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Discover Nepal: from temples, mountains to wildlife

Tour Plan

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Day 1 Welcome to Kathmandu

Welcome to Kathmandu, Nepal!
Upon arrival, our representative will meet you at the airport, and transfer you to your hotel.

Accommodation
4-star hotel
Day 2 Kathmandu Sightseeing

Morning visit to Pashupatinath, a revered Hindu temple tracing its origins to 400 BC. Located on the banks of the sacred Bagmati River, its pagoda-style architecture pays homage to Lord Shiva. Have a private Vedic astrology chart reading performed by a local Hindu priest.
Next, visit Bhaktapur at Durbar Square, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Marvel at ancient temples, intricately carved palaces, and the 55-Window Palace. A guided stroll through Bhaktapur's narrow lanes to explore traditional Newari architecture and learn about the city's fascinating past, from its medieval roots to the present day. Participate in a pottery class and get guidance from skilled artisans, to mould and shape clay, delving into the age-old craft that defines Bhaktapur's artistic heritage. Visit a local yoghurt factory and learn about the traditional process of producing Juju Dhau, Bhaktapur's famed sweet yoghurt.

Accommodation Meals
4-star hotel B/L/D
Day 3 Fly to Pokhara

After breakfast, transfer to the airport for a scenic flight to Pokhara, known as the gateway to the Himalayas. Upon arrival at Pokhara, take a cable car ride up to Sarangkot, a scenic hill station perched at an elevation of about 1,600 meters offering panoramic mountain views, such as Dhaulagiri, Annapurna and Manaslu. Stay at Sarangkot for the night.

Accommodation Meals Flight
4-star hotel B/L/D 30min
Day 4 Pokhara Sightseeing

Early sunrise view with breakfast before visiting Pumdikot, a viewpoint featuring a 16m statue of Lord Shiva. Stop at Shanti Stupa, one of Nepal's two peace pagodas. From this vantage point, relish breathtaking panoramic views of the Annapurna Mountains and the lakeside city of Pokhara. Evening boat ride on Phewa Lake, surrounded by the Annapurna and Machapuchare mountain ranges.

Accommodation Meals
4-star hotel B/L/D
Day 5 Pokhara Sightseeing

Explore Devi's Fall, where the Pardi Khola river vanishes into an underground tunnel. Next visit the Gupteshwor Cave, located near Devi's Fall to discover the impressive stalactite formations and the sacred Shiva Lingam inside the cave.

For the thrill-seekers, engage in paragliding, ziplining, or boating in the surrounding hills. Alternatively, embrace the culinary arts with cooking lessons or a singing bowl class.

Accommodation Meals
4-star hotel B/L/D
Day 6 Fly to Chitwan

Catch a morning flight to Chitwan. After lunch venture into the jungle on a jeep safari. Evening Tharu Cultural dance performance over dinner.

Chitwan National Park is the first established national park in Nepal (1973), located in the subtropical lowlands about 190 km southwest of Kathmandu. The National Park is home to about 68 mammal species, 544 bird species and 56 herpetofauna species. The park is especially renowned for its protection of the one-horned Rhinoceros, Royal Bengal Tiger and Gharial Crocodile. Enlisted under the World Heritage Property, the park is also a Ramsar Site – Beeshazari Tal in its buffer zone.
*Note: Jeep Safari is prohibited during monsoon season by the park authorities from June-September, and sometimes till October.

Accommodation Meals Flight
4-star hotel B/L/D 30min
Day 7 Chitwan Safari

Begin the day with a guided jungle walk, led by experienced naturalists. Explore the diverse ecosystems of Chitwan National Park, keeping an eye out for various bird species, deer, and smaller mammals. Gain insights into the flora and fauna as your guide shares their knowledge of the jungle's intricacies.
After lunch embark on a boat safari down the Rapti River, a lifeline for wildlife in the park. Drift along the tranquil waters, observing mugger crocodiles basking in the sun and various bird species along the riverbanks.

Accommodation Meals
4-star hotel B/L/D
Day 8 Chitwan Safari

Leisure day in the jungle.

Accommodation Meals
4-star hotel B/L/D
Day 9 Fly to Kathmandu

Fly back to Kathmandu, and visit Boudhanath, Nepal's largest stupa, dating back to the 14th century. As a UNESCO World Heritage Site, its colossal dome echoes Buddhist history. Engage in a private Solka Puja at Guru Lakhang Monastery, where monks conduct traditional ceremonies. Immerse yourself in Buddhist rituals, from pujas to the meditative Kora walk around the stupa.
End the journey is a farewell rooftop dinner overlooking Boudhanath.

Accommodation Meals Flight
4-star hotel B/L/D 30 min
Day 10 Depart

Transfer to the airport for your departure flight.

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When to travel

Nepal in January
Colder temperatures and minimal rainfall or snowfall. Ideal for treks amidst snow-covered Himalayas or exploring sun-soaked Southern Terai.
Nepal in February
Crisp weather prevails. Perfect for trekking, wildlife safaris, and cultural exploration.
Nepal in March
The prime trekking season begins as spring blooms. Pleasant temperatures invite trekkers and nature enthusiasts. Rhododendron blooms add vibrancy.
Nepal in April
Warm and dry. Ideal for trekking and witnessing Nepal’s diverse flora. Festival offer a cultural richness.
Nepal in May
Pre-monsoon warmth. Excellent for high-altitude trekking and enjoying lush landscapes.
Nepal in June
Monsoon onset. Rainy, especially in lower regions. Trekking limited, but landscapes are lush.
Nepal in July
Monsoon peaks. Greenery thrives. Best for cultural experiences, less for trekking.
Nepal in August
Monsoon persists. Green landscapes, cultural festivities continue.
Nepal in September
As the monsoon wanes, the second prime trekking season begins. Excellent for trekking. Clear skies unveil stunning mountain vistas.
Nepal in October
Post-monsoon clarity. Peak trekking season. Festivals celebrate culture and spirituality.
Nepal in November
Crisp autumn air. Ideal for trekking, wildlife safaris, and cultural exploration.
Nepal in December
The winter begins and temperatures get colder. Great for treks, cultural experiences, and Himalayan vistas.

A note on price

Tour prices will fluctuate depending on the time of year you are traveling and group size. International flights not included.
Please ask one of our Travel Designers for an accurate quote.

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