Grand Nepal Tour: Medieval Kathmandu and Scenic Pokhara

$373

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Tour Timeline

Brief Itinerary

Day 1 : Arrival in Kathmandu at Tribhuwan International Airport

Day 2 : Full day Sightseeing: historical cities of Nepal

Day 3 : Transfer to Pokhara and free in the evening at Lakeside

Day 4 : Full day Sightseeing of Pokhara city including Sarangkot sunrise view

Day 5 : Drive back to Kathmandu and free in the evening

Day 6 : Final departure

Trip Dossier

Day 1: Arrival Kathmandu at the Tribhuwan International Airport.

Our office representative will be at the airport awaiting your arrival with our office vehicle to pick you up and transfer you to your designated hotel.  After refreshing yourself, our tour executive will give you an orientation on your program. After this you are free to get familiar with your surroundings, this will help you to localize. Have supper and then get set for your first overnight in the valley of temples.

Day 2: Full day sightseeing tour of 3 historical cities of Nepal 

AM: After an early breakfast, we set out on a guided tour to the primary historical spots in Kathmandu. We will tour symbolic monuments, temples, monasteries, palaces and UNESCO World Heritage Sites that include: Boudhanath, and the temples of Pashupatinath. As we stroll along the exotic locales of Kathmandu, more diversified cultural settings in the valley welcome us with warm hospitality. At Boudhanath, we get dep insights into Buddhism. This may invoke your spiritual senses.
 
PM: We next cruise down a scenic highway to medieval Bhaktapur. Spread over an area of 6.88 sq km, 12 km south-east of Kathmandu, Bhaktapur or Bhadgaon showcases the grandeur of the Golden Age of Nepali art and architecture. Built by King Anand Dev Malla in the 9th century, te city was declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1979. It has become a model for heritage conservation since then.

At the Bhaktapur Durbar Square, we will experience fine examples of sculpture, woodcarving and pagodas dedicated to different gods and goddesses – a delightful attraction are the erotic statues of the gods in the act of Kama Sutra at Nyatapol & Dattaraya Temples, Golden Gate and the Palace of 55 windows etc. at dusk, we get ready to proceed to our hotel for an overnight.

Day 3: Transfer to Pokhara and free in the evening at Lakeside

After a hearty breakfast; we board our tourist coach at 7 am in the morning and proceed towards Pokhara, which is 200 km away from Kathmandu. On reaching Pokhara, we check in to our designated hotel, refresh, and get familiar with our surroundings. We then head down to the lovely Begnas Lake which is just about an hour’s drive; this is a literal post card destination. We get away from the swarms of tourists and take a boat out by ourselves and watch the locals fishing. This is a truly beautiful lake – quiet, calm and peaceful, well worth a visit. Pokhara is sure to have you mesmerized. We return back to our hotel and an overnight in the city of lakes.

Day 4: Full day Sightseeing of Pokhara city including Sarangkot sunrise view

After a couple of cuppers, we get set for an early morning trip to the popular vantage point of Sarangkot for a stunning sunrise view of the Annapurna range and the much revered Machhapuchare [Fishtail] peak; its an astounding experience to see the red maroon glows that falls on the mountain ranges and the gleaming rays of the sun slashing through the gaps of the mountains with birds flying across the early morning skies; we softly whisper our praises to God and thank him for this beauty and his blessings. We then return to our hotel for breakfast and get set for a guided tour where we explore the deep-seated mysteries of intriguing caves like the Mahendra Gupha which further arouses our adventure spirit. We will then be guided to other sightseeing places in Pokhara like David’s fall, the deep gorge of the Seti River and the interesting Tibetan refugee camp. We also do some boating on the charming Phewa Lake and also visit the Barahi temple set in the centre of the lake. This will also include feeding the pigeons that heartily look forward to this. After this, we return back to our hotel, refresh and go for a stroll down the lakeside. Overnight down by the lakeside.
 
Day 5: Drive back to Kathmandu and free in the evening

After enjoying breakfast, we head back to Kathmandu the same way we came, by surface, or we can take the option of a 30 minute flight. On reaching Kathmandu, our day is free to do as we wish. We could probably chill out with some beers or do some last minute shopping for the loved ones at home. We can also send a few postcards home and tell the folks about the good times we experienced. There are a whole lot of things we can do; the choice is yours. Overnight at your hotel.

Day 6: Final departure transfer to airport for home sweet home farewell friends!

Should you require any extensive activities, please do let us know. we have a vast array of different programs that will even interest the discerning traveler, our ‘No frills’ prices will certainly not hurt your pockets. ‘Incentive Holidays’ has taken much pleasure in organizing your holidays and knowing you has been a great honour for us. Thank you for visiting our amazing country Nepal. We do hope we will meet sometime again in the future. Bon Voyage!  And take care.

Trip Information

Accommodation

Your accommodation in Kathmandu will be made in 3-4-5* star hotels of your choice. All hotel rates are based on BB unless otherwise stated. Accommodations in the valley are comfortable and as close as it gets to home. Accommodations in Pokhara are just as good as anywhere else. The options are many for your hotel stay…the choice exclusively yours.

Dining

The choices is a delicatessen’s delight in the valley for visitors with vibrant taste buds. You will find cuisines from almost every corner of the planet in this ancient city. The hotels and restaurants down by the lakeside can give you a digestive treat equal to any other place in the world. Some of the best meals and the most tasty pies can be found anywhere around by the lake. Most tourists’ based hotels and resorts are sensitive to the hygienic requirements in the preparation of all food and beverage items when catering to tourists’ visiting Nepal

Cost Inclusion/Exclusion

Cost Inclusion

  • 3N Hotel Accommodation  @ Kathmandu with Breakfast plan in twin sharing basis
  • 2N Hotel Accommodation  @ Pokhara with Breakfast plan in twin sharing basis
  • Arrival & Departure International Airport
  • Sightseeing as specified in the itinerary
  • Transportation in A/C Private vehicles as specified in the itinerary
  • Entrance Fee as specified in the itinerary
  • Driver cum guide below 4 PAX

 

Cost Exclusion

  • Lunch and  Dinner
  • Drinks and bar menu
  • Telephone & laundry
  • Personal expenses
  • Nepal Visa Fee 
  • Any accidental and emergency support (if any)
  • Driver and guide tips
  • Emergency evacuation
  • Domestic and International Air Tickets
  • Extra activities other than above itinerary

 

Best Time To Visit Nepal

If you come to Nepal and have a flexible schedule, then take the time to visit these places.  Nepal always has something to offer its guests.  During the peak season (October to December) and (mid of February to May), the stunning panorama of the Himalayas is at its crisp-beautiful-best, but there is really no season in which Nepal is not a beautiful or pleasant place to visit.  

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