5 Night 6 Days
Kathmandu in Nepal
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Chitwan is located in the southwestern part of Province No.3 with Bharatpur which is the fourth largest city of Nepal. Here, you can enjoy the sprawling views of the dense jungle and participate in different activities including jungle walking trails, elephant safari, jeep safari, bird watching, etc. The area is also known for its delectable local cuisine which includes tags and bhuja which is spicy goat meat served with puffed grains. Nepal Honeymoon Tour: The Romantic Rendezvous is a Nepal tour package that will whisk you away from reality and into the dreamy land of Nepali mountains for six days and five nights. The tour covers three distinct destinations is ideal for those couples who do not like to spend much time indoors. This activity-packed honeymoon tour takes off from the first day itself. On the first day, you arrive at the national capital of Kathmandu and visit famous places of Hindu and Buddhist worship. It gives you a glimpse of the local architecture and belief system along with giving you excellent opportunities for photography. After your first day in Kathmandu, you will travel to Pokhara. The road trip is an eventful one and you can stop over at Manakamana Temple. At the temple, you can offer prayers and partake in river rafting at the Trishuli River or enjoy a cable car ride. Pokhara in itself is filled with fun activities. You spend the next day exploring the city with wide mountain views in the backdrop and the famous Phewa Lake at the front. Pokhara also has excellent sunrise and sunset points, amazing waterfalls and trekking opportunities. The third stop in the itinerary is Chitwan. The jungles of Chitwan National Park offer an abundance of opportunities so that you can savor your last few days in Nepal.
Kathmandu (3) Chitwan (2)
5 Night 6 Days
Aryatara Kathmandu Hotel or Similar
Day 1 – Arrival at Kathmandu
Arrive at the Kathmandu airport and meet our local representatives waiting for you at the location. Enjoy comfortable pre-arranged transfers from the airport to our partner hotel in Kathmandu as you soak in the mountain scenery. Freshen up and relax for a while in your hotel room. Visit the popular Shiva Temple of Pashupatinath and experience the divine atmosphere as you witness the veneration services. Continue onwards to Boudhanath and marvel at its excellent architectural details and large stupa. Return to your hotel and retire for the night.
Day 2 – Kathmandu to Pokhara via Manakamana Temple
Wake up and enjoy a wholesome breakfast at your hotel. Start your journey from Kathmandu to Pokhara and halt at Manakamana Temple Enjoy river rafting at the Trishuli River or cable car riding at the temple (at your own cost) Arrive at Pokhara and enjoy the panoramic views from your hotel window as you get rid of the travel fatigue. After relaxation, head out into the town and go boating in the famous Phewa Lake (at your own cost). Enjoy dinner at a local eatery and sample Nepali cuisine (at your own cost). Return to your hotel and enjoy a peaceful stay.
Day 3 – Pokhara Sightseeing
Go for an excursion to Sarangkot which offers excellent views of the Pokhara Valley. You can also head out early to experience a fantastic sunrise. From Sarangkot, you can also spot Dhaulagiri and the Annapurna Range. Enjoy a scrumptious breakfast. Visit the Bindabasini Temple for its spiritual air and good vantage point for the Himalayas. Head into the local bazaar to sample street food, buy souvenirs and shop for other goods. Head 2 kilometres southwest of Pokhara towards Devi Falls which is a picturesque waterfall. Visit the Gupteshwar Cave which lies just opposite the Devi Falls and is famous for its limestone deposits which appear in the form of stalactites and stalagmites. After a day packed with sightseeing and different activities, return to your hotel and relax.
Day 4 – Drive to Chitwan (150 km/ 5 Hrs.)
his morning, after breakfast and checking out from the hotel, drive to Chitwan and transfer to the hotel on your arrival.
Day 5 – Jungle Activities in Chitwan and drive to Kathmandu
Enjoy a filling breakfast at your hotel in Chitwan before heading out. Take part in the different jungle activities offered by the Chitwan National Park. Enjoy an Elephant Safari ( at an additional cost) as you interact with the huge mammals. Follow the different nature trails with your partner. Spot different species of birds as you enjoy bird watching at the national park. Return to your hotel and enjoy a delicious lunch. After lunch, check out from your Chitwan hotel and head back to Kathmandu. Enjoy the scenic journey. Arrive at Kathmandu and check in to your Kathmandu hotel for a relaxing night in.
Day 6 – Last Day in Nepal
This morning, you will be taken for a visit to Patan, also known as Lalitpur. The central Durbar Square in Patan is dotted with many temples. Also lying within the city is the Tibetan refugee centre, where you can shop for fine Tibetan carpets. You will then proceed to Swayambhunath, one of the most sacred spots for Buddhists. Later, check out from the hotel and drive to the Kathmandu airport for your flight back to India, after an amazing trip to Nepal.
- Welcome drink on arrival
- Parking and Toll tax
- Meet & greet at arrival
- Pick and Drop at the time of arrival/departure
- Driver’s allowance, Road tax and Fuel charges
- Sightseeing by private car
- All tours and transfers by Personal Car are included
- Camera fee
- Alcoholic / Non- Alcoholic beverages
- Travel Insurance
- 5% GST
- Any Airfare / Train fare
- Expenses are caused by factors beyond our control like rail and flight delays, roadblocks, vehicle malfunctions, political disturbances etc.
- Tips, laundry & phone call
- Entrance fees to monuments and museum
- All personal expenses
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 the 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, 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.