KATHMANDU VALLEY CULTURE HIKING

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destination Nagarkot
duration 5 Days
grade Beginner
start/end point Kathmandu/Kathmandu
region Nagarkot
max altitude 2,100m
group size 2-12
meal All inclusive
activity 5-6 hours
accommodation Hotel/Teahouse
season All season

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No. Of People Price Per Person
Pax 1 USD 690
Pax 2 USD 590
Pax 3 USD 550
Pax 4 to 6 USD 490
Pax 7 to 12 USD 450
Pax 13 to 18 USD 390
Pax 19 to 24 USD 350
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KATHMANDU VALLEY CULTURE HIKING

The Kathmandu Valley Culture Hiking is a wonderful opportunity to immerse yourself in the rich cultural heritage of the Kathmandu Valley in Nepal. This hiking trail takes you through ancient temples, traditional villages, and UNESCO World Heritage Sites, allowing you to witness the fascinating blend of Hinduism and Buddhism that is deeply rooted in the valley's history.

As you embark on this cultural journey, you will have the chance to explore iconic sites such as Kathmandu Durbar Square, Bhaktapur Durbar Square, and Patan Durbar Square. These squares are adorned with stunning palaces, intricately carved wooden architecture, and ancient temples that showcase the architectural brilliance of the Newari people.

In addition to the historical sites, the Kathmandu Valley Culture Hiking also offers the opportunity to visit traditional Newari villages. These villages are known for their unique architecture, traditional lifestyle, and vibrant festivals. You can interact with the locals, witness their traditional craftsmanship, and savor authentic Newari cuisine.

The hiking trails in the Kathmandu Valley are well-maintained and not too challenging, making it accessible to hikers of all levels. The surrounding landscapes are breathtaking, with lush green hills, terraced fields, and panoramic views of the Himalayan peaks on clear days.

To make the most of your Kathmandu Valley Culture Hiking experience, it is recommended to hire a local guide who can provide valuable insights into the history, culture, and traditions of the valley. They can also help you navigate through the trails, arrange accommodations, permits, and transportation, ensuring a smooth and enriching journey.

The best time to embark on the Kathmandu Valley Culture Hiking is during the spring (March to May) and autumn (September to November) seasons when the weather is pleasant, and the skies are clear. However, hiking can be enjoyed throughout the year, so you can plan your trip according to your preferences and availability.

Whether you are a culture enthusiast, a nature lover, or simply seeking a unique adventure, the Kathmandu Valley Culture Hiking promises an unforgettable experience. Immerse yourself in the rich cultural tapestry of the valley, explore ancient sites, and create lasting memories in the heart of Nepal.

ITINERARY

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From the hotel, it's a short 30 minutes drive through the city, past Boudhanath stupa and out onto the countryside. Sundarijal is a small bus park and market square located at the entrance to Shivapuri-Nagarjun National Park. The name Sundarijal means beautiful water and once you start your trek, you will see why. Head off on a stone staircase, the trail follows the beautiful cascading waterfall and stream for about an hour in the subtropical jungle until you reach the small settlement of Mulkarka, just before here we will pass an army check post where you need to purchase the Shivpuri entry ticket (250 Rupes). Mulkharka is the last place you can get refreshments and food before Chisopani, so perhaps an early lunch is in order and makes sure you take some snacks and plenty of drinking water. Here you have a long haul up the staircase, through farming villages, terraced paddy fields, and open grazing fields. Once you reach the top of the stairs, the trail steadies and we pass through the jungle on route to Chisopani (cold water). On arrival, given clear whether you will be greeted with your first tantalizing views of the Himalaya. Today’s trail is easy to follow.

From Chisapani you trek through the lush forests and through the “Dhapa”( wetlands ) and out into the rural hillside farming land, given clear whether you should get fantastic views through most of the day featuring Gauri Shankar, Shishapangma, and Mardi Himal. The trail is a scarcely used army jeep track, Though future plans could see this developed into the main road for entrance to Gosikunda, the holy pilgrimage lake. After about 7 km of walking, divert from the main frail and follow a narrow track through a short dense section of jungle, as you have to skirt around an army camp, there is a little bit of slipping and sliding involved on the steep track. The track is signposted to while, it’s easy to find, on a bend at the top of a short incline, the trail will be on your right. Below the Army Camp, there are a couple of simple tea shops where you can rest, get refreshments and some hot food, this place is out recommended lunch spot. Again proceed downhill on a narrow trail that passes through several farmyards before joining a simple road (currently under construction) through the terraced rice fields and then onto a largish village of Sano Kaule(Chauni Bhanjyang). Turn right onto the road once you have passed the school and follow this road for around 3km until you come to another village, Josh in poruwa, where3 you may encounter some traffic. Follow the road to the left and traverse around the rim of a spectacular valley to your left. This section of road is fairly flat and passes through pockets of pine forests and small villages. After about 3.5km, join another main jeep track at Kartikki Bhanyjayg. Head to the cluster of houses and shops in front of you as you join the main jeep track. This is another good place for refreshments. At the end of the village, follow the main road, not the left folk, uphill for the final 3 \km climbs to ask the way to “Nagarkot”. As you near the top of this road you will start to see a few hotels, from here to reach the main town and the budget hotels you must follow the road for another 20 minutes until you reach a tarred road and a cluster of cheaper hotels. This bustling hill station is one of the main tourist attractions for foreigners and locals alike as a viewing station for the Himalaya. You are spoilt for choice of hotels and lodges, with one to suit every budget.

In Nagarkot to Dhulikhel walk, there are very few options for food and water, so we recommend that you carry enough of both with you for the trek. Leave your hotel and head towards Club Himalaya. Below this hotel, you will find a small walking trail which cuts across the hillside and takes you towards Rhonnie Bhangyang. The views of the Panchal Valley to your left are very good and given clear whether you should again get memorable views of the mid-Himalaya, included Everest.F allow the rugged, little-used jeep track until you come to a flat spot of land and a couple of farmhouses. This is Rhonnie Bhangyang. Follow the road straight, do not take the left or right turnings. Climb up a short sharp hill and arrive at an intersection with another jeep track. Take the left turn and follow this road along the ridge. After about a kilometer, a small trail on the right takes you down into the next valley. Don’t follow the main jeep track back down into the valley below Nagarkot, you want to keep Nagarkot over your left shoulder. Follow the track steeply downhill through the hillside which is dotted with villages. You are aiming for a vague ridge between two valleys. You will pass through the villages of Kanker and Tanchok. If you are unsure of the way just ask some locals for directions. From Tanchok, you will meet another main jeep track that you need to follow to your right and uphill for around a Kilometer to Tusal. Here you need to head again right to the largish town of Opi where you cross the main jeep track and head directly to Dhulikhel. The trail meets the Arniko Highway 1Km from the main town of Dhulikhel, at Himalayan Horizons Hotel. To get into town you need to turn right and head uphill. Please note that this section of the trek can be confusing with the roads being developed and ever-changing. Note the main villages mentioned in this itinerary and be sure to repeatedly ask for directions. Don’t forget to take plenty of food and water, and perhaps per book your hotel in Dhulikhel so they know you are coming. Tell them your estimated arrival time as well and that you are trekking this route from Nagarkot.

If you have the time this leg of the trek is highly rewarding and much worthwhile. If you want to shorten your day it’s also possible to catch a lift to either Nomouddha or Karve Bhangyang in a macro, local bus or Taxi. We recommend that you do this. On leaving Dhulikhel you need to pass through the main bazaar and head towards the picnic ground, it’s easy to find and everyone knows this place, so don’t be afraid to ask. From here you will see an entrance gate on your left. Here you can climb the 1000 stairs to the top or take the long road to the left of the stairs. Both routes go to the same place. Once at the top you will emerge from the jungle to a rather barren looking army camp. Look behind you, the stairs to straight across the jeep track, you will see on your left a gate and narrow path heading up into the army camp, feel free to go upwards for another five minutes to visit the Kali Temple and see the encompassing views of Panchkula Valley, Dhulikhel, and the Himalaya. On returning to the top of the main staircase, head down the steep narrow gully and rejoin the main jeep track following Iit to the left. Keep on a leftward course along a short ridge and head down through the villages to Kavre Bhangyang. You will be able to see the main highway below you if you get confused, just head of that. At the Bhangyang, stock up on water and snacks for the nest 7.5km of walking. Head directly across the road and through the gate onto a dirt road. This road will take you steadily upwards to another largish village and Bhangyang. From here it’s about 2 km, keeping to the road to Namobuddha, once you top a crest you will be able to see the impressive Monastery in front of you. Here you can find some places to take lunch. If you are tired it’s also possible to find simple lodgings here either, up at the main Monastery or in the simple guest house at the Stupa, further back up the road you came down is Namobuddha Resort. From Namobuddha there are several ways to get to Balthali Village, you should allow around three hours to cover the nest 10 Km. The easiest way is to follow the road down to the small stupa and keep going downhill on this road (take the fork about 100 meters before the stupa). About 2.5km of downhill and another 3 km of uphill and flat walking brings you to Sanchu Village, at the bottom of a downhill section, you need to take the small track to the left-hand side. Following this trail through the beautiful orange farming villages, you will come across a newly constructed road, should it fork off, take the most direct forward route, staying on the side of the hill and don’t go you or down. Eventually, this road will end and you will see a river and suspension bridge far below you. You must proceed carefully down the foot trail to the bridge and climb steeply up the other side for about 20 min. At the top you will come to the gap in a hedge, go through the gap and turn left onto the trail. Follow this to the village. Once in the village, you need to head to Balthali Resort, the only accommodation in the area. Follow the road straight for about ten minutes then take a left turn and walk steadily uphill. You should be able to see the resort on the hilltop in front of you. Ask the friendly local villages for help if you get lost. The last 10 minutes climb steeply upwards on an earthen staircase that brings you to the Resort and your well-earned rest for the night.

This section of the walk eases you out of rural Nepal and back into the hustle and bustle of urbanized life. It is possible to take transport, but the road is rough and bumpy and it’s far better to walk at least until Khopasi. You should be able to make Panutie by lunchtime, so just carry some snacks and water. Leaving the resort, head back down the way you came until the intersection with the main road at the bottom of a gentle hill, yesterday you came up this road from the fight, today you must proceed to your left. The road heads downhill slightly, skirting a small vale cultivated with terraced rice fields, climb steeply yo the other side of this vale and follow the right fork in the road through another village. The road undulates here and then heads steeply downhill through a pocket of forest to a bridge which crosses the fiver. Climb up the other side and sticking to the main road follow it too and the intersection where you need to take the right-hand downward fork. The road makes one last climb on a rough cobbled section before entering the village of Khopasi. When you meet the main tarred road, turn right and follow this road all the way to Panties. Along the route, Keep a look out for the spire of the temple on your right you should be able to make your way through the rice fields to the river where you can find the bridge to cross to the temple, if not just follow the road, cross the bridge and turn right onto a small side street which will take you to the temple complex (straight on takes you to the main town, restaurants, Pantie Hotel, and the Bus Park). In the center of town is a big bus park, you should be able to find a bus going to Kathmandu, make sure you ask that it goes director you may have to change buses in Banepa. There is also one simple hotel here, should you wish to stay overnight. Buses also depart from the bus park to Dhulikhel, Bhaktapur, and Banepa. The Journey to Kathmandu takes about an hour and a half depending on traffic. The bus will terminate at the bus park, from where you can take a rickshaw or taxi to your Hotel.

SERVICES

Cost Includes:

  • Transportation from Kathmandu to Sundarijal & back to Kathmandu by private car.
  • Trekking Lodge (Tea House) accommodation during the trek.
  • Three meals a day (Breakfast, lunch, and dinner) during the trek.
  • Fresh fruit every evening after dinner.
  • All necessary paperwork including Entry Permit fees.
  • A highly experienced, helpful, knowledgeable, friendly, English speaking well trained, Government license holder guide with all his salary, food, drinks, accommodation, transport and insurance.
  • Arrangement of emergency helicopter service (paid by your Travel Insurance Company).
  • Sherpa Expedition and Trekking T-shirt
  • Government taxes and official expenses.
  • Trip achievement certificate after successful trip completion.
  • Oxygen meter to check your pulse and oxygen saturation and heart rate twice daily (Very useful to check Altitude Mountain Sickness(AMS) symptoms) which will ensure your health during the trek.
  • Assistant guide for groups of 8 or more people.

Costs Exclude

  • Meals whilst you are in Kathmandu - lunch, and dinner.
  • Nepal entry visa fee (easy to obtain the visa on arrival at Tribhuvan International Airport – Kathmandu). $25 USD for 15-day visa.
  • Personal travel and medical insurance.
  • Hotel accommodation In Kathmandu
  • Your personal expenses.
  • All the alcoholic and nonalcoholic, soup, tea, coffee, hot chocolate, cocoa, mineral water, extra food, cold and hot drinks on trek ( i.e. those you choose to purchase along the way and during evenings in the tea houses)
  • All desserts & sweet things like chocolate, cake, pie, pudding.
  • Sherpa Trekking Porter to carry your luggage during the trek
  • Hot shower and battery charging at the tea houses.
  • Tips for the guide, porter, and driver (tipping is expected)

EQUIPMENTS

Backpack: A comfortable and durable backpack to carry all your essentials.

Clothing:
 - Lightweight and breathable hiking shirts
 - Long-sleeved shirts and pants to protect against the sun and bugs
 - Fleece or lightweight jacket for cool evenings
 - Rain jacket or poncho
 - Hiking shorts and pants
 - Underwear and socks (consider moisture-wicking materials)
 - Hat or cap for sun protection
 - Swimsuit (if you plan to swim in any lakes or rivers)

Footwear:
 - Sturdy hiking boots or shoes with good traction
 - Extra pair of comfortable shoes for evenings or rest days
 - Hiking socks (consider moisture-wicking materials)

Personal items:
 - Sunscreen with a high SPF
 - Insect repellent
 - Personal hygiene items (toothbrush, toothpaste, soap, etc.)
 - Towel
 - Prescription medications (if applicable)
 - First aid kit with essentials like band-aids, pain relievers, and blister treatment
 - Hand sanitizer or wet wipes

Navigation and safety:
 - Map and compass or GPS device
 - Headlamp or flashlight with extra batteries
 - Whistle for emergencies
 - Multi-tool or pocket knife
 - Water purification system or tablets
 - Emergency blanket

Food and water:
 - Lightweight and high-energy snacks
 - Water bottles or hydration bladder (ensure you have enough capacity for the hike)

Electronics:
 - Mobile phone and charger
 - Power bank for charging on the go

Miscellaneous:
 - Trekking poles (optional but can provide added stability and support)
 - Camera or GoPro to capture the beautiful scenery
 - Extra plastic bags or dry bags for organizing and protecting your belongings
 - Cash and identification documents in a waterproof pouch

Remember to pack light and only carry what is necessary for your hike. It's also advisable to check the weather forecast before your trip and adjust your packing list accordingly.

GOOD TO KNOW

Here are some useful tips and information to know before embarking on a Fulchouki hiking adventure:

1. Best Time to Visit: The best time to go hiking in Fulchouki is during the spring (March to May) and autumn (September to November) seasons. These months offer pleasant weather, clear skies, and favorable hiking conditions. The monsoon season (June to August) should be avoided due to heavy rainfall and slippery trails.

2. Permits: No special permits are required for hiking in Fulchouki. However, it is always a good idea to check with local authorities or a reliable tour operator for any updated regulations.

3. Fitness Level: The Fulchouki hiking trail is considered moderate in terms of difficulty. While it does involve some uphill sections, hikers of average fitness levels should be able to complete the hike comfortably. It is recommended to engage in regular physical exercise and prepare adequately before the hike.

4. Packing Essentials: Some essential items to pack for the Fulchouki hike include sturdy hiking shoes, comfortable clothing, a backpack, a hat, sunscreen, insect repellent, a water bottle, snacks, a first-aid kit, and a camera to capture the stunning views.

5. Drinking Water: It is advisable to carry enough drinking water for the duration of the hike. It is also recommended to bring water purification tablets or a water filter, as there may be limited access to clean drinking water along the trail.

6. Local Culture and Etiquette: While hiking in Fulchouki, it is important to respect the local culture and traditions. Dress modestly, especially when passing through villages or religious sites. Seek permission before taking photographs of local people, and always be courteous and friendly towards the locals.

7. Safety Precautions: Prioritize your safety during the hike by staying on designated trails, following the instructions of your guide if you have one, and being aware of your surroundings. It is also advisable to hike with a companion or in a group, especially if you are unfamiliar with the area.

8. Environmental Conservation: Help preserve the natural beauty of Fulchouki by practicing responsible hiking. Carry out any trash you generate, do not disturb wildlife or vegetation, and avoid littering. Leave only footprints and take memories with you.

By keeping these tips in mind, you can have a safe and enjoyable hiking experience in Fulchouki, immersing yourself in the stunning landscapes and cultural richness of the region.

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The Kathmandu Valley Culture Hiking is a hiking trail that takes you through the cultural and historical sites of the Kathmandu Valley in Nepal. It is a unique way to explore the rich culture, traditions, and architecture of the valley while enjoying the natural beauty of the surrounding hills and landscapes.

The length of the hiking trail can vary depending on the specific route and the duration you choose. Typically, it can range from a few days to a week, depending on the pace and the number of cultural sites you want to visit along the way.

Some of the cultural sites that can be visited during the Kathmandu Valley Culture Hiking include UNESCO World Heritage Sites such as Kathmandu Durbar Square, Bhaktapur Durbar Square, and Patan Durbar Square. Other sites include ancient temples, monasteries, and traditional Newari villages.

Yes, the Kathmandu Valley Culture Hiking is suitable for beginners. The trails are generally well-maintained and not too strenuous, making it accessible to people with basic fitness levels. However, it is always recommended to consult with a local guide or tour operator to choose a route that suits your fitness level and hiking experience.

The best time to go for the Kathmandu Valley Culture Hiking is during the spring (March to May) and autumn (September to November) seasons. These months offer pleasant weather, clear skies, and better visibility of the surrounding mountains. However, hiking can be done throughout the year, so it ultimately depends on your preferences and availability.

While it is not mandatory to have a guide for the Kathmandu Valley Culture Hiking, it is highly recommended, especially if you are not familiar with the area or the local culture. A guide can provide valuable insights, ensure your safety, and help you navigate through the trails and cultural sites. They can also arrange accommodations, permits, and transportation.

Some essential items to pack for the Kathmandu Valley Culture Hiking include comfortable hiking shoes, lightweight and breathable clothing, a hat, sunglasses, sunscreen, a water bottle, a first aid kit, a backpack, and a camera. It is also advised to carry some cash, as not all places may accept credit cards.

Yes, you may need permits to enter certain cultural sites or conservation areas within the Kathmandu Valley. The specific permits required will depend on the sites you plan to visit. Your guide or tour operator can assist you in obtaining the necessary permits.

Yes, the Kathmandu Valley Culture Hiking can be customized according to your preferences. You can work with a local guide or tour operator to tailor the route, duration, and cultural sites you want to visit. They can help you create an itinerary that suits your interests and fitness level.

Yes, it is possible to combine the Kathmandu Valley Culture Hiking with other activities such as wildlife safaris, river rafting, or trekking in the nearby Himalayan regions. Nepal offers a wide range of adventure activities, and you can plan a multi-day itinerary that includes multiple activities to make the most of your trip.

We Offer Group Discount

No. Of People Price Per Person
Pax 1 USD 690
Pax 2 USD 590
Pax 3 USD 550
Pax 4 to 6 USD 490
Pax 7 to 12 USD 450
Pax 13 to 18 USD 390
Pax 19 to 24 USD 350
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Dale Abney Power

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January 2, 2024

A Hiking Adventure of a Lifetime

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My recent hiking adventure in the Kathmandu Valley with Sherpa Expedition Guide was nothing short of extraordinary. From the moment I arrived in Nepal, the team's professionalism and dedication to providing an exceptional experience were evident. The Kathmandu Valley offers a diverse range of landscapes, and our guide expertly crafted an itinerary that showcased the best of what the region has to offer. We traversed through picturesque valleys, crossed suspension bridges over roaring rivers, and hiked up to breathtaking viewpoints that offered panoramic vistas of the surrounding mountains. What truly set this experience apart was the opportunity to immerse myself in the local culture. Our guide's deep understanding of the region's history and traditions allowed us to truly appreciate the significance of the ancient temples and cultural sites we visited along the way. Interacting with the friendly locals and learning about their way of life added a whole new dimension to the journey. Sherpa Expedition Guide's commitment to safety and comfort was evident throughout the trip. The team provided us with top-notch hiking gear, delicious and nutritious meals, and comfortable accommodations that allowed us to rest and rejuvenate after each day's adventure. Overall, my experience with Sherpa Expedition Guide was exceptional. The combination of stunning landscapes, cultural immersion, and the expertise of our guide made this journey through the Kathmandu Valley one that I will cherish forever. I highly recommend Sherpa Expedition Guide to anyone seeking an unforgettable hiking adventure in Nepal.

Karin Danielsson

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December 7, 2023

A Perfect Blend of Adventure and Cultural Exploration

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Embarking on a hiking and sightseeing tour of the Kathmandu Valley with Sherpa Expedition Guide was an experience that surpassed all my expectations. The journey was not only filled with breathtaking natural beauty but also provided an opportunity to delve deep into the rich cultural heritage of Nepal. Our guide, with their extensive knowledge of the region, took us on a carefully curated itinerary that offered a perfect blend of adventure and cultural exploration. From the bustling streets of Kathmandu to the serene landscapes of the surrounding valleys, every moment was a revelation. The hiking trails we traversed were meticulously chosen, providing us with the most stunning views of the Himalayas and the surrounding valleys. The sight of the sunrise over the snow-capped peaks was a sight that will forever be etched in my memory. What made this journey truly special was the chance to visit ancient temples, monasteries, and traditional villages along the way. Our guide's expertise in explaining the historical and cultural significance of these sites added immense value to the overall experience. Sherpa Expedition Guide's attention to detail and commitment to our comfort and safety were evident throughout the trip. The team provided us with well-maintained equipment, delicious meals that catered to our dietary preferences, and comfortable accommodations that allowed us to rest and rejuvenate after each day's adventure. In conclusion, my experience with Sherpa Expedition Guide in the Kathmandu Valley was nothing short of extraordinary. The combination of stunning natural landscapes, cultural immersion, and the expertise of our guide made this journey one that I will cherish forever. I highly recommend Sherpa Expedition Guide to anyone seeking an unforgettable adventure in Nepal. Review 5: "A Journey to Treasure" Title: Sherpa Expedition Guide - A Perfect Blend of Adventure and Cultural Exploration My recent hiking and sightseeing tour in the Kathmandu Valley with Sherpa Expedition Guide was an experience that exceeded all my expectations. From the moment I embarked on this journey, I knew I was in for something truly remarkable. The Kathmandu Valley is a treasure trove of natural beauty, and our guide expertly led us through a variety of trails that showcased its diverse landscapes. From the terraced fields and lush green valleys to the majestic mountains that surrounded us, every step of the way was a visual feast. What made this journey even more enriching was the cultural immersion that Sherpa Expedition Guide provided. Our guide's deep knowledge of the region's history and traditions allowed us to truly appreciate the ancient temples, monasteries, and cultural sites we visited along the way. Interacting with the friendly locals and witnessing their way of life added a whole new dimension to the experience. Sherpa Expedition Guide's dedication to our comfort and safety was commendable. The team provided us with top-quality hiking gear, nutritious meals, and comfortable accommodations that allowed us to rest and recharge after each day's adventure. Their attention to detail and commitment to providing an exceptional experience were evident in every aspect of the trip. In conclusion, my journey through the Kathmandu Valley with Sherpa Expedition Guide was a truly unforgettable experience. The combination of breathtaking landscapes, cultural immersion, and the expertise of our guide made this adventure one that I will treasure for a lifetime. I wholeheartedly recommend Sherpa Expedition Guide to anyone seeking a truly remarkable hiking and sightseeing experience in Nepal.

Ross Maddi

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September 6, 2023

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Embarking on a sightseeing and hiking tour in the Kathmandu Valley with Sherpa Expedition Guide was an experience beyond compare. The journey took us through some of the most awe-inspiring landscapes I have ever encountered, leaving me with memories that will last a lifetime. Our guide, with their deep knowledge of the region, led us through a variety of trails that showcased the best of what the Kathmandu Valley has to offer. From the panoramic views of the snow-capped Himalayas to the lush green valleys and terraced fields, every step of the way was a feast for the senses. One of the highlights of the trip was the opportunity to interact with the friendly locals and learn about their rich cultural heritage. Our guide acted as a bridge between us and the local community, allowing us to immerse ourselves in their traditions and experience their warm hospitality. The attention to detail and the level of service provided by Sherpa Expedition Guide were exceptional. From the well-organized itinerary to the comfortable accommodation and delicious meals, every aspect of the trip was carefully planned to ensure our comfort and enjoyment. I cannot stress enough the importance of having a knowledgeable and experienced guide, and Sherpa Expedition Guide exceeded all expectations. Their expertise in navigating the trails, as well as their deep understanding of the history and significance of the sites we visited, added immense value to the overall experience. In conclusion, Sherpa Expedition Guide provided an incredible journey through the Kathmandu Valley, filled with adventure, beauty, and cultural immersion. If you are seeking an unforgettable hiking and sightseeing experience in Nepal, I strongly recommend Sherpa Expedition Guide.

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