A travel tour to Nepal and its Himalaya to experience and explore what really you are seeking when you are travelling to Nepal in your short period of time. Here we offer sightseeing tour to Kathmandu valley, city of devotes and temples with the best and easy trek to Poon hill (3210m ) offering a 360 degree panorama of Annapurna range with 8000 meter of Dhaulagiri and Annapurna I and a welcoming rhodendron and pine forest with adrenaline stream and your way to search of Bengal Tiger and One Horned Rhino in the Chitwan National Park is outstanding .
01 : Kathmandu arrival transfer to Hotel
02 : Kathmandu Sightseeing
03 : Kathmandu drive to Pokhara ( 7 hour )
04 : Pokhara drive to Nayapul ( 45min ) trek to Ulleri
05 : Ulleri trek to Ghorepani
06 : Ghorepani – Poon Hill Climb ( 1 hour ) then trek to Tadapani
07: Tadapani trek to Ghandruk
08: Ghandruk trek to Tolkha
09: Tolkha trek to Australian Camp
10: Australian Camp trek to Khude drive to Pokhara
11 : Pokhara drive to Chitwan
12: Chitwan Jungle Safari Activities
13: Chitwan drive to Bhaktapur via Kathmandu ( 7 hour )
14 : Bhaktapur sightseeing drive to Kathmandu
15 : Flight Back to your destination
Please let us know your preference date of travel ,if you don’t find a place on our fixed departure
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Excluded: return flight, visa, travel insurance, meals in Kathmandu/Bhaktapur/Nagarkot, other personal expenses.
01.Why should I choose HT Adventures to organize my trek / expedition?
We are the local trekking agency with experience of more than 15 years in the tourism field.
Our guides and trekking staff are government authorized with yearly enhancing the different kind of tourism courses .
Every year we have been organizing trek and tour with 99% successful rate in the Himalaya .
02. What if I have never been trekking before?
Himalaya Travel Adventures are appropriate for beginners / Experienced one. It is expected that you should be in good physical shape prior to the trek / expedition,
that you maintain a regular exercise routine or Jogging, and that you are able to walk 5-7 hours per day for most days during trek .
03. How about Mountain Sickness during the trek ?
We have tried our best in itinerary for the pacing and progression to altitude adjustment during high altitude treks.
We ( Our guide ) closely monitor the effects of altitude on our clients/ trekkers, and in case of sickness, we can move you quickly to a lower altitude .
04. What if I need medical assistance at some point during the trip?
In the mountain we are not sure what will happen but we try our best good things to happen .
In case of emergency, our staff is well trained and know how to facilitate medical treatment and emergency transport.
05. If I cancel my trip can I get a refund?
Yes , Only 10 % is charged and other get refunded while 2 week priors to depart will be charged 25% .
L’esperienza fatta in nepal è stata per noi un momento eccezionale che ricorderemo a lungo, visitare un paese così complesso ed affascinante con una guida locale ti consente di capire davvero come vive la gente del luogo. Sahadev inoltre è in grado di essere un’ottima guida dal punto di vista storico ed artistico e la conoscenza dell’italiano lo aiuta a poter essere capito anche da chi non adora l’inglese. Il viaggio è organizzato con cura ma è comunque adattabile a qualsiasi evenienza sopraggiunga, gli alberghi in cui si sosta sono sempre belli e ben tenuti senza sfociare nel lusso (gli hotel di lusso nei paesi poveri a mio parere risultano parecchio pacchiani ed a mio parere irrispettosi). I trekking sono adatti anche al principiante e si addentrano in zone montuose affascinanti e ricche di vegetazione arrivando fino a punti panoramici quali Poonhill da cui si può godere di una vista mozzafiato su alcuni dei giganti delle catena himalayana tra cui il Dhaulaghiri e l’Annapurna. In conclusione è stata un’esperienza fantastica che ci ha consentito di visitare fino in fondo ed in modo consapevole un paese fantastico come il Nepal e molto del merito di tutto ciò va dato proprio a Sahadev. La consigliamo a tutti.
La famiglia Lungo
Voglio ancora ringraziarti per il tuo aiuto e i tuoi consigli che hanno reso il mio viaggio in Nepal (Ottobre 2013) un’esperienza indimenticabile. Hai dimostrato di essere una guida preparata nel trekking a Poon Hill e un piacevole compagno di viaggio.Le tue spiegazioni e i tuoi racconti sulla storia e la cultura nepalese sono stati preziosi per avvicinarmi a comprendere questo straordinario Paese.
Posso quindi che raccomandare a chi volesse visitare il Nepal e le sue montagne di rivolgersi a Sahadev ( Himalaya Travel Adventures Company ), per l’organizzazione, la preparazione e la disponibilità nel venire incontro alle vostre richieste ed esigenze.
Rome , Italy
In oktober/november 2011 hebben wij de vijfdaagse Poon Hill trek gedaan met Sahadev Rana Magar.
Onze eerste ontmoeting met hem was in ons hotel in Kathmandu. Vervolgens heeft hij alles voor ons geregeld: vervoer, permits en overnachtingen.
Tijdens de prachtige trekking wist hij veel te vertellen over alles wat we tegen kwamen. Het tempo werd door ons bepaald. Eten en drinken regelde hij voor ons.
We voelden ons helemaal in de watten gelegd, voor zover dat kan tijdens zo’n inspanning. Door het prachtige landschap en de zorgzame begeleiding van Sahadev is het een onvergetelijke ervaring voor ons geworden.
Herma Klompsma, Dalen.
Herma and Berend Klompsma
Dalen , Netherlands
In November 2018 my boyfriend and I travelled to Nepal for our holiday. Apart from the many temples and cultural aspects we intended to see, we made arrangements to do the Poon Hill trekking in order to see Nepal’s beautiful nature and the Himalaya’s. Some family friends had done the same trek before a couple of years ago, with Sahadev as their guide, and through them we arranged for him to guide us as well during our trek.
Sahadev met us at our hotel in Pokhara and together with his younger brother, Rabin, we departed to Nayapul, from where the trek would start. We immediately connected with Sahadev, especially since he, like us, had also studied archaeology. He has a lot of knowledge about the nature and culture of Nepal and it was a pleasure discussing these things with him.
The first day was quite hard for us (being from the Netherlands indeed, we don’t have mountains), but Sahadev pulled us through. He adjusted his walking pace to ours and made sure we took breaks at the right time. He also arranged all permits and also the overnight stays at lodges, where we would play card games with Sahadev and Rabin in the evenings.
Every day of the trek we would walk between 4 and 6 hours, which was doable for us (especially since we are not experienced hikers). During the day the temperature was really nice, we would walk in short-sleeved shirts, but in the evening the temperature would drop which left us in our thermo-clothes during dinner at the lodges.
The first two days contain a lot of climbing, which was rather exhausting, but the views made it all worth it. The third day we would go from Ghorepani to Poon Hill, to see the sun rise over the Annapurna mountain range. We were so lucky to have a clear sky in the morning! Later in the day mist came up, and robbed us from any other view from the mountains. The fourth consisted of a slow descend and we crossed some very long (and high) bridges. In the evening we visited the hot springs of Jhinu Danda (such a nice experience considering we couldn’t get a truly warm shower at the lodges we stayed in). The fifth day was the last day, and we had to say goodbye to the Annapurna Conservation Area. We had mixed feelings: we were sad to leave the beautiful nature of the area, but also we were really victorious and glad that we made it to the end!
We are convinced that we couldn’t have a better experience for the Poon Hill trekking. We enjoyed the trekking and have fond memories of it, but most of all we will remember the good times with Sahadev and his brother. We came to Nepal as strangers, and return as friends!