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Trekking in Nepal With Kids

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Trekking in Nepal With Kids

Trekking in Nepal with Kids

Trekking in Nepal with Kids is excellent adventures as the specific area with equal panorama Himalaya’s views, nature high hilly Mountain, numerous indigenous ethnic group inhabitant lands Nepal, veracity historical monument monastery and temples, vast cultures, diverse highlanders vegetation, many Species Himalayan wild animals. The Trekking in Nepal with Kids is a more memorable and unique experience with youngest kids.

We all know that kids have the empty brain, healthy and quick achieve powers, so as a parent, Trekking in Nepal with kids will be the prime the education for your youngest toddles, we have various Trekking region in Nepal for family visitors with young kids.

There are effortless to difficulty grades for trekking in Nepal with kids. However, we recommend Soft classes itinerary and more fun adventure trekking region for kids with parents, less altitude without high passes, and telephone access, pony and porters able to findable, medical pharmacy available close to the camp accommodate.

Here is the list of trekking in Nepal with kids

Jomsom Muktinath trek with kids
Annapurna base camp trek with kids
Ghorepani pooh Hill trek with kids
Langtang Valley Trek with kids
Namche Bazaar trek with kids
Everest base camp trek with kids
Kathmandu Pokhara Chitwan tour
Chisapani Nagarkot trek with kids

Nepal wilderness Trekking company provides you entire Nepal trek and tours which visit with your kids. We are local based trekking agency for your journey with kids, our guide and porter are most familiar of these trekking routes, our guide and porters always knew the kids’ interest and desire during your trek in Nepal, we have many reviews in Tripadvisor and also in our blog page of each kids trekking page.

The Discount Cost for kids at any Trek of Nepal: trip cost for 7 – 8 – 9-year-old 10% discount, 4 – 5 – 6-year-old kids’ 20% discount, below 4-year kids is the complimentary trip, however, extra cost for the extra porter to carry him or her.

Tips for trekking in Nepal with kids

Prepare some extra packets of food of kids diet, as their bodies are quite sensitive to different varieties of food.
Check the doctor or a registered nurse before the visit to Nepal.
If the child is below two years, be assured of having a babysitting/carriers with family at Trekking in Nepal with kids. Otherwise, the remaining time you have to hang up with the little toddler make your acid trip.
 While indulging in any of the Nepal trekking activity make sure your child is safe and comfortable, don’t force upon any action on your child mainly, in which they show hesitation.
Learn more about trekking in Nepal and Choose a trekking region that is short and with a less altitude destination that would be interesting to a small child.
Mountain, animal jungle safari, local kids, and water are quite eye-catching for kids and love more.
Don’t plan high altitude destination and high passes trek more than 4500 m. altitude
 Always bring a jacket, a hat and an extra set of clothes.
Stop often for energy breaks, Food and water can be a great reviver and motivator.
Pack a lot of patience and praise; it’s all about the journey, so let them explore every corner and cranny while at the same time praising them for their little activities.

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We visited Nepal twice in April 2013 and May 2014 and on both occasions, we had fabulous treks with NWT. On our first visit, it was our family of 4 with our children aged 3 and 7. They had a great time. My son spent half the time in a porters basket which he loved and frequently napped.

The staff loved kids, so it made our trip that much better. My second trip was with just my son and my brother and our 77-year-old mother. This trip was also fabulous and whenever necessary the NWT staff we super flexible and accommodating of our needs. I can’t say enough good things about them, and whenever we talk about Nepal we always recommend them to our friends…More»

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