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Honey Hunting with Nepal Environmental

Nepal is a Himalayan country, wedged between the giants of India and Tibet, an autonomous region of China. Its geography dominated by the Himalayas - eight of the fourteen highest mountains in the world, including Everest, can be found within its borders. On every side, a skyline of fluted snow and ice peaks soar beyond the imagination rise above the trails, the campsites and valleys. It is a land of great diversity- a home of incredible variety of ecosystems, the greatest mountain ranges, dense tropical jungles teeming with a wealth of wildlife, thundering rivers, forested hills and frozen valleys. The country is a potpourri of ethnic groups, customs and traditions. From the humid and tropical southern Terai lowlands to the frozen alpine regions of the Himalayas in the north, we find different colorful cultures & people co-existing in harmony for centuries.
The country also offers an astonishing diversity of sightseeing attractions and adventure opportunities found nowhere else on earth! A visitor can join in the numerous annual festivals that are celebrated throughout the year in traditional style highlighting enduring customs and beliefs.
Nepal is a land where the arts, culture are as well-preserved as the valleys and forests, temples enriched with wood carving and bronzes, millennium- old statues standing a long the way side, songs and dances unchanged for centuries and entire cities preserved in their medieval splendor.
In addition to enjoying numerous activities of choice in Nepal, it is also a significant transit point for traveling to Tibet (China) Bhutan, Darjeeling and Sikkim (India).


Detail Itinerary of Honey Hunting

Day 1     Drive from Kathmandu to Khudi which takes 3 hours. You drive along the Prithvi highway across beautiful villages, local people, and landscapes and all the way you drive along the river valley. The tour to Buddha Monasteries and Khudi Bazaar with bring you lot of opportunities to study more about the local culture.
Day 2     Today you trek for six to seven hours for Honey Hunting site. On the way, you view many natural scenes n the way. You would receive hearty welcome by villagers and can enjoy Gurung culture dances after dinner.
Day 3     The day is to enjoy few hours walk for honey hunting site. Honey hunter pray before they start. You can view the Heart Thrilling Honey hunting program at Cliff. After you enjoy honey hunting program, return back base camp village. In the evening, you will spend few moments enjoying culture dances of mother union.
Day 4     Trek to Khudi which takes six to seven hours. You can enjoy swimming at Natural swimming pool. You go evening walk at Bank of the Marshyangdi River and Khudi stream. You can enjoy slide show program about Namun La pass, Kanchenjunga, Chitwan National Park and many more.

Outline Itinerary 02

Day 1     Drive from Kathmandu to Khudi 186KM, 6 hrs. You drive along the Prithivi highway across beautiful villages, colorful peoples, landscapes, all the you drive along the River Valley.
Day 2     Trek from Khudi To Ghalagaun which takes about 6-7hrs trek. After breakfast the trail ascend all the way to Ghalagaun, The trail passes through the beautiful forest, if you are lucky enough you will also get to see some of the wildlife's. This area holds a tremendous potentiality for bird watching. It really can be a birdwatcher's paradise.
Day 3-4 Observe Honey Hunting In Ghanpokhari & Ghalegaun. It is beautiful place to enjoy breathtaking views of numerous Mountains, it self situated at beautiful mountain, it is populated by Gurung Peoples who have wonderful culture & tradition
Day 5     Trek from Ghalegaun to Pasgaun, which takes about 6-7 hrs. After After breakfast your trail descend to Bhujung all the way, After the Bhujung trail ascend to Passgaun.It is long & Hard day trip.
Day 6     Trek from Pasagaun to Pakharikot Or Nanngdidhar which takes about 5-6hrs. Trail ascends gently through jungles, beautiful waterfalls and the chirpings of the birds. After lunch, it again is a time for an as descends. It is a steep descend for hal fan hrs; one has to ensure that one carries enough water as there is shortage of drinking water. The intense heat, humidity and the direct sunlight striking can really be unbearable.
Day 7     Trek to Thumsikot, and then drive to Pokhara. Trail descends about 1150 meters and drives approximately 3 hrs by jeep through unpaved Road. Stay overnight at hotel in Pokhara.
Day 8     Sight in and around Pokhara and drive back to Kathmandu. An early morning drive to Sarankot to have close view of Mt. Fishtail and Annapurna. Sight seeing in and around Pokhara city, in the afternoon drive or fly back to Kathmandu.