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Destination: Nepal
Name of the tour: Nepal Tour Package
Duration: 10 Days
Maximum Altitude: 4000m
Transportation: Private Vehicle / flight
Activities: Tour and Travelling


Nepal is a lovely South Asian country bordered by India to the south and China to the north. It is home to some of the world's tallest mountains, including Mount Everest, the world's highest peak. Nepal is also known for its diverse landscapes, rich cultural heritage, and friendly people. Kathmandu, Nepal's capital and largest city, is the country's largest city. Kathmandu is a bustling city steeped in history and culture. Many ancient temples and palaces can be found here, including the famous Pashupatinath Temple, which is one of the most important Hindu temples in the world. Nepal is well-known for its breathtaking natural beauty, and many visitors come to trek in the Himalayas or explore the lush jungles of the Terai region. Many national parks and wildlife reserves exist in the country, including Chitwan National Park, which is famous for its tigers, rhinoceroses, and elephants. Nepalese people are friendly and welcoming, and they are proud of their cultural traditions. Nepali is the official language, and the majority of the population follows Hinduism or Buddhism. Nepalese cuisine is also distinct and flavorful, with dishes like dal bhat, momos, and chow mein popular among both locals and tourists. Despite its natural beauty and cultural wealth, Nepal faces a number of challenges, including poverty, political instability, and natural disasters such as earthquakes and floods. The Nepalese people, on the other hand, are resilient and continue to strive for a better future for themselves and their country.

Nepal's most important cultural icons is Buddha, the founder of Buddhism. Buddha is believed to have died around 563 BC. Lumbini, a small town in Nepal. Today, Lumbini is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and a popular pilgrimage destination for Buddhists around the world. Besides its cultural importance, Nepal is also famous for its breathtaking mountain ranges. The country has Mount Everest, the highest mountain in the world, with an altitude of he 8,848 meters. Besides Everest, Nepal has several famous mountains such as Annapurna, Dhaulagiri and Manaslu.Nepal is also known for its many beautiful temples and religious sites. One of the most famous temples is the Pashupatinath Temple in the capital, Kathmandu. Dedicated to Lord Shiva, this temple is considered one of the most sacred Hindu shrines in the world.In addition to cultural and religious sites, Nepal is also home to some of the most beautiful natural landscapes in the world. The country has several national parks, such as Chitwan National Park and Sagarmatha National Park, where visitors can see a wide variety of wildlife and vegetation.Nepal's landscape is also incredibly diverse, from lush green forests to rugged mountain ranges. The country has several beautiful lakes such as Lara Lake and Phewa Lake which are surrounded by stunning scenery. 

Highlights of Nepal

  • Trekking in the Himalayas: Nepal is home to some of the highest peaks on the planet, including Mount Everest. Trekking in the Himalayas is an unforgettable experience, with breathtaking mountain views and the opportunity to immerse oneself in local cultures.
  • Nepal has a rich cultural heritage, including many ancient temples, palaces, and monuments. The Kathmandu Valley's UNESCO World Heritage Sites, including the Durbar Squares of Kathmandu, Patan, and Bhaktapur, are among the most impressive cultural attractions in the country.
  • Wildlife and nature: From the Himalayas to the Terai region's jungles, Nepal has a diverse range of landscapes. Chitwan National Park is a popular wildlife viewing destination, with opportunities to see tigers, rhinoceroses, and elephants.
  • Nepal is also well-known for adventure sports such as white-water rafting, bungee jumping, and paragliding. These activities provide an exciting way to experience the country's natural beauty.
  • Spiritual encounters: Nepal is home to a diverse range of spiritual traditions, including Hinduism and Buddhism. Throughout the country, there are numerous temples and monasteries where visitors can learn about these traditions and participate in spiritual pratices.
  • Festivals and celebrations: Throughout the year, Nepal has a rich calendar of festivals and celebrations, including the colourful Holi festival and the lively Dashain festival.

Famous Places to Visit In Nepal

Kathmandu: Nepal's capital city is a must-see for its rich cultural heritage, ancient temples, and lively atmosphere. The Swayambhunath Stupa, Pashupatinath Temple, and Durbar Square are among Kathmandu's top attractions.

Pokhara: Pokhara, also known as the "Gateway to the Himalayas," is a picturesque city with breathtaking views of the Annapurna mountain range. Trekking, boating on Phewa Lake, and visiting the World Peace Pagoda are all popular activities in Pokhara.

Chitwan National Park: This UNESCO World Heritage Site is a must-see for nature lovers. Chitwan National Park, located in the Terai region, is home to tigers, rhinoceroses, elephants, and a variety of other animals.

Mount Everest: The world's highest peak, Mount Everest, is a bucket-list destination for many adventurers. Trekking to the base camp is a popular activity for tourists visiting Nepal.

Lumbini: As the birthplace of the Buddha, Lumbini is a popular pilgrimage site for Buddhists from all over the world. The Mayadevi Temple and the Sacred Garden are two of Lumbini's most popular attractions.

Best Season to Visit In Nepal

The best time to visit Nepal is determined by the activities you want to do and the regions you want to visit. However, the two best seasons to visit Nepal are spring (March to May) and autumn (September to November) (September to November).

Spring in Nepal is characterised by flowering trees, mild temperatures, and clear skies. Because the trails are dry and the views are spectacular, this is an excellent time for trekking and mountaineering in the Himalayas. It's also an excellent time to visit wildlife reserves like Chitwan National Park, where the weather is pleasant and the vegetation is lush.

Autumn in Nepal is characterised by clear skies, mild temperatures, and stunning foliage. The weather is dry and the views are spectacular during this peak season for trekking and mountaineering. Dashain and Tihar, which fall during autumn, make it an exciting time to learn about local culture and traditions.

Summer (June to August) is Nepal's monsoon season, with heavy rain and high humidity. Due to the risk of landslides and slippery trails, trekking and mountaineering are not recommended during this time. However, this is an excellent time to visit the Terai region's lush forests or to participate in local festivals such as Rato Machhindranath Jatra in Kathmandu.

Winter in Nepal (December to February) is cold and dry, with clear skies and stunning views of the snow-capped mountains. This is an excellent time to visit the Terai region or take a cultural tour of the Kathmandu Valley. Trekking and mountaineering in the Himalayas' higher elevations, however, are not recommended due to the cold weather and avalanche risk.

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Some of the famous Tours and trekking itinerary in Nepal are:

Detailed Itinerary

Day 1: Arrival in Kathmandu

Namaste! Upon your arrival, we will welcome you at the international airport and transfer you to our hotel. Once you’re settled (relaxed and freshened up), we will take you to an authentic Nepali dinner. Where we can get to know each other better at the dining table while enjoying delicious food and setting clear expectations for each other regarding the rest of our days. This will also give you a more in-depth understanding of the upcoming tour.

Day 2: Sightseeing in Kathmandu

Kathmandu, the capital of Nepal, is a vibrant and bustling metropolis with a wide variety of places to visit. The city is known for its rich cultural heritage, stunning architecture and stunning natural beauty. One of the most popular places in Kathmandu is Durbar Square, home to numerous temples, palaces and shrines. Visitors can explore the intricately carved wooden windows and doors of the old building and admire the unique Nepalese architecture. Another must-see attraction in Kathmandu is Swayambhunath his stupa, also known as Monkey Temple. This iconic landmark sits on top of a hill and offers panoramic views of the city. Visitors can climb steep steps to reach the top and witness mesmerizing views of the sun setting over the valley.

History buffs will love the Nepal National Museum. The museum houses a large collection of historical artifacts and exhibits, including ancient weapons, sculptures, and manuscripts, providing a fascinating insight into the country's rich cultural heritage.The Pashupatinath Temple, a UNESCO World Heritage Site dedicated to the Hindu god Shiva, is another of Kathmandu's famous tourist attractions. Visitors can witness traditional cremation ceremonies, visit ancient temples and shrines, and stroll along the sacred Bagmati River. Nature lovers can explore the tranquil beauty of the Garden of Dreams, an oasis of calm in the heart of the city. This beautifully landscaped garden is the ideal place to relax, unwind and enjoy the lush greenery and vibrant flowers. 

Day 3: Drive to Pokhara from Kathmandu

On day three, Nepali travelers can embark on an exciting road trip from Kathmandu to Pokhara, one of the country's most popular tourist destinations. The journey takes about 6-7 hours and the distance is about 200 km. Leave the bustling city of Kathmandu behind and see breathtaking natural beauty with lush hills, valleys and rivers en route. The trip is packed with scenic spots and photo opportunities, including the famous Trishuli River, a popular destination for whitewater rafting. As you approach Pokhara, you are greeted by breathtaking views of the Annapurna range, including the majestic Machhapuchhre, also known as 'Fishtail Mountain'. Upon arriving in Pokhara, visitors can explore the city's many attractions, including the tranquil Phewa Lake, Mahendra Caves, and the World Peace Pagoda. For the adventurous, there are plenty of activities to enjoy such as paragliding, ziplining and trekking. The drive from Kathmandu to Pokhara is an unforgettable experience that offers breathtaking views of Nepal's natural beauty and an insight into its rich culture and heritage. A must for anyone traveling to Nepal and a great way to start your adventure in this beautiful country. 

Day 4: Day out in Pokhara

Located at the foothills of the Himalayas, Pokhara is one of Nepal's most scenic cities and offers visitors a multitude of attractions. A day trip in Pokhara includes a visit to the famous Phewa Lake. The boat ride offers spectacular views of the surrounding mountains, including the Annapurna and Dhaulagiri ranges. Another popular attraction in Pokhara is the World Peace Pagoda, a beautiful Buddhist monument with panoramic views of the city and the Himalayas. Visitors can climb the hill to reach the pagoda and explore the peaceful surroundings. The more adventurous can also indulge in various activities in Pokhara such as paragliding, ziplining and bungee jumping. The city is known as the adventure capital of Nepal and offers some of the best adventure sports in the world. For culture and history buffs, the International Mountain Museum is a must. The museum showcases the history and culture of the Himalayas and their people, with exhibits on mountaineering, geology, and local flora and fauna. Visitors can also explore Pokhara's traditional bazaars such as the Old Bazaar and the Lakeside Market. Here you can buy souvenirs, handicrafts and locally made products and immerse yourself in the local culture. Overall, a day trip in Pokhara offers the perfect blend of adventure, culture and natural beauty, making it an ideal destination for all types of travelers. 

Day 05: Drive to Chitwan National Park from Pokhara

On the fifth day of their trip to Nepal, travelers can take a scenic road trip from Pokhara to Chitwan National Park. The journey takes about 4-5 hours and the distance is about 150 km. Leave the mountains behind and witness a dramatic change in the landscape as you enter the Terai region, a vast plain in southern Nepal.

Upon arrival at Chitwan National Park, visitors can explore the region's stunning natural beauty, which is home to diverse wildlife such as tigers, rhinos, elephants and crocodiles. A popular activity in Chitwan is the jungle safari. Visitors can explore the park on foot, on the back of an elephant, or by jeep and discover the region's incredible wildlife. Other popular attractions in Chitwan include the Taru Cultural Museum, where visitors can learn about the local Taru culture and traditions, and the Narayani River, where visitors can enjoy a scenic boat ride to see a wide variety of bird species. For those looking to relax and unwind, Chitwan also offers many options for rejuvenation, including numerous wellness he retreats and yoga centers. The drive from Pokhara to Chitwan National Park offers a glimpse into the breathtaking Nepalese natural beauty and the opportunity to immerse yourself in the local culture and traditions. A must-see for any visitor to Nepal and an ideal way to spend his day exploring the country's diverse landscapes. 

Day 6: Day Out at Chitwan National Park

A day in Chitwan National Park will be an unforgettable experience. Visitors can explore the area's stunning natural beauty and spot the park's diverse wildlife. A popular activity in Chitwan is the jungle safari. Visitors can venture through the jungle on foot, on elephant back, or by jeep and see a variety of animals such as tigers, rhinos, elephants, and crocodiles. Another popular attraction in Chitwan is the Taru Culture Museum, which showcases the local Taru culture and traditions. Visitors can learn about the Taru way of life, their unique customs and beliefs, and view a variety of artifacts and exhibits that provide insight into the region's rich history. For those interested in birdwatching, Chitwan National Park is a paradise with over 500 species of birds in the region. Visitors can take scenic boat rides on the Narayani River, which runs through the park, to see birdlife such as kingfishers, egrets and egrets. Visitors can also participate in various outdoor activities such as kayaking, canoeing, and biking. The park is also home to many wellness retreats and yoga centers where visitors can rejuvenate and relax in stunning natural surroundings.

Day 07: Drive to Lumbini from Chitwan National Park

On the seventh day of their trip to Nepal, travelers can embark on a scenic road trip from Chitwan National Park to Lumbini, the birthplace of Buddha. The journey takes about 4-5 hours and the distance is about 150 km, passing through the stunning landscapes of southern Nepal. Upon arrival in Lumbini, explore the sacred site of the birthplace of Buddha, a UNESCO World Heritage Site and a pilgrimage site for Buddhists around the world. The site has many temples, monasteries, and stupas, including the Mayadevi Temple, believed to be the birthplace of Lord Buddha. Visitors can also explore the beautiful Lumbini Gardens, which surround the sacred site and provide a peaceful and tranquil atmosphere for meditation and contemplation. The gardens are lined with beautiful plants and trees and include a tranquil pond for visitors to relax and contemplate.

For those interested in learning more about Buddhism and its teachings, Lumbini has many meditation centers where visitors can learn about Buddhist philosophy and practice meditation. 

Day 8: Day out at Lumbini

A day trip to Lumbini, the birthplace of Buddha, is a unique and enlightening experience that offers visitors the opportunity to explore Nepal's rich cultural and religious heritage. UNESCO World Heritage Sites include numerous temples, monasteries and stupas dedicated to the Buddha and his teachings. A highlight of any visit to Lumbini is the Maya Devi Temple, believed to be the very site where Lord Buddha was born. Visitors can explore the temple and witness the exact spot where the Buddha took his first steps. The site also contains many other temples and monasteries such as Thai monasteries, Chinese monasteries, and Korean temples. Each temple offers a unique insight into Buddhist culture and traditions and is adorned with intricate carvings and colorful paintings. Visitors can also explore the beautiful Lumbini Gardens, which surround the sacred site and provide a peaceful and tranquil atmosphere for meditation and contemplation. The gardens are lined with beautiful plants and trees and include a tranquil pond for visitors to relax and contemplate.

Day 09: Drive back to Kathmandu from Lumbini

After spending a day exploring the birthplace of Buddha, tourists can take a scenic drive back to Kathmandu. Journey time is approximately 7-8 hours. This route passes through the scenic landscapes of southern Nepal, including small villages, rice fields and rivers. On the way back to Kathmandu, visitors can stop at small towns and villages that offer a glimpse of the local way of life. His one such town is Tansen, known for its traditional Newar architecture and breathtaking Himalayan scenery. Another popular spot is the hilltop town of Bandipur, which offers spectacular views of the surrounding countryside. Visitors can explore the town's narrow streets, lined with traditional Newar houses and shops, and visit the nearby Siddha Caves. As the winding road winds its way through the hills and valleys, you'll experience the breathtaking scenery of the Nepalese countryside, including rolling hills, lush forests and sparkling rivers. 

Day 10: Departure

We will serve you breakfast in the morning. If your flight is planned for the morning. By your travel plans, Our team member will go to drop you at the Airport(In a private vehicle). If your flight is in the evening, you may go shopping and pick up some souvenirs for your loved ones, or you can just hang around Kathmandu city. Additionally, if you wish to stay in Nepal for a few extra days, we can set up some of the best adventure activities there.

This itinerary can be customized depending on your preferences and the length of your trip. You can also add other destinations such as Nagarkot or Everest Base Camp Trek if you have more time to explore Nepal.



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