Nuwakot – the old capital of Nepal, is located north of Kathmandu (about two hours drive). It is the most beautiful hill station spotted with villages of the mixed tribal groups.
Itinerary & Cost
Day 1 Kathmandu – Nuwakot (Drive 2 hours/ trek 3-4 hours)
Day 2 Nuwakot exploration
Day 3 Nuwakot – Kathmandu
Day to Day Itinerary (Itinerary subject to changes)
Day 1 Kathmandu – Nuwakot. O/N Homestay (Lunch, Dinner)
Morning, pickup from your hotel in Kathmandu and drive toward Nuwakot, which offers the breathtaking view of the northern Himalayan Range including Manaslu to Langtang Range, can be seen. We stop at Barahi and commence trek from there. This 3-4 hours walk is very interesting and easy. We walk through villages like Madanpur, Malakot and Sera. You will have opportunity to see the real life of the people of traditional village Malakot. We’ll cross the second longest suspension bridge in Malakot to head Sera village. We then ride catch our private transport to go to Nuwakot.
Upon arriving at Nuwakot, check in to homestay and explore the village.
Day 2 Nuwakot. O/N Homestay (Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner)
After breakfast, visit Nuwakot Durbar Square which bears the historical significance of Nuwakot. You will have opportunity to visit places of cultural heritage, explore traditional village and interact with the locals. You can also go to the view tower which offers the wide range the distant landscapes.
Day 3 Drive back Kathmandu. (Breakfast)
After breakfast, we drive you back to Kathmandu. On the way, stop-over at Kakani hill viewing the landscapes. Kakani is the place to view the wide land terraces. We continue driving you toward to your hotel in Kathmandu.
LAND Price per person in SGD:
Based on Min 4 pax
3 Days Tour Code: NPL-HS_N3 – $ 200
Price is subjected to changes without prior notice
International airfare from S$ 800 with taxes
LAND Price includes
- 2 nights homestay at Nuwakot (twin sharing)
- All meals as per itinerary
- Ground transfers with experienced driver
- 1 English speaking guide
- Briefing prior departure
- 15% discount for gears at X-Boundaries
- All international airfare & taxes
- Personal gears & expenses
- Travel Insurance (Compulsory)
- Beverages and any expenditure of personal nature
- Meals not stated
- All entrance fees
- Visa (USD 30)
A deposit of S$ 100 per person is required upon confirmation and the balance must be paid in full 30 days prior to the departure date. Non-payment by required date may result in the cancellation of your booking and subjected to cancellation charges.
Each person is required to signup online at http://www.x-trekkers.com/activity-registration
Kindly note that we and the local guide reserve the rights to make decision, in your best interests or in the best interests of the group participating in the trek. In the event of cancellation of activity beyond our control such as adverse weather conditions and other similar conditions that compromises the safety of your group and the guide, no form of compensation will be given.
Payment by cheque/ bank transfer
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Payment by Paypal or Credit Card
Please add 4% Convenient Fee
The land providers in Nepal were amazing. The homestay and the food were so much better than expected. Special thanks to the cook who was very observant and really try his best to cater to our taste buds.
.. The trek was good with some difficulty and love the waddle in the river. The view was breathtaking.Cindy Ong
Thanks for organizing the trip. My son enjoyed it a lot and we had many experience which a typical Singaporean kid would not have going to Disneyland…
The guide and porter really know what they are doing…
For me: when I watched the cremation of a Nepali corpse. For my son, the killing and skinning and cooking of a live chicken.