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Himalayan Kingdom of Nepal

Holiday Highlights

  • Watching the stunning paper being made at GPI, and at the local school seeing how the benefits are shared in the community
  • Visiting ancient Hindu and Buddhist temples, still an important part of life in Nepal today
  • Exploring the medieval streets of old Kathmandu
  • The warm greetings of Namaste wherever we go
  • Sunrise in the snow-capped peaks of the Himalayas

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Day Description Distance Meals
1 Depart UK Overnight flights to Kathmandu  
2 Kathmandu Arrive in Kathmandu and transfer to accommodation D  
3 Kathmandu Visit Boudhanath Stupa and Pashupatinath Temple B L  
4 Kathmandu to Dhulikhel Morning with Get Paper Industries. Afternoon travel to Dhulikhel B L D  
5 Dhulikhel to Kathmandu Sunrise at Dhulikhel and sightseeing at Bhaktapur and Thimi B L  
6 Kathmandu Visit Mahaguthi's office & shop. B L  
7 Kathmandu Visit Kumbeshwar Technical School and Patan Temples B L  
8 Kathmandu to Pokhara Explore Pokhara and Phewa Lake B L D  
9 Pokhara Sunrise at Sarangkot and visit to the Women's Skill Development B L  
10 Pokhara to Chitwan Visit to Chitwan National Park B L D  
11 Chitwan Elephant Safari and sunset boat ride B L D  
12 Chitwan to Kathmandu Travel to Kathmandu with a free evening to relax and explore the shops B L  
13 Kathmandu Explore Kathmandu's historic sites. Farewell dinner & Cultural Dance Show B L D  
14 Depart Flights back to UK B  

Key: B - Breakfast, L - Lunch, D - Dinner

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Holiday Information

With the majestic Himalayas supplying their stunning backdrop, this is a unique and unforgettable visit to a truly amazing country. As we explore the Kathmandu Valley with its many ancient temples, we spend time with weavers and handmade paper producers, members of the vibrant network of fair trade producers in Nepal. We also search for rhino in Chitwan National Park and spend time in the lakeside city of Pokhara which provides dramatic views of the Annapurna Himal.
During our time in Nepal we visit Get Paper Industries (GPI). Established in 1985 as a family business producing handmade paper products from cotton and paper waste, GPI is now a co-operative and workers are involved in all aspects of decision-making through a number of committees.
Mahaguthi's story begins with the legendary social reformer Tulsi Mehar. Inspired by his work with Mahatma Gandhi in India he returned to set up a spinning and weaving project in the Kathmandu Valley which now lives on in the fair trade organisation Mahaguthi, which works with more than 1,000 producers across Nepal. Working together with local tour operator Mt Kailash, Mahaguthi's knowledge and passion for fair trade ensures we have the sort of experience few tourists get to enjoy.

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Holiday Details

All accommodation in hotels and guesthouses with en-suite facilities

80% meals provided

3 long road transfers

5 producer visits

8 tourist visits

1 wildlife visit

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