"Unlock Your Inner Adventurer: Explore Nepal's Best with Thrills and Tranquility!"
Embark on an exhilarating adventure through the heart of Nepal with our Kathmandu– Pokhara, Chitwan, and Nagarkot Adventure Tour Package. This unforgettable journey combines cultural exploration with thrilling outdoor activities, offering an ideal blend of adventure and natural beauty. Get ready to immerse yourself in an array of exciting experiences.
This package is possibly the best tour package to visit beautiful and most loved tourist destinations of Nepal in a limited time. During this visit, you will have chance to explore Kathmandu, the hub of art and crafts, history, cultures and economy of Nepal and one of the most frequently visited tourist destinations in South Asia. Similarly, you can enjoy Nagarkot, which is an interesting destination for landscape and mountains and Chitwan, an amazing place from where you can see wildlife in their natural habitat; Pokhara, the most beautiful tourism destination in Nepal which offers amazing views of mountains, cultural experience and adventure activities like Rafting, Paragliding, Bungy Jump, Jeep Flier and so on.
Kathmandu - The Gateway:
Your journey begins in Kathmandu, the vibrant capital of Nepal. Explore the city's rich cultural heritage, visit ancient temples and monasteries, and soak in the spiritual ambiance of this historic city.
Pokhara - The Adventure Hub:
Pokhara, often referred to as the "Adventure Hub of Nepal," is where the adrenaline rush begins.
Bungee Jumping: Take a leap of faith from one of the world's highest bungee platforms, the thrilling 160-meter drop from the suspension bridge over the Bhote Koshi River.
Rafting: Challenge the rapids of the Trishuli or Seti rivers on an exhilarating rafting adventure.
Jeep Flyer: Experience a unique adventure by strapping into a giant swing suspended from a cliff. Feel the rush as you swing out over a breathtaking gorge.
Chitwan - Jungle Safari:
Journey to Chitwan National Park, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, for an unforgettable jungle safari adventure.
Jungle Safari: Explore the lush wilderness on the back of an elephant or in a jeep, keeping an eye out for rhinoceroses, tigers, and a diverse array of wildlife.
Bird Watching: Discover the park's incredible avian diversity with bird-watching excursions.
Nagarkot - Scenic Beauty:
Nagarkot offers a serene escape and the perfect opportunity to unwind after your adventures.
Sightseeing: Wake up early for a captivating sunrise view over the Himalayas, including Everest, from the vantage point of Nagarkot.
Day 01: Arrival in Kathmandu (1400 meters) and transfer to Hotel
Day 02: Morning Mountain Flight and Sightseeing
Day 03: Kathmandu to Chitwan Adventure: Rafting on Trishuli River and Arrival in Chitwan National Park (850m)
Day 04: Exciting Jungle Activities in Chitwan National Park (850m)
Day 05: Morning Bird Watching and Scenic Drive to Pokhara (5 Hours)
Day 06: Exploring Pokhara Valley: Sunrise at Sarangkot, Paragliding, Davis Fall, and Boating on Fewa Lake
Day 07: Picturesque Drive from Pokhara (822m) to Kathmandu (1400m)
Day 08: Exploring Bhaktapur and the Drive to Nagarkot (2175m) - 32km from Kathmandu
Day 09: Morning Sunrise Tour and Return Drive to Kathmandu
Day 10: Airport Transfer for International Departure
Welcome to the beginning of your unforgettable Kathmandu–Pokhara, Chitwan, and Nagarkot journey! Your adventure commences upon your arrival at Kathmandu's Tribhuvan International Airport.
As you disembark from the plane, our dedicated and knowledgeable team will be there to extend you a warm welcome. Keep an eye out for our distinctive signboard bearing your name, making it a breeze for us to locate you in the bustling airport. We understand the weariness that can accompany travel, and we'll handle all airport formalities, including visa arrangements if necessary.
Once you've retrieved your luggage, we'll promptly transport you to your cozy hotel in Kathmandu. En route, you'll have your first glimpse of this lively city, nestled amidst the breathtaking landscapes of the Kathmandu Valley.
Upon reaching your hotel, you'll have the chance to freshen up and unwind, allowing yourself to acclimatize to the altitude. In the evening, we'll convene for a brief orientation meeting to discuss the exciting days ahead, address any questions you may have, and ensure you're fully prepared for the upcoming adventure.
For those arriving with extra enthusiasm and time to spare, our guide can offer recommendations for nearby attractions or arrange optional activities, enabling you to make the most of your initial day in Nepal.
Rest peacefully tonight, as tomorrow officially marks the commencement of your Kathmandu, Lumbini, Chitwan, and Pokhara Tour, guiding you through the heart of Nepal's captivating natural beauty and rich cultural heritage.
Start your day with a thrilling morning mountain flight that will take you on a scenic journey above the majestic Himalayan peaks. This unforgettable experience offers you a bird's-eye view of some of the world's highest mountains, including Mount Everest, Kanchenjunga, and many others. You'll be treated to breathtaking vistas of snow-capped peaks and deep valleys, making this a photographer's paradise.
After the mountain flight, embark on a comprehensive sightseeing tour of the Kathmandu Valley. Explore the rich cultural heritage of this ancient city as you visit UNESCO World Heritage Sites such as Swayambhunath (also known as the Monkey Temple), Pashupatinath Temple, Boudhanath Stupa, and the historic Kathmandu Durbar Square. These sites offer a glimpse into Nepal's history, spirituality, and architectural brilliance.
During the sightseeing tour, you'll have the opportunity to immerse yourself in the local culture, witness daily rituals, and admire intricate temple and palace architecture. Our knowledgeable guide will provide you with fascinating insights into the history and significance of each site.
This combination of a thrilling mountain flight and an enriching cultural sightseeing tour ensures that your morning is filled with awe-inspiring experiences and memories that will last a lifetime. It's the perfect way to start your exploration of Nepal's natural beauty and cultural treasures.
Embark on an exciting journey from Kathmandu to Chitwan, which includes a thrilling rafting adventure on the Trishuli River.
Drive from Kathmandu to Trishuli River (Approximately 2.5 Hours): Your day begins with a scenic drive from Kathmandu to the Trishuli River, a journey that takes approximately 2.5 hours. Along the way, you'll pass through picturesque landscapes, charming villages, and enjoy the changing scenery as you leave the bustling city behind.
Rafting Adventure on Trishuli River (3 Hours): Upon reaching the Trishuli River, get ready for an exhilarating white-water rafting experience. Trishuli River is renowned for its thrilling rapids and scenic surroundings, making it a popular destination for both beginners and experienced rafters. Your expert rafting guide will provide safety instructions and gear, ensuring a safe and enjoyable adventure.
During the 3-hour rafting expedition, you'll navigate the river's twists and turns, encountering exciting rapids that will get your adrenaline pumping. At the same time, you can savor the natural beauty of the Trishuli River valley, with lush forests and terraced fields surrounding you.
Drive to Chitwan National Park (Approximately 2 Hours): After the rafting adventure, you'll continue your journey with a drive to Chitwan National Park, which takes approximately 2 hours. Chitwan National Park is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and a renowned wildlife sanctuary in Nepal, known for its diverse flora and fauna.
Upon arriving in Chitwan, you'll check into your accommodation and have some time to relax and refresh. Chitwan offers a unique opportunity to explore the jungle and witness wildlife such as rhinoceros, tigers, elephants, and a variety of bird species during jungle safaris.
This action-packed day from Kathmandu to Chitwan, featuring a thrilling rafting experience and an immersion into the natural wonders of Chitwan National Park, promises an unforgettable adventure that combines the thrill of outdoor activities with the beauty of Nepal's natural landscapes.
Accomodation: Hotel/ Guesthouse
Chitwan National Park, a treasure trove of biodiversity and natural beauty, offers a range of thrilling jungle activities that allow you to immerse yourself in the heart of the wilderness. Here's a closer look at the exciting jungle activities you can enjoy in Chitwan:
Elephant Back Ride or Jungle Drive: Choose between two exhilarating ways to explore the jungle. Opt for an Elephant Back Ride, where you'll sit atop a gentle giant and venture deep into the jungle. This unique experience offers a vantage point to spot wildlife and observe the rich flora and fauna of Chitwan. Alternatively, embark on a Jungle Drive in a safari vehicle, led by experienced naturalists. This allows for a closer encounter with wildlife and the opportunity to cover more ground.
Jungle Walk: Lace up your walking shoes and join an expert naturalist for an informative and adventurous Jungle Walk. Stroll through the lush forest trails, where you'll learn about the park's diverse ecosystems, discover hidden animal tracks, and spot various bird species. The jungle walk provides a chance to connect with nature on a more intimate level.
Canoe Ride: Drift along the serene waters of the Rapti or Narayani River on a Canoe Ride. As you glide through calm waters, keep your eyes peeled for crocodiles, various birdlife, and possibly even river dolphins. The peaceful canoe ride offers a unique perspective of Chitwan's riverine environment.
Stick Dance Performance: In the evening, immerse yourself in the local Tharu culture with a traditional Stick Dance Performance. The Tharu community, indigenous to the region, showcases their vibrant culture through rhythmic dances and colorful attire. You can even join in the fun and try your hand at the lively stick dance.
These jungle activities in Chitwan National Park promise a well-rounded and adventurous exploration of the park's incredible biodiversity, wildlife, and cultural heritage. Whether you choose to ride an elephant, explore on foot, paddle through the rivers, or immerse yourself in local traditions, your time in Chitwan will be filled with unforgettable experiences in the heart of nature.
Accomodation: Tharu Community Lodge
Meals: B L D
Morning Bird Watching: Begin your day with a tranquil and enchanting Morning Bird Watching experience. Chitwan National Park is a haven for bird enthusiasts, boasting a diverse avian population that includes both resident and migratory species. Accompanied by an expert ornithologist or naturalist, you'll venture into the park's wilderness to observe and identify various bird species. Keep your binoculars ready as you listen to the melodic calls of colorful birds like kingfishers, sunbirds, peafowls, and more. It's an excellent opportunity to capture stunning photographs and immerse yourself in the peaceful ambiance of Chitwan's natural surroundings.
Scenic Drive to Pokhara (5 Hours): After the rewarding bird-watching experience, embark on a picturesque drive to Pokhara, a journey that spans approximately 5 hours. As you leave Chitwan behind, you'll be treated to breathtaking views of rolling hills, lush forests, and traditional Nepali villages. The road to Pokhara offers glimpses of rural life and the serene beauty of the Nepalese countryside.
Upon arriving in Pokhara, you'll be captivated by the city's stunning lakes, the majestic Annapurna mountain range, and the serene Phewa Lake. Pokhara is a gateway to some of Nepal's most iconic trekking destinations and adventure activities. After your scenic drive, take some time to relax and soak in the natural beauty of Pokhara, setting the stage for the adventures that await in this picturesque city.
Sunrise Tour to Sarangkot (1,695m):
Your day begins with a breathtaking sunrise tour to Sarangkot, a hilltop viewpoint offering panoramic vistas of the Annapurna and Dhaulagiri mountain ranges. In the early morning darkness, you'll embark on a short drive to Sarangkot, where you'll witness the first rays of sunlight painting the Himalayan peaks in a warm golden hue. This serene and awe-inspiring experience is a must for any visitor to Pokhara.
Get your adrenaline pumping with an exhilarating Paragliding Adventure. Pokhara is renowned as one of the world's top paragliding destinations, and you'll have the opportunity to soar like a bird over the city and its picturesque landscapes. Accompanied by experienced pilots, you'll take to the skies and enjoy a bird's-eye view of Pokhara, Fewa Lake, and the surrounding mountains. It's a thrilling and memorable experience that offers a unique perspective of this stunning region.
Visit Davis Fall:
Next, explore the mesmerizing Davis Fall, also known as Devi's Fall. This natural wonder is a unique waterfall that originates from the Phewa Lake and disappears into an underground tunnel, creating a mysterious and captivating sight. Take a stroll around the area, enjoying the lush greenery and the fascinating geological formations. It's a perfect spot for photography and relaxation.
Boating on Fewa Lake:
Conclude your day with a tranquil and scenic boating experience on Fewa Lake. You'll board a traditional wooden boat and glide across the serene waters of the lake, surrounded by the Annapurna and Machapuchare mountains. Enjoy the tranquility and picturesque views as you paddle or relax while your boatman guides you to Tal Barahi Temple, situated on a small island in the middle of the lake. You can also feed the numerous fish in the lake, making it a serene and culturally enriching experience.
This comprehensive day of sightseeing and adventure activities in Pokhara Valley promises a perfect blend of natural beauty, cultural exploration, and thrilling experiences. It's a day filled with unforgettable moments that showcase the enchanting charm of Pokhara, Nepal's "City of Lakes" and a hub of adventure and natural beauty.
Embark on a scenic journey as you depart from the tranquil city of Pokhara and make your way back to the bustling capital, Kathmandu. This picturesque drive offers you a chance to soak in the diverse landscapes and natural beauty of Nepal.
Departing Pokhara: Your journey begins in Pokhara, a city known for its serene lakes, stunning mountain views, and adventure opportunities. As you leave Pokhara behind, you'll bid farewell to the magnificent Annapurna mountain range and Phewa Lake, both of which have left a lasting impression on your visit.
Enroute Landscapes: As you wind your way through the Prithvi Highway, you'll be treated to a variety of landscapes. The road takes you through lush green hills, charming villages, and terraced farmlands. Keep your camera ready to capture the scenic beauty that unfolds before your eyes.
The Trishuli River: Your journey will also take you alongside the Trishuli River, a prominent river in Nepal. The river's scenic beauty, rocky gorges, and lush riverbanks provide captivating views during your drive.
Rural Life and Culture: Throughout the drive, you'll pass by local villages and towns, offering glimpses of everyday life in the Nepalese countryside. You may spot traditional houses, local markets, and people going about their daily activities.
Arrival in Kathmandu: As you ascend in altitude and approach Kathmandu, you'll notice a change in the landscape. The hills around Kathmandu Valley come into view, and soon you'll arrive in the vibrant and bustling capital city.
This scenic drive from Pokhara to Kathmandu allows you to witness the diverse beauty of Nepal, from the tranquil lakeside city to the vibrant cultural hub of Kathmandu. It's a journey that encapsulates the essence of Nepal's natural and cultural diversity, making it a memorable part of your Nepal adventure.
Sightseeing in Bhaktapur:
Begin your day with a cultural and historical immersion in the ancient city of Bhaktapur. This UNESCO World Heritage Site is renowned for its well-preserved medieval architecture, artistic heritage, and vibrant traditions. As you explore the cobblestone streets, you'll encounter magnificent temples, intricately carved woodwork, and traditional pottery workshops. Don't miss Bhaktapur Durbar Square, a focal point of the city's cultural and artistic legacy. Here, you can admire the 55-Window Palace, Nyatapola Temple, and other architectural marvels. Engage with the friendly locals and savor the flavors of Newari cuisine at one of the city's charming eateries.
Drive to Nagarkot (2175m):
Following your enriching visit to Bhaktapur, embark on a scenic drive to Nagarkot, which is situated 32 kilometers away from Kathmandu. The journey offers a delightful change of scenery as you leave the bustling city behind and ascend to the peaceful hill station of Nagarkot. As you wind your way up the hills, you'll be treated to panoramic views of the Himalayan mountain range, including Langtang, Gaurishankar, and even Everest on a clear day. Nagarkot's elevation provides a refreshing escape from the lowland heat, and its tranquil atmosphere is perfect for relaxation.
Arrival in Nagarkot:
Upon reaching Nagarkot, you'll check into your accommodation, which may offer stunning mountain vistas from your room or terrace. Nagarkot is renowned for its spectacular sunrise and sunset views, so consider taking an evening stroll to witness the sun setting over the Himalayas. The clear mountain air and serene surroundings make Nagarkot an ideal destination for unwinding and rejuvenating.
This day of exploration and transition from Bhaktapur to Nagarkot allows you to appreciate Nepal's rich cultural heritage and natural beauty. Bhaktapur's historical charm and Nagarkot's mountain panoramas come together to offer a diverse and memorable experience, leaving you with lasting impressions of Nepal's cultural and natural wonders.
Morning Sunrise Tour:
Rise early to embark on a mesmerizing Sunrise Tour that promises to be the highlight of your day. Your location for this magical experience is carefully chosen to capture the breathtaking beauty of the rising sun over the Himalayan mountains. Whether you're in Nagarkot, Sarangkot, or another vantage point, the sight of the sun's first rays painting the snow-capped peaks with golden hues is a sight to behold. As the morning light gradually illuminates the surrounding landscape, you'll be filled with awe and wonder at the majesty of the Himalayas.
Drive to Kathmandu:
Following the soul-stirring sunrise experience, it's time to begin your return journey to Kathmandu. The drive back to the capital city allows you to reflect on the natural beauty you've witnessed and the memories you've created during your adventure in Nepal.
As you descend from the hills or bid farewell to the serene countryside, you'll gradually re-enter the vibrant city life of Kathmandu. The journey back offers a contrast to the tranquility of the morning, with the bustling streets, local markets, and the fusion of cultures that make Kathmandu a unique and captivating destination.
Whether you've watched the sunrise from a hilltop or another picturesque spot, the drive to Kathmandu serves as a reflective and concluding chapter of your journey, allowing you to carry the beauty and serenity of the morning's sunrise with you as you return to the city.
As your journey in this captivating destination comes to a close, it's time for your Airport Transfer to ensure a smooth and hassle-free departure. Our dedicated team is here to assist you in making your transition from Nepal as seamless as possible.
Check-Out and Luggage Handling: Start your day by checking out from your accommodation in Kathmandu. Our staff will be on hand to assist with luggage handling, ensuring that your belongings are securely packed and ready for your journey home.
Comfortable Airport Transfer: You'll be chauffeured to Tribhuvan International Airport, Kathmandu's main international gateway. Our experienced driver will provide a comfortable and efficient transfer, allowing you to relax and reflect on your memorable experiences in Nepal during your journey.
Departure Assistance: Upon arrival at the airport, our team will assist you with the necessary departure procedures, including check-in, security checks, and any immigration or customs requirements. We'll ensure that you have all the essential documents and information for a stress-free departure.
Fond Farewell: As you prepare to board your international flight, take a moment to reflect on the incredible adventures and memories you've gathered during your time in Nepal. Our team is here to bid you a fond farewell, extending our gratitude for choosing Nepal as your destination and our services for your journey.
This Airport Transfer for International Departure marks the conclusion of your unforgettable journey in Nepal. We hope that the memories you've created here will stay with you long after your departure, and we look forward to welcoming you back to this remarkable country in the future. Safe travels!
Yes, most visitors to Nepal require a visa to enter the country. You can obtain a tourist visa upon arrival at Tribhuvan International Airport in Kathmandu or at land border crossings.
The best time to visit Nepal is during the spring (March to May) and autumn (September to November) when the weather is pleasant and ideal for outdoor activities.
Pack comfortable clothing suitable for both warm and cooler weather, depending on the season. Don't forget essentials like sturdy walking shoes, a hat, sunscreen, insect repellent, and any personal medications you may need.
It's advisable to drink bottled or purified water to avoid waterborne illnesses. Most hotels and restaurants provide safe drinking water or sell bottled water.
The local currency in Nepal is the Nepalese Rupee (NPR). You can exchange money at banks, exchange counters, or ATMs in major cities.
Nepali is the official language, but English is widely spoken in tourist areas, making communication relatively easy.
Travel insurance is strongly recommended to cover unexpected events, medical emergencies, trip cancellations, and other unforeseen circumstances.
Consult your doctor about vaccinations and health precautions before traveling to Nepal. It's advisable to carry a basic first-aid kit and any necessary medications.
Nepali cuisine includes dishes like dal bhat (lentil soup and rice), momo (dumplings), and various curries. Vegetarian and vegan options are readily available, and dietary preferences can usually be accommodated.
Tipping is appreciated but not mandatory. In restaurants and for guides/drivers, a 10-15% tip is customary if service charges are not included in the bill.
Dress modestly when visiting temples and religious sites, remove your shoes before entering, and ask for permission before taking photos of people or religious artifacts.
Greet locals with "Namaste" and use your right hand or both hands when giving or receiving items. Avoid public displays of affection, especially in rural areas.
While alcohol is available, drink responsibly. Excessive alcohol consumption can have health and safety risks.
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