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Nepal highlights tour 9 Days 1300

Tour overview

Ex-Guides Nepal highlight Tour is one of the best tours which will provide you with wonderful opportunities to get insights into Nepal via tapping into its natural beauty and diverse landscapes withvarious cultures and traditions powered by religions.From awe-inspiring UNESCO World Heritage Sites in Kathmandu Valley to breathtaking mountain views in Pokhara and even to amazing wildlife in Chitwan, your fabulous tour and our expertise will make this trip memorableNepal is a Himalayan kingdom that’s why trek in Nepal is special and rewarding mountain holiday. But you can see Nepal with less physical effort. Now most of the places are access easily by road or transportation. That’s why we take you the popular places of Nepal in easy way, to show you the adventures interesting things.This tour will show you the four word heritage sites of Kathmandu and then bhaktpur (open museum)all these places has own intresting history and architecture. You may get chance to see tip of the Everest and ranges of almost entire Himalayas from the place called nagarkot. After that you’ll be in the lap of the mountain place called Pokhara. This place is paradise on the earth you can see all the Annapurna Himalayas just infront of you. There are beautiful lakes around the Pokhara, among them phewa is the popular lake where you.


Our tour leader will be at the airport with our company’s logo. Once you will met the leader you will be warmly welcomed and will be transferred via chartered vehicle to the hotel in Kathmandu which will require approx. half an hour’s drive through roads and intricate streets. And after check-in at the hotel and refreshing, you will be briefed regarding your hotel, its surrounding areas and your wonderful tour itself.
Included accommodation: Kathmandu Guest House in Kathmandu
Mode of transport: Chartered vehicle
Today after breakfast, we shall commence our sightseeing at four must see UNESCO World Heritage Sites namely SwayambhuNath Stupa, Kathmandu Durbar Square, BoudhaNath Stupa and PashupatiNath Temple where each has the history of Kathmandu Valley’s establishment. Kathmandu, also known as ‘The City of Temples’, is vibrant and has many histories and mythologies. SwayambuNath Stupa: Located in the eastern outskirt of Kathmandu and atop a foothill, SwayambhuNath Stupa; the oldest stupa in Nepal, is a drive of approx. 15 minutes. The main entrance to the stupa is at the base of the foothill and is facing east from where 365 stone-steps (each represents a day of the year) lead all the way up to the top. The scared area of the stupa comprises monasteries, Ajima (Hindu Temple with goddess) and the white dome itself right in the centre. Since the stupa is atop the foothill, it offers wonderful views of Kathmandu Valley and amazing Langtang mountain range up in the north. The stupa is also known as Monkey Temple amongst foreigners as holy monkeys dwell there.Kathmandu Durbar Square: Located right in the centre of Kathmandu city, Kathmandu Durbar Square is a drive of approx. 10 minutes eastwards from SwayambhuNath Stupa and was the palace for Malla Kings and even for some Shah Kings. The area comprises many pagoda styled artistic Hindu temples built between 12th to 18th centuries as well as the temple namely Kasthamandap, which was built with the wood from a single tree and also where Kathmandu derived its name from. The area also houses Living Goddess Kumari (A young virgin girl from Shakya clan who is selected as the goddess Kumari via tough competition. Once she reaches her puberty or receives heavy loss of blood due to wounds/cuts, she is replaced with the other young virgin girl who will have to go through the same tough completion). BouddhaNath Stupa:BouddhaNath Stupa is the largest stupa ever built in Nepal. The stupa is located in the north-east outskirt of Kathmandu and is a drive of approx.20 minutes north-eastwards from Kathmandu Durbar Square. An old trading route between British-India and China-Tibet used to pass through this area so it became popular with Tibetans, for some of the Tibetan businessmen settled here for their business prosperity. The main stupa is right in the middle and is surrounded by souvenir shops, restaurants, Tibetan painting schools and monasteries.                                PashupatiNath Temple: Located in the eastern part of Kathmandu and on the west bank of holy Bagmati River, PashupatiNath Stupa is approx. drive of 10 minutes southwards from BouddhaNath Stupa. The temple belongs to Lord Shiva and is considered as the holiest Hindu’s temple of whose river bank sees cremations. Hindus only are allowed into the main temple complex whereas Non-Hindus are allowed to view the temple from the eastern bank of Bagmati River.This Evening,we shall drive to Nagakot via Arniko Highway (it leads to Tibet eventually) first and then through winding road up to the top of Nagarkot itself. First, we shall pass through the most developed areas of the cityand then through typical  countryside.                                                                                                                                     Nagarkot:Located eastwards from Kathmandu, Nagarkot is a popular hill-town and is approx. 1 hour’s drive from Kathmandu. The drive to Nagarkot is scenic and offers wonderful views of surrounding areas including snowy mountains at the north. One can enjoy the splendid views of green hills, valleys and above all – the magical vistas of panoramic snowy mountains starting from Dhaulagiri (8167m; the eight highest mountain on earth) at far left to the Mt. Everest (8150m; the highest mountain on earth) at far right.                 Upon arrival here, we shall check-in at the hotel and relax or even gadabout the surrounding areas.
Included accommodation: Hotel at Nagarkot
Included meal: Breakfast
Mode of transport: Chartered vehicle
We shall get up early for the sunrise view and enjoy the first ray of the sun paint the most popular snowy mountains at the backdrop, and perhaps you shortly. After breakfast, we shall drive down to Bhaktapur via same winding road. Bhaktapur: Located in the eastern part of Kathmandu Valley and westwards from Nagarkot, Bhaktapur,also known as City of Devotees, is a medieval town and is an open museum of art and architecture. The area comprises typical Newari houses as well as many small and big squares including four wonderful squares namely Bhaktapur Durbar Square, Dattatraya Square, Nyatapola Square and Pottery Square. Festival and festivities are parts of Bhaktapur people and religious processions are taken out on the bricked paved intricate streets and lanes almost every day.                       Upon arrival, we shall check-in at the guest house and commence guided sightseeing.
Included accommodation: Bhadgaon Guest House in Bhaktapur
Included meal: Breakfast
Mode of transport: Chartered vehicle
We shall proceed to Pokhara today via Prithvi Highway. The drive will be scenic followed by the views of rivers & rivulets as well as green hills, villages, towns and more than anything else – snowy mountains. Our first section of the journey will follow a power Trishuli River (one of the tributaries to Ganges) whereas the second section will follow against Marshyangdi River – both the rivers are popular for white water rafting and we shall perhaps see some rafts during our travel. Pokhara: Located in the western Nepal, Pokhara (830m) with approx. 0.35 million’s population is the 2nd largest valley of Nepal. The valley covers an area of 466 square km that comprises Pokhara city (the 3rd largest city of Nepal) and Lekhnath town.   Being very close to snow-capped mountain range in the north, Pokhara offers wonderful and incredible views of the same and entices many domestic as well as foreign visitors those looking for both adventurous and leisurely activities in Annapurna Region. Pokharaalso has seven lakes altogether and is also known as ‘The City of Lakes’, and amongst the seven lakes, Fewa with 4.4 square km is the largest one that offers boating in tranquil ambience and the beautiful views of Lamjung (6983m) and Annapurna Range including Machhapuchhare (Fishtail; 6993m), which dominates the skyline, at the backdrop.                       Upon arrival here, we shall check-in at the hotel in Lakeside area and relax. Rest of the day will be free.
Included accommodation: Hotel Barahi in Pokhara
Included meal: Breakfast
Mode of transport: Chartered vehicle
Today, we shall commence our half day guided sightseeing of Pokhara and shall visit the following places.Bindabasini Temple:Located northwards from Lakesideand westwards right next to the Old Bazaar, Bindabasini Temple that was founded in 1789AD is the oldest Hindu Temple dedicated to the goddess Durga. The main temple is white coloured and pagoda styled and is surrounded by few other temples including Lord Shiva’s. Many Hindu pilgrims and general visitors visit the temple to pay their homage to the goddess. Additionally, newly wedded Hindu couples seeking a happy married life visit the temple to get blessing of the goddess.The decorative temple also has a small park on the front-left from the main entrance to the complex. Occasionally, school students and local people enjoy picnic in the park as the large section of Pokhara city and some incredible snow-capped mountains can be seen from the vantage point here. Seti Gorge:It is the gorge from where the mighty river Seti enters into it and passes through. The gorge is approx. 4km long and widens up at two places only. There are several bridges that go over the gorge from where Seti River can be viewed. ‘Seti’ in English is ‘White’ and the word is used for female gender. The river is white in colour as it gets mixed with limestone at its source in Annapurna Region. The best spot to view the river is KI Sing Bridge, which is built approx. 50m high above the river and it is the main entrance into the gorge for the same. Located in the north-east of Pokharafrom Lakeside, the bridge itself is an irrigation channel, and the water that flows through it is from the same river that is seen approx. 50m down below the bridge. Davis Fall: Positioned in the southern Pokhara city and right next to the Siddhartha Highway, the Fall (fed by the water from the Fewa Lake) approx. 6km from Lakeside is a beautiful natural cascade whose length is approx. 28m, and once it hits its base, the water disappears as it flows underneath for approx. 500m in the cave-like landscape and comes out from the other side only. The legend has it – back in 1961, a Swiss tourist girl called Davis was bathing with her husband in the surrounding area of the Fall and was swept away when the water level suddenly rose. Her body was discovered after few days of hard attempt to find her. So subsequently, the name of the Fall was named after Davis.The entrance of the Fall has souvenir shops and few local restaurants, and once inside, it offers a wonderful view of the park, the cascade itself and the snow-capped mountain range including Annapurna, Mt. Fishtail and Lamjungat the backdrop. GupteshworMahadev Cave:Discovered in 1990s only, this cave is at the other side of the Davis Fall right across the Siddhartha Highway. The entrance of the cave is small but inside it is wide. There are two sections of the cave – the first section has concrete steps that descends to the Lord Shiva’s shrine (it is worshipped in the morning and evening and where photography is not allowed) and the second section without concrete steps is a narrow tunnel that continues from right behind the shrine itself. There is a metal door installed that separates the second section from the first one. The end of the cave is when it comes to the water fall of the Davis Fall. In the monsoon, this section remains closed as it is inundated by the water from the Fall.                            The rest of the day is free upon completion of guided sightseeing. There are also few other optional excursion and activities like visiting Sarangkot Hill for sunrise view, hiking to World Peace Stupa via boating on Fewa Lake, Paragliding, Zip Line, etc.. And if you will like to be in one or more, your tour leader will advise you.
Included accommodation: Hotel Barahi in Pokhara
Included meal: Breakfast
Mode of transport: Chartered vehicle
Today, we shall have breakfast and drive to Chitwan via Prithvi Highway first, then Mugling-Narayanghard Highway and then Mahendra Highway. Chitwan is a home to the wildlife and paradise to the animal lovers.Chitwan National Park: Listed under UNESCO World Heritage Site and formerly known as Royal Chitwan National Park, it is the first national park and was established in 1973 AD. Situated in the inner Terai sub-tropical lowlands in the south of Chitwan district, it covers an area of 932 square km and shelters more than 700 species of wildlife – and still counting. Before the conservation law was introduced into the park in 1957 AD, the then rulers’ favourite part in the Valley was the big game hunting in winter during which they shot hundreds of tigers, rhinoceros, leopards and slot bears.                                                               Chitwan National Park comprises grasslands and mostly moist sub-tropical deciduous forests and is adjacent to Parsa Wildlife Reserve in the east and Tiger Reserve Valmiki National Park in India in the south. Narayani River (one of the tributaries to Ganges) in the west and Rapti River in the north draw the natural boundary line between the park and human settlements.  Upon our arrival here, we shall have lunch and shall join in Tharu Village (typical ethnic group) tour via ox-cart, Elephant-back safari for viewing wildlife including endangered one horned rhinoceros and lush vegetation, dugout canoe on Rapti River, visit to Elephant Breeding Centre and Bird watching as well as Tharu Stick dance performed by local villagers.
Included accommodation: Royal Park Hotel in Chitwan
Included meal: Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner
Mode of transport: Chartered vehicle
Today, we shall continue our cultural and jungle activities and relax or even take leisurely walk in the surrounding area.
Included accommodation: Royal Park Hotel in Chitwan
Included meal: Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner
This morning, we shall resume our remaining activities and drive back to Kathmandu. The rest of the day will be free upon arrival in Kathmandu.
Included accommodation: Kathmandu Guest House in Kathmandu
Included meal: Breakfast
Mode of transport: Chartered vehicle
You will be transferred to the airport according to your flight schedule.
Included meal: Breakfast
Mode of transport: Chartered vehicle   

Tips for Trip

For this Tour you Do not need trekking Equipment just need as usual :

Chitwan is warm from march to November

kathmandu and pokhara is average 25 degree from march to November

so, sun cream , sun galss , sun hat, camera make sure that with you during visit day time.

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Trip Highlights

Start from: Kathmandu
Finished: Kathmandu
Country: Nepal
Trip Duration: 9 Days
Trip Code: EXNT
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Group Size: 2-12
Max Altitude: 1350 m
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Best Season: Oct-Dec/Mar-May

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