp and the Barahi Temple.

Early in the morning drive to Sharangkot hill tower, to enjoy the sunrise view. Sharangkot is one of the most beautiful viewpoints of Pokhara for its exceptional panorama of Annapurna I, II, III, Mt. Lamjung, Mt. Dhaulagiri, and Mt. Fishtail etc.

After visiting Sharangkot, drive back to Pokhara for breakfast. After breakfast we Then we will visit the International Mountain Museum, which is devoted to the mountains of Nepal and the mountaineers who climbed them. Inside you can see original gear from many of the first Himalayan ascents, as well as displays on the history, culture, geology and flora and fauna of the Himalaya.

Then we continue to David's fall, the point from where all the water from the lake Fewa goes underground forming a big waterfall. The name given to this waterfall is given after when a person called David became a victim falling in the drainage.

Then we also visit the Tibetan refugee camp and the Tibetan art centre, where one can visit the monastery of the Tibetan refugees, their Carpet knitting centre and other handicrafts for sale. After visiting all the interesting points of this small town drive to the lakeside to enjoy a hearty lunch.

After lunch, we drive to the airport to board a 40 minutes short domestic flight to Kathmandu. Arrive at our hotel in Kathmandu, check into the rooms, and the rest of the time remains free.

In the evening we enjoy farewell dinner in one of the best local restaurant in Kathmandu.
  • Breakfast.
  • Accommodation in the Hotel.


Early in the morning, before breakfast, your guide and driver with a car will pick up you from your hotel and drive to the airport of Kathmandu. A flight leaves early in the morning to let us enjoy the magnificent landscapes of the Himalayas from their closest distances, with a sunrise view. During the flight, one can enjoy views of Dorje Lhakpa, Phurbi Chaychu, Choba Bamare, Gauri Shankar, the Numbur mountain, Karyilung, Cho-Oyu, Gyachung Kang, Pumori, Nuptse and, finally, Mt. Everest, Mt. Lhotse and Mt. Makalu. Our service includes flight and transportation to and from the airport.

After Landing back in Kathmandu, we drive to our hotel, take a hearty breakfast and have free time till the time limit. At the indicated time our office representative and vehicle arrive at your hotel to serve you till the airport. Drive to Kathmandu international airport, see off formalities and departure. Continue the rest of the distance on your own.
  • Breakfast.


NUMBER IN GROUP 3-Star Hotels 4-Star Hotels 5-Star Hotels
1 Persons 1,445$ 1,670$ 1,790$
2 Persons 1310$ 1435$ 1,555$
4 Persons 1289$ 1314$ 1,434$
6 Persons 1278$ 1303$ 1,523$
8 Persons 1262$ 1287$ 1,607$
10 Persons 1253$ 1278$ 1398$
12 Persons 1244$ 1269$ 1389$
15 Persons 1235$ 1260$ 1380$
Single room supplement 415$ 494$ 656$
CITIES 3-Star Hotels 4-Star Hotels 5-Star Hotels
KATHMANDU Marshyangdi or similar Shanker/Malla De’l Annapurna
POKHARA The Lakeside Resort Temple Tree Temple Tree
CHITWAN Jungle Villa Narayani Safari Barahi Jungle

What is included

  • Airport pickup and departure services as per the itinerary
  • Hotel accommodation in, Kathmandu and Pokhara breakfast included
  • All ground transportation, in Kathmandu, Kathmandu to Chiwan and Pokhara in a comfortable tourist coach with a driver.
  • Pokhara to Kathmandu airfare (tax included)
  • Sightseeing tour with an English or other language speaking guide as per itinerary
  • Two nights and three days Safari program In Chitwan National Park on a full board basis
  • Entrance fees to the monuments
  • 1 hours mountain panoramic mountain flight over the Himalaya

What is not included

  • Travel insurance (Should include helicopter evacuation and cancellation eventualities as well)i
  • Meals (except in Chitwan)
  • Tips to guide and driver and those not mentioned in the above price includes section.


Nepal has four primary seasons:
1. Winter: December–February
2. Spring: March-May
3. Summer: June–August
4. Autumn: September – November

General Weather:
Nepal has the most extensive altitude range of any country on Earth, from 65 meters in the Terai to 8848 meters on the top of Everest. Each altitude and vast valley have its weather problems. The weather is often stable in the spring and fall, and even the high passes may be free of snow. We can trek up to Everest Basecamp with simple running shoes with good weather. But one needs to be sufficiently prepared for any sudden weather changes. On a sunny and calm day, the temperature remains normal, 8 to 23 degrees, but if cloudy and windy, the temperature may drop to freezing in no time.

The best time is from mid-September to the end of January or mid-February to May. July and August are rainy months for Nepal, but each season has its affluence. The jungles will be lush to the rain forest, the rivers will swell, the lowlands or the fields of the hills will be full of rice and other crops.

During these months, Japanese tourists and tourists from other countries, loving the high Himalaya flower, come to vista flowers. And most of the tourist willing to travel to Tibet comes from May to mid-October. And we also have a lot of Spanish tourists touring and trekking in Nepal in these months.

During rainy months the parts of Terai may experience floods and travel is hot, and temperature may, at times, reach around 38 degrees. Still, Indian tourists visit Nepal to escape the heat in their lowlands during this season. During the winter months, the part of Terai will be misty and may find under winter mist until late morning (11 a.m.).

The end of February to mid-May is the best time for flora and fauna in the mountains and Terai. During this season, one may find ample rhododendron flower, magnolia, wild orchids and birdlife. The weather predominantly remains fine in all parts of Nepal.

January February is winter, and from the end of January to February, the high passes in the mountain valley will be under snow cover. During this time, the temperature around the Everest Base camp will be -17 to -30 degrees (after sunset and before sunrise). During the day, the temperature rises around 5 to 11 degrees and more if sundrenched. Nepal is a sunny country, so the temperature is much better than in some European countries, America and Canada, even during the full winter. Many of them from those countries travel to Nepal to escape their cold weather and enjoy the sunny Himalaya Panorama.

Weather in Autumn:
September to November is generally the most stable weather season in Nepal, characterised by crystal clear blue skies and very little precipitation. The Autumn season is the best time to travel to Nepal, especially to enjoy the crystal clear mountain sceneries. Autumn is also a prosperous time; the country collects all its crops and falls several important national festivals such as Dhasain and Tihar, and several Buddhist mask dance festivals such as Manirimdu mask dance festival in Everest Region. The temperature starts dropping from mid-October and remains 0 to 22 degrees.

Weather in Winter:
December to February is generally the coldest month, temperature ranging minimum 0 to 22 degrees in Kathmandu to – 17 to -30 degrees at Everest Base Camp with a short daylight period. Above 2000 metres, the day remains sunny, and the night sky remains crystal clear, enabling to count stars. The country's southern belt, known as Terai, and the deep valley remain under a misty cloud until mid-day. From the end of January, frequent snowfall could expect in the hilly regions above 3,000 metres and deep mountain valleys. It is still an ideal time to visit Nepal because the mountain sceneries are wider. The famous destinations such as Everest and Annapurnas have fewer tourists, and the temperature is still much more favourable than many western countries. The temperature remains -17 (Everest BC) to 0 to 22 degrees (Kathmandu).

Weather in Spring:
Spring – March to May is Nepal's second-best trekking season, with a long daylight period. The mid-hill starting from 2000 to 3000 metres is generally beautiful with many Rhododendron flowers, magnolia and full of wild orchids. It is also the best time to enjoy the bird and wildlife in all parts of Nepal and famously in its nature reserves such as Chitwan, Bardia and Suklaphanta. It is also the primary mountaineering season, and more than 600 climbers reach Everest BC targeting Everest's summit. Clear days remain hazy, and may expect some thunders and light rains in the low land and light hailing above 1,300 metres above sea level. The temperature remains 11 to 21 degrees.

Weather in Summer:
June to August is the monsoon season of Nepal, the most important natural phenomenon to recharge the mountains, hills and terrains, feeding with a tremendous amount of snow and water. The preceding rainy months are July and August, and we may expect daily rains after the late afternoon with heavy rains at night. In the summer season, the forest turns to lush rain forests, and rivers get swelled to their full destructive strength. The country's southern belt, known as Terai, may suffer from the flood. Low land to hill terraces will be attractive with crops, and the high land valley gets carpeted with colourful flowers and beautiful streams. During these months, people travelling to Tibet, including Mount Kailash, from Nepal, flock to its capital Kathmandu. Indian tourists and others living in the hot lowlands enjoy travelling to Nepal to escape the heat in their parts. Japanese and many other tourists arrive these months to see rare flowers and butterflies of the Himalayas. The summer. is also the best time to trek in Mugu, Upper Dolpo, Lower Dolpo, Nar Phu and Upper Mustang regions and falls several festivals such as Janai Purnima, Gaijatra, Gaura Parba, Shree Krishna Janmasthami, Teej, Rishi Panchami, Indra Jatra etc. The temperature remains 13 to 38 degrees, and the average temperature remains 22 degrees.


Where do we sleep?
We stay in a comfortable hotel, star category closable, with private en-suite bathrooms for the entire circuit.

What Equipment do I need?
You will need to bring appropriate outdoor clothing depending on the season of the year. A complete equipment list gets supplied when you sign up. Many of the necessary items are of our regular life, depending on the season of the year.

Can I arrive early or extend my stay?
Yes, you can! All you need to do is tell us what your flight details are and how many extra nights you need, and we will book your hotel accordingly. Additionally, if you would like to arrange a program of activities before or after the group tour is accomplished. There are a range of options to choose including a short trekking, hiking, or perhaps white water rafting on one of Nepal’s spectacular rivers such as the Sun Koshi, Trisuli or Bhote Koshi.

Do we join a group during tour?
We do not join/mix groups in Nepal unless you come as a group. The numbers of persons coming together with you are considered a group and served privately.

Can I have a single room?
Yes, you can! There is a single room occupancy supplement indicated in the price list.

What about insurance?
It is a condition of joining the trip that you have insurance in place which will cover you for the costs of medical treatment, cancellations, emergency rescue and repatriation to your home country. We do not sell insurance schemes so requires to manage on your own.

Do I need a visa?
Yes, you do. Everyone needs to get a visa for Nepal, but you can obtain it on arrival at Kathmandu airport. You will need to bring two passport photos and the appropriate visa fee: US $30 for 15 days, US $50 for up to 30 days, and the US $125 for 90 days. Your passport must be valid for at least six months from the date of entry to Nepal.

How fit do I need to be?
Anyone who is in good health can accomplish this itinerary. We do not require to walk except while on the tours and Jungle walk. We would recommend that you undertake some form of simple training, such as a 30-minute walk each evening for a few weeks before flying to Nepal.

Do we reach to high altitude?
The elevation of the country ranges from 65 metres above sea level to the highest point on earth, the summit of Mt. Everest at 8,848 metres, all within a distance of 200 kilometres with climatic conditions ranging from tropical to arctic. The altitude of Kathmandu is 1,350 metres above sea level, Chitwan 200 metres and Pokhara 820 metres.

What currency do we need to pay for everything?
It would be best to have Nepali currency to pay for everything, which you can convert after you arrive in Kathmandu. You can bring in euro or dollar or any convertible foreign currency.

What kind of transport are we going to get?
A comfortable, full air-conditioned tourist vehicle (Car/Van/HiAce/Sutlej Bus) as required by the numbers of persons travelling together.

Do I need vaccinations to travel Nepal?
No vaccination is required to travel to Nepal, but we suggest consulting with your doctor before travelling. You can get a vaccination in Kathmandu/Pokhara, but it is more comfortable if you get them before you travel.

What about the guide?
We provide government-certified local guides in any major international language you require. The guides are fluent in the respective language and experienced and mastered to explain every aspect of the country in detail and depth.

How do I sign up?
All bookings need to be made through Annapurna Treks & Expeditions Pvt. Ltd., and to secure your place, we will require a non-refundable deposit of a minimum of US $200 or as indicated in the booking and payment conditions section.

Payment Options:
1. Bank Transfer -this is our preferred method. Payments in US Dollars should be sent to the following account:

Account Name: Annapurna Treks & Expedition
Bank Name: Nepal Investment Bank
Bank Address: Durbar Marg, Kathmandu, Nepal, PO. Box 3412
Account number: 001 611710T
Swift Code No.: NIBLNPKT

2. Payment by a Card - payments can only be processed in Nepalese rupees (NPR), so if you wish to pay by card, we Will convert the dollar amount to a Nepalese Rupees equivalent at the prevailing exchange rate. Card payment is accepted only on your arrival into the country. There will be a 3.5% service fee on top.

Booking Payment Conditions

Booking and payment conditions
As soon as we have your Booking, with a specific program and more or less number in the group, we will release an invoice of 200$ per person for the confirmation deposit.

1. The final confirmation will require at least three months before the tours commence, with 50% of the tour payment.
2. The final and total payment will require at least 25-days before the program commences.
3. The banking transaction charges of each time payment will be needed to be borne by the sender, and a net amount of the total amount will require deposited in the company account.

Trip Cancellation
To compensate for the administrative charges, and other expenses in dealing with the booking process, the following cancellation fees will be charged.

  • Cancellation after the confirmation - loss of the deposit
  • Cancellation 45-days before trip commences - 20% of the total cost
  • Cancellation 25-days before trip commences - 50% of the total cost
  • Cancellation less than 21-days before the trip commences - 70% of the total cost
  • Cancellation after arrival or during the trip - 100% of the total cost
We, Annapurna Treks & Expeditions Pvt. Ltd., accept responsibility for ensuring that the services booked with us are as close as possible to the itinerary outfitted in our mutual understanding. You agree and understand that it may be necessary to adjust the program due to unforeseen factors. In such a case, the team's group leader and sirdar/guide will make the final decision.

Photo Gallery


Your Review


Other Trips of Annapurna Region

You may also like

Nepal and Bhutan Tour 14 Days

From Kathmandu set off on a flight to Bhutan, featuring panoramic views of the Himalaya including Everest and give an end to the at least once-in-a-lifetime tour

Nepal and Tibet Tour 18 Days

The Nepal and Tibet tour include Kathmandu, Pokhara, Safari in Chitwan, Lhasa and Everest BC, from Tibet. It is the best Tibet Tour combined with Nepal

Nepal and Tibet Tour 15 Days

Nepal and Tibet tour start with a direct flight to Kathmandu. The Nepal and Tibet tour also takes us to Everest BC, the most famous mountain base in the Himalayas! We reach the Northside Everest basecamp and admire its grandeur, taking essential photographs of a lifetime memory.

8 Days Nepal Tour

This 8 Days Nepal Tour Itinerary includes historical and natural heritage sites of Nepal and includes Kathmandu, Safari in Chitwan National Park & Pokhara City.

Kathmandu, Pokhara & Bandipur Tour 7 Days

Some two hundred years ago a Western visitor wrote that there were as many temples as there were houses and many idols as there were people, in the city. Indeed, Kathmandu boasts one of the largest assemblages of magnificent historical monuments and shrines ever built