Pokhara a city offers one of the unique tastes for nature lovers. We promise to meet the expectation of its level. Though we are at the gate-way of the renowned Annapurna trekking area, we provide the opportunity for time-bound travels to enjoy their valuable holiday to hike around and see what they have paid for. These are our offers for the day.
Annapurna range view Machhapuchchhare (as the tail of fish).
The cultural setting of Dhampus
Varied Vegetation (Especially a large forest of Rhododendron)
Special for migratory bird watching.
Day 1: Drive from the hotel and hike to Australian camp & Dhampus and drive back.
After breakfast drive from your hotel to Kande for about one hour and hike to Australian Camp for about two hours and enjoy the view of Mountains and overlooking the birdseye view then walk down to Dhampus, lunch walk down to Phedi and drive back to your hotel in Pokhara.
A water bottle to keep you hydrated throughout the day, Sun protection items (Sun cream/Sunglasses) & a bag with enough space to keep your essentials.
To soothe the hike we recommend you to wear lightweight sneakers or trail running shoes.
The choice of shoes can also be your personal preference so you can wear whatever you think you would be comfortable with.
Normal sweatshirts and comfortable shorts are a good combination for hiking.
Loose and less heat-absorbing clothes are recommended for the hike.
As per the company’s package, the food will be provided to you at a designated place and of course, you can also bring your own food or nutriments (energy bar/drink).
If you have any type of allergy regarding food a concern should be aroused with the company to prevent the sickness.
Yes but they rarely appear on hiking trails but even if you come across one the chances of you getting harm are very low. However, if you are harmed/attacked by one necessary measure can be applied to avoid the risk.
- Ground transport Hotel to starting and ending point
- Lunch (Typical Nepali food)
- Hiking Guide
- Personal Nature expenses
- Tips for guide and driver, not mandatory but expected.