KATHMANDU VALLEY Kathmandu Valley, the beating heart of Nepal, is full of irresistible sights, smells and sounds. At every turn, you can see historic temples and palaces, catch glimpses of the Himalayas, or enjoy the many festivals such as Rato Macchendranath or Bhote Jatra that are celebrated on the streets. A fascinating combination of the old and the new, Kathmandu valley is home to six UNESCO world heritage sites. Apart from the major attractions, you can enjoy the valley’s Newari culture, especially its mouth-watering dishes such as momos and chhoe-la.
Thamel, the epicenter of tourist activity in Kathmandu, is where you will find almost everything you desire. You can shop for handmade artifacts, pashmina garments, music, and Nepali tea and coffee. A wide variety of restaurants and bars makes this an ideal place to hang out after a full day of sightseeing.
Kathmandu Durbar Square is a short walk from Ason. This trip can also be done by rickshaw.
Kathmandu Durbar Square is where you will find the home of Kumari, the living goddess of Nepal. Hanuman Dhoka palace is where Nepal’s kings lived until Narayanhiti was built, and houses a museum that chronicles Nepal’s royal history.
Patan Durbar Square is still the place to get wood, stone and metal carvings as it houses a large community of carvers. A quaint museuminside the square has carefully preserved Nepal’s ancient history, and the bird’s eye views into the square from the many rooftop cafes are extraordinary.
Bhaktapur Durbar Square has dramatic architecture, including a gate guarded by two huge lions, and a magnificient palace with 55 windows. You can visit the traditional potters and wood carvers of Bhaktapur.
The Pashupatinath temple is one of the most sacred sites for Hindus. Built in the pagoda style, the temple sits on the banks of the River Bagmati, and is a memorial to Lord Shiva.
Swayambhunath stupa sits high on a hilltop, and is a good vantage point to see all of Kathmandu. You will also be entertained by the mischievous monkeys that live around the temple.
Bouddhanath is an important pilgrimage site for Tibetan Buddhists. The stupa looks beautiful at night when lamps are lighted.
pokhara is situated in central Nepal,is nestled in a region of awesome natural beauty.it is one of the most important tourist destination.by the close views of himalayas ,decoreted by nature lake ,Mountain valley ,caves ,gorgs and temple.
chitwan is also tourist destination .Chitwan National Park is the first National park in Nepal.It is one of the largest forest regions and Wild Life is very rich in this area .chitwan is a place of Tharu community and the place to learn about Tharu peoples tradition and dance ,Chit wan is famous in One horned rhinoceros and bengal tiger.
Airport pickup & transfer to hotel, dinner and cultural program in the evening
Sightseeing– Pashupati/Boudha/Patan/Swayambhu/Kathmandu Durbar Square
Drive to Chitwan
Day in the Jungle (Jungle Safari, Elephant Ride, Bird Watching)
Drive to Pokhara. Explore the lakeside, or boat on the Fewa Lake
Sightseeing in Pokhara – Davis Falls/Mahendra Gufa/ Bindabasini Temple/ Peace Pagoda
Return to Kathmandu. Evening free for shopping
Drop off at airport