In Kathmandu we spend next two days on a guided tour of Swambhunath, Patan, Pasupath and Boudhanath. In Patan we take you to visit Patan Durbar Square, Hiranya Varna Mahavira, and Mahaboudha, which are very close to the old palace, believed to have been built in 299 AD. There are many famous and beautifully carved windows, doors and balconies. Mahaboudha is made of Terracotta bricks and pagoda style structure of Mahavira dedicated to Lord Buddha. It is built in 13th century. Swayambhunath is 2000 years old Buddhist stupa (Chaitya), known as monkey temple. Boudhanath is one of the most popular Buddhist pilgrimage center. The legend has it that Goddess Manjushri found a shrine here after she drained the water from the lake. The stupa represents the mind of the Buddha. It is believed to have been constructed in the fifth century by King Mandeva. Pasupatinath is the holiest Hindu shrine in the world dedicated to Hindu god ‘Shiva.’ The temple is located on the bank of Bagmati-river. Every year on the day of Shivaratri, (Night dedicated to Shiva) in February, Hindu sadhus (pious men) and pilgrims from all over the world comes to pay respect to Pasupatinath.
After Kathmandu travel to Chitwan National Park. You will drive there to see and enjoy ecology and wild life activities in natural setting. You will spend two full day watching wild lives on elephant back, in the Jungle walk, or when you ride the dug out canoe. You will be also taken on a jeep ride deep inside the jungle. In the evening the camp staff show you local Tharu cultural programme.
We travel onward to Pokhara and to a mountain village at Chandrakot. The overnight camp at Chandrakot gives you opportunity to see close up view of Machhapuchare and Annapurna Himalaya range. Next day drive back to Pokhara. Spend your leisure time in the Phewa Lake taking a boat or just walk around the lake. At the end of the tour fly back to Kathmandu; stay overnight in Kathmandu before flying back home.
Pokhara is your first stop before you head to the mountain. It is a small city situated by a lake. From Pokhara travel up the winding road to the mountain that has crispy cool air. After a short drive you walk to Chandrakot; you are in the middle of the mountain villages. You could see himalayan peaks real close. It is simply great to see the wonderful view of the mountain and the snow caped Himalayan range. The walking trail to these villages and camp are wide and easy for your legs – age is not a barrier. If you enjoy walking it is simply nice. The trek staffs in the camp welcome you and make you comfortable. Even if this is your first time in tent, you will enjoy it thoroughly. If kids are around they love to enjoy camping, especially when it is just below the lofty peak. The magnetic attraction of the mountain is enigmatic. In the evening you will have bar-b-que dinner with wine and 3 course camping meals. Sit around the camp fire and exchange your story of the past days. Next morning you are wakened up to see the mountain range that put on different colour than what you saw the previous evening. After hearty breakfast return back to the road head for a jeep ride back to Pokhara and fly back to Kathmandu.
If the flight to Kathmandu is late take the opportunity to enjoy the peaceful environment of the lake in the boat in Phewa Lake where you could see the shadow of Fish Tail peak. Fish Tail known in Nepali as Machhapuchere is a beautiful peak as impressive as the famous Matterhorn in Switzerland. Beside this beautiful peak there are other huge mountain peaks on the Annapurna range.
Optional Tour to the city of Bhaktapur provides fine example of the preservation of heritage site. This city has many beautiful temples and well preserved architectures. There are many monuments and temples like Lion Gates (1696AD), Golden Gate, The Palace of Fifty Five windows (1427AD), Picture gallery that has ancient Hindu and Tantric painting, and Nyatapola temple (1702 AD), Bhairab Nath and Dattatraya Temple (1427 AD) - dedicated to Shiva in his fearsome mood, and the intricately carved Peacock window built in a monastery (1458 AD). All these monuments are famous for artistic quality.
This tour includes sightseeing tours of all important sites in Kathmandu valley which are in the heritage list of UNESCO. The tour provides insight into the rich cultural heritage of Nepal that includes Nepalese culture, life style, art and architecture dates back to centuries. The jungle safari in one of best preserved national park gives you opportunity to see animals and birds in its natural habitat
COST- Private Trip
2 person: US$ 825 per person
3 to 5 person: US$835 per person
6 to 9 person: US$845 per person
Single Supplement: US$225
Departure: Anytime upon request
*Government fees and airfares are subject to change
Note: Tour is exclusively private, personal guide as per your choice languages,own transport and own schedule. The optional city tour of Bhaktapur cost US$45 per person. It includes tour guide and sightseeing entrance charges.
Programme as outlines above is guideline only. It is subject to change due to logistics, weather and technical condition. There is no refund against unused service.
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