from USD2,820 pp sharing


15 days

Travel Type

Small Group Tour (Hosted)

Service Level

4+ Star, Teahouses on trek

Travel Style

Classic Heritage & Adventure

Physical Rating

Walking fit

Nepal offers you adventure, untamed nature, a myriad of wildlife, culture, religion, and much more. For the culture seekers and history buffs, the Kathmandu Valley, home to the country’s capital city, at the junction of Asia's ancient civilizations, is host to seven World Heritage Sites, temples, shrines, and monuments over two thousand years old. 

This itinerary features:

Kathmandu | Pokhara | Trekking | Chitwan | Kathmandu

Tour Highlights


Patan Durbar Square: Acclaimed as one of the finest streetscapes in the world. A UNESCO World Heritage Sites, it echoes a slower time, with old men in traditional caps playing cards on wood and brick plinths.

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Pokhara is one of the most popular tourist destinations in Nepal and the best spot to see the Himalayan range and lakes. Pokhara is also famous for boating, trekking, rafting and extreme sports like rafting, canoeing and bungee jumping.

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Boudhanath Stupa is Kathmandu's thriving Buddhist enclave and a UNESCO World Heritage site. Built in the 5th century AD, this colossal and ancient Stupa is one of the biggest in the world and has all the seeing eyes of Lord Buddha in four cardinal directions, keeping the eternal watch over the people and their doings. This spherical Stupa is held in great veneration both by the Lamas of Nepal and Tibet.

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Patan Durbar Square: Acclaimed as one of the finest streetscapes in the world. A UNESCO World Heritage Sites, it echoes a slower time, with old men in traditional caps playing cards on wood and brick plinths.

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Fully Inclusive

Local English speaking guide services as per the itinerary for 2 -3 pax during sightseeing. 01 time entrance fee to all monuments as per the itinerary


14 nights based on per person sharing basis

Meals Included

As specified on itinerary


All transportation by air conditioned car


All applicable Government taxes on the date


Bottled water and wet tissue throughout in the vehicle  


Authentic Nepali dinner with a cultural show on day 02

Day rafting followed by lunch at Trishuli river

Trekking to chumdi with Sherpa, Porter and local guide

Annapurna Conservation Fee + TIMS Fee

Trekking to Panchase Bhanjyang with Sherpa, Porter and local guide

Trekking to Danda with Sherpa, Porter and local guide

Trekking to Naudanda with Sherpa, Porter and local guide

20 Minute foot massage at Tranquility Spa in Pokhara

Dinner with a local family in Bandipur

Poolside dinner and cultural dance in Chitwan

Full-day Jungle activities like Canoeing, Jeep Safari, Village Walk

Pottery making experience in Bhaktapur

02 Hour coffee experience in Thamel

Visit of Get paper Industry followed by lunch with Staff in Bansbari


Day 01 - Arrive Kathmandu (B/D)

Day 02 - Kathmandu (B/L/D)

Day 03 - Kathmandu - Pokhara (B/L)

Day 04 - Pokhara - Bhumdi (B/L/D)

Day 05 - Bhumdi - Panchase Bhanjyang (B/L/D)

Day 06 - Panchase Bhanjyang - Bhadaure (B/L/D)

Day 07 - Bhadaure - Pokhara (B/D)

Day 08 - Pokhara - Bandipur (B/D)

Day 09 - Bandipur - Chitwan (B/L/D)

Day 10 - Chitwan (B/L/D)

Day 11 - Chitwan - Bhaktapur (Kathmandu) (B)

Day 12 - Bhaktapur (Kathmandu) (B/L/D)

Day 13 - Bhaktapur (Kathmandu) (B/L)

Day 14 - Bhaktapur (Kathmandu) (B/L/D)

Day 15 - Kathmandu Departure (B/L)

Authentic Experiences


Nepal is a country of rivers and excessive mountains, and it is excellent for rafting. Trishuli River Rafting is most famous and popular for rafting in Nepal.


Surrounded by picturesque landscape, full of sudden thresholds, it is considered to be a level 3 for river rafting.


Trishuli River rafting is great for short river journeys, without the challenge of big rapids.


The Tharu community reside along the entire length of the Terai plains of Nepal but Chitwan is especially popular for their traditional culture. 

For centuries, the Tharu have lived very closed to this protected area and hence their tradition reflects their intimate relationship with the natural world.

Experience the uniquely placed culture of the Tharu people relish what their culture is like.


Pashupatinath is the most important temple dedicated to lord Shiva. Every year this temple attracts hundreds of elderly followers of Hinduism.

They arrive here to find shelter for the last several weeks of their lives, to meet death, be cremated on the banks of the river and travel their last journey with the waters of the sacred river Bagmati, which later meets the holy river Ganges.