Unique Experiences:
  • Experience local Nepalese life by staying in a traditional homestay.
  • Taste typical Nepali organic dishes prepared by your hosts.
  • Experience Nepali culture and tradition first-hand.
  • Enjoy spectacular sunrises and mountain views.
  • Take some light hikes to more isolated villages and a tea estate.



Small Group Adventure - Typically no more than 8 fellow travellers. A small group brings you closer to local life and gives you the flexibility to venture off the beaten path and go beyond the ordinary.
This group departs with a minimum of 2 travellers. 

Trip Length: 4 Day(s) 3 Night(s)
Tour Departure Dates: Daily, exceptions will be stated in the booking calendar.
Travel Season:

Nepal has the widest altitude range of any country on the earth. Each altitude has its own weather, from tropical heat to Arctic cold. 

In the main trekking seasons in the spring (March/April) and autumn (October/November), the weather is generally stable and even the high passes may be free of snow and relatively easy to traverse at times. And though this period is generally expected to be dry, as everywhere, rainfall and gloomy weather may occur making the mountains less visible. The monsoon season roughly starts mid-May/June and runs to the end of August. During this period rainfall and muddy trails may be expected and the possibility to see mountains is less as compared to the main trekking seasons. Travelers who valued greenery and quiet environments will love traveling during monsoon season.

Type of Transportation:

Local transportation

Type of Accommodation:


Physical Rate: 2/5
Child Policy:

This tour is not recommended for: children below 5 years old

Included in Price:

Meals: 3 x Breakfast, 3 x Lunch, 3 Dinner 
Accommodation: 3 nights in Basic Homestay
Transport: Local transportation
Guide/Driver: English speaking guide 
Hiking tour

What to bring and What to expect?
Please find Gear List & Trekking Tips here:

Excluded from Price:
  • Guests personal expenses (such as laundry, phone calls, cigarettes, bar bills/soft drinks /mineral water, extra snacks on the way etc)
  • Personal items, such as medications, clothing and equipment
  • Comprehensive travel insurance that covers emergency evacuation standard cover like trip cancellation, lost baggage etc.
  • Tipping
  • Any unforeseen expenses due to delays or diversions due to events outside the operators control, for example landslides or strikes
  • All other expenses not stated as included in the above


Locations Visited:
Kathmandu, Ghalegaoun
Start City:
End City:
Kathmandu or Pokhara  


Day 1: Bus and Jeep to Ghale Gaon
Be ready at Go Beyond Nepal/Highlander Office by 6:30 am. 

Get early breakfast and drive to besisahar along the river valleys, highway settlements and few reservoir to Besisahar from where we take a Jeep to our homestay known as Ghalegaon (means the village resided by Ghale people).
The road to Ghalagaon after besisahar is mostly uphill and bumpy. We drive along the terraced fields and few villages to our destination for homestay. 
The village is well preserved and managed by Ama Samuha (community mothers), local club allocates a home for us and we check into the designated home, enjoy local food and drinks.  
Meals: Lunch, Dinner
Accommodation: Overnight at a local homestay
Note: Driving approximately 8 hours, height - Ghalegaon 2,095 meters.

Day 2: Sunrise - Temple and Tea state
Wake up before the sunrise, so that you don’t miss the amazing view of the dawn and its golden rays over the White Mountains. 
Later on, hike to the temple with great view of mountain including fishtail, Annapurna, Ganesh himal and much more.  
After lunch, explore the village and the tea state. 
Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner 
Accommodation: Overnight at a local homestay.

Day 3: Hike to nearby village  
After having local breakfast, we will hike for about 2 hours to visit another village that stands little higher and isolated than the one we are staying.
After having nice local lunch, we will hike back to our home. 
On request and paying extra you could have traditional cultural show perform by locals in evening. 
Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner 
Accommodation: Overnight at a local homestay.

Day 4: Drive down to Besisahar and back to Pokhara or Kathmandu
After final breakfast, we say good bye to our host and traditional way of farewell program.

We then take the jeep down to Besisahar and either take the bus back to Kathmandu or to Pokhara, which is a beautiful valley decorated by snow capped mountains, greenery and tranquil lakes.  
Meals: Breakfast  
Note: Approximately 8 hours drive to Kathmandu and 5 hours drive to Pokhara.

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