Gap Year Accessible Nepal Program

Gap Year Accessible Nepal Program

Program Overview

Accessible Nepal Program is inclusive travel Program for those with different physical abilities.  Our team has over the years’ experience in Accessible Travels; thus we are competent to make all your travels safe and secure meeting all the accessibilities needs. Explore the Himalayas and make your adventure accessible in your comfort zone.


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Start Date End Date Price
2021-03-10 2021-03-24
2021-04-16 2021-04-30
2021-05-03 2021-05-17
2021-08-11 2021-08-25
2021-09-09 2021-09-23
2021-10-11 2021-10-25
Custom Dates and Prices Available.

Program Summary

Day 1: Arrival to Nepal

You will be picked up from the Tribhuvan International Airport (Kathmandu) and taken to your hotel. As Kathmandu is a city at a high altitude, please take the time to adjust climatically if you need to do so.

Day 2: Day tour to Kathmandu (Thamel Tour & Kathmandu Durbar Square Tour)

On your first day in Nepal, you will meet up with your fellow travelers and guides and will be transported via shuttle to Thamel, the “old quarter” of Nepal. Even though it is a heavily trafficked area, you and your fellow travelers will be guided carefully throughout this scenic experience. After Thamel, you will be taken to Kathmandu’s Durbar Square, another scenic route filled with internationally recognized sites.

Day 3: Day tour - Pashupatinath and Boudhanath Tour

You will once again reunite with your fellow travelers and guides for the day and will be transported to Pashupatinath and Boudhanath, important Buddhist sites which are spiritual sites featured in websites such as Lonely Planet. As this tour is not so heavily trafficked by travelers, your guides can help you take photos. 

Day 4: Fly / Drive to Chitwan

You will be given the option to be transported to (via shuttle) or fly to Chitwan National Park, a scenic and serene national park. From here you will follow the Chitwan Ultimate Tour itinerary - Care will be provided to suit all accommodations, especially those relating to mobility as Chitwan is a very large park.

Day 5, 6 & 7: Chitwan program

As the Chitwan Ultimate Tour program is facilitated by the Government of Nepal, it may be so that you will need some form of assistance. As such, you will be assigned a point of contact from the program.

Day 8: Drive/Fly to Pokhara

You will be picked up from the Pokhara airport and driven to your hotel. We will take a slower day relaxing and exploring the city.

Day 9: Day tour: Tibetan Refugee Camp, International Mountain Museum

We will take a day tour of the Tibetan Refugee Camp, where we will learn about the lives of these refugees and the difficulties they have endured. Here, we may see women making their traditional hand-crafted rugs and wall hangings. We will also visit the International Mountain Museum, which details the history of mountaineering, focusing on the Himalayas and Nepali mountains. We can also see a view of the Annapurna mountain range.

Day 10: Sunrise trip to Sarangkot 4:30 AM, Visiting Fewa Lake

We will wake up at sunrise to Sarangkot, a natural reserve that will give us a stunning view of Phewa lake and the Himalayan vistas. We will spend the day walking around and enjoying nature, before going to Fewa Lake, a freshwater lake south of Pokhara Valley. We will paddleboat to the center of it, where we can enjoy a stunning view of the mountains.

Day 11: Hiking to Nepal’s first accessible trail for the wheelchair travellers

Today, we will remain in Pokhara and wake up early in order to hike Nepal’s first accessible trail for wheelchair travelers. This trail is about 1.3 km long, and will provide a gorgeous view of various Himalayan peaks. We will spend the morning here enjoying the views, before spending the afternoon exploring the rest of Pokhara. We may eat lunch at The Juicery, one of Pokhara’s best known brunch destinations and shop for Tibetan goods along Lakeside Road.

Day 12: Fly/ Drive back to Kathmandu

You will be picked up from the Tribhuvan International Airport and taken to your hotel. Afterward, we will take some time to rest from the trip and explore the city some more. We may visit religious monuments such as Swayambhunath, also known as the Monkey Temple, a large Buddhist complex, and the Kopan Monastery, which will offer us a nice break from our hectic schedule. Finally, we may visit Pashupatinath, a Hindu temple at dusk, which is one of the best times to see it. There, we may observe Sadhus performing their daily religious duties.

Day 13: Day tour- Bhaktapur

The next day, we will take a tour of Bhaktapur, a city located just 8 miles from Kathmandu. Here, we will visit popular destinations, one being the Bhaktapur Dubar Square, which is a UNESCO World Heritage Site that has royal temples and structures from the 17th and 18th centuries. We may also visit the 55 Windows Palace, which is a palace built by King Jitamitra Malla for his 55 wives. We can also try dahi, a type of traditional yogurt that the city is known for.


Day 14: Departure or extended up to 52 days

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