Nothing is more memorable, fun and enjoyable like a family trekking trip. If you love to walk, but want to do it in comfortable and easy way within limited time, consider family treks in Nepal as part of your next holiday vacation.
Here are four family trekking destinations where you can immerse yourself in the culture and have a great time with your family:
Ghorepani Poon Hill is a most popular short and easy family walking adventure at Annapurna region of Nepal that allows plenty of opportunities to witness wonderful views of snow capped mountains including Annapurna Himalayan Range, Dhaulagiri, Machhapuchre, Himchuli and other neighboring peaks; best seen during the magical sunrise and sunset period. Join this spectacular sightseeing trip along with your family and friends to have wonderful Himalayan sightseeing and walking holidays around scenic lake city of Pokhara.
Royal Trek is much of a historical trekking trail initiated by Prince Charles in 1980s and named royal trek after since. This short, easy and wonderful trekking is also well recommended to join along with family members. Younger ones will simply love an overall fun filled experience that will remain in their memories in years to come. Enjoy an amazing Himalayan panorama along with sightseeing along pristine lakes, cultural exploration and exciting activities all for great worthwhile experience.
Enjoy among many short hiking routes best recommended for family trips around Kathmandu valley. Usually blended with cultural sightseeing tours at UNESCO world heritage sites, this trip also consists plenty of opportunity to witness natural highlights along with cultural richness. Visit Hindu temples, Buddhist monasteries and experience the religious harmony within the diversity. Without much effort, this trip can be joined by any travel lover regardless their age and fitness level.
Don’t miss an opportunity to be near with stunning sceneries of world’s highest Himalaya Mt. Everest and other surrounding peaks. During short and easy Everest view trek, you will be acknowledging the closeup views of Himalayan sceneries from nearby villages with excellent opportunity to look into Sherpa’s tradition and cultures.
Therefore, plan for your relatively short and easy family treks in Nepal. If you need any further information, simply contact us now. We are always happy to help you.
Author: Sakesh Karanjit