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Unique Experiences:
Stay overnight at Nepalese home stays
Immerse yourself into Nepalese life with your welcoming hosts
Meet one of the most secluded ethnic tribes in the world
Spot wild life and untouched nature
Trip Length: 5 Day(s) 4 Night(s)
Physical Rate: 3/5
Age Policy: Adults: to years of age
Children: Prohibited
Infants: Prohibited
Child Policy:
This tour is not recommended for children below 8 years old.
Included in Price:
Meals: 5 Breakfast, 4 Lunch, 4 Dinner
Accommodation: 4 nights in Basic home stay
Transportation: From Kathmandu to Hattibang by Public Bus
Miscellaneous: English speaking guide, jeep safari, canoe trip, village visit, cooking class and cultural show
Excluded from Price:
Travel Insurance (Compulsory)
Tips & Gratuities

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Itinerary

Day 1: Kathmandu to Hattiban (trekking time 4-5 hours)

We will leave from Kathmandu early in the morning and make our way along river valleys, past terraced fields and small towns before getting to our starting point. The day begins with a mostly uphill trail through villages to Hattibang (1'410m). Here you can enjoy the beautiful mountain view of Mt. Ganesh Himal, Langtang, Jugalhimal and Manaslu (if weather permits). 

Meals: Lunch, Dinner
Accommodation: Basic home stay


Day 2: Hattibang to Upper Dangadi (trekking time 6-7 hours)

After having a traditional breakfast, we leave Hattibang and start our challenging uphill walk through the forest to Siraichuli. It’s the heighest point of our trek (1945 meters), and it offers a spectacular view including Annapurna, Manaslu and Rolwaling. After enjoying the view, we descend through forest all the way to Upper Dangadi. Here the remains of a historical fort can still be seen. The ford was made in 18th century and helped to defend the surrounding countryside. The place also offers a spectacular mountain view.

Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
Accommodation: Basic home stay


Day 3: Upper Dangadi to Shaktikhor (trekking time 3-4 hours)

We make our final descend through mixed forest for about three hours to Shaktikhor and then drive approximately 2 hours to Chitwan National Park. The national park is listed as World Heritage site. It’s one of the finest national parks in Asia, coving an area of 932 square kilometer and renowned for its variety of wild life. Check into a community home stay, relax a bit and go for a village walk. Later we will attend a local cooking class and enjoy a dinner with traditional cultural dance.

Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
Accommodation: Basic home stay

 
Day 4: Shaktikhor to Chitwan National Park (trekking time 3-4 hours)

Early morning you will do a canoe trip on the river to spot crocodiles in the surface and on the riverbanks. After that we will take a walk and when we have had our lunch we will go on a jeep safari to see the wild life. If it's in the monsoon period or jeeps are not allowed inside the park for other reasons, we will go on a cycling excursion through the cycling trail in the land of the etnic group the Tharus.

Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
Accommodation: Basic home stay

 
Note: Jeep safaris are not running in the monsoon period due to government rules. Normally the jeep safari inside the park is running from November to June month only. Outside of this period the jeeps might be denied access to the park by government with out any prior notice as well, i.e.for safety reasons.

Day 5: Chitwan National Park to Kathmandu

We will leave after we have had our breakfast and drive back to Kathmandu.
 
Meals: Breakfast

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