Dhola Nalang Village Trek is a new destination for rural village tourism. Therefore we can recommend Dhola village for the nontourist site for researchers. Also for students, photographers, anthropologies, and nature lovers. Dhola Nalang Shreeban Nature Camp is a unique and fewer traveled trail. This short and beautiful trek offers you a visit to ethnic villages. Hiking, mountain biking, bird watching, and many more activities with the majestic mountain views.
The Dhola Nalang Village Trek Tour area is unique with its natural flora and fauna. The large part of the forest is covering with Nepal’s national flower Rhododendrons, stream, and waterfalls. This type of trek is home to different kinds of animals, birds, butterflies, and so on.
Trekking to this Dhola village means you will stay in the local family home. Sleeping in a small house, and eating traditional Nepali food. The Dhola Nalang village trek is in the high up the Himalayas in the Annapurna and Manaslu Mountain range in mid-western Nepal at an altitude of 1210 m above the sea level. The trail of the Dhola Nalang Village Tour starts from Kathmandu via Dhading Bensi with the drive of about 4-5 hrs.
We will Watch the grazing animals on the grasslands and reach the Dhola village. You will have the chance to experience different ethnic communities in Dhola village. Mainly Newar, Brahmin, Magar, Kami, living together. You will witness the sun-kissed Himalayan range on the northern distance horizon from Mount Manaslu to Mt Annapurna and have a great chance to understand the real lifestyle and traditional living of the people and get used to the country life. Therefore, the people of the village have good hospitality behavior to their visitors, which makes your trip memorable.
On the way to Dhola village, you will also visit the newly introduced Shreeban nature camp. You will have a chance to visit ethnic villages with different mixed cast communities along with bird watching and hiking. Have an excellent opportunity to enjoy and explore different kinds of birds, animals, and butterflies in the camp. As a result, Dhola Nalang Village Tour can be the best to observe the real Nepalese cultural tradition from the closest quarter and intermingle with the locals.
Duration: 04 Days
Max. Altitude: 1210 m
Trek Grade: Easy
Best Travel Time: February – June, September – November are the best seasons. However, July & August are okay, and trekking can be done but not so clear visibility due to rain.
Accommodation: Homestay during trek
Transportation: Jeep/Van/ Bus
Day 01: - Kathmandu drives to Dhading Bensi and trek to Dhola – Pursu
Today we will take a drive-by bus to Dhading, which is for about 4hrs drive. Reaching the Dhading city, we will have lunch and a little stroll around the town to see the sights of it. From Dhading Bensi, our trekking will pass through the subtropical forest. We will have beautiful views of cultivated fields and farmers working on the grounds throughout the trail. Watch the grazing animals on the grasslands and the attentive eyes of shepherds on them. Reach Dhola – Pursuk village for the overnight stay in the local house.
Day 02: - Exploration day
Today we shall explore around the Dhola – Pursu village. We will visit the school in the town. Also, there are some historical places worth visiting and an old big stone nearby village. On a clear day, we can have beautiful views of mountains from Manaslu to Annapurna. Spend your day enjoying the customs and traditions of the local people. Explore and understand the real lifestyle and livings of the people over here. Tonight spend your night with cultural program.
Day 03: - Pursu trekking to Shreeban Nature Camp Nalang
Today’s day is mostly flat level trekking. We will visit our small project, “The Himalayan Library” at Maidi Ukhubari. We will have working for about 4-5 hrs to reach the Shreeban nature Camp. Here you will be offered with majestic views of Himalayan at 180 degrees. Also, you have a great chance to enjoy and explore different kinds of birds and animals in the camp.
Day 04: - Shreeban trekking to Bungchuk and drive back to Kathmandu
After having our breakfast at nature camp, we will set our journey for Bungchuk. The trail descends mostly downhill, passing through terraced fields of rice, millet, and maize. Reach Bunchuk for the daily lunch and take a local bus or private vehicle to Kathmandu, driving for about 3hrs. In the evening we will have a typical Nepali dinner accompanied by cultural shows in the Hotel.
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2 to 6 person