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Discover Nepal 15 days

Trip Facts

Program Code: ATH-CT02 | Duration: 15 days | Program Type: Sightseeing tour | Mode of Travel: Land | Start Trip: Kathmandu | End Trip: Kathmandu | Program Grading: gradegrade
Discover Nepal 15 days

Trip Overview

Discover Nepal tour package offers an insight into its rich ancient cultures and world heritage sites with ethnic diversity. Explore the different places of Kathmandu city and other local cities make pleasures combine it with the simple pleasures of hiking through scenic countryside and the thrills of viewing the mighty Himalayan peaks from dose quarters. In this package tour there are places which lead through terraced hillsides, forested ridges, river banks, paddy fields; connecting picturesque hamlets and mountain villages. The most rewarding way to see Nepal and her people, their culture and rich heritage by walking or hiking like the traders or pilgrims. Outside the Kathmandu valley in Pokhara we will visit the major touristic areas like Phewa Lake, Mahendra Cave, Davi's Fall.

Outline Itinerary

Day 01 Arriving Kathmandu:
Day 02 - Kathmandu and it's around : Pashupatinath Temple/Patan:
Day 03 Kathmandu -Nagarkot:
Day 04 Nagarkot-Trisuli River:
Day 05 Trisuli River-Gorkha:
Day 06 Gorkha-Pokhara:
Day 07 Pokhara & it's around:
Day 08 Pokhara-Palpa Tansen, 7 hours route:
Day 09 Palpa Tansen-Lumbini: Approximately 3 hours drive.
Day 10 Lumbini-Bardia National Park : 6 hours
Day 11 Park Activities:
Day 12 Park Activities:
Day 13 Transfer to Nepalgunj and late afternoon flight to Kathmandu
Day 14 -Leisured in Kathmandu individually e.g. for shopping
Day 15 -Exit

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