Nepal - Gay group tour




Dates and availability

Price: USD 3080 
Single supplement: USD 781

*** $500 deposit required, remaining balance collected 60 days prior to departure.

Fixed Departure Dates ( 2020/2021 )
 7th March 2020 || 6th March 2021


Cost Includes: -
Guide, entrances, Airfares (if any), sharing room with breakfast, lunch and dinner, presently applicable taxes, transfers/tours by air-conditioned vehicles, train tickets (if any) & assistance.

Cost does not Includes: - 
Expenses like insurance, laundry, phone calls, International airfare, Some Meals, items outlined in the itinerary.


Group Size
Maximum of 16 travelers per group

Departure is guaranteed, subject to 9 people traveling


Single travelers
Our group trips are designed for shared accommodation. Single travelers share with people of the same sex for the duration of the trip, in accommodation ranging from twin to multi-share. If we are not or you are not able to find a partner you remain with the  option of paying a single supplement. Please note that this only applies to accommodation during the tour. The cost for the same is provided as single supplement.

*** Arrival airport to hotel transfer included. Please provide flight details at time of booking.


The accommodation is on twin sharing basis. The accommodation will be in Palace/Heritage/Modern and boutique hotels (3 and 4 star)


Trip Information

Gay Scene
This trip travels to a conservative area. We encourage you to experience the destination and culture will the following in mind:


We do not foresee any problems, however there may be occasions when a same sex couple may be asked to sleep in single beds rather than sharing a double. We appreciate your cooperation. 

Public Display of affection 
These are frowned upon in this region among all travellers, not just those on an Adventure. This includes holding hands in public.

Gay Activities 

This trip does not have any specific gay hosted events, meals or day tours due to the cultural sensitivity of this region. We will do our best to provide a safe, comfortable environment for you and your fellow travellers to experience this culture. Nepal is considered to be one of the gay-friendliest and most visited destinations in South Asia. Several steps are being taken up by the Nepal Tourism Board in promoting Nepal as a gay-friendly destination. You will find some gay bars and clubs in Kathmandu.