The Indigenous Trail Home-stay trek is a low altitude trek that provides unique opportunity for trekkers to explore multi-culture of indigenous community, to integrate with villages, to interact with local people enjoying great hospitality in home-stay.
Situated at the low elevation below 3,126m, it offers breathtaking panoramic view of the Himalayas stretching from Dhaulagiri and Annapurna ranges in the west of Numbur Chuli (6959m) and Kanchenjunga (8586m) to the East. The friendly, generous and attentive hospitality of host community is the man highlight of this trek where staying overnight in private homes of locals as a member of their family are enough to delight you and make you promise to return. This trek contributes the trekkers a glimpse of remarkable culture and lifestyle of various ethnic groups namely Tamang, Newari, Sherpa, Hyolmo and Majhi. Above all, you will get to experience the mythical side of Nepal as we encounter both Hindu and Buddhist practices with their own deities, monastery, temples and stupas. Basically, this trek empower you discover the real Nepal unlike other tourist attractions. We believe lodging with locals really helps to exchange culture and to understand their livelihood while the money you spend will contribute the families to educate their children, to sustain their lives as well as to rebuild houses from 2015 earthquake.
Day 01Arrive in Kathmandu and transfer to hotel, welcome dinner.
Day 02Half day sightseeing, preparation day, overnight hotel.
Day 03Drive from Kathmandu to Nepalthok (4 hours) and short trek to Lubughat (533m), overnight home-stay.
Day 04Trek to Dongme (1982m) 4 hours, overnight Home-stay.
Day 05Trek to Doramba (2054m) 4.30 hours, overnight home-stay.
Day 06Trek to Daduwa (2210m) 2.30 hours and half day rest at Daduwa, overnight Monastery home-stay.
Day 07Trek to Khola Kharka (2948m) via Rajveer 3 hours, overnight home-stay.
Day 08Acclimatization day in Khola Kharka, overnight home-stay.
Day 09Trek to Maga Deurali via Sailung (3146m) 4-5 hours, overnight hotel.
Day 10Drive back to Kathmandu (1400m) 5-6 hours.
Day 11International departure / onward travel.
Price: USD 600This trek will take you on a journey of discovery. Each location in your itinerary has been deliberately selected to offer you superb mountain views.
Price: USD 900Highlights of this compact trip include a breathtaking sunrise from Poon Hill, walking in the shadows of giant peaks such as Annapurna (8109m), Dhaulagiri (8176m) and Machhapuchhare (Fish tail) peak…
Price: USD 1100Highlights of this trip include the Mt. Dhaulagiri icefall at Kalopani, visiting Muktinath Monastery, one of the most important pilgrimage sites for Hindu Vaishnavas and Tibetan Buddhists.
Price: USD 1100The Pikey Peak Trek is a well-known for its amazing sunrises and sunsets featuring the outlines of the most spectacular towering mountain giants.
Price: USD 1150This itinerary is perfect for people who have short time constraints, a love for the mountains and want all of this in a relatively easier package (below 4000m) than hiking over high passes to Everest Base Camp or Gokyo Lakes.
Price: USD 1050This trek is both remote and compact, passing through isolated Gurung villages, beautiful rhododendron forests and rarely-trekked high alpine pastures.
Price: USD 1100 Trekking in Annapurna region will give you a feast of high mountains such as Dhaulagiri (8167m), Annapurna 1 (8051m), Annapurna South (7219m) and the holy Machhapuchhare (Fish Tail) Peak.
Price: USD 800This trek offers you the chance to investigate the rich culture and hospitality of the Tamang including the lifestyles, architecture of their mountain homes and ancient monasteries along the way.
Price: USD 1200Highlights of this truly unforgettable paradise include the Langtang Valley which is enclosed by snow-capped mountains and features relatively untouched Tamang culture and of course the high altitude sacred lake of Gosainkunda (4300m) in the South- West of the national park.