Nepal LGBTIQ Trave with Pink MountainNepal LGBTIQ Trave with Pink Mountain

Nepal LGBTIQ Travel with Pink Mountain

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  • Trip Duration17 Days
  • Destination Nepal
  • Trip Grade Easy
  • Maximum Altitude 2000m
  • Activity Tour and Trekking
  • Group Size 20
  1. Explore the vibrant LGBT community in Kathmandu.

  2. Experience Nepal's rich cultural heritage.

  3. Trek in the Himalayas.

  4. Raft on Bhote Koshi River.

  5. Engage in yoga retreats:.

  6. Volunteer programs.

  7. Responsible and sustainable tourism.

Nepal is a landlocked country in South Asia, known for its beautiful natural landscapes, ancient temples, and rich cultural heritage. It is also known for being one of the most welcoming countries in the region for LGBT travelers, with Pink Mountain Travel being the leading LGBT travel company in the country.

Pink Mountain Travel offers a range of travel options for LGBT travelers visiting Nepal, from cultural tours to adventure trips in the Himalayas. The company has been operating in Nepal for over a decade and has built a reputation for providing safe, comfortable, and enjoyable travel experiences for its clients.

One of the highlights of LGBT travel in Nepal is the chance to explore the vibrant and diverse LGBT community in Kathmandu. The city has a lively LGBT scene, with bars, clubs, and cafes that cater to the community. The annual Kathmandu Pride Parade, which takes place in June, is a colorful and joyous celebration of LGBT rights and visibility in the country.

Aside from the LGBT scene, Kathmandu also boasts a rich cultural heritage. The city is home to numerous ancient temples and historic sites, including the famous Boudhanath Stupa, a UNESCO World Heritage site and one of the largest stupas in the world. Pink Mountain offers cultural tours of Kathmandu that allow travelers to explore these historic sites and learn about the city's rich cultural heritage.

For those who prefer adventure travel, Nepal offers a range of activities, from trekking in the Himalayas to white-water rafting on the country's many rivers. Pink Mountain offers a variety of adventure trips that allow travelers to experience Nepal's stunning natural landscapes while enjoying the company of like-minded LGBT travelers.

One of the most popular adventure trips offered by Pink Mountain is the Annapurna Circuit Trek, a challenging 20 day trek that takes travelers through some of the most spectacular mountain scenery in the world. The trek starts in the lush subtropical valleys of the Annapurna region before ascending to the arid high-altitude deserts of the Tibetan plateau. Along the way, trekkers pass through traditional Nepalese villages, cross high mountain passes, and enjoy stunning views of the Himalayan peaks.

Another popular adventure trip offered by Pink Mountain is the Bhote Koshi River Rafting Expedition, a thrilling white-water rafting trip that takes travelers down one of the most challenging rivers in Nepal. The trip is led by experienced guides and includes all necessary equipment, making it a safe and enjoyable way to experience the thrill of white-water rafting in Nepal.

In addition to its cultural tours and adventure trips, Pink Mountain also offers a range of other travel options for LGBT travelers in Nepal. These include yoga retreats, volunteer programs, and customized travel itineraries that can be tailored to meet the specific needs and interests of individual travelers.

One of the things that sets Pink Mountain apart from other travel companies in Nepal is its commitment to responsible and sustainable tourism. The company works closely with local communities and organizations to ensure that its travel activities have a positive impact on the environment and the people of Nepal.

Overall, Nepal is an excellent destination for LGBT travelers looking for a unique and memorable travel experience. With its welcoming LGBT community, rich cultural heritage, stunning natural landscapes, and wide range of travel options, Nepal offers something for everyone. And with Pink Mountain Travel, LGBT travelers can enjoy all that Nepal has to offer in a safe, comfortable, and inclusive environment.


Upon arrival at Tribhuvan International Airport in Kathmandu, you will be welcomed by a representative from Pink Mountain and transferred to your hotel. Spend the rest of the day exploring the vibrant capital city, visiting local markets, temples and historical sites.

Drive to Charaudi to start your rafting adventure on the Trishuli River. Experience the thrilling rapids while enjoying the beautiful views of the surrounding countryside. After rafting, drive to Gorkha, the ancestral home of the Shah dynasty, and explore the ancient palace and temples.

Begin the trekking adventure from Gorkha, passing through beautiful hillside villages, forests and farmlands, with stunning views of the Himalayan peaks. The trek will take 4 days with 3 overnight stays in teahouses or lodges en route.

Arrive in Pokhara and take in the stunning views of the Annapurna mountain range. The following day, enjoy a thrilling paragliding adventure over the Phewa Lake and the Pokhara Valley.

For those who are interested, take a day trip to Kushma to experience one of the world's highest bunjy jumps.

Drive to the historic town of Palpa and explore the ancient temples and monuments. The next day, visit Lumbini, the birthplace of Lord Buddha and explore the holy sites and monasteries.

Drive to Chitwan National Park, a UNESCO World Heritage Site and one of the most biodiverse areas in Nepal. Enjoy a jungle safari, bird watching, canoe ride and cultural program with Tharu people.

Drive back to Kathmandu and spend your last day shopping for souvenirs, exploring local neighborhoods or visiting any missed landmarks. The last day will be spent with the farewell dinner and cultural program arranged by Pink Mountain before departing the next day.

Pink Mountain's representative will transfer you to airport. It's time to say see you again for another Nepal LGBT Travel to another destination in Nepal.


This itinerary offers a balanced mix of adventure, cultural immersion and community engagement, all while experiencing the natural beauty of Nepal. Pink Mountain will arrange all transportation, accommodations, activities and support throughout the trip, ensuring a safe and enjoyable experience for all LGBT travelers to Nepal.

Pink Mountain offers a range of travel options for LGBTIQ travelers to Nepal, including cultural tours, adventure trips, volunteer programs, and customized itineraries. Whether you're looking to immerse yourself in Nepal's rich cultural heritage, explore the stunning natural landscapes, or engage with local communities, Pink Mountain has something to offer.

With Pink Mountain, you can join a group tour or create a customized itinerary tailored to your interests and preferences. Cultural tours include visits to ancient temples and historic sites, as well as interactions with local artisans and cultural experts. Adventure trips offer a range of activities, from trekking in the Himalayas to white-water rafting and yoga retreats. Volunteer programs provide opportunities to give back to local communities, including education and healthcare projects.

Pink Mountain is committed to responsible and sustainable tourism, and works closely with local communities and organizations to ensure that its travel activities have a positive impact on the environment and the people of Nepal. The company also provides LGBTIQ-friendly accommodations and transportation, ensuring a safe and inclusive environment for all travelers.

Overall, a trip to Nepal with Pink Mountain promises to be a unique and rewarding travel experience, combining cultural immersion, adventure, and community engagement, all in a safe and welcoming environment for LGBTIQ travelers.

Trip Map
Nepal LGBTIQ Travel with Pink Mountain map
Useful Information
  1. Visa Requirements: All foreign nationals, including LGBT travelers, need a valid visa to enter Nepal. The visa can be obtained on arrival at the Tribhuvan International Airport in Kathmandu or at land borders. It's recommended to have your visa application form filled out in advance to save time.

  2. Weather: Nepal has a diverse climate, with a range of temperatures and weather conditions depending on the region and season. The best time to visit Nepal is from September to November and from March to May, when the weather is generally dry and clear, and the visibility of the mountains is at its best.

  3. Health: It's important to take precautions to protect your health when traveling to Nepal. Make sure to bring necessary medications, including those for altitude sickness if you're planning to trek in the mountains. It's also recommended to drink only bottled water, avoid street food, and take measures to prevent mosquito bites.

  4. Safety: Nepal is generally a safe country for LGBT travelers, but it's always important to take basic precautions. It's recommended to avoid public displays of affection, dress conservatively, and be aware of your surroundings. Pink Mountain takes extra precautions to ensure the safety and comfort of its travelers, including providing LGBT-friendly accommodations and transportation.

  5. Money: The local currency in Nepal is the Nepalese Rupee (NPR). ATMs are available in major cities, but it's recommended to carry enough cash for smaller purchases and transactions. Credit cards are accepted at some larger businesses, but it's always a good idea to have cash on hand.

  6. Language: Nepali is the official language of Nepal, but English is widely spoken in major tourist areas and by Pink Mountain's staff. Learning a few basic phrases in Nepali can be helpful and appreciated by locals.

  7. Cultural Sensitivity: Nepal is a predominantly Hindu country with a rich cultural heritage, and it's important to be respectful of local customs and traditions. Dress conservatively when visiting religious sites, remove your shoes before entering temples and homes, and avoid eating beef, which is considered sacred by Hindus.

  • Till of the date we have no publicly known LGBTIQ owned hotel in Nepal or Kathmandu. But Personally we know, our few members from our LGBTIQ community own the hotel but they don't want to make it publicly. If you want to stay with them please contact us via email or directly at +977-9851018660 (WhatsApp).

  • These days most of the hotel in Nepal or Kathmandu used to sell them as a LGBTIQ friendly hotels still them are suffering with the lack of enough knowledge about our requirement of behavior, bed size, bathroom, friendly staff and community education.

    But some are really LGBTIQ friendly hotels in Nepal or Kathmandu. Please contact us for gay friendly hotel in Nepal or Kathmandu or Lesbian friendly hotels in Nepal or Kathmandu via email or our direst WhatsApp number : +977-9851018660
  • Pink Mountain offers it's Tour and trekking in Nepal with Gay tour guide or Lesbian tour guide. You can contact us for Gay tour guide for Kathmandu tour or Gay tour guide for Nepal tour as well as Lesbian tour guide for Nepal tour or Lesbian tour guide for Kathmandu tour.

  • You can contact us to have a recommendation of gay activities in Thamel or gay activities in Kathmandu via : or contact us directly at : +977-9851018660 (WhatsApp msg only)

  • Love, sex, partner are personal issues. We, as a professional LGBTIQ Trip operator in Nepal, never deal with personal matters.

    for more details please contact us to
  • Yes, We are always here in Nepal for you to organize your trip as per your budget estimation.

  • Yes, we can arrange gay massage or gay spa in Kathmandu. Please contact us to book gay Spa or Gay Massage in Kathmandu or Pokhara.
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  • We have enough gay tour guide for Kathmandu tour. Please contact us for Kathmandu gay guide at : +977-9851018660 (WhatsApp).

Client Reviews
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    Luis LopezSan Diego, United States05/04/2023

    once in a life


    Thank you for showing us such a once in a life time experience during your tour.

    You were definitely able to give us the best local eye’s tour and I have to say that to accommodations you provided were all beyond what we expected.

    I’m glad to have not only been lucky enough to see your beautiful country but also to have gained a new friend in the world.

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