The mountain kingdom of Nepal is home to
an astonishing concentration of wildlife seen in some of the world’s most breathtaking
national parks. The Chitwan National Park, is where the Royal Bengal Tiger and
the great Asian one-horned rhino can be found roaming in the grasslands and
primeval forests. In the heart of Central Nepal is Pokhara Valley, an
extraordinarily beautiful place, blanketed in flowers, dotted with lakes and
set against a stunning backdrop of some of world’s highest peaks.
Detailed Day Wise Itinerary
Day 01 Arrive Kathmandu
Arrive into Kathmandu where you will stay for two nights. The afternoon will be at leisure and you may visit the city on your own.
Day 02 In Kathmandu
This day visit the 2000-year-old Swayambhunath Temple situated just on the outskirts of the main market place. Followed by a visit to the Durbar Square where you will visit the temple of the living Goddess Kumari. In the afternoon visit Nepal’s most important temple complex, Pashupatinath which is dedicated to Shiva and return via the magnificent stupa at Bodnath.
Day 03 Kathmandu – Pokhara (200 kms. / approx. 6 hours drive)
In the morning travel to Pokhara where you will stay for two nights. Pokhara is a city located on the banks of the Fewa Tal Lake. It is considered to be the hub of adventure tourism in Nepal. In the afternoon, why not go boating on the lake, with spectacular views of the Annapurnas.
Day 04 In Pokhara
This morning, enjoy a tour to the Pokhara Valley and visit the city, the Tibetan Camp, new market and the Gupteshowor cave. The afternoon is free.
Day 05 Pokhara – Kathmandu
Today you return to Kathmandu where you will stay for one night.
Day 06 Depart Kathmandu
Early morning you may take an optional tour to the 17th century town of Nagarkot. Later today depart Kathmandu for home.