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12 Days Yoga Adventure Retreat in Nepal

  • Kathmandu, Pokhara and Nayapul

12 Days Yoga Adventure Retreat in Nepal

  • Kathmandu, Pokhara and Nayapul

Yoga Retreat in Nepal

If you appreciate yoga, meditation, exotic cultures and stunning scenery then you'll love our tours. Our experienced team of yogis and guides are dedicated to share with you the cultural, natural and spiritual treasures of the world's most enchanting locations. We offer a thoughtfully planned variety of experiences for body, mind and spirit that will leave you with a deep sense of rejuvenation, calm and inspiration.


  • Yoga classes combined with trekking
  • Experienced yoga teachers and expert guides
  • Sightseeing UNESCO world heritage site in Kathmandu valley
  • Discovering the beauty of mountainous places in Nepal
  • Breakfast every morning
  • 11 nights accommodation
  • 11 days with instruction
  • English
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You will be staying at three-star hotels (by Nepalese standard) in Kathmandu and Pokhara, in shared twin rooms or private rooms.

Please note that it might be the case that even if you opt for a private room and pay the supplement, you might have to share with another traveler for two-three days of the trek.

Day 1:

Arrival at Tribhuwan International Airport (TIA), Nepal and transfer to hotel. Evening orientation meeting and after that we have a yoga and meditation class. Overnight at hotel.

Day 2:

Morning yoga class. After breakfast, go sightseeing at a UNESCO world heritage site in Kathmandu valley including visiting the Syambhunath also known as Monkey Temple - one of the oldest Buddhist Stupa in Valley, and the Bhaktapur Durbar Square - the finest example of metal, wood and stone carving back to the 13th century. Drive back and stay overnight in the hotel. Meditation in the evening.

Day 3:

Yoga class in the morning. After breakfast, 3 hours drive to start rafting in Trishuli river, an experience of Himalayan white water. Once we reach the river bank, we will have some briefing about rafting and on the equipment then start rafting for about 3 hour and stop for lunch. We then continue to raft for about an hour and stay by the river bank. Tented camp, barbecue, camp firing music etc at the romantic river bank. People who don't want to join the rafting have option of going to the river bank camp early, swim, rest and stay there until the group arrives.

Day 4:

After breakfast by the river bank, we will drive to Pokhara (4 hours journey) by private van or bus. Overnight at hotel in Pokhara - the Lake city.

Day 5:

After breakfast, drive 1.5 hours from Pokhara to Nayapul and start trekking to Tikhedhunga / Ulleri. Overnight at a simple guest house - 1600 meters above sea level. On the trekking, tourists can practice their own yoga and meditation.

Day 6:

After breakfast, well trek to Ghorepani- 5 to 6 hours of walking through the village and jungle (watch out for the steps and donkeys). Overnight at a simple guest house 2775 meters above sea level.

Day 7:

Early morning, well hike to Poonhill to see the sunrise and mountain view. In a clear day, we can have a panoramic and close up view of 10 different Himalaya peaks. After that, well trek back to Ghorepani and have breakfast. Then well trek to Tadapani - 5 to 6 hours through the forest, a nice wild walk. Overnight at simple guest house.

Day 8:

After breakfast, trek down to Chomorong. Stay in Chomorong - a beautiful Gurung village or walk down to Jhihu (for a natural hotspring bath). Stay there in a simple guest house.

Day 9:

Trek to Syaulibazzar and then to Nayapul and drive back to Pokhara by van or bus. Overnight at hotel.

Day 10:

Free and easy day or do sightseeing (optional) and boating in Phewa, the lake of Pokhara, evening stroll around lake side town. Overnight at hotel. You may also choose to do laundry, paragliding, Zipline, and etc)

Day 11:

After breakfast, drive back to Kathmandu (or can go by plane for an extra 117 USD). Well have a half-day of shopping and enjoy a typical Nepali cultural show and dinner in the evening.

Day 12:

After departure, drive home from the airport.

  • Tara Das

    Tara Das is the international director of Bohemian Tours. He has taught Bhakti yoga, Hindu philosophy, and mantra meditation for the last 25 years. He lived and traveled in India and Nepal for six years, where he took company and studied with many gurus and swamis. He is a certified Laughter yoga instructor, expert storyteller. and guides many tours in India.

  • Activities
  • Mountain biking
  • General
  • Picnic area
  • Services
  • Currency exchange nearby
  • Laundry
  • Shop nearby
  • Astrology reading
  • Enjoy a typical Nepali cultural show
  • Everest mountain flight
  • Go shopping
  • Paragliding
  • River rafting
  • Sightseeing and boating in Phewa Lake of Pokhara
  • Take a traditional Nepali cooking class
  • Zip lining
  • Airport pickup and drop off services
  • Boat ride in Phewa lake Pokhar
  • Farewell dinner with cultural programs
  • Himalayan white water rafting for 1 night / 2 days
  • Insurance, meals, accommodation and other expenses of trekking crew (guide and porters)
  • Necessary trek permit and national park fee
  • Simple tea house lodge accommodation with only 1 breakfast and one cup of tea during the trek
  • Transportation by tourist bus (Kathmandu - Pokhara - Kathmandu and Pokhara -Nayapul - Pokhara)
  • Three star hotel (Nepalese standard) in Kathmandu and Pokhara with twin sharing bed and breakfast basis, but 1 lunch and 2 dinners included
  • International flight
  • All personal expenses raised by events which are not under our control
  • City sightseeing tour in Kathmandu and Pokhara and flight fare (if clients prefer to fly from Pokhara to Kathmandu)
  • Lunch and dinner for the trip and also water, chocolate, beer, cola, tea / coffee
  • Nepal visa fee, travel insurance, tips to guide and porters, monument entry fee in Kathmandu
  • Personal equipment and clothing

Arrival by airplane

Arrive at Tribhuwan International Airport. From the airport, you will be picked up. The pickup is included in the price.

What to bring

  • 2 passport photos for trekking permit and 1 photo for visa on arrival
  • A one - liter hard water bottle to be filled up along the trekking trail
  • A pair of sandals
  • Back pack
  • Bath towel
  • Camera
  • Chap stick
  • Day pack (rucksack)
  • Headlamp (preferrable) or Flashlight (torch)
  • Jacket for poon hill trek
  • Knee supports (optional for the downhill portions of the trek)
  • Light sweater
  • Light-weight cotton clothing
  • Loose stomach and nausea medicine
  • Mosquito repellent
  • School supplies (pens, notebooks, colored pencils etc.)
  • Sleeping bag
  • Small First-aid-kit ( Bohemian Tours will also provide one)
  • Sun cream
  • Sun hat
  • Sunglasses
  • Swiss Army Knife
  • Toiletries for trek (toilet paper, soap, shampoo, etc.)
  • Trekking poles
  • Warm jacket for zero celcius (during winter months)
  • Water proof jacket (a fold -away windcheater is fine)
  • Water purification tablets or some other technique for purifying water
  • Well worn hiking boots or shoes
  • Yoga mat (there’s provide used mats)
  • A reservation requires a deposit of 100% of the total price.
  • The deposit is fully refundable if the booking is cancelled up to 2 days before the arrival date.


  • Review by Mel S from Australia
    10 out of 10

    "I have done 3 tours through Bohemian, 2 to India and 1 to Nepal. Each time my expectation are more than met.Nothing is too much trouble, the staff and guides are supportive, helpful and just amazing human beings. They go out of their way to make things as easy as possible from booking until leaving for home.The hotels we stayed at were great, places to eat and food is terrific, days are filled with optional activities or do your own thing and our pleasure on every day of our trip was at it's peak. The tours are amazing value for money. Without a doubt I will be doing another Bohemian tour as will my friends who travelled with me!"

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  • Review by Alex T
    9 out of 10

    " I recently returned from The 12 day Tiger Trek. It was the most incredible experience I have ever had! The people were wonderful and the company is very well run! Everything is very well planned out with great accommodations! I was nervous about where we would be staying in the mountains but all the guest house far exceeded my expectations! They are simple but lovely and we had western toilets everywhere we stayed. You will have pit toilets along the trek. Bringing your own toilet paper is a must. Also when packing remember less is more! Your porters will carry so much for you but you don't need it all! You can leave extra bags at your hotel in Pokhara. I recommend leaving lots of clean clothes there! Really on your trek you will not need much! Be considerate of the awesome people who will carry all your stuff with a smile! Bring water proof gear too as it can rain! I was also very happy to have a 3 liter water bladder in my day pack. And bring meds! You may have some stomach issues! We danced, ate, and had so much fun every night! It was a fabulous first experience in Nepal! I definitely left a piece of my heart there! I will definitely be returning! A special shout out to Shree and Ram the best guides the world has to offer and Sudip, Jayasing, Pravin, Gumbu, and Manvahadur are the kindest, strongest and most wonderful people I have met! Thank you Bohemian Tours for an excellent vacation! If you choose not to go on this journey you'll regret it!!! "

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  • Review by Anna Sofia Meza from Arizona
    9 out of 10

    " After a weeks worth of research in regards to the legitimacy of Bohemian Tour we booked this tour through Groupon with an offer to good to pass by. We've traveled quite a bit on our own and had never traveled on a guided tour before, so India seemed like the perfect country for it, since we didn't know the language nor the customs. Honestly my expectations for this tour were very low because I didn't want to be bombed out about it if it really turned out to be a horrible tour. So far, its been one if not the most memorable trip I have ever taken. We really lucked out with the members of our tour bus, we got along very well with each other and got to speak to every member of the tour bus and made several long time friends. From our arrival to India Bohemian tours picked us up at the airport and and they also drop you off at the airport as part of the tour. Mukesh (tour group leader) and his wife Chanchal were both very welcoming, available, friendly, informative, and accommodating to all of us. Vichi our trip tour guide was very knowledgeable, friendly and accommodating as well and every now and then he would bust out with a little joke. All of the hotels were comfortable clean and decent. We never felt threatened or unsafe in anyway and our tour guide would warn us in regards to what to expect or what to be aware of on our tour stops. I didn't have time to read a guide book about the cities we would be visiting nor the history about all these beautiful palaces, tombs, or maharajas. I strongly recommend you do so before you go because India is so rich in culture and history that I was very intrigued with wanting to know more about it. Our tour guide was great in telling us about the all the sites and its history but I was so amazed by the enormity of the country's history that I just wanted to absorb it all. I'm looking forward for Bohemian Tours to offer a tour of Southern India because I would love to visit this magical country again. "

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  • Review by Megan from Pennsylvania
    9 out of 10

    "I may live the rest of my life and never have another experience quite like the time spent in Nepal. This trek was amazing-everything I hoped for and more."

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  • Review by a traveler from New Jersey
    9 out of 10

    "Me and 3 friends bought the tour through Groupon and did not know what to expect, in fact we were going in with no expectations. But right from day 1 to the last day we will remember the trip for the rest of our lives. From Thamel to Pokhara to the mountains and all the side trips to Chitwan national park to para-gliding , zip-lining and white water rafting, the experience was amazing but all that would not have been amazing without the group of people and now new friends we met on this trip."

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  • Review by Viola from Canada
    9 out of 10

    " We have nothing but the best things to say about the Spirit of the Himalayas trip. Like some of the other trip mates, I did not know what to expect from the trip when I joined. I was drawn to the Taj and meditation in India. But the trip was a lot more than expected. I enjoyed the trip because it is more than just going from site to site. There is life in the trip -- talking to Americans who chose to stay in India; going to a local wedding; seeing how people pray; trying to pray in their way... On top of that we still do the tourist stuff, like shopping, Taj, massage.. It was a very well planed tour. This trip will not be the same without our guides Mukesh, his lovely wife and our yoga instructor Nanda. Mukesh has such a permanent smile on his face, so friendly and always helpful. He and his wife make us feel love. Nanda gives a western perspective and show us how to appreciate the culture. At the end, the trip is like a good movie -- somehow I know it is not 100% reality, but is 100% enjoyable. I will recommend your tours to my friends and will come again when future allows. "

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  • Review by Annette from anada
    9 out of 10

    " I booked this tour with a friend with no expectations. Even though I have traveled quite a bit I had no idea what to expect. From the minute we landed in Delhi (2 days prior to starting tour) we were met by a driver and looked after fabulously. Hotels have all been very acceptable by Indian standards. (Not to be confused by North American standards) Our guides were very knowledgeable on everything from history, religion, customs and culture etc. they were helpful and pleasant and no communication problems. We found the local people of all the cities very friendly and interesting. Tipping goes a long way when traveling in India and also appreciated accordingly. Food is awesome!! Our bus was newer and air conditioned and driver was prompt and negotiated the roads with finesse. The historical tours of the forts and palaces were spectacular!! Understanding the history of India is paramount to grasping some of the architecture and design. I would definitely recommend this company for tours of India. ( I would add that if you are at all squeamish concerning unpleasant odors this may not be the country to visit for you.) they do have more green space than I imagined there would be and it is still a developing country. "

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  • Review by jjanesa from United Kingdom
    9 out of 10

    "We have just returned from our christmas trek to Nepal. This was a trip of a life time. Bohemian Tours was very professional, from before we actually left (all queries responded to promptly) and throughout the tour. The hotels were good but cold! The lodges were basic but authentic and there were always cosy blankets to hand. The food was plentiful and delicious. The guide and porters ensured our every need was met."

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