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Kathmandu, Pokhara, Ghandruk, Tadapani, Ghorepani, Poonhill, Ulleri, Bandipur, Chitwan, and more!

13 Days From/To Kathmandu, Nepal

October 09 – 21, 2024


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Nepal gay adventure tourNepal, with its mountains and monasteries, offers a unique blend of natural beauty and cultural richness. With the stunning Himalayan range to the north, rivers coursing through hills and plains, verdant paddy fields, and charming villages scattered throughout, Nepal’s landscapes are sure to make a lasting impression. Delve into this land of mysticism and mantras for the adventure of a lifetime. For those seeking a close connection with nature and diverse cultures, Nepal is undeniably the ultimate destination.


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This tour has us spending time in Kathmandu, the vibrant capital of Nepal surrounded by majestic mountains. The adventure unfolds with visits to Kathmandu Durbar Square and Swayambhunath Stupa, offering glimpses of traditional architecture and cultural richness. We will also explore Bhaktapur Durbar Square, a haven of cultural handicrafts. Engage in pottery-making, savor Juju Dhau yogurt, and delve into the spiritual at Pashupatinath Temple and Boudhanath Stupa.


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Our journey continues to Pokhara, a scenic city nestled amidst nature’s wonders. Enjoy a boat ride on Phewa Lake and explore Lakeside at your leisure. Then onto the trekking portion of this amazing tour. Spend 4 days exploring this beautiful country on foot. Visit many villages along the way and interact with the kind and generous locals.

Venture to Bandipur, a time-frozen Newari Village, and then to Chitwan National Park, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, for a diverse wildlife experience. The adventure includes a Morning Jeep Safari, Walking Safari, and Tharu Cultural Dance. Then return to Kathmandu for our departure from this enchanting journey.


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Nepal Trekking Gay Adventure Tour Highlights

Explore the historical and religious landmarks of Kathmandu, including Durbar Square and Swayambhunath Stupa, showcasing traditional architecture and cultural history spanning 2,000 years.

Immerse yourself in the religious diversity of Kathmandu, with Hinduism and Buddhism coexisting harmoniously.

Visit Pashupatinath Temple and engage with Hindu Sadhus for a unique spiritual experience.

Embark on a scenic flight to Pokhara, the gateway to Annapurna trekking routes, offering breathtaking views of the Himalayan peaks and serene experiences.

Trek through picturesque landscapes from Shauli Bazaar to Ghandruk, experiencing the hospitality of the Gurung people.

Witness a breathtaking sunrise at Poon Hill, offering panoramic views of the Himalayas.

Marvel in the picturesque Newari Village of Bandipur, frozen in time and offering panoramic views of the Annapurna range.

Experience the diverse wildlife of Chitwan National Park through activities like a jeep safari, morning boat ride, walking safari, and cultural dance, providing a well-rounded exploration of the park’s natural beauty.


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Nepal Trekking Gay Adventure Tour Itinerary

Day 1 - Arrival Kathmandu, Nepal
Nepal gay tour puppetsWelcome to Kathmandu, the capital of Nepal, surrounded by four major mountains; Shivapuri, Phulchowki, Nagarjun and Chandragiri.

The city of Kathmandu boasts a rich history that spans almost 2,000 years, a fact gleaned from an inscription found in the valley. Its prevailing religious affiliations are predominantly Hindu, closely followed by Buddhism. This diverse religious landscape welcomes people of various faiths, contributing to Kathmandu’s cosmopolitan culture. Nepali serves as the lingua franca of the city.

Tonight, we will meet for a short briefing and allow time for any last minute purchases for essentials before enjoying our Welcome Dinner.


Day 2 - Kathmandu Durbar Square – Swayambhunath Stupa – Patan Durbar Square
Nepal gay tour - Kathmandu Durbar SquareThis morning we will explore Kathmandu Durbar Square and Swayambhunath Stupa, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The square, with its palaces and temples, showcases traditional architecture and rich cultural history. Highlights include the former Royal elephant stable, Freak Street, and the temple of Living Goddess, Kumari. Later, enjoy a rickshaw ride from Hanuman Dhoka to Thamel, a vibrant area with shops and local life.

Today we will also visit Swayambhunath Stupa. Located on a conical hill, this ancient stupa, also known as the Monkey Temple, is over 2,500 years old. Adorned with Buddha’s eyes, it offers panoramic views of the valley. Accessible by a steep stairway or a car road, the stupa is a UNESCO World Heritage Cultural Site.

This afternoon we will visit Patan Durbar Square, 5 km south of Kathmandu. Known for its artistry, the city boasts Buddhist and Hindu temples, as well as over 1000 monuments with exquisite wood and stone carvings. Explore the former Royal palace turned museum, courtyards, and pagoda temples, including Mul Chowk, Sundari Chowk, and Keshav Narayan Chowk. Experience the Magic of Singing Bowl by Master for relaxation and spiritual rejuvenation.


Day 3 - In and Around Kathmandu
Bhakatapur gay tourThis morning we will explore Bhaktapur Durbar Square, a city rich in religious architecture. Its clean, narrow streets lead to hidden temples and bustling artisan workshops. Discover the local lifestyle, with communal courtyards for bathing and socializing. Bhaktapur is renowned for cultural handicrafts, making it an ideal shopping destination for unique souvenirs. Key attractions include the 55 Window Palace, Golden Gate, and Nyatapola Temple.

Engage in a pottery-making session and savor the world-famous Juju Dhau yogurt. In the afternoon, visit Pashupatinath Temple, a UNESCO World Heritage Site on the Bagmati River, dedicated to Lord Shiva. Experience the spiritual side with a unique interaction with Hindu Sadhus, gaining insights into their ascetic lifestyle and beliefs.

We will conclude the day at Boudhanath Stupa, one of Nepal’s largest spherical stupas, surrounded by over 50 monasteries. Witness the calming evening ambiance with butter lamps and the scent of sage. Interact with monks at Shakya monastery, where the Hi-Lama will bless you with a Khada Himalayan Silk Scarf, providing a memorable spiritual experience.


Day 4 - Kathmandu – Pokhara
Pokhara lakeAfter breakfast we will head to Kathmandu airport for our flight to Pokhara.

Pokhara, the third largest city in Nepal, serves as the gateway to many Annapurna trekking routes. Nestled at an altitude of 827m and 200km west of Kathmandu, it’s often hailed as the most beautiful place in the region. The city boasts natural wonders, including picturesque lakes and breathtaking views of the Himalayan peaks. With a span of 8 km from north to south and 6 km from east to west, Pokhara maintains a more spacious and green layout compared to Kathmandu. The Seti Gandaki river flowing through the city adds to its charm.

Upon arrival in Pokhara, we will be transferred to our hotel and check-in.

In the afternoon, we will indulge in a one hour delightful boat ride on Phewa Lake, followed by a visit to the Island Temple of “Taal Barahi.” Phewa Lake, the second largest in Nepal, is the focal point of Pokhara’s allure. The lake offers a serene rowing experience, and the island temple adds to its enchantment.

As the evening unfolds, feel free to explore the Lakeside area at your leisure.


Day 5 - Pokhara – Shauli Bazzar Via Nayapul – Trek to Ghandruk
Nepal gay adventure tour flowersEnjoy a hearty breakfast this morning at the hotel before we embark on a scenic journey. We will head towards Nayapul, covering a distance of approximately 47 kilometers in about an hour and a half. Then we will continue the drive to Birethanti, where permit formalities will be completed for our trekking. We will then proceed towards Shauli Bazaar. Along the route, enjoy views of the expansive valleys, terraced hills, and bamboo groves.

The trek kicks off from Shauli Bazaar, involving a steady ascent of 2 to 2 ½ hours through charming villages and terraced farmlands. We will deviate from the main road, follow the trekking trail, and encounter a signboard marking the entrance to Ghandruk. Brace yourself for a brief but steep 20-minute climb before reaching the picturesque village of Ghandruk.

Ghandruk, a sizable Gurung village in Nepal’s Annapurna region, welcomes with friendly locals and provides a rich insight into the history and culture of the Gurung people.

Drive Duration: 2 ½ – 3 hours
Trek Duration: 3 – 4 hours


Day 6 - Trek to Tadapani
Nepal Tadapani gay trekkingIndulge in a relaxed breakfast surrounded by hills before we head north to Tadapani. Kick off the trail from the central village square, navigating a gradual ascent as the path narrows and venture into a dense sub-tropical forest, eventually reaching a Lonely Planet lodge nestled within. Ensure to stock up on water, as no shops are available until Bhaise Kharka. The undulating trail, punctuated by occasional steep climbs, makes for a pleasantly manageable trek. Arrive at Bhaise Kharka, a jungle clearing with two basic lodges—ideal for a refreshing pit stop.

We will then continue the trek towards Tadapani, a gentle climb through a dense, towering rhododendron forest. Tadapani, is situated at 2,630 meters, and is a quaint village adorned with hotels and souvenir shops. Here, revel in breathtaking views of Annapurna South (7,219 m), Hinchuli (6,441 m), and Machapucchre (Mt. Fishtail) (6,997 m).

The name “Tadapani” translates to ‘Far Water,’ reflecting the earlier necessity for villagers to embark on a nearly 30-minute journey to fetch water before the installation of water pipes.

Trek Duration: 4 – 4 ½ hours


Day 7 - Trek to Ghorepani
Nepal gay tour farmlandToday our journey starts with a descent down stone steps from the village square, leading us to a serene brook. We will cross a charming bridge and begin the ascent through a lush rhododendron forest. Eventually, we’ll reach a quaint tea shop perched atop a ridge, offering a perfect spot for a brief rest. Resume the trek along an undulating trail, savoring the breathtaking views accompanied by the melody of chirping birds and the backdrop of a clear blue sky adorned with occasional clouds.

Then, continue the adventure to Banthanti by the river, climbing through dense forests and encountering cascading waterfalls along the way. Our ultimate destination is Deorali (3193m), the trek’s highest point, where a well-deserved lunch awaits.

After a short rest, we will resume the trek on an undulating trail through the forest along a ridge, eventually arriving at Ghorepani. The views from this vantage point are nothing short of spectacular—lush green valleys and a dense rhododendron and magnolia forest to the south, while Annapurna and Dhaulagiri gleam under the northern sun.

Ghorepani is predominantly inhabited by the Magar people, an ethnic community with a rich cultural heritage.

The entire trek spans a duration of 5 ½ hours, promising a memorable and enchanting adventure.


Day 8 - Hike to Poonhill – Trek to Ulleri – Pokhara
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Descending steeply, we will reach a river and continue our descent alongside a babbling stream, arriving at Ulleri, another charming Magar settlement. Perched on a steep incline, the village boasts an impressive drainage system, among the best in the region.

Our adventure concludes with a drive back to Pokhara.

Trek Duration: 4 ½ hours
Drive Duration: 2 ½ hours to 3 hours.


Day 9 - Pokhara – Bandipur
Bandipur Nepal gay tourAfter breakfast, let’s set out for Bandipur, a picturesque Newari Village perched on the Mahabharat Range above the Marsyandi River Valley. Frozen in time, Bandipur is a living museum of Newari culture, boasting winding lanes adorned with traditional Newari houses. The village offers a captivating panoramic view of the Annapurna range, including Dhaulagiri, Manaslu, Langtang, and Ganesh Himal.

Explore Tundikhel, a field to the northern end of Bandipur’s main bazaar. It serves as an exceptional vantage point for witnessing both the Marsyangdi Valley and the majestic Himalayan Range in a single breathtaking frame. Dhaulagiri, Machhapuchhre, Langtang, Manaslu, Ganesh Himal, the legendary Gorkha palace, and the renowned Manakamana peak are all visible from this spot. Additional sights include Bimalnagar and Dumre Bazaar.

Then, we will continue our exploration to Thani Mai, also known as Purano Kot, originally a fort, west of the main bazaar. A leisurely twenty-minute climb leads to the top, where a small temple houses several ancient statues. Adjacent to it is the newly built temple of Thanithan Mai. Local belief holds that praying to the god Mahadev at this site during a drought can bring rain. Perched on a hilltop above the bazaar, Thani Mai provides stunning views of the mountains and the village, especially during sunrise and sunset.


Day 10 - Bandipur – Chitwan
Nepal gay adventure tour rhinoAfter having breakfast, we will embark on a journey from Bandipur to Chitwan. Nestled in the Inner Terai lowlands, Chitwan National Park boasts diverse landscapes, including Sal forests, towering elephant grasslands, hills, ox-bow lakes, and flood plains along the Narayani, Rapti, and Reu rivers. Recognized as a UNESCO World Heritage Site (Natural) since 1984, the park covers an expansive 932 sq.km. It houses an impressive array of wildlife, including 56 mammal species, 49 amphibians and reptiles, and 525 bird species.

Notable residents range from the endangered one-horned rhinoceros and Royal Bengal tiger to gaur, wild elephants, four-horned antelopes, leopards, sloth bears, and an assortment of other creatures, big and small. The park is also a habitat for cobras, kraits, pythons, and marsh mugger crocodiles in its swampy areas and numerous oxbow lakes. The Narayani River hosts one of the last populations of the rare and endangered fish-eating gharial, alongside one of the world’s four species of freshwater dolphins.

Chitwan is a haven for bird enthusiasts, offering sightings of vibrant woodpeckers, hornbills, Bengal floricans, red-headed trogons, and winter birds like waterfowls, Brahminy ducks, pintails, and bareheaded geese. Summers bring nesting migrants such as the fabulous paradise flycatcher, the Indian pitta, and parakeets, while winter sees migratory birds from Siberia.

Upon reaching Barahi Jungle Lodge via Chaubiskothi, 32 km from the main highway in Bharatpur, you’ll be greeted with a welcome drink and a brief overview of the program and facilities.

Lunch awaits at Banyan Café or by the Pool. In the afternoon, we will embark on a boat safari with a sundowner experience at the confluence point, floating downstream the Rapti River towards the park’s western boundary formed by the Himalayan Narayani.

Engage in a slide presentation where one of our jungle experts will delve into the background data and history of Chitwan National Park and other wildlife-related topics. Feel free to ask any questions. Let’s cap off the day with dinner at Banyan Café.


Day 11 - Chitwan
Nepal gay safariExplore the jungle on a Morning Jeep Safari, spanning approximately 4-5 hours. The adventure begins with a Patela Boat ride across the Rapti River from Bhimle army check post. Our seasoned naturalists select between three routes based on their insights into recent animal sightings and movements.

Route Options:
1. Bhimle post – Sukhibhar post towards Kasara (park headquarters)
2. Bhimle post – Reu River- Surung Khola
3. Bhimle Post – Reu River- towards Khoria Muhan Post

Indulge in a breakfast break at a picturesque and secure location chosen by the Naturalist during the safari. Please note that the Jeep Safari is restricted during the monsoon season (June-September) by the park authorities, and sometimes it may extend until October.

Following the safari, enjoy leisure time for relaxation by the pool or make use of the spa facilities until lunchtime.

Savor a delightful lunch at Banyan Café or opt for a poolside dining experience.

This afternoon we will embark on a Walking Safari, guided by an experienced naturalist and nature guide, offering a deeper exploration of the National Park’s wildlife, flora & fauna, and birding opportunities.

As the day winds down, witness the vibrant Tharu Cultural Dance, where farmers from nearby villages showcase their traditional skills and dances.


Day 12 - Chitwan – Kathmandu
Chitwan Nepal gay tourAfter breakfast, we will enjoy a short village walk to experience daily life of the people. We will have an experienced communicator to help enhance the knowledge on the life of Tharu people.

We will then check out of our lodge and transfer to Bharatpur airport for our flight to Kathmandu.

The rest of the afternoon is free, until we meet up for our Farewell Dinner.


Day 13 - Nepal Departure
Today we transfer to the Kathmandu airport for our flights home or onto your next adventure.


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• 12 nights lodging in a shared or single room, with a private bathroom;

• All transportation during the tour, including 2 domestic flights;

• Entrance fees, TIMS and Permits;

• All breakfasts, 10 lunches, and 7 dinners;

• 1 porter for every 2 clients, luggage limit of 33PDS during hiking;

HE Travel provides complimentary Medical & Evacuation Insurance for every US Resident on our group tours who does not have other coverage.


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Not Included:

• Transportation to/from Kathmandu;

• Meals not listed above;

• Drinking water during trekking portion needs to be purchased individual;

• Cost for hot showers and charging batteries/mobile phone during trekking;

• Optional activities;

• Personal expenses such as laundry, telephone charges, alcohol (except when provided with a meal), and gratuities for guides, drivers, and tour director.

* Weight limit of 33 PDS during this tour as you will be trekking with 1 porter for every 2 clients. You will leave your big luggage behind during the trekking portion


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Trip FAQ

Where does the tour start and end?
The tour start and ends in Kathmandu, Nepal


What is the Activity Level of This Tour?
You should be able to be active for consecutive days. This tour rating physical challenge is 4 of 5.


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What if I am traveling alone?
Most of our trips draw more single travelers than couples. When couples do join us, it’s usually because they’re looking forward to interacting with a gay group; if they wanted a holiday by themselves, they wouldn’t have signed up to travel with us. Furthermore, the activities included with our trips serve as natural ice-breakers. Within a day, you’ll be traveling with friends. You don’t need to pay the single supplement if you’re traveling alone. We’ll be happy to match you with a roommate. Pay the single supplement only if you want a bedroom to yourself.


What will the hotels be like?
All hotel/lodges in cities will be 4-5 star. Lodges while trekking will be the best available for the area and will include rooms with private bathrooms. .



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(You don't need to pay the single supplement if you're traveling alone. We'll be happy to match you with a roommate. Pay the single supplement only if you want a bedroom to yourself.)

$ 9,798

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