Nepal in Nepal

Nepal tour is our common package that is suitable for everyone. You will visit the heart of Kathmandu city with full of heritage sites and Pokhara, which is one of the most popular destinations for tourist in Nepal

Nepal Pilgrimage Tour

Kathmandu valley is known for its culture and the UNESCO would heritage sites combined with mixed tradition and spiritual practices in the region with diverse people living in the area.

Divinity of Nepal with Buddha

This tour offer beautiful Lumbini pilgrimage sites, Lumbini Garden, birth place of Gautam Buddha, Mayadevi Temple, Ashoka Pillar, several Buddhist monasteries, eternal lamp and beautiful landscape.

Kailash Mansarovar Yatra

The Kailash Mansarovar Yatra is one of the holiest pilgrimages for the Hindus, Buddhists, Jains and Bon.

Muktinath Yatra Package

Muktinath is a sacred place for both Hindus and Buddhists located in Muktinath Vale

Friday, 15 December 2017

Kailash Mansarovar Yatra 2018



Highlights of Nepal
        
Total 53 km Kailash Parikrama / Kora/round, 38 km must be walk/trek from Yamdwar to Chongdo. There is no any car/bus and jeep service available. So, everybody should walk or ride horse. It is also possible to hire pony and local porter for 3 days.

Age limit for enrolling Kailash tour is not restricted for the Nepal route for Indian passport holder. 12-60 year old people can only do Kora and 61-65 year old people can travel only up to Yamdwar.  Although you don’t need any heath certificate from doctor but you need to be physically fit for Kailash Mansarovar Tour?




















Your passport must have at least 6 months or more validation from travel date.

Though popular as Shiva’s abode, we cannot see any temple of Lord Shiva but at Khojarnath there is the temple of Lord Ram, Sita & Laxman in Khojarnath. You can see Rashes Lake one the way.
Hor - Chiu Gompa (Nearby Manasarovar Lake)- Darchen - Yamadwar - Darchen – Hor. Eco vehicle blue bus must be used compulsorily for travelling which can get from Nagri Tourism of Bureau in Darchen.

We provide Pressure checking machine, Oxygen level checking machine, enough oxygen bottle, Mask-regulator, Altitude Gamo bag (Lifesaving chamber bag) & Medicine Dimox (Latitude medicine) for safe journey.

Guests will be escorted to UNESCO heritage site for sightseeing.

From Kathmandu, they take flight to Gonggar airport of Lhasa enjoying spectacular Mountain views.

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In Tibet, they will be taken to visit world’s famous monasteries and Potala Palace.
Historical cities of Tibet like Lhasa, Shigatse, and Saga will be explored by our guests.
Driving via fine roadways we reach to Darchen from Lhasa.

Dolma La /Dorma La 3636m is the highest pass throughout our Kailash Yatra.
Exploring the sacred Mansarovar Lake, we round its 102 km periphery via blue bus.

On the very first day, all Kailash Yatris will be taken to Arati Darshan in Pasupatinath temple with well known holy guide who can satisfy our pilgrims in both English and Hindi language about temple.








Packing list for Kailash Yatra 
- Small back pack for 3 days Mt. Kailash Parikrama
- Enough warm clothing for Mt. Kailash Yatra / tour
- Basic medicines (for minor injuries / life saving kits)
- Any regular medicines that you have been prescribed
- Toiletries kit (shop, Shampoo, Toothpaste, tooth brush)
- Water bottle /Thermos flask for hot water (2litters bottle)
- Sport shoes better for walking 3 days Kailash Parikrama
- Gloves, Woollen socks (minimum 4 pairs), hand clove
- Wool / Thermo cot undergarments, wind proof jacket
- Comfortable shirt and pants for doing Kora
- Sunglasses, Sun lotion/cold cream, Torch light, rain coat
- Umbrella, walking stick, Sandal for use evening & morning
- Sweets, Zinger / garlic candies or dry fruits, lozenges, etc
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Tuesday, 12 December 2017

Adventure and Classic Treks in the Himalayas Nepal

TREKKING PACKAGES AND EXPEDITIONS ACROSS NEPAL

For the trekkers, the opportunity to trek in the Himalaya, the world’s greatest mountain range is a definite tick on their “cart list” – and rightfully so!

Blessed Nepal - there are a range of Himalayan treks in Nepal, home to 8 of the 8000m peaks that suit everyone from young families, and first time hikers to experienced trekkers aiming to delve beyond the beaten track. There are diverse cultural adventures, a classic trek or a challenging high altitude expedition, Nepal is the exotic destination for anyone looking for a unique, memorizing vacation of a lifetime!

Group in the Nepalese Himalayas



CLASSIC HIKES VS. ADVENTURE TREKS

We have segmented our Nepal treks into 2 different categories – Adventure Treks and Classic Treks. This has no connotation what, our treks will showcase the stunning mountain scenery that is synonymous with this area and strongly rooted in the culture of the Himalaya. Hence considering the difference:

NTP Adventure Treks Take You Away to the beaten path and with an added flavour of little more adventurous. These treks are planned in a way; you are into the untamed Himalayan wilderness, far away from the crowds. Here you stay at locally managed tea houses and experience cultures relatively unchanged over hundreds of years. Regions we venture through may have been recently opened to trekkers or a new take on a classic route – like our Annapurna Circuit Hike & Bike or on foot. These beautiful and cultural exotic treks have no comparison. We could even garnish them with some adventure sports like paragliding, bungy jumping, zip line or Himalayan /Everest flight.

WE Get close to the 8th highest peak during our Manaslu Circuit Trek, Uncover the holy lakes of Gosaikunda on our Langtang Valley trek or consume yak butter tea with Sherpa’s on our Gokyo Valley Trek.

Our Classic Treks has remarkable set of the finest, tried and true treks that epitomize what trekking in the Himalaya is all about. Experience its unfazed vistas, sprawling valleys, ancient / classic villages and enjoy the pure beauty and splendor of the mountains. Trekking to Everest Base camp and the Annapurna Circuit are location favorites. You’ll feel like touched the Himalayas with top of the world feeling which has no words.




















Pass by the valleys and historical rhododendron forest on our Poon Hill Trek or be merged in 7000m and 8000m peaks on a trip to Annapurna Base camp!



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Saturday, 7 October 2017

Deepawali, Tihar Festival Tour



“The Deepawali or Dewali or Tihar festival is second great festival of Nepal and basically the Tihar Festival is celebrated for 5 days and there are many stories behind of the festival and one of the famous stories is related to Yama (God of death) and his sister Yamuna.”

These brother and sister of Yama and Yamuna used to stay in different places and Yamuna wanted to see her brother Yama and sent Kag (crow), Kukur (dog) and Gai (cow) to call him but he did not come to see his sister Yamuna and in the last Yamuna herself went to see him and worshipped her brother  (Yama) with five colored Tika and garland of Makhamali flower with making circle of mustard oil and asked him to stay her until the Oil, garland get dry cause the Mustard oil and the flower of Makhamali never get dry, which mean she wants her brother always to be with her son, now, every Nepali sisters do the same with their brothers. So, the Crow, Dog and Cow are also worshiped in this festival.
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A part from Lights, celebrations, and Tika Many Nepali young girls and boys pay Deusi and Bhailo in Deepawali Festival in Nepal which is old form of dancing and singing in which they travel from home to home in neighbors and this is called Deusi and Bhailo Khelne program. The household make elaborate plate with food and money to offers to Deusire and Bhailire and they offer blessing to the households for wealth, happiness, long life and well-being and basically, the group of men called Deusire and group of women called Bhailire but there days, it is common to see men and women in single group and pay together and basically, they play it for fund raising propose for some social work for the community these days as well.
As  Nepal is not only the popular for the mountain trekking but also for feast and festival as Nepal is country of the festival and it is great for outsider to observe the festival and to take part in this festival and we at Outfitter Nepal has designed a tour program in the Tihar festival time that offers great opportunities to learn and experience the Nepali culture and celebrations and we have included the visit of the some of the historical places of Kathmandu and visit the another great beautiful city Pokhara.
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 As the Deepawali or Tihar festival takes place in the time of Autumn - October and November and these months are considered to be the best time for the trek in Nepal so, if you are planning to do any trek in Nepal including Annapurna Base camp or Everest Base Camp or any other tours in Nepal, we can arrange the any trek or tour in Nepal with celebration of Tihar festival.

Deepawali Tihar Festival Tour Highlights

·  Observe and take part in the Great festival of Deepawali.
·  Visit UNESCO World Heritage sites in Kathmandu.
·  Scenic drive to Pokhara and return.
·  Visit Phewa Lake and sunrise from Sarangkot.
·  Option to take paragliding in Pokhara.
·  Option to take Everest Mountain flight in Kathmandu.

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