As you follow Nepal’s famous trekking routes, stop and rest each night in a traditional teahouse to enjoy local hospitality and home-cooked meals. Rooms are simply furnished with minimal facilities, but the welcome is genuine.
Teahouses vary in size and facilities on offer; some are small homestays hosted by local families, while others are larger properties. Facilities are minimal - en-suite bathrooms are rare - but it's all part of the full Nepal trekking experience.
Leisure: trekking, home-cooked meals, wood-burning stoves
Rooms: a handful of rooms
Taking an alternative approach to a classic Nepal combination, this journey contrasts the heady and hectic streets of Kathmandu with the open savannah of Chitwan National Park. Slow down to search for tigers and rhinos amid the wilderness, before strapping up your boots for a light trek between two atmospheric lodges in the Himalayan foothills around Pokhara.