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Nepal View Tour would be the best choice if you are you interested in Nepali culture, traditions or its natural beauty, which is completely made to give you an insight into this nation’s culture, traditions and the land that the locals have lived in.
This is a package specially designed for the complete tour of the best parts of the nation. Nepal is a small country that lies between India and China. It is one of the most beautiful countries in the world. This country is often featured internationally due to its 7 UNESCO sites, Himalayan ranges, cultures, traditions, adventure, fishing and trekking. You can find Nepal featured on world-renowned platforms like National Geographic, Discovery, BBC, and many other numerous magazines along with film, tv and documentaries around the world.
Nepal has many places untouched by human development, leaving some of the most picturesque scenarios worldwide. Nepal View Tour aims to give you a glance at this environment without harming the natural environment.
In addition, Nepal has more than 100 cultural groups. We, on this Nepal View Tour, let you experience the famous tribes like Newars, Gurungs, Tamangs, Sherpas, Tharu’s etc.
Nepal is a culturally diverse country. The diversity of food and lifestyles in many places in Nepal depends on the different cultures, traditions and land that they live in. You can taste the influence of different cultures on each food group.
Kathmandu, the city of temples; Bhaktapur and Lalitpur, the cities of Newars; and the favourite JUJU Dhau and the unique architecture of Newars. The Durbars visit on these places is royal residences where the kings lived centuries ago. They were the residence of the Late Royal Shah Dynasty and the Late Malla Dynasties. The Shah Dynasty lived in Kathmandu Dubar Square before they changed their residence to Dubarmarg.
Pokhara is a city of tourists. It is also the main route to many trekking areas in the Annapurna Region.
Nagarkot is a city for tourists. Beautiful lakes and rivers, and adventurous sports like bungee jumping, rafting, kayaking, paragliding, and zip-lining make it suitable for both mild and adventurous people. Nagarkot is also famous for its views of sunrise and sunset. Chitwan is famous for being the home of the royal Bengal tiger, Gharials, one-horned rhinos, elephants, and jungle safari.
Explore the world heritage sites
Trek the foothill of the Annapurna range
Enjoy the view of the Himalayas
Visit the three major Durbar Squares of Kathmandu, Bhaktapur and Lalitpur
Visit the temple of the living Goddess Kumari
Enjoy the sunrise/sunset in Nagarkot
Enjoy the Jungle Safari in Chitwan
Travel through the traditional Nepali rural village and culture.
Sightseeing of Buddhist sites in Kathmandu
Visit Nepal’s top tourist spot
Arrival in Kathmandu, transfer to hotel
Welcome to Kathmandu, the land of culture and religions. Our executive will pick you up from the airport and take you to your hotel. Overnight stay here before you go sightseeing the next day.
Kathmandu sightseeing tour
Today, you’ll go on Kathmandu Sightseeing Tour. On this day, you will visit the famous cultural and historical sites of Kathmandu, which covers the following place
Pashupatinath Temple (sacred Hindu temple)
Pashupatinath Temple is a sacred Hindu temple that serves as Nepal’s national deity, Lord Shiva (one of Hinduism’s main Gods, where Pashupati is one of his given names). Being the oldest Hindu temple in the city, you will find a great mix of temples, monasteries, images, and inscriptions when you set foot in this place.
Swayambhunath (Monkey temple)
Swayambhunath Stupa is a popular temple in Kathmandu Valley for Buddhists and Hindus. It’s also known as the “Monkey Temple” because you can see hundreds of monkeys around. Every morning, before dawn, hundreds of pilgrims ascend the 365 steps leading up the hill to worship. Bodhisattva Manjusri came to a beautiful lake on his journey. He saw a lotus radiating a bright light in the middle of the lake, so he opened a gorge on a southern hill and drained the water to worship the lotus. The lotus then turned into a mountain, and the light became the Swayabhunath Stupa. People settled on the bottom of the lake and called it Kathmandu Valley. Since then, the top of the hill of the self-existent Lord has been a holy place.
Boudhanath (Buddhist Shrine)
Boudanath stupa is a famous stupa that dominates the Kathmandu skyline and is one of the largest spherical stupas in Nepal, with its massive mandala, a spiritual symbol in Buddhism. It’s useful to know that it’s been a beacon of the Buddhist faith for centuries and that it’s since become an important place of meditation and pilgrimage for many Nepalese and Tibetan Buddhists.
Hanuman Dhoka Durbar Square
The areas in front of Nepa’s former royal palaces are commonly referred to as “Durbar Square.” Kathmandu Durbar Square, in particular, is surrounded by spectacular architecture that showcases the skills of Newar artists (historical residents of the Kathmandu Valley) for centuries. Unfortunately, due to an earthquake in 2015, some buildings collapsed, but the beauty of this square remains due to its incredible palaces, courtyards, and temples. Nonetheless, the majority of the monuments have already been rebuilt.
Later you will visit Patan Durbar Square, Dasaratha Stadium, Dharahara (Bhimsen Tower) etc. Experience the nightlife of Kathmandu till 9 o’clock.
Drive to Nagarkot via Bhaktapur
Today’s sightseeing tour begins with a drive to the hill station of Nagarkot. Along the way, visit Bhaktapur and Durbar Square in Bhaktapur. There you will see amazing architecture in the Durbar
Square. Bhaktapur is located at the eastern corner of the Kathmandu Valley, which is about 13 km away from kathmandu. As part of the Kathmandu Valley, it shares its history, culture, and language with the other cities in the valley. Bhaktapur is well-known for its numerous festivals and carnivals, such as the Biska Jatra and Saparu. It is also well-known for its cuisine, the most popular of which is juju dhau, a type of yogurt made from milk. Bhaktapur’s potters and handicraft industries are also well-known throughout the country.
You will reach Nagarkot in the afternoon and see a stunning sunset view. You will have dinner in the hotel and stay overnight.
Sunrise view, drive to Pokhara
The day will begin with a sunrise view from Nagarkot Hill, which is both beautiful and unforgettable. After exploring Nagarkot View Tower, return to Kathmandu. After lunch in Kathmandu, drive to Pokhara, passing through Kurintar (the cable car station to Manakamana Temple). After you arrive, check into your hotel. Explore the Pokhara lakeside area if time allows.
Pokhara sightseeing with sarangkot sunrise
Today, we’ll take you to Sarangkot early in the morning to enjoy the spectacular sunrise view. From this viewpoint, the shimmering Himalayan range is breathtaking. You will return to your hotel for breakfast after viewing the sunrise from this hill. After breakfast, explore Pokhara’s beautiful city, including Seti River Gorge, Davis Falls, South Asia’s longest cave Gupteshwor Cave, and Mountain Museum. In the evening, walk along the lakeshore and sail on Fewa Lake. Depending on your interests, you can go paragliding for extra fun and new experiences. You can see the Annapurna Himalayan range, Pokhara valley, and Phewa Lake all at once while paragliding.
Drive to chitwan
After breakfast, proceed to the next destination, Chitwan National Park. After 3-4 hrs driving, you will reach Chitwan. After checking in at the hotel, a nature tour guide will explain the tour itinerary. You will relax for sometime in Hotel, and later after lunch, you will go to Sauraha to visit National Park. Then return to the hotel and stay overnight.
Your jungle activities begin after breakfast in the morning. On this day, our jungle guide will take you on a canoe ride down the Rapti River while you observe the birds. Return to the hotel for lunch after visiting the elephant breeding center and taking a jungle walk. After a short break, prepare for an elephant or jeep safari (you can choose between the two safaris), return to camp around the evening, and prepare for a local community cultural dance show after a short break.
In the evening, you will watch the local Tharu dance, which reflects their culture, tradition, and way of life, before resting and spending the night.
Drive to lumbini
We will drive you to Lumbini after breakfast via Tansen Palpa, a scenic mountain road. After a relaxing stay in Pokhara, the morning drive to Palpa takes you southwest into Nepal. Tansen is located on the beautiful Srinagar hill and offers spectacular views of the mountain panorama and the Terai plains.Tansen, an ancient hill town with architecture heavily influenced by Newari migrants from Kathmandu Valley, is just waiting for tourists to discover it. It is one of the most amazing places because of its ancient culture, beautiful mountain views, peaceful atmosphere, and friendly people.
You will spend the entire day in Lumbini today exploring the monuments and sites. You will visit many archaeological sites, as well as Bihar and gardens. Lumbini’s main attraction is the recently renovated Maya Devi Temple. A stone image of Maya Devi giving birth to Buddha while clinging to a tree branch can be found in the temple. Another attraction is the Ashok Pillar, which depicts Lumbini as the birthplace of Lord Buddha. Ancient stupas and monasteries can also be found throughout the area. Another draw to this location is the newly constructed international monastery area. Apart from its religious significance, you will also learn about its cultural and natural aspects before returning to your hotel for the night.
Drive back to Kathmandu
After breakfast, you will depart Lumbini and drive back to Kathmandu via Chitwan. It’s a long drive, so it’ll take about 7-8 hours to get to Kathmandu. Then we will drive you to your hotel, where you will spend the night, rest, and prepare for your next day’s departure.
Our airport representative will transport you from your hotel to the airport for your final departure, depending on your flight schedule.
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