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08 Days
Availability : Mar 19' - Feb 20'
Tour Details

Place to Visit

  • Kathmandu
  • Pokhara
  • Chitwan
  • Bharatpur
Itinerary

Day 1 Arrive Kathmandu

Kathmandu Reception at airport and transfer to your hotel. Enjoy the remainder of the day at leisure. Note: Check in to the hotel. Early check in may be available directly at the hotel subject to availability. You may store your luggage at the hotel until you are able to check in. The stay will be overnight at your hotel in Kathmandu.

Day 2Kathmandu

Private Full Day Kathmandu and Patan Tour
After breakfast, start your day sightseeing in Kathmandu City. Visit Durbar Square, Teleju Temple with its gilded roofs, and Hanuman Dhoka Durbar - the old Royal Palace - whose gate is guarded by a statue of Hanuman, the monkey-god, wrapped in a red cloak. Stop at House of the Living Goddess and the 12th century wood temple of Kasthamandap, from which Kathmandu derives its name. Continue on through the bazaar and labyrinthine of back streets in the old city. Then visit Swayambhunath Stupa, a UNESCO WORLD Heritage Site. It rests on a hillock and is one of the most important and the most sacred Buddhist shrines of Nepal. Legend has it that when Kathmandu Valley was a lake 2000 years ago, a single lotus flower grew at the center of the lake. When Saint Manjushree drained the lake with a single slash of his sword, the lotus settled on top of a hill and magically turned into a stupa. This stupa is the most ancient and perhaps the most enigmatic of all holy shrines in Kathmandu.
Continue from there to Patan, also known as Lalitpur. The city of artisans is a paradise of fine arts and one of the three cities in the Kathmandu Valley. Located 5 miles southeast from the Kathmandu City, Patan is best known for its rich cultural heritage. It is home to the valley’s finest craftsmen who have preserved such ancient techniques as the repousse and lost wax process used to produce exquisite sculptures. The city retains much of its old charm with its narrow streets, brick houses and multitude of well-preserved Hindu temples, Buddhist monasteries (vihars) and monuments. In the heart of Patan, amidst the marketplace, lays the UNESCO World Heritage Site of Patan Durbar Square, an area filled with ancient palaces, pagoda temples, stone baths, Hindu and Buddhist statues, engravings and bronze cravings. Also located in the square is the Patan Museum, formerly a Malla palace, which houses bronze statues and religious objects, some dating back to the 11th century. The stay will be overnight at your hotel in Kathmandu.

Day 3Kathmandu

Private Half Day Pashupatinath and Bodhnath Tour
Begin your day 5km east of Kathmandu city at Pashupatinath Temple, one of the holiest Hindu temples dedicated to Lord Shiva. Located amidst lush green natural area on the bank of holy river Bagmati, the temple built in pagoda style has a gilded roof and richly carved silver doors. Visitors can see the temple from the bank of Bagmati River, as entering is strictly forbidden to non-Hindus. Pashupatinath is the center of annual pilgrimage on the day of Shivaratri which falls in February / March. Behind the temple are the cremation grounds. Continue from there to Bouddhanath, listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Bouddhanath Stupa is one of the most imposing landmarks of Kathmandu. This ancient stupa is built on a massive three-level mandala style platform and is the largest in the world. The base is adorned with 108 small images of the Dhyani Amitabha Buddha and inset with prayer wheels. Thousands of pilgrims circle the stupa each day spinning the prayer wheels.
The Stupa is on the ancient trade route from Tibet that enters the Kathmandu Valley by the village of Sankhu. Tibetan merchants have rested and offered prayers here for many centuries. When refugees entered Nepal from Tibet in the 1950s, many decided to live around Boudhanath. The Stupa is said to entomb the remains of a Buddhist sage, perhaps parts of the Buddha’s body (bones, teeth), or sacred texts and other ceremonial objects. Next, visit the extraordinary Bhaktapur Durbar Square, a UNESCO World Heritage Site whose monuments reflect the glory days of the Malla Dynasty when art and architecture thrived in the three cities of the valley. In Bhaktapur Durbar Square, visit the unique Nyatapola Temple that rises above the city’s landscape as a remarkable landmark. Bhairavnath Temple, dedicated to Bhairav, the God of Terror, is a three-storied temple noted for its artistic grandeur and stands adjacent to the famous five-storied Nyatapola Temple. The Golden Gate is the entrance to the 15th century Palace of 55 Carved Windows. The golden gate is a masterpiece in repousse art, which has added splendor to this palace square that consists of buildings dating from the 13th century to the 18th century. Before returning to your hotel, stroll around Taumadhi Tole, a short street lined with shops. The stay will be overnight at your hotel in Kathmandu.

Day 4Kathmandu - Pokhara

At the appropriate time, you will be met at your hotel and transferred on a scenic route approximately 6 hours to your hotel in Pokhara. Pokhara’s bewitching beauty has been the subject of many travel writers. Its pristine air, spectacular backdrop of snowy peaks, serene lakes and surrounding greenery make it “the jewel in the Himalayas,” a place of remarkable natural beauty. Check-out at the hotel is at 12:00 pm. Late check-out may be available directly at the hotel subject to availability. You may store your luggage at the hotel until the time that you are ready to leave for the airport.

Private Half Day Phewa Taal Boat Ride
After check-in, enjoy boating at the Phewa Taal, the second largest lake in Nepal. The lake is stream fed but a dam regulates the water reserve, so it is classified as semi-natural freshwater lake. Visit Barahi Temple - the island temple situated on a small island in Phewa Lake and then return to your hotel. The stay will be overnight at your hotel in Pokhara.

Day 5Pokhara

Private Full Day Sarangkot & Pokhara City Tour
Early in the morning drive to Sarangkot, a beautiful village located on a mountainside ridge at an altitude of 1600m with panoramic Himalayan views. On the way, visit Bindabasini Temple, one of the oldest temples in Pokhara. After breakfast, continue sightseeing in Pokhara. Visit the famous Davis Waterfall and Gupteswor Mahadev Cave, one of the longest caves in Nepal. From there, continue to Palkhiel Tashi Tibetan refugee camp, which was established in 1962 in cooperation with the Swiss Development Corporation and the Government of Nepal. The camp in Pokhara is like little Tibet. The Tibetan people here produce and trade woolen carpets and other handicrafts. They also run souvenir shops around the lake and some of them work as street vendors selling souvenirs at bargain prices. Next, head to the International Mountain Museum to see the original gear from many of the first Himalayan ascents. Learn about mountaineering, the world's mountain system, mountain cultures, environments, prominent people in mountain history, mountain geography, ecology, exhibition of mountaineering history and implied methods. The stay will be overnight at your hotel in Pokhara.

Day 6 Pokhara - Chitwan

After breakfast at the hotel, drive approximately 5 hours to Chitwan, the first national park in Nepal, and one of the finest national parks in Asia. Located in the foothills of the Churia Ranges, Chitwan is among the last surviving examples of continuous bands of forests and grasslands, which once extended from the Indus River in Pakistan to the Burmese border. The Park is famous for its variety of wildlife, especially the Great Indian One Horned Rhinoceros. On arrival at your hotel, check into your room and enjoy lunch while learning about the evening’s activities. The stay will be overnight at your hotel in Chitwan.

Day 7 Chitwan

Awake for a full day of jungle activities. You can embark on an elephant safari, take a canoe ride, visit Tharu Village, walk in the jungle, or go bird watching! Enjoy full day of jungle activities. Some must-sees in the park include the Elephant Breeding Program and the Gharial Crocodile Breeding Project. The stay will be overnight at your hotel in Chitwan.

Day 8 Chitwan - Bharatpur - Kathmandu by flight and departure

At the appropriate time, you will be met at your hotel and transferred to the airport in Bharatpur for your flight to Kathmandu.
Arrive Kathmandu airport and stay in transit to board flight for onward journey.

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