Charity trekking in Nepal is a newly launched destination in Nepal to support the disabled people, school children, poor people and homeless children since 2001 until today.
Our main objective is to support the poor, disabled people and school children. This tour will provide 85% of benefits support to the school children and disabled and poor community, while remaining 15% benefit the Pasupatinath welfare centre in Kathmandu. Our organisation support/invest the benefit in same trekking trail’s poor , disabled and school children. We support 5 school children and poor/disabled people of Birta Deurali VDC-7 , Bholung Kavre district.
We have only one week charity trekking program starting from Dolal Ghat and end at Bhakunde besi then drive back to Kathmandu. This is really a non touristy trekking trail eastern part of Nepal. Bholung village where we support to poor/disabled people and school children , located at 832m just 125 kilometers far from Kathmandu.
Our organisation will arrange the charity trekking tour in Annapurna , Langtang , Everest region or any trekking trials of Nepal according to client’s demand. We also frequently /annually support to Pasupati welfare centre where 240 old men/women are settled. We never said no when we die, but think it positively to support them as a human being!
Day 1 Arrival KATHMANDU (1300m/4265ft)
Arrive at Kathmandu International Airport where you will be warmly welcomed by our representative and check in to the hotel. The rest of the day is free to explore this historic and vibrant city. Meals: Welcome Dinner
Day 2 Sightseeing around KATHMANDU
After breakfast we depart the hotel for a full-day sightseeing tour of Kathmandu, the “city of glory.” We visit Durbar (Palace) Square, the epicenter of religious and cultural life, an area filled with old temples and historical significance with old glorious Newari architecture. Some of the sights include Kal Bhairav, Hanuman Dhoka, Taleju Temple, Kasthamandap and Kumari Ghar; home to the Living Goddess. Afterwards we visit Swoyambhunath Stupa, said to be one of the oldest Buddhist stupas in the world, which is majestically set high on a hill overlooking Kathmandu Valley. We proceed towards Pashupatinath Temple, a Hindu temple dedicated to Lord Shiva. This massive temple complex sits alongside the banks of the holy Bagmati River. Only Hindus are allowed to enter the courtyard of the temple, whereas tourists can see the temple from the eastern side of the Bagmati River. Later we visit Boudhanath, a Buddhist Stupa said to be one of the largest in the world. This massive structure stands tall with four pairs of eyes each facing the four cardinal directions, watching for righteous behavior of mankind and for human prosperity. Meals: Breakfast
Day 3 Fly to POKHARA (884m/2900ft) ;Drive to NAYAPUL (1070m/3510ft); Trek to TIKHEDHUNGA (1540m/5053ft)
After morning breakfast in the hotel, the tour starts through 25 minutes flight from Kathmandu Airport to Pokhara. In Pokhara we visit the deep, narrow gorge of roaring Seti River from where we drive to Davi’s Falls and further to Gupteswar Cave and the Bat Cave. In the evening we go lazing by the Phewa Lake for the leisurely row on its sparkling waters. After breakfast we drive 41km/25 miles to Nayapul for the start of our trek. A steep trail from Nayapul directs us down to a bridge over a small stream to get to Birethanti, a large and prosperous village. From Birethanti we take the left branch of the trail on the west side of the bridge at the ACAP Check post where we need to show ACAP permit and TIMS Card. Following the trail through main streets of Birethanti, winding through bamboo forests and past a large waterfall and swimming hole we reach Sudami beyond a pasture used by caravans. We climb steadily up the side of the valley to reach Hille and about 15 minutes above Hille is the Tikhedhunga. Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
Day 4 Trek to GHOREPANI (2750m/9023ft)
This is a 4-6 hours trek which starts crossing the Tikhedhunga Khola on a suspension bridge, then drops and crosses the Bhurungdi Khola on a large bridge at 1520m. The trail climbs very steeply on a stone staircase that is said to have more than 3300 steps which continue to the large Magar village of Ulleri (2080m) and climbing gently through the pastures and cultivated fields the trail makes its way to deep forests to reach a hamlet of Banthanti. Crossing the magnificent oak and rhododendron forests the trail passes through two sparkling clear streams, a small ridge and another stream before making final climb to another Magar village of Nangathanti (2460m). About an hour past this village we reach Ghorepani where we can see eight different species of Nepal’s national flower rhododendron in the hillsides below Ghorepani Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
Day 5 Trek to POON HILL (3210m/10532ft);Trek to NAYAPUL 3-4 hours; 1000m descent; Drive to POKHARA
After about an hours climb in the morning we reach Poon Hill which is a viewpoint for the spectacular Himalayan panorama extending from Dhaulagiri to Annapurna to Machhapuchhre; that stretches from Dhaulagiri I ( 8167m) and Tukuche (6920m) to Nilgiri (6940m), Annapurna South, Annapurna I (8091m), Hiunchuli (6441m) and Tarke Kang (7193m). We take the main trail that leads to south dropping at first on a staircase, and then traversing high above the river on a stone paved trail. We cross a stream at Chane (1690m) and continue to Kimche (1640m) and follow the ridge downhill to join the Modi Khola at Syauli bazaar (1140m). From here on the walking is flat and following the river valley through a lovely birch forest and rice terraces we reach Birethanti. Now walking 30 minutes on a rough and rocky road takes us to Nayapul from where we drive back to Pokhara. Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Farewell Dinner
Day 6 Drive to CHITWAN
From Pokhara, we drive ahead for Chitwan National Park, a famous wildlife viewing national park in Asia enlisted by the World Heritage where we will have an excellent chance of spotting one-horned rhinos, deer, monkeys, leopards, wild elephants, royal Bengal tiger and 450 species of birds. Meals: Breakfast,Lunch, Dinner
Day 7 CHITWAN
For watching wildlife, birds and the rare species of flora and fauna we can either go for Jungle Safari deep into the park in a four wheel jeep or on walk or choose an altogether relaxing way on a canoeing trip on the Rapti or Narayani Rivers or by elephant riding which is much thrilling rather than comfortable. Moreover, we can head for exploring surrounding Tharu villages. Meals: Breakfast,Lunch, Dinner
Day 8 Drive to Gorkha ( 4 hrs ) then Drive to Namjung Village ( 1 Hr drive )
Starting early in the morning we drive back to Gorkha which is about 4 hrs drive from Chitwan national Park Then again we drive to Namjung Village to see the Kids in their Schoo. We will have goods to disturb them and we would provide the stationary things, computer, Printer and some clothes/School bag/Shoes. We will have lunch with local family and then drive back to Gorkhar. We will have dinner and stay overnight at Hotel. Meals: Breakfast
Day 9 Drive to Kathmandu.
After our breakfast, we will drive to Kathmandu which takes 6 hours to reach and we will have free and leisure evening in Thamel. Stay overnight at Hotel. Meals : Breakfast and farewell Dinner
Day 10 Fly Home – Home Sweet Home.
Today is the last day in Nepal so after our breakfast, we will go around the thaml for last hour shopping and get ready to transfer to the airport for final Departure. Meals : Breakfast.
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