Nepal accessible wheelchair Tour

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1 Pax. US$ 1080 P/P
2-4 Pax. US$ 1020 P/P
5-7 Pax. US$ 1000 P/P
8-10 Pax. US$ 970 P/P
11-14 Pax. US$ 940 P/P
Over 15 Pax. US$ 900 P/P
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Trip Duration

7 Days

Nature of Trip


Maximum Altitude

2100 m

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Start & End Point


Best Seasons

Autumn and Spring







Trip Highlights of Nepal accessible wheelchair Tour

  • Easily accessible for disabled people who are looking to enjoy the natural beauty of Nepal.
  • Visit the Pashupatinath Temple, Kathmandu Durbar Square, and other UNESCO Sites in Nepal.
  • Enjoy the panoramic view of Himalayan peaks from Nagarkot.
  • Explore the famous tourist spot, Pokhara Lake.
  • Enjoy the Sunrise and Sunset view of the Himalayan mountain range.

Overview of Nepal accessible wheelchair Tour

Nepal accessible Wheelchair tour welcomes differently-abled individuals who feel discouraged about starting a journey in mesmerizing Nepal. A visit to Nepal is a dream for travelers worldwide. We believe that everyone should be free to travel wherever they desire and should not face exclusion based on their disability. The Accessible wheelchair Tour package to Nepal desires to provide the opportunity for wheelchair users to enjoy the beauty of the country without any barriers.

Nepal is an adorable country in South Asia. It lies in the Himalayas and is part of the Indo-Gangetic Plain. Even though Nepal is small, at 147,516 km square, it has lots to offer individuals with different interests and physical abilities. The country has every element of beauty, from natural to cultural. Nepal is world-renowned for mountaineering activities as it has the world’s highest mountain peak, Mount Everest.

Every year, thousands of visitors arrive in Nepal to experience its beauty. Nepal is primarily famous for trekking activities. However, the Wheelchair Accessible Tour in Nepal focuses on disabled people to let them freely express their enthusiasm for exploration.

Of course, Nepal is famous for its Himalayas; however, it also has something for wheelchair users in its city areas. Thus, without high physical demand, wheelchair users can appreciate the beauty of Nepal in its city areas by taking Disabled Holidays.

Boundless Adventure provides a Nepal-accessible wheelchair tour package, ensuring a safe and convenient journey. We have created the package carefully, including major attractions and must-visit areas of Nepal where wheelchairs are obtainable. Some prominent areas travelers visit on their Wheelchair Nepal tour include Kathmandu, Bhaktapur, and Pokhara. Travelers can also add their preferred location, as the tour package is customizable.

Travelers needn’t worry about their safety and assistance during their Disabled Friendly Tours in Nepal as we have experienced guides with training to assist wheelchair users. Our guides will be there at every point to make your tour enjoyable and remarkable. Not only our guides but every member will be there to cheer you up and provide assistance for your unforgettable travel.

With each area’s visit, Wheelchair users learn something new and thrilling, from visiting cultural heritage sites of Kathmandu to 360-degree viewpoints. Visiting every area, from the tranquil areas of Pokhara to its natural beauty, allows one to experience something unique and unforgettable.

Accessible destination for wheelchair tour in Nepal

Nepal has various places that are suitable for Wheelchair tours. The nation is famous for its different geographies, prosperous culture, and natural attractiveness, and lately, it is becoming popular as a wheelchair-friendly destination. Although the wheelchair destinations in Nepal are primarily in urban areas, the location offers a unique experience by providing all-in-one experiences. Some of the Wheelchair accessible places in Nepal include:

Nepal accessible wheelchair tour from Kathmandu

Kathmandu is an ideal destination for a wheelchair tour due to its perfect blend of ancient heritage beauty and modern facilities. Kathmandu allows travelers to immerse themselves in a city’s religious and cultural heritage, accompanied by modern facilities. Kathmandu Wheelchair Tour offers a unique chance to appreciate the area’s cultural heritage. Wheelchair-accessible areas of Kathmandu include:

Kathmandu Durbar Square

Kathmandu Durbar Square is a prominent UNESCO heritage site and a must-visit destination within Kathmandu Valley. It welcomes visitors of all physical abilities to appreciate Nepal’s unique historical and cultural heritage. Wheelchair users can explore every part of the Durbar square during the tour, from the main royal palace to various temples and shrines.

Pashupatinath Temple

Pashupatinath is a prominent Hindu temple in Kathmandu and also a part of a UNESCO Heritage site. The temple is the perfect place for a Wheelchair tour as it has flat pathways that provide smooth mobility to explore the temple’s surroundings. The tour of the Pashupatinath temple provides individuals with spiritual feelings. Wheelchair users can explore the temple of Pashupatinath, witness the cremation ceremonies along the Bagmati River, and observe Nepalese architecture and religious practices.

Bouddhanath Stupa

Boudhanath Stupa is one of Kathmandu Valley’s iconic Buddhist and UNESCO Heritage sites. It is the most visited area of Kathmandu and attracts thousands of local and international tourists. The spiritual ambiance and awe-inspiring architecture are the prominent features of the Stupa. The well-maintained path around the Stupa makes it accessible to people who travel in Nepal. By exploring the Stupa, one can connect oneself to Buddhist philosophy.

Chandragiri View point

Chandragiri Viewpoint is the hill station at Kathmandu, famous for providing 360° views of the Kathmandu valley. Although the viewpoint lies at the hilltop, wheelchair users can also get on its top. The cable car facility made it accessible to Chandragiri’s viewpoint for Wheelchair tours. Once you get to the viewpoint, the paths are wheelchair-friendly, thus providing an opportunity to explore every corner. On the visit to Changrdargiri viewpoint, one can enjoy the sight of mountain ranges and awe-inspiring surrounding views.

Bhaktapur Durbar Square

Bhaktapur Durbar Square, a UNESCO Heritage site, is an area that has preserved ancient heritage and architecture. The Durbar Square area is accessible by Wheelchair. On exploring the Durbar Square Wheelchair, users can witness every monument of the location. On the tour, one can appreciate the temple’s pagoda style, intricately sculpted wooden constructions, and the historic palace.


Nagarkot is a popular hill station near Kathmandu, known for its panoramic view of Himalayan peaks and mesmerizing sunrise and sunset views. Nagrkaot is also well-known as a viewpoint and an ideal destination for Wheelchair tours. The location of Nagarkot is on a well-maintained trail, so the transportation facilities are sufficient, making it suitable for wheelchairs to travel through ground transportation. On the Nagarkot travels by Wheelchair, visitors can witness breathtaking sunrise and sunset views and experience nature’s beauty.

Pokhara Exploration by Wheelchair

Pokhara is a favorite tourist destination known as the “capital of tourism.” Its tranquil beauty and lakes make it one of the various Nepal wheelchair tour destinations. Traveling in Pokhara by Wheelchair offers an excellent experience of the city’s tranquility.

Pokhara, the headquarters of the Kaski district, is the second most populated city in Nepal. The city lies at an elevation of 822m and is 200m away from Kathmandu city. With its modern facilities and stunning beauty, the city is accessible by Wheelchair and has the finest touring area. Some of the accessible sites of Pokhara through Wheelchair include:

Phewa Lake and Lakeside

Phewa Lake and its surroundings are prominent areas of Pokhara famous for their Accessibility and beauty. The walkway along the lakeside is flat and accessible for Wheelchair users. Thus, wheelchair users can explore the lakeside as normal people do. Exploring the lakeside and boating at Phewa Lake provides recreational activities and encouragement for physically different people.

Viewpoint Hotel

We organize Raniban Resort, the best viewpoint hotel in Pokhara, for your viewpoint destination. The Raniban resort lies 7km from the lakeside of Pokhara and 13.1km from Pokhara International Airport. The resort provides an astonishing view of the mountain ranges and nature’s beauty. However, due to the reason that the resort’s entry pathway is unique, the Wheelchair can’t propulsion. But don’t worry, our staff will help you get there. It takes 7-10 minutes to get inside the resort from the entry point.

Itinerary of Nepal accessible wheelchair Tour

Boundless Adventure provides a seven-day itinerary for Nepal’s Accessible wheelchair tour. The itinerary includes days one and seven of your arrival and departure from Nepal. We have carefully designed the itinerary involving some easily accessible areas for wheelchair users. Per our itinerary, the tour is visiting Nepal’s prominent and wheelchair-accessible cities, Kathmandu and Pokhara. However, the itinerary is customizable; thus, we can customize the itinerary as per your preference.

The Nepal travel by wheelchair Package includes visiting Kathmandu Durbar Square, Pashupatinath temple, Bouddhanath stupa, Chandragiri viewpoint, and Nagarkot in Kathmandu. The trip also includes visiting Phewa Lake and Lakeside and the best viewpoint in Pokhara. Throughout the tour, our crew members will assist you in wheelchair propulsion.

Our tour package includes ground transportation throughout the tour, airport pickup and drop-off facilities, accommodation, and a morning meal at the finest hotel. The detailed itinerary of a Nepal-accessible Wheelchair tour.

Bed Room of Hotel in Kathmandu.
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Day: 01 Arrival at Kathmandu


20 minutes





Upon your arrival at Tribhuvan International Airport in Kathmandu, we will pick you up comfortably. Upon landing, you need to fulfill some formalities at the immigration desk and then exit the airport terminal. Our representative will await you with your name and our company’s board.

Our team member will welcome you and take you to your hotel in a private vehicle. After you reach your hotel, our staff will take you to your room upon your request. We will visit your hotel in the evening to briefly overview the tour. Your overnight stay is at the Kathmandu Hotel.



Day: 02 Explore Heritage sites


7 hours







From day two, the tour to Nepal begins with a visit to some of the heritage sites of Kathmandu. Early in the morning, our guide will pick you up from your hotel and take you to your first visit destination, Kathmandu Durbar Square. The vehicle can go up to Durbar Square’s entrance gate; from there, our guide will help you explore the area. The guide provides insightful information on each area of Durbar Square. During your visit, you will be able to appreciate Nepal’s ancient architecture, history, and traditions.

After visiting Kathmandu Durbar Square, you will head towards Pashupatinath Temple. At the Pashupatinath temple, you will witness rituals and ceremonies of the Hindu religion. Also, you will witness several shrines, statues, and temples. The complex of Pashupatinath is not entirely accessible by Wheelchair; however, you can visit the outer premises and some parts of the temple grounds.

Boudhanath is your day’s final destination and the point of your next visit after Pashupatinath temple. During the tour to Boudhanath, the sound of chanting monks, the smell of incense, and prayer wheels make you feel tranquility. The surroundings of the Stupa are accessible by a Wheelchair. You can also take part in a circumambulation of the Stupa.

After a pleasant visit to Kathmandu’s three prominent heritage sites, we’ll drop you off at your hotel. You’ll have dinner and an overnight stay at the Kathmandu Hotel.


Day: 03 Explore and Nagarkot overnight


6 hours







The third day in Kathmandu commences with a warm morning meal at your hotel. Like the previous day, our representative will be outside your hotel waiting for you. The day begins with heading towards Chandragiri Hills, the finest viewpoint of Kathmandu. A scenic drive through Kalanki takes you to Chandragiri. The exciting part is that you can even reach Chandragiri’s top point as the cable car facility is available there from Chandragiri’s viewpoint. You can appreciate the view of some mountain peaks, Kathmandu city, and the surrounding beauty. The Bhaleshwor Mahadev Temple is there, where you can get a blessing.

After the Chandragiri visit, we’ll head towards Bhaktapur Durbar Square. The paths in the Durbar Square area are cobblestone yet smooth, making them accessible by Wheelchair. On the Visit to Bhaktapur, you can admire the Vastala temple, the 55-window palace, the Golden Gate, and many other monuments. You can also appreciate the area’s unique architecture and rich cultural heritage.

The third day’s final destination is Nagarkot. Generally, we head towards Nagarkot with the plan to catch the sunset. If everything goes as planned, you’ll get a mesmerizing sunset view at Nagarkot. Within 45 minutes from Bhaktapur, Durbar Square takes you to Nagarkot. Your overnight and dinner are at the Nagarkot Hotel.


Day: 04 Fly to Pokhara, Overnight


20 minutes







The day starts with a mesmerizing sunrise view in Nagarkot. You don’t need to go anywhere to get the view, as it is super beautiful from your hotel. Beyond the sunrise view, the sights of the Mountain ranges and green hills are stunning from your hotel.

After enjoying the sunrise view and completing breakfast, we will leave Nagarkot and move towards the domestic airport of Kathmandu. The airport is 1 hour’s drive from Nagarkot. After completing some formalities, you will have an aerial flight to Pokhara.

Within 25 minutes of the flight, you will get to Pokhara airport. Our representative will pick you up and drop you at the hotel for refreshments. Afterward, you will explore Phewa Lake and Lakeside. You can enjoy lunch in a lakeside hotel while enjoying the Phewa Lake and its surrounding beauty. Furthermore, you can also have dinner on the lakeside with an appreciating night view of the area— the overnight stay is at the Hotel of Pokhara near the lakeside.


Day: 05 Drive to the best viewpoint, Overnight


6 hours







The final day in Pokhara takes you to the best viewpoint after completing breakfast. Within a 25-minute scenic drive, you will get to Raniban Resort, the finest viewpoint Inn of Pokhara. The day is about enjoying the view from your room or the balcony. From the Raniban resort, you can enjoy panoramic views of the Annapurna, Dhaulagiri, and Macchapuchhre ranges. The views of Pokhara City and Phewa Lake are also apparent from the resort, providing a mesmerizing sight.

You’ll have a pleasing lunch, dinner, and overnight stay at the Raniban resort.


Day: 06 Fly to Kathmandu, Overnight


20 minutes







You will have lunch while appreciating the mountain range views from the Raniban resort for the last time. After a pleasant morning meal, we’ll pick you up and drop you off at Pokhara airport. After saying goodbye to Pokhara, you’ll fly back to Kathmandu.

Upon landing at Kathmandu airport, we will pick you up and drop you off at your hotel. You have enough time on the day to shop or visit nearby areas. If you need support, our team member will assist you—lunch, dinner, and accommodation at Kathmandu’s hotel.


Day: 07 Departure


20 minutes



It’s time to say goodbye. The seventh day is your departure day on the accessible wheelchair tour. We’ll be outside your hotel to drop you off at the airport when you arrive. If you have more time, we can suggest other accessible tours.

We will drop you off at Tribhuvan International Airport. We hope you’ve enjoyed the tour and will return to Nepal. Have a safe journey.

What's Included?

  • Pick up and drop off from the international by private vehicle.
  • Pick up and drop off at the Domestic airport by private vehicle.
  • Three-star hotels in Kathmandu, Pokhara, and Nagarkot.
  • Breakfast is included in every hotel.
  • Private air-conditioned transportation for sightseeing.
  • Helpful and English-speaking tour guide.
  • Salary and accommodation for the tour guide.
  • From Kathmandu-Pokhara by plane.
  • From Pokhara to Kathmandu by plane.
  • Sightseeing in Pokhara according to itinerary.

What's Excluded?

  • Wheel Chair
  • Lunch and Dinner during the trip.
  • Helicopter /Plane tour to Everest.
  • Entrance fee while you are sightseeing on tour.

Add-ons & Options

Boundless Adventure presents various new features yearly to make travelers’ journeys more smooth, comfortable, and memorable. This time, we also have a new feature: add-ons for Nepal’s accessible wheelchair tour. The feature aims to allow wheelchair users to add some extra facilities our package doesn’t cover. The add-ons provide more thrilling opportunities to experience differently-abled people.

Chitwan Wildlife safari

The wildlife safari in Chitwan National Park provides a once-in-a-lifetime experience for wheelchair users. After experiencing the beauty of Pokhara and Kathmandu’s natural and cultural heritage, the add-ons offer an exclusive option to appreciate the beauty of Nepal’s wildlife. The wildlife safari tour is a two-night 3, three-day package. On the trip, travelers get involved in various activities. The wildlife safari on a jeep, bird watching, visiting elephant breeding centers, enjoying the beauty of Rapti River, and the Tharu cultural program are the thrilling activities visitors participate in during the tour. The Tour cost US$ 180/- Per person

Everest tour by plane

One of the significant services of add-ons on a Nepal accessible wheelchair tour is the Everest tour by plane. Now, Wheelchair user’s dreams of getting to the Everest region will not remain elusive. The Everest plan tour is 1 hour and involves a round trip to the Khumbu region. The flight offers a bird’s gaze view of Sagarmatha National Park. The tour is wheelchair friendly and safe. The cost of the Everest tour by plane is USD 246/ per person.

Everest Tour by Helicopter.

If travelers want to immerse themselves in the beauty of the Everest region more, the add-ons present an Everest helicopter tour. The trip is three hours, including a round trip to Khumbu Valley, a ground landing at Gorakshep, and returning to Kathmandu. We guarantee to provide a window seat to each person on the helicopter tour. Through the comfort of a window seat, wheelchair users can appreciate the view of Mount Everest, Lhotse, Lhotse Sar, Ama Dablam, Nuptse, Khumbutse, and other surrounding peaks. The cost for the Everest helicopter tour per head is USD 1380/- Per person

Essential Information - Nepal accessible wheelchair Tour

Activities during the tour

The main objective of the “Nepal accessible Wheelchair tour” is to provide the thrill and enjoyment to wheelchair users that ordinary people are experiencing. Thus, individuals with physical challenges can get involved in numerous activities in Nepal on touch. The activities travelers get involved in during the wheelchair tour to Nepal include;

Exploration of Kathmandu Valley

Kathmandu is the prominent tourist hub of Nepal, and wheelchair users can visit this city on their tour. On the Kathmandu tour, visitors can experience the city’s rich cultural heritage. Ancient cultures in modern cities will amaze travelers. A visit to Kathmandu Durbar Square, Pashupatinath Temple, and Boudhanath on the exploration day of Kathmandu provides wheelchair users with a unique experience and memorable trip.

Exploration of Bhaktapur Durbar Square

On the trip, wheelchair users can learn about Bhaktapur Durbar Square’s architecture and historical significance, a UNESCO Heritage site. On Durbar Square, travelers can enjoy sightseeing the ancient temples, palaces, and courtyards that show the ancient times of Nepal.

Sunrise and Sunset views

On the Nepal wheelchair-accessible tour, one can appeal to the eye with a mesmerizing sunrise and sunset view. The sunrise views over the mountain peaks from Nagarkot and Pokhara viewpoints provide a feeling of achievement to wheelchair users. Also, getting those views will encourage them to travel the world by fostering inner travelers inside them.

Cultural immersion

With every area’s visit, individuals can learn about different cultures. Also, visitors can interact with the residents of the regions they are visiting. This enhances the cultural immersion and chance for wheelchair users to interact with Neplases people, providing a deeper understanding of the Nepalese local culture.


Some wheelchair users have a photography hobby but might get discouraged due to their physical ability. For such travelers, the tour provides ideal photography options. Each destination on the tour offers excellent photography options.


Boundless Adventure provides comfortable transportation wheelchair tours in Kathmandu and Pokhara. We offer a cozy private vehicle for ground transportation that considers visitors’ condition. Our tour package covers all the transportation expenses. For the tour, travelers either drive through a car or a van.

Our package also covers a plane ticket from Kathmandu to Pokhara. Ground transportation is also available to get to Pokhara from Kathmandu. However, it takes long driving hours, which can be difficult for wheelchair users, considering that our package involves a 25-minute flight from Kathmandu to Pokhara.


Every area sightseers see is a viewpoint, as every location offers something. However, the Nepal-accessible wheelchair tour includes some of the specific viewpoints known for providing panoramic views. The viewpoints of Nagarkot and Pokhara are two significant aspects of the tour.

The hotel itself is the viewpoint on Nagarko. We manage the finest hotel for wheelchair users, from which they can get a spectacular view of the area’s beauty. Travelers can also enjoy the hotel’s mesmerizing view of sunrise and sunset. Furthermore, the sights of mountain peaks are fascinating from the hotel’s viewpoint on Nagarkot.

The viewpoint of Pokhara is of a Raniban resor . The resort provides spectacular views of the mountain ranges, Pokhara Valley, and Phewa Tal from the comfort zon . Visitors can catch the view from their rooms and balconie . The rising and setting sun is eye-appalling from the viewpoint of Raniban Resor . The rising sun over the peak of the mountains is one of the highlights of the viewpoint.


We recommend that you bring your Wheelchair with you for the trip. It is impossible to get a wheelchair of your size, so it is better to bring it yourself. You can take a foldable wheelchair with you on a plane, so there will not be any problem with taking your Wheelchair with you.

Every hotel has wheelchair access. Although it is not accessible to the hotel room, it is accessible until the reception area. We will take care of you from the reception area and safely take you to your room. However, some hotels have wheelchair accessibility until the room.


Boundless Adventure provides accommodation on a Nepal-accessible wheelchair tour. Thus, the trek package covers all the hotel expenses during the tour. During the stay in Kathmandu, we provide our client with a three-star hotel. The three-star hotel has facilities including twin beds and Wi-Fi. We can also offer more luxurious accommodation points to the client who desires them but at an additional cost.

Our tour package also covers accommodation in Pokhar . The accommodation points in Pokhara are of different type . Travelers spent two nights in Pokhar . Visitors spent the first night at a three-star hotel near the lakesid . On the second day, they spent the night in a cozy resort.


The Nepal-accessible wheelchair tour package includes breakfast throughout the tri. Travelers get breakfast every morning. However, visitors are responsible for their own lunch and dinner expenses. The breakfast consists of light foods, allowing visitors to start their day with energy.

The tour package excludes lunch and dinner, allowing visitors to choose their food according to their tastes and preferences. Visitors can choose from various food options for lunch and dinner, from local Nepali dishes to International cuisine.

Best touring time

Knowing a favorable time for Nepal’s accessible wheelchair tour is crucial. However, the tour takes place within the city area of Nepal; hence, travelers needn’t worry about choosing the best time. Nepal has four different seasons, and every season has its uniqueness. The Nepal-accessible wheelchair tour is favorable throughout the year. So, selecting the best touring time depends on individual preference.

Spring (Pre-monsoon), which falls between March and May, is one of the most favorable times for touring Nepa . Cities such as Kathmandu and Pokhara are full of flower blossoms in the spring months, making the tour more thrillin . Spring comes after Winter and before summer, with pleasant weather condition . Thus, for any individual looking for a month with blossoms of flowers and mild temperatures, spring is the best time for touring.

Summer (Monsoon) from June to August is also ideal for Nepal wheelchair tours. Most touring activities occur with vehicles, so the rainfall doesn’t affect the tour. Although the season is monsoon and heavy rainfall occurs during that time, the weather in the summer is warm, and greenery all over the areas presents beautiful views. However, we recommend that wheelchair users check the weather forecast and have the proper knowledge about the area’s temperature they are touring if they decide to tour in summer.

Autumn (post-monsoon) from September to November is a peak season in Nepal. Thus, touring activities are popular during this season. Autumn brings clear weather conditions and mild temperatures, making it ideal for touring. The season is post-monsoon, with greenery all around the area. The clear weather provides an excellent view of the mountain ranges in the Autumn. However, it is peak season, so there will be more crowds in Autumn.

Winter (December to February) is Nepal’s coldest season. The season is favorable for those who like freezing temperatures, and the views of mountain ranges are clear in Winter. However, the Nepal-accessible wheelchair tour doesn’t take you to higher elevations; the temperature will not be freezing at lower elevations. Thus, Winter is also a good choice for the tour.

Tour guide

The package includes a highly experienced and expert guide for the Nepal-accessible wheelchair tour. The guide has a vast knowledge of each area’s history and culture and all necessary information, including wheelchair-accessible routes. The guides have training in guiding individuals with disabilities. Likewise, guides are well-trained to handle the unforeseen situations that may arise during the tour.

The tour guide that Boundless Adventure provides has clear and practical communication skills and can convey information effectively and efficiently. The guide helps wheelchair users transform from one place to another. Most importantly, our tour guides are friendly and encouraging, making the tour enjoyable and stress-free. Hence, our guides have every quality that a guide for a wheelchair user should possess.

Touring equipment

For the Nepal-accessible tour, travelers can skip packing any specific equipment. Visitors can pack their daily usable clothes. However, if you are traveling during two favorable seasons, spring and Autumn, consider bringing warm clothes as the season is chilly. Still, believe that you are not traveling more than 2000m, and there is no special requirement for the tour. Here are some of the essential list of equipment for touring:

  1.  Backpack: Consider scarring a backpack with enough capacity to carry your items
  2.  Footwear: There is no need for specific footwear; you can wear your daily useable shoes and shock, providing comfort.
  3.  Clothing: Pack regular used clothes. Also, consider carrying a down jacket to use in the case.
  4.  Sun protection: Hat, sunglasses, sunscreen, and lip balm with SPF.
  5.  Personal items: Carry your belongings, including books, cameras, smartphones, and toiletries.

Online Bookable tour

Boundless Adventure made it easy for individuals with special needs by providing online booking options. On the top right side of the package, there is an option to ‘book this trip. ‘By clicking there, you can go through the booking process, including filling out your details.

You can also contact us via email or WhatsApp at +977 985103381. We are always here to support you and answer your queries. Please let us know if you’d like to add any more services. We’re okay with customizing your itinerary. If you want us to book the trip for you, we don’t mind. However, you must pay 20% of the amount during the booking period. You can spend the rest of the amount after arriving in Nepal.

Alternative activities

The Nepal-accessible wheelchair tour is not limited to visits to the city’s area. Instead, there is something you can expect more than the city area. Yes, Boundless Adventure provides a thrilling journey to the Everest region by plane and helicopter to those preferring to experience Nepal’s Himalayas. The options are part of alternative activities that wheelchair users on the tour can choose to include.

Boundless Adventure believes that every traveler has different interests; thus, by adding alternative options, we aim to provide more personalized service to our differently-abled clients. The detailed information on the alternative activities on the trip are:

1-hour Everest Tour by Plane

Travelers can experience the Everest region’s beauty without physical activity. The tour is an excellent option for wheelchair user whose dream is to visit the home of the world’s highest mountain peak at once in their life. The tour takes off from the domestic airport in Kathmandu and flights over the Sagarmatha National Park area. Boundless Adventure offers an ATR plane with a window seat for the tour. The one-hour Nepal mountain flight provides spectacular Mount Everest, Langtang, Gaurishanker, Ganesh Himal, Cho-Oyu, Nuptse, Pumori, Amadablam, and Manaslu Himalayan range.

3-hour Mount Everest Tour by Helicopter

A wheelchair user who prefers to spend more time in an Everest region has an option for a Mount Everest tour by helicopter that lasts for three hours. Boundless Adventure operates an AS350 B3 helicopter for the tour, ensuring your safe and convenient journey in the Everest region. The heli tour provides a bird’s gaze view of numerous mountain peaks, including Mount Everest (8848 m), Lhotse(8516m), Lhotse Sar(8383m), Ama Dablam (6812m), Nuptse(7861m), Khumbutse(6,665m), and many other. Likewise, the Khumbu, other stunning glaciers, and Khumbu valley from above will amaze you.


The Nepal-accessible Wheelchair tour package opens the possibilities for travelers with mobility challenges to discover the world. Nepal welcomes travelers with wheelchair users by improving the area to provide them with Accessibility. Major cities of Nepal, including Kathmandu and Pokhara, have an accessible option. The cities offer travelers a comprehensive experience by providing the perfect combination of natural beauty and cultural immersion.

Nepal invites wheelchair users to fulfill their dreams of exploration and discovery. We have designed the tour to let differently-abled individuals quickly experience the country’s diverse attractions. From visiting UNESCO heritage sites to experiencing mesmerizing sunrise and sunset views to appreciating the Himalayan views, Boundless Adventure commits to providing Accessibility to each beauty of Nepal.

Most Asked Questions by Travellers

Yes, Nepal has wheelchair-friendly tours. Boundless Adventure provides a reasonably priced wheelchair-friendly tour in Nepal. Some well-known destinations in Nepal have accessible areas for Wheelchair users.

You can travel to various destinations in Nepal by Wheelchair. Kathmandu and Pokhara are some of the common areas that have wheelchair-friendly routes. Visitors can visit Kathmandu Durbar Square, Pashupatinath temple, Boudhanath stupa, Bhaktapur Durbar Square, and Nagarkot within Kathmandu. Phewa Lake and the lakeside are popular points for wheelchair tours. Furthermore, visitors can also travel to the Everest region by Wheelchair by taking either an airplane or helicopter flight.

It is absolutely safe to travel by Wheelchair in Nepal, especially when you are in good hands. Boundless Adventure guarantees your safety during your tour in Nepal by Wheelchair. While a tour at a remote location by Wheelchair can be challenging, we provide a thrilling tour within city areas. Our team members will assist you throughout your journey to ensure your safety at each step. With proper planning and support, wheelchair users can have safe and enjoyable travel in Nepal.

Booking a wheelchair for an international traveler is easy. You can make a booking online. You can also contact us via WhatsApp at +977 9851033819 and ask for any queries regarding the tour. Please provide us with detailed information about your needs. Once you are satisfied with the package, you can book online. However, you must pay 20% of your total amount during the online booking.

According to the late census 2078, 2.2% ( 66755 people) of Nepal’s total population has different forms of disability. The highest rate of disability is in Bagmati province, with 18% of the total population having a disability. However, the situation of disabled people has made some progress. Still, disabled people are facing significant challenges.

Kathmandu and Pokhara are the two best places in Nepal for wheelchair users. Both locations offer wheelchair-friendly accommodations, attractions, and transportation options to ensure their safe and enjoyable tour. Kathmandu Durbar Square, Pashupatinath temple, Boudhanath stupa, Bhaktapur Durbar Square, and Nagarkot are the best places within Kathmandu. Likewise, Phewa Lake and the lakeside of Pokhara are the best places for Wheelchair users in Nepal.

Yes, you can take a foldable wheelchair on a plane. Every airplane provides unique facilities for wheelchair users. In fact, the plane’s crew will look after your Wheelchair during your flight.

Spring and Autumn are the best times to travel in Nepal by Wheelchair. However, the summer or Winter is also the best time, but only with proper planning and preparation. Yet, consider touring in Spring (March to May) and Autumn (September to November), as the seasons offer pleasant weather conditions with fewer challenges for wheelchair tours

No, not every hotel provides a Wheelchair. As Wheelchair sizes vary and the hotel staff are unaware of your size, you should bring it yourself. You will feel comfortable in your regularly used Wheelchair. Therefore, please don’t mind getting a wheelchair yourself.

It depends on the hotel whether you can enter by Wheelchair or not. At the same time, some hotels have Wheelchair Access throughout the hotel and rooms. However, some have only Access to the reception area. We guarantee the hotel staff will care for you from the reception area.

The Nepal accessible wheelchair tour cost varies depending on various factors, including specific needs, the number of people in a group, the tour duration, and any specific duration you want to include. However, Boundless Adventure provides exclusive group discounts for wheelchair users to encourage them to visit Nepal’s beauty. Regarding the cost, you can message us through WhatsApp at +977 9851033819.

Yes, Boundless Adventure has last-minute booking facilities. However, you must contact us before 24 hours, as we need to manage everything for your tour, which takes some time.

Yes, our highly experienced guide will guide you during your tour in Nepal. The guides have every quality a perfect guide should possess. The guide has in-depth knowledge of each area you are traveling through. He can provide you with detailed information about the place and terrain. Furthermore, the guide can handle emergencies and any unforeseen situation that may arise during the tour.

Generally, a Nepal-accessible wheelchair tour takes seven days. However, the seven days involve your arrival and departure from Nepal, so the tour lasts five days. You can expand your tour by informing us of any specific area you want to visit. We are ready to customize your itinerary if that would fit you. Moreover, you can add one day to your package by extending either a plane or helicopter tour to Everest.

Nepal has several alternative tours that are accessible by Wheelchair. The tour to Everest, either by airplane or helicopter, is one of the most common and desirable alternative trips that wheelchair users prefer. However, other alternative tours include Lumbini and Chitwan.

Yes, the accessibility wheelchair tour must pay an entrance fee in Nepal. Please feel free to pay the fee, as the government of Nepal has regulated the rule. So please obey the rule and pay for entrance accordingly. Yet, the Chnadragiri viewpoint doesn’t pay for differently abled people, but in some conditions.

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