This tour is designed in a way taking the principles of Responsible Tourism, so that there is minimal negative environmental impact, and the tour supports mostly as local products so that tourism has a lasting positive impact on the area’s nature, culture and the economy. We believe that this is the only way a traveler can experience the richness of Nepal’s culture and nature in its original flair.

Day 1:

Arrival and unpack.

Short evening walk into the village with some spectacular sunset views with the majestic peaks on the horizon.

Day 2:

Morning Sunrise:

Perched on the top of Gurungche Hill, the climb up takes you Thani Mai temple that offers you a spectacular sunrise views. Clear mornings means a 360-degree view in the country, with Himalayan range stretching along the horizon. Thick clouds beneath the mountain range makes you feel like you are above the clouds. The trail starts near the school at the southwest end of the bazaar, and is a steep 30-minute walk.

Hike to Ramkot

To the west of Bandipur, it is a fairly easy walk to Ramkot. Magar community inhabits this village, where you will see typical round houses which is quite a rare site now. Ramkot is still untouched by development and this is a perfect trail to experience the daily lives of the Magar community whilst enjoying a scenic route. From here, one can go on to Chabdi Barahi, which can be reached after two hours of easy hiking.

Evening to enjoy the life on the streets

The main Bazaar where you will be staying is bustling with life in the evening. You can simply sit and enjoy the activities occurring in the streets, as it is full of life with kids running around and elderly generation just going about their daily chores.

Day 3:

Morning Sunrise (Tudikhel):

This is a manmade plateau, where in the past traders would meet in order to bargain for goods that were brought from India and Tibet. It is an open space now for stunning views of the Himalayas. You can in this day gather to watch the panaroma of the majestic peaks of Dhaulagiri (8167m), Machhapuchhare (6997m), Langtang Lirung (7246m), Manaslu (8162m) and Ganesh Himal (7406m).

Hike to Siddha Cave:

The cave, which was discovered in 1987, makes for a popular half day trip. It is said to be one of the largest cave in South Asia. The cave is full of amazing sculpture-esque beauty made with stalactites and stalagmites. It is also home to bats, making it equally interesting. This cave is also called as “Patalidwar-Gateway to Heaven” and it is believed that anyone entering the cave will have all their sins washed away. A religious ceremony is held in the month of April in the cave.

Evening to enjoy the life on the streets

Unravel and just relax your last evening in Bandipur

Day 4:

Breakfast with a view and Departure