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Enchanting Nepal Tour

Enchanting Nepal Tour

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3 Night 4 Days
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Kathmandu in Nepal
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Enchanting Nepal Tour

Nepal is a country that will give you an incredible vacation experience with its incredible architecture and royal beauty without any Visa. (only if you’re an Indian) To experience a splendid vacation amidst the royalty and rich heritage of the city, this 3 nights/4 days Nepal tour is the best chance for you to explore the country.

This tour is specially designed for travellers to have a memorable experience in just 4 days. The tour will take you on an adventurous wagon starting from Kathmandu, the capital city. While in the city you will get the chance to get a close outlook on the famous shrines of Pashupatinath and the Boudhanath temple. Apart from the heritage shrines, this city also has an area for Tibetan refugees where you can bargain for some authentic Tibetan carpets. Another heritage sight of this country is the Swayambhunath temple, a 5th-century shrine that is a beautiful place to enjoy. Alongside all the heritage sights, Nepal is sheltered by the gigantic peaks of Mt. Everest which can be seen from a distance. The tour doesn’t end here as you witness the craft heritage of Nepal in pottery and weaving. Nepal is also the land of architectural wonders like the Palace of fifty-five windows, the Golden Gate and the magnificent five-storied pagoda-style Nyatapola Temple.

Stay Plan

Kathmandu (2) Nagarkot (1)

3 Night 4 Days

Hotel Details

Aryatara Kathmandu Hotel or Similar

What's Itinerary

Day 1 –  Welcome to Kathmandu!

Upon your arrival at the airport, you will meet our office personnel in Kathmandu. Later you will be transferred to the hotel. You can spend the day in complete leisure in the hotel and later enjoy a comfortable overnight stay at the hotel.

About Kathmandu:

Kathmandu is the capital of Nepal and the Kathmandu Valley is the political and cultural heart of the Kingdom.The urban sprawl of two cities, Patan and Kathmandu makes up the modern Kathmandu.

Day 2 -Explore the wonders of Nepal

This morning you will be taken for a visit to the Hindu culture in Nepal, Pashupatinath after having breakfast.This is the place where holy sadhus pray and  perform cremations on the banks of the Bagmati River. We will then continue towards Boudhanath which is the holiest shrine of the Buddhist culture in Nepal. With its large stupa, this is the place where all devout Buddhists come for a pilgrimage. After completion of these two spots, you will be taken for a visit to Patan.

Also known as Lalitpur , the city of beauty is separated from Kathmandu only by the Bagmati River and is the second largest town in the valley. Within the city also lies the Tibetan refugee center, home to most of the valley’s Tibetan population. While technically refugees, the Tibetans are some of the wealthiest people in the valley because of the carpet industry they operate. For those looking to bring home a fine Tibetan carpet, this is the place to shop. Before the end you will head to Swayambhunath temple, which is the last attraction for the day. Later you will return to the hotel for an overnight stay.

Day 3 – Drive to Nagarkot

Today after a scrumptious meal of breakfast, we will start our drive towards Nagarkot which is situated 32 kilometers, 1.5 hrs drive east of Kathmandu at an altitude of 2,175 meters.The panoramic view of the major peaks including Mt. Everest can be seen from here. This place is also famous for viewing sunrise and sunset. On the way to Nagarkot at 17 km stop for Bhaktapur. Later you will explore the architectural wonders in Nepal and head towards the hotel for an overnight stay.

Day 4 – Departure

Today after breakfast you will check-out from the hotel and drive straight to the airport which is 1.5 hours drive approx to board flight for onward journey as your tour ends.

What's included

  • All arrival and departure transfer
  • All Sightseeing as per Program
  • Nagarkot Excursion
  • Accommodation
  • All applicable taxes.

What's Excluded

  • Personal expenses
  • insurance
  • Entrance fee
  • Lunch and Dinner
  • Any other items which are not listed in cost include section


What is the best time to go for a trek to the Everest Base Camp?

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.

Do the local Nepalese folk speak in English?

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.

Is Nepal a safe country to travel to?

Simply go through Nepal travel packages and zero in on the suitable one because Nepal is a safe and a tourist-friendly country for both backpackers and those travelling with their families. A country with low-crime rate, you can easily wander around Nepal, trek its mountains and explore its medieval city,Bhaktapur, and 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 majority of its trekking circuits are open again to mountaineers and trekkers. But be wary of pickpockets and its better to take a local guide with you when you are going into the mountains or are travelling to remote regions.

What should I pack for a holiday to Nepal?

Though this would largely depend on the season in which you are travelling, but 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 the hikes your Nepal trip will entail, a suitcase should have light to medium-weight comfortable cotton clothes, a jacket, woolen cap, sweaters, walking shoes and woollen socks. The 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.

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