Guided Mountain Biking Tours & Adventures

Mountain biking,Travel,Trekking,Adventure,Tours,Nepal



(Opportunity to get close into the rich Gurung culture and lifestyle)


        Bhujung gaun



Ghale gaun                                           

Day 1: Kathmandu – Besishahar (5/6 hours) by vehicle

Lunch on the way

Besishahar tour and Lamjung durbar visit

Overnight at Besishahar

Day2: Besishahar – Ghale gaun (7/8 hrs)

Breakfast in the morning

Lunch on the way in Baglungpani

Dinner/ cultural show

Overnight at Ghale gaun

Day 3: Ghale gaun – Bhujung village (2/3 hrs)

Breakfast in the morning

Lunch at Bhujung village

Bhujung village tour

Cultural show

Dinner (overnight at Bhujung)

Day 4: Bhujung – Besishahar – Kathmandu (8 hrs)

Breakfast in the morning

Lunch on the way

Overnight at Kathmandu


Ethnicity: Gurung

Religion: Buddhist/Hinduism and Shamanism

Trekking type: Moderate

Accommodation: Home stay and lodge

Food: typical Nepali and continental

Altitude situation: 2070m (high), 790m (low)

Package includes: accommodation during the trek/conservation fees/transportation.

Package excludes: accommodation in Kathmandu/all alcoholic items/ bottle water.

Package costs: 400$ AUD/ Pax(for whole package)

Book your package now:

Mystic Land Adventure (P) Ltd

Bhagawan bahal, Thamel

Kathmandu, Nepal

Email address:,

Phone number: 00977-01-4413007, 9849473401, 9808305207

Skype add: mysticland.adventure



One comment on “GURUNG HERITAGE…

  1. Lynda
    February 11, 2014

    So many lovely pictures of places I will never see. Thank you for your visit so that I might experience Nepal through your photographs.

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