Nepal for Singles and Solo Travelers

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    This trekking and cultural trip is specifically designed for singles and solo travelers who would like to discover in a group the magical mountain range of Nepal and its fascinating culture. The tour starts in the bustling capital Kathmandu, where we will visit the most beautiful and interesting monasteries, temples and palaces in the city. After an exciting flight to Pokhara, we start our 6-day hike in the vegetation-rich Annapurna region. In a recently opened hiking area we are guided by terraced fields, traditional mountain villages with friendly locals, beautiful rhododendrons of primeval forests to the foot of the ice giants.
    The mountain views at Mardi-Himal view point at 4,200 m to Machhapuchare (also known as Fishtail), Annapurna South, Hianchuli and other mountain ranges will take your breath away and inspire you with the magic of the Himalayas.

    After a day of relaxation in Pokhara we drive to the south of the country, to the subtropical Chitwan National Park. Here a fascinating animal and plant world awaits us with elephant rides, bird watching and other activities.
    As a crowning glory, we visit the royal city of Bhaktapur and finish the journey with beautiful impressions in our luggage.

    For the trekking part of the trip a certain degree of fitness should be available.

    Tour Details

    Duration: 14 days
    Holiday Type: Lodge and Hotel Accommodation
    Best trekking Period: Oct/Nov/Dec/Mar/Apr/May
    Trek Grade: Moderate
    Max Altitude: View Point at 4.200 m
    Group Size: Min 2 persons (all the tour dates are guaranteed with a minimum group size of only two persons)
    Tour Guide: English speaking, trained Nepalese mountain and city guide
    Costs: € 1.790 per person in single room
    For lodge overnight stays during the trek, especially during the high season, single accommodation is not available.
    Difficulty Level:
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    Fitness Level:
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    Trekking Map


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