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Other Treks

Kathmandu Valley


A much under rated trek is right under our nose: walking around Kathmandu Valley. This is ideal for those with little time and especially enjoyable in spring when rhododendrons are bloom. Though of short duration, walking through the villages dotting the Valley is a good introduction to Nepalese rural life, and little preparation is needed.



Cultural Treks:


Many visitors, in their desire to see the snows and to take big stories home with them, miss one of the most fascinating features of Nepal-its people. Some treks in the mid-hills and foothills of the Himalaya are exciting experiences in meeting other cultures. The treks from Tansen to Dhorpatan or from Gorkha to Trisuli takes one through intriguing villages where one can truly see the life of Nepal's people. Remember that it is advisable not to trek alone. Take a few friends. There are many advantages going along with Nepal's experienced trekking agencies like Amazing Adventures. You meet new people and share the adventure with them; you enjoy out-of -the -way campsites far from the crowded rest house areas; all difficulties of cooking and carrying are taken care of; and the best-experienced guides assure your safety and provide fascinating information about people, customs, history and geology.



Ganesh Himal:


This is one of the best treks in the Central Region of Nepal. We begin at Dhunche, five hours drive from Kathmandu, and walk in the lower and warmer region until Syabrubensi after which for most of the trek the trail passes through verdant pine and rhododendron forest between 3,000 meters and 4,000 meters. A short detour takes us to Jaisuli Kund Lake at 5,500 meters from where we enjoy fine views of Ganesh Himal, Baudha Himal, Manaslu, Himalchuli, Langtang and other peaks. We leave Tamang villages (Tamangs are the largest of Nepal's ethnic groups) and descend to cross the Budhi Gandaki River to Gorkha, the birthplace of Prithvi Narayan Shah, Founder of Nepal and the Shah Dynasty.



Village Tourism:


Sirubari Village Tour - A New Concept in Tourism In Nepal Touring in Nepal in the past meant either trekking along the trails or staying in specially built resorts. Getting to know the locals and their culture had been difficult. Now you can take the opportunity to experience a stay in an unspoiled village living as a family member at the serene Sirubari Village.



Sirubari Vallage


Sirubari is a very unspoiled Gurung settlement set in the hills at 1700 meters above sea level. The climate is ideal at any time during the September to June season with warm days and cool nights. Sirubari village is a short drive and walk from Pokhara, the major tourist center for the Annapurna Region. It is reached from the road to Lumbini. The trail to the village is steep but well made and most people manage to reach the village after a three-hour walk.

Guests are welcomed into the community and invited to stay in the home of one of the village families. The accommodation is simple but comfortable with good bedding as well as clean toilet facilities. The food is delicious and you will be eating your meals as one of the family.

Each night there will be entertainment provided by the community. One of the evenings will be in the form of traditional Gurung and Nepali dancing and singing, you can join in if you like!

As the locals are all Buddhist, the village gompa (monastery), a simple but beautiful temple, will be a feature of your stay. There will be the chance to get a blessing from the resident lama (priest) before you leave.

Village Life:


During your stay you will be able to feel what it is like to live the life of a Nepali villager. Walk with your family while they go about their daily chores, tending animals, tilling the fields, going to school with the children, or just sitting in the sun talking to neighbors. Feel free to wander, safely, by yourself and look at all of the developments that the community have supported and funded; the primary health center with its doctor, the agricultural service center, the veterinary hospital, the plant nursery and forest plantation. The list goes on.

Guests are welcomed into the community and invited to stay in the home of one of the village families. The accommodation is simple but comfortable with good bedding as well as clean toilet facilities. The food is delicious and you will be eating your meals as one of the family.

Each night there will be entertainment provided by the community. One of the evenings will be in the form of traditional Gurung and Nepali dancing and singing, you can join in if you like!
As the locals are all Buddhist, the village gompa (monastery), a simple but beautiful temple, will be a feature of your stay. There will be the chance to get a blessing from the resident lama (priest) before you leave.

And then there are the mountains: Just because you are not trekking does not mean that you will not see the mountains. An easy one-hour walk above the village is the viewpoint at Thumro at an altitude of 2300 metres. This is the highest point south of Pokhara and the views on a clear day are spectacular. Spread before you are rolling foothills dotted with isolated farming communities and crowned by an array of snow peaks that will leave you breathless. From Manaslu in the east, through Machhapuchhre and the Annapurnas and around to Dhaulagiri the Himalayan giants all line up for your camera to capture.

In addition, at the end of your stay, you will be overwhelmed by the farewell that your new family will give you. Even if you are unable to come this way again the village and its people will remain in your heart forever….