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Nepal

Culture, Wildlife and Treks to Nepal

Tour Itinerary

Day 01: Once arrival in Kathmandu Nebula Travels and Tours representative meet and transfer to the hotel.
Day 01: Once arrival in Kathmandu Nebula Travels and Tours representative meet and transfer to the hotel.

Once arrival in Kathmandu Nebula Travels and Tours representative meet and transfer to the hotel. After check-in at the hotel, we will do a briefing about the package. Late evening enjoyment walks in Thamel, a trendy touristic place in Kathmandu and a bustling bazaar that offers a glimpse of Nepal's vibrant ethnic tradition and overnight at the hotel.

Day 02: Kathmandu and Bhaktapur.
Day 02: Kathmandu and Bhaktapur.

Kathmandu and Bhaktapur. After breakfast at the hotel then proceed to visit Swayambhunath Stupa, some world's oldest Buddhist shrines, claimed to be more than 2500 years old. Based on a hillock, three kilometers west of Kathmandu, this is likely one of the holiest Buddhist sites in Nepal. Late this morning depart to Bhaktapur, which was the former capital of the valley, and used to be as soon as a flourishing metropolis on the exchange path to Tibet.
Today, Bhaktapur is like an open-air museum with colossal areas open to pedestrian entry. It is a store apartment of medieval art and structure. Exciting locations to explore the famed Durbar square, Golden Gate at the Palace of 55 windows. Potters square which houses the elephant-headed Lord Ganesha temple who's believed to be the pattern of potters in Nepal. Bhaktapur has a variety of Hindu and Buddhist temples including Nepal's greatest Shiva Linga. You may as well see artisans engaged in Bhaktapur's typical crafts of pottery and weaving. On the way back to Kathmandu visit the Patan Durbar square. Patan is legendary for its museum, temples and ideal craftsmanship of its artisans. Patan Durbar rectangular has acclaimed as one of the most elegant urban streetscapes in the world.

Day 03: Kathmandu to Chitwan (185 KM / approximately 5 Hours).
Day 03: Kathmandu to Chitwan (185 KM / approximately 5 Hours).

Kathmandu to Chitwan (185 KM / approximately 5 hours). You first have a delicious breakfast at the hotel then transfer Chitwan. Once arrival, check-in at your hotel and have a refreshment lunch at the restaurant. During the afternoon, experience an Elephant ride Safari to discover the jungle and its wildlife. General wildlife at Chitwan National Park involves the one-horned rhinoceros, a few types of deer, monkey, wild boar, bison, sloth endure, and leopard and tigers. Perched excessive on the back of your elephant, you'll be able to be safely out of attaining something lurking in the tall grass, late-evening back to the hotel for overnight.

Day 04: Day in Chitwan.
Day 04: Day in Chitwan.

Day in Chitwan. Enjoy an early morning Nature walk settling on birds, plants and different natural world in the open grasslands, and jungles of Sal forests. Chitwan is most lovely at daybreak with the sun rising above the jungles and the glistening river. After breakfast, join an Elephant Breeding program, the place you get an opportunity to see and experience from elephant stables and learn more about these large animals. For the extra adventurous, you too can try your hand at giving these mammals an excellent scrub and wash.
After lunch, a natural Dug-Out wood Canoe Cruise takes you on a silent commute down to the Rapti River to view birds and crocodiles on the banks of the river. This night, experience Dinner round Camp fireplace with the indigenous Tharu Stick Dance exhibit, whereby farmers from local villages show off their knowledge and dances and overnight at hotel.

Day 05: Chitwan to Pokhara (160 KM / roughly 4 Hours).
Day 05: Chitwan to Pokhara (160 KM / roughly 4 Hours).

Chitwan to Pokhara (160 KM / roughly 4 Hours). After breakfast at the hotel, then proceed to a scenic Pokhara. They surrounded via stunning snow-capped mountains, with a powerful lake of crystal-clear Himalayan water. Pokhara is a serene hill town within the foothills of Himalayas. Pokhara presents a fascinating view of the Annapurna range, including the fishtail height of Machapuchare. The locals, known as Pokhralis, will greet you with heat smiles and unforgettable hospitality. Spend the afternoon exploring the attractive city of Pokhara, visiting the Devis Fall and the regional Gupteshwor Cave preferred for the original artwork forms made from limestone deposits. In the afternoon, enjoy a boat ride in Phewa Lake, the most fabulous lake of Nepal, offering impressive views of the encompassing Himalayan tiers and overnight at the hotel.

Day 06: Pokhara to Tirkhedunga (1540M).
Day 06: Pokhara to Tirkhedunga (1540M).

Pokhara to Tirkhedunga (1540M). Early breakfast at the hotel, your driver will prefer you up for the two-hour drive to Birethanti (1135M). On the way, you are going to see Himalayan peaks looming in the distance as the avenue winds its way as much as the primary factor of your brief Nepal trek. Packed together with your camera, warm sweater and a few drinks of water, you'll head off, accompanied by using your advisor and neighborhood porters. The trail leads through a thick bamboo woodland to lush inexperienced fields where cows with purple plumes on their heads graze. There is plenty of opportunities to discontinue some images on the way. After about four hours, you arrive in Tirkhedhunga, a small village and there are a few shops. A wobbly striking bridge across the river and waving youngsters that follow you stuffed with curiosity and overnight at teahouse.

Day 07: Ghorepani (2855M). After breakfast, it's time to be ready for your heads off on the trek.
Day 07: Ghorepani (2855M). After breakfast, it's time to be ready for your heads off on the trek.

Ghorepani (2855M). After breakfast, it's time to be ready for your heads off on the trek. The primary stretch is relatively convenient as you stroll downhill into the valley. As you move the river Burungdi Khola be certain to stop and admire this beautiful mountain river. The cold meltwater flows down from high up on the mountain. Then it can be the most strenuous part of your short Nepal trek. Heading up some stony steps, you slowly make your steps to 2000M. At the end of this arduous climb, you can reward with a great view of the snow-capped mountains rising above the surrounding hills. The last part of the trek is a pretty and leads through colorful and fragrant rhododendron forest. On arrival in Ghorepani, put your toes up, have a drink, and loosen up. As you appear around, you'll be able to see the colorful prayer flags in the wind at temples and snowy mountain peaks and overnight at teahouse.

Day 08: Poon Hill (3210M) Trek to Thadapani (2640M).
Day 08: Poon Hill (3210M) Trek to Thadapani (2640M).

Poon Hill (3210M) Trek to Thadapani (2640M). Start your day with an early morning journey to Poon Hill - about an hour climb. It provides impressive unobstructed views of Himalayan peaks. Whenever you reach the highest, watch as the sun slowly colors the white mountains of the Annapurna and Dhaulagiri in shades of deep orange – this is among the most amazing points of interest of Nepal.
Then proceed with your trek to Thadapani. The path climbs on a stone staircase about one and half of hour on to the ridge and then goes downhill to the village of Banthati via dense, very well forests of rhododendron. The village of Banthati places in the shadow of a significant rock face where we stop for our sizzling lunch. Beyond Banthati, the trail starts climbing, leaving them moist, high mountain forests and coming into a subject of cane. The trail climbs steeply approximately half an hour earlier than accomplishing Tadapani. Once arrival, put your feet up and enjoy the views and overnight at teahouse.

Day 09: Ghandruk (1950M). Descending steeply through dense forests to Deurali.
Day 09: Ghandruk (1950M). Descending steeply through dense forests to Deurali.

Ghandruk (1950M). Descending steeply through dense forests to Deurali. A short, steep descent continues, ultimately leading out on a ridge closer to Ghandruk at 1950M. Ghandruk stands beautifully towards the backdrop of snowy Himalayan peaks together with the noted Annapurna and Machhapuchhre (Fishtail) and overnight at the hotel.

Day 10: Nayapul to Pokhara. This morning, trek to Nayapul (1135M) all the approach downhill, trekking around four hours.
Day 10: Nayapul to Pokhara. This morning, trek to Nayapul (1135M) all the approach downhill, trekking around four hours.

Nayapul to Pokhara. This morning, trek to Nayapul (1135M) all the approach downhill, trekking around four hours. The path drops at first on a stone staircase, then traverses high above the river on large stone-paved lanes. The trail continues heading downhill through terraced fields and on to a suspension bridge over the Sadhu Khola, eventually arriving alongside Modi Khola in Shauli Bazaar where we will stop for lunch. The trail is now on the backside of the river valley, passing through a lovely birch wooded area, then following alongside the river on a steep path to broad rice terraces. After about two and a half hours stroll from Shauli bazaar, we arrive at Nayapul. From right here, we drive back to Pokhara. Upon arrival, check-in at your hotel and enjoy the night at Pokhara.

Day 11: Pokhara to Kathmandu (210 KM/ roughly 6 Hours).
Day 11: Pokhara to Kathmandu (210 KM/ roughly 6 Hours).

Pokhara to Kathmandu (210 KM/ roughly 6 Hours). After breakfast at the hotel then ready for your return drive to Kathmandu. Upon arrival, check-in to the hotel and have leisure time and overnight at the hotel.

Day 12: Tour End/Departure Day
Day 12: Tour End/Departure Day

After having breakfast in the hotel. You will drop to the Tribhuvan International Airport depending on your airport time to catch your flight back home.

Tour Highlights

  • Travel Destination: Nepal/Chitwan and Annapurna Region
  • Trek Day: 4 Days
  • Group Size: 2 Pax Minimum
  • Transfer: Land Transfer/Trek
  • Trip Type: Moderate
  • Meal: Restaurant and Tea House
  • Accommodation: Hotel/Tea House
  • Maximum Altitude: 3210M
  • Best Season: March-May and September – November, (Culture, Wildlife Tour Round the year except Monsoon).
  • Trips Cover - Return Airport Transfer, Boudhanath Stupa, Kathmandu Durbar Square, Pashupatinath Temple, Swayambhunath, Chitwan National, Tirkhedunga, Birethanti, Poon Hill, Thadapani, Ghandruk, All Permission Fees, and All Government Taxes.

Bulk discount (by percent)

Bulk discount adult
# Discount group From adult To adult Value
1 Group 3-6 3 6 2
2 Group 7-10 7 10 12
3 Group 11-14 11 14 20
4 Group 15-20 15 20 25

Frequently Asked Questions

Is it possible to do recreation and adventure in Nepal?
Yes, it is.
Is it only exploring the Himalayas are an adventure in Nepal?
Not exactly. There are short and day-long adventures in Nepal such as bungee jumping, paragliding, zip flying, rafting, jungle safari, mountain flight, ultralight flight, Canoeing, Jungle walk, Tharu Culture show, Village walk, and some other.
Are there international airports in the Himalayan region in Nepal, so I don’t need to go to the city?
No, there is not. Currently, there is only on International Airport (KTM) in the capital city, Kathmandu. Two regional airports are under-construction as of mid of 2020. They are in Pokhara and Bhairahawa – nearby Lumbini, the birthplace of Lord Buddha. Depending on your arrival you may not need to spend overnight in the capital city.
What is the focus of the cultural tour in Nepal?
Nepal is a multicultural country. Tourists will see the replica of those multicultural on different touristic sites, ancient architecture, and life phenomena.
Is it worth to visit Monuments in Kathmandu?
Nepal is a multicultural country. Tourists will see the replica of those multicultural on different touristic sites, ancient architecture, and life phenomena.
Please specify the trek grade in the mountains?
Yes, there are several world Heritage Sites in Kathmandu which are worth to visit.
Please specify the type of trek?
It is a complete strenuous trek that requires a great deal of Physical fitness.
What are the major attractions of this trek?
Lush green forest, Gurung Culture, Snow Glaciers, arid and non-humid climate, etc are major attractions of this trip.

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