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Day Hikes in Nepal

There are many reasons people do day treks in Nepal. Some people have never trekked before and are nervous about doing an overnight trek. Some have only a short amount of time in Nepal, but want to experience some of the incredible nature as well as breath-taking beauty that the Himalayas offer.  And then, there are those who just don't want to camp or stay in a homestay, preferring a Three Star Hotel and a hot bath at the end of the day.

No matter what your reason, there are many good one day hike treks in the Kathmandu and Pokhara Valleys, These treks are very easy, don't require a lot of expense, and can  be done with a simple day pack to carry your camera, light jacket and water bottle.

We send with you and English-speaking guide who will not only show you the way, but help explain what you are seeing to you.  The trails are not marked, so a guide is necessary. Also, a guide helps you to overcome the language issue, thereby making your journey much more enjoyable.

Day trips offer you incredible mountain views. You will pass through local villages that reflect a variety of ethnic origins and cultures. Stop at a local tea stall for a cup of tea and a biscuit. Enjoy lunch with a family along the way, or simply partake of a picnic lunch with eagles flying overhead.

These day treks can last anywhere from three to six hours, depending on the trek you choose. We help you with transportation to the start and from the finish back to your hotel.
These trips offer everything that a several day trek offers except for local food for dinner and a bed in someone's home. Instead, spend the night unwinding in your three star hotels, eating you choice of foods. It is indeed the best of all worlds.

So when in Nepal, don't hesitate to take a day hike trek. We offer a nice variety of these treks that will give you a full taste of the beauty of the incredible Himalayas while enjoying comfort in the evening. Why not ask your representative at Swiss Nepal Family Trekking & Expedition about discussing a day hike when you are in Nepal. You'll be glad you did.

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Swiss-Nepal Family Trekking & Expedition
J.P.Road, Thamel, Kathmandu, Nepal
Tel: 977-1-4212739, 4212911
Cell: 977-9851001832
E-mail: info@snftrekking.com
Web: www.snftrekking.com

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