Nepal Yoga Hiking and Cultural Tour

Join a small group of like-minded women on a 14-day Women’s Only Nepal Cultural Tour. This special experience takes you through cultural centres of Nepal, the Chitwan jungle, Kathmandu, Pokhara, Bhaktapur and the local villages. Here you will connect with our homestay families who will open their quiet hillside homes to you. You will learn traditional skills from local experts like milking cattle and churning yogurt. You can also learn about the ancient art of pottery making and cooking local Nepalese food.

  • Tour Highlights
  • Scenic Flight over Mount Everest: Enjoy breathtaking views with guaranteed window seats.
  • Chitwan National Park Safari: Explore the park with an expert naturalist and an elephant-back ride, offering potential sightings of rhinos and Bengal tigers.
  • Phewa Lake Boat Ride: Experience the tranquillity and beauty of Phewa Lake.
  • Unique Accommodations: Stay in traditional architecture 3-4-star hotels, jungle lodges, and homestays with panoramic views of Phewa Lake.
  • Cultural Immersion: Learn traditional skills such as cattle milking, yogurt churning, pottery making, and cooking local Nepalese cuisine.
  • Yoga and Meditation: Practice peace yoga and meditation in a serene environment near Kathmandu Valley, near Bhaktapur UNESCO World Heritage site.
  • Nature Exploration: Hike in the beautiful hills, learn about local flora and fauna, and discover Ayurvedic herbs.

This is one of our most popular tours at Lyn Taylors Adventure Travel. We love to see women of all ages and abilities experience off-the-beaten-track adventures, laughing together, exploring new things and enjoying the time of their lives.

Difficulty: This tour requires a general level of health and fitness. No trekking experience or even hiking boots are required! However, there will be days when you will be walking spending a lot of time on your feet. Daily activities include city walks and getting on and off various forms of transport. There is an optional 2-3 hour walk. For more general information on what to expect, visit our  Adventure Travel FAQ.

Did you know: Chitwan National Park is home to one of the last populations of single-horned Asiatic rhinoceros in the park, also one of the last refuges of the Bengal Tiger.

What Our Adventurers Say: Check out their experiences here.