Visit Nepal in August

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Visit Nepal in August can give you an amazing experience. While August is still a month of monsoon. Visitors to Nepal in August will be welcomed by  green rice fields and agricultural land. High altitude hiking is out of the question, but trails in the magical Mustang and upper Mustang remain are dry. Gorkha, Chepang Hill, Trek near Kathmandu, Hot spring trek, Ghorepani Ghandruk and many more are  other suitable region. The best destinations to trek Nepal in August are:

Hot Spring Trek

Hot Spring Trek is the famed trekking in the Annapurna region. This recline in between the famous Ghorepani Poon Hill to Jomsom Muktinath trial. Although we can turn over from Tatopani. As a result, it is a partial trek in the Annapurna region which is a comfortable and effortless trek.

Likewise, Ghorepani is famous for its panorama view from Poon Hill. We can appreciate the sunrise and panoramic view of the Himalayan range from the top of the hill.

En route to Hot Spring Trek Dhaulagiri (8,167m) and Annapurna (8,091m) along with a maze of other peaks. There gradually appear, just like magic that your eye could not believe. This area is famous for its own local culture, tradition, and unique values.

Hot spring trek where we can found natural hot water. People believe that it is natural medicine and different types of skin diseases used to be cure through that hot water.

As well as the majority of people living in this area are Gurungs & Magars community people. Dense rhododendron forests full of birds, and deep sub-tropical valleys can be seen. Similarly, Annapurna with the picturesque peak of Machhapuchhare (Fishtail Peak) dominates the skyline.

Hot Spring trek is possible throughout the year. It begins with trekking with spectacular Mountain views and culture. The trek starts from Nayapul and ends in Tatopani. It is possible to do Guesthouse or hotel basic trekking. Private rooms are accessible in most Lodge.

Every Guest house serves the traditional Nepali meal Dal Bhat (rice, curry, and lentil soup). Most hotels or teahouses provide menu food according to the interest of tourists. Many of them have western food on the menu. Soft drinks, snacks, wine, and beer are also available in most of the guesthouses and trailside restaurants.

Trek near Kathmandu

Trek near Kathmandu is a great experience of Kathmandu valley. A short trek around the Kathmandu Valley gives you the opportunity to take in terrific mountain vistas and visit rural Nepali villages without having to venture too far from the capital or deal with the altitude sickness that plagues other treks in the country. Here’s what you need to know before your hike.

He then established a city and made Dharmakar the ruler of the valley land. After some time, a demon named Banasur closed the outlet, and the valley again turned into a lake. Then Lord Krishna came to Nepal, killed Banasur, and again drained out the water. He brought some Gopals along with him and made Bhuktaman the king of Nepal.

The Kathmandu Valley may have been inhabited as early as 900 BC. Since the oldest known objects in the valley date to a few hundred years BC. Four stupas around the city of Patan are said to have been erected by  Charumati. She was the daughter of the Maurya emperor Ashoka.

In the third century BCE, attest to the ancient history present within the valley. As with the tales of the Buddha’s visit, there is no evidence supporting Ashok’s visit, but the stupas probably date to that century. The Licchavis, whose earliest inscriptions date to 464 AD.

Kathmandu is a magical city that is an aromatic mix of beauty, nature, and wildlife. The magnificent views of the high Himalayas are indeed a sight to behold. Clearly, they are also an adventurer’s dream, and you can always find hope waiting to scale the tall peaks.

Some energetic tourists may not have enough time but still want to get a whiff of the pristine mountain air.  At that time you are able to test the short and sweet trek around Kathmandu valley.

There are many beautiful hills around Kathmandu they are all green tall hills that are very beautiful. The best part is that all the Hill Stations are very easily accessible from any part of the valley. The best way to explore these hill stations is to go for an overnight stay. A night at these hill stations guarantees the sunset and sunrise views in the Himalayas.

To sight, the sun setting or emerging on the horizon where Himalayan peaks lie is itself a fascinating moment. Phulchoki, Nagarkot, Shivapuri, Nagarjun, and Chandragiri are the major attractive hill around Kathmandu. Namobuddha, Dhulikhel, Chisapani, and Kakani are also important short trekking and hiking destination near Kathmandu.

Upper Mustang Trek

Upper Mustang Trek is one of the popular and historical treks in Nepal.  In Nepali Language Mustang is known as “fertile plain”. The Kingdom of Lo is a remote and isolated region of the Nepalese Himalayas.

The Upper Mustang trek is into the remote Trans-Himalayan Region of this semi-independent Tibetan Kingdom. Spectacular trekking through the striking semi-arid desert.

As a result, colorful rock formations, deep ravines, and snow-capped peaks surround you. The history, culture, myth, and legend blend perfectly with the stunning scenery.

In common usage, the name Mustang refers to the arid Tibet-like region at the northern end of the Kali Gandaki. In the same way, Mustang has a long, rich, and complex history. That makes it one of the most interesting places in Nepal.

Moreover, Upper Mustang Trek is the remote and classic trek in Nepal. The people there speak the Thakali language and culture combine with the Tibetan and Nepalese elements. Likewise, Lo itself the countryside is similar to the Tibetan plateau. With its endless expanses of yellow and grey rolling hills eroded by wind.

Although villages are several hours apart and appear in the distance almost as mirages. After the Shas of Gorkha forged Nepal out of numerous petty Kingdoms in the 18th century.  The late King of Mustang Jigme Palbar Bista (1933–2016) accepted the order.

Trekkers into Upper Mustang Trek (north of Kagbeni) are required to purchase a $500 per person permitted. As well as it is valid for 10 days. For additional settlement, you need to pay $50 per day per person. In addition to the restricted permit, you’ll also need to purchase an Annapurna Conservation Area Permit (ACAP).

The geographical and political isolation from the mainstream has been vital to preserving the distinct culture, and ancient essences of the centuries-old monastery.

Ghorepani Ghandruk Trek

Ghorepani is a village in the Myagdi District in the Dhaulagiri Zone of northern-central Nepal. Ghandruk Ghorepani Trek is a short and sweet trek at the bottom Himalayan range. The village lies within the Annapurna Conservation Area (ACA). Therefore we require a national park permit to visit (ACA). Early time drinking water was not supplied in this place.

Villagers used the horses to collect the water in this place. The etymological meaning of Ghodepani means horse to water. That’s why this place was known as Ghodepani. The word Ghodepani converts to Ghorepani.

Ghandruk Ghorepani Trek offers a remarkable mountain background along with charming villages. Inhabited particularly by the Gurungs, Poon & Magars. Similarly, a dense rhododendron forest full of birds and deep sub-tropical valleys attract tourists. All set below the Annapurna’s with the charming peak of Machhapuchhare (Fishtail) dominating the horizon.

Thus, one of the foremost tourist attractions of this trip is Poon Hill. Possibly the Most Remarkable Mountain predicaments on Earth. Which is the main residence of Poon Magar.

This is an unbelievable occasion for your eyes. As you see the majestic views of sunrise above this snow-capped Himalayas. Ghandruk offers a distinguished panoramic scene of Annapurna south, Machhapuchhare, and Hiunchuli.

In the same way, you can get information about the social and cultural activities of typical local people. Their customs, traditions, social behavior, and culture are completely unique.

Chepang Hill Trek

Chepang Hill Trek is an opportunity to realize the socio and cultural status of marginalized people in the bottom hill of Nepal.   The indigenous Tibeto-Burman community inhabits the ridges of the Mahabharat mountain range of central Nepal.

Similarly, the shy and nomadic Chepangs have over the past two or three generations been more outwardly and semi-nomadic. They live in caves or thatched houses relying increasingly on production. Thus, they grow maize, millet, and bananas.

Generally, Chepang people practice Hinduism and Buddhism, however, they follow Animism. Their language is Tibet-Burman, Raute, and Raji. Chepang language is one of the rare languages which use a duodecimal counting system.
In the same way, Lack of education, awareness, and health facilities, the people are backward in common society.

Only 15 percent of Chepangs are literate and almost 90 percent of Chepangs are below the poverty line. The school enrollment rate is very low and the drop-out rate is very high.

Chepangs possess vast indigenous knowledge about herbal medicines.  In terms of food, fiber, medicine, housing materials, fodder, and various other needs.

Ghalegaun Short Trek

Ghalegaun Short Trek is a fascinating village. It is situated on the foothills of Annapurna and Lamjung Himal around 2,100 meters above sea level. The normal route to reach Ghale Gaun is through the Besisahar-Baglungpani-Kapur Gaun.

This is one of the admired homestay destinations in Nepal. Ghale Gaun is probably one of the best examples of homestay villages among the South Asian villages which are promoting community-based touring with courteous hospitality.

Thus, Ghalegaun Short Trek is a hilly settlement that comes under Kholasothar Rural Municipality.  As a result, it is on its way to becoming the first “smart village” in the country. To materialize this vision, villagers are currently working towards beautifying the village.  By laying out new flower beds, replacing roofs on old houses, among other overhauls.

Originally inhabited by Tamu (Gurung sub-caste) folks, Ghale Gaun features homestay facilities. In an idyllic rural setting that highlights the Tamu culture through its hospitality. Therefore, the village showcases the rich culture and history of the Tamu people.

Through age-old cultural dances like Ghatu, Krishna Charitra, Sorathi, and Jhyaure Nach. These dances are always accompanied by traditional musical instruments. Brought to life by dancers bedecked in traditional Gurung dresses.

Generally, this village is popular as a Ghale Gaun from the beginning. Ghale Gaun village tour upgrades the rural economy, local’s involvement, typical culture. As well as the homestay village provides a solar hot shower, a basic room, clean outside toilet. Buffalo milk, fresh vegetables, seasonal fruits are available.

In the same way, Locals make a tumpline, basket from the Himalayan bamboo, rural lifestyle, Gurung, Ghale tradition, hospitality, even daily lifestyle is interesting. Similarly, Annual approximately 20000 people with 1000 foreigners visit there. Ghanpokhara at 2175 m (60 households, 45 minutes hiking) and Bhujung at 1642 m (500 households).

Nar Phu Valley Trek

Nar Phu Valley Trek is in the Valley of the Nar Khola in the Manang district of Nepal. The Nar Phu Valley trek is a real Himalayan desert. That is remarkable and outstanding due to nature and culture.

In the same way, high peaks and passes, glaciers, remote villages, narrow canyons are lies on the way. Lovely forests, amazing rock formations, yaks, gompas, and unique ethnically Tibetan cultures.

That features a mix of raw Himalayan nature and ancient Buddhist culture. Moreover, the trek through the Nar & Phu valleys combines  Closed to trekkers until late 2002. Tucked between the more visited Annapurna and Manaslu regions.

Similarly, Nar Phu is a true hidden gem that offers trekkers a rare opportunity to explore unspoiled valleys. That features a mix of raw Himalayan nature and ancient Buddhist culture.

Likewise, Nar Phu Valley Trek is starting at Besisahar, the trek quickly diverges from routes with more foot traffic and into the remote Nar & Phu valleys. As a result, passing colorful Tibetan chaityas and prayer stones into deep canyons and gorges. These are ideal ways to learn about life deep in the mountains of Nepal.

Historical Gorkha Village Tour

The historical Gorkha Village Tour is a very important local and valuable tour for those who want to reality. Gorkha’s attraction is the historic old Durbar, the original palace of the Shah dynasty.  It has been maintained well and is a major tourist destination.

Visit Nepal in August

Similarly, the Kalika temple is situated on a hilltop of the headquarter of Gorkha.  We can observe the panoramic view of the Himalayas and most of the local villages of the Gorkha district from here.

And other attractions are the Historical Gorkha Village Tour has Bhimsen Thapa Gaun Palika tour. It is the birthplace of political leader and national heroes Bhimshen Thapa and Dullav Jaisi. Thapa was the first prime minister of Nepal.

He was able to protect the sovereignty power of Nepal through the colonization beaver of the British people. Dallas was the political advisor of king Ram Shah of the historical Gorkha kingdom.

The historical Gorkha Village Tour is a major pilgrimage, historical, cultural, and local destination. The main attraction is the Gorkha Durba, the former palace of the Shahs, a local and traditional village. Not only that, Tarakhase, Siddhakali Temple, Brick Pond of Dhawa, and monuments built by Bhimsen Thapa.

In the Historical Gorkha Village, Tour Gorkha Durbar is a fort, a palace, and a temple all in one. This magnificent architectural confection is perched high above Gorkha on a knife-edge ridge. As well as, we can see outstanding views over the Trisuli Valley and the soaring peaks of the Annapurna and Ganesh Himalaya.

We have several programs for tourist attractions for a short or long time to explore. Nepal has several ancient pilgrimage sites.

Some well-known pilgrimage sites are Baraha Chhetri, Halesi Mahadev, Janakpur, Pathibhara, Tengboche monastery. As well as, Junbesi Monastery, Manakamana Temple, Muktinath. Gosainkunda, Swargadwari, Khaptad Ashram, and many more.

Our service for our guest

Similarly, Our trips fully support and offer personalized service to our guests. If you’re interested to involve in these trips by your interest, time, and physical and mental preparation it’s fine.

Besides this, Hot Spring Trek, Trek near Kathmandu, Panchase Trek, Ghalegaun Trek, Chepang Hill Trek, Chisapani Nagarkot Trek, Ghorepani Ghandruk Trek are available.

Similarly, Annapurna Circuit Trek – 14 Days, Annapurna Base Camp Trek – 14 Days, and many more are in Annapurna Region.

Other hands, Everest Base Camp Trek – 12 Days, Everest Three Pass Trek – 17 Days are in Everest Region

In Langtang Region Holy Gosainkunda Trek – 6 Days, Langtang Valley Trek – 9 Days, Langtang Gosainkunda Chisapani Trek – 13 Days are available.

Manasalu Area Trek – 15 Days, Upper Mustang Trek – 14 Days, Nar Phu Valley Trek – 12 Days, Rara Lake Trek – 11 Days are in Restricted Region.

As well as Ganesh Himal, Kanchanjunga, Makalu Trek, a

nd furthermore programs are organized by Robinson Crusoe Holidays.

Among the cultural programs; are Honeymoon Tour Package – 10 Days, Nepal Pleasure Tour – 8 Days, Adventure Package Tour – 14 Days, Historical Nepal Tour – 10 Days, Spiritual tour Package – 12 Days, Kathmandu Unique tour – 5 Days, Historical Gorkha Village Tour 9 Days, Nepal India Cultural Tour – 10 Days, Nepal Bhutan Tibet Tour – 12 Days.

Thus, According to your time duration and schedule, please go to our Plan Trip or Customize Trip.

Therefore, Robinson Crusoe Holiday is always ready to provide excellent services for our guests. Based on our cultural motto “Matri Debo Bhaba, Pitrii Debo Bhaba, Atithi Debo Bhaba.” Mother as a God, Father as a God, and Guest as a God.

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Kapil Banjara

Kapil is been working for 7 years in the tourism industry as a professional tour guide. He is a resource person of Nepalese society and politics with culture and tourism under Tribhuvan University for 8 years.
Kapil has also published a tourism-related book titled “Nepalese society and politics with culture and tourism” from Buddha Publication. He has been completed his master’s degree in different social subjects such as Population Studies, Political Science, Educational Planning and Management, and sociology.

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