Yoga Trekking & meditation in Nepal is one of the unique ways to practice yoga and meditation while enjoying the tranquil views of the highest and most spiritual mountains of the Himalayas. Advanced Adventures commences the Yoga with adventurous trek in the Annapurna area. We customize the yoga-trekking trail to make sure we walk at the foot of the Annapurna Mountain without worrying about the sharp alpine reactions. You will be exploring the new hiking trails along with the yoga practice. The attractive feature of this trek is that we will organize your trek with the private and experienced Yoga teacher. We embark this Yoga trek to Annapurna after short drive and begin the relaxing walk to Sirubari, where you will have the accommodation in a Nepalese Home stay. The Home stay is located in a Gurung ethnic community of approximately 1,700 meters. You will have the intensive welcome by the community and invite you to stay with local family, where you will eat local foods, allowing you to witness the local lifestyles and ethnic cultures.
Sirubari has the most richest Gurung culture and tradition, and Panchase is the most scenic spot to over view the great skyline of Annapurna Himalayan Range including central Himalayan range in Nepal.
Customize Your Own Yoga Trek !
This yoga trek itinerary provided here is a standard itinerary prepared but if you want to customize your own yoga trek itinerary at your timeline and interest, do write us, and we will be very pleased to customize this yoga trek to your timeline, interest and requirement.
Day 01: Arrival Day in Kathmandu (1350m)
Day 02: Morning- Yoga & Meditation in Kathmandu. Afternoon, half Day Guided Tour in Kathmandu
Day 03: Drive from Kathmandu to Pokhara by Tourust Bus (210kms)- 5 to 6 hours drive
Day 04: Morning, Yoga & Meditation in Pokhara, Then drive from Pokhara to Arjunchupari by Jeep, and trek to Sirubari Village( 1700m)- 3 hours drive and 2 hours walk
Day 05 & Day 06, Day 07: Morning- Yaga & Meditation in Sirubari Village. Afternoon, Trekking in Sirubari and surroundings Hills for great views of Annapurna Himalayas.
Day 08: Morning, Yoga & Meditation in Sirubari. Afternoon, trek to Arjunchupari and drive to Pokhara (3 hours walking and 2 hours drive)
Day 09: Drive back to Kathmandu (210kms)- 5 to 6 hours drive
Day 10: Departure from Kathmandu
Important Trip Notes & Activities
Pleased acknowledge that you are joining us for the adventure trip in remote Himalayan region, where weather conditions, health and fitness of the member or unexpected natural disaster can compel us to change the itinerary and if so you have to understand it but we would try our best to keep the suggested itinerary as per the original schedule.
Your safety and satisfaction of the trip is our prime concern while traveling with us and we ensure you our best team, logistics, professional services to make sure that you would have an amazing trip of lifetime with us. Also note that our trip leader deserved the final decision if the trip has to amend, change the route or cancel due to the extreme conditions for the safety precaution. However, he will try his best to ensure that the trip runs as according to the stated plan but be prepared for flexibility if necessary.
Regarding this trip, we have attempted to provide enough information as we can via our website. Nevertheless, if you need any discussion regarding your time availability and others query please feels free to contact directly at +9779851040806. Alternatively, please contact us via our email- firstname.lastname@example.org
We do have several departure dates for our trekking /climbing trips. Please find your convenient departure date from the below listed year and write us. Being as a Nepal based adventure travel Company, we do have permanent trekking set up in mountains so we are very much flexible for the departure dates for our every Himalayan trip. Please view our available group dates as stated and if the listed dates are not matching your expected time for this trip, write us with your personal date, we are happy to organize this trip to you as per your own selected date and we can open the same date for our group departure date.
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Bal Bahadur Tamang
Bal Bahadur Tamang was born in Solukhumbu. After completing his eighth grade, he left his village and went to Jiri to work as a porter. His first experience as a porter was to carry a big sack of rice from Jiri to Lukla. He has carried as heavy as 110 kg of load on his back as a porter.
After working as a porter for some years, he met a trek company owner in Lukla and started working for them as a porter. He was later afforded the opportunity to work as a guide. He took the opportunity with both hands. As a guide, his first assignment was to lead two Canadian trekkers and an Australian trekker to the Everest Base Camp.
At present, he lives with his family in Kathmandu. He has a 12 years old son and a 7 years old daughter. He is very fond of the mountains. So much so that as soon as a trek concludes, he cannot wait for the other to begin so that he can be around the mountains again.
his first assignment was a group of two trekkers from Canada and Australia whom he took to EBC…that being his first trip, it required him to ask a lot of questions to other fellow guides…he learnt a lot.
his family is now in Kathmandu….he has two kinds..a 12 yo son and a 7 yo daughter…and his wife…..when he is not on trek , all he does is wait for the next group to arrive so that he can go to the mountains.
He believes that it is important to give tourists a unique taste of places they visit- be it local animals or flora and fauna, celebrations or culinary experiences. He tries his best to always give the tourists a close view of the life in the Himalayas beyond just the majestic mountains.
Born and raised in Gorkha, Kim Rana came into the tourism sector through his cousin Hom Rana. He started as a porter and fondly remembers his first every trip. He carried 45 kg weight all the way from Jomsom to the Annapurna Base camp as a porter for a group of 14 Hungarian trekkers.
The content faces of the trekkers after long and adventurous trek motivates him to become an even better guide. His first trip as a full time guide was a 12 days Everest Base Camp Trek from Lukla with a group of Australian tourists.
Kim lives with his spouse with whom he has a son and daughter together. He has a metal workshop and works there when he is not trekking. He learned his trade as an apprentice under a friend who was a good metal worker.
Kim does not know how he has a seemingly Korean name. He asked his priest who gave him the name; he even doesn't have an answer. Kim speaks some Korean too. Once, a group of four Koreans started talking to him in Korean language. He knows some Korean too and started conversing to them. They ended up thinking he was a Korean too.
Born in Burlang, Gorkha District, Ishwor first came to Kathmandu in 1999 to get enrolled in a college to complete his under-graduation.
It was during the final year of his under-graduation that he got into tourism to support his financial instability. A novice, he first went to the Annapurna Circuit as a porter carrying a 30 kg goods on his back. He did the same for half a dozen trips, An earnest man, he waspromoted to be the porter cum guide for Annapurna trek and later guided a trek to Everest Base Camp.
He lives with his family in Kathmandu. A family guy, he loves to cook at home and help with other household chores along with assisting his children with school assignments.
His friends call him a jolly fellow. He loves dancing to folk tunes...and occasionally sings during the recreational activities in trek. He says, "If we consider going to Everest Base Camp to trek, it is not just about Everest, the cultural and natural extravanza along the way is what make the trip special [...] The fun of the trek is not in the destination but in what you meet along that way…and in Nepal one meets a lot!"
He is a man of various stories and you can talk about a variety of topics with him.
Born and raised in Gorkha, Keshar Gurung has almost 15 years of experience in trekking. After completing his school in Gorkha, he came to Kathmandu and started studying in Kathmandu while continuing trekking as well.
He was in search for a job to help him sustain in the capital when he got an opportunity to work as a porter for four German trekkers in Langang trek. The job was certainly not easy, provided him ample learning opportunities which he cherished.
His first trek as a guide was 30 days’ Annapurna Circuit Trek with a Spanish guest. He loves Everest Base Camp trek because showing Mt. Everest to his guests fills him with pride and happiness.
He lives with his wife and son in Kathmandu. He believes that tourists should come to Nepal because it offers diverse tourism opportunities. Mr. Gurung is serious on his assigned job, dedicated and ensure professonal services while he is in trekking with his clients.