Walk 'N' Yoga in Nepal

7 Days
Upcoming Trips
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Why take this trip?

  • Enjoy this special edition of our latest initiative, Walk ‘N’ Yoga! 
  • Wake up to a revitalising yoga session every day then trek through beautiful mountain ranges! 
  • Experience Nepal's ethnic mountain communities as you walk from village to village along the trail! 
  • Explore the cities of Kathmandu and Pokhara with some of their more iconic Hindu and Buddhist temples! 
  • Enjoy an optional paragliding session with breathtaking views (Make sure to ask us for more info if you’re interested)

Clients Reviews

The safari hotel was amazing! I really wouldn't have changed a thing. We knew we were in very good hands, and very very well prepared for what to expect. And of course, I love the type of adventurous trips you offer.

Dina El Kachab
Physical Grade
  1. Sightseeing and/or relaxation
  2. Light adventure, no previous experience or training required
  3. A challenge, no previous experience necessary. A moderate level of fitness and preparation are required
  4. Previous experience and intensive training is required
Comfort Level
  1. Basic: lodging in guest houses, small hotels and/or camping. Mix of private and public transportation
  2. Standard: Clean and comfortable accommodation and/or well-maintained campsites. Mostly private transportation with occasional public transport when unavoidable.
  3. Luxury: Hand-picked luxury lodging or pampered campsites. Private and upgraded transportation facilities.

CO2 Footprint

000 (tCO2e)
tCO2 = Tonnes of Carbon Dioxide Equivalent

How we do it
As an ethical and responsible travel company, we reduce our carbon footprint by designing trips that are low carbon impact and carefully calculating the impact with the help of an environmental consultancy. We then buy carbon credit equivalents to offset all emissions that cannot be reduced including those resulting from our day-to-day business operations. Our offsetting is done through an energy efficient stoves project in Kenya. On request, every traveller receives their own PDF offset certificate post-travel. Wild Guanabana is the first carbon-neutral travel company in the Middle East & North Africa. Note: We do not sell or issue flight tickets ourselves so consequently we don't offset those emissions.

What does offsetting mean anyway?
It's a way of reducing your ecological impact by 'neutralizing' the impact of your carbon footprint. Actions associated with travel amount to around a third of greenhouse gas emissions worldwide. Carbon offsetting offers a solution to reduce the impact of your travel by purchasing carbon credits that are invested in activities that reduce CO2. While this doesn't erase all of the environmental impact, it does serve to help reinvest into the planet and contribute to activities which help its conversation. For more information on Carbon offsetting read more from our partners ERCC Carbon and our Sustainable Travel International.

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Itinerary Details / Price Inclusions & Exclusions

  • Day 1: Namaste Nepal (1,330m) - (D):

    Upon your arrival, a Wild Guanabana representative will be waiting for you outside the airport gate to take you to the hotel. Depending on your time of arrival, please let us know if there is anything special you would like to do while in Kathmandu and we can help you arrange that. This evening we will have a welcome local dinner at an authentic restaurant featuring Nepali Dal Baht and vegetable momos. Overnight stay at Hotel Manang or similar.

  • Day 2: Gently Down The Stream (970m) - (B/L):

    Early in the morning, we’ll drive from Kathmandu to Pokhara, Nepal's picturesque lake city, for about 6-7 hours. Our bus will follow a winding road over the valley rim and will descend onto the Trisuli River where we’ll go rafting for 2-3 hours. After rafting, we will have lunch on the riverbank. The remainder of the journey is slow and steady as the road winds through villages and passing terraced fields before reaching our destination. Pokhara is best known for its tranquil atmosphere and the beauty of the surrounding countryside. Normally, we arrive by mid afternoon so you have time to explore or relax before preparing for the journey ahead. Tonight, we’ll have a light introduction to yoga to get us started and prepared for the many sessions to come. Overnight stay at Hotel Peninsula or Similar.

  • Day 3: Highway To Dhampus (1,750m). (B/L/D):

    We’ll start our day early on with an energizing yoga session for about an hour amidst beautiful scenery. After breakfast, we’ll take a 30-minute drive to Hyangja and begin walking towards Milan Chock. We will climb the ridge above the Yangri Khola Valley. We’ll pass through Hyengjakot and Dhital, completing about 4.5 hours of trekking. Here, the 1,750m elevation ensures you will enjoy incredible mountain views as you relax. You’ll stay overnight at teahouse in Dhampus.

  • Day 4: Trek to Sarangkot (1,540m). (B/L/D):

    Today, we’ll enjoy a yoga session with a beautiful view of Annapurna Fish tail and Dhaulagiri Mountain as well as many more Himalayan peaks as the sun rises and shines over their slopes. We’ll have breakfast then start our hike from Dhampus to Sarangkot via Naudanda for about 5-6 hours. We’ll start walking on a gently flat road for about 20 minutes then walk steep down almost 600 m passing local houses. We’ll cross the river on a suspension bridge over the Ghattekola, overlooking beautiful fields and a gorgeous forest area. Gradually, we’ll go up to Naudande where we’ll see a panoramic, breathtaking view of the Himalayas. We’ll have a short rest to take in the beautiful mountain view. When we start walking again along the ridge to Sarangkot, we’ll witness a beautiful view of Phewa lake and Pokhara City as well as a superb view of Annapurna range, particularly Machapuchare (Fishtail peak). After a well-deserved lunch, the rest of the day is at leisure. Overnight stay at a teahouse.

  • Day 5: Himalayas, Rise & Shine (B,L):

    In the early morning, we'll get up early to observe the magnificent sunrise over the Himalayas and have a meditative yoga session. After breakfast, we can either begin hiking down to Pokhara (827m) for approximately 3 hours, or you can add an optional paragliding session instead (contact us for more details, if interested). In the afternoon, we’ll head to explore Bindhyabasini Temple, which is known for its fabulous view of the city and mountain ranges. Catch a glimpse of the unique waterfall, Davis Fall, and be sure to ask about its legend when you’re there! If we still have time, we’ll go check out the interesting Gorkha Museum which focuses on the people and mountains of the area. Overnight stay at Hotel Peninsula or Similar.

  • Day 6: Drive to Kathmandu (B):

    After our last invigorating yoga session followed by breakfast, we’ll drive back to Kathmandu. Upon arrival, we’ll check into the hotel and spend the rest of the day exploring the city at leisure. There are plenty of interesting sites to visit in the Kathmandu valley like the Old Palaces at Patan, Bhaktapur, Durbar square, Swayambhunath (the monkey temple) or the sacred Buddhist temples of Pashupatinath & Boudhanath. You should also stroll down town Thamel where you will be staying to shop for souvenirs and sample the various restaurants of Kathmandu. We are happy to offer you recommendations. Overnight stay at Hotel Manang or similar.

  • Day 7: Homeward Bound (B):

    We will transfer you to the airport and assist you with check-in procedures. Check out time is at noon.

  • Price includes

    • Meals as stated above (B=Breakfast, L=Lunch & D=Dinner)
    • Accommodation in Simple Tea Houses during the Trekking (Double Room Basis)
    • Trekking Porters to carry all personal gear and group equipment including Insurance
    • Trekking Guides
    • Yoga instructor
    • Trekking maps
    • Trekking Permits and National Park fees
    • Experienced First-Aid trained English Speaking Guides
    • Offsetting all carbon emissions of the journey in an energy efficient stoves project in Kenya (Wild Guanabana is the Middle East and North Africa’s first carbon neutral travel company)

  • Price excludes

    • International flight to Kathmandu, Nepal
    • Nepal Visa Fee (US$25 for 15 days)
    • Entry fees for temples & monuments 
    • Your Travel Insurance
    • Extra drinks, snacks and dessert on the mountain and main meals in the cities
    • Single supplement fee if you are staying in a single room 
    • Personal expenses like battery charging at elevation, and facilities on the mountain
    • Tips & gratuities