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Nepal Discovery Cultural Tour (19 Days)
Nepal Discovery Cultural Tour

Discovering heritage site (Kathmandu Durbar Square, famous stupa of Swayambhunath well known as Monkey temple situated in small hill and Bouddhanath are shrine of Buddhist , Pashupatinath dedicated to Shiva (God of Hindu) derivation in 7th century, the most attractive city of Patan, known as the city of golden roofs, typical Newari villages and visit the ancient city of Bhaktapur  rewards culture, lifestyle, ritual, religion and history of Nepal. The most touristic city, Pokhara offer spectacular scenery of Himalayas, Sunrise and sunset, boating on beautiful Phewa Lake, Museums and many more. Safari on elephant back, one horned Rhinoceros, birds and other species makes enjoyable stay in Chitwan Natinal Park in Terai. 



Trekking Days: -› (18)
Total Days: -› (19)
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Route Nature: -› Tour
Difficulty: -› Easy
Season: -› Automn/Spring ( Mar-May / Sept - Nov ).
Day 01. Arrival in Kathmandu.
Arrive in Kathmandu, transfer to hotel (free transfer).

Day 02. Kathmandu-Pashupatinath-Bouddhanath.
Early morning, departure for flight on Everest, more than an hour in an airplane at high altitude in the mountains below.
Visit Pashupatinath (Hindu religious shrine and cremations on the river bank) and after noon visit Boudhanath, an immense "Stupa" Tibetan, time or Tibetan pilgrims come to circle around the temple with their prayer wheels.

Day 03. Kathmandu-Kirtipur-Swyambhunath.
Visit the ancient royal capital of Kathmandu (called Basantapur Durbar Square), Swayambhunath (also called Monkey Temple), a large Buddhist temple (which dominates Kathmandu) with a temple hindu inside. In the late afternoon visit the town of Kirtipur, founded in the 9th century.

Day 04. Bhaktapur-Changu Narayan.
Bhaktapur, an ancient royal capital, was founded by King Ananda Dev Malla in the 12th century and the most beautiful city in the Kathmandu valley also known as Bhadgaon "rice village" in the following visit Changu Narayan oldest temple in the valley is the most beautiful specimen's architecture of Pagoda, built in the fourth century.

Day 05. Patan-Bungamati-Khokana.
Visit Patan, the ancient royal capital, the city of golden roofs, second largest city of the valley. The city has stretched Buddhist Posse.
In the afternoon, visit the traditional village of Newar,  Bungamti surrounded by paddies, Khokana, which is famous for its mustard oil.

Day 06. Kathmandu-Chitwan National Park (about 6hrs drive).
After breakfast, depart for Chitwan National Park, which are the most famous Asian wildlife and flora. About 5 hours by private car after lunch, walk in the ethnic group of Tharu to discover their daily life and culture.

Day 07. Chitwan.
Wakeup 5h 30 am departure for Elephant safari for exploring the jungle of different species of animals including the one-horned rhinoceros, two kinds of monkeys, deer, crocodiles, and if lucky, you may spot a tiger.
In the afternoon, a traditional canoeing trip on the Rapti River to see crocodiles and waterfowl.  In the evening, discover the Tharu cultural dance performance.

Day 08. Chitwan - Lumbini (about 5 hours on the way).
Upon request wake at 5 am to see 30 birds (with a guide).
After breakfast, drive to Lumbini, birthplace of Buddha, one of the four major sites of Buddhism in the world. Visit the temple of Maya Devi, the column of Asoka, a sacred pool where Maya Devi bathed her son and monasteries.

Day 09. Lumbini-Palpa (1343m / approx 4 hrs)
Departure by car (5 hours drive) to the ancient capital of the kingdom of Magar, town of Tansen in Palpa district. Explore the city and the old palace in the 17th century.

Day 10. Palpa - Pokhara (about 4 hours).
Departure by car to Pokhara, along the water bank of Narayani River through the magnificent scenery of the hills of Nepal. It is the 2nd largest city of Nepal, an exceptional view of the Annapurna range.

Day 11. Pokhara and surroundings.
Early morning transfer by car to climb up to 1590m Sarankot to see the sunrise, panoramic view of the Himalayas, in good time, the peaks of Dhaulagiri, Annapurna, Machhapuchare (mountain queue Poisson). 
Visit the International Mountain Museum, boat on Fewa Lake and then visit the David's fall. In the afternoon, departure for the Tibetan refugee camp.

Day 12. Pokhara - Bandipur (about 3 hours).
Departure by car to Bimalnagar, Newar authentic village, discovered a cave that famous Siddh largest in Asia and then climb to Bandipur, Bandipur an old city of the 19th century to the top of a hill. Discover a spectacular panorama of the entire chain of the Himalayas and temples around the city.

Day 13. Bandipur-Gorkha (about 2 hours).
After breakfast, Departure to Gorkha by private car. Discover ancient palace of Gorkha over three hundred years and situated on a hill by the Shah dynasty. Visit the Kali temple, built by King Ram Shah and the mausoleum of Guru Gorkhanath behind the palace, a cave that offers impressive views the mountains.

Day 14. Gorkha-Kathmandu (by Car).
Departure by car to Kathmandu, a superb spectacle, according to the Himalayan peaks.
Afternoon visit the ancient royal capital of Kathmandu  (Basantapur Durbar Square).

Day 15. Dakshinkali-Pharping- Nagarkot.
Early in the morning, visit the Temple Dakshin Kali "the goddess Demand of blood," one of the most important sites sacrifice of animals in every Tuesday and Saturday thousands of Nepalese come here to sacrifice animals. Drive back to Pharping where the "Guru Rimpoche" was made meditation in the caves. Padmasambhaba "Guru Rimpoche" who was founder of the Tibetan Buddhism in the 6th century.
Later in the day, starting with the peasant villages of the valley and lush forests until at the stage of Nagarkot, 2175m, great point of view on the Himalayas.

Day 16. Bhaktapur- Changu Narayan.
Attend after the sunrise over the Himalayas, start to Bhaktapur, an ancient royal capital, was founded by King Ananda Dev Malla in the 12th century and the most beautiful city in the Kathmandu Valley also known as Bhadgaon "rice village" By following Changu Narayan visit the oldest temple in the valley is the most beautiful specimens architecture of Pagoda, built in the fourth century.

Day 17. Nala - Banepa-Panauti.
After breakfast, depart for the charming village of Nala, the discovery of the temple and the temple of Bhagawati boddist Karunamaya Avalokiteswar and then continue to Banepa where Chandeswari temple and temple renovated by French aid .
In the following, starting to Panauti, an old city of Nepal, which is authentic, Discovery of numerous temples and monuments various Hindu and Buddhist. A stroll around the city to discover the Nepalese countryside.

Day 18. Thimi- Kathmandu-Budhanilkantha.
Panauti Departure by private car traverses the visit small Newari city, Thimi has earned the reputation of being the city of potters. free in the noon.
In the evening, dinner with traditional cultural dances of various ethnics. 

Day 19. Final departure
Transfer to airport 3 hours before scheduled time.

Price includes:

  • Standard hotel in Kathmandu with breakfast.
  • Standard hotel in Pokhara with breakfast.
  • Standard hotel in Chitwan full board.
  • Accompanied by French cultural guide.
  • Private car transfers.
  • Visits indicated in the description.
  • reception at airport by Representative of agency.
  • Entries fee of Chitwan National Park.

Price does not include:

  • Meals (lunch or dinner) in Kathmandu and Pokhara.
  • The price of Nepalese visa ($ 25 for 15 days)
  • Entries monuments and museums.
  • Drinks during all stay.
  • Personal expenses, Tip.
  • Travel insurance.
  • International flight.

Day 01. Kathmandu.
Arrive in Kathmandu, transfer to hotel (free transfer).

Day 02. Kathmandu-Pashupatinath-Bouddhanath.
Early morning, departure for flight on Everest, more than an hour in an airplane at high altitude in the mountains below.
Visit Pashupatinath (Hindu religious shrine and cremations on the river bank) and after noon visit Boudhanath, an immense "Stupa" Tibetan, time or Tibetan pilgrims come to circle around the temple with their prayer wheels.

Day 03. Kathmandu-Kirtipur-Swyambhunath.
Visit the ancient royal capital of Kathmandu (called Basantapur Durbar Square), Swayambhunath (also called Monkey Temple), a large Buddhist temple (which dominates Kathmandu) with a temple hindu inside. In the late afternoon visit the town of Kirtipur, founded in the 9th century.

Day 04. Bhaktapur-Changu Narayan.
Bhaktapur, an ancient royal capital, was founded by King Ananda Dev Malla in the 12th century and the most beautiful city in the Kathmandu valley also known as Bhadgaon "rice village" in the following visit Changu Narayan oldest temple in the valley is the most beautiful specimen's architecture of Pagoda, built in the fourth century.

Day 05. Patan-Bungamati-Khokana.
Visit Patan, the ancient royal capital, the city of golden roofs, second largest city of the valley. The city has stretched Buddhist Posse.
In the afternoon, visit the traditional village of Newar,  Bungamti surrounded by paddies, Khokana, which is famous for its mustard oil.

Day 06. Kathmandu-Chitwan National Park (about 6hrs drive).
After breakfast, depart for Chitwan National Park, which are the most famous Asian wildlife and flora. About 5 hours by private car after lunch, walk in the ethnic group of Tharu to discover their daily life and culture.

Day 07. Chitwan.
Wakeup 5h 30 am departure for Elephant safari for exploring the jungle of different species of animals including the one-horned rhinoceros, two kinds of monkeys, deer, crocodiles, and if lucky, you may spot a tiger.
In the afternoon, a traditional canoeing trip on the Rapti River to see crocodiles and waterfowl.  In the evening, discover the Tharu cultural dance performance.

Day 08. Chitwan - Lumbini (about 5 hours on the way).
Upon request wake at 5 am to see 30 birds (with a guide).
After breakfast, drive to Lumbini, birthplace of Buddha, one of the four major sites of Buddhism in the world. Visit the temple of Maya Devi, the column of Asoka, a sacred pool where Maya Devi bathed her son and monasteries.

Day 09. Lumbini-Palpa (1343m / approx 4 hrs)
Departure by car (5 hours drive) to the ancient capital of the kingdom of Magar, town of Tansen in Palpa district. Explore the city and the old palace in the 17th century.

Day 10. Palpa - Pokhara (about 4 hours).
Departure by car to Pokhara, along the water bank of Narayani River through the magnificent scenery of the hills of Nepal. It is the 2nd largest city of Nepal, an exceptional view of the Annapurna range.

Day 11. Pokhara and surroundings.
Early morning transfer by car to climb up to 1590m Sarankot to see the sunrise, panoramic view of the Himalayas, in good time, the peaks of Dhaulagiri, Annapurna, Machhapuchare (mountain queue Poisson). 
Visit the International Mountain Museum, boat on Fewa Lake and then visit the David's fall. In the afternoon, departure for the Tibetan refugee camp.

Day 12. Pokhara - Bandipur (about 3 hours).
Departure by car to Bimalnagar, Newar authentic village, discovered a cave that famous Siddh largest in Asia and then climb to Bandipur, Bandipur an old city of the 19th century to the top of a hill. Discover a spectacular panorama of the entire chain of the Himalayas and temples around the city.

Day 13. Bandipur-Gorkha (about 2 hours).
After breakfast, Departure to Gorkha by private car. Discover ancient palace of Gorkha over three hundred years and situated on a hill by the Shah dynasty. Visit the Kali temple, built by King Ram Shah and the mausoleum of Guru Gorkhanath behind the palace, a cave that offers impressive views the mountains.

Day 14. Gorkha-Kathmandu (by Car).
Departure by car to Kathmandu, a superb spectacle, according to the Himalayan peaks.
Afternoon visit the ancient royal capital of Kathmandu  (Basantapur Durbar Square).

Day 15. Dakshinkali-Pharping- Nagarkot.
Early in the morning, visit the Temple Dakshin Kali "the goddess Demand of blood," one of the most important sites sacrifice of animals in every Tuesday and Saturday thousands of Nepalese come here to sacrifice animals. Drive back to Pharping where the "Guru Rimpoche" was made meditation in the caves. Padmasambhaba "Guru Rimpoche" who was founder of the Tibetan Buddhism in the 6th century.
Later in the day, starting with the peasant villages of the valley and lush forests until at the stage of Nagarkot, 2175m, great point of view on the Himalayas.

Day 16. Bhaktapur- Changu Narayan.
Attend after the sunrise over the Himalayas, start to Bhaktapur, an ancient royal capital, was founded by King Ananda Dev Malla in the 12th century and the most beautiful city in the Kathmandu Valley also known as Bhadgaon "rice village" By following Changu Narayan visit the oldest temple in the valley is the most beautiful specimens architecture of Pagoda, built in the fourth century.

Day 17. Nala - Banepa-Panauti.
After breakfast, depart for the charming village of Nala, the discovery of the temple and the temple of Bhagawati boddist Karunamaya Avalokiteswar and then continue to Banepa where Chandeswari temple and temple renovated by French aid .
In the following, starting to Panauti, an old city of Nepal, which is authentic, Discovery of numerous temples and monuments various Hindu and Buddhist. A stroll around the city to discover the Nepalese countryside.

Day 18. Thimi- Kathmandu-Budhanilkantha.
Panauti Departure by private car traverses the visit small Newari city, Thimi has earned the reputation of being the city of potters. free in the noon.
In the evening, dinner with traditional cultural dances of various ethnics. 

Day 19. Final departure
Transfer to airport 3 hours before scheduled time.

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