Shreeban Nature Camp is just around 80 km from Kathmandu. It tooks merely 3 and half hour to be there. We drove till Malekhu and then cross Trishuli river, driving on the Malekhu-Dhading Besi road for about 9 KM we stopped at Baireni. Another 9 Km on dirt road from Baireni, we reached at Shreban Nature camp which is located on the top of Nalang, at an altitude of 1300 meter. It offers 220 degree of stunning panoramic view of the Himalaya, from Dhaulagiri, Annapurna to Langtang, Gaurishankar Himal. It is an ideal place for family outing, weekend holiday. If you are a nature lover, Shreeban is perfect place to be, out of hustle and bustle of the city.
Had a great stay. Fourth visit and camp changed. Tents are broken up and lodges are built. Nice shower and toilet inside. All situated in a nice garden and beautifull view on Annapurna and Maslu. Near a lot of small farmhouses, to visit is possible. You can reach bye public bus, jeep or 3 hr trek. Good cook, organic food in garden.
We stayed here for one night of a 4-day excursion to Kathmandu. Long trip from Kathmandu but worth it (4 hours). We visited the school and nursery. The Shreeban nature camp are so welcoming, great food, beer available, hot water available. Highly recommended. Wandering around the village a real treat with the happy friendly welcoming people. A taste of rural Nepal.
We stayed here for two nights after a long medical volunteer trek and the camp was such a welcome relaxing place to stay. It is quite hard to get to - either hiking or bus. We ended up taking the public bus due to not enough time to hike. The public bus is scary to say the least- but it is an experience- but be prepared. At the lodge- they treat you like family with traditional meals served buffet style and coffee and tea whenever you would like. They have bottled water and beer that can be bought as well. It is so relaxing to sit on the porch with a drink or coffee and admire the amazing scenery. The mountain views are amazing if the clouds cooperate. They have hot water and toilets which is such a treat if you have been trekking for an extended period of time.We stayed in one of the tents which was warm, clean, and the bed felt like heaven after sleeping on the ground. One morning, one of the staff took us on a hike around the surrounding trails which was nice and we did go down into the little village and school. We were the only people here besides another couple and it was so relaxing- we did not want to leave. It has just the right amount of rustic feel along with comforts- perfect place for recovery after a long trek! I would recommend Shreeban to anyone!…