Private Golden Week Tour of Kathmandu 4* - Kathmandu - Up to -70% | Voyage Privé

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  • Escape to Nepal and enjoy the adventure of a lifetime with this exclusive 7 or 9-night tour.
  • Discover some of the country's most breathtaking landscapes, most historical sites and most bustling streets on this impressive, immersive holiday experience.
  • Stay in a variety of comfortable 3* or 4* hotels throughout, and even enjoy a homestay for an authentic experience.
  • Opt to add a 3-night Kathmandu Valley Trek extension, allowing you to soak up the wonders of the countryside surrounding some of Nepal's most iconic mountains!

Your Destination

Nepal, home to Mount Everest, is a must visit destination - enjoy the UNESCO World Heritage Sites of Bhaktapur and the temple lined streets of Kathmandu. Having only opened its borders to outsiders in the 1950s, it remains shrouded in a mystical allure, enticing climbers, adventures sports lovers and backpackers to its astonishingly varied landscapes.

Nepal's countryside is home to hundreds of exquisite monuments, sculptures, artistic temples and magnificent art – reminders of the golden era in Nepal’s architecture. On this 7-night private tour, you will experience the giddy heights of the Himalayan hills, enjoying spectacular views of Everest, and absorbing the unique culture of this fascinating country.

Our Offers

Offer 1:
7 Nights

7-Night Private Golden Week Tour of Kathmandu in 3* or 4* hotels

9 Nights
9-Night Private Golden Week Tour of Kathmandu in 3* or 4* hotels

Offer 2:
10 Nights
7-Night Private Golden Week Tour of Kathmandu in 3* or 4* hotels
3-Night Kathmandu Valley Fringe Trek

12 Nights
9-Night Private Golden Week Tour of Kathmandu in 3* or 4* hotels
3-Night Kathmandu Valley Fringe Trek

Your Itineraries In Brief

Private Golden Week tour of Kathmandu
7 Nights

Day 1: Arrival in Kathmandu
Day 2: Bhaktapur
Day 3: Bhaktapur - Namobuddha
Day 4: Namobuddha - Panauti
Day 5: Panauti - Kathmandu
Day 6: Kathmandu
Day 7: Kathmandu
Day 8: Departure from Kathmandu

9 Nights
Day 1: Arrival in Kathmandu
Day 2: Kathmandu - Swayambhunath - Thamel - Kathmandu
Day 3: Patan - Bugamati - Khokanna  
Day 4: Panauti
Day 5: Bhaktapur
Day 6: Bhaktapur - Road to Pokhara
Day 7: Pokhara
Day 8: Gorkha
Day 9: Kathmandu
Day 10: Departure from Kathmandu

Private Golden Week tour of Kathmandu + Kathmandu Valley Fringe Trek
10 Nights
Day 1: Arrival in Kathmandu
Day 2: Bhaktapur
Day 3: Bhaktapur - Namobuddha
Day 4: Namobuddha - Panauti
Day 5: Panauti - Kathmandu
Day 6: Kathmandu
Day 7: Kathmandu
Day 8: Drive to Sundarijal and Start Trek to Chisopani
Day 9: Trek to Nagarkot
Day 10: Trek to Dhulikhel
Day 11: Departure from Kathmandu

12 Nights
Day 1: Arrival in Kathmandu
Day 2: Kathmandu - Swayambhunath - Thamel - Kathmandu
Day 3: Patan - Bugamati - Khokanna  
Day 4: Panauti
Day 5: Bhaktapur
Day 6: Bhaktapur - Road to Pokhara
Day 7: Pokhara
Day 8: Gorkha
Day 9: Kathmandu
Day 10: Drive to Sundarijal and Start Trek to Chisopani
Day 11: Trek to Nagarkot
Day 12: Trek to Dhulikhel
Day 13: Departure from Kathmandu

Your 7-Night Itinerary

During their tour, our members will follow the itinerary as seen below.

Our members have the opportunity to add an English-speaking guide to Day 3 and Day 4 of their tour at the next stage of the booking process for an additional fee. They also have the chance to add a lunch with a local family on Day 6 of their stay for an additional fee.

Day 1: Arrival in Kathmandu
Upon arrival in Kathmandu, you will be met by your representative before you enjoy a transfer to your hotel and check-in. Drive to Bhaktapur and enjoy an overnight stay at your hotel.

Day 2: Bhaktapur
After breakfast, board the vehicle and drive to continue back to Changu Naraya. Changu Narayan Temple is 19 miles drive from Kathmandu and a 6.25-mile drive from Bhaktapur. The oldest temple in the valley is the Changu Narayan Temple, located 22 km from Kathmandu and a 25-minute drive from Bhaktapur city. The original temple was built in the 4th century during the time of the Lichhavi rulers and is perched on a hill overlooking the nearby city. Much of it was rebuilt in the 18th century. 

This temple is known for its beauty, location and age. It is a Vishnu temple. One of the oldest Lichhavi period stone inscriptions is also found here. A Vishnu image with ten heads and ten arms is another fine example of stone carving from the 5th century. The struts of the two-tiered temple depict the ten incarnations in which Narayan destroyed evildoers. A 6th century stone statue shows the cosmic form of Vishnu, while another recalls the dwarf incarnation in which he crushed the evil King Bali. Garuda, the steed of Vishnu, kneels before the temple. The statue of Vishnu astride his steed is a popular favourite. Later, enjoy a hike from Changunarayan to Telkot. The walk follows the saddle of a ridge with great views of the valley on the right-hand side and the Himalayas on the left-hand side (2-3 Hrs hike).

Bhaktapur Durbar Square where the Kings of the Malla dynasty lived till 1769, has left some of the finest examples of the architectural excellence. Literally known as the “City of Devotees” renowned for its elegant art, fabulous culture, colorful festivals, traditional dances and the typical Newari lifestyle. Here explore the Royal Palace, the Golden Gate, and the entrance to the Palace of 55 Windows, known as the most significant piece of art in Nepal. Then visit the highest temple in the entire Kathmandu Valley- the Nyatapola Temple. Walking around the square you can find the centuries-old pagoda styled construction like the Nyatapolo and Datta-Traya Temples Sight. Overnight stay at your hotel in Bhaktapur.
Day 3: Bhaktapur - Namobuddha
After breakfast, drive 30 kilometres from central Bhaktapur to the little village of Namo Buddha. Its small size belies its enormous importance to Buddhists, and what a worthwhile place it is to visit to escape Kathmandu for a couple of days. The air is fresher, the skies clearer, exceptional food and accommodation is available, and there are interesting cultural and hiking attractions around town. Namo Buddha itself has two points of interest–the Thrangu Tashi Yantse Monastery (home to around 250 monks), and the Namo Buddha Stupa, downhill from the monastery.  You will hike the 2 km to reach the monastery. Today you will engage in Monastery Activities such as prayers and mediation interaction with the monks. Overnight stay at Monastery in Namobuddha. 

Day 4: Namobuddha - Panauti
After breakfast, you will board the vehicle and drive or hike down to Panauti which takes around 3 to 4 hrs depending on the pace. It’s a good downhill walk through the countryside to Panauti village which stands in a peaceful valley roughly six kilometres south of Banepa. The small but beautiful town of Panauti is at a junction of the rivers Roshi and Pungamati. Similar to that of Illahabad in India, a third ‘invisible’ river is declared to join the other two at the confluence point. This town is relatively untouched by modernisation where festivals preserving the precious tradition of the indigenous Newars are held. It possesses a number of interesting temples, one of which perhaps is the oldest in Nepal.

Get close to the authentic lifestyle of the Nepali people, socialize with the villagers of Panauti and breathe the fresh air of the lush Panauti Valley. In Panauti, a Homestay welcomes visitors into fifteen local homes, all run by women according to the motto “Run by Women for Women’s Empowerment”. What to Expect? As you will be staying in a local home, it’s important to know that your stay won’t be like that in a hotel. Facilities are basic but comfortable, and you’ll be living the same way the homestay families do. This is the magic of the homestay experience! Remember you are in the homestay for an authentic Nepali experience, not for luxury and comfort.

You will taste local foods, too. Our homestays offer only Nepali foods, but your hosts will be happy to adhere to any dietary requirements (vegetarian/vegan etc.)

The homestay promises you many unique stories and memories. You’ll always remember wearing traditional Nepali dress, cooking and eating local recipes, and laughing with your host family. You may even get the chance to plant rice in the field with your host family, collect fruit and vegetables from their garden, or learn Nepali words. In the community homestays you are treated more than just a guest: you become part of the family. In the evening, head back to your homestay to interact with the family and cook food. Overnight stay at homestay in Panauti.
Day 5: Panauti - Kathmandu
After breakfast at the hotel, you will drive back to Kathmandu where you will check into your hotel then embark on a sightseeing tour of the Bouddhanath Stupa & Pashupatinath Temple.

Bouddhanath Stupa is the largest Buddhist Stupa in the world just beyond the Pashupatinath temple. It is built on a flat surface on various levels of terraces and is painted in pastel adorned with prayer flags. It is set in a Mandala design. Altogether 108 Buddha images and 147 insets of prayer wheels adorn the base of the huge circular edifice. The settlement of Bouddhanath has the largest community of Tibetans – Twelve thousand in all.

Pashupatinath Temple is one of the most sacred of all Hindu temples, dedicated to Lord Shiva. It is situated five kilometres east on the bank of the sacred Bagmati River, the temple of Lord Shiva Pashupatinath, with its two-tiered golden roof and silver doors, is famous for its superb architecture. It is a centre of annual pilgrimage on the day of Maha Shivaratri. It is a quiet and peaceful place that gives one an insight into the world's greatest religious temple. Entrance to the main temple is permitted to Hindus only, yet visitors can clearly see the temple and the activities performed on the temple premises from the eastern bank of the Bagamati River. After these visits, you will return to your hotel for your overnight stay. 
Day 6: Kathmandu
Today, after breakfast, embark on a sightseeing tour of Bungamati Khokana. It lies five kilometres south of Patan. The approach road from Patan to Bungamati is dotted with small votive chaityas, appropriate for an ancient recessionary path. The village of over 2,000 people is tightly clustered against a hilly riverside slope, surrounded by terraced rice fields and clumps of trees. Open ponds flank the paved path as it enters the village. Ten minutes walk away, past the important Karya Binayak shrine on a tree-covered hillock, is the village of Khokana. Slightly bigger than Bungamati, with a population of about 3,000 Newari Buddhist. It is famous for its mustard-oil manufacturing. It is worthwhile to seek out one of the village's oil presses, located in poorly lit factories with a medieval atmosphere. 

Khokana's streets are brick and stone-paved with central gutters. The main street is remarkably wide; it was built after the 1934 earthquake. The village's main temple is dedicated to the goddess Shekali Mai, also known as Rudrayani, one of the Valley's nature goddesses. After visiting Bungamati Khokana drive to Patan City.

Go on a sightseeing tour of the ancient Patan City, this ancient city of Patan also known as Lalitpur or the city of fine arts is about five kilometres southeast of Kathmandu. The city is full of Hindu temples and Buddhist monuments. The major tourist attraction of Patan is: You will have a special session with a singing bowl to get free from stress.

Durbar Square: Patan Durbar Square situated in the heart of the city constitutes the focus of visitor’s attraction, the square is full of ancient palaces, temples and shrines noted for their exquisite carvings. The Patan Durbar consists of three main chowks or courtyards, the central Mul Chowk, Sundari Chowk and Keshav Chowk. The Sundari Chowk holds in its centre a masterpiece of stone architecture, the Royal Bath called Tushahity.

Krishna Mandir: Built in the seventeenth century, the temple of Lord Krishna holds a commanding position in the palace complex of Patan. It is supposed to be the first specimen in Nepal. It is the only temple in Nepal; having 21 spires and is completely made of stone.

Mahaboudha: A little further east of Patan Durbar Square lies this Buddhist temple made of clay bricks in which thousands of images of Lord Buddha engraved. The terra-cotta structure is one of the fourteenth-century Nepalese architectural masterpieces.

Hiranya Verna Mahavihar: Located inside Kwabadehal, this Lokeshwor (Lord Buddha) was built in the twelfth century by King Bhaskar Verma. Inside the upper storey of the pagoda, are the golden image of Lord Buddha and a large prayer wheel. After the sight seeing tour of Patna city proeed towards the Tibetan Refugee camp about 2 Km south of Patan. Here you can see Tibetan man and women weaving carpets which are mostly exported to the western countries especially Germany, United Kingdom and many others.

This evening, you can opt to add a dinner at a locals house where you will enjoy dinner with the family and love, traditional cooking. Overnight stay at hotel in Kathmandu.

Dinner at my house ( Gautam Karki with my family with live cooking)

Day 7: Kathmandu
After breakfast, board the vehicle and drive to Makhahal Temple and start walking tour through the old market Ason. Kathmandu Durbar Square is the complex of numerous temples, pagodas and, courtyards, built between the 12th and 18th centuries, which used to be the seat of the ancient Malla Kings of Kathmandu. An intriguing piece here is the 17th century stone inscription set into the wall of the palace with writings in 15 languages. The Durbar square, protected as a UNESCO world heritage site, is the social religious and urban focal point of the city. There are also three museums inside the palace building.

Next, visit Swayambhunath, regarded as one of the oldest stupas in the world. It is said to be more than 2500 years old. The stupa is also known as "Monkey Temple ". The stupa, which forms the main structure, is made of a solid hemisphere of brick and clay supporting a lofty conical spire capped by a pinnacle of copper gilt. In the afternoon, enjoy free time in Thamel before an overnight stay at hotel in Kathmandu.

Day 8: Departure to UK
After breakfast at the hotel. enjoy a transfer to the airport before your return flight home.

Your 9-Night Itinerary

During their tour, our members will follow the itinerary as seen below.

Day 1: Arrival in Kathmandu
As you arrive into Kathmandu, you will be welcomed at Bouddhanath Stupa with Khada’s and a visit to the Monastery for a blessing. Following this there will be a visit of a Thanka panting house. Check in at the hotel and refresh before you drive to Pashupatinath Temple to see an Arati ceremony at Bank of Bagamati riverbank. Overnight stay at your hotel in Kathmandu.

Day 2: Kathmandu - Swayambhunath - Thamel - Kathmandu
Enjoy breakfast at the hotel then walk to down to Asaon Market and to Kathmandu city. You will visit the Durbar Square and drive to Swayambhunath where you can visit the Stupa and the Nunnery. Overnight stay at your hotel in Kathmandu. 

Day 3: Patan - Bugamati - Khokanna  
After breakfast at the hotel, drive to Bugamati and Khokanna. See word carving, stone carving and women waving matter and other goods from straw of rice wheat. Then enjoy a tour of Patan Meet Living Kumari and receive Tika. Following this enjoy a visit to a Goldsmith and Silver smith working place to see how they make jewelers. Meet a Master of Singing bowl. Then enjoy an evening walk from Mangal Bazar to your hotel to see the evening life of the local people. Overnight stay at your hotel.

Day 4: Panauti
Enjoy breakfast at the hotel before a drive to Panauti. Check-in at your Home stay: the very basis is just for the traditional experience. Spend time with the family and locals to discover the local lifestyle of a Nepalese village. Enjoy dinner with the family. Overnight at Home stay.

Day 5: Bhaktapur
After breakfast at the hotel, take a morning walk for around 20 minutes. Board your vehicle and drive to Bhaktapur. Arrive at Bhaktapur and embark on a sightseeing tour of Bhaktapur. Visit a Nepalese Paper making factory, curd making Bhatgaunla cap making, pottery and local wine making. Experience an evening lighting lamp for your beloved one around the court yard of Manju Baha. Overnight stay at your hotel.
Day 6: Bhaktapur - Road to Pokhara
Early morning visit to the city and to see people making prayers in the temple. Enjoy breakfast before you return to the car and drive to Pokhara. Arrive and check-in at hotel before you go to visit the International Mountain Museum and Old Bazar. Head back to the hotel for an overnight stay at your hotel. 

Day 7: Pokhara
Enjoy an early morning visit to Shanti Stupa (Peace Pagoda) for the sunrise. After breakfast, drive to the Tibetan camp at Henja and enjoy a cup of tea at a monastery with Lamas. Visit the Tibetan Refuge camp and discover the Tibetan culture and enjoy a discussion with locals with tea. Drive back to Pokhara. Upon arrival at Pokhara, embark on a boating experience at Phewa Lake before the sunset to enjoy the cool atmosphere. Overnight stay at your hotel.  

Day 8: Gorkha
Breakfast at the hotel before you drive to Gorkha (73 km). Arrive and check-in at Gorkha Gaun before you drive to Old Palace and hike down to the market where you get to see village. You will walk with people coming to town to sell goods or to buy tea with other locals. Late afternoon, head back to your hotel. Overnight stay at the hotel in Gorkha Gaun.

Day 9: Kathmandu
Early morning wake up to experience the sunrise above the Himalayas for an unforgettable view. Head back to the hotel for breakfast. Head out on the road to Kathmandu. Arrive and check-in at your hotel. Enjoy some free time in the Thamel district for some shopping or to enjoy the Nepalese lifestyle. Overnight stay at your hotel.

Day 10: Departure from Kathmandu
Enjoy breakfast at the hotel before a transfer at the appointed time to the Airport for your departure flight to the UK.

Optional Kathmandu Valley 3-Night Trek

Our members have the opportunity to add the following 3-night extension to their holiday at the next stage of the booking process for an additional fee.

Our members have the opportunity to add an English-speaking guide during their trek at the next stage of the booking process for an additional fee. Park fees of USD15 in Shivapuri National Park and USD20 for a Trekking Information System Card Fee are included.

Few people trek around Kathmandu Valley, yet it offers a rich insight into the lives, history, culture and religion of its inhabitants. You will walk mostly Shivapuri watershed forests and villages during your trekking time. Shivapuri hill (2792m) is the highest point of this trekking. From the top of Shivapuri, can see western mountain Manaslu, Boudha Himal, Ganesh himal range, Langtang range, Dorjeelakpa, Shisapangma and Gaurishankar in short we can see more than 60 peaks from here. Only 3 days long, this itinerary is a great introduction to trekking in the Kathmandu Valley. Nagarkot and Dhulikhel each have their own charm but what they do have in common are great mountain views and resort style accommodation. With plenty of time for relaxation, it is easy to forget that Kathmandu itself is only a short drive away.

Day 1: Drive to Sundarijal and start trek to Chisopani (2215m) – 5 Hours

After breakfast, drive to Sundarijal (1 hour) and start trek to Chisopani. The trail starts with a steep climb and passes through the Tamang villages and on through the rhododendron forest. Excellent view of the Manaslu Himalayan range including the Kathmandu Valley can be witnessed when the weather is clear during the trek.
Overnight at Tea House Lodge in Chisopani.

Day 2: Trek to Nagarkot (2275m) – 6-7 Hours.
An interesting trail takes us to the hill retreat of Nagarkot, perched on a ridge 32 km east of Kathmandu. It commands sweeping views of the Himalayas. Five of the world’s ten highest peaks, Everest, Lhotse, Choyu, Makalu and Manaslu are visible from here. Nagarkot is also a popular spot to watch sunrise and sunset.
Overnight in Atnagarkot.

Day 3: Trek to Dhulikhel (1550m) – 6 Hours.
The trail climbs up to the tower of Nagarkot. From the tower, there are excellent views of mountain including a view of Mt Everest and Kathmandu valley. The trail descends through rhododendron forest and villages to Dhulikhel. In a clear day, there are excellent views of eastern Himalaya.
Overnight in Dhulikhel.

Day 4: Departure to UK
After breakfast, enjoy a transfer to the airport for your returning flight home.
Kathandu Valley
Surprisingly, a 20 minute drive in any direction out of the hustle and bustle of the city leads to numerous viewpoints, traditional Newari villages and hidden temples that are all linked by trail-heads that snake their way from one destination to the next. The Kathmandu Valley is the historic heart of Nepal and has a wealth of lesser-known sights; Nagarkot and Dhulikhel offer fine panoramic mountain views for example where as the temples near Godavari and at Changu Narayan are fascinating to explore and all the while you are never far from the classic terraced countryside for which Nepal is so famous. Trekking in the Kathmandu Valley is straight forward and easy, there are no altitude issues, no waiting around at airports for flights to take off, no weather related problems and with a serious lack of trekkers, excellent transportation links and a good choice of accommodation throughout, the valley is the perfect place to explore on foot.

Your Tour Hotels

Our members will stay at the following hotels in Standard Rooms at 3* or 4* category accommodation with meals included as per itinerary.

Guests staying over Christmas Eve (24th December) and New Year's Eve (31st December) will have an additional fee added to the cost of their bookings, payable for mandatory gala dinners.

Your 3* Accommodation

Your Tour Hotels
Kathmandu: Rama Inn Boutique 3* or similar

Bhaktapur: Hotel Heritage Bhaktapur 3* or similar

Namo Buddha:
 Namobuddha Monastery (7-night tour only)

Panauti: Home stay with a family

Gorkha: Gorkha Gaun or similar (9-night tour only)

Batika / Lakeview Paradise (9-night tour only)

Chisapani (Optional 3-night extension): Tea House Lodge 3* or similar

Nagarkot (Optional 3-night extension): Himalayan Villa 3* or similar

Dhulikhel (Optional 3-night extension): Gaia Holiday Home 3* or similar

Your 4* Accommodation

Your Tour Hotels Your Tour Hotels
Kathmandu: Nepali Ghar Hotel 4* or similar

Bhaktapur: Hotel Heritage Malla 4* or similar

Namo Buddha:
 Namobuddha Monastery (7-night tour only)

Panauti: Home stay with a family

Gorkha: Gorkha Gaun (9-night tour only)

Da Yatra  / Lakeside Retreat or similar (9-night tour only)

Chisapani (Optional 3-night extension): Tea House Lodge 4* or similar

Nagarkot (Optional 3-night extension): Fort Resort / Country Villa 4* or similar

Dhulikhel (Optional 3-night extension): Dhulikhel Lodge Resort 4* or similar

Sleeps up to

Adults Adults Adults
3 Adults
Adults Adults
2 Adults
1 Child

Please note: the bed for the 3rd guest sharing is likely to be a sofa bed or camp style bed. If any of these hotels are not available, hotels of a similar standard will be found.

Your Journey

Flights: You may choose from Economy, Premium or Business class flights on sectors that they operate, at the next stage of the booking process.

The flights included are with either a scheduled or no-frills airline and are subject to live availability and prices can change. You can choose your preferred departure times during the booking process. Please select your flight options carefully as departure and arrival airports may differ.

Transfers: Return transfers in an air-conditioned vehicle are included throughout this offer.

For inbound transfer arrangements please confirm with your transfer provider when you arrive. Alternatively, please check with the reception of your accommodation. If you still require assistance, please call the transfer provider directly. 


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Travel Advice

For the latest travel advice from the Foreign & Commonwealth Office including security and local laws, plus passport and visa information please click here. 

Please note that the advice can change, and you should continue to check all advice until you travel. 

Entry Requirements 

You must ensure you have a valid passport to travel on. 

You will need a visa to travel to Nepal.

To apply for a visa in the United Kingdom you should contact the Embassy of Nepal, 12A, Kensington Palace Gardens, London, W8 4QU (telephone: +20 7229 1594 or 6231 or 5352).

Visas are available on arrival at Tribhuvan International Airport and at some land borders. To obtain a visa upon arrival by air in Nepal you must fill in an application form on arrival and provide a passport photograph. A single-entry visa valid for 15, 30 or 90 days costs US$25, 40 or 100. At Kathmandu’s Tribhuvan Airport the fee is payable in any major currency (some land crossings insist on payment in US dollars), Children under 10 require a visa but are not charged a visa fee. A Nepali visa is valid for entry for three to six months from the date of issue.


For information about important health advice and any vaccinations required please visit and

If vaccinations or other preventive measures are required, you will need to visit your health professional at least 8 weeks before your trip. In the event that you are referred to a medical facility for treatment, you should contact your insurance/medical assistance company immediately. 

Please note that passport, visa and health requirements can change. It is every traveller’s responsibility to ensure they have a valid passport, any required visas, and all the necessary vaccinations/health requirements as well as adequate insurance. 

In More Detail

Please find practical information about the property and your trip: 

This offer is not accessible to people with reduced mobility. 
Check-in time: 2 pm
Check-out time: before 12 pm

Our price doesn’t include any additional taxes, which may be payable locally.

Please Note: 
Check-in outside the hotel's standard times may incur additional fees. Check out times are subject to change, please check these with the hotel upon arrival.
Schedules and prices are subject to change. 
If the property is accessible to people with reduced mobility, this is subject to availability. To book a room for reduced mobility, please contact our Customer Services Team. 

What's Included

  • 7 or 9-night tour in 3* or 4* accommodation as per itinerary
  • Meals included as per itinerary
  • Sight-seeing tour in Kathmandu and drive to Bhaktapur, Namobuddha & Panauti
  • English-speaking family member guide in Panauti
  • English-speaking monk guide in Namobuddha
  • Entrances and excursions included as per itinerary
  • One free bottle of water included per day during the tour
  • Services of local English guide in Kathmandu valley and English guide in Pokhara and service of hotel Manager at Gorkha on 9-night tour
  • 3-night stay in 3* or 4* accommodation as per itinerary on 3-Night Trek Extension
  • Meals included as per itinerary
  • Services of experienced, local English-speaking trekking guides and reliable porters
  • All porter equipment included
  • Insurance for trekking crews included
  • All park fees included
  • Trekking Information System Card included
  • Return transfers included throughout

Additional Information about the trek
Includes: Accommodation in hotel and resort style accommodation, guide, porters and all meals.

Drinking water: You can buy packaged water (bottled mineral water) from local lodge and shop en route or you can also ask your guide to fill your water bottle with boiled water and treat with water purification pills.

Accommodation: Clean and friendly lodges along the trail and we have based on resort at Nagarkot and Dhulikhel on twin sharing basis. We stay in single rooms where possible, but often you will have to share room at tea houses. Facilities in tea houses are limited but good enough to offer you a comfortable stay and hygienic meals. We send a porter ahead of us to book the required rooms for the group (rooms cannot be booked in advance). Please remember that some of them are very basic and a sense of adventure is necessary.

Luggage: During the trek, your main luggage will be carried by porter.  Please keep your luggage as light as possible around 12 to 15 kgs. You simply carry a day pack with water bottle, camera, sun-screen, spare jacket etc. You can leave your valuable items at your hotel while trekking. 

Meals: On this trek you are provided with a standard breakfast, lunch and three course dinner, tea or coffee will also be included with each meal at the Hotel and Resort. Although the food is usually plentiful and delicious, you should be aware that the menu is not normally extensive. Most teahouses offer a variety of rice and noodle dishes, as well as soup and seasonal vegetables. A variety of cereals, bread and egg dishes are generally available for breakfast. 

Trekking Equipment: For trekking in Kathmandu Valley you will need walking boots, waterproof jacket and trousers, fleece jacket, warm hat and gloves, sunglasses, water bottle, sun cream and day pack.

Itinerary changes: Depending on the situation, the trek itinerary can be modified to some extent after consulting with your guide. However, the date of trek completion should always coincide with the original itinerary.  You should keep in mind that this is an adventure trip into the remotest region, where many unforeseen events may contribute to the need for a change in itinerary. In such cases, your guide will suggest the best alternative similar to your original.

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Not Included

  • Drinks and other meals not clearly mentioned
  • Surcharge for special requests on food, and meals.
  • Hiring charge of down jackets, rain jackets, etc
  • Entrance fees, permits and guide service during free time.
  • Insurance, gratuities and personal expenses
  • Surcharge for public holidays

Your Contract

If you book a package which includes flights, your contract will be with Voyage Privé. The air holiday package(s) shown are ATOL protected by the Civil Aviation Authority. Our ATOL number is 10170.

If you book a package which does not include flights, then ATOL protection does not apply. Your contract will be with the provider of the accommodation and not Voyage Privé. Voyage Privé acts only as agent for the accommodation provider.

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Important Information

If booking as a single traveller, room occupancy is not guaranteed. You may be placed in either a single, double or twin room, based on the availability of the property at the time. 

The location shown on our map is to be used as a guide only and the actual location of the property may differ.

Your contact details may be passed on to the hotel so that they can make contact with you to discuss your booking in advance of your arrival.

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Although we endeavour to provide up to date information we cannot guarantee that all hotel facilities and services will be available during your stay, especially when travelling out of the main holiday periods.

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The Voyage Privé Promise

  • A unique selection of high-end accommodation
  • Exclusive perks and discounts of up to -70%
  • For all inquiries, refer to the help rubric available 24/7
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Carefully selected travel offers

Our offers are distinguished by their quality and the level of their services.

- Curated offers carefully selected by our travel experts.

- We are world recognised in the tourism industry.

- We are constantly improving the quality of our offers, thanks to on-going feedback from our members.

Exclusive prices and discounts of up to -70%

Our flash sales guarantee our members the best rates on the market.

- The 7-day flash sales can be extended or restocked in exceptional circumstances, when we have the opportunity to offer more available dates.

- We negotiate the best rates thanks to our highly regarded reputation and our evergrowing database of members.

- An exclusive discount based on the reference price provided by our partners and suppliers (maximum price advertised for a room and board basis, on a specific time period), guaranteed by means of contract for each sale.

- We offer reliable, responsive, high-quality service.

Quality service: informative, reliable & responsive

Our goal: to provide members with a unique and unforgettable travel experience.

- A simple, inspiring and innovative service, both on your computer and your mobile.

- On-site professional support for your queries.

- Our Customer Service team are available to support you before, during and after your trip.

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  2. Luxury holidays
  3. Private Golden Week Tour of Kathmandu 4*