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Himalayan Leisure, Inc.
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Everest Base Camp Trek

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Everest Base Camp / Kalapathar Trek

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Cultural Tour Of Lhasa, Tibet

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Intrepid Travel
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Everest Base Camp

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Everest Base Camp Trek

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Unique Adventure International
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Annapurna Base Camp

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Annapurna Circuit Trek

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Nepal Hiking Team
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Everest Base Camp Trek

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Green Valley Nepal
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Poonhill Trek

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Everest Base Camp Trek

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Everest Base Camp - Chola Pass- Gokyo Trek

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Annapurna Circuit Trek

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Himalayan Leisure, Inc.
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Annapurna Base Camp Trek

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Everest Base Camp Trek - 12 Days

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Nepal Lion Tours
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Langtang Valley View Trekking

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Everest Base Camp - 3 Passes Trek

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Unique Adventure International
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Annapurna Circuit

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Green Valley Nepal
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Everest Base Camp Trek

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Unique Adventure International
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Ghorepani - Poon Hill Sunrise Trek

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Langtang Valley Trek

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Annapurna Base Camp Trek - 9 Days

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Everest Base Camp Trekking

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Annapurna Base Camp Trek

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Ace Holidays
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Everest Base Camp Trek - 15 Days

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Kathmandu

About Kathmandu

Kathmandu, Nepal

Kathmandu (population: 1 million) bombards your senses with all kinds of sounds, smells and scenes that often leave you frustrated or exhausted. Like all other cities in the Indian subcontinent, you need to give it a chance to grow onto you. Spend a day or two visiting those old-world temples, crossing crowded junctions and exploring ancient bazaars, and you suddenly realize that everything that left you frustrated suddenly feels incredibly alluring. The 2015 earthquake caused massive destruction in and around the city, but true to its nature, the city managed to endure the calamity. Today, Kathmandu has been deemed safe for travel and hidden temples that promised delightful scenes have begun enchanting travelers once more.

On the Top of the World

The Kathmandu or Patan Durbar Square, UNESCO World Heritage Sites where kings were once crowned, is the most famous attractions in the city. The Boudhnath Stupa and Swayambhunath Stupa, surrounded by ancient carvings and monkeys, are equally popular. Once you’re done with these to city icons, think about exploring the Kathmandu Valley or make your way to the fabled Everest Base Camp to see Mount Everest. End your journey with a trip to the Patan Museum, known for having the finest collection of religious arts in Asia. Another way to end the trip to Kathmandu would be to spend a day Hotel Hyatt’s outdoor swimming area – the perfect way to chill and relax before departing.

Getting Around Kathmandu

The ideal mode of transportation in Kathmandu is a taxi. Cycle rickshaws are also available for shorter trips, but are generally not cheaper than taxis.

Customer Reviews for Kathmandu

4.9 - Excellent Based on 16 reviews
Everest base camp heli tour Reviewed Tour: 1 Day Everest Base Camp Helicopter Tour
Anonymous At
5 - Excellent
“We are very happy with our Mt. Everest helicopter tour organized by Breakfree Adventures. We were concerned about mountain climate before heading to Everest base camp, but they had a connection with local people who check the weather and make sure it is clear before we fly to the area, so it was so helpful. We had 4 landings, two at Lukla, one at Everest view hotel and one at Kalapattar, which is spectacular viewpoint for Mt. Everest. The breakfast at Everest View Hotel is delicious. I can’t believe we can get so many choices at the mountain. If you don’t have sufficient time to complete the Everest base camp trek, or you can’t hike for 15 days, it is the best way to do in a day. Wonderful experience and highly recommended!!”
Beautiful trek with very friendly guide Reviewed Tour: Annapurna Poonhill Trekking
Anonymous From Australia At
4 - Very Good
“Great trek and experience for my wife and I. The guide (Vinod) was very friendly and patience with us as we trekked slowly over the 6 days. For the budget the accommodation wasn't flash but acceptable. You should note that mineral water, hot showers and wifi are usually extra on top of the package (we found out afterwards). Also, it was quite a busy time for the company so some details went missing in communication between the manager back at the office and the guide. For example, we had a porter included but we had to remind the guide that it was included multiple times before he realised. Also, they provided a nice certificate at the end to celebrate our achievement but then mistakenly put the wrong altitude reached (i.e. Poon Hill was about 3200 metres and then put 4100 metres). A little more attention to detail would have been nice but overall a great experience.”
Poon Hill, then Machapuchare and Annapurna Base Camps Trek Reviewed Tour: Annapurna Sanctuary Trek
Nicholas Stone From United Kingdom UK At
5 - Excellent
“Essentially I did two treks: the well-known trip to Ghorepani and Poon Hill, and then on to the two base camps. I am 37 and in average physical condition and I found the going tough but not overwhelmingly so. The main challenge is climbing endless steps, both up and down. Hardly any of the trek is actually flat. I didn't have any trouble with my knees and I didn't need the trekking poles I bought in the end but if you don't think you can handle the strain on your knees and thighs etc then you'd probably best look at a trek which is flatter. The first two days consist of walking up to Ghorepani via a series of tiny hamlets. In the sun it can be very hot, despite it being winter. The pre-dawn hike to Poon Hill was one of the hardest parts of the entire journey, mainly because it is done before breakfast and I felt quite weak and faint. I didn't think I would make it but I did in the end. The views at the top are beautiful. It wasn't freezing cold but gloves and a hat were handy. I borrowed a knock-off down jacket and used it during this climb and on a few other evenings but I could have done without it I think. After Poon Hill was one of the most beautiful legs of the trek, walking through pine forests along the ridge of the mountains with spectacular views and then later alongside a stream until we reached Tadapani. After this there were a number of days where we didn't really ascend much but of course there were lots of steps up and down while we gradually skirted around the hills until we reached the valley which leads to MBC. Expect to see more hamlets, some villages, lots of cows and mules and goats, some flowers, plenty of trees and of course from time to time, the mountain peaks. The final two sections from Bamboo to Deurali (3200 metres) and from Deurali to ABC (4100 metres) were very, very tough for me because I began to get out of breath due to the altitude. I was panting like I was running at top speed on the tread mill! My advice is simply to walk very, very slowly when climbing there. Try to take a breath for every step you take. (I was carrying 12kg on my back and it would definitely have been easier with a porter). On the way down it was much quicker. It took me 2.5 hours to get from MBC to ABC, but on the way down, walking at brisk pace, I did the same distance in just 40 minutes. So my walking speed going up was 3 or 4 times slower than coming down. I only stayed at ABC for an hour. The views are wonderful because you are surrounded by mountains and you can see (and hear) the glaciers. There are semi-frozen streams and huge boulders everywhere. I reached ABC on December 12th and it wasn't too cold but apparently I was lucky with the weather and in previous years it has been snowing at that time. That would have made things a lot more difficult. One of the problems I had was washing clothes and drying them because there was so little sunshine, especially as we got higher. In the morning shade persisted until well after 10am and then the sun would go behind the peaks by around 3 or 4pm. At ABC the sun disappeared at 1.52pm! A few items I brought with me which were very useful included a mini water filter (it paid for itself by the end), zip lock bags (to go to the toilet at night instead of walking outside in the freezing cold!), a portable clothes line (I dried my clothes in my room at night), oat bars (for a welcome snack and energy boost - these things aren't available in the trek), a high capacity power bank and a solar charger (you have to pay for electricity after Ghorepani), a microfibre towel (a normal towel would never dry!) and finally sunscreen spray (it gets very hot in the day). I wish I had brought more liner socks (I had only two pairs, four would be better). Four hiking socks were enough. I also brought far too many chargers for my cameras and batteries and those weighed me down a bit. I also forgot to buy a sunhat which would have been useful. I had my own sleeping bag and a thermal liner and I was never cold at night. During the day I relied on trekking pants and a long-sleeved lightweight base layer. If the sun disappeared I either added a wool-based layer or my fleece. I had a thin rain jacket as well and that was very handy for keeping the wind off, though it wasn't very windy really and it never rained. You can see the photos of my trek here: http://tinyurl.com/jlhyprp If you have any questions, please feel free to contact me via Twitter @njstone9 Good luck!”
Fantastic Experience Reviewed Tour: 1 Hour Mountain Flight
Anonymous From United Kingdom UK At
5 - Excellent
“The flight attendants and staff we very kind and approachable. We went up in the plane and they let us in the cockpit and the views were very good. I would recommend this to anyone visiting as it is a very good way of seeing the Himalayas close up.”
Annapurna Trekking Reviewed Tour: Annapurna Poonhill Trekking
Steven Daly From Britain At
5 - Excellent
“Annapurna Trekking is certainly one of the most rewarding treks in Nepal. The views are simply stunning and as this was our first time on a long overseas trek, we were very inexperienced and hopeful that our guide would be patient, supportive and have everything in order. We chose Nepal Lion Tours due to its cost and excellent reviews and we're were not dissapointed. We had an excellent guide, who should all the traits we were hopeful of and even had a lovely meal with the MD of the company on our last day. I would certainly recommend Nepal Lions Tour Company to anyone who wants a low cost high value experience.”
Family Trip to Annapurna Base Camp Reviewed Tour: Annapurna Sanctuary Trek
Peter Marinov From Portugal At
5 - Excellent
“Annapurna base camp trek is wonderful experience for me and my kids. I am certain my kids are left with memories they will always treasure. No words or photos can describe the ten days we spent trekking to Annapurna Base Camp and back. It was awesome, it was incredibly hard for my kids but they forgot the hardship quickly as soon as they gazed up to the peaks. It was so icy cold at times because we trekked at the end of December. We laughed so much and sometimes we nearly cried. We stared at the mule trains carrying all sorts of logistics up and down the mountain trails and wondered at the strong porters. We sweated and gasped up the mountain stairways. We feared for our lives on the slippery slopes coming down from Machhapuchhre Base Camp and we came back to life in the pools of the Jhinu hot springs. And through all of this Shiva and Raj guarded us with their amazing knowledge and understanding, never-ending patience and wonderful sense of humor.”
“One the best place of Nepal...”easy and simple Annapurna PoonHill” Reviewed Tour: Annapurna Poonhill Trekking
Anonymous From Canada At
5 - Excellent
“The sunrise in Poon Hill is arguably one of the best viewpoints in the world. The whole Annapurna and Dhaulaghiri range in all its splendour .We had a great time atAnnapurna Poonhill Trekking. It was nice and easy booking. Very good service and a reasonable price. We will definitely use this company again Nepal Lion Tour s and Treks.””
Don't forget to wake up early for the Poon Hill sunrise 6:30am. Reviewed Tour: Annapurna Poonhill Trekking
Anonymous From United Kingdom UK At
5 - Excellent
“We had an unforgettable seven-day trek to Poon Hill and back around the Annapurna region, rigorous enough to be exciting and filled with absolutely breathtaking views, without being too challenging for beginners like we were. surya an excellent guide -- professional, extremely knowledgeable and dependable. Highly recommend the Poon Hill trek for beginners looking for a bit of steep climbing, rain forestry and of course views, and of course even more advanced trekkers who'd like a shorter four or five day jaunt. It's a well-trodden path and at night times you sleep in little village guesthouses along the way, cheap places with identical menus (but prices the rise the higher you climb) and clean beds. Don't forget to wake up early for the Poon Hill sunrise 6:30am. I won't forget it. “We had a great time at Poonhill. It was nice and easy booking. Very good service and a reasonable price. We will definitely use this company again Nepal Lion Tours and Treks ( P) LTD.”
Excellent service!! Reviewed Tour: Kathmandu and Pokhara Tour
Anonymous From Vietnam At
5 - Excellent
“Excellent service. Prabal, the tour guide explained and helped us a lot during our trip. Great places we visited in Kathmandu valley. Good English. I will use Breakfree adventures on my next visit to Nepal. Keep your great work Bharat.”
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