Experience Nepal Tour – 11 days
- Explore the rich Newari culture of Kathmandu
- The mountain flight will provide the ultimate close-up view of Mount Everest (The highest mountain the world)
- Visit 4 out of 10 UNESCO world heritage sites in Nepal.
- Visit Pokhara which is famous for its lake and gateway to world famous Annapurna Trek.
- Visit Sarankot, possibly the best Sunrise and sunset point
- Visit Bandipur the historic Newari city, which has been successful in preserving ancient Newari architecture and culture.
- Visit Chitwan (largest national park of Nepal) famous for preserving endangered species like One-horned rhino and Royal Bengal tiger.
Namaste and Welcome to Nepal. Experience Nepal trip is the ultimate trip that takes you from lowland of Nepal to breathtaking mountainous highland. For the next 11 days of the trip, you will be witnessing cultural, religious, architectural and diverse landscape of Nepal. You will fall in love with the god gifted country’s rich natural resource and culture.
The trip offers the most dramatic Himalayan views to be witnessed across its entire range. It offers a magical culture, stunning architectural buildings and fantastic wildlife in the south, as well as some unique and luxurious hotels and lodges. From local Newar people of Kathmandu to Tharu people of lowland, you will be experiencing diverse cultural experience throughout the trip. You will be fascinated with the simplicity of Nepalese people their rich culture that they have been able to hold and preserve for future generation.
|Day||Itinerary||Altitude (Meters)||Duration (Approx. Hrs.)|
|1||Pickup from airport and drop to the hotel||1300|
|2||Kathmandu cultural trip||1300||4|
|3||Mountaing flight and visit Boudhanath and Pashupatinath||1300||6|
|4||Fly to Pokhara. Visit Peace Pagoda, Devi’s Fall, Bat cave||827||6|
|5||Sunrise at Sarankot, Leisure day at Lakeside||1600||2|
|6||Drive to Bandipur||1000||2|
|7||Drive to Chitwan, Jeep safari inside the National park||100||4|
|8||Elephant Safari at Chitwan national park||100||2|
|9||Drive to Kathmandu||1300||6-8|
|10||Bhaktapur city tour. Farewell dinner||1000||2-3|
|11||Drop to airport||1300|
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Day 1: Welcome to Nepal, land of Mountains and deities. We offer impeccable service as soon as you set your foot on Kathmandu.
Day2: After your arrival, we set forward to explore the cities of Kathmandu which are rich in culture and full of life and excitement. The valley consists of three historic cities; Kathmandu, Patan, and Bhaktapur. Exploring the streets of Kathmandu can be done on foot or rickshaw which is an adventurous experience in itself. The streets are filled with colorful and vibrant accessories. Kathmandu is a melting pot of traditional values with a twist of modern development. This is the perfect time to explore the narrow streets of the city and view the local aestheticism (which is most likely to be a cow). This is followed by an optional dinner.
Day 3: Wake up to view the majestic mountains of Nepal. The mountain flight will provide the ultimate close up view of the Mount Everest, the highest mountain in the world. After a spectacular view of Everest, we will visit the World Heritage Sites Boudhanath and Pashupatinath. Bouddhanath is a Buddhist Stupa and place of worship for Buddhist people all around the world. After the earthquake, the damaged Stupa was rebuilt on November 2016. The vicinity has many Buddhist monasteries along with options for Tibetan foods and observation of monks. Pashupatinath is one of the biggest Hindu temple in the world located on the bank of Holy Bagmati River. We can observe pilgrims and ‘babas’ in their prayers as well as the cremation area for Hindus.
Day 4: Pokhara, the second largest city of Nepal and hub for tourists is famous for its lake and lakeside area. It is also transit for many trekking destinations. After flying to Pokhara (20 minutes), we will take a boat ride around Fewa lake, the second largest lake in Nepal and visit Peace Pagoda built by the Japanese Buddhist monk, from where we can observe Annapurna Himalayan Range. Other famous sites include Devi’s fall, Bat cave. The nightlife of Pokhara is famous for the variety of cuisines available in the lakeside area. It is a local hub for drinks and dinner with Nepali music and handicrafts.
Day 5: Sarangkot is located at the topmost part of Pokhara and is a perfect place to get a picture-perfect shot of the Himalayas. The early morning ride to Sarangkot along the twisted road provides a breathtaking view of the valley and the mountains. Sarangkot is famous for paragliding and parahawking. The remaining time can be used to leisure around in the lakeside area and wander around. (Hyperlink: Walking down the paragliding trail)
Day 6: Bandipur is a historic city on the way to Kathmandu from Pokhara. Renowned as a Newari city (ethnic city), it is known for its Newari style architecture and ancient city famous for its traditional Nepali style planning. Bandipur is located on a top of a hill and provides a spectacular view of the mountain in an ethnic environment. The street of Bandipur is lined with old-style buildings with modern amenities available. It is a small beautiful town with nature at its best. This untouched city is purity at its best. There are many places of interest like orchard garden, silkworm farm.
Day 7: Chitwan: The day will start with the early morning hike to the cave, Siddha Gufa. The trail is famous for its ancient villages, evergreen-rich forests, temples. After Bandipur, we will head to Chitwan, famous for its wildlife and national park. The drive will take 4-5 hours. Chitwan National Park is one of the largest and oldest national parks in the country. It is famous for tigers and rhinos as well as a wide variety of floras and faunas. The late afternoon jeep safari to the jungle is an adventurous and fun-filled activity for all the animal lovers where you can view wildlife at its best. The evening will end with drinks and dinner at the hotel bar for whole day activities tomorrow.
Day 8: From early morning elephant safari to canoeing, this day will be jam-packed to explore Chitwan at its best. The elephant ride is the best possible way to observe wild animals and birds (rhinos, deers, birds). After an elephant bath, how exciting to bathe with the elephants in Rapti River. After lunch and rest, the rest of the day is heading towards the jungle and exploring it through canoeing which a small dugout boat is made from a local tree. The day ends with cultural Tharu dance at the hotel and scrumptious dinner.
Day 9: After breakfast, we head to Kathmandu which will take 5-6 hours. This day will be a rest day where you can explore Kathmandu on your own or do some shopping for souvenirs.
Day 10: The last day of this amazing trip will be spent in the historic city of Patan. The city is cited in the UNESCO World Heritage site and is famous for its ethnic lifestyle and old school buildings. The architecture dates back to the Malla dynasty and has been preserved to date. The city provides undiluted observation of local people of Kathmandu valley where you can sip coffee by the cafe and relax in the sun. The tour will end with the farewell dinner from Beyul at a well-known restaurant in Kathmandu.
Day 11: The trip ends today, you will be going back home with memories to cherish for the rest of your life.
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Included: Expert pre-trip advice and detailed information Motivated staffs All airport transfers and ground vehicles Mountain flight Twin-sharing accommodations and 3 meals throughout the trip. Not Included: Nepalese visa fee Excess baggage charge Private transportation apart from those in itinerary Extra night accommodation in Kathmandu or Pokhara due to early/late arrival/departure, or due to early return from the trek International flights Travel and Rescue insurance Personal expenses (phone calls, laundry, bar bills, extra porters, bottled/boiled water, shower)