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    Family Tour in Nepal

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    At a Glance

    • Destination
    • Duration
      10 days
    • Trip Difficulty
      Easy Trip
    • Activities
      City Tour Only
    • Accommodation
      Standard and Luxury Options
    • Meals
      Bed and Breakfast Plan (BB Plan)
    • Mx.altitude
    • Vehicle
      Private Luxury Tourist Vehicles and Aeroplane
    • Max. People
    Family Tour in NepalMap
    • StartsKathmandu, Nepal
    • EndsKathmandu, Nepal

    About - Family Tour in Nepal

    Embark on a memorable 10-day family tour in Nepal, starting with your arrival at Tribhuwan International Airport in Kathmandu. Meet your guide and transfer to the hotel for a pre-trip meeting. On the second day, enjoy a guided sightseeing tour of the Kathmandu Valley, visiting famous sites such as Pashupatinath Temple, Boudhanath Stupa, Swayambhunath, and Patan Durbar Square before heading to Nagarkot for an overnight stay. On the third day, drive to Chitwan via Kathmandu, with an optional Trishuli River rafting adventure. Immerse yourself in jungle activities at Chitwan National Park on day four, including a safari, bird watching, canoeing, visiting the elephant breeding center, and a traditional Tharu stick dance performance.

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    On day five, travel to the scenic city of Pokhara, where you'll experience a guided sightseeing tour on day six, visiting attractions like Davis Falls, Gupteshwor Mahadev Cave, Seti River Gorge, Bindabasini Temple, and enjoying a boat ride on Phewa Lake to the Tal Barahi Temple. Day seven is reserved for relaxation and exploration in Pokhara, with optional activities such as paragliding, zip-lining, or hiking to the World Peace Pagoda. On the eighth day, fly back to Kathmandu and spend the rest of the day at your leisure. The next day, take an early morning Everest scenic flight for stunning views of Mount Everest and the Himalayas, followed by a free day for shopping, exploring, or relaxing. On the final day, you'll be transferred to Tribhuwan International Airport for your departure flight, concluding your unforgettable Nepalese family adventure.

    Here are the highlights of a Family Tour in Nepal:
    • Kathmandu Valley Sightseeing: Explore the UNESCO World Heritage sites: Swayambhunath (Monkey Temple), Pashupatinath Temple, Boudhanath Stupa, and the historic Patan Durbar Square.
    • Nagarkot Stay: Witness breathtaking sunrises over the Himalayan range. Enjoy panoramic views of major peaks from Dhaulagiri in the west to Kanchenjunga in the east.
    • Chitwan National Park Adventure: Experience a jungle safari to spot wildlife like rhinos, tigers, and various bird species. Participate in local Tharu cultural programs and dances.
    • Pokhara Exploration: Visit famous sites like Fewa Lake, Devi's Fall, and the Gupteshwor Cave. Paraglide over the city with mesmerizing views of the Annapurna range. Enjoy boat rides on Fewa Lake with the backdrop of the Himalayas.
    • Everest Scenic Flight: Embark on a 1-hour flight that provides close-up views of Mount Everest and other majestic peaks.
    • White-Water Rafting (Optional): Experience the thrills of rafting in the Trishuli River.
    • Local Cultural Immersion: Attend traditional dance performances in Kathmandu. Savor authentic Nepali cuisine during the farewell dinner.
    • Luxury Accommodation: Stay in top-notch hotels/resorts, with options ranging from 3-star to 5-star categories.
    • Expert Guided Tours: Benefit from experienced English-speaking guides during city tours in Kathmandu and Pokhara.

    These highlights offer a well-rounded experience, ensuring families experience the cultural, natural, and adventurous facets of Nepal.

    Features of Family Tour in Nepal

    The Family Tour in Nepal offers a variety of features that cater to different interests and ensure a memorable experience for the whole family. Some of these features include:

    Cultural immersion

    Cultural immersion is a deep dive into the traditions, customs, and lifestyle of the local people. It's about understanding and experiencing life as the locals do, creating memories and connections that last a lifetime. Nepal, with its rich tapestry of history, religions, festivals, and daily rituals, offers a plethora of opportunities for cultural immersion, especially for families. Here's a guide to experiencing cultural immersion during a Family Tour in Nepal:

    Kathmandu Valley Exploration:

    • Temples and Shrines: Visit Swayambhunath (Monkey Temple), Pashupatinath, and Boudhanath. These places offer a deep insight into the religious fervor and practices of the Nepalese.
    • Patan and Bhaktapur: These ancient cities within the valley have preserved their culture, architecture, and traditional crafts. Families can witness artisans at work and even try their hand at some crafts.

    Local Festivals: If visiting during the times of Dashain, Tihar, Holi, or Teej, families should engage in the celebrations. It's a perfect time to understand local traditions, enjoy traditional music and dances, and even partake in the feasts.

    Nepali Cuisine: Beyond the famous momos and dal bhat, Nepalese cuisine offers a variety of regional dishes. Attend a local cooking class or dine with a local family to understand the nuances of their food culture.

    Engage in Local Arts and Crafts: Take workshops in traditional crafts like Thangka painting, pottery, or weaving. This provides a hands-on experience of the country's rich artistic heritage.

    Rural Village Tours: Visiting a village, especially in the hills or Terai regions, offers a glimpse of daily life outside the urban centers. Witness traditional farming, participate in local songs and dances, and engage in community activities.

    Cultural Performances: Attend cultural evenings where traditional dances and music are performed. The stories told through these performances often revolve around legends, gods, and goddesses, providing insight into the local folklore.

    Language Basics: Learn a few basic phrases in Nepali. Simple greetings and thank-yous can go a long way in connecting with locals and enriching the experience.

    Chitwan Visit: Beyond the wildlife, Chitwan offers an opportunity to engage with the Tharu community. Their stick dances, unique housing structures, and distinct customs provide another layer of cultural immersion.

    Pokhara Sightseeing: In Pokhara, families can explore cultural landmarks such as Bindabasini Temple, dedicated to the Hindu goddess Durga, and Tal Barahi Temple, situated on an island in the middle of Phewa Lake. These visits provide a glimpse into the local beliefs and religious practices.

    A Family Tour in Nepal focused on cultural immersion isn't just about sightseeing. It's about engaging, participating, and living the moments that make Nepal's culture so vibrant and diverse. Such experiences bond families and create stories that get passed down through generations.

    Scenic beauty

    The Family Tour in Nepal showcases the country's incredible scenic beauty, offering breathtaking landscapes and stunning views that leave a lasting impression. Some of the highlights of the tour's scenic beauty include:

    Nagarkot: This picturesque hill station, located near Kathmandu, is famous for its panoramic views of the Himalayas. Families can witness stunning sunrises and sunsets, with the snow-capped peaks as a backdrop.

    Chitwan National Park: The park boasts diverse ecosystems, including dense forests, grasslands, and rivers. The natural beauty of Chitwan provides an idyllic setting for exploring the park's wildlife and flora.

    Pokhara: Nestled at the base of the Annapurna mountain range, Pokhara offers breathtaking views of the surrounding peaks. The city is also home to beautiful natural sites like Phewa Lake, Davis Falls, and the Seti River Gorge, making it an ideal destination for nature lovers.

    Everest Scenic Flight: The tour includes an early morning scenic flight that provides an unparalleled view of Mount Everest and other majestic peaks in the Himalayas. This unforgettable experience showcases the grandeur and beauty of the world's highest mountain range.

    Countryside landscapes: Throughout the tour, families will travel through diverse landscapes, from the bustling city of Kathmandu to the tranquil countryside dotted with terraced fields, rivers, and traditional villages. These scenic drives offer a glimpse into the rural charm of Nepal.

    Optional hikes: For those interested in exploring the natural beauty of Nepal on foot, optional hikes such as the one to the World Peace Pagoda in Pokhara offer spectacular views and a deeper connection to the surrounding environment.

    Wildlife and nature

    The Family Tour in Nepal offers several opportunities to explore and appreciate the country's diverse wildlife and natural environments. Here are some highlights of the wildlife and nature experiences during the tour:

    Chitwan National Park: A UNESCO World Heritage Site, Chitwan National Park is home to a wide variety of flora and fauna. Families can enjoy a full day of jungle activities, such as:

    Safari: Embark on a thrilling safari, either on foot, by jeep, or on an elephant's back, to spot various wildlife species, including Bengal tigers, one-horned rhinoceroses, deer, and monkeys.

    Bird watching: Chitwan National Park is home to over 500 species of birds, making it a paradise for bird enthusiasts. Keep an eye out for species such as the lesser adjutant, grey-crowned prinia, and the endangered Bengal florican.

    Canoeing: Drift along the Rapti River on a traditional wooden canoe and observe crocodiles, aquatic birds, and other wildlife up close.

    Elephant breeding center: Visit the elephant breeding center to learn about conservation efforts and interact with these gentle giants.

    Pokhara: The city offers a perfect blend of natural beauty and outdoor activities. Families can enjoy a boat ride on the serene Phewa Lake, witness the dramatic Davis Falls, and explore the mysterious Gupteshwor Mahadev Cave.

    Scenic landscapes: Throughout the journey, families will experience diverse landscapes, including lush forests, terraced fields, and rivers. These scenic drives provide a chance to observe the flora and fauna in their natural habitats and offer a glimpse into the country's rural charm.

    Optional activities: For those interested in additional nature experiences, optional activities such as paragliding or hiking to the World Peace Pagoda in Pokhara provide more opportunities to immerse in the stunning natural surroundings.

    Traditional performances

    Traditional performances play an important role in preserving and showcasing the cultural heritage of a region. On the Family Tour in Nepal, you will have the opportunity to enjoy a traditional performance that provides insight into the local customs and way of life.

    Tharu Cultural Program in Chitwan: While staying in Chitwan, you and your family will be treated to a Tharu cultural program, which includes a traditional Tharu stick dance performance. The Tharu people are an indigenous ethnic group native to the Terai region of Nepal, and their unique customs, music, and dance have evolved over centuries.

    During the performance, you will witness the Tharu community's members wearing colorful, traditional attire as they perform their rhythmic dances accompanied by traditional music. The dancers often use long sticks during the performance, clashing them together in harmony with the beat, creating an energetic and lively atmosphere.

    The Tharu cultural program provides an excellent opportunity for your family to learn about and appreciate the rich cultural diversity of Nepal. This traditional performance not only entertains but also fosters a deeper understanding of the country's unique customs, traditions, and way of life.

    Adventure options

    The Family Tour in Nepal offers several adventure options that cater to different interests and thrill levels, ensuring an exciting and memorable experience for the whole family. Some of the adventure options available during the tour are:

    Trishuli River Rafting (Optional): While traveling from Nagarkot to Chitwan, families have the option to enjoy a thrilling white-water rafting adventure on the Trishuli River. This activity offers adrenaline-pumping excitement and an opportunity to witness the beautiful riverside scenery.

    Paragliding in Pokhara (Optional): For those seeking an unforgettable aerial adventure, paragliding in Pokhara offers a unique opportunity to soar like a bird over picturesque landscapes, with the majestic Annapurna range as a backdrop.

    Zip-lining in Pokhara (Optional): Experience the thrill of zip-lining in Pokhara, which features one of the world's longest, steepest, and fastest zip lines. This adrenaline-pumping activity offers a breathtaking view of the Annapurna range and the Seti River valley.

    Hiking to the World Peace Pagoda (Optional): For families interested in a moderate hike, a trek to the World Peace Pagoda in Pokhara offers panoramic views of the city, Phewa Lake, and the surrounding mountains. The pagoda itself is a symbol of peace and harmony, making the hike a rewarding and enriching experience.

    Other optional adventure activities: Depending on your interests and time, you may explore additional adventure activities in Pokhara, such as mountain biking, stand-up paddleboarding, bungee jumping, or ultralight flights.

    These adventure options provide families with a variety of thrilling experiences to choose from, adding excitement to the trip and creating unforgettable memories. By participating in these activities, families can challenge themselves, bond over shared experiences, and appreciate the natural beauty of Nepal in a unique and exhilarating way.

    Relaxation and leisure time

    The Family Tour in Nepal is designed to provide a balance of guided activities and relaxation, ensuring that families have ample leisure time to unwind and enjoy their vacation at their own pace. Some of the opportunities for relaxation and leisure time during the tour include:

    Free day in Pokhara: Day seven of the tour is dedicated to relaxation and exploration in Pokhara. Families can choose to unwind by the lakeside, take leisurely strolls, or explore the city at their own pace. This free day allows families to recharge and enjoy Pokhara's tranquil atmosphere.

    Boating on Phewa Lake: During the guided sightseeing tour of Pokhara, families will have the opportunity to enjoy a peaceful boat ride on Phewa Lake. The serene waters and beautiful surroundings make this a relaxing experience that the whole family can enjoy together.

    Hotel stays: Throughout the tour, families will stay in comfortable hotels that provide a restful environment for relaxation after a day of activities and sightseeing. Many hotels feature amenities like swimming pools, gardens, or spa services, offering additional opportunities for leisure and relaxation.

    Free time in Kathmandu: Following the Everest Scenic Flight, families have a free day in Kathmandu to spend as they wish. This leisure time can be used to explore the city further, indulge in some shopping, enjoy local cuisine, or simply relax at the hotel.

    Optional activities: During leisure time, families can choose to participate in optional activities, such as yoga sessions or meditation classes, which can provide relaxation and rejuvenation during the tour.

    The relaxation and leisure time during the Family Tour in Nepal allows families to enjoy their vacation at a comfortable pace, giving them the flexibility to tailor their experience to their preferences and needs. These moments of relaxation not only help recharge the family for upcoming adventures but also create space for quality time and shared memories.

    Comfortable accommodation

    Throughout the Family Tour in Nepal, comfortable accommodation is an essential aspect of the overall travel experience, ensuring that families have a restful and enjoyable stay. Here are some features and benefits of the comfortable accommodations provided during the tour:

    Quality hotels: The tour includes stays at carefully selected hotels, guesthouses, or resorts that offer a comfortable and pleasant environment. These establishments are chosen for their quality service, cleanliness, and amenities.

    Convenient locations: The accommodations are located near popular attractions, restaurants, and shopping areas, making it easy for families to explore the surrounding areas during their leisure time.

    Amenities and facilities: The hotels typically provide a range of amenities and facilities, such as private bathrooms, air conditioning or heating, Wi-Fi, and television. Some accommodations may also feature additional facilities like swimming pools, gardens, or spa services for added relaxation and enjoyment.

    Family-friendly: The accommodations cater to the needs of families, providing rooms with multiple beds or adjoining rooms, ensuring a comfortable stay for all members of the family.

    Local charm and character: Many accommodations showcase the local architecture, design, and culture, offering families an authentic and immersive experience of Nepali hospitality.

    Safety and security: The selected accommodations prioritize the safety and security of their guests, providing features like 24-hour reception, secure storage for valuables, and well-maintained premises.

    Dining options: Most hotels offer on-site dining options, serving a variety of local and international dishes, ensuring that families have convenient and delicious meal choices during their stay.

    Expert Guidance

    Expert guidance is a crucial aspect of the Family Tour in Nepal, ensuring that families have a safe, enjoyable, and informative travel experience. Here are some ways in which expert guidance is provided during the tour:

    Local guides: Knowledgeable local guides accompany the family during sightseeing tours and activities. These guides have extensive knowledge of the region's history, culture, and natural features, providing valuable insights and enriching the overall travel experience.

    Professional drivers: Throughout the tour, families are transported by experienced and professional drivers, ensuring a safe and comfortable journey between destinations.

    Language assistance: Local guides are proficient in English and can help bridge any language barriers that may arise during the tour, making it easier for families to communicate with locals and enjoy their experience fully.

    Customized experiences: Expert guides can help families tailor their tours according to their interests and preferences, providing recommendations for additional activities, attractions, and dining options.

    Cultural insights: The local guides provide in-depth cultural insights, helping families better understand and appreciate the customs, traditions, and way of life of the people they encounter during their travels.

    Safety and emergency support: In case of any emergencies or unforeseen circumstances, local guides and support staff are available to assist families and ensure their safety and well-being. They can provide guidance on medical facilities, emergency contacts, and any other necessary support.

    Tips and advice: Expert guides offer valuable tips and advice on various aspects of the tour, such as appropriate clothing, local etiquette, and how to make the most of the activities and experiences.


    The Family Tour in Nepal is designed to ensure maximum convenience for families, making their travel experience as enjoyable and stress-free as possible. Here are some ways in which the tour prioritizes convenience:

    Airport transfers: The tour includes pick-up and drop-off services at Tribhuvan International Airport in Kathmandu, ensuring a hassle-free arrival and departure experience.

    Transportation: Comfortable private vehicles are used throughout the tour for sightseeing and transfers, providing a safe and relaxed travel experience.

    Pre-planned itinerary: The tour features a well-structured itinerary that combines cultural, natural, and adventure activities while allowing ample time for relaxation and leisure. This ensures that families can enjoy a balanced and enjoyable experience without the need for extensive planning.

    Local guides: Knowledgeable local guides accompany the family during sightseeing tours, providing valuable insights into the history, culture, and natural beauty of the various destinations. This not only enriches the travel experience but also eliminates the need for families to navigate unfamiliar locations on their own.

    Accommodation: Comfortable accommodations are pre-booked, ensuring that families have a pleasant and restful stay during the tour. These accommodations are selected based on their quality, location, and family-friendly amenities.

    Meals: Some meals, such as breakfast, are typically included in the tour package, providing families with a convenient and satisfying start to their day.

    Optional activities: The tour offers a variety of optional activities to cater to different interests and preferences, giving families the flexibility to customize their experience according to their desires.

    Emergency support: In case of any emergencies or unforeseen circumstances, local support is available to assist families and ensure their safety and well-being.

    The Family Tour in Nepal is designed to provide maximum convenience, allowing families to focus on enjoying their vacation and creating lasting memories. With seamless transportation, knowledgeable guides, comfortable accommodations, and a well-planned itinerary, families can embark on an unforgettable journey through the beautiful landscapes and rich culture of Nepal without any hassle.


    The Family Tour in Nepal offers flexibility to ensure that families can enjoy a personalized and fulfilling travel experience. This flexibility allows families to tailor their journey according to their interests, preferences, and pace. Here are some ways in which the tour provides flexibility:

    Optional activities: Throughout the tour, families have the option to participate in additional activities, such as river rafting, paragliding, hiking, or cultural performances. These optional activities enable families to customize their experience according to their interests and thrill levels.

    Free time: The itinerary includes free days in Pokhara and Kathmandu, allowing families to explore these cities at their own pace, engage in leisure activities, or simply relax and unwind.

    Sightseeing preferences: During the guided sightseeing tours, families can discuss their preferences with the local guide, who can adjust the tour to focus on specific attractions or interests.

    Meal choices: While some meals, such as breakfast, are typically included in the tour package, families have the flexibility to choose their dining options for other meals, allowing them to explore local cuisine and enjoy meals that suit their tastes and dietary needs.

    Accommodation upgrades: Depending on availability, families can request to upgrade their accommodations to suit their preferences, ensuring a comfortable and enjoyable stay during the tour.

    Customizable itinerary: The tour operator can work with families to customize the itinerary based on their specific interests, time constraints, or any other special requests, creating a truly personalized travel experience.

    Best time for a Family Tour in Nepal

    The best time for a Family Tour in Nepal is during the country's two primary seasons with favorable weather conditions: the spring season (March to May) and the autumn season (September to November). Each season offers its own unique advantages for a family vacation:

    Spring (March to May)

    • Weather: The temperatures are warmer than in autumn but still comfortable. The hills and forests are lush green and covered with blooming flowers, especially rhododendrons.
    • Highlights: This season offers a pleasant climate, ideal for wildlife spotting in places like Chitwan National Park.

    Summer/Monsoon (June to August)

    • Weather: This is the monsoon season in Nepal, characterized by frequent rains, which can cause landslides in hilly and mountainous regions. The humidity is high, and there's a lot of cloud cover.
    • Highlights: While it's not the most recommended time for a family tour due to the rains, the landscape is at its greenest. Also, the famous festival of Teej usually falls in August/September, where women fast and celebrate with songs, dances, and parades.

    Autumn (September to November)

    • Weather: This is considered the best time to visit Nepal. Post-monsoon, the skies are clear, offering spectacular views of the Himalayas. The temperatures are moderate, making it comfortable for sightseeing and other activities.
    • Highlights: The biggest festivals of Nepal, Dashain (usually in September or October) and Tihar (usually in October or November) fall in this season. These festivals can provide a rich cultural experience for families.

    Winter (December to February)

    • Weather: The temperatures in the plains and valleys, including Kathmandu and Pokhara, are cool but not extremely cold. However, higher elevations experience snowfall and can be very cold.
    • Highlights: Clear skies can still provide excellent mountain views, and places like Chitwan remain accessible. This season sees fewer tourists, providing a more relaxed experience.

    For a family tour focusing on a mix of activities like sightseeing, cultural experiences, and wildlife safaris, the Autumn (September to November) and Spring (March to May) seasons would be ideal. These periods offer good weather, clear mountain views, and the opportunity to partake in various festivities and activities comfortably.

    Luxury Options on Family Tours in Nepal

    The Luxury Family Tour in Nepal offers an unforgettable experience by blending cultural and natural attractions with ultimate comfort and convenience. Upon arrival at Tribhuvan International Airport in Kathmandu, guests are transferred to a 5-star hotel, followed by a welcome dinner at a fine dining restaurant. The tour includes a guided sightseeing tour of Kathmandu Valley and a drive to Nagarkot in a luxury vehicle, where guests stay at a high-end resort with stunning mountain views. The journey continues to Chitwan National Park, with an optional rafting adventure on the Trishuli River, and a stay at a luxury jungle lodge or resort. In Pokhara, guests enjoy a guided sightseeing tour, a relaxing boat ride on Phewa Lake, and accommodation at a 5-star lake or mountain view hotel or resort. The itinerary allows for relaxation and leisure time, with options like spa treatments, golf, or paragliding. The tour concludes with an Everest Scenic Flight and a return to Kathmandu before departing from Tribhuvan International Airport, marking the end of a truly memorable Luxury Family Tour in Nepal.

    The Luxury Family Tour in Nepal is characterized by several key features that elevate the travel experience and cater to the needs of families seeking comfort, convenience, and memorable moments.

    Premium Accommodations: The tour includes stays at 5-star hotels, luxury resorts, and high-end jungle lodges, ensuring a comfortable and enjoyable experience for the whole family.

    Private Transportation: Luxury vehicles are used for transportation throughout the tour, providing a comfortable and hassle-free journey between destinations.

    Unique Experiences: The tour includes unforgettable experiences such as an Everest Scenic Flight, a guided tour of the culturally rich Kathmandu Valley, and wildlife encounters in Chitwan National Park.

    Leisure and Relaxation: The itinerary offers ample leisure time and relaxation opportunities, such as spa treatments, golf, or paragliding, allowing families to unwind and enjoy their vacation at their own pace.

    Fine Dining: The tour includes opportunities to savor exquisite local and international cuisine at fine dining restaurants, showcasing the best of Nepalese gastronomy.

    Important notes on Family Tour in Nepal

    When planning and embarking on a Family Tour in Nepal, it's essential to consider some important notes to ensure a safe, enjoyable, and memorable experience for the whole family:

    Health and Safety: Make sure to consult with a healthcare professional regarding any necessary vaccinations or medications before traveling to Nepal. Carry a basic first-aid kit and any required prescription medications.

    Altitude: Some destinations in Nepal are at high altitudes, and altitude sickness can be a concern. Ensure your itinerary allows for proper acclimatization and be aware of the symptoms of altitude sickness.

    Travel Insurance: Obtain comprehensive travel insurance that covers medical emergencies, trip cancellations, lost luggage, and other potential travel-related issues.

    Local customs and etiquette: Familiarize yourself with local customs, traditions, and etiquette to respect the local culture and avoid inadvertently offending anyone. For example, dress modestly when visiting temples and religious sites, and avoid public displays of affection.

    Food and water: Stick to bottled or treated water, and avoid consuming tap water or ice made from tap water. Be cautious with street food and choose clean, reputable establishments for your meals.

    Currency and payments: The local currency is the Nepalese Rupee (NPR). While credit cards are accepted in major cities and tourist areas, it's a good idea to carry sufficient cash in smaller denominations for use in rural areas and smaller establishments.

    Language: While English is widely spoken in tourist areas, learning a few basic Nepali phrases can be helpful and appreciated by locals.

    Climate and clothing: Pack appropriate clothing based on the season and the destinations included in your itinerary. Layered clothing is recommended, as temperatures can vary significantly throughout the day.

    Responsible tourism: Be respectful of the environment, wildlife, and local communities. Avoid contributing to over-tourism by choosing eco-friendly and responsible tour operators, accommodations, and activities.

    Emergency contacts: Keep a list of essential emergency contacts, such as the local police, the nearest hospital or medical facility, and your country's embassy or consulate.

    By considering these important notes, you can better prepare for a safe and enjoyable Family Tour in Nepal, creating an unforgettable experience for the whole family.

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    What's Included

      All ground transport in a private vehicle, including airport and hotel transfers
    • 3 Star option: Accommodation in Kathmandu (Hotel Holy Himalaya or Similar), in Nagarkot (Hotel Himalayan Villa or similar), in Chitwan (Hotel Parkland or similar) and in Pokhara (Hotel Lakestar or Similar Category) on a twin/double sharing bed and breakfast basis
      4 Star option: Accommodation in Kathmandu (Hotel Mulberry or Similar), in Nagarkot (Hotel Country Villa or similar), in Chitwan (Green Park Resort or similar) and in Pokhara (Mount Kailash Resort or Similar Category) on a twin/double sharing bed and breakfast basis.
      5 Star option:  Accommodation in Kathmandu (Kathmandu Marriott Hotel or similar), in Nagarkot (Club Himalaya Nagarkot), in Chitwan (Barahi Jungle Lodge or similar) and in Pokhara (Temple Tree Resort or Similar Category) on a twin/double sharing bed and breakfast basis.
      Full board meal plan in Chitwan with all Jungle activities.
      City sightseeing and entrance fees
      Fly from Pokhara - Kathmandu, as per the itinerary.
      1-hour Everest scenic flight
      All ground transportation in a comfortable private luxury vehicle as per the itinerary
    • GUIDE:
      An experienced, helpful and friendly English-speaking Guide in Kathmandu and in Pokhara
      All Nepalese staff’s daily wages, salary, food & clothing.
      Sightseeing in Kathmandu and Pokhara Valley by private vehicle and a professional guide.
      Farewell dinner in Kathmandu in a typical Nepali restaurant with a cultural dance performance in the evening.
      All government taxes and official expenses.

    What's Excluded

      International flight airfare (from and to Kathmandu).
      Nepal entry visa; you can obtain a visa easily upon your arrival at Tribhuwan International Airport in Kathmandu.
      Lunch and Dinner while you are in Kathmandu and Pokhara
    • ADD-ON:
      Everest Flight by Helicopter (USD 750 per person) and Flight ticket (Kathmandu - Chitwan & Chitwan-Pokhara)
      Extra nights’ accommodation in Kathmandu. In case of early arrival or late departure, domestic flight cancellation (due to any other reason) than the scheduled itinerary.
      Travel Insurance (for trip cancellation, interruption, medical treatment, repatriation, etc.)
      Telephone Calls, Internet, laundry, soft drinks, beers, and any Alcoholic beverages.
    • FILMING:
      Special Filming, Camera, and Drone permit fee.
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    • Group and Family Discounts
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    • TIPS:
      Tips for the guide & driver. (Tipping is Expected).
    • EXTRA:
      Any other services, activities or personal expenses, which are not mentioned in the itinerary and other items not listed in the “Cost Includes” section.
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      United States of America (the), Texas

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    Accommodation During Family Tour in Nepal

    During the Family Tour in Nepal, you will be provided with a range of comfortable and family-friendly accommodations that cater to your needs. Whether you choose a luxury tour or a budget-friendly option, you can expect to stay in hotels, boutique hotels, resorts, homestays, or guesthouses. High-end hotels offer luxurious amenities, spacious rooms, and excellent services, while boutique hotels provide unique and authentic experiences. Resorts are perfect for families who want to relax and enjoy various facilities such as swimming pools, spas, and recreational activities. Homestays offer an opportunity to experience the local lifestyle, culture, and food, while guesthouses provide a warm and welcoming atmosphere at an affordable price. These accommodations are designed to cater to the needs of families, providing comfortable and family-friendly options to ensure that you have a memorable stay in Nepal.

    Transportation during Family Tour in Nepal

    During the Family Tour in Nepal, you will be provided with various transportation options that cater to your needs. Here are some of the types of transportation you can expect during your tour:

    Private Vehicle: Private vehicles such as cars, vans, or SUVs are the most common mode of transportation for families on a Nepal tour. These vehicles are comfortable, convenient, and flexible, allowing you to travel at your own pace and visit multiple destinations.

    Domestic Flights: If you are traveling long distances, then domestic flights are an excellent option. They save time and offer breathtaking aerial views of Nepal's landscapes.

    Jungle Safari Vehicles: During the Chitwan National Park jungle safari, you will be provided with a vehicle that is specifically designed for jungle safaris, such as a jeep or a bus.

    Nepalese cuisine is diverse and flavorful, and there are many delicious dishes to try during your Family Tour in Nepal. Here are some popular Nepalese foods that you can try:

    Dal Bhat: This is a traditional Nepalese dish that consists of lentil soup (dal), rice (bhat), and vegetables. It's a staple food in Nepal and is often eaten for breakfast, lunch, and dinner.

    Momo: These are steamed or fried dumplings that are filled with vegetables or meat. They are a popular snack or appetizer in Nepal.

    Thukpa: This is a hearty noodle soup that is often eaten during the cold winter months. It can be made with vegetables, meat, or seafood.

    Chhwela: This is a spicy meat dish that is made with grilled or smoked meat, usually chicken or buffalo, and is flavored with chili peppers, onions, and lime.

    Newari Cuisine: This is a traditional cuisine that originates from the Kathmandu Valley and includes dishes such as Choila (spicy grilled meat), Bara (fried lentil patties), and Chatamari (a rice flour crepe topped with meat or vegetables).

    Tea: Nepal is known for its tea, especially the famous Ilam tea, which is grown in the eastern hills of Nepal. You can enjoy a cup of tea at a local tea house or while trekking in the mountains.

    Vegetarian options are also widely available in Nepal, and many dishes can be made vegetarian upon request. It's important to ensure that the food you consume is cooked and served hot to avoid food-borne illnesses. It's also recommended to avoid tap water and to drink bottled or purified water instead.

    Group Leader during the Family Tour in Nepal

    During the Family Tour in Nepal, you will have a professional and experienced group leader who will be your guide throughout the tour. The group leader is typically a Nepali national who speaks fluent English and has extensive knowledge of the local culture, history, and geography. They will provide you with all the information you need to know about the destinations you will visit, the activities you will do, and the culture you will experience.

    The group leader will also be responsible for coordinating transportation, accommodations, and meals. They will ensure that the tour runs smoothly and that you have a comfortable and enjoyable experience. The group leader will be available to answer any questions you may have, provide recommendations, and offer assistance whenever needed.

    Moreover, the group leader will also ensure that the tour is family-friendly and that activities are suitable for all ages. They will prioritize the safety and well-being of the group and make necessary adjustments if required.


    If you have purchased a voucher for the tour, please inform us which tour date suits you as soon as you are certain. We need time to purchase your domestic air ticket and make other arrangements so please confirm your spot on a tour at least 2 months prior to the commencement of the tour. Your booking on a particular tour date is subject to the availability of spots. Also, please send us your redemption code and voucher number through this link (Voucher Redemption).

    Visa for Family Tour in Nepal

    You will need a visa to enter Nepal for the Family Tour. Here's some information about obtaining a visa for Nepal:

    Visa on Arrival: You can obtain a visa on arrival at the Tribhuvan International Airport in Kathmandu. You will need to fill out a visa application form and provide a passport-sized photograph and a valid passport that is at least six months away from expiration. You can pay the visa fee in cash (USD, EUR, or NPR) or by credit card.

    Online Visa Application: You can also apply for a visa online before your trip. The online visa application can be found on the website of the Department of Immigration of Nepal. You will need to provide personal and travel information and upload a passport-sized photograph. You can pay the visa fee online using a credit card.

    Nepal Embassies/Consulates: You can also apply for a visa at a Nepalese embassy or consulate in your home country before your trip.

    The visa fee varies depending on the duration of your stay in Nepal. The visa fee for a 15-day stay is USD 30, for a 30-day stay is USD 50, and for a 90-day stay is USD 125. Children under the age of 10 are not charged a visa fee.

    If you're planning to do the Family Tour in Nepal, you'll need to book an international flight to Kathmandu, which is the capital city and the main entry point for most visitors to Nepal. There are several international airlines that offer direct flights to Kathmandu from major cities around the world, such as Delhi, Mumbai, Bangkok, Singapore, Dubai, Doha, and Istanbul.

    The cost and duration of international flights to Kathmandu vary depending on your departure city and the time of year. It's recommended to book your international flight well in advance to secure the best rates and availability.

    It's also important to check the baggage allowance and restrictions of your airline, as some airlines have stricter baggage policies than others, and excess baggage fees can be expensive. You can use the following options to book your flights.

    1. Expedia (
    2. Kayak (
    3. Skyscanner (
    4. Orbitz (
    5. CheapOair (
    6. Travelocity (
    7. Priceline (
    8. Google Flights (

    These websites allow you to compare flight options, airlines, and prices from different providers, and you can often find deals and promotions that may not be available elsewhere.

    When and where should you arrive for the Family Tour in Nepal?

    It's recommended to book your international flight to arrive and depart from Kathmandu International Airport (Tribhuvan International Airport), as this is the main entry and exit point for most visitors to Nepal.

    Upon arrival at the airport, you'll be received by representatives from Luxury Holidays Nepal, who will be holding a signed card with the company's name. They will escort you to your hotel in Kathmandu.

    If you plan to arrive early or depart late, you'll need to make extra hotel arrangements by contacting [email protected]. It's important to provide your flight details to the company after purchasing your international air ticket, so they can make arrangements for your airport pickup and transfer to the hotel.

    The official currency of Nepal is the Nepalese Rupee (NPR), and it's the only currency accepted as legal tender in the country. However, some establishments in major tourist areas, such as Kathmandu and Pokhara, may accept US dollars, Euros, or other major currencies, but at a lower exchange rate than the official rate.

    It's recommended to exchange your currency for Nepalese Rupees upon arrival at the airport or at authorized currency exchange centers in the city, as these offer the best exchange rates. You can also withdraw cash from ATMs located in major cities, but it's advisable to inform your bank beforehand to ensure that your card works in Nepal.

    Credit cards such as Visa, MasterCard, and American Express are widely accepted in major hotels, restaurants, and shops in Kathmandu and Pokhara. However, it's advisable to carry some cash with you as some establishments may not accept credit cards or may add a surcharge for card payments.

    Nepal is a safe country to visit, and millions of tourists visit the country every year without any issues. However, it's always important to take precautions and be aware of your surroundings, especially when traveling with family. Here are some tips for ensuring safety during your Family Tour in Nepal:

    Choose a reputable travel agency: Selecting a reputable travel agency like Luxury Holidays Nepal with experience in organizing family tours in Nepal can ensure that you have a safe and enjoyable trip.

    Research your destinations: Before traveling to any destination, it's essential to research the area and familiarize yourself with potential risks, scams, and local customs.

    Be aware of your surroundings: It's important to be aware of your surroundings, especially in crowded areas such as markets, tourist sites, and public transportation.

    Follow local customs and laws: Respect the local customs and laws and dress appropriately, especially when visiting religious sites.

    Avoid unlicensed trekking guides: Always use licensed and reputable trekking guides for any outdoor activities.

    Keep valuable belongings secure: Keep your passport, money, and other valuable belongings in a safe and secure place, and avoid carrying large amounts of cash.

    Stay healthy: Stay healthy by drinking bottled or purified water, washing your hands regularly, and taking any necessary precautions against altitude sickness, if trekking.

    Internet access is widely available in Nepal, and you can easily get a SIM card for your mobile phone to stay connected during your Family Tour. Here's what you need to know:

    SIM Cards: You can get a prepaid SIM card for your mobile phone from any of the major telecom providers in Nepal, such as Ncell or Nepal Telecom. You will need to provide a copy of your passport and a passport-sized photograph to get a SIM card. You can also buy SIM cards at the airport upon arrival.

    Internet Access: Most hotels and restaurants in major tourist areas offer free Wi-Fi. You can also purchase a data plan for your mobile phone from your telecom provider to stay connected while on the go. The internet speed and reliability may vary depending on your location.

    Coverage: Coverage is generally good in urban areas, but it may be limited in rural and remote areas. If you are trekking or traveling to remote areas, it's best to check with your telecom provider about the coverage and data plans.

    Cost: The cost of a SIM card and data plan varies depending on the telecom provider and the duration of your stay. Generally, the cost is affordable and provides good value for money.

    To ensure a safe and healthy Family Tour in Nepal, it's important to take necessary precautions and get the recommended vaccinations and immunizations. You and your family should be up to date on routine vaccinations such as MMR, diphtheria-tetanus-pertussis, chickenpox, and polio. Additionally, it's recommended to get vaccinated for Hepatitis A, Typhoid, and Rabies, especially if you may have contact with animals or consume contaminated food and water. Those who may engage in risky behavior or have contact with blood or body fluids should also consider getting vaccinated for Hepatitis B. Japanese Encephalitis vaccination is recommended for those planning to visit rural areas or spend time outdoors during the monsoon season. It's important to consult a healthcare provider or travel medicine specialist at least six weeks before your trip to discuss the recommended vaccinations and immunizations for Nepal and to obtain additional advice on staying healthy during your tour.

    Health Issues During the tour

    Nepal is a developing country, and there are some health issues that travelers may encounter during their Family Tour. Here are some of the common health issues and tips for staying healthy during your trip:

    Altitude Sickness: Altitude sickness can occur when traveling to high-altitude areas such as the Himalayas. Symptoms include headache, nausea, and shortness of breath. To prevent altitude sickness, it's recommended to acclimatize gradually by ascending slowly, drinking plenty of water, and avoiding alcohol and strenuous activities.

    Food and Water Safety: Contaminated food and water can cause illnesses such as diarrhea, typhoid, and hepatitis A. It's recommended to drink bottled or purified water, avoid ice in drinks, and eat cooked foods that are served hot. It's also advisable to avoid street food and to wash your hands regularly with soap and water or hand sanitizer.

    Insect-Borne Diseases: Mosquitoes can transmit diseases such as dengue fever, Zika virus, and Japanese encephalitis. It's recommended to wear long sleeves and pants, use insect repellent, and sleep under mosquito nets to prevent insect bites.

    Sunburn and Dehydration: Nepal has a sunny and dry climate, and it's easy to get sunburned and dehydrated. It's recommended to wear sunscreen, a hat, and sunglasses, and to drink plenty of water throughout the day.

    Air Pollution: The air quality in cities such as Kathmandu can be poor due to dust and emissions from vehicles. It's recommended to wear a mask, especially during times of high pollution.

    Travel insurance is highly recommended when going on a Family Tour in Nepal. It can provide you with financial protection in case of unexpected situations such as flight cancellations, medical emergencies, or theft. Here are some factors to consider when purchasing travel insurance for your Family Tour in Nepal:

    Medical Coverage: Ensure that the insurance policy includes adequate medical coverage for you and your family, including emergency medical evacuation, hospitalization, and repatriation.

    Trip Cancellation and Interruption: The policy should also cover trip cancellation and interruption due to unforeseen events such as illness, injury, or natural disasters.

    Personal Belongings: The policy should provide coverage for lost or stolen personal belongings, such as luggage, cameras, and electronics.

    Adventure Activities: If you plan to engage in adventure activities such as trekking, rafting, or mountain biking, ensure that the policy covers these activities.

    Pre-existing Conditions: If you or your family members have any pre-existing medical conditions, make sure that the policy covers them.

    Duration and Destination: Ensure that the policy covers the entire duration of your trip and the destinations you plan to visit, including high-altitude regions.

    Add on a trip on a Family Tour in Nepal

    There are many add-on trips that you can consider during your Family Tour in Nepal. Here are some popular options:

    Everest Base Camp Trek: This is a challenging trek that takes you to the base camp of the world's highest mountain, Mount Everest. It's a popular trek that offers stunning views of the Himalayas.

    Annapurna Base Camp Trek: This trek takes you to the base camp of Mount Annapurna, the tenth-highest mountain in the world. It's a moderate trek that offers breathtaking views of the Annapurna range.

    Helicopter Tour of Everest: If you don't have time for a trek, you can take a helicopter tour of Mount Everest. This offers stunning views of the Himalayas and is a great way to experience the mountains.

    Bungee Jumping: Nepal is home to the world's second-highest bungee jump, which is located near the Tibetan border. This is an adventurous activity that will give you an adrenaline rush.

    White Water Rafting: Nepal has some of the best white water rafting rivers in the world, such as the Trishuli, Bhote Koshi, and Seti. This is a fun activity that is suitable for families.

    Jungle Safari in Bardia or Suklaphanta National Park: Nepal has several national parks where you can go on a jungle safari to see wild animals such as tigers, rhinoceroses, and elephants.

    Checklists for Family Tour in Nepal

    Here are some checklists to help you prepare for your Family Tour in Nepal:

    Travel Documents

    • Valid passport and visa
    • Flight tickets
    • Travel insurance policy and emergency contact details
    • Health and vaccination records

    Clothing and Gear

    • Comfortable walking shoes or boots
    • Lightweight clothing and layers for varying temperatures
    • Warm jacket, hat, and gloves for cold weather
    • Rain gear or waterproof jacket
    • Sunscreen, hat, and sunglasses
    • Insect repellent
    • Daypack or backpack for carrying essentials during tours and treks
    • Trekking poles and other gear for high-altitude treks
    • Sleeping bag and camping gear for trekking or camping trips

    Technology and Communication

    • Smartphone and charger
    • Camera and extra batteries or memory cards
    • Adapter and converter for electrical outlets
    • Portable power bank for charging devices
    • SIM card and data plan for internet and communication

    Medications and First Aid

    • Prescribed medications and copies of prescriptions
    • Basic first aid kit with bandages, antiseptic, pain relievers, and other essentials
    • Altitude sickness medication for high-altitude regions


    • Cash and credit/debit cards
    • Tipping money for guides and porters
    • Water bottle and hydration system
    • Snacks and energy bars for hiking and trekking
    • Maps and guidebooks for navigation and information

    Altitude Variation on Family Tour in Nepal

    Nepal is a country with diverse topography, and altitude variation is a common factor that travelers need to consider during their Family Tour. Here are some altitude variations that you may encounter during your trip:

    Kathmandu: The capital city of Nepal is located in the Kathmandu Valley, which has an altitude of around 1,400 meters (4,600 feet) above sea level.

    Nagarkot: This hill station is located at an altitude of 2,175 meters (7,136 feet) above sea level, and it's a popular destination for watching sunrise and sunset over the Himalayas.

    Chitwan: This lowland region is located at an altitude of around 150 meters (490 feet) above sea level and is known for its tropical forests and wildlife.

    Pokhara: This popular tourist destination is located at an altitude of around 827 meters (2,713 feet) above sea level, and it's known for its stunning mountain views and lakes.

    A Typical Day on a Family Tour in Nepal

    A typical day on a Family Tour in Nepal varies depending on the specific day's activities and destination. However, here's a general outline of what a day might look like during the tour:

    Morning: The day usually begins with an early morning wake-up call, followed by breakfast at the hotel. Breakfast typically includes a variety of options, such as eggs, toast, fruits, and tea or coffee.

    Sightseeing or Activities: After breakfast, the family will embark on the day's planned sightseeing or activities. This may include visiting cultural or historical sites, exploring natural attractions, or participating in adventure activities. A knowledgeable local guide will accompany the family, providing insights and information about the various attractions and ensuring a smooth and enjoyable experience.

    Lunch: Around midday, the family will take a break for lunch at a local restaurant or café. This is an opportunity to try local Nepali cuisine or other international dishes, depending on individual preferences.

    Afternoon Activities or Exploration: Following lunch, the family may continue with their sightseeing or activities, or they might have some free time to explore the area at their own pace. This could involve visiting local markets, engaging in leisurely activities, or simply relaxing at the hotel.

    Evening: As the day winds down, the family will return to their accommodation to freshen up and rest. Dinner can be enjoyed at the hotel or a local restaurant, offering another opportunity to sample delicious local or international cuisine.

    Nighttime: After dinner, families might choose to take a leisurely stroll, attend a cultural performance, or simply relax at their accommodation, reflecting on the day's experiences and preparing for the following day's adventures.

    A typical day on a Family Tour in Nepal is a blend of exploration, adventure, relaxation, and cultural immersion, providing a well-rounded and fulfilling travel experience for the whole family.


    Tipping is not a common practice in Nepal, but it has become more common in the tourism industry. Here are some general guidelines for tipping during your Family Tour in Nepal:

    Restaurants: Tipping is not expected in restaurants, but rounding up the bill or leaving a small amount as a gesture of appreciation is appreciated.

    Hotels: It's customary to tip hotel staff, such as housekeeping and bellhops, a small number of Nepalese Rupees as a token of appreciation.

    Trekking Guides and Porters: Tipping trekking guides and porters are common practice in Nepal, and it's a way to show appreciation for their hard work. A recommended guideline is to tip the guide 10-15% of the total trekking cost and the porter 5-10% of the total cost.

    Drivers: If you hire a private driver, tipping is not expected but appreciated. You can round up the fare or give a small amount as a gesture of appreciation.

    Other Services: If you receive any other services during your Family Tour, such as a massage or a haircut, you can tip a small amount if you feel satisfied with the service.

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