Family Tour in Nepal

  • Last Updated on Oct 3, 2022

When you schedule a tour, you are not simply taking a vacation; you are seeking an experience and a lifetime of memories. Then why not make them with the people you care about the most, the ones for whom you live and would go to any length. If your family comes to mind after reading that, you're quite fortunate to have them, and it's about time you left town with them.

Given the pandemic scenario, when all of you were crammed into a home with little opportunity to create unique stories, now is your moment to take action and go on a voyage you will not want to miss, a journey full of magnetic allure that is a must for once in a lifetime. The adventure begins with an excellent experience, one of the most gratifying excursions you can have with your family. Going on a family tour is like bringing a piece of your home with you. From the start of a journey to the end, travelling with family is a once-in-a-lifetime experience that will be with you for the rest of your life.

 

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Sukute Beach Nepal
Sukute Beach Nepal

There are just too many reasons to visit Nepal with your family, from having 8 of the world's highest peaks to being the birthplace of Gautam Buddha, having over 80 ethnic groups and 123 languages, and having the world's tallest Kajin Sara Lake (5,020 m above sea level). The rich culture, history, nature, cuisine, people, and even something as little as shopping are all experiences in and of themselves here. Your family tour to Nepal will become memories that you will remember for years to come as you go through the family album together.

Why should Nepal be Your Next Family Tour/Trek Destination?

Since you are looking forward to your upcoming family tour and you want to make sure the younger members of your family have a good time, then do not worry, Nepal has something for everyone, from toddlers to school-age children and teenagers. Everyone can discover an unlimited number of activities to enjoy here. Visiting Nepal with kids can be a fantastic experience for both you and your young visitors, who will likely find the history and culture as fascinating as you do.

Nepal has several amazing well-known tourist sites such as Kathmandu, Pokhara, Lumbini, Chitwan National Park, and the most famed Everest Base Camp Trek. However, these are not sufficient enough. Let's have a look at some of the other reasons why you should visit the only country with a triangular flag.

The never-ending list

Nepal is a must-see for everyone looking for a unique experience, from trekking magnificent mountains to visiting religious and historical sites and even national parks and enticing lakes. Don't feel like visiting a national park? Not to worry. You're in for a breathtaking sunset and morning vista. You'll never be stuck for choices here. Depending on your mood, you can always try one or the other.

 

Mountain View Nepal
Mountain View Nepal

Discover the Nepalese and their rich cultural heritage

Nepal's history, religion, and cultural customs are intriguing, especially for foreigners who are unfamiliar with them. You can learn about and engage in numerous ceremonies thought to cleanse the body and soul and offer good fortune, healing, or other blessings at many of the temples or shrines.

When travelling to Nepal with kids, learning becomes experiential. The lessons they acquire will most likely pique their curiosity about various cultures and ways of living. Nepal's rich cultural legacy will undoubtedly be enjoyable for you in a variety of ways. You will be smitten with the culture and customs.

Safety

Nepal is one of the safest nations in the world, in addition to being highly welcoming. While it is always a good idea to be aware of your surroundings, Nepal is a very safe destination to visit with kids. Nepalese are well-known for their hospitality to tourists and visitors, as well as their love of peace. As a result, even crime rates are low here.

Nepal has Something for everyone

Don't worry if everyone in your family has various ways of having fun on a tour. There are countless options for having fun in Nepal.

For the family's adventurers

If you're searching for some excitement, try yoga & meditation, rafting, bungee jumping, hiking, kayaking, mountain biking, zip-lining, paragliding, skydiving, hand gliding, canyoning, rock climbing, and so on.

For persons who are calm and composed

Make this family tour in Nepal more relaxing and tranquil by visiting religious locations that might relax you. If you want to worship and meditate, you should go to Pashupatinath Temple, Boudhanath Stupa, Manakamana Temple, Janaki Temple, Khawalung Monastery, and Gautam Buddha's birthplace, Lumbini.

For all the sightseers

This country's splendour is indescribable. There is nothing you would regret if you went. Explore tea gardens, national parks, Kathmandu Durbar Square, Bhaktapur, sunrise at Nagarkot, Khumbu Valley, Siddha Gufa (cave), Garden of Dreams (a royal garden), and Bandipur, a picturesque Newari town. You can also visit Khadga Devi Temple, Meditation Cave, Unnamed Monastery, Tindhara, Tundikhel, and other attractions in this town.

 

Bouddha Stupa Kathmandu
Bouddha Stupa Kathmandu

 

For the children

Because of the variety of activities offered, this will be a kid-friendly tour in Nepal. Wildlife safaris in Chitwan National Park, boating on Phewa Lake, cable car rides in the Chandragiri Hills, Mount Everest helicopter tours, hot air balloon rides, the International Mountain Museum, and many more activities are available making this tour extremely kid-friendly.

Wildlife Sfari
Wlidlife Safari Chitwan

 

Local food

After everyone has had their fill of activities, it is finally time to enjoy some nice dinner together. What could be better than eating diverse Nepali dishes, which is a must-do in Nepal? Momo, Nepal's most well-known dish, is available in both vegetarian and nonvegetarian varieties and is accessible across the country. Barra, Sel Roti, Gundruk, Yomari, Thakali, Tongba, Thukpa, Chatpate, and other popular Nepali dishes should be explored.

 

 

local nepali food
Local Nepali Food

 

Bring some bits home

The only thing left to do is go shopping. You would want to bring something from Nepal back to your house as a souvenir. Some popular Nepalese souvenirs include Pashmina Shawls, incense sticks, Kukri, singing bowls, herbal goods and tea, Thangka paintings, Rice Paper products, Tibetan prayer flags, glass pipes, Nepalese jewellery, and so on. You can visit Asan Market, Boudha Stupa Market, or Thamel Market for your shopping.

 

Why go on a family tour?

While travel allows families to strengthen their bonds, children benefit from new experiences, and adults get a deeper awareness of their surroundings. Hiking across the mountains and visiting lush woodlands promotes an active lifestyle and appreciation for nature. More reasons why a family trip is genuinely life-changing are as follows:

Create a stronger bond

From picking on a place that has something for everyone in the family, such as our hand-picked 8 Nights 9 Days Kathmandu Around Tour, to preparing numerous activities that can be done together, collaboration and interaction are required. These preparations and certain proximity and closeness with one another can be continued. Not to mention the activities you'll participate in throughout the tour, which is a great way to share a deep relationship.

Someone to Speak With

When on a family tour, you don't have to worry about some stranger striking up a conversation with you, or about someone sharing that amazing sensation you're having while enjoying the sunrise from the mountain top. You will be accompanied by your family in your endeavour. There is no way you would feel homesick since you brought your house with you on this journey.

Engaging in Group Activities

Hiking, camping, and catching a mesmerising sunrise are all best done with your close ones. Your family tour in Nepal would be a priceless present that they would remember for the rest of their lives. So gift your loved one's memories rather than possessions.

Beneficial for Children

Travel teaches children the value of living in the present moment and embracing experiences above possessions. Not only that, but a new study reveals that it increases cultural awareness and academic performance. Travel stimulates them and provides them with new ideas and views that they may apply throughout their lives.

Hand-picked Package for You and Your Family in 2022 & 2023

We recommend spending at least one day at each destination on this family-friendly tour in Nepal, seeing Mulkharka, Chisapani, Nagarkot, Dhulikhel, Namo Buddha, and Banepa. You'll walk through beautiful hills, experience vistas of snow-capped mountains, and learn about the local culture, traditions, and way of life. Hiking will also take you through rich forests of oak, pine, and rhododendron.

To guarantee that you get all of this in one package, we advise our 8 Nights 9 Days Kathmandu Around Tour, which includes both trekking and sightseeing.

Once you begin your journey in Kathmandu, you climb chasing the clouds above the cliffs till you reach Mulkharka after passing through several little villages.The next day, you will depart for Chisapani, travelling through the lovely Shivapuri National Park and descending into the luscious forests.

Following that, you will head to Nagarkot, a captivating hill station that is also the second-highest hill station in Kathmandu (2,195 m above sea level) and gives a beautiful view of the mountains and sunsets.

To get to the next destination, Dhulikhel, a little village with a more than 500-year history, you must hike and escape to a route where birds serenade and the azure sky mesmerises. There will be carved wooden windows, bare-brick dwellings, pagoda temples, sloping roofs, and sculptures to admire.

The route then ascends to the Kali Mandir before descending to Kavre. After travelling through a beautiful pine forest and passing past Phulbari, you will arrive at Namo Buddha, a Buddhist holy site.

Banepa, your final destination, is a lovely town famed for its stunning pagoda architecture, monuments, temples, and shrines. When returning from Banepa, you visit Bhaktapur Durbar Square and Patan Durbar Square.

In Kathmandu, you go on a guided sightseeing of many monuments, including Pashupatinath Temple, Boudhanath Stupa, Monkey Temple, and Kathmandu Durbar Square. All these ancient palaces, courtyards, temples, and museums will give you a deep insight into Nepalese culture and tradition.

This family tour package is ideal to do with kids and elderlies. You don't have to worry about your children because the hike is easy and gives great mountain vistas. If you're concerned about your accommodation, meals, and transportation, go here to learn more about this family tour in Nepal and read the detailed itinerary. We wish you a safe journey and a relaxing arrival!

Likewise, our 7 Days Yoga Retreat and Kathmandu Tour , is another great family tour package available with us.

Each place in the city of Kathmandu is beautiful and spectacular in its own right. A 2-3 day journey to Kathmandu, which is so rich in culture and tradition, with 7 UNESCO World Heritage sites, is never going to be enough, especially if travelling with kids.

It's like going to an amusement park where your kids don't want to miss a single ride, but guess what? You don't either. Give yourself a few additional days if feasible. We have included a comprehensive 8 Nights 9 Days Kathmandu Around Tour to assist you in planning your vacation to this magnificent peaceful nation.

Santosh Neupane

Santosh Neupane

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