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Nepal
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After several months of hard work, which saw everyone pull together to make the necessary repairs, the villagers of Sailung were delighted to re-open their guesthouses in March 2016 and are enjoying receiving guests once again.
Inntravel holidays in Nepal
  • scenery on a humbling scale
  • stay in intimate rural accommodation run by the local community
  • walking holidays with your own guide
  • option to explore Kathmandu

 

To most people, the ranges east of Kathmandu are high mountains, but, at a ‘mere’ 2,000 or so metres above sea level, in Nepal they are referred to as the Mid-Hills, dwarfed by the Himalayas and iconic Mount Everest. One thing that can’t be disputed, however, is their beauty. The steep, terraced slopes are planted with maize, orange trees, rice, buckwheat, barley, sugar cane, chilli peppers, wheat and vegetables, and dotted with stone-built villages. The forests are home to barking deer, macaque and other exotic wildlife, but the outstanding feature is the astonishing views, which stretch across ridge after ridge to the Himalayas themselves.

Few visitors come to the Mid-Hills, but this is not what makes our holidays to Nepal unique. The walking route – accessible to all fit walkers – has been designed with Village Ways, which aims to bring much needed new sources of income to remote villages. As such, you explore in the company of your own local guide and you stay in mountain villages where age-old traditions continue.



 
   
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Nepal – Himalayan Panoramas
Privately guided holidays in Nepal
The mystical hills of the Sailung Valley
Discover the peaceful communities of the remote Sailung Valley beneath an ever-present backdrop of the world’s highest and most spectacular mountains.
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15 Sep-30 Nov 2016 & 1 Mar-30 Nov 2017
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  • 10 nights
  • Grade: 2-3
  • Privately Guided
  • From £2145pp
 
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