Nepal Tour for Seniors

  • Apr 24, 2023
  • Prathana

Nepal offers a lot for any age group from kids to elders. From Himalayan sunsets, and mountain religious communities, to peaceful lakes and little towns, the Nepalese scene will continuously intrigue you with its friendly surroundings. The notable kingdoms, hiking trails, and picturesque flights likewise are relaxing and perfect adventures for seniors. Nepal is a place with a rhythm that ideally fits senior explorers, with fascinating culture, and a discovery that will make you feel revitalized.

This Senior Nepal tour allows you to participate in the activities like golf, dance, cooking, art, and photography, and that's just the beginning. Nepal's rich cultural heritage and sites, therapeutic spas and resorts, and spiritual places. Nepal has always witnessed a large number of Senior Travelers across the globe. This is mainly a direct result of the accessible infrastructures and services. Senior tour in Nepal is currently more compelling than at any other time before.

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Day hikes

Nepal is a mysterious country with an exciting blend of grandeur, nature, and untamed life. The amazing views on the high Himalayas are to be sure a thing of beauty. Few passionate vacationers might have the opportunity also. Some senior visitors might not trek for several days. That's where hikes come in! Hikes are comfortable to climb, usually finishing in a little while. If you're in Kathmandu and need to get a whiff of fresh mountain air, a hike is your smartest option. Find the easy and best hiking trails in Kathmandu, and pick the one you like the most. Tie those climbing shoes on! 

Best day hiking trails in Kathmandu valley:

Nagarkot Day hiking 

This hiking trail is liked by hiking enthusiasts, because of the amazing views on the Himalayas at Nagarkot. The Newari town of Sankhu is the beginning stage of the journey. Go ahead and investigate the way of life and food before you head out to Nagarkot. You additionally have the choice of setting up camp around evening time.  

Distance: 28 km
Duration: 5-6 hours
Altitude: 7135 ft/ 2175 m
Get the amazing mountainous view of various peaks like Mt. Dhaulagiri to Kanchenjunga, Mt Everest, Mt Manaslu, Ganesh Himal, Langtang, etc. 
Get a wonderful sunrise and sunset view. 
Explore the Newari culture at Sakhu. 
Catch some stunning glimpses from Nagarkot view tower. 

Sundarijal Day Hiking 

This trip is the more leisurely choice to explore some wild landscape, simple inclines, and excellent views. The way goes through Shivapuri National Park, which makes for some, astounding perspectives. Assuming that karma favors you, you might recognize a few creatures also! You can stretch out your stroll to the Chisapani settlement, to get a vibe of the neighborhood ancestral culture.

Distance: 22 km 
Duration: 6-7 hours 
Altitude: 100 m/4930 ft
Passing by lakes and cascades
Shivapuri National Park 
Chisapani settlement 
Mountain views 

Namobhuddha Day Hiking

This Buddhist hallowed place holds high importance for travelers and devotees at the same, as it portrays the narrative of Mahasatta, a ruler who fed himself to a tigress and her cubs. The Stupa at Namobuddha transmits harmony and calm and is an essential visit. You can follow a small river from the town of Panauti, which looks stunning. If you're fortunate, you'll track down Nepali farmers in action and maybe help them out as well!

Distance:  32 Km 
Duration:  6-7 hours 
Altitudes:  5900 ft/ 1800 m
-Suspension bridge 
-Walkthrough the River route
- The retro town of Panauti
- Suspension bridge
- Buddhist Stupa and shrines
- Panoramic view of Mt Everest and Langtang Mountain Range

Champadevi Day Hiking 

The Champadevi journey is renowned because it is equally adventurous and rewarding. This trail will take you through a thick pine woodland with dazzling perspectives. You will reach an inquisitive religious community toward the end, where you can taste hot smooth tea. Remember to take a map along!

Distance: 20 Km 
Duration:  4.5- 5 hours 
Altitudes:  7380 ft/ 2249 m
Buddhist Monastery 
Stupas and shrines
Pine forests
Various mountainous views

Heritage Cultural tour 

Nepal is a fortune land for cultural legacies and natural legacies. Seven of the cultural heritage of Nepal are recorded in the World Cultural Heritage list by UNESCO. The UNESCO (United Nations Educational, Scientific, and Cultural Organization) represents world heritage sites that carry cultural and natural significance. Nepal has four heritage sites that are registered on UNESCO heritage sites. All of these sites are prominent lures for travelers around the world. Here is a list of UNESCO world heritage sites in Nepal and what to do and explore there. 

Kathmandu Valley 

Kathmandu valley is the most refined and populated city in Kathmandu. It is popular among domestic and external tourists. Kathmandu valley is listed as a cultural heritage that possesses various 7 UNESCO world heritage sub-sites:  
Patan Durbar Square, Patan
Changu Narayan, Bhaktapur
Swayambhunath Temple, Kathmandu 
Bouddhanath Stupa, Kathmandu 
Kathmandu Durbar Square, Kathmandu 
Pashupatinath Temple, Kathmandu 
Bhaktapur Durbar Square, Bhaktapur 


Lumbini is the birthplace of Lord Gautam Buddha. Yet, there is more than something else to Lumbini besides the temple and garden. The site spreads out over a large region, where you'll encounter more than 30 monasteries, meditation hubs, peaceful areas, and landscaped parks.
Sites to visit in Lumbini except for Lumbini: 
Lumbini Monastic Site 
Lumbini Museum 
Lumbini Crane Sanctuary 
World Peace Pagoda 

Chitwan National Park 

Chitwan National Park is a perfect place for wildlife enthusiasts. You can experience various relaxing activities in Chitwan National Park such as; Jungle Safari, Bird Watching, and many more. More than Safari, there are numerous activities you can do in Chitwan National Park.
Jeep Safari 
Kayak down the river 
Bike ride 
Witness Tharu Culture
Bird Watching 
Visit Elephant breeding Center 
Village tour on the cart 

Sagarmatha National Park 

Sagarmatha National Park located in the Everest region offers you and your family probably the highest trek in the world. The prime feature of this National Park is Mount Everest, the highest peak in the world. More than trek you can have other various amazing views from this National Park. 
Camping at Gokyo Lake
See Mount Everest view from Kala Patthar
 River view
 Visit the highest point of Monastery MT. Taboche
 Cultural visit and meet the peoples
 Observing the beautiful landscape
 Birds, animals, plants watch

Mountain View 

Nepal is renowned for its mountains, and each visitor will want to get a glimpse. While trekking is the ideal way to encounter the Himalayan peaks in the entirety of their beautiful magnificence, it's not the only method for getting great views. Those people who are in a rush, going with small children, or essentially prefer not walking uphill don't have to miss out on the country's signature mountain vistas. You can just go to the ideal locations, and you can take everything in from the comfort of a lodging, balcony, viewing platform, or plane seat.

The best location for Mountain View: 

Chandragiri Hills

Chandragiri is one of the hills that frame the southern edge of the Kathmandu Valley-at 8,369 feet, it would be viewed as a mountain by its right elsewhere in the world. Operational since around 2016, Nepal's newest cable car travelers from the town of Thankot to the highest point of Chandragiri. The excursion is 1.5 miles long, and at the top, there's a temple, dining hubs, and sweeping views of the valley, the surrounding valley, and the Himalayas toward the north. 


Nagarkot is well known for having probably the best sunrise views on the Himalayas close to Kathmandu-it's around 17 miles, or a 90-minute drive, from the downtown area. In the event that you're in a rush, it's not difficult to go in the early morning, making it on schedule for sunrise and breakfast, and return to Kathmandu before lunch. There are likewise heaps of spots to remain if you need to stay close by. While Nagarkot is a very touristy region and famous with domestic guests, it's not difficult to escape from the clamor with short strolls outside of town to the encompassing open country.

Sarangkot Hill

If you have a desire to get a little nearer to the Annapurna ranges than Lakeside Pokhara, take a taxi up Sarangkot Hill. This hill lies just between Phewa Lake and Fishtail. When you get to the top, the entire scene of mountains opens up to you, with probably the most elevated mountains on the planet on one side, and Phewa Tal and Pokhara on the other. You can add up some adventurous activities like paragliding from Sarangkot. However, an early morning trip on schedule for the sunrise is similarly energizing.

Helicopter Tour 

A helicopter tour is an ideal decision for individuals who don't ought the physical barriers to arrive at the astonishing site of Nepal. Even though Nepal is a little nation however it is a world in itself, God has favored this land with charming mountains, slopes, astounding untamed life, and some more. With time, helicopter tour in Nepal is getting popular day by day.

Some of the famous Helicopter Tours operated in Nepal are:  

Everest Base Camp 
Annapurna Base Camp 
Langtang Helicopter Tour 
Rara Helicopter Tour 
Muktinath Helicopter Tour 
Pokhara Helicopter Tour 
Kailash Mansarovar Helicopter Tour 

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