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Experience The Nepal Unique Nature and Culture Tour

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12 Days
Availability : All Year Round
Kathmandu - Chitwan Pokhara
Tour Details

The trip to three UNESCO listed cultural heritage sites – the Durbar Squares of Kathmandu, Patan and Bhaktapur are great experiences that you will not want to miss. Seeing these places allow for a deeper understanding of the historical development of arts and architecture. One of the great sights to see are the grand Stupas of Swayambhunath and Boudhanath. Here you are able to see the wise eyes of the Buddha, which will surely inspire you and encourage you to connect with your inner peace.

There also is the opportunity to go on short hikes. Some of the locations include Sundarijal, the beautiful lake city of Pokhara, and the thrilling Jungle Adventure at Chitwan National Park. Here, you will be able to appreciate the beauty of Nepal. Having multiple cultures in Nepal has its benefits. The diverse practices of dozens of their ethnic groups and castes, allows for many different practices, people, and shows off the uniqueness of Nepal. 

The Himalayan range and the sunrise from Nagarkot and Sarangkot is such a breathtaking experience, it is a must see.

Do you want to immerse fully in Nepalese culture and nature? On our guided tours, you can learn about human civilization during the medieval societies and create everlasting memories after visiting the Himalayas. On our Nature & Culture tour, you will be provided with a taste of everything, from visiting ancient temples to religious ceremonies, from sightseeing in the Kathmandu valley to Jungle Safaris.

Departure & Return Location


Departure Time

3 Hours Before Flight Time

Price Includes

  • Transfer to and from the hotel to the International airport by a private vehicle
  • Double/ Twin bed accommodation with breakfast in Kathmandu, Nagarkot and Pokhara
  • Guided tour through Kathmandu and Pokhara
  • A nature guide in Chitwan
  • Activities in Chitwan as per the itinerary including three meals a day
  • Entrance fees at the monuments, temples, and Park as per the itinerary
  • Farewell Dinner with Nepali Cultural program
  • Private vehicle for short tour and long trip to Chitwan- Pokhara and Kathmandu

Price Excludes

  • Any bar bills soft drinks, water or alcoholic drinks , laundry and phone bills
  • Client’s personal, medical and travel insurance
  • Any kind of unforeseen expenses
  • Gratuity for staff
  • Lunch and dinner in Kathmandu & Pokhara


  • Buddhist Cultural Heritage Tour
  • Moderate Hikes around the locations
  • Travel with Locals in the Community
  • In Touch with Nature - Jeep Safari in Chitwan
  • Adventure experiences
Tour Highlights
  • Cultural and Spiritual tour to the valleys most important heritage site and shrines.
  • Spectacular sunset over the Kathmandu Valley, the sunrise over eastern Himalayan ranges including Mt.Everest from Nagarkot
  • Scenic drive to the low land of Nepal and the famous Chitwan National Park
  • The natural wonders of Pokhara valley
  • Enjoy the Nepalese traditional dance, music and song at the Kathmandu most renowned local restaurant.

Day 1Arrival in Kathmandu, Nepal

Welcome to Kathmandu! As soon as you touch down in this magical land at the top of the world, you’ll be eagerly greeted, and then whisked off to your comfy hotel at the heart of the city. Kathmandu is the capital of Nepal and the Kathmandu Valley is the political and cultural heart of the Kingdom. The urban sprawl that makes up modern Kathmandu is in fact two cities, Patan and Kathmandu.

Day 2City Tour to Bhaktapur and drive to Nagarkot (Hill Station)

Today you can indulge in the mystical warmth of this city. A tour around the Bhaktapur Durbar Square, the museum of medieval art and architecture with many examples of sculpture, woodcarving and colossal pagoda temples consecrated to different Gods and Goddesses are in for you today. The main attractions of the Bhaktapur Durbar Square are the 55 Window Palace, the Lions gate, the small Pashupatinath temple, Vastala temple, Nyatapola temple and the Bhairavanath temple.
The city where Nepali medieval times are preserved. It emanates the vibes of an ancient city which is why it is listed as one of UNESCO’s world heritage sites. It pre-sents a genuine living history, with its pagoda style wooden temples, stone water spouts, brick lined narrow alleyways, intricately carved traditional wooden Nepalese houses, and magnificent mountain ranges.

After you explored Bhaktapur, you reach Nagarkot, a hill station situated at the north of Bhaktapur and famously known as being the key viewpoint to enjoy the beautiful sunrise and sunset with the chain of the mighty Himalayas in the distance. Just above Bhaktapur lies the hill with the Bagishwari Saraswatisthan (Manjushree cave) where Milarepa, a Tibetan tantric Yogi used to meditate.

Day 3Nagarkot - Patan - Swayambhunath

The hilltop Nagarkot, at the eastern periphery of the Kathmandu valley, is the second highest peak in the valley at more than 2000 meters above sea level. Reaching the top after an hour long exciting and winding drive you will see the surreal view the Mount Everest among the Himalayas. The next stop, Patan Durbar Square, is one of the examples of the ancient Newari architecture of the Malla reign. The major highlight today is the Krishna Temple with 21 pinna-cles built in Shikhar style. Once called the city of Bihars and Bahils, Mahaboudha is the terra-cotta masterpiece of 14th century. Buddhist must-see places include Hiryana Verna Mahabihar, Rudra Verna Mahabihar and Ashokan stupas. The Chowks (courtyards) Mul chowk, Sundari chowk, Mani chowk and Narayan Chowk are other interesting sites nearby. Here, you can stroll around the old Newari residential houses and explore the beautiful golden temples along with Kumbheshwor, which is oldest temple in the valley.

Afterwards you visit Swayambhunath (literally meaning self-incarnated) which is known as the Monkey temple, as herds of monkeys are residential there. Swayambhunath is a UNESCO world heritage site and itself consists of various shrines dating back to the ancient period. You can see the valley from the top of the hillock where the temple is situated. However, be cautious near the monkeys and do not carry food items.

Day 4Budhanilkantha – Sundarijal – Boudhanath

Today’s first stop is Budhanilkantha, a stone sculpture of Sleeping Vishnu, located at the northern part of central Kathmandu. It is also the gateway to the nearest and possibly the best short-hike near Kathmandu, the Shivapuri National Reserve. Hiking through the reserve to Sundarijaal is filled with peace and serenity. Even though being so close to the bustling city you will feel so far away from the noise and hustle.

The next stop Boudhnath, is the world’s largest stupa with 36 meters. It lies about 6 km east of the center of Kathmandu. The design of the stupa is really fascinating, with hundreds of prayer wheels and 108 small images of Buddha all around. As you enter from the hustling main street, you will feel the peace and spiritual energy of this place. It is surrounded by numerous rooftop restaurants so enjoy your lunch while having an astonishing view over the stupa.

Day 5Drive to Chitwan

Today you will leave the valley to head for Chitwan along the winding road along the Trishuli River. Chitwan lies in the Terai region and is famous for its beautiful national park where you can enjoy numerous kinds of exploration. It is one of the finest national parks in Asia, covering an area of 932 km² and is enlisted as a World Heritage site. It holds an abundance of wildlife and is home to some of the endangered species such as the Royal Bengal tiger, the One-horned rhinoceros, and the Asian Elephant which reside with Gaurs as well as Sloth Bear, monkeys, varieties of deer, crocodiles, butterflies and over 530 species of colorful birds.

Day 6Explore Chitwan

Today you can enjoy the highlights of the Chitwan National Park, such as a village walk, gaze at the sunset , watch the traditional Tharu stick dance (cultural program), Canoe ride, visiting an elephant breading center, witness elephants bathing, doing an elephant back Safari or bird watching.

Day 7Chitwan – Pokhara

Today a 5 hours drive through the scenic landscape of Chitwan to the lake city Pokhara takes place. The ride will offer beautiful sights such as the Trishuli river and pictoresque villages. You know you will be close to Pokhara, as soon as you catch a glimpse of Mount Fishtail. In the evening you can take a stroll around the Phewa Lake in bejeweled Pokhara.

Day 8Explore Pokhara

Pokhara invites you not only to relax but also to participate in different adventurous activities it offers. You will see the must-see places like the Phewa lake, Davi’s fall, Mahendra Cave, Bat cave, the Tibetan refugee camp and a museum.

Also, as an option you could cross the city from above by Paragliding or by traveling 160km/hour in a Zip flyer. You can also Mountain Bike along the valley or if you are daring enough, Sky diving has recently been added to the list.

Day 9Pokhara – Sarangkot – Pokhara

Today starts before sunrise as you head for Sarangkot, a village situated at the top of a hill in the north of Phewa Lake. On a clear day, the panoramic ranges of Annapurna, Dhaulagiri, Machhapuchhre and Ganesh Himal can be seen, as the sunrise paints the pristine mountains in a red glow. In the other direction, the wonderful vista of Phewa Lake opens before you. After gazing at the sunrise, you will return back to the hotel for breakfast and it will be a day all to yourself to indulge in your beautiful surroundings.

Day 10Pokhara-Kathmandu

After a good night’s rest and breakfast at your hotel, you’ll be heading back to Kathmandu today. In the evening, relax with your favourite drinks and explore the vibrant shopping area of Thamel.

Day 11Pashupatinath- Kathmandu Durbar Square - Local market - Dinner

The world heritage site Pashupatinath is one of the most famous Hindu temples in the world. Dedicated to Lord Shiva with its golden pagoda style roofing and richly carved silver doors, and situated on the bank of the holy Bagmati River, cremation processes of the Hindu body are happening regularly. This is a very emotional procedure, yet it offers another perspective on the cycle of life.

Afterwards, your next stop is the Kathmandu Durbar Square, home to the some of the finest crafts and architecture. In Kathmandu, also known as the city of temples, is a city where modern and ancient cultures. Durbar Square also contains the famous “Living goddess house” or “Kumari Ghar”. On the way back, you will have time to buy some souvenirs, such as spices, tea or the famous Pashmina shawl for your loved ones amidst the buzzing local markets. In the evening, we would gladly like to invite you for a traditional Nepalese dinner accompanied by cultural program.

Day 12Final Departure

After we have transferred you to the airport and said farewell, we hope that you will reminisce in sweet memories of Nepal, Kathmandu, different temples, mountains, nature, the people and their smiles.


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Wade Miller, USA

Family Traveller

New foods, experiences and immersing –
Nepal is an amazing country with a beautiful countryside and most importantly beautiful people. Honestly the most comforting and humbling place to visit. I have learned a lot about myself through trying new foods, experiences and immersing myself in a culture, which is very different. I cannot say enough about the team and their connections throughout the country.

April 27, 2019