10 jours en stage de yoga et trekking à Poon Hill dans l'Annapurna, Népal

Adventurous Yoga Retreat Nepal

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This trip is a truly incredible experience for those wishing to both explore the spiritual heart of Nepal and seek to understand and participate in all the culture that the region has to offer! Enjoying the Poon Hill yoga trek will give travelers to Nepal the opportunity to pass through many popular tourist destinations with the snow-topped Himalayas in their constant backdrop.

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Caractéristiques

  • Daily yoga session
  • Enjoy sightseeing in Pokhara
  • Witness beautiful sunrise and Himalaya view
  • Experience and learn the way of Nepalese life
  • 9 nights accommodation
  • Daily meals

Niveau de pratique

  • Débutant
  • Intermédiaire
  • Avancé

Styles de yoga


8 jours de cours en Anglais
Langues parlées par l'organisateur: Népalais, Anglais
Transferts depuis et vers l'aéroport inclus: Tribhuvan International Airport
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Hébergement

During this retreat, you will be staying at various accommodations such as the Kathmandu Suite Home in Kathmandu and Pokhara Eco Resort or similar in Pokhara with breakfast included. You will also be staying at local lodges and guest houses while on the trek.

Programme

This retreat is a wonderful tour for travelers that are short on time but still wish to maximize their Nepalese travel experience. Yoga and trekking are two of the most unique and distinctively Nepalese traditions, and this wonderful tour provides travelers with the opportunity to explore both.

Many travelers describe trekking in Nepal as a hugely spiritual experience by introducing the spiritual practice of yoga into a tour this sensation is intensified and travelers are given a much richer appreciation of the landscapes and culture that they are trekking through.

A culturally rich experience

Your trek will begin in Kathmandu, where you will enjoy your first scenic yoga session and get to know your fellow travelers. You will practice yoga with a fully trained and experienced yogi for at least an hour each day, and the rest of your day will be filled with mountain trekking and cultural experience.

You should arrive in Poon Hill on the fourth day of your trek, before descending back to your original starting point. Your tour will include the opportunity to visit the tribal Gurung and Magar villages, which are the villages that provide the famous Gurkha soldiers.

Nepal is a beautiful country with so much to offer to tourists from all over the world, however in order to preserve that natural beauty it is important to tread lightly, and practice sustainability at every stage of your adventure.

A commitment to care

Nepal Hiking is committed to promoting responsible travel in the region, and they do this in a number of ways. Firstly, all of the guides, porters, and other members of the team you will work with are local to the region, meaning the money they spend on staffing and the skills, they teach to their newest employees stay in the communities they visit.

This means that when you tour Nepal with them, you are actually supporting local Nepalese economies. They also offset as many of the main carbon emissions created by your trip as possible. They do this in a way that has a community benefit and supports local environmental projects.

What is responsible travel?

Many travelers are unfamiliar with the concept of sustainable travel, or responsible travel. At its simplest, responsible travel is simply visiting a place and then leaving it as you found it: Nepal Hiking loves sharing their country with others, but don’t believe that its beauty should be damaged by the tourists that trek and explore its mountainous regions.

Responsible travel means experiencing a place like a local: eating local foods, rather than foods that have been imported from overseas (often specifically for tourists) or taking your rubbish with you, rather than leaving it out on the mountainside where it could cause a hazard both for the environment and other travelers. It sounds like it could be hard work, but it is actually easier than you think to travel responsibly during your time in Nepal.

How you can help during your trip

The first thing you can do is choose a tour company (such as Nepal Hiking) that is committed to responsible travel. They will do a lot of the hard work for you, such as offsetting your emissions and choosing the best local places to eat and drink, meaning that all you have to do is focus on enjoying your trek and having fun.

For many adventurers, sampling the local produce and purchasing local handicrafts and other goods is the highlight of their trip, so this is one of the easiest ways in which you can ensure your travel is sustainable!

Another easy way you can help is to say no to plastic: that means both plastic bags and plastic water bottles. Both of these can be incredibly harmful to the delicate biology of the Himalaya region. If you plan on shopping, Nepal Hiking asks that you carry a reusable cotton bag.

They also recommend that you carry a reusable water bottle or, better still, that you stop for a drink in one of the local Nepalese tea houses are really explore and enjoy the local culture. Finally, don’t forget to recycle. It’s easy, and it means you don’t have to carry your waste-products with you for the duration of your trip.

A few more super simple tips

Being a responsible traveler isn’t just about the environment, it’s about enriching the lives of the local people you meet too. One of the best ways of doing this is to engage with them, learn a few simple Nepalese phrases before you arrive. It’s a great ice-breaker and a good way to really experience Nepal like a local.

Avoid anywhere that uses wild animals for entertainment or for a photo opportunity. This is completely against the spirit of responsible traveling and is a horrible life for the animals involved. If in doubt, ask your tour guide.

Don’t give money or gifts to beggars. If you wish to support the local people, help the homeless or give gifts to local children then talk to your tour guide, there are plenty of legitimate charities you can support that will ensure your money gets to the right places.

Finally, don’t forget to enjoy yourself and smile. A smile is often the most powerful gift you can give.

Schedule

  • Day 1: Arrival in Tribhuvan International Airport (KTM) and transfer to hotel Kathmandu Suite Home or nearby hotel of similar standard (breakfast included).
  • Day 2: Drive to Pokhara (200 kilometers / 6 hours drive on big tourist bus)
  • Day 3: Trek to Hile
  • Day 4: Trek to Ghorepani
  • Day 5: Hiking to Poon Hill (3,210 meters) and trek to Tadapani
  • Day 6: Trek to Ghandruk; after lunch drive to Pokhara on public jeep
  • Day 7: Enjoy sightseeing in Pokhara
  • Day 8: Drive back to Kathmandu on big tourist bus
  • Day 9: Sightseeing in Kathmandu
  • Day 10: Fly back home

Professeurs

Chhabi Thapa Magar
Chabbi is a familiar face in tourism industry of Nepal having many years of work experience in the similar field. His specialization is in trekking and has an in-depth knowledge about culture and history of Nepal.
Sudan Bhetwal
Sudan is popularly known young yoga instructor in Kathmandu, Nepal. He has scored second position in South Asian Yoga Sports Championship 2017.

Lieu du séjour

This trekking and yoga retreat will take place in the Annapurna region of Kathmandu.

Repas

Vegetarian and non-vegetarian meals are provided during the trek. Tea and coffee are provided with each meal as well.

Les repas suivants sont inclus:

  • Petits déjeuners
  • Déjeuners
  • Dîners
  • Boissons

Les régimes alimentaires suivants servis et/ou pris en charge :

  • Normal (qui comprend généralement de la viande et du poisson)
  • Autres régimes particuliers sur demande
Si vous suivez un régime alimentaire spécifique, faites-le savoir à l'organisateur au moment d'effectuer votre réservation.

Ce qui est inclus

  • Daily yoga sessions by Yoga Guru Yoga
  • Bus drive to and from Pokhara
  • Trek permits
  • Airport pick up and drop off
  • 9 nights twin sharing accommodation
  • Daily meals during trek

Ce qui n'est pas inclus

  • Lunch and dinner in Kathmandu
  • Personal expenses
  • Travel insurance
  • Nepal visa
  • Beverages
  • Trekking equipment

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Arrival by airplane

Please book your flight to arrive at Tribhuvan International Airport (KTM). Transfer from and to the airport is included. Nepal Hiking will pick you up from the airport.

Airport: Tribhuvan International Airport Transferts depuis et vers l'aéroport inclus: Tribhuvan International Airport Pas de frais additionnels. Vous pouvez en faire la demande sur la page suivante.

Conditions d'annulation

  • Pour réserver, un dépôt de garantie correspondant à 20% du prix total est requis.
  • Vous pouvez obtenir le remboursement de votre dépôt de garantie dans sa totalité si vous annulez 14 jours avant la date d'arrivée prévue.
  • Le reste du paiement est dû à votre arrivée.

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