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6 DAYS ENCHANTING NEPAL
Kathmandu- Central Region- Nepal
6 Days
15 Persons
English
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Brief

Nepal is known for its natural beauty and it has its own cultures. It has more than 70 ethnic groups and more than 60 different languages are spoken in different parts of Nepal. Nepal consists of 8 of the highest peaks of the world, including Mount Everest, the world’s tallest peak with an altitude of 8848 m.

Tour Detail

Day 1: Arrival at Kathmandu Airport.

Evening: Sightseeing tour of Swayambhunath Temple.

Swayambhunath: The earliest written record of the Swayambhunath Stupa's existence is a 5th-century stone inscription, but scholars believe there was probably a shrine here as early as the 1st century. Continue the trip to the major places of Kathmandu City. The Durbar Square holds the Palaces of the Malla and Shah Kings who ruled over the city. The preference for the construction of royal palaces at this site dates back to as early as the Licchavi period. The Durbar Square was the royal Nepalese residence until the 19th century.

Day 2: Drive from Kathmandu to Bandipur.

Sightseeing at Bandipur (Bindhabasini Temple, Khadga Devi Temple and Siddha Cave)

Bandipur is located at an elevation of 1030m on a mountain saddle (Mahabharat range) approximately 700m above the Marsyangdi River Valley, 143 km to the west of Kathmandu and 80 km to the east of Pokhara.

Siddha Cave: Making for a popular half-day trip, at 437m deep and 50m high, Siddha Gufa is said to be the largest cave in Nepal. Its cathedral-like chasm is full of twisted stalactites and stalagmites and hundreds of bats chirp and whistle overhead.

Bindhabasini Temple: At the northeast end of the bazaar (which is the main shopping strip) this ornate, two-tiered temple is dedicated to Durga. Its ancient walls are covered in carvings and a priest opens the doors each evening. Facing the temple across the square is the Padma library , a striking 18th-century building with carved windows and beams.

Khadga Devi Temple: A wide flight of stone steps leads up the hillside to this barn-like temple, which enshrines the sword of Mukunda Sen, the 16th-century king of Palpa (Tansen). Allegedly a gift from Shiva, the blade is revered as a symbol of Shakti (consort or female energy) and once a year during Dasain it gets a taste of sacrificial blood.

Day 3: Drive from Bandipur to Pokhara.

Pokhara: Pokhara is a remarkable place of natural beauty. Situated at an altitude of 827m from the sea level and 200 km west of Kathmandu valley, the city is known as a center of adventure. The serenity of lakes and the magnificence of the Himalayas rising behind them create an ambience of peace and magic. Later in the afternoon boat ride at Phewa Lake. Phewa Lake , the second largest lake in the kingdom, roughly measuring 1.5 km by 4 km, is the center of all attractions in Pokhara. The enchanting lake is an idyllic playground.

Evening: Boating at Phewa Lake.

Day 4:

Early morning, drive to Sarangkot for Sunrise View.

Visit Sarangkot in the morning.

Sarangkot: Sarangkot is a famous hill station nearby Pokhara city at an altitude of 1600 meter from sea level. People visit Sarangkot early in the morning for beautiful sunrise over mountains. This is also one of the best view points of Mt. Annapurna Range, Mt. Dhaulagiri, Mt. Lamjung to the north. On the southern direction of this hill overlooks the Pokhara city and Phewa lake on the north western outskirts.

 

Full Day Sightseeing at Pokhara. Visit Davis Fall, Gupteshwor and Butterfly Museum.

Davis Falls
Davis Falls is an interesting spot to be visited in Pokhara. An interesting aspect of the falls is that the water travels through a natural tunnel prior. The water there comes from the Fewa Lake. It was named after MrsDavi, a Swiss tourist in Nepal, who was swimming in the Fewa Lake. The dam unexpectedly started to overflow and Davi’s husband helplessly looked on while the waters swept his wife down the waterfall. This version took place in the year 1961 and the body of Mr Davis was never recovered.

GupteshworMahadevCave
GupteshworMahadev is a beautiful cave just opposite to David Fall. A giant stalagmite within this cave is honoured as a Shiva lingam and the devout flock here to pray. Entry tickets allow you to enter the temple. For some extra money you can also obtain entry to the tunnel behind, which comes out at a wet cavern right behind the gushing Devi's fall. Once inside the cave, look up at the ceiling and you will see detritus and branches in cracks in the rock. These have actually been pushed up there by flood waters that fill the cave during the monsoon.

Day 5:

Drive back to Kathmandu from Pokhara.

Evening: Leisure time for shopping and stroll around Thamel.

 

Day 6:

Departure to Tribhuwan Int’l Airport to board onward flight.

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Cancellation Policy

You will get

100% refund if cancel 7 days before tour starts.

80% refund if cancel within 6 days before tour starts.

50% refund if cancel within 5 days before tour starts.

NO refund if cancel within 3 days before tour starts.

You will be refunded for all costs EXCEPT Processing Fees.

Guests can get full refunds at any time of cancellation prior to the actual date of the tour if that cancellation is due to a Force Major reason. Force Major reasons include but are not limited to war, civil insurrection, strikes, volcanoes, extreme weather, earthquake, and natural disasters.

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6 DAYS ENCHANTING NEPAL
Kathmandu, Central Region, Nepal
6 Days
15 Persons
English
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Brief

Nepal is known for its natural beauty and it has its own cultures. It has more than 70 ethnic groups and more than 60 different languages are spoken in different parts of Nepal. Nepal consists of 8 of the highest peaks of the world, including Mount Everest, the world’s tallest peak with an altitude of 8848 m.

Tour Detail

Day 1: Arrival at Kathmandu Airport.

Evening: Sightseeing tour of Swayambhunath Temple.

Swayambhunath: The earliest written record of the Swayambhunath Stupa's existence is a 5th-century stone inscription, but scholars believe there was probably a shrine here as early as the 1st century. Continue the trip to the major places of Kathmandu City. The Durbar Square holds the Palaces of the Malla and Shah Kings who ruled over the city. The preference for the construction of royal palaces at this site dates back to as early as the Licchavi period. The Durbar Square was the royal Nepalese residence until the 19th century.

Day 2: Drive from Kathmandu to Bandipur.

Sightseeing at Bandipur (Bindhabasini Temple, Khadga Devi Temple and Siddha Cave)

Bandipur is located at an elevation of 1030m on a mountain saddle (Mahabharat range) approximately 700m above the Marsyangdi River Valley, 143 km to the west of Kathmandu and 80 km to the east of Pokhara.

Siddha Cave: Making for a popular half-day trip, at 437m deep and 50m high, Siddha Gufa is said to be the largest cave in Nepal. Its cathedral-like chasm is full of twisted stalactites and stalagmites and hundreds of bats chirp and whistle overhead.

Bindhabasini Temple: At the northeast end of the bazaar (which is the main shopping strip) this ornate, two-tiered temple is dedicated to Durga. Its ancient walls are covered in carvings and a priest opens the doors each evening. Facing the temple across the square is the Padma library , a striking 18th-century building with carved windows and beams.

Khadga Devi Temple: A wide flight of stone steps leads up the hillside to this barn-like temple, which enshrines the sword of Mukunda Sen, the 16th-century king of Palpa (Tansen). Allegedly a gift from Shiva, the blade is revered as a symbol of Shakti (consort or female energy) and once a year during Dasain it gets a taste of sacrificial blood.

Day 3: Drive from Bandipur to Pokhara.

Pokhara: Pokhara is a remarkable place of natural beauty. Situated at an altitude of 827m from the sea level and 200 km west of Kathmandu valley, the city is known as a center of adventure. The serenity of lakes and the magnificence of the Himalayas rising behind them create an ambience of peace and magic. Later in the afternoon boat ride at Phewa Lake. Phewa Lake , the second largest lake in the kingdom, roughly measuring 1.5 km by 4 km, is the center of all attractions in Pokhara. The enchanting lake is an idyllic playground.

Evening: Boating at Phewa Lake.

Day 4:

Early morning, drive to Sarangkot for Sunrise View.

Visit Sarangkot in the morning.

Sarangkot: Sarangkot is a famous hill station nearby Pokhara city at an altitude of 1600 meter from sea level. People visit Sarangkot early in the morning for beautiful sunrise over mountains. This is also one of the best view points of Mt. Annapurna Range, Mt. Dhaulagiri, Mt. Lamjung to the north. On the southern direction of this hill overlooks the Pokhara city and Phewa lake on the north western outskirts.

 

Full Day Sightseeing at Pokhara. Visit Davis Fall, Gupteshwor and Butterfly Museum.

Davis Falls
Davis Falls is an interesting spot to be visited in Pokhara. An interesting aspect of the falls is that the water travels through a natural tunnel prior. The water there comes from the Fewa Lake. It was named after MrsDavi, a Swiss tourist in Nepal, who was swimming in the Fewa Lake. The dam unexpectedly started to overflow and Davi’s husband helplessly looked on while the waters swept his wife down the waterfall. This version took place in the year 1961 and the body of Mr Davis was never recovered.

GupteshworMahadevCave
GupteshworMahadev is a beautiful cave just opposite to David Fall. A giant stalagmite within this cave is honoured as a Shiva lingam and the devout flock here to pray. Entry tickets allow you to enter the temple. For some extra money you can also obtain entry to the tunnel behind, which comes out at a wet cavern right behind the gushing Devi's fall. Once inside the cave, look up at the ceiling and you will see detritus and branches in cracks in the rock. These have actually been pushed up there by flood waters that fill the cave during the monsoon.

Day 5:

Drive back to Kathmandu from Pokhara.

Evening: Leisure time for shopping and stroll around Thamel.

 

Day 6:

Departure to Tribhuwan Int’l Airport to board onward flight.

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Cancellation Policy

100% refund if cancel 7 days before tour starts.

80% refund if cancel within 6 days before tour starts.

50% refund if cancel within 5 days before tour starts.

NO refund if cancel within 3 days before tour starts.

You will be refunded for all costs EXCEPT Processing Fees.

Guests can get full refunds at any time of cancellation prior to the actual date of the tour if that cancellation is due to a Force Major reason. Force Major reasons include but are not limited to war, civil insurrection, strikes, volcanoes, extreme weather, earthquake, and natural disasters.

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