Our guided round tour to the three popular cities will offer deeper insight and understanding of the rich culture and traditions that can be traced back to the 7th century. With a fusion of Hindu, Buddhist, and Tibetan culture and the diverse practices of dozens of their ethnic groups and castes, Nepal is simply, one of the most culturally diverse places on earth. In addition to its diverse inhabitants, Nepal offers a stunning array of biospheres and vistas. Jungles, terraced hills, and the great Himalayan Range creates visually captivating contrasts and for those passionate about exploring the great outdoors, Nepal holds some of the most beautiful vistas in the world.
This tour is ideal for those wanting a meaningful experience, a full immersion into the life of the Nepali people, gaining a lifetime of memories and understanding in the land of the gods. You will be visiting from ancient temples to religious ceremonies, from sightseeing in the Kathmandu valley to jungle safaris at the largest National Park, Chitwan, and all the frenetic dynamism of Nepal’s capital city, Kathmandu.
Welcome to Kathmandu! Pretty much 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 IN THE middle of the city.
Evening awaits you the dinner where you can speak with the expert what is in the bag for next day
Patan Durbar Square and its surroundings are good specimens of ancient Newari architecture thanks to the Malla reign. The famous Krishna Temple with 21 pinnacles built-in Shikhar style is the major highlight. Once, a city of Bihars and Bahils; Mahaboudha is the terra cotta masterpiece of the 14th century. The courtyard or the Chowks named Mul Chowk, Sundari Chowk, Mani Chowk and Narayan Chowk are other places of interest.You can stroll around the old Newari residential houses and explore the beautiful golden temple along with the Kumbheshwor; the oldest temple in the valley.
Pashupatinath temple is one of the famous Hindu temples in the world and is also listed as a world heritage site. It is a pagoda-style Hindu temple with gilt roofing and richly carved silver doors dedicated to Lord Shiva.It is situated on the bank of the holy Bagmati River. The cremation process of the Hindus body is the sight full of emotions but also an interesting way of looking at the life cycle.
Be ready for the amazing drive to Chitwan as it offers the fantastic view of the valley from the hilltop when you exit from the Kathmandu valley. Your midday at Chitwan will start with the sumptuous lunch which later will followed with light program, Village walk, Sunset view and Tharu cultural dance.
One of the finest national parks in Asia, it lies in the lowlands of south-central Nepal, covering an area of 932 sq. km and is listed a World Heritage site since 1984. It is renowned for its variety and amount of wildlife
You will continue doing various activities from the remaining program in Chitwan. The highlights of today at the jungles of Chitwan are Jeep safari for approx 4 hours., Canoe Ride, Bird watching, and jungle walk.
Your day starts with the drive to Pokhara which takes about 4 hours.Pokhara metropolitan city is the second destination’s largest city after Kathmandu and is famous for its Himalayan range and gorgeous lake. The gateway to the famous Annapurna trekking, Pokhara is one of the popular destinations of Nepal for adventure sports and for relaxation. Take your time for the relaxation today as we will visit the famous places of interest in Pokhara.
Get ready to wake up early in the morning. You will be driven to Sarangkot’s viewpoint. From here you will get an amazing view of Annapurna, Manaslu, Dhaulagiri range, and Mt Fishtail including a Panoramic view of Pokhara valley. After the view, you will then hike down to Pokhara valley and enjoy your breakfast.
Later, in the afternoon we will visit the temple middle of the lake called Taal Barahi followed by Davids fall and Gupteshwor Cave.
Every corner you will find something amazing in Pokhara. Today our guide will meet us in the hotel and will guide us to the Peace stupa. The symbol of peace and harmony hike to Peace stupa is one of the never-miss things to do in Pokhara. Short boating in the Phewa lake will take you to the other side of the lake. From here comfortable hiking of 45 minutes you will reach Peace Stupa. A perfect viewpoint to see the Annapurna massif and Machhapuchere range. From Peace stupa, you will now be driven to Tibetan Refugee Camp where you can observe the life of Tibetan refugees as well as buy the handmade souvenirs to help them to generate extra income.
Transfer to the Airport for the flight back to your home with sweet memory of Nepal, Kathmandu, different temples, mountains, nature, peoples and smile.