Kathmandu, Nepal from Perth $569, Adelaide $574, Brisbane $592, Melbourne $622, Sydney $639 Return (China Southern)

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Travel during April – June 2019. All bags and meals are included, plus a free hotel for any layovers!

$569 Return Perth to Kathmandu Flights.
Depart Return
11/May 03/Jun $569
25/Apr 20/May $569
11/May 04/Jun $569
25/May 18/Jun $569
02/May 27/May $569
12/May 06/Jun $569
19/May 13/Jun $569
30/May 24/Jun $569
24/Apr 20/May $569
02/May 28/May $569

$574 Return Adelaide to Kathmandu Flights.
Depart Return
16/May 09/Jun $574
27/Apr 21/May $574
04/May 28/May $574
27/May 20/Jun $574
22/Apr 17/May $574
13/May 24/May $574
27/Apr 22/May $575
29/Apr 24/May $575
04/May 29/May $575
06/May 31/May $575

$592 Return Brisbane to Kathmandu Flights.
Depart Return
29/Apr 22/May $592
17/May 09/Jun $592
21/May 13/Jun $592
30/May 22/Jun $592
25/Apr 18/May $592
10/May 02/Jun $592
22/Apr 16/May $592
29/Apr 23/May $592
10/May 03/Jun $592
19/May 12/Jun $592

$622 Return Melbourne to Kathmandu Flights.
Depart Return
22/Apr 16/May $622
29/Apr 23/May $622
06/May 30/May $622
14/May 07/Jun $622
21/May 14/Jun $622
28/May 21/Jun $622
25/Apr 20/May $622
09/May 03/Jun $622
16/May 10/Jun $622
23/May 17/Jun $622

$639 Return Sydney to Kathmandu Flights.
Depart Return
03/May 21/May $639
09/May 28/May $639
23/Apr 16/May $639
24/Apr 17/May $639
27/Apr 20/May $639
28/Apr 21/May $639
27/May 19/Jun $639
03/May 26/May $639
31/May 23/Jun $639
20/Apr 13/May $639

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Comments

  • +1 vote

    Singapore Airlines as well for $658 from Perth!

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    For those wanting to hike, Ace the Himalaya is a great trekking company

  • +7 votes

    Most awaited deal. Khaire haru le balla balla lyaye Nepali deal 😁

  • +7 votes

    Thinking of climbing Everest 🏔 Any one-way flights?

    • +1 vote

      great thinking! free cryogenic freezing and when they discover a cure for stupidity in the year 2120, the flights are bound to be cheaper!

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    I did the Annapurna base camp trek. Best experience of my life. I paid peanuts to do the 8 day trek.

    Here is a short 3 mins film of the highlights
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bM8CXiryORE

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      May i ask with whom?

      • +7 votes

        yeah, so what I got told was to arrange the guide in Kathmandu itself, instead of getting one organised from Aus since it will be way cheaper. So I paid $630 for a 8 day trek with guide, including all accomodation, 3 meals a day, all permits, all transportation, litrally everything. I did the trek with the nice young guy called Bhajaya. The company I ended up going with was called Osho vision treks. But I have Bhajaya's details in the description in my video, ask him directly if you want, he will be slightly cheaper. But in say all this, these guides make hardy nothing, so I don't recommend going too cheap. It is always nice to help out nice people. The Osho vision trek manager was super nice and good to talk to. He has his office in the main area called Thamel, so go there. There are a bunch of these trekking companies there, for me Osho was best and value for money and safe.

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          cheers bud

          were you solo with the guide?

          • +2 votes

            @ballisticman2: Yeah, so I landed in Kathmandu, next morning I went to Thamel, looked at a bunch of Trek agencies, booked the 8 day trek with the Osho guys, bought some trekking gear (which is also really cheap, just bargain) and then the following morning I started the trek. We went to Pokhara, which is a beautiful small town before going to the starting point of Annapurna base camp. Just me and my guide. But you meet a bunch of people from all over the world in the common area/dining areas of the guest houses.

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          Thanks for the info and nice video..you really looked happy and in peace in the video. Regarding the guide's name…it must be Bijaya. Pronounce B-Jay.

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      I did on last month. Best 5 days of my life.

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      That's an awesome video, thanks for sharing!

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      What kind of fitness level do you need to do this trek?

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    Have any one had done Annapurna circuits before??

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      I have done Annapurna circuit one year before.

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        How was the experience in overall mate and do you have a rough idea how much can i budget for all the trip as im planning to head towards circuit this march you thanks in advance @nullifier

        • +1 vote

          The level of trek is challenging as we have to cross Thorang la pass(5416 m) above sea level. Rushing to finish trek early can cause altitude sickness. But every step is worth. It's beautiful.

          Budget of your trek depends upon on how many days you want to finish the trek and from where you start. The jeep goes upto Manang. I started from the Besishar so the trek was long and a little bit expensive. I have found most of the trekkers starting from Chame. But keep in mind the road is bumpy and dangerous. Are you planning to travel solo or with guide?

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            @nullifier: I'm planning for solo because I had 20 days to go through Annapurna circuit so wanna spend more time over there and enjoy the beautiful mountains. Do you think carrying a Anti altitude sickness tablet will help in throng pass in case i need it cz i am sure it's no turning back after i started until and unless feel i can't make it up. been planning for more then 2 yrs so super excited thank you for sharing your experience .

            • +1 vote

              @rottenpotato123: If you have never been to high altitude then I would recommend carrying Anti altitude sickness tablets. You could also find porters if you have heavy backpack. There are horse services available to cross Thorang la pass. Hope you will have great experience. Cheers.

  • +2 votes

    Dhal bhat power..

  • +1 vote

    is it easy enough to make a change to china southern flights via their website that looks like it was made in the 90s?

    or do i have to call a number that only speak-a-da-chinese?

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    Go to the country side if you can.