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Tour in Nepal gives you insights into tourism activities where visitors can enjoy diverse cultures, religions, and people OF Nepal. Nepalese people welcome travelers with warm hospitality and traditions. Nepal offers primitive city areas, despite the onrush of modernism structures, still, follow traditions that date back hundreds if not a thousand years for tours.
Nepal is an archaeological paradise with UNESCO world heritage sites. Nepal has temples older like the sun and moon. Nepal is the only country in the world where history still lives on…virtually! Nepal is a paradise for having a tour alongside ancient cities, cultural and religious heritages, and pilgrimages. Furthermore, Nepal has wonderful snaps of sunrise and sunset spots and an abundance of the mountain vista. You can roam around and explore ancient arts and architecture, and whatnot, with diverse incredible landscapes and diverse ethnic groups as Nepal is rich in ancient arts and crafts, intoxicating culture, and rituals.
Khwopa was the largest of the three Newa kingdoms of the Kathmandu Valley and was the capital of Nepal during the great 'Malla Kingdom' until the second half of the 15th century. It has a population of more than 81,728, of which the vast majority are still Newa Nepa mi. historically more isolated than the other two kingdoms, Kathmandu and Patan, Bhaktapur has a distinctly different form of Nepal Bhasa language.
Bhaktapur has the best−preserved palace courtyards and old city center in Nepal and is listed as a World Heritage Site by UNESCO for its rich culture, temples, and wood, metal and stone artworks. This is supported by the restoration and preservation efforts of German-funded Bhaktapur Development Project (BDP).
The third of the medieval city−states in the Kathman− du Valley, Bhaktapur was always described as the best-preserved. Tragically, however, the 2015 earthquake caused terrible devastation and loss of life. Nevertheless, only a few temples were destroyed, there is still much to see here and tourism is vital to the community.
Behind the Vatsala Durga Temple, the Pashupatinath Temple is dedicated to Shiva as Pashupati and is a replica of the main shrine at Pashupatinath. Originally built by King Yaksha Malla in 1475 (or 1482), it is the oldest temple in Durbar Sq. Like many temples, the roof struts feature erotic images, but what exactly the dwarf is doing with that bowl takes things to a new level.
The first stupa at Boudhanath was built sometime after AD 600, when the Tibetan king, Songtsen Gampo, converted to Buddhism. In terms of grace and purity of line, no other stupa in Nepal comes close to Boudhanath. From its whitewashed dome to its gilded tower painted with the all-seeing eyes of the Buddha, the monument is perfectly proportioned. Join the Tibetan pilgrims on their morning and evening koras (circumambulations) for the best atmosphere.
Chitwan National Park is one of the premier drawcards in Nepal. This World Heritage-listed reserve protects more than 932 sq km of forests, marshland, and grassland containing sizeable animal populations, making it one of the best national parks for viewing wildlife in Asia. You'll have an excellent chance of spotting one-horned rhinos, deer, monkeys, and some of the more than 500 species of birds. If you’re extremely lucky, you may spot a leopard, wild elephant or sloth bear – though it’s the once-in-a-lifetime chance to spot a majestic royal Bengal tiger that is the premier attraction. You'll also have the chance to experience domesticated elephants, although how that interaction takes place is now undergoing a paradigm shift driven by animal rights concerns. There is a daily admission fee that is normally bundled into the overall cost of a tour.
Lumbini was the birthplace of one of history’s most revered figures, Siddhartha Gautama better is known as the historical Buddha in the 7th century BC. During the years following the Buddha's lifetime, this was a teeming monastic complex and a major place of pilgrimage, but the site was lost to history until the discovery in 1896 of an inscribed pillar left behind by the Buddhist emperor Ashoka, amidst a sea of monastery ruins. It holds great importance for Buddhists around the world.
Pokhara is a metropolitan city in the Western region of Nepal. It is a valley cradled amongst mountains and hills with meandering rivers. It is a major tourist destination due to its panoramic views. Once you enter the vicinity of this city, you are greeted with magnificent views of the mountains and Mt. Fishtail (6993m). The Dhaulagiri range and Annapurna range tower majestically over the green valley. For someone who has been living in Kathmandu for years, the greenery of this city always takes me by surprise.
Pokhara is the city of lakes. There are several lakes in Pokhara and the prominent ones are Fewa Lake, Rupa Lake, and Begnas Lake. Among these lakes, Fewa Lake is by far the most beautiful lake. Nestled on a little island on Fewa Lake is the Barahi Temple. For a small charge, you can go on a boat ride on this lake. The sunlight reflects on the lake and glitters and the mountains smile upon us in the reflection.
You can walk on the Lakeside enjoying the sight which is an incredible experience. I regret the fact that when I was a resident here in Pokhara I overlooked its charms. Lakeside is even prettier in the late evenings, under the soft glow of lamp posts hung upon the creatively built restaurants and shops. You can dine here while enjoying the live entertainments. Other attractions of Pokhara are Davis’ Fall which is a beautiful waterfall, International Mountain Museum, and World Peace Pagoda. Then there is Sarangkot which is a towering hill that offers a magnificent view of Pokhara from its hilltop and you can do many sports adventures paragliding, cycling, boating, Zip Flyer, bungee jump, Ultra Light Flight and Annapurna Base camp Heli tour.
Day 1: Arrival in Kathmandu and transfer to your hotel
Day 2: Sightseeing around Kathmandu and Bhaktapur
Day 3-4: drive to Chitwan national park and jungle safari
Day 5-6: Drive to Lumbini and visit Buddha birthplace , Maya Devi temple
Day 7-8: Drive to Pokhara and Adventure tour around Pokhara
Day 9: Drive to Kathmandu
Day 10: Departure
Passport, Money, Credit Cards, Personal Travel Insurance, Passport size photos, Pen & dairy book, the Communication device (laptops, Tap or phone), Camera
sun hat, Headlamp with enough batteries
Sunglass UV more than 500%,
Note: - if you have eyes problem please consult your doctor because of in Nepal High Mountain has dry air and in the city so much dust
Sunblock cream SPF 25 to 50 (small tube), Lip balm SPF 10 to 15
Note:-depending your skin, please consult your doctor (as our experience some of my clients get allergy from sunblock cream)
Down jacket light one only (-5˚ to -10˚), Fleece jacket, Gore-Tex Jacket, t-shirt (quick-dry and breathable),
Baselayers Thermal Trvaling pant, short pant, Underwears
Fleece glove only for the winter tour
Approach shoes, Sandal, normal socks,
at the hotel
Day backpack (15 ltr to 20 ltr), Duffle bag (70ltr to 100ltr) or suitcase
Drinking water bottle, Thermos, First aid, Pocket knife, Backup power bank, Bathing Suit: Towel, Toothpaste, and brush, floss, mini hairbrush, razor, soap, a mini bottle of shampoo, travel mirror, nail clippers etc and rain cover
Documentation: - All permits in the tour, national park fees, coordination with a relevant government office. All government taxes are included in the price
Accommodation: - Kathmandu, Lumbini and Pokhara 3* Hotel, 2 night 3 days package Chitwan
Food: - full board meal during the tour
Transport: - Private vehicle during tour, international airport arrival & departure, all land transportation around cities with a private vehicle,
Communication: - weather report
Team: - Tour guide, a local tour guide in lumbini, Jungle Safari guide, and Driver allowances & wages for Nepali Trekking team
Safety equipment: - First aid kit, Oxy meter and common equipment in group.