10 days in Nepal (2020)

$1176 per person |

This tour is the perfect blend of nature, culture, wilderness, and adventure. It starts from the culturally rich city Kathmandu. We will embrace the beauty of nature and Himalayas in Pokhara .It also involve enjoying wilderness activities at Chitwan National Park.

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  • Country visited: Nepal
  • Trip starts from: 7th March,2020
  • Trip End in: 16th March, 2020
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Day to Day itinerary

    7th March,2020 – Arrival in Kathmandu. Short Rikshaw ride in Kathmandu. Evening Welcome Dinner with Cultural show. O/N at Hotel/Resort in Kathmandu.
  • 8th March,2020– Full day sightseeing of Kathmandu Durbar Square, Swyambhunath Stupa and Patan Durbar Square. O/N at Hotel/Resort in Kathmandu.
  • Kathmandu Durbar Square

    Kathmandu Durbar Square welcomes you to the palaces, courtyards and temples built between 12th to 18th centuries where the then Kings used to live and the coronations of Shaha dynasty Kings used to take place. You might be amazed with the number of temples and architectural styles that you see in this courtyard. Moreover, you might also get the glimpse of Kumari, a living goddess, whose residence is within this courtyard.



    The Swyambhunath Stupa is one of the holiest Buddhist sites in Nepal and is situated at the mound. From this Stupa you can closely look at the settlement pattern in Kathmandu and have a close look at the Chaityas and Monasteries which circles the main stupa of Swyambhunath. This stupa also relates itself to the history of creation of Kathmandu Valley as how Manjushree, a Buddhist monk, saw a huge lotus emanating bright light at the centre of the lake. So he cut a deep gorge allowing the water to drain from the lake because he wanted to observe and worship the lotus where it is said that Swyambhunath is situated.


    Patan City

    Patan Durbar Square: Patan Durbar Square is an enchanting mélange of Palace buildings,  artistic courtyards and graceful pagoda temples. Listed as a World Heritage Site, the former Royal Palace complex is the center of Patan’s religious and social life, and houses a museum containing an array of bronze statues and religious monuments. One remarkable monument here is 17th century temple dedicated to the Hindu god Krishna, built entirely of stone.

  • 9th March ,2020– Full day sightseeing of PasuaptinathTemple, Bouddhanath Stupa and Bhaktapur Durbar square then drive to Dhulikhel. O/N at Hotel/Resort in Dhulikhel.
  • Bouddhanath

    Bouddhanath Stupa not only takes you to the journey to the ancient and world’s biggest Stupa or to Buddhist Pilgrimage sites but also exposes you to the Tibetan communities within Nepal. Along with monasteries and devotees chanting religious hymns and playing prayer wheels you will also get to be close with the young boys and girls devoted to be Buddhist Monk which gives you a different perspective about life


    Pashupatinath, one of the holiest temple of Hindu deities Lord Shiva, has a golden roof and silver doors and is built in pagoda style. The temple is in the mid of green forest and the river Bagmati on whose bank Hindus are cremated is flowing on its side. People except Hindu are not allowed to enter the main courtyard of the temple but can be viewed from the eastern bank of the river.

    Bhaktapur Durbar Square

    This durbar square will mesmerize you with the beauty of different temples and palaces. You will not only be able to see the spectacular view of 15th century architecture but also will be acquainted with the palaces and the courtyard of the ancient times. The golden gates, wooden palace studded with 55 windows, Batsala temple, Shiva temple and the National Art Gallery are the major attractions of this square. Moreover, you might not want to miss out the five storied Nyatapola Temple built in 17th century; adding on to its structure are the pair of two wrestlers, two elephants, two lions, two griffins and goddess’s tigress & lioness in each storey making it the most tallest pagoda style temple exhibiting the immense creativity and craftsmanship of Nepali in those centuries

  • 10th March,2020– Drive from Dhulikhel to Airport. Flight from Kathmandu to Pokhara. After arrival in Pokhara, visit David Falls and Int’l Mountain Musuem. O/N in Pokhara.
  • Take 30 minutes flight from Kathmandu to pokhara.

    David’s fall

    A water fall located at Pokhara. The name of which is believed to be kept after a Swiss visitor who tumbled into the sinkhole and drowned. David’s fall is a point where the Pardi Khola stream vanishes underground.

    Int’l Mountain Musuem

    It keeps the systematic records of successful summiteers, the flora and fauna activities in the range and gives a lot of knowledge about the different peaks of Nepal


  • 11 March,2020 – Early morning Sarangkot for Sunrise. After Breakfast, Lake cross by boat with sightseeing of Tal Barahi then hike to Peace Stupa. Visit Peace Stupa and drive to Pokhara. O/N at Pokhara.
  • Morning:- Sarangkot Excursion to see beautiful sunrise in the morning. After returning from Sarangkot, Breakfast at Hotel.

    Tal Barahi

    The Barahi temple in the middle of the big lake is the most fascinating landmark in Pokhara and the reflection of snowcapped mountain in the lake is so serene and magnificent that you will remember it for your entire life. With the closer view of Annapurna range and Mt. Fish tail you will feel close

    World Peace pagoda:-

    After City tour of Pokhara we drive further to Peace stupa, Peace stupa will offer majestic mountain view in Clear weather and Bird eye view of Pokhara city and Fewa Lake. Short walk around the peace stupa then drive back to Pokhara city and free at own to rest and relax


  • 12th March,2020 : Drive from Pokhara to Hemja. Visit Jangchub Choeling Monastery in Hemja. Drive back to Pokhara. Free day in Pokhara. O/N at Hotel/Resort in Pokhara.
  • 13th March,2020 – Drive from Pokhara to Chitwan. Jungle activities. O/N at Jungle Lodge in Chitwan
  • 14th March,2020 – Jungle Activities in Chitwan. O/N at Jungle Lodge in Chitwan.
  • You will be up close and personal with the nature where you will get the chance to walk in the jungle, ride an elephant, canoeing and visiting the village. This day will be full of Excitement where you will not only be close to the nature but also get to be acquainted with Tharu culture, indigenous people of western Nepal. If you will get to see the various types of animals like deer, rare one horned Rhinoceros and if you are lucky enough then you might get opportunity to see Royal Bengal Tigers along with a great variety of flora and fauna.

  • 15th March,2020 – Drive from Chitwan to Kathmandu. O/N at Hotel/Resort in Kathmandu.
  • At dawn we will set for Jungle walk and bird watching which takes you to the journey of natural beauty and wildlife. After breakfast we will be driving to Kathmandu for 6 hours through the beautiful valleys, alleys, hills and river bank

  • 16th March,2020 – Departure transfer for Airport to onward destination.
  • Rate based On                              4* Hotel

    Package rate (min 02 pax)            $1176

    Single Room Supplement              $360


    4* Hotel

    • Kathmandu – Hotel Himalaya or similar
    • Dhulikhel – Dhulikhel Mountain Resort or similar
    • Pokhara – Hotel Barahi or similar
    • Chitwan – Jungle Villa Resort or similar

P.O Box 2165 Lal Durbar, Kamaladi Kathmandu, Nepal

Tel: 977-1-4423641, 4437435 Fax: 977-1-4422682