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Namobuddha Trek & Camping - 5 Days

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Do you feel that high altitude could be a problem for you to go on the trek but still want to experience Nepalese culture, lifestyle, beautiful mountains, monastery, temples, valleys, Rhododendron forest?
You could get it all in one trip and within you rlimited time with Namobuddha Trek. The Namobuddha trek was named after the monastery, where the ancient Buddha was born as a prince.
This is one of the short treks, which is suitable for family and travelers with limited time. With only 2 hours drive from Kathmandu, you will reach the trekking's starting point, Dhulikhel, which is 35 kilometers east from Kathmandu.

Included: · 5 Breakfast, 5 Lunch, 4 Dinner with Tea/Coffee and Boiled Water
· 4 Nights at Tent Accommodation in Twin Sharing Basis
· Sleeping Bag and Down Jackets if necessary
· Toilet Tent, Kitchen Tent, Dining Tent and mattress
· Guide, Sherpas, Cook, Cook helper and porters
· Local Transportation to/from Trekking

What to bring and What to expect?
Please find Gear List & Trekking Tips here:
Not included: · Clients' personal expenses (such as laundry, phone calls, cigarettes, bar bills/soft drinks /mineral water, extra snacks during trek, etc.)
· Clients' personal items such as medications, clothing and equipments
· Comprehensive travel insurance that covers emergency evacuation from remote mountain locations as well as the standard covers like trip cancellation, lost baggage, etc.
· Tipping
· Any unforeseen expenses due to delays or diversions of events beyond the operators' control, for example landslides or strikes.
All other expenses not stated as included in the above

· Enjoy the easy trip around Kathmandu valley
· Birth place of ancient Buddha
· Rural villages with diverse ethnic groups

  • Day 1: Kathmandu drive to Dhulikhel and trek to Namobuddha

    Leaving the crowded Kathmandu city behind, we take a short scenic drive just outside Kathmandu Valley to the beautiful Newar town of Dhulikhel. Start out the trek with a walk to Namobuddha (1750m), where we pass through the classic terraced landscape of rural Nepal with stunning mountain views in the background. Our destination is Namobuddha, an area sacred to Buddhists, especially of the Tamang community. Here you will find an ancient Buddhist stupa, a big, newly established monastery and a Tamang village.
    Driving time: 1 and a half hours (Kathmandu to Dhulikhel)
    Trekking time: approx. 3 Hours
    Heights: Kathmandu (1350 m.) Dhulikhel (1600 m.), Namobuddha (1900 m.)
    Overnight: camping.

  • Day 2: Namobuddha trek to Panauti

    After breakfast at our first camp, we follow small trails, predominantly downhill pass orange groves, terraced fields and beautiful villages to reach Panauti, one of the oldest village in Kathmandu. Here you will see most of the Newari culture and Hindu Temples.
    Trekking time: approx. 4 hours;
    Heights: Panauti 1500 m.
    Overnight: camping.

  • Day 3: Panauti trek to Nayagaon

    We head from Panauti through villages - a flat and uphill walk pass the Hindu temple of Kusadevi, which takes us to the Tamang village of Nayagaon. Nayagaon has a stunning view point, where you can see Mt.GaneshHimal, Mt.Manaslu, Mt.Gauri Shankar, Mt.DorjeLakpa and Mt.LangtangLirung from here.
    Trekking time: approx. 5 hours;
    Heights: Nayagaon 1950 m.
    Overnight: camping

  • Day 4: Nayagaoun trek to LakuriVanjyang

    From Nayagaon we will walk through villages and Rhododendron Forest. Rhododendron is the national flower of Nepal that grows a lot in this forest, which is the origin of its name. In Spring, you will see these beautiful flowers in full bloom, make this an even more scenic walk. We will spend our last night in Lakurivanjyang, which is around 2100 meter high, the highest point of this trek with the best view point.
    Trekking time: approx. 5 hours;
    Heights: LakuriBhanjyang 2100 m.
    Overnight: camping.

  • Day 5: Lakurivanjyang trek to Lubhu and drive to Kathmandu

    After final breakfast at our last camp, we follow the trails down to Lubhu, an old village in Kathmandu valley. From here a scenic drive will take us back to Kathmandu city.
    Trekking time: approx. 2 hours;
    Heights: Lubhu 1450 m.
    Driving time: approx. 2 hours

    Se fullständig resplan


· Kathmandu
· Namobuddha
· Buddhist site
· Rural villages with diverse ethnic groups

Villkor för att resa med barn

Child age: No special child rate, but pay the same as adults This tour is recommended for: all ages




Local Bus,walking


5 Breakfast, 5 Lunch, 4 Dinner.


Nepal has the widest altitude range of any country on the earth. Each altitude has its own weather, from tropical heat to Arctic cold. In the main trekking seasons in the spring (March/April) and autumn (October/November), the weather is generally stable and even the high passes may be free of snow and relatively easy to traverse at times. But beware, you are heading into the World’s highest mountain range and be prepared for changes of temperature and weather. And though this period is generally expected to be dry, as everywhere, rainfall and gloomy weather may occur making the mountains less visible. Not least, sudden snow may be experienced at high altitudes blocking the trail and bringing with it freezing temperatures.

The monsoon season roughly starts mid-May/June and runs to the end of August. During this period rainfall and muddy trails may be expected and the possibility to see mountains is less as compared to the main trekking seasons. Travelers who value greenery and quiet environments will love traveling during monsoon season. We recommend the Upper Mustang area in the monsoon season due to it being relatively shaded from rain during June-August.

Ytterligare information

Namobuddha, Panauti, Lakuri Bhanjyang

· Warm sweater · Jackets · Trousers · Suncream · Good walking boots