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Kathmandu Valley Hiking Half-Day Tour

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Trip at a Glance

  • Company

    Adventure Mission Nepal Treks & Expedition P.Ltd

  • Locations

    Kathmandu, Nepal

  • Activities

    Adventure, Hiking Trekking

  • Price
    $60 USD per person
  • Duration

    ~3 hours

  • Departure Day(s) and Time(s)


  • Starting Location


  • Price Includes

    Guided hike from Kathmandu into Bajrabarahi- Godawari and back.


  • Botanical gardens with native flora of the region, and see the unique bird species of the region
  • Paddy fields, the 3 famous peaks called Langtang Lirung, Ganesh Himal and Manaslu
  • See pine forests, rhododendron trees and varied species of wildflower


Trip Info

Explore an amazing hiking route in the valley of Kathmandu!

This is a day hike starting from the Chapagaun V.D.C in Patan. It’s 3 hours of hike through paddy fields and suburban villages. The Highest point reached is 1550 m from sea level and offers the complete view of the Kathmandu valley and 3 famous peaks langtang Lirung, Ganesh Himal and Manaslu. This trail goes through the Tamang village where the people still have a traditional way of life. 70% of the walk goes through the pine forest with lots of Rhododendron trees and various wild flowers. The walk ends at the Botanical garden of Godavari where you can observe various species of rare plants and flowers found in Nepal. The forest above the botanical garden is famous for bird watching and it’s the migratory passage for birds coming in and out of the Kathmandu valley. Altogether more than 350 species of birds are recorded in the area. You can spend a whole day exploring the botanical garden combined with the hike.

Your adventure awaits!

Adventure Mission Nepal Treks & Expedition P.Ltd

Raj Kumar Dhamala (Raj), Managing Director was born in the Sankosh VDC of Dhading District. Sankosh is a remote village in the south-east side of the Manaslu and Ganesh Himal range. He developed fondness to the mountains while growing with it. His childhood was not very pleasant after losing his mother in early days. He completed primary school in his village and moved to Kathmandu as a domestic helper and continued with studies. After a long hard life of 7 years he completed his high school and entered in the tourism Business at the age of 16 as a porter in 1998. Raj then started working for different companies as porter and later was promoted to a trekking guide and then to a trek leader. He took his license from Nepal Academy of Tourism and Hospitality Management (NATHM) in 2003. Working in Nepalese trekking industry was hard for him as everyone experiences, as lot of guides and porters don’t get timely paid and have very less to survive on. The scenario was same in some of the big companies he worked for. After being unpaid and surrounded with all kinds of trouble he decided to leave for Middle East for work but Destiny had something else for him and he was called for a trekking with a Czech group as they wanted him to accompany them for their trip in Dolpo. It was their second trip in Nepal and the first trip they did with him was pretty successful. After hearing the story about Raj, the Czech team suggests him to quit the plans to go abroad and then start a company on his own so that other guides and porter he would employ won’t have to face the same problems he faced. With the motivation of the Czech group, especially Mr. Jiri Student who is also the Adviser and the God Father of the company and support from the previous guest from different parts of the world Raj started Adventure Mission Nepal as a small trekking agency in Thamel in 2009. I the course of operation Raj Teamed up with some young and enthusiastic IT and Tourism professionals and since then AMN have served people from all over the world from trekkers to soft adventure lovers and climbers. AMN serves 100 of trekkers every year and provides direct employment to around 50 Guides, porters, office staffs and supports tea houses in the trekking trail contributing them by providing good business. AMN is still growing and the area of operation has been expanded to India, Bhutan, and Tibet. From 2014 the company has also started expedition trips and outbound tours to Malaysia, Singapore, Myanmar, Srilanka, Thailand and Kerala in Southern India.

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