|Group size||1-15 Pax|
|Arrival on:||Kathmandu, Nepal|
|Meals:||Breakfast in Kathmandu, Pokhara & Nagarkot.|
|Accommodation:||Hotel Accommodation in Kathmandu, Pokhara & Nagarkot.|
|Max-Altitude:||2100m / 6930ft ft|
|Departure From:||Kathmandu, Nepal|
|Best Time to Travel||Spring-March to May
Autumn – September to November
Tour Name: Kathmandu- Nagarkot-Pokhara-Kathmandu
Price: 599$ per person
- 1 Night Nagarkot – Explore Himalayas with Sunrise
- 3 Night Kathmandu – explore the mythical valley
- 2 Night Pokhara – Enjoy Annapurna Himalayan Rang from The city of lakes
Day 01: Arrival Kathmandu – Altitude: 1345meters/4412 ft
Day 02: Kathmandu Full Day , Transfer to Nagarkot 2100m/6888 ft, overnight at Hotel.
Day 03: Nagarkot- Kathmandu Full day Sight Seeing
Day 04: Kathmandu- Pokhara Bus (203.6 km : 5 h 30 min approx / Private Tourist Car(203.6
km : 5 h approx) / fly : 25 mins approx)Pokhara Full Day
Day 05: Pokhara Full Day Sight Seeing
Day 06: Pokhara – Kathmandu (Tourist Bus (203.6 km : 5 h 30 min approx /
Private Tourist Car(203.6 km : 5 h approx) / fly : 25 mins approx)
Day 07: Final Departure from Kathmandu
|Day 01:||Arrival Kathmandu – Altitude: 1345meters/4412 ft
Arrive at Tribhuvan International Airport.
Check-in to Hotel.
Overnight at Hotel.
|Day 02:||Kathmandu Full Day SightSeeing, Transfer to Nagarkot – Altitude: 2100m/6888 ft
After the Breakfast, We proceed for Exploring the ancient palaces of Kathmandu valley which are included in World Heritage Sites.
Places to Visit:
Swyambhunath Stupa (Monkey Temple):
The Historical buildings and temples in the area were erected from the time of King Ratna Malla (1484-1520 AD) to Prithvi Bir Bikram Shah (1875-1911 AD) covering the Malla, Shah and Rana period of Nepalese history. The entire palace complex here is named after a monkey god called Hanuman. One can see a huge stone statue of Hanuman painted all red next to the main entrance (the golden gate) of the palace. Hanuman here is regarded as a powerful protector of the entire Durbar Square.
Patan Durbar Square
Patan is also known as Lalitpur which means the city of arts. It is located across the river Bagmati which is 5 km south of central Kathmandu. This city founded in 3rd century A.D. by King Veera Dev has a distinction of being the home of the finest crafts and is considered oldest of all three cities of Kathmandu Valley. Most of the monuments in this square date back to the Medieval Malla period from 16th to 18th century and the monuments in the area are mostly created to King Siddhi Narsingha Malla, Shri Niwas Malla and Yog Narendra Malla.
Transfer to Nagarkot for the Hotel; rest of the day at leisure; enjoying the Valleys and Himalayan Sunset; Enjoy tranquility.
|Day 03:||Kathmandu Full Day Sight Seeing
Early Morning Enjoy the Sunrise then After the Breakfast, We proceed for Exploring the ancient palaces of Kathmandu valley which are included in World Heritage Sites.
Places to Visit:
Bhaktapur Durbar Square
Bhaktapur meaning the city of devotees was founded by King Ananda Dev in 1197 A.D. according to the Gopal Raj Vamsabali even though the existence of the city could be traced back to the Licchavi period (185-750 A.D.). There are many monuments including pagodas, palaces, shikhara style monuments, courtyards and Buddhists shrines and monasteries. The Durbar Square was the seat of the Malla Kings and the present structures were erected from the 12th to the 18th century A.D. Bhaktapur is located at around 12 Km away from Kathmandu city.
Pashupatinath : Hindu Cremation
Boudanath is the biggest stupa of Nepal, is located 5km east of central Kathmandu. The stupa stands on a three-tiered platform raised over the crossed rectangles in order to bring out the yantra form.
The claims made in various religious and literary texts regarding the erection of the stupa is varied and conflicting. However, the stupa is believed to have been built in the 5th century A.D. during the reign of the Licchavi kings.
As in other stupa architecture, this stupa also has Vairochana at the center followed by Aksobhya, Ratna Sambhava, Amitabha and Amogha Siddhi in east, south, west and north directions respectively. Similarly, there are one hundred and eight small niches around the stupa accommodating the icons of Buddhas, Bodhisatavas and other female deities along with conjoint figures in erotic poses. Likewise, at the bottom level, it is surrounded with the praying wheels embossed with the famous mantra Om Mani Padme Hum fixed in more than hundred and forty niches.
The stupa along with the monasteries are centers of learning, cultural activities, prayers and meditation.
Later, Hotel Transfer in Kathmandu,
Free on your own.
|Day 04:|| Kathmandu – Pokhara ( Tourist Bus (136.2 Km : 3 h 9 min approx/ Private Tourist Car
(136.2 Km : 2 hrs approx)/Fly: 25 min approx) After Breakfast drive towards Pokhara.Our journey towards Pokhara will be a long journey driving on the Bank of Trishuli River for the 1st half of 100 kms; then we will again follow the Marshyangdi river for the next 100 kms half.
lunch on your own on the way in some very good tourist standard highway restaurant.
Check in to Hotel.
Evening free on your own to walk around the Lake side; Roaming around the lake side street, further at the evening or at night one can enjoy the live music, and free on your own.
Overnight at Hotel.
|Day 05:||Pokhara Full Day:
After breakfast, we can have a sightseeing of Pokhara; place to visit:
· Bindabasini Temple: This is the oldest temple of Pokhara, here we can see 3 different Hindu temple. This temple is always in use for the marriage, name giving ceromany and there will be many people in the festival time.
· Seti Gorge: we will be walking over a canal bridge from where we can see the river gorve. The river ‘seti’ is named after its colour meaning white. The source of the water is from the Himalayas such as Annapurna, Machhapuchre.
· Gupteshwor Mahadev Cave: This is one of the pilgrimage site of Pokhara valley. The cave is known for shiva doing meditation in a tranquil cave. Here we can see stalicmite and stalactite. It is believed that the 4 ft Shiva lingam (Shiva’s worshiping representation) is a stalicmite.
· Davi’s Fall: this is one of the prominent sightseeing spot of pokhara. The 100 ft tall water fall is named after a swiss citizen Mrs Davi fall down in that waterfall while taking a bath, 1962 A.D
|Day 06:||Pokhara – Kathmandu (Tourist Bus (203.6 km : 5 h 30 min approx /
Private Tourist Car(203.6 km : 5 h approx) / fly : 25 mins approx)After Breakfast we head for Kathmandu, our journey towards Kathmandu will be a long journey driving on the Bank of Marshyangdi River for the 1st half of 100 kms; then we will again follow the trishuli river for the next 100 kms half.
lunch on your own on the way in some very good tourist standard highway restaurant.Arrive Kathmandu;
Evening free on your own,
Overnight at Hotel.
|Day 07:||Final Departure or extend for extra activities…
After Breakfast, you can enjoy your last moment packing your fruitful memory of Nepal.
· Airport pick-up and Drop in a private Car.
· Hotel Accommodation in Kathmandu, Pokhara, & Nagarkot on Bed & Breakfast basis.
· Welcome & farewell Dinner (with cultural Dance show).
· Kathmandu- Pokhara- Kathmandu by Tourist Coach.
· An experienced, English-Speaking Guide or different language Speaking Guide as per the demand of the clients;
· Staff costs including their salary, insurance, equipment, food and accommodation.
· All necessary paperwork
· All government and local taxes.
· Nepal Visa on arrival at Kathmandu airport USD 25.00 per person for 15 Days.
· Airfare for International Flights
· City entrance Fes at Kathmandu & Pokhara USD 65.00 per person.
· Lunch & Dinner in Kathmandu, Pokhara & Nagarkot.
· Extra personal expenses like telephone bills, Laundry service, Drinks, Tips to Guides/Driver/helpers etc
· Other Expenses not mentioned above.