Kathmandu Pokhara Chitwan Tour 09 Days
- Explore Kathmandu's well-known UNESCO World Heritage Sites.
- Visit the three medieval kingdoms of Kathmandu Valley: Kathmandu, Patan, and Bhaktapur.
- Kathmandu valley sightseeing also includes a visit to the House of Kumari, the Living Goddess.
- Pokhara lakeside, Mountain ranges, Waterfalls, and sacred temples.
- Sarangkot is a great place to see the Himalayan dawn in Pokhara.
- During your Kathmandu Pokhara Chitwan Tour, go on a wildlife safari at Chitwan National Park.
The 09 days Kathmandu Pokhara Chitwan Tour itinerary takes you to the most famous tourist spots in Nepal. This journey brings you to other more beautiful areas in Nepal, including Kathmandu, Pokhara, and Chitwan. This itinerary will let you discover why Nepal is one of the world's greatest value locations. Experience nature, culture, and adventure while admiring the breathtaking Himalayan views.
In colorful Kathmandu, visit the royal realms. Explore the cultural gems of the capital city by taking a tour around some of the city's well-known UNESCO World Heritage Sites. Explore the historic royal courtyards of Patan and Bhaktapur, which house some of Nepal's most beautiful traditional buildings and works of art. Examine the wonderfully made wooden shutters, metallic repoussé, and stone carvings to gaze at the delicate workmanship and craftsmanship of artisans. At Boudhanath Stupa, you can step inside a massive mandala (a Buddhist portrayal of the universe). Witness Hindu worshipers thronging the ornate pagoda-roofed Pashupatinath shrine. Rise the stone stairway leading to Swoyambhunath's mountaintop sanctuary.
The Kathmandu Pokhara Chitwan Trip, one of the top Nepal tour packages, also allows you to enjoy the natural marvels of Pokhara. There is plenty to do around this town, which is located next to the lovely Phewa Lake. Spend a whole day taking it all in. Sarangkot Hill is a great place to watch the sunrise over the Himalayas. As daylight approaches over the snowy summits, watch the crystalline peaks of Dhaulagiri, Machapucchre (Fishtail Peak), Annapurna II, and Lamjung Himal light up.
Explore the forest on a jungle safari at Chitwan National Park, a magnificent UNESCO World Heritage Site. The park features the critically endangered one-horned rhinoceros, the Royal Bengal Tiger, and a variety of other unusual flora and fauna. Consider an elephant ride, a jeep safari, or a canoe ride. Discover the fascinating Tharu (Chitwan's indigenous people) traditions with their singing. The Kathmandu Pokhara Chitwan Tour concludes with a typical Nepali dinner in Kathmandu with a Himal Reisen team member.
- Pick and Drop Services
- 1 Meal Per Day
- Comfortable Accommodation throughout Journey
- An English Speaking Guide
- All Tickets and Permits
- Additional Services
- Food besides includes & Drinks
- Tips to Guide and Driver
Welcome to Nepal, upon your arrival at Kathmandu, Tribhuwan International Airport a representative from Himal Reisen will pick you up and welcome you. Drop at your hotel and welcome dinner for the evening. Try to make an office visit once to learn more about the trip.
Begin your journey in Pashupatinath Temple, a UNESCO World Heritage Site and a major Hindu monument devoted to Lord Shiva. The pagoda-roofed temple, which dates from 400 AD, is situated on the banks of the holy Bagmati river. Non-Hindus are not permitted to enter the temple. They are permitted to visit the temple from the river's eastern side. Next, embark on a sightseeing excursion that includes a visit to the Boudhanath Stupa. This ancient stupa, the largest in Nepal, is a UNESCO World Heritage site and a significant hub of Tibetan Buddhism. The remnants of Kasyapa Buddha (a former incarnation of Lord Buddha), according to local mythology, are trapped beneath this massive stupa. The final location will be Jal Narayan (a sleeping Bishnu) where you can worship Jal Narayan and return to your hotel.
The Durbar Square at Bhaktapur (the City of Admirers) is one of the valley's finest cultural sites. The creativity and skill that went into the construction of these temples and palaces will captivate you. The Golden Gate, Palace of 55 Windows, Nyatapole Temple (formerly the largest building in Kathmandu Valley), and its gigantic staircase protected by stone structures of bearded warriors are all worth seeing. Durbar Square, Taumadhi Square, Dattatreya Square, and Pottery Square are the four main squares of the ancient city. After walking through the historic palaces and shrines, take a break at the bustling Pottery Square to join the local sculptors at work and the passersby.
After breakfast, get up early and go to Pokhara. During the road experience views of the spectacular mountains. If you travel in the winter, you will be able to see the horizon blanketed in snow-covered peaks. You'll be captivated by the picturesque sights of mountaintop towns and bustling roadside settlements. Take in the surroundings as the route passes through gorgeous landscapes. After a few hours of driving, you reach Pokhara. Drive to your hotel and check-in. Rest up because you have a full day tomorrow.
Today, we'll pay a visit to the goddess Barahi's island shrine. To access the temple, rent a boat along Phewa Lake. The temple is devoted to the goddess Durga, the 'shield of the gods,' and is encircled by Phewa Lake on all sides. Take images of people loving a sail on the flashy sailboats and around the lake. Later, see Davids Falls, a stream that cascades into an underground passage. Then, pay a visit to the Gupteshwar Gupha (caves), an underground cave that houses Lord Shiva's shrine.
To reach the cave's entrance, you descend a spiral stairway. Take caution where you walk because the cave is wet and slippery. There is a break just at bottom of the cave's wall where you can view the Davis Fall's waters tumbling down. Explore the International Mountain Museum, which displays equipment and gear from many of the first Himalayan expeditions. You may also learn a lot about the Himalayan range, as well as the tradition and way of life that live there.
Get up early and travel to Sarangkot Heights to see the famous 'Himalayan dawn from Sarangkot.' You must trek up to the top of the ridge to reach the summit, you will have a 360-degree panorama of the Pokhara and the Himalayan ranges. Witness a stunning sunrise as morning comes over the mountains, bathing them in vibrant golden, and bright. This is a magnificent moment that you will remember for the rest of your life.
The drive to Chitwan is packed with beautiful landscapes of trickling brooks, lush hillsides, and breathtaking mountain views. When you arrive in Chitwan, drop into your accommodation and relax.
Your schedule is jam-packed with intriguing things (Jungle Safari). The Chitwan National Park was the country's first national park. It is a geographical World Heritage Site designated by UNESCO. The park features the critically endangered one-horned rhinoceros, the Royal Bengal Tiger, and a variety of other threatened flora and species. Take a ride on an elephant. A vehicle safari allows you to see more of the park's center. Catch a glimpse of the rare Bengal tiger peeping through the dense forage crops or strolling magnificently along the riverbank. Observe adult rhinos keeping an eye on their calves. Keep an eye out for mottled deer dancing in the treetops.
Today, we will drive back to Kathmandu, on the way to explore the landscape and natural vegetation of Nepal. Upon your arrival in Kathmandu, check in your hotel and take a good rest.
Today, a representative from Himal Reisen will drop you at Tribhuwan International Airport. Catch your flight and have a delightful journey. Himal Reisen wishes you a happy travel life.