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Amazing two weeks tour in Nepal begins with Chitwan Jungle Safari and Trishuli River a package prepared by Nepal Treks And Tour. You can rejoice in the culture, tradition, and wilderness of Nepal and at the same time get an exciting thrilling experience.
This two weeks tour will take you to the heart of Annapurna with thrilling Rafting and Chitwan Jungle Safari. The trip is the perfect mesh of nature, adventure, and culture. These trips will take you from the Annapurna region to the flatlands of Chitwan.
Through trekking in the hills of Annapurna, relish the pleasure of being near the Himalayas and blend in the culture of Gurung, Magar, Thakali, and many more. Moreover, get your adrenaline rush pumped through your vein by enjoying the adventurous white river rafting on this trip. Overall, this trip is an all-rounder where you can get the thrill of being in the Himalayas, in the wild nature, and the pleasure of rafting through the wild rapids of water.
Lastly, make an awesome memory of traveling the different parts of Nepal in just two weeks tour with an amazing crew of Nepal Treks And tour. It a strongly claimed to be the only special trip that not only satisfies your eyes with the stunning beauty of nature but also entirely heals you through a spiritual journey like yoga and meditation in two weeks tour with jungle safari, rafting, trekking with Luxury accommodation.
As it is the easy type of trip offered to all types of people of different ages, they can enjoy the true nature of the majestic Annapurna’s foothill. Besides, we have more attractions which are Whitewater Rafting in Trisuli River where you will have heavenly pleasure, and Jungle Safari in Chitwan National Park with various flora and fauna. On this Two weeks tour, you’ll have experienced all types of accommodation in Nepal from the family house to the luxury.
This amazing two weeks tour in Nepal begins from Kathmandu with a drive to Benighat/Charaudi from where we start rafting. In reality, we are going to encounter the Trishuli River Rafting. We experience the rushes of white water waterway boating for 4-5 hours and go through the night at a riverside seashore resort.
The following day, we drive to Chitwan. Presently, we start to encounter Chitwan exercises like Tharu Cultural Show, Canoeing, Bird Watching, Jungle walking, Jeep Safari, and visit Crocodile and elephant rearing focus.
After going through two evenings in Chitwan, we drive to Pokhara subsequent to finishing the beautiful mountains beguiling ethnic villages, rhododendron forests loaded with winged animals, freshwater waterways, stone-cleared ways, suspension extensions, and profound sub-tropical valleys, all set underneath the lovely Annapurna’s.
While trekking, you’ll get decent and comfortable emotions at the flawless and well-overseen family visitor house. Yours climb to Poonhill in the early morning offers eminent dawn and Annapurna Massif.
You will also catch some pieces of Dhaulagiri on a far-off skyline. Ghorepani, Poonhill, Tadapani, and Ghandruk are the best places to visit and experience nearby individuals’ ways of life. You will have your convenience in the well-rumored 5-star lodgings in urban areas.
This is one of the most well-known travel bundles of Nepal that incorporates a section-level trek in Annapurna with a Nepal Tour, boating, and Jungle Activities. You will begin and end the excursion in Kathmandu.
Experience is not necessary. Good health and a minimum of fitness are still required as you walk 4/5 hours a day. Easy-grade treks are short in duration and at a lower altitude. Yet walking and going up gentle mountains, well-defined trails, and regular stages of 5 to 6 hours over decent passable paths over 3000 m of elevation. About 10 kilometers each day, is typically ideal for one week, and many people with an average fitness level. Trekking in this class is also ideal for family groups with smaller or time-limited children. These low-altitude treks often offer colorful horizons in a number of areas.
Spring ( March-May ) and autumn ( September-November) mark this trek for the best time. The weather is moderate and favorable, and the visibility is clearest during this season, And on the drier routes, you get to walk.
During this time of year, you don’t have to worry about the rain or leaks. But even in summer( June-August ) and winter (December-February), this walk is feasible, The road can be found slippery and leek-faced during the summer/monsoon.
But the walk isn’t a major issue with proper plumage and insect repellents. You can find the hill slippery in winter because of the snow and at high altitudes, feel very cold. But you can easily go on this trek with warm clothes and a happy heart.
Both Trekking Information Management System (TIMS) and an Annapurna National Park Permit also known as Annapurna Conservation Area Permits (sometimes also known as the Annapurna Protected Area Permits) would be required for this trip.
The Annapurna Conservation Area is home to the majority of trekking trails, including the world-famous Annapurna Base Camp Trek. Other people are expected to obtain a TIMS card for trekking in the Annapurna region as well as a permit from the Annapurna Conservation Area Project (ACAP).
ACAP offers to give foreigners a rate of three thousand NPR (Approx. US$ 30). SAARC nationals ACAP permit cost: 200 NPR Entry Charge TIMS allows 1,000 NPRs (about $10 dollars).
The costs of these will be taken into account in your trekking fee and your guide will oversee the entire operation (organization and travel through the trek).
These permits put you back about $40-50 for trekkers doing it alone. You will always have to carry these permits on the trail with you as they are checked at various checkpoints.
On land: Touring to and from city destinations is done on a private vehicle such as a car, jeep, or microbus. Luxury tourist buses, which are only hired by the company, for the most part, make the long-distance travel.
You will have to take a public bus on some trips, but you do not need to worry about your protection or comfort because you ride with our guides and support staff in a group.
By air: Transportation by plane is available to fly from Kathmandu to Pokhara (flight is optional and the cost is USD 75PP- One way) and Pokhara- Chitwan and back to Kathmandu (USD 90- one way) at the end of the trip.
In Kathmandu, Pokhara, and Chitwan, you will be spending the luxurious night in five-star hotels or resorts as mentioned in itineraries however during the trek, teahouses shall be used that are handpicked by our guides based on their quality and services.
The tea houses are not the Shangri-La, they are a nice place to rest at the end of a long day’s stroll. They are built of stone and wood.
Rooms are typically twin-sharing rooms with ample space to stretch. Most rooms have a separate shower and toilet — even though we do our best to manage tea houses with hot showers!
There will also be a seating space, which will be like a living room with a fireplace or boiler that will warm up to the night.
While you will be enjoying varieties of delicacies in Kathmandu, Pokhara, and Chitwan during your luxurious stay in 5-star accommodation or eating outside in full-fledged cafes, restaurants, and diners, you will also have ample opportunity to get healthy food varieties while on the trek.
The food is served on the trek according to the menu of the tea house. Pancakes, chapati, bread, French toast, egg, tea, coffee, butter tea, and milk are expected to be served for breakfast.
Dinner will include items such as Daal Bhat, curries, Chapatis, Momo, Noodles, Thupka, Dhindo, etc. It is also very convenient and expected to eat your evening meal in the same tea house in which you stay, and you will usually be told to order your dinner when you sign in.
Planning to have at least two liters of water when trekking every day is a smart way to start. Filling up water is quick. Taps in, out, or in guesthouses mean that there are plenty of places to fill your bottles and/or your water bladders.
This could be where you stay, a lunch stop, or a shared public tap used by locals. Use an efficient sterilization method to make sure your water is safe and not contaminated in any way. Bottled water is available to buy throughout the trek, but we would advise against this for a number of reasons.
You do not need them if you use the sterilization method. Environment concerns are there and also buying water is expensive up in the mountains.
Free WiFi and charge is generally available (with some exceptions) you can find free WiFi and charge, most places charge a modest fee (e.g. Rs100-400) to use WiFi or charge; WiFi can be unreliable, sluggish, or unusable.
To improve your connectivity, carry your phone with the Nepal SIM, you’ll get more than you’d think (GPRS/EDGE speed). Village electricity could be perfect during your stay. Tea houses can have the electricity to charge your electronics either from solar sources or from a battery bank but it is most wise to either have your own or not depend on electronic devices.
We suggest taking out an insurance plan for your individual accountability, accidents, and illnesses during the service. Regarding the type of activity, you may be asked to show a certificate of insurance for help and support, sanitation, and search.
This service is private and not free in Nepal, the helicopter will not take off until it is convinced to pay for the insurance.
Wherever you are your health and security are your responsibilities. In the city, the area is aware of scammers and touts. Outside the airport, or on the road, taxis are likely to charge more than normal. Pickpockets are active in cities and also in the mountains.
Even if you are an experienced trekker or have good health and stamina, you don’t know the mountains of Nepal hence, it is wise to keep up with your guide and stay close to your group.
Valuable items like gold or diamond chains, rings, and bracelets are best not carried to the mountains and also keep your day pack with you safe. Your passport, permits, phone, and cameras are supposed to be with you all the time. Keep the money you carry safe and secure.
Don’t try to get too close to the animals or go to extra lengths for the photos during your jungle safari, rafting, and also trekking times.
It is expected and is also for your safety that you travel with responsibility and sensibility.
As long as you are respecting local norms and culture and are open-minded towards the local community, you will be treated well and respected regardless of what gender, religion, and culture you are from.
This is one of Nepal’s easiest treks. In comparison with other hiking destinations, the potential for altitude sickness is also very low. You have to walk 6-7 hours a day, which means good health and strong will. It will definitely help you a lot, though.
If you have a previous trek or walking experience. In the event of bad weather, the trek may be difficult for you. Expect lots of stairs, ascends, and descends, and prepare accordingly.
Persons with a medical condition before the trip is considered must seek medical advice/agreement.
Guides and Porters
Our local Nepali team is one of the most experienced, hospitable, and respected trekking outfits in Nepal. The team is fully licensed and affiliated with the Trekking Agency’s Association of Nepal (TAAN), Nepal Mountaineering Association, Nepal Tourism Board, Govt. of Nepal, Sustainable Tourism Network, Himalayan Rescue Association, and Kathmandu Environmental Educational Project.
You will be provided with a professional and experienced English-speaking trekking guide with a good knowledge of the place and the trek. The trekking crew is skilled with the experience of over 9 years, well-trained, friendly guides, and, courteous and helpful porters, assured of a wonderfully memorable experience.
For the trek, we’ll have one porter for two people as per group size. The porter will carry 12-15 kg per person luggage during the trek. You need to carry your day pack to keep your personal belongings such as wallet, camera, water bottle, dry snack, headlight, gadgets, etc.
The safety and concerns of our porters are our collective responsibility. We take our responsibilities towards them and their safety concerns strictly. On your part, please carry only things that are of absolute
We are your completely flexible holiday friends. Want to follow different routes? We have you covered. Have extra time in Nepal? Excellent! We have more add-on tours like Chitwan Jungle Safari, a Cable Car ride to Chandragiri hills, Cooking and Yoga classes in Kathmandu, and so on.
Give us your ideas and we will prepare a complete itinerary for you. Do you want to use different standards of accommodations than those provided in the itineraries? Of course! You absolutely can.
From your arrival until your two weeks tour in Nepal with us, your wishes are our command. Feel free to make the request, Nepal Treks, and Tour is at your service.
NOTE: Single Supplementary Charge Will Be 385 USD
Your arrival in Kathmandu
Your arrival at Tribhuwan International Airport and transfer to the hotel, orientation program at 5:00 pm. In the evening welcome dinner with a cultural program. Overnight Hotel Thamel Park (D) Accommodation: Hotel Thale Park Meal: Dinner Activity: Orientation Program
Drive to Trisuli | 600 M | for Rafting and overnight in Trisuli Resort
You leave Kathmandu and drive to Trisuli, a lower-altitude area at 600 meters. Here, you have the opportunity to rafting and spend the night at a resort in Trisuli.
Drive to Nayapul | 1070 M | and trek to Birethati |1025 M| overnight in Birethati
You travel to Nayapul at an altitude of 1070 meters and then start a trek to Birethati, which is at an altitude of 1025 meters. This day involves lower-altitude trekking and immersing in the natural beauty of the region.
Trek to Ulleri 2050 M
You continue your trek, climbing to the village of Ulleri at an altitude of 2050 meters. This is a relatively moderate gain in altitude, and you’ll experience more of the natural landscape.
Trek to Ghorepani 2875 M
The trek takes you to Ghorepani at an altitude of 2875 meters. Ghorepani is a popular trekking destination known for its stunning views of the Annapurna and Dhaulagiri mountain ranges.
Hike to Poonhill 3210 M and trek to Tadapani 2630 M
You’ll embark on an early morning hike to Poon Hill, which is famous for its panoramic sunrise views. Then, you’ll trek to Tadapani, located at an altitude of 2630 meters.
Trek to Ghandruk 1950 M
The trek takes you to Ghandruk, a picturesque Gurung village situated at an altitude of 1950 meters. Here, you’ll experience local culture and hospitality.
Trek to Kimche 1550 M and drive back to Pokhara
You continue your trek to Kimche at an altitude of 1550 meters and then drive back to Pokhara, a popular city known for its beautiful lakes and mountain views.
Pokhara Sightseeing 820 M
In Pokhara, you’ll have a day for sightseeing and exploring this vibrant city, situated at an altitude of 820 meters. (World Peace Pagoda, Fewa Lake, Devis Fall, and Mountain Museum)
Drive to Chitwan 415 M
You leave Pokhara and drive to Chitwan, a region famous for its wildlife and jungle experiences, situated at an altitude of 415 meters.
Explore Chitwan 415 M
You’ll have a day to explore Chitwan’s natural beauty and wildlife through activities like jungle safaris and elephant rides.
Drive Back to Kathmandu 1300 M
You drive back to Kathmandu, returning to the capital city at an altitude of 1300 meters.
Kathmandu Valley Sightseeing 1300 M
This day is dedicated to sightseeing in the Kathmandu Valley, where you can explore historical and cultural sites.
(Swayambunath, Boudhanath, Pashupatinath, and Kathmandu Durbar Square)
Your journey in Nepal concludes, and you depart from Kathmandu for your onward destination.
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