Nepal Family Adventure tour

Nepal Family Adventure tour

Tour Experience

Family adventure holiday in Nepal, specially designed for parents with children aged 6-16


Group departures during school holidays. Private departures all year round


Kathmandu, Chtiwan and Pokhara

This tour has been specifically designed for families that want to bring their children to Nepal for an exciting tour that combines some adventurous activities with a few visits to exotic temples and cultural sites. We include Hindhu & Buddhist temples in Kathmandu, an Annapurna camping trek, some easy white water rafting and wildlife viewing in Chitwan National Park. Group sizes are kept small, with carefully selected guides who will do much more than just explain the history and surroundings to you.

We start our family adventure in Kathmandu, exploring its mazy alleyways, Buddhist Stupas and Hindu temples. We then fly along the edge of the Himalayas to the lakeside town of Pokhara for the start of our 4-day trekking into the foothills of the Annapurnas. The trek takes us through lush rhododendron forests surrounded by incredible mountain vistas, culminating in a climb to the top of Panchase Hill for great views over the Annapurnas and on to Mustang and Tibet. From Pokahara we drive back towards the Trisuli River, stopping en-route at the traditional Nepalese trading town of Bandipur. Our next fun adventure is a day spent enjoying some white water rapids alongside some of Nepal's beautiful countryside. The Trisuli River is relatively calm but there is still enough action to get everyone on-board excited. Leaving the Trisuli River behind we head down to the Terai and Chitwan National Park for two amazing days enjoying jungle walks, elephant safaris and canoe trips into the Park. There is also the chance to help bathe the Elephants that you ride into the Park. Finally we drive back to Kathmandu where the tour ends.



  • All accommodation as stated in the itinerary
  • Private car, minivan or minibus subject to group size
  • All transfers, including 24-hour airport arrival & departure transfer service
  • Internal flight from Kathmandu to Pokhara
  • Services of a local escort throughout the tour
  • Specialist city guides and wildlife safari guides in Kathmandu and Chitwan
  • Trekking guide
  • Trekking porters (provided with clothing, footwear and accommodation as per IPPG recommendations)
  • Annapurna Conservation Area entry fees
  • Trekking permit
  • All national park entry and activity fees
  • Meals as indicated in the itinerary
  • All entrance fees to sites visited in the itinerary


  • International flights (available on request)
  • Visa fees (available on arrival for most nationalities)
  • Travel insurance (compulsory, available on request)
  • Single room supplements (chargeable if a same-sex room share is not available)
  • Meals not indicated in the itinerary (budget around US$60 for lunches & dinners on the trek)
  • Drinks, snacks and other personal expenses (e.g. laundry)
  • Tips for tour leader, guides and porters
  • Any other items not mentioned above




After arriving into Kathmandu, our reps meet you at the airport and then transfer you to the Shanker hotel for the start of your tour. In the evening, your rep will give you a brief introduction to the local area of Thamel.


After being introduced to your guide, the tour starts this morning with a half-day City tour, taking in the ancient Durbar Square where you can see a living Goddess before heading to the impressive Swayanbunath Temple for great views over the City and the Kathmandu Valley. Lunch today is included at Rum Doodles.


After breakfast, we head back into the city to visit the important Buddhist and Hindu religious sites at Boudhnath and Pasupatinath. We make a brief stop for lunch before transferring you to the airport for your short flight to the lakeside town of Pokhara. Upon arrival we transfer you to the Barahi hotel and the rest of the day is free.


Today marks the beginning of the 3 day camping trek in the Annapurna region of the beautiful Himalayas. After being introduced to the porters and cooks, a bus take us to Dam Head from where we start trekking on to Bhumdi (1500m), which is where we make camp for the first night.


After a campfire breakfast, the trek today continues on to Panchase Bhanjyang through lush rhododendron forests to the traditional settlement of Bhanjyang which offers great views back down to Pokhara and the Phewa Tal Lake. Camp is made near to Panchase Bhanjyang.


This morning gives you the opportunity to make the climb up to Panchase Hill (2500m) for an even better view of the nearby peaks of the Annapurna’s including Dhaulagiri (8167m) and Manaslu (8156m). After lunch, the trail then starts to head down to Bhaduri where we spend the last night camping.


The camping trek ends with an easy walk down to Naudanda where your vehicle will be waiting to take you back to the town of Pokhara. The afternoon is free to wander the town or to rest any tired legs!


The tour starts today with a short cycling trip to the local tourist attractions of the legendary Devi Falls and the important local religious site at the Shiva Caves. The afternoon is free to enjoy Pokhara and there is the chance to take a rowing boat out on to the lake or browse the local stores.


This morning we bid farewell to Pokhara as we start the drive to the town of Bandipur. An ancient trading town, Bandipur has stone-paved streets, temples and an interesting old bazaar which we pass on the way to your hotel. In the afternoon, we arrange a visit to a local Nepalese school, including a relaxed English/Nepali language class.

DAY 10

After enjoying sunrise over the Himalayas, we leave Bandipur to reach the put-in point on the Trisuli River, where you have the chance to experience some white-water rafting on a moderate grade. We include all equipment and instruction is given while in the water. Note – we do offer alternatives for those travellers wishing to miss this out. In the afternoon, we make the drive to Chitwan National Park in the southern Terai region.

DAY 11

After an early breakfast, your activities in the Park begin with jungle walk or jeep safari, followed by an Elephant back safari in the afternoon. Over the next two days you will have the chance to explore the jungles and look for all kinds of animals including Rhinos, Sloth bears, Crocodiles and the elusive Tiger. In the evening, we talk a short walk to one of the nearby Tharu villages for a close-up look on local life here.

DAY 12

This morning starts with a canoe trip on the gentle Rapti River – try and spot the many different birds or two breeds of crocodiles that live in and around the river. We then include a visit to the local and important Elephant breeding centre where you have the opportunity to learn more about these incredible creatures. In the afternoon we make the trip back to Kathmandu by private vehicle.

DAY 13

Today is left as a free day to explore Kathmandu on your own, stock up on souvenirs or try any of our extra tour options such as the Everest Mountain flight, or a trip to Patan & Bhatkatpur. In the evening, we will help arrange a farewell dinner for the whole group at one of Kathmandu’s local or international restaurants.

DAY 14

Home time! With fond goodbyes and hopefully some great memories of your trip, we transfer you to the airport for your flight home.


14 days




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