Nepal Solo Tours and Trips
Solo travel is about exploring a place at your own pace and convenience. Here are some of the best solo trips you could take in Nepal:
- Solo expedition to Langtang: Trekking in the Himalayas all by yourself can be daunting. You can elevate your trek experience by joining a solo expedition in Langtang, where you will be accompanied by an experienced guide to show you the route with amazing views of Ganesh Himal and the community of local Tamang people.
- Solo trip to Nagarkot hill station: If you want to see Mount Everest but do not have the time or the budget to embark on a lengthy trek, joining other solo travelers to hike up to Nagarkot hill station from Kathmandu Valley is your best bet at seeing the world’s highest peak. Explore Chisapani with your new friends before hiking up to Changu Narayan temple.
- Explore sites of Kathmandu on a solo trip: Join a guided tour or forge your own path through the ancient neighborhoods of Kathmandu, there are plenty of options for solo trips and tours across Kathmandu. Basantapur Palace Square, Swayambhunath Stupa, Pashupatinath Temple, and Boudhanath Stupa are some of the highlights that solo travelers could check out while in Kathmandu.
Nepal solo trips based on popular travel theme
There are many options for solo travel trips in Nepal, ranging across a whole host of different travel themes. Here are some of our favorites:
Travel experience and benefits of solo travel in Nepal
- Enjoy the pace of a solo tour and do not spend time or effort on excursions you are not bothered about.
- You can visit popular sights like the Boudhanath Stupa during non-peak hours. For example, if you are on your own and want a quick look around, you can visit just before the place closes for visitors.
- Transportation and accommodation costs can add up if you’re traveling alone, so linking up with a tour means splitting the costs between other solo travelers.
Tips when doing Nepal solo trips
- If you are opting for a self-guided solo tour, make sure you have detailed, up-to-date maps and navigation tools.
- Where possible, travel with other solo travelers, especially during late night. Nepal is not a dangerous place, but as a solo traveler, it is important to be sensible.
- On a solo guided tour, make sure you get recommendations from your guide for places to eat, solo-friendly transportation routes, and more insider tips.