Kathmandu Pokhara Jomsom Chitwan Janakpur Nagarkot Tour Package - 11 N 12 D – Tribhuvan International Airport (TIA) or Kathmandu Bus Terminus (Kalanki) - Kathmandu (03 Nights) – Pokhara (03 Nights) - Jomsom (01 Night) - Chitwan (02 Nights) - Janakpur (01 Night) - Nagarkot (01 Night) - Tribhuvan International Airport (TIA) or Kathmandu Bus Terminus (Kalanki)
Day - 01 – Arrival transfer from Tribhuvan International Airport (TIA) or Kathmandu Bus Terminus (Kalanki) and Transfer to Hotel at Kathmandu – Our representative or Vehicle will be there to receive the guest at TIA airport – Kathmandu is a pupil-dilating experience, a riot of sights, sounds and smells that can quickly lead to sensory overload - Whether you’re barrelling through the traffic-jammed alleyways of the old town in a rickshaw, marvelling at the medieval temples or dodging trekking touts in the backpacker district of Thamel, Kathmandu can be an intoxicating, amazing and exhausting place - At an height of 1400 meters / 4600 feet Kathmandu is the Capital of Nepal - Most of Kathmandu's people follow Hinduism and many others follow Buddhism - Nepali is the most commonly spoken language - English is understood & spoken by educated & professional residents – Guests will be received at TIA airport by our represenrtative or Driver - Transfer to hotel - Hotel check in – Evening free for own activities - Overnight stay at Kathmandu
Day – 02 – Kathmandu local sightseeing – Breakfast - After breakfast full day sightseeing of Kathmandu - Pashupatinath Temple - Nearly 05 kilometer east of Kathmandu city centre - Pashupati Nath Temple is one of the most important holiest sites for Hindus all over the world - Boudha Nath Stupa - 05 kilometres east of central Kathmandu - The stupa stands on a three – tiered platform raised over the crossed rectangles in order to bring the Yantra form – Swayambhunath Stupa – 04 kilometres west of Kathmandu city on a little hillock & Patan Durbar Square - Nearly 05 Kilmeters south of central Kathmandu, across the Bagmati river - This city founded in 3rd century A. D. by King Veera Dev - The monuments in this square date back to the medieval Malla period from 16th to 18th century - Back to hotel or drop to market - back to hotel from market own - Overnight stay at Kathmandu.
Day – 03 – Transfer to Pokhara Via Manakamana Temple Darshan - Breakfast - After breakfast transfer to Pokhara approximately 200 kilometres takes 05 – 06 hours by road – On the way to Pokhara Manakamana Temple Darshan by Cable Car (Cable Car tickets own) – After darshan proceed to Pokhara –Pokhara ticks all the right boxes, with spectacular scenery, adventure activities, and accommodation and food choices galore - Whether you’ve returned from a three-week trek or endured a bus trip from hell, Lakeside Pokhara is the perfect place to recharge your batteries - The scene is a chilled-out version of Kathmandu's Thamel neighbourhood, stretching along the shore of a tranquil lake with bobbing paddle boats. From the lake, and possibly even from your hotel bed, you can enjoy a clear view of the snow-capped mountains, just 20 or so kilometres away- Hotel check in Pokhara – Overnight stay at Pokhara
Day – 04 - Early morning excursion Sunrise tour to Sarangkot – Full day local sightseeing Pokhara – Sarangkot - Early in the morning 04 – 04.30 AM departure from hotel - drive up Sarangkot hill & few minute walk to observe a stunning view of Sunrise over snow caped mount Fish Tail & mount Annapurna range (About 02 hours) - Breakfast - Full day Pokhara sightseeing – Davi’s Falls, Gupteshwor Mahadev temple cave, Goddess Bindyabashani Temple, Seti river gorge & Tal Varahi Temple, International Mountain Museum, Old Bazar, Bat Cave, Gurkha Museum, Boating at Phewa Lake (Optional or Own Expense) - Evening free for own activities - Overnight stay at Pokhara
Day – 05 - Transfer to Jomsom - Early Breakfast – Transfer to Jomsom by road – Full day drive – Evening reach Jomsom – At an height of 2754 meters / 9000 feet lies the western region of Nepal - Jomsom also known as Dzong-Sampa or New Fort, is a town located at an altitude of about 2700 meters in Mustang Distric of Nepal - It extends over both the banks of the Kali Gandaki River - Along the banks of Kali Gandaki river, we can find the black rocks or stone which is called shaligram in the Hindu culture and take it as the form of God Vishnu - This type of stone is only found in this Kali Gandaki River but people are unknown about it so, it is holy to the Hindus - The soaring peaks of Dhaulagiri and Nilgiri form a backdrop - Evening Free - Night Stay in Jomson
Day – 06 - Excursion to Muktinath (Darshan) & Back to Pokhara - Early Breakfast – Next Muktinath Darshan - The temple and religious shrines of Muktinath (3800 meters) are the most important pilgrimage sites for Hindus and Buddhists in the Himalaya - Pilgrims have worn a path to here for centuries - Tibetan traders and sadhus (wandering Hindu holy men) from far away can be seen here - The township serving Muktinath is the adjacent village of Ranipauwa - dusty, overdeveloped and always busy with pilgrims coming and going - Transfer to Jomsom - Important depends on weather conditions – Month & Climate – January & February – Slightly Windy – March, April & May – Excellent – June, July & August – Slightly Warm / rainy – September, Ocober, November & December – Slightly cold & clear - Hotel check in Jomsom – Free for own activities – Overnight stay at Jomsom – Muktinath - Arrived Muktinath – Half an hour walk to Temple from Jeep stand – Darshan, Puja & Running Tap water Bath – Back to Pokhara - It is approximately 70 kilometres and is 08 - 10 hours drive – Overnight stay at Pokhara
Day – 07 - Transfer to Chitwan - Activities at Chitwan (Optional) -Breakfast - Transfer to Chitwan – Nearly 168 kilometres takes 04 – 05 hours – Chitwan National Park is one of the premier drawcards in Nepal - This World Heritage–listed reserve protects more than 932 square kilometres of forests, marshland and grassland containing sizeable animal populations, making it one of the best national parks for viewing wildlife in Asia - There is a daily admission fee that is normally bundled into the overall cost of a tour - Hotel check in Chitwan – Freshen up - Visit Tharu (Local) village tour(optional) - The village tour is famous for personal observation of the Tharu community & their culture – Museum (Optional) - The Museum is famous for study and observation of the Tharu community and their culture - The museum exhibits various equipments, utensils, dresses and daily items used by the Tharu people – Check into Hotel - Evening free to stroll around the area - Overnight stay at Chitwan
Day – 08 – Chitwan Activities (Optional) - Overnight stay at Chitwan: Breakfast – Canoe trip(optional) - Canoe ride along the Rapti River inside the Chitwan National Park gives a opportunity to take a close view of crocodiles and other wild animals at Chitwan National Park - One can spot one-horned rhinos, deer, monkeys and some of the more than 500 species of birds - Lucky ones can spot a leopard, wild elephant or sloth bear – Royal Bengal tiger that is the premier attraction– Jungle Walk – Elephant Bathing (Optional) - One can play with the Elephants and dive in the river from the back of elephant while it is bathing –Elephant back ride safari (Optional) - Elephant ride is also the safest way to enter the jungle while one can observe wild animals and birds from up Close - Check into Hotel - Evening free to stroll around the area – Overnight stay at Chitwan
Day – 09 – Transfer to Janakpur – local sightseeing – Overnight stay at Janakpur: Breakfast – Transfer to Janakpur - Janakpur - Janakpurdham, is one of the historical and religious cities of Nepal - It has a substantial tourism industry due to its significance in the Hindu religion and is home to the only operational railway in Nepal, historically called Mithilanchal, is the centre of the ancient Maithil Art & culture, which has its own language and script - The most important historical reference to Mithila/Janakpur is in the Hindu epic Ramayana, where Lord Rama's wife Sita (also called Janaki) is said to have been the princess of Videha - Her father, King Janak, found baby Sita in a furrow of a field and raised her as his daughter – Hotel check in – Janakpur local sightseeing Bhutnath Temple, Ganga Sagar (Pond), Dhanush Sagar (Pond), Sankat Mochan Temple & Nari Kala Kendra (Mithila Art & Culture Centre) - Check into Hotel - Evening free to stroll around the area - Overnight stay at Janakpur
Day – 10 – Local sightseeing Janakpur & Transfer to Nagarkot - Before breakfast visit Janaki Temple (Naulakha Mandir), Ram Mandir & Vivaha Mandap - Back to hotel – Breakfast – Hotel check out - Transfer to Nagarkot via B P Highway - The village is packed with hotels lining a ridge, affording one of the broadest possible views of the Himalaya, with eight ranges visible Annapurna, Manaslu, Ganesh Himal, Langtang, Jugal, Rolwaling, Everest and Numbur - However, timing & luck is everything, as the mountains are notorious for disappearing behind cloudy skies - The best viewing seasons depends on the date of travel – Breakfast - Located 32 kilometres east of Kathmandu, in Bhaktapur District - At an elevation of 2195 meters, it is one of the most scenic spots for its sunrise view & Sun set view of the including Mount Everest as well as other snow-capped peaks of the Himalayan range of eastern Nepal - Nagarkot also offers a panoramic view of the Kathmandu valley - Overnight stay at Nagarkot
Day – 11 – Transfer to Kathmandu with Bhaktapur Sightseeing - Early morning breakfast - Transfer to the third of the medieval city-states in the Kathmandu Valley - Bhaktapur was always described as the best preserved - Tragically, however, the 2015 earthquake caused terrible devastation - Nevertheless, only a few temples were destroyed, there is still much to see here and tourism is vital to the community - It is nearly 250 kilometres and is nearly 05 hours drive - Bhaktapur Durbar Square sightseeing - Bhaktapur Durbar Square - The City of devotees ‘Bhaktapur’ was founded by Anand Dev in 1197 A. D for 'Harey Krishna Harey Ram' . The existence of the city could be traced back to the Lichavi period (185 – 750 A.D.), according to the Gopal Raj Vamsabali - The present structures were erected from the 12th century to the 18th century. The Durbar square was the seat of the Malla kings located at around 12 Kilometres away from the Kathmandu city – Overnight stay at Kathmandu.
Day – 12 – Departure to Tribhuvan International Airport (TIA) or Kathmandu Bus Terminus (Kalanki) - Early Morning Breakfast - Next Depending upon the flight timings one can visit the nearby Mall or Thamel is Kathmandu's primary "traveller's ghetto" catering to tourists - Another neighbourhood of growing popularity is Jhamel - Jhochhen Tol, also known as Freak Street, is Kathmandu's original traveler's haunt, made popular by the hippies of the 1960s and 1970s; Asan is a bazaar and ceremonial square on the old trade route to Tibet?? - Next have to Check out from Hotel - Next prepare to drive nearly for an hour approximately 15 kilometres to Tribhuvan International Airport (TIA) - Depending upon the flight timings one can visit Thamel or some of the places of interest on the way on the way to Kathmandu airport – Forwarding journey