Gandruk Circuit, Trekking en famille, 10 jours
English German French

Gandruk Circuit, Trekking en famille, 10 jours

Jours: 9 / Difficulté: 2 of 5 (Modérée)

Introduction
Le Gandruk Circuit est une route courte dans la région d’ Annapurna. C’est plutôt facile à marcher. C’est une route que les enfants et aussi les parents vont aimer. En route, vous voyez la riche culture, une diversité géographique énorme et des vues spectaculaires. Le chemin consiste particulièrement des pierres, ça veut dire c’est assez facile a marcher. Si vous désirez à passer des vacances hors norme et d’avoir un temps mémorable avec les enfants, c’est le Gandruk Circuit qu’il faut suivre.

Point le plus haut : 2100m
Art du trek : cabane / tea house
Départ / fin : Kathmandu
attraction principale :  Musée des Gurung, monastère boudhiste, col de Deurali (2100m)


Similar Trips

Ghorepnai-Ghandruk circuit en famille, cabane tour, 11 jours

/ de 935 USD / Jours: 10 / Difficulté: 2 de 5 (Modérée)
Introduciton: Cette route est bien connue car elle est parfaite pour les familles. La route est assez courte et les vues sont spectaculaires. La culture est vaste, les gens sont très gentils et accueillant et vous verrez les plus beau lever et coucher du soleil. En route, vous marchez dans des forêts et vous y verrez du rhododendron et des orchidées. Les habitants de cet région ont leur...

Details

Gorepani — Poon Hill trekking en famille

/ de 820 USD / Jours: 10 / Difficulté: 2 de 5 (Modérée)
Gorepani est une route courte et très connue à Nepal qui vous guide dans la région de l’Annapurna Himalayan Range. La vue est spectaculaire, la diversité de la culture et de la géographique est vaste. Ici, vous allez voir un lever et coucher du soleil mémorable. Dans cette région, ce sont les Magar et Gurung qu’y vivent. Sur cette route, vous voyez des montagnes comme Annapurna I...

Details

Mardi Himal Trekking with Children, 10 Days

/ de 935 USD / Jours: 10 / Difficulté: 3 de 5 (Modérée à intense)
Mardi Himal Trekking avec les enfants est une randonnée courte et assez dans la région de l'Annapurna qui permet à vos enfants de profiter pleinement des visages vifs de la nature. Mardi Himal Trekking se trouve à l'est du sentier du camp de base de l'Annapurna et offre une vue imprenable sur les montagnes enneigées telles que Annapurna (8091m), Mardi Himal (5553m), Hiunchuli (6443m),...

Details

Itinéraire:
1ière journée
: Arrivée à Kathmandu, rendez-vous avec SFT à l’aéroport et transfert à votre hôtel. Boisson de bienvenue et briefing, relaxer.

2ième journée : Sightseeing Tour de patrimoines culturel mondial (Bouddhanath,Pasupatinath, Swayambhunath et Kathmandu Durbar Square) en voiture privée. Hébergement dans votre hôtel.

3ième journée : Kathmandu à Pokhara (820m) en bus touristique (6-7 heures).
Départ à 7 heures le matin. Sightseeing avec le guide, hébergement dans votre hôtel à Pokhara.


4ième journée :  Pokhara à Ghandruk (1940m, 4-5 heures). Aller en taxi (1.5 heures) à Nayapul et commencer le trek de Nayapul à Syauli Bazar (1.5 heures). Descendre à Kimche (1 heure), déjeuner.Continuer à marcher jusqu’au village de Ghandruk (2 heures).Belle vue sur Fish Tail, Annapurna South et des autres montagnes enneiges. Le soir, vous pouvez visiter le monastère et le musée avec votre guide. Hébergement dans une cabane.

5ième journée :  Ghandruk à Landruk (1565m, 4-5 heures). Le matin après le petit-déjeuner vous allez descendre à Kyumi (2 heures). Après le déjeuner vous marchez au village de Landruk (2 heures). Hébergement dans une cabane.

6ième journée :  Landruk à Dampus (1650m, 5-6 heures). Le chemin monte à Tolka et vous allez marcher en zig-zag vers des forêts pour arriver au village de Deurali (3 heures). Après le déjeuner, vous continuez à marcher à Pothana et au village de Dampus (2 heures). Hébergement dans une cabane.

7ième journée :  Dampus à Pokhara (820m, 2-3 heures). Aujourd’hui vous retournez à la vallée de Pokhara en descendant. Vous arrivez à Phedi après 3 heures. De là, vous prenez un taxi à Pokhara. Si vous désirez, vous pouvez visiter Pokhara avec votre guide. Hébergement dans un hôtel.

8ième journée :  Pokhara à Kathmandu en bus touristique (6-7 heures). Transfert à votre hôtel.

9ième journée :  Sightseeing Tour de patrimoines culturel mondial. Dans la vallée de Kathmandu on a 7 patrimoines culturel mondial! Hébergement dans votre hôtel.

10ième journée :  Après le petit-déjeuner, transfert à l’aéroport — bon retour!

Si vous désirez, c’est tout à fait possible de amender à votre goût, pour plus d’information merci de nous écrire un mail à snftnepal@yahoo.de et snftnepal@mail.com.np

Notez: En cas d’urgence durant le trek, un hélicoptère sera arrangé par Swiss Family Treks & Expedition GmbH. C’est aux clients de supporter les frais.

Tour est disponible

Prix Adulte moins de 12 ans moins de 6 ans
USD 1,140 845 755
EUR 1.074 796 711
SFr 1.143 848 757

Notre tour package contient:
*Récupérer de l’aéroport/hôtel et transfert avec une voiture ou un van
*Accommodation avec un petit-déjeuner (standard hôtel 3 étoiles à Pokhara / cabane)
*Repas (petit-déjeuner, déjeuner et dîner) avec du thé et café durant le trek
*Pokhara et Kathmandu city tour
*Une boisson froide par enfant par jour
*nuits dans des auberges durant le trek
*1 guide qui est expert, accueillant et serviable / porteur (1 porteur pour 2 personnes)  leur repas/accommodation, salaire, équipement et leur assurance
*Passavants nécessaires pour l’Annapurna
*Tourist service taxe
*Office service taxe
*Taxes d’impôt
*Vol KTM/Pokhara/KTM



Non inclu:
*tout les repas à Kathmandu sauf le petit-déjeuner
*Assurance voyage (si vous désirez que nous réglons ça pour vous, nous sommes à votre disposition)
*Frais d’avion de et à Nepal
*Visa
*Objets personnels
*Boissons alcoolisées, softdrinks et eau minérale, lessive, appel téléphonique, internet   
*équipement pour le trekking (sac de couchage  et veston sont à votre disposition pour louer ou pour acheter à Kathmandu)
* Pourboire pour les guides, porteurs, chauffeur (un pourboire est expecté mais facultative)


Gandruk Circuit, Trekking en famille, 10 jours


Captcha


Swiss Family Treks & Expedition GmbH, Switzerland
Swiss Himalayan Family Treks & Expedition P. Ltd

Adresse
Ganeshtan-6, Pharping Kathmandu, Nepal

Téléphone +977 4710390
Portable +977 9803200543 Stephan
Portable +977 9849193453 Ashta
Email snftnepal@yahoo.de

  • Ghandruk Circuit (Loop) Family Lodge Trek and Chitwan Tour, 10 Days 28 December 2013 to 06 January 2014

"Swiss Family Treks and Expedition was our partner for the trip to Nepal from the beginning. Their advice on where to go, how long to stay and the trek stays were invaluable. As was the service when we go to Nepal. From their driver, ever so patient and smiling, to our trek guide, Lalu, who became our friend away from home, with our two porters, we had wonderful support since the day we landed to the day we left Nepal.”
“While we were planning the trip and trek, Swiss Family Treks was of great help. They understood exactly what we were looking for and were not afraid of reworking the trip plan a few times until we got what we wanted. We made a fantastic trip, including a few days in Kathmandu, a challenging enough trekking, a couple of days in Pokhara, so beautiful with its lake, a few days in Chitwan, a great National Park worth visiting."
“We started exchanging emails months before the trip. The advice regarding hotels, such as the Pokhara Temple Tree Resort, was excellent. The lodges chosen in our 4 day trek, the Gandhruk Loop, were all good, some better than others, but all full of character and fun.”
“This trek, the Gandhruk Loop, is just amazing. Every corner of the dirt roads so staircases bring a new flash of wonderful mountains. The Annapurna massif is just a marvel to the eyes. Waking up at a lodge and having a peak to one of this mountains is a bless from heaven.”
“We went in January; it was very cold, but dry and sunny. We really enjoyed it, but be prepared for very very cold nights.”
Warm regards,
Ana, Ronaldo and Gabi - from São Paulo, Brazil

  • Ghandruk Circuit Family Lodge Trek 6 Days 15 May to 20 May 2014

With two young children (6 and 10 years old) the potential for a seven day trek in Nepal to go seriously wrong is fairly high. However, with Swiss-Nepal family organising the trek, our holiday in Nepal turned out to be a great outdoor adventure that our family will remember fondly for a long time.
The fact that Stephan, a Swiss national and one of the two owners of Swiss Family Treks, has lived in Nepal for many years and has four children of his own means that guests get a service which is perfect for families with young children.  He and his partner's Nepalese national, backgrounds mean that they understand the needs and expectations of Western families travelling in Nepal and are able to offer a fun, safe, and exciting outdoor experience in Nepal. We undertook a six day trek, starting near Pokhara across the Annupurna mountain range (4-7 hours trekking each day) followed by two days of water rafting on the Trishuli river.  Stephan and his team allocated a terrific guide (excellent English and a very patient and flexible attitude) along with two porters who were also very capable and strong!  My wife and I wanted to carry our own backpacks, and initially thought that a guide plus two porters was overkill. However, when my wife came down with a fever, she had to hand her back pack to one of the porters, and we were grateful that we had the extra person to help carry the load.  We thought that the 6 year old might struggle with the trek and would need a bit of carrying herself, but she turned into quite the trooper and walked every inch of the way. With two young children, one of my wife's main concerns was safety; our porter had been trained in basic first aid and was very conscious of safety during the trek. He stayed with us, never walking ahead.  My wife quizzed him, and he explained what they would do in the event of an emergency (broken bone, altitude sickness, etc).  Moreover, the group that Swiss Family Treks organized to take us rafting was again very safety conscious, and at one point had us leave the raft to walk around a particularly dangerous set of rapids. Another great thing about Swiss Family Treks was the routes they chose were “spot-on” for our abilities, and I got the sense that they knew the mountain passes inside out and could vary the route accordingly.  They also picked excellent spots for lunch and for the overnight stays.  This is a real advantage; spending time trying to pick a good lunch option or a good overnight place (from all tea houses on offer) is really ‘pot luck’ for most travellers, and one is bound to make some bad choices.  With Swiss Family Treks, the places chosen were universally the best on offer as far as we could tell (although I hope the team does review new options that arise, and continue to evaluate existing places). All of this made everything so much smoother and gave us the ability to just relax and not worry about logistics at all during the trek. We could take our ease and mentally relax without having to organise anything (we have enough organising to do at home and in our day-jobs!). One might do this experience somewhat cheaper, but for the extra cost involved, choosing Swiss-Nepal family was more than well worth it.  A brilliant team and a great overall experience. The Green bus service to Pokhara is really good by the way, if you don’t like flying on those tiny airplanes.  The green-line bus driver was punctual and safe and not taking the crazy risks that everybody else is taking. Better than a car and ten times cheaper.
Natasha Conlon and Family
4 persons (2 Adults and 2 Children)
Canadian

  • Horse-Riding in Ghandruk Circuit Family Lodge Trek, 9 Days 27 Oct to 04 Nov 2012

Dear Stephan
We had a great trek in Nepal thanks to your good team and organization. Lalu was a very good guide, and had done a great job getting us rooms with attached bathroom and hot water in all the lodges! We also really enjoyed the porters' company - especially Ronik - He has a special ability to be with children and Paul just loved walking with him. We would very much like to come back for another trek next year - and we would love to go with these guys again.
The horse and the horseman (Vijay) were also very good and Paul really enjoyed riding it. We also really enjoyed the sightseeing in the Kathmandu valley and we had a good guide for this too.
Our general impression is however that your agency is very well run and that you offer quality services which gave us an experience for life. We will come back and do treks in Nepal in the future, and will recommend Swiss Family Treks to everybody we meet who want to do family trekking in Nepal!
All the best,
Dagny, Giuseppe and Paul
2 Adults and 1 Child
Norway