Nepal Family Holidays

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Venturing into a family trip to Nepal is going to worth every bit. A short hike amidst the hills surrounding Pokhara, exploring jungles on the back of an elephant and a sightseeing tour of historic world heritage sites offering the real taste of Nepal is a spectacular plan for a family holiday in the diverse and beautiful country of Nepal. The Nepal family holiday is a leisurely trip delicately put together for a thrilling family adventure with kids, plenty of fun-filled activities are enlisted that are guaranteed to be enjoyed by both yourself and the kids. Precisely delineated so as to provide enough bonding and fun time for families without making you very tired.

The colorful and bustling streets and alleys of Kathmandu which will take you to the historic age-old monuments and heritage sites will definitely be an indulgence in the culture of Nepal. After exploring Kathmandu to the fullest, we make our way to Pokhara. Graced by the spectacular Himalayan ranges all around, Pokhara will unveil the adventurer in you as you visit the caves, temples and waterfalls and of course go for boating on the serene lake Phewa. The relaxed and chill vibe at Pokhara will definitely uplift your spirits. You can walk along with the lovely lakeside market along the lake, enjoy the local delicacies at many of the restaurants and enjoy playing with your kids. A fantastic three day, easy and comfortable trek to the most popular Annapurna foothills awaits you. The spectacular mountain scenery during the trek will definitely leave you in awe. The lodges where you will be accommodated during the trek provide good basic facilities. Although it may not be luxurious and may not necessarily offer continental food, however, they will be made with love and served with smiles.

After your stupendous, short trek to the Annapurna foothills, we bid goodbye to Pokhara. We make our way towards the jungle of Chitwan National Park on a drive on your private. A 5 hr drive to the lowland of Terai will bring you to a safari resort by the park. A bunch of thrilling activities is well planned ahead for you such as the elephant back safari, a jungle walk, bird watching, canoeing, a visit to the elephant breeding center visit ( we can see several baby elephants too) and a dip in the rivers with elephants. Come face to face with the exotic species of Asian rhinos, different species of deer’s, crocodiles, boars, peacocks. This highly recommended destination will definitely be enjoyed to the fullest by your family. As for the trekking part, you can go for a longer trek of 6 or 7 days or a shorter one or even two days, depending on what suits your family’s needs the best. (though we have a three trek here). 

How to book or enquiry about this trip?

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  • Explore the old heritage sites, Buddhist Stupas to Hindu temples and beautiful Pokhara city with amazing Annapurna Himalayan Ranges. 
  • Experience sightseeing destinations in Kathmandu, such as Durbar Square, Buddhist Stupa of Swoyambhunath and Boudhanath, Hindu temples of Pashupatinath and Bhaktapur/Changu Narayan
  • Travel through Patan Durbar Square, Mahaboudha Temple, Kumbeshwor Temple, Krishna Temple, Golden Temple, etc.
  • Enjoy the view of the beautiful Annapurna Himalayan Ranges and spectacular snow-capped mountains
  • Explore Phewa Lake, Rupa Lake, Mahendra cave, the Davis Fall, the gorge of the Seti River (it is safe to go there), etc. Grand views of Legendry and virgin Mount Fish Tail (Machapuchree) make your stay in Pokhara absolutely stunning. 

Outline Itinerary

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Day 1:Arrival in Kathmandu Airport, warm reception and transfer to hotel.
  • Accommodation:Hotel
  • Meals:BLD
  • Place:Kathmandu

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  • Place:Kathmandu
  • Accommodation:Hotel
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  • Place:Pokhara
  • Accommodation:lodge
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  • Place:Ghandruk
  • Maximum Altitude:2000m
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  • Place:Deural
  • Maximum Altitude:1600 m
  • Accommodation:Hotel
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  • Place:Pokhara
  • Accommodation:Resort
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  • Place:Chitwan
  • Accommodation:Resort
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  • Place:Chitwan
  • Accommodation:Hotel
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  • Place:Kathmandu


    • All surface transfers as per itinerary
    • Domestic airfare and airport tax
    • Three star hotel in Kathmandu and Pokhara on bed and breakfast basis
    • Guided tour in Kathmandu, Pokhara , entry fees, boating fees
    • An English speaking guide with necessary porters.
    • Three meals with tea and coffee, accommodation on mountain lodges during the trek
    • Necessary permit and tims cards, all expenses of our trekking staffs.
    • All meals, accommodation and safari activities while in Chitwan National park.
    • Fare well dinner in Kathmandu with live culture show!
    • Nepal visa (requires USD 25 in cash and one photograph, free for children below 10 years, granted upon arrival in Kathmandu)
    • Personal equipments and clothing.
    • Cold drinks, beverages, tips.
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    Useful Information

    Cost for Nepal Family Holidays: please send us an inquiry and let us know how many of you are there in your group to do this tour; we will provide you all the necessary information with the cost details and itinerary as per your requirements and group size.

    If the above Nepal Family Holidays itinerary couldn't meet your needs, we can design a tailor-made itinerary to suit your needs. It is also possible to combine with some other activities such as Tibet tours,Bhutan tours, and Everest flight.

    Why Nepal?

    The presence of the great Himalayas throughout the country’s northern periphery, lush green hills sheltering different species of flora and fauna, and various monuments showcasing the country's rich culture and history makes Nepal an almost mythical country. 

    Temples, medieval palaces, and pilgrimage sites line the Kathmandu Valley with modern places of entertainment like theatre and clubs. Mostly famous for the UNESCO World Heritage Sites, the valley boasts narrow cobbled streets full of spice bazaars, shrines, and artisan workshops. 

    The mountainous region of the country is sparsely populated and is the center for mountaineering and peak climbing. However, Nepal is not just for trekkers or mountaineers. There is something for everyone. The wide variety of travel options available offers experiences beyond the mountains. Adventure sports like white-water rafting, bungee jumping, rock climbing, and many more will make anyone wanting more of what this country has to offer. 

    Quick Facts of Nepal

    • Capital of Nepal: Kathmandu
    • Currency: Nepalese rupee (NPR)
    • Population of Nepal: 29.5 million
    • Area: 147,181km²
    • Languages in Nepal: Nepali and tribal languages. English is widely spoken
    • Time in Nepal: GMT+5.45
    • Religions: Hinduism and Buddhism
    • International dialing code for Nepal: +977
    • Voltage in Nepal: 220V 50Hz AC
    • Internet TLD: .np
    • ISO 3166 code:  NP
    • Drivers on the:  Left

    Is Nepal Safe to Travel?

    Yes, Nepal is a very safe country for travelers. Tourists feel safe traveling in the country, perhaps due to the local people’s kindness and hospitality. The Nepalese people are very welcoming and are excellent hosts who always try their best to make you feel at home.

    Over the past ten years, tourism in the country is growing at an exponential rate. In 2019, 1.17 million tourists visited Nepal. As the major source of income for the country, the government promotes tourism, ensuring the safety and ease of tourists.

    Best time to visit Nepal

    Autumn season (October to December) is the best time to visit Nepal as the skies are clear and the views are spectacular. The weather remains dry until April.

    January and February are freezing, especially at night, but traveling in Nepal around this time will reward you with incredible panoramas and quieter trekking trails. March onwards, the temperature increases, and days are cloud-free. Late spring is a wonderful time to travel as well. The rhododendrons burst into bloom, and the trails become more mesmerizing.

    The heat and humidity levels build-up from May until the monsoon rains arrive in June, and the clouds mask the beautiful views of the mountains. Nepal celebrates different festivals all year round, so there is often a festival or pilgrimage taking place. Ask us for more details as the festival dates often change from year to year.

    Visa for Nepal

    All foreign citizens (except Indian passport holders) require a visa to enter Nepal. Visas are obtainable from Nepalese embassies and consulates abroad as well as on land borders and from the Immigration counter after landing at Tribhuvan International Airport (TIA). However, some nationals do not qualify for On Arrival visa.

    Getting a visa at the airport or land borders can sometimes take time due to long queues. You also need to provide two passport photos and the following fees in US dollars (subject to change, cash only).

    Visa Fees:

    • Visa valid for 15 days - US$30
    • Visa valid for 30 days - US$50
    • Visa valid for 90 days - US$125

    Food and Drinks

    Nepali food is generally less spicy than in the rest of the Indian subcontinent. The national dish is Dal Bhat – rice and lentils along with side dishes like seasonal vegetables, pickles, and salads. In Kathmandu, you’ll also find many restaurants serving Tibetan and Indian cuisine.

    Local liquors include Chyang (barley beer), Arak (spirit brewed from potatoes), and Raksi (distilled rice wine). If you want something non-alcoholic, coconut water, and Lassi (a sweet yogurt drink) are great refreshers. Do not leave Nepal without trying a cup of Chiya – sugary, milk tea infused with cinnamon, cardamom, and cloves.

    You should not drink tap water in Nepal. Filtered water is a better option and carries a refillable water bottle rather than buying bottled water. It is better to purify the filtered water with chlorine and iodine tablets before drinking.


    In Nepal, you will have many choices for accommodation, depending on your trip budget. The major cities, Kathmandu and Pokhara, have the largest selection of hotels, ranging from historic boutique options to simple, family-run guesthouses and even international standard hotels like Marriott and Sheraton. 
    However, while going for trekking in the rural parts of the country, the options are limited to family-run lodges and teahouses. Despite being small and not having modern infrastructures, these lodges and teahouses provide excellent service along with clean, healthy, and organic food.

    Phone and Internet Access

    Most of the hotels, restaurants, cafes, and bars offer free Wi-Fi accessibility in towns and cities.  While trekking, Wi-Fi may be available in teahouses and lodges for a small cost.

    For phone communication, we advise you to buy a Nepalese SIM-Card. You can buy it for a very low price from the Nepal Telecom office at Sundhara or other local distributors. You will have to submit a form and other required documents like photocopy of your passport and a passport-sized photograph. You can use this SIM-Card for mobile data internet usage as well.

    Please note that most teahouses do not have electrical outlets in rooms to charge devices but are shared in the main dining area, for an additional fee. You should carry a portable solar charger to stay on the safe side.  

    Electricity in Nepal

    Hydroelectric dams produce electricity in Nepal. The output voltage from the wall outlet is 220V AC, and the frequency is between 50-60Hz. Visitors from countries that use different voltages and frequencies should ensure that their adapter/charger can work within this setting. The United States, for example, uses around 120V AC. Thus the devices do not work in specific voltage ranges. In such cases, you will require a stabilizer or voltage adapter.

    Similarly, the standard Nepalese electrical outlet is the Form D outlet (three round triangles) common to India but will accept Euro plugs, and some will be retrofitted to accept American and/or British plugs. You can purchase simple adapters inexpensively for around NPR 80.


    We arrange private vehicles or planes, as appropriate for your travel to Nepal.

    During the Monsoon:
    The monsoon season lasts from June to September, and the entire nation experiences heavy rain showers. Flooding and landslides are frequent at this time. Long queues of buses and other vehicles are common in highways, and air travel is also disrupted. Please understand that your itinerary can change at short notice.

    Road Travel:
    Road works and infrastructure projects can cause significant delays on major roads within cities and even in highways. Road travel can also be disrupted due to strikes. Delays, heavy traffic, poor road conditions, and dust are common in Nepalese roads. You can protect yourself with a dust mask.

    Air Travel:
    Nepal's only international airport, Tribhuvan International Airport, has a single runway that services both domestic and international flights. Cancellations and delays of internal flights are frequent in poor weather conditions and airports like Lukla and Juphal. Please ensure that you have an extra day before your departure. 


    The official currency of Nepal is the Nepalese rupee (NPR). Its symbol is often displayed as Rs. You can find ATMs only in bigger towns and cities. Please note that the ATMs of only specific banks like Nabil, Standard Chartered, Investment, and Himalayan accept international cards.

    Make sure you carry sufficient cash to cover your needs when traveling outside of cities like Kathmandu and Pokhara. Money exchange facilities are available in Kathmandu valley, Namche, Pokhara, Chitwan (only outside the park). In cities, shops might as well accept credit cards, but having cash in hand is more comfortable.

    Before departing on tour, make sure you have enough Nepalese currency to purchase meals and drinks (apart from the meals included in our tour package). 


    Clothing depends on the place and time of your visit. Medium-weight and easy to wash cotton clothes are an excellent choice year-round in Kathmandu, Pokhara, Chitwan, and most other towns. If you are traveling between Octobers to February, woolen sweaters, jackets, or other similar warm outfits are necessary. 

    From March through May, light clothing such as shirts will do perfectly fine. For months from June to August, you should bring an umbrella or raincoat and a pair of rain boots or plastic sandals with you for the rainy season.

    If you intend to go for trekking, a pair of work hiking boots, fleece jackets, joggers, warm gloves, and socks are mandatory. Also, bring warm inners, so that you can dress in layers. Specialized trekking gears are readily available, and you can rent them in a reasonably inexpensive charge in Kathmandu and Pokhara.


    Arguably, the most exciting shopping centers, along with laneway shops offering different colorful art and handicrafts in Nepal, are located in Kathmandu. Before making a purchase, it’s a good idea to check with your local customs officials to ensure that you can bring the items back into your home country. Australia and New Zealand generally have strict quarantine laws.

    Things to buy in Nepal

    1. Prayer Flags
    You don't have to be a spiritual person to appreciate the beauty of vibrant prayer flags. Take some prayer flags home as a memory of Nepal.

    2. Scarves and Wraps
    Travelers will find top-quality cashmere in the boutiques and markets of Nepal, so take the chance to stock up on colorful scarves, pashminas, and wraps at reasonable prices.

    3. Buddhist Art 
    If you like sculptures and paintings, you can get them to decorate your walls. 

    4. Beautifully colored, Thangkha and mandala paintings 
    These are commonly found in shops of Kathmandu and make a meaningful souvenir to take back home.

    Travel Insurance

    We do request that you have proof on day one of your trip to having sufficient insurance coverage. When buying a travel insurance package, you would find at least a package worth 100,000 USD with emergency medical cost coverage, including repatriation for emergency medical expenses.

    Please ensure you have your policy number and emergency telephone number of your insurance company. If this is not available, please ensure that you have the details required to make a claim for your insurance in the event of an emergency.

    You can also want to pick a package that provides benefits from trip cancellation. In certain situations, this can cover cancelation penalties if you have to cancel your trip unexpectedly because of unforeseen circumstances such as sudden illness. Please note that cancellation insurance will cover only for specific reasons stated in your insurance policy contract.

    Important notes

    • We include an airport arrival transfer. Please provide your flight details at the time of booking.
    • A single supplement is available on this trip and is valid for all nights of your tour.
    • The weight limit for the internal flights is 20kg for checked luggage and 5kg for carry-on luggage. There are lockers available in most of the hotels in Kathmandu, where you may store your extra luggage while going on treks.

    Further Information

    We have tried to include all the information regarding traveling in Nepal on our website. However, if you have any queries regarding the trip or require any other details, please feel free to contact us. You can write an email to us on [email protected] or call on +977 98510 36844 (Ram Kumar Adhikari).  We will reach back to you within one working day. You may use the same contact info for booking purposes as well.

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