All Nepal Tour Package

This fourteen-day trip is an intensive tour of Nepal, which offers an insight into its rich ancient cultures and ethnic diversity. Explore the different areas and combine it with the simple pleasures of hiking through scenic countryside and the thrills of viewing the mighty Himalayan peaks from dose quarters. There are many country trails of which several of them are old trade routes or pilgrimage paths which lead through terraced hillsides, forested ridges, river banks, paddy fields; connecting picturesque hamlets and mountain villages. The most rewarding way to see Nepal and her people, their culture and rich heritage by walking or hiking like the traders or pilgrims. Outside the Kathmandu valley accommodation will be in small but comfortable country style hotels/lodges. 

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13 Nights / 14 Days - All Nepal Tour package

Duration : 13 Nights / 14 Days 
Places Covered : Kathmandu - Pokhara - Tansen - Lumbini - Chitwan - Nagarkote - 
Dhulikhel - Kathmandu

Day 01

Arrival in Kathmandu. Meet and greet assistance at the airport and transfer to your hotel.

Day 02

Morning take a walking tour of old Kathmandu city following the old path across Vishnumati river to Swayambhunath. Afternoon visit the low-tiered golden temple -Pashupatinath, the holiest of Hindus temple and Bodhnath -the largest Buddhist Stupa.

Day 03

Drive south to Dakshinkali. Visit Pharping village and continue on to the old Newari villages of Bungmati and Khokana. Newars are inhabitants of a Tibeto-Burman origin and are among the largest indigenous groups of Nepal. They are usually inclined towards commerce, trade and farming and follow Buddhism as well as Hinduism.

Day 04

Kathmandu - Pokhara
Morning drive to the most scenic Himalayan destination -Pokhara (200km/6hrs) in the centre of Nepal. Afternoon free.

Day 05

A Day hikes to Begnaskote or Sarangkote village.

Day 06

Sightseeing tour of Pokhara City and its bazaars. Afternoon take a boat ride on Phewa lake.

Day 07

Pokhara - Tansen 
Drive to Tansen (80km/4hrs) a typical small hill town in western Nepal. Check-in at hotel.

Day 08

Full day hiking trip to Ranighat built on the banks of Kaligandaki river or a day tour of Tansen town and its colourful bazaars.

Day 09

Tansen - Lumbini - Chitwan 
Morning drive to Lumbini (105kms/4hrs) the birthplace of Lord Buddha. Visit Lumbini on own. Later continue on to Royal Chitwan National Park (75kms/4½ hrs) and check in at the jungle lodge. Dinner and overnight at the jungle lodge.

Day 10

Full day jungle activities including elephant back safari, nature walk, canoe ride, bird watching, elephant briefing, Tharu stick dance, slide presentation etc.

Day 11

Chitwan - Nagarkote 
Drive back to Kathmandu (145kms/4½ hrs) from where you continue on to Nagarkote (Alt 2100-m (34 kms/1½ hrs) set on a ridge above Kathmandu with a panoramic view of the great Himalayan peaks including Annapurna, Fishtail, Everest and Kanchendzonga.

Day 12

Nagarkote - Dhulikhel 
Visit Nagarkote and continue on to Changunarayan temple, the oldest and finest pagoda architecture in the world. Commence walking through paddy fields and typical farming villages to Bhaktapur. Late afternoon drive to Dhulikhel.

Day 13

Magnificent sunrise views from your hotel. After breakfast, commence a full -day hike to Namoboudha carrying lunch boxes. Walk through scattered huts and farms to Panauti, an old and interesting village. Drive back to Dhulikhel in time to see a colourful sunset.

Day 14

Dhulikhel - Kathmandu 
Drive back to Kathmandu (35kms/1½ hrs) and transfer to connect your outbound flight.



Short Description about Bungmati and Khokana Village Nepal, Pathan, Swyambhunath, Boundha and Bhaktapur etc.

Bungmati is a medieval village lies about 6km South of Patan medieval town has to go straight road from Jawalakhel (Tibetan Refugee Camp) crossing the ring road. According to the legend Bungmati was founded during 7th century, Bungmati is a home, one of the most important Gods of the Kathmandu Valley known as Machhindranath (Matsyendranath), the God of rain and compassion, worshipped equally by Hindus and Buddhists and accredited by locals with the introduction of paddy-rice plantations in the valley. There is a Machhindranath Temple in Bungmati, where the God Machhindranath is kept for 3 - 4 months in a year as well as one temple in Patan.

Khokana is just in 20-30 minutes walking distance from Bungamati another Newar village. The village begins with a narrow cobbled street and in the middle of the main street lies the temple of Shekali Mai a local mother Goddess. Khokana is famous for its mustard oil, they still make in a traditional way and the mustard oil is still very popular in Kathmandu valley.

Most of the people are from ethnic Newars community in these villages with their typical Newar houses. The villagers hang red chilly and vegetables garland from top floor almost to the ground floor in most of the houses in these villages after the month of September. The villagers are involved mostly either in farming, or spinning wool yarn.

Short Description about Pathan, Swyambhunath, Boundha and Bhaktapur:

Swayambhunath: This is said to be more than 2000 years old and is one of the world's oldest Buddhist Chaityas. The stupa which forms the main structure is composed of a solid hemisphere of brick and earth supporting a cornice of copper and gilt. Painted on the four sided base of the spire are the all seeing eyes of Lord Buddha. It is two miles west of Kathmandu city. Situated 
on a hillock it is about 250 feet high above the level of the Valley. The hill is a mosaic of small chaityas and pagoda temples and possesses great dignity and beauty.

The city of Patan is believed to have been built in the third century B.C. by the Kirat dynasty. It was expanded by Lichhavis in the 6th century A.D. and again by the Mallas in medieval period. The Malla kings ruled the Kathmandu Valley until the ascension of the Shah dynasty. In 1768, King Prithvi Narayan Shah began his campaign to unify Nepal and Patan became a city in the kingdom of Nepal.
In the early 1800's the Shah heirs fought the Anglo-Nepalese War (1814-1816) against the British East India Company over the annexation of small neighboring states. The Nepalese lost and were forced to cede land to the British in exchange for autonom

Bhaktapur : Bhaktapur or 'the City of Devotees' is situated at an altitude of 1.401 m and covers and area of about four square miles. This small little city still retains the medieval charm and visitors are treated with numerous natural wonders. The ancient glory of the Malla rulers reflects in the Durbar Square and pottery and weavingare their traditional industries.

Pashupati Nath : 
Pashupatinath temple is the biggest Hindu temple of Lord Shiva in the world located on the banks of the Bagmati river in the eastern part of Kathmandu, the capital of Nepal. The temple served as the seat of national deity, Lord Pashupatinath, until Nepal was secularized. The temple is listed in UNESCO World Heritage Sites list. On the bank of bagmati river and near Pashupati the crimination ceremony of Hindu occors.