Nepal Hiking & Yoga

      Kathmandu 44600, Nepal

      14 reviews
      Nov 12 - 22, 2022
      Group size: 8 - 12
      Nepal Hiking & Yoga
      Kathmandu 44600, Nepal

      14 reviews

      Nov 12 - 22, 2022
      Group size: 8 - 12

      About this trip

      Nepal Hiking & Yoga

      Journey to the rhythms within

      Journey home to the self on this 11 day/10 night all-inclusive wellness retreat to Nepal! Enjoy hiking excursions, yoga, and an amazing guide to take us around to awe-inspiring vistas! You will get the chance to enjoy the tastes, sounds and sights of this incredible country during this one in a lifetime adventure.

      General Info


      We will consume a variety of local foods. Meals are provided every day, but you are free to go elsewhere if you wish at any point during the retreat. We want to make sure you have enough free time to spend it how you wish. No pressure to be with the group the whole time. Some alcoholic drinks are provided on this tour; however, you are responsible for paying for any additional beverages not included.

      Passport and Visa

      International travel requires your passport to be valid at least six months beyond the dates of your trip. In addition, please check with the appropriate consulate or embassy for the latest visa requirements. Nepal requires an entry visa fee that you can obtain on arrival and it costs 30 USD per person for 15 days multiple entry visa.

      Prior to your departure

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      Your Yoga Instructor & Guide

      We will be using a local yoga instructor for our yoga practice during this retreat. A yoga mat and space will be provided. Yoga will take place at the following times and in the following locations:


      Yoga at Kathmandu:

      13th and 21st November at Hyatt hotel at 6.30am to 8am

      Yoga at Pokhara and Mountain:

      15th November at Pokhara Grande Hotel: 6.30am to 8am

      16th November at Australian Camp : 6.30am to 8am

      17th November at Pokhara Grande Hotel: 5.30pm to 7pm

      Additional Information

      Please note that you will need to be vaccinated or show a negative COVID test. Please see requirements here:
      Guidelines – Travelling to Nepal during COVID 19

      The following arrangements have been made for traveling to Nepal, in reference to the COVID-19 pandemic. Visa-on-arrival Visa-on-arrival has been resumed as usual, i.e., as it was before the pandemic, which means that holders of passports of those countries that are eligible for visa-on-arrival will be able to avail that facility. If your country is listed for the requirement

      A couple tips for traveling to Nepal:
      Bring portable charger for phone
      Bring converter
      Bring a passport photo with you for your visa on arrival
      Make sure to take out money for small things you may wish to purchase as credit cards will not always be widely accepted.
      Use the XE app for money conversion
      Use up all your local currency before leaving the country
      Make sure you have purchased travel insurance
      Please make sure your passport has 6 months validity from time of arrival back to US.

      Do not give money to beggars that you see on the streets. Even though they look pitiful, your giving away of money encourages them only to beg for more. If you really care support one of many charity organizations working in Nepal.

      Be sure to exchange back all the Nepalese currencies before you leave. They are not accepted (or even exchanged for that matter) outside of Nepal . Besides, taking currency out of the country is against the law.

      Do not touch someone’s head or sit showing the bottom of your feet towards them. It is considered rude.

      Do not assume that “ganja” (marijuana) is legal in Nepal . It is not. Even though it is a common weed on hillsides you can get in trouble for picking it and carrying it for consumption purpose. 

      Do not assume that when a Nepali says “yes” or shakes the head in affirmation that it is a done deal or they agree with you. Re-confirm using simplest of words but being as direct as possible to make sure.

      Stay away from dance bars in KTM and PKR. These are tourist traps where they scam you on buying alcohol and food at much inflated prices. Some of these places have a history of intimidation and violence.

      All nightlife pretty much ends by 10 pm with only a few places around the Thamel area that may stay open a little later.

      Bring a universal plug and voltage adapter kit for your Electronics. Nepal uses 220V.

      Keep in mind that there may be an entrance fee to some of the common temples and public areas applicable only to foreigners ranging anywhere from 250R's - 700R's.

      Always have some tissue paper and hand sanitizer with you at all times – and note that some of the toilets may require squatting.

      Insist for a Running Meter in the Taxi. After 10 PM you do pay double of the meter fare however – that’s the commonly accepted norm.

      Avoid displaying food around monkeys around temples, as they are used to snatching it.

      Support the NON-Plastic Initiative, please limit your use of plastic items, and help make Nepal a better place.

      Currency: Nepalese Rupee

      Electricity Socket: 220v/50Hz electricity. Power outlets are compatible with European plugs (three round prong). Be sure to pack a universal travel adaptor so you can still use all your electronic gadgets.

      Language: With over 120 different variations, Nepali is the main language in Nepal however, in main cities, English is also widely spoken.

      As the tourism and trekking industry in Nepal is thriving, English is widely spoken (or at least understood) by most people that you encounter during your trek. From personal experience, while there are still a few sherpas who didn’t speak English, most of them could understand more than they could speak.

      What’s included

      • All Accommodations
        11 days/ 10 nights in superior rated accommodations
      • Healthy Meals & Snacks
        All meals are included
      • Pick Up & Drop Off
        Airport or local hotel pick up and drop off
      • Retreat Gift
      • Transportation
        Support and transportation throughout the retreat
      • Safari
        Chitwan National Park Safari Activites
      • Intercountry flights
        All flights once you arrive in Nepal
      • Yoga
        Yoga classes as stated on the itinerary
      • Airfare
        Airfare to and from Kathmandu, Nepal
      • Additional Items
        Souvenirs, drinks and snacks purchased throughout the retreat
      • Gratuity
        Gratuity of a personal nature i.e Bellmen, spa services, etc.
      • Insurance
        Travel insurance/medical insurance (Required)
      • Visa
        Visa upon arrival at the airport
      • COVID-19
        Any related tests or documentation required for entry ( if applicable )

      Available Packages

      Double Occupancy
      4 left

      Double occupancy includes a private bedroom and private bathroom for 2 people.

      Deposit: $500
      Single Occupancy
      4 left

      Single occupancy includes a private bedroom and private bathroom for one person.

      Deposit: $500


      DAY 1

      DAY 1


      Arrive at Kathmandu; you will be picked up from the airport and brought to the Hyatt Regency Kathmandu Hotel. 

      6:00 PM - Welcome orientation in the hotel lobby area.

      7:00 PM - Group Dinner at the Hotel.

      Overnight stay at the Hyatt Regency Kathmandu.

      Your Organizer

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