You visit Kathmandu Durbar Squire, Monkey Temple, Pasupatinath Temple and Bouddhanath Stupa.
You have wildlife Safari in Chitwan National Park.
You visit Birth Place of Lord Buddha.
You visit the old town of Tansen-Palpa.
You visit the Pokhara and Himalayas.
You explore the Bandipur and Surroundings.
You have sunrise and Sunset from SarangKot.
You visit a beautiful city Pokhara.
You visit the ancient city of Bhaktapur and Patan.
Explore the Nepal overland, driving through the picturesque countryside and enjoying the serene hill station towns of Bandipur, Tansen and Sarangkot - Pokhara with majestic views of the Himalayas. Hamlet-like Bandipur and Tansen are time forgotten towns in the crossroads of trans-Himalayan trade. Nagarkot is the only Himalayan viewpoint to look into the eastern Himalayas and the Mt Everest. Drive comfortable distances each day with a careful driver and a knowledgeable guide while visiting Chitwan national park, Pokhara and Lumbini, the birthplace of Buddha. You will have plenty of time to enjoy wildlife and cultural immersion tours, nature walks and hiking with time to relax.
Customize your Nepal driving tour with your dreamed excursions & Himalayan sightseeing activities within the available time.
Kathmandu is the capital city of Nepal, situated in a valley which is an open-air museum of famous sites, ancient temples and shrines, golden pagodas and are inspiring deities, is a city of inexhaustible historic artistic and cultural interest. Several beautiful and interesting villages and towns surrounding the valley offer ideal destinations for mini treks. The dazzling Himalayan peaks are visible from several points on the mountains around the valley.
The capital is quite up to date in terms of comfort and convenience boasting luxury hotels, bars, restaurants, shops, and casinos. Transportation is convenient and inexpensive. Shoppers may purchase unusual gifts and souvenirs from an interesting assortment of items such as handicrafts, carpets, wooden artworks, bronze casting and metalwork, thankas, Nepali paper prints, and readymade garments.
"There are nearly as many temples as there are houses and as many idols as inhabitants here, not being a fountain or river or a hill within its limits that is not consecrated to one or the other of the Hindu or Buddhist deities " - wrote a foreigner a long time ago.
Important places to visit in Kathmandu include the Darbar Square, the Pashupathinath temple, the Swoyambhu Nath Stupa, the Boudha Nath Stupa, Bhaktapur Darbar square Patan Durbar Square and Patan City. Besides most tourists to Kathmandu rave about the Himalayan Mountain flight, which is now one of Nepal's big attractions.
Chitwan is one of the few undisturbed areas of the Terai region which formerly extended over the foothills of India and Nepal, with its very rich flora and fauna. One of the last populations of single-horned Asiatic rhinoceros lives in the Chitwan National Park, which is also among the last refuges for the Bengal tiger. Here you will do the elephant safari to see the rhinoceros living in the park and do guide walks into the park. Chitwan has 50 different species of animals like tigers, leopards, sloth bears, etc and 450 different species of birds, one-horned rhinoceros, Asian elephants, crocodiles, Marsh Muggers, Gharials, barking deers, spotted deer, hog deer, and many more animals can be seen in the jungle of Royal Chitwan National Park.
Lumbini is the birthplace of Lord Buddha. The site is listed as a World Heritage Site by UNESCO Upon arrival you will be welcomed by a welcome drink. Assistance will assist you with the check-in procedures. The rest of the day is free to relax or you may enjoy the environment of the location.
A rare combination of snow-clad mountains, crystal clear lakes, streams, villages inhabited by friendly ethnic tribes. .In Palpa, there are great views over the bowl-shaped of “Madi valley” from the town itself and spectacular view of the Himalaya from nearby hills, which called “Srinagar Danda” You can get an enjoyable time with a special viewing of the Annapurna mountains range as beauty as green scenery with hills. Tansen lies on the Siddhartha High Way between Pokhara and Bhairawa. Tansen was the capital of the Palpa kingdom, which was ruled by the Sen dynasty. Prithivi Narayan Shah, the Gorkha king who unified modern Nepal.
Pokhara is the second-largest city of Nepal after Kathmandu. It is just at a distance of 200 km from the capital city and is easily accessible. There are numerous tourist buses, microbuses and local buses that take passengers in and out of Pokhara every day. Just five hours drive from Kathmandu, and you end up in a completely different place, with a completely different landscape and an entirely different feel from the buzzing hubbub of Kathmandu.
Pokhara is the home to numerous lakes and caves, a modern yet welcoming city life and not to mention, a plethora of peaks of the Himalayas. The lakes in Pokhara include Fewa Lake, Begnas Lake, Rupa Lake, Gude Lake, Neurani Lake, and Maidi Lake among many others. The peaks than can be closely observed from Pokhara include Dhaulagiri, Annapurna I and Manaslu as these are within 30 miles from the city, and all of these peaks are more than 8,000 meters high. The city is also the gateway for trekking to the Annapurna Circuit. The notable caves here are Bat Cave, Mahendra Cave, and Gupteshwor Cave among others.
There are two major notable hilltops in Pokhara that serve as a perfect getaway, the World Peace Pagoda at the southern shore of Fewa lake and Sarangkot, a beautiful hill at the north-west part of Pokhara. The newest attraction of Pokhara is Paragliding. Now you can paraglide from Sarangkot over the famous Fewa Lake and land at the bottom of the city.
Bandipur is a small but beautiful village situated on a hilltop offering the magnificent vista of Himalayas and Marshyangdi River. Located in the Tanahu district some 140km west of Kathmandu and 60km east of Pokhara; Bandipur is known for its beautiful scenery. This momentous Newari settlement is still intact without a blemish of modernization and is adorned by traditional houses and temples ornamented with historical art and architecture. This medieval town possesses a festival throughout the whole year. The Brahmin and Chhetri villages situated nearby add cultural diversity to this region. Situated at the altitude of 1,005m this village seems to carry a lot of mysteries some of them are discovered while some are still waiting for their turn. Once upon a time not too long ago this place used to be the commercial centre linking Tibetan and British.
Situated as the hilltop under the awning of Pine and Sal forests the village not only overlooks the implausible stretch of Marshyangdi River valley but also grants the magical vista of Himalayan range which includes Dhaulagiri, Annapurna, Manaslu, and Ganesh Himal. From the adjoining hilltops, you too can see Gorkha in the East and Chitwan in the south. The eye-popping factors of this tour are a visit to Siddha Cave (largest cave in the country) and Patali Dwar( gateway to Heaven). Apart from these the surrounding hills also offer infinite hiking possibilities.
DAY 1: ARRIVAL IN KATHMANDU, NEPAL.
DAY 02: KATHMANDU SIGHTSEEING.
DAY 03: DRIVE TO BANDIPUR.
DAY 04: SUNRISE VIEW FROM BANDIPUR AND DRIVE TO POKHARA.
DAY 05: POKHARA TOUR.
DAY 06:DRIVE TO PALPA (TANSEN).
DAY 07: DRIVE TO LUMBINI.
DAY 08: DRIVE TO CHITWAN.
DAY 9: CHITWAN NATIONAL PARK.
DAY 10: DRIVE BACK TO KATHMANDU.
DAY 11: BHAKTAPUR & PATAN TOUR.
DAY 12: DRIVE TO THE AIRPORT FOR FINAL DEPARTURE.
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