Kathmandu Valley trekking is perfect for families, couples, groups and individuals who do not have a great amount of time to go on the more extensive treks but would still like to enjoy a nice holiday walking though the amazing Nepali landscape. A short trip from the hustle and bustle of Kathmandu will take you into great terraced hillsides with the riches shades of green conceivable, intermingled with traditional villages and a very slow paced way of life. The jungles creep along the landscape populated by indigenous tribes and masses of wildlife. The sprawled out communities are brought together by the many temples dotted throughout, providing a central focus for daily life and spirituality. The many rivers sweep us along their beautiful laughing brooks and raging waters, giving us all the joy of nature as we walk through the land. People here will greet us with smiles and warm tea and no shortage of hospitality. If you want a relatively short, cultural trek that is not too physical onerous, then Kathmandu Valley is a winner; as one of the most abundant valleys in all of Nepal there is everything and more contained within, while the greatest heights in the world provide a perfect backdrop upon the in the distance horizon.
Day 1 :Arrive in Kathmandu and transfer to hotel/welcome Dinner (1,300)
Day 2 :Kathmandu: Sightseeing and Trip preparation.
Day 3 :Drive to Sundarijal and trek to Chisapani (2,200m) - 4 to 5 hours walking
Day 4 :Trek to Nagarkot (2156m) -6 to 7 hours walking
Day 5 :Trek to Nala-Dhulikhel (1440m) 6-7 Hours walking
Day 6 :Trek to Panauti and Drive back to Kathmandu.4- 5 hours walking farewell Dinner
Day 7 :Transfer to airport for your onward flight home Land