4 Nights in Nepal with Kathmandu and Pokhara
4 Night 5 Days
Kathmandu in Nepal
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4 Nights in Nepal with Kathmandu and Pokhara
This holiday season, take a memorable tour of Nepal for an extraordinary experience. Visit Kathmandu, Pokhara and Lalitpur regions of this picturesque country, which offers the best of natural beauty along with a spiritual experience. From snow-capped mountain peaks, revered shrines, mesmerising cascades, and religious stupas to modern-day casinos and trekking opportunities, these destinations are perfect for all types of travellers.
Kathmandu (2) Pokhara (2)
4 Night 5 Days
Amadablam Hotel in Kathmandu or Similar
Day 1 – Arrive in Kathmandu
After you arrive at the airport in Kathmandu, you will be greeted by a Yatra representative, who will take you to the hotel. Kathmandu is the capital and the largest city in Nepal. It is also the cultural and political centre, with a blend of ancient traditions and modern technology.
Upon arrival at the hotel, check in and relax for a while.
Afternoon Visit Swayambhunath, the temple of the living Goddess and stroll through the old Durbar Square. The rest of the evening is free to enjoy exploring the markets, pubs and casinos on own.
Day 2 – Drive from Kathmandu to Pokhara
Soon after breakfast, check out from the hotel and drive to Pokhara. This town is the most preferred destination among adventure seekers. It is about 210 km from Kathmandu city and is located at a height of 2,352 feet above sea level. Situated in the scenic backdrop of the Annapurna range, it forms the base for various trekking expeditions.
The rest of the evening is free to enjoy the serenity and magnificence of the Himalayas or enjoy a leisurely walk around the serene Phewa Lake.
Day 3 – Half day Sightseeing in Pokhara
In the afternoon, proceed for a visit to the Bindhyabasini Mandir. This is one of the oldest temples in Pokhara, which was a part of the Kaski Kingdom. The main deity of this shrine is Goddess Bhagwati, a manifestation of Shakti. Besides the peaceful and tranquil environment around, the premises of the temple offers a breathtaking view of the Himalayas. It is located in the Old Bazaar area, which is the commercial hub of the town.
Later, heads towards Devi’s Fall, also known as Patale Chhango. It is a beautiful cascade, which is located on the Siddhartha Highway.
Another tourist attraction here is the Gupteshwar Mahadev Cave, situated opposite Devi’s Fall. This cave is popular for different natural forms of Lord Shiva, Goddess Parvati, naag, Lord Ganesha and mouse. Photography is strictly prohibited inside the cave.
Overnight at the hotel.
Day 4 – Drive from Pokhara to Kathmandu
Post breakfast, drive back to Kathmandu. Upon arrival, check in at the hotel and take some rest. As the day is free for leisure activities, you can either indulge in shopping or can visit the casinos to try your luck. Overnight at the hotel.
Day 5 – Sightseeing Of Pashupatinath & Boudhanath | Depart from Kathmandu airport
Today, after breakfast check out from Hotel. Enjoy a city tour of Kathmandu, visiting the temples of Pashupatinath, and Boudhanath. After completion of Sight Seeing bid farewell to the ‘Blissful Nepal’ tour as you are transferred to Kathmandu International Airport for your onward journey.
- 02 nights accommodation at respective Hotels in Kathmandu
- 02 nights accommodation at respective Hotels in Pokhara
- Meeting and assistance at the airport by our representative.
- Arrival / Departure transfer by a/c vehicle
- Daily Breakfast At Hotel
- 02 half day sightseeing tours in Kathmandu by A/c vehicle without a guide as follows :
- Surface transfer from Kathmandu/ Pokhara/Kathmandu by A/c vehicle.
- 01 half-day sightseeing of Pokhara city by A/c vehicle without a Guide.
- GST 5%
- Sightseeing except for the above mentioned places
- Guide for above sightseeing tours, if required then supplement cost will be INR 900.00 NETT per half day
- Any kind of insurance.
- Expenses of personal nature such as laundry bills, bar bills, telephone bills, tippings, and porterage at airports/hotels.
- Camera/video camera fees & museum fees (if any).
- Any other services which are not included in the above cost.
- Any Kind of Drink (Alcoholic, Mineral, Aerated)
- The services of Vehicles are not included on leisure days & after completing the sightseeing tour as per the itinerary.
- Lunch & dinner during their stay in Nepal.
- Monuments & Museum Entrance fees for the above sights are mentioned in the itinerary.
If you have been browsing Nepal packages for the best Everest Base Camp trek itinerary, then you should choose from the two significant trekking seasons. The pre-monsoon months of February, March, April and May and the post-monsoon months between late September and December are ideal for a trek to the Everest Base Camp and scaling Kala Phattar. Avoid the harsher months of January and February when the Himalayan winter is at its peak with the temperature plummeting to -30 degree Celsius making it extremely challenging to find your way through the snow-covered trail.
While the official language of Nepal is Nepali which has its roots in Sanskrit, most people in the city including your lodging staff, shopkeepers and cafe owners can converse in English. However, if you are travelling remotely into the mountains and staying in small villages, you will encounter an array of tongues which are various sub-dialects, but there is little chance that you can get around in English. When looking for Nepal tour packages, ensure you have an English-speaking guide in tow.
Simply go through Nepal travel packages and zero in on the suitable one because Nepal is a safe and tourist-friendly country for both backpackers and those travelling with their families. A country with a low crime rate, you can easily wander around Nepal, trek its mountains and explore its medieval city, Bhaktapur, Old Kathmandu and Thamel among other places even if you are a solo traveller. But keep a radar for a travel advisory if any on restrictions to travel to certain areas. Nepal has made a speedy recovery since the earthquake of 2015 and a majority of its trekking circuits are open again to mountaineers and trekkers. But be wary of pickpockets and it’s better to take a local guide with you when you are going into the mountains or are travelling to remote regions.
Though this would largely depend on the season in which you are travelling, Nepal in general is a cold country because it is the land of the Himalayas, and other than that a rather conservative society. You are advised to not pack anything too revealing, skimpy or short. For all the walks and hikes your Nepal trip will entail, a suitcase should have light to medium-weight comfortable cotton clothes, a jacket, a woollen cap, sweaters, walking shoes and woollen socks. Warm clothing is particularly necessary if you are visiting between October and February. Keep a scarf, a bandana or a woollen cap handy for gaining entry to religious shrines.