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Region : Nepal
Trip Duration : 08 Days
Max Altitude : 1400m / 4593ft
Starts at : Kathmandu
Ends At : Kathmandu
Trip Grade : Easy
Meals : B|L|D on Tour, |B| in Kathmandu
Accommodation : Hotel
Transportation : Private Vehicle
Details

The Wanderlust of Nepal Tour visits three of Nepal’s most popular locations, each of which is well known for its distinctive landscape, history, culture, and treasures. Each of these locations stands for a distinct kind of appeal. The name “City of Temples” refers to Kathmandu, which is known for its many temples that represent human culture, traditions, and artifacts. The destination Chitwan National Park has made significant contributions to the conservation of wildlife. The tourist capital of Nepal is the lakeside city of Pokhara, A refuge for nature enthusiasts, with its mountain views, lakeside walks, paragliding, and bungee jumping. This journey serves as a comprehensive overview of Nepal, including its geography, forests, hills, history, culture, mountains, and, most importantly, its amazing people.

The trip starts out with a morning tour of the Swayambhunath stupa. The tourism hub of Nepal, Pokhara, is the second of our top three locations. Before continuing to the well-known Chitwan National Park, we explore the city of Pokhara, which is situated on the shores of a lake. Chitwan National Park was established in 1973 and eventually recognized as a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1984. It is both the largest and oldest national park in Nepal, covering 932 square kilometers in total. The Bengal tiger and one-horned rhinoceros are among the park’s endangered species, and it is known for its biodiversity and successful preservation efforts of these species. We take part in a variety of daring activities in the national park, and our excursion comes to a close with a breathtaking drive back to Kathmandu.

Trip Highlights
  • Comprehensive knowledge of Nepal's rich natural, cultural, and historical diversity
  • The Kathmandu Valley is home to seven UNESCO World Heritage sites that provide insight into Nepal's history and its diverse cultural and religious traditions.
  • Chitwan National Park offers up-close encounters with animals and local cultures.
  • The Pokhara Valley is a traveler's paradise with a unique blend of culture, abundant natural beauty, and adventure sports.
Itinerary

Day 1Arrival Day in Kathmandu (1400m / 4593ft)

On your arrival, you’ll be greeted by our Airport Representative. They’ll transfer you to your accommodation and brief you about the journey ahead.


Day 2Morning Sightseeing of Swayambhunath and Drive to Pokhara [~7 hours]

Early in the morning, visit Swyambhunath stupa and head onwards to Pokhara. As you travel, you’ll get to see a lot of lovely scenery, and when you get in Pokhara, you’ll be taken to your hotel. You may stroll through Pokhara’s Lakeside neighborhood.

 

Day 3Sunrise Excursion from Sarangkot, Sightseeing: Davis Fall, Gupteshwor Cave, Tibetan Refugee Camp, Peace Pagoda, Tal Barahi Temple with boating in Fewa Lake

Early morning we head to Saarangkot to watch beautiful sunrise rising through the mountians. After breakfast, we do full day (technically 6-8 hours) of sightseeing at Pokhara. Visit most famous destinations Tibetan Refugee Camp, Davis Fall, Peace Pagoda, Gupteshwor Cave, and Tal Barahi Temple with boating in Fewa Lake during the day time.

Day 4 & 5 Drive to Chitwan National Park, Activities in the Resort

Early morning, we start our journey with a spectacular drive to Chitwan. In the late afternoon we do half day jungle safari where we encounter many endangered species and other wildlifes. On the second day as well, we engage in many jungle activities. Jungle walks, Elephant Breeding Center, Village Walks, Tharu Community Visit and cultural dances will be the major highlights of the day.


Day 6Drive to Kathmandu [~6 hours], Sightseeing: Kathmandu Durbar Square

Today, we take a stunning route back to Kathmandu through the riverbanks. After being escorted to a charming hotel, you can spend the evening shopping for trinkets. We meet in the late afternoon for a short visit of Kathmandu Durbar Square. This wonderful journey comes to an end today, and tomorrow you’ll be returning to your home.


Day 7Sightseeing: Patan Durbar Square, Baudhanath Stupa, Pashupatinath Temple, and Bhaktapur Durbar Square; Farewell Dinner in the evening

After breakfast, we’ll go on to a brief tour of Kathmandu’s most significant UNESCO-listed world heritage sites; Patan Durbar Square, Pashupatinath Temple, Baudhanath Stupa, and Bhaktapur Durbar Square. Overnight in Kathmandu.

Day 08Final Departure

At last the trip comes to an end. We’ll drop you at the airport 3 hours prior to your flight. Hope the journey was fruitful and you’ve created the memories of a lifetime. We’ll meet up when you return to this quaint, stunning, and wonder-filled nation. Farewell.

Include / Excludes

Price Includes

  • Airport pick-up and drop
  • 3 nights accommodation at a 4-star standard hotel in Kathmandu (Breakfast Included)
  • 2 nights accommodation at a 4-star standard hotel in Kathmandu (Breakfast Included)
  • 2 nights accommodation at a 4-star standard resort in Chitwan with full-board of meals (2 cycles of breakfast, lunch and dinner)
  • All safari and cultural activities in Chitwan as per the package itinerary (Jeep safari inside Chitwan National Park, Guided Village tour, Canoe Ride in Rapti River, Visit to Crocodile Conservation Center or Elephant Breeding Center, Bird Watching, Tharu Cultural show)
  • Applicable National Park Fees and a Naturalist/Tour guide for the above activities in Chitwan
  • Government Licensed, highly experienced, English-speaking tour guide for the entire trip all expenses covered (salary, insurance and expenses))
  • Private Air-conditioned car with a friendly, professional driver for all ground transport during the entire trip
  • Monument entrance fees for all sites mentioned in the itinerary
  • All applicable government taxes, charges and relevant paperwork

Complimentaries

  • Welcome Dinner at an authentic cultural Nepali restaurant with live cultural show (Day 01)
  • Farewell dinner in a fine restaurant in Kathmandu

Price Excludes

  • Nepal Visa and International airfare
  • Travel Insurance (mandatory) - must cover ambulance, medical expenses, and Trip Cancellation charges
  • Meals in Kathmandu except for breakfast, welcome and farewell dinner
  • Personal equipment and other expenses such as beverages, confectionaries, laundries, extra meals, extra trips, accommodations, etc.
  • Tips to your guide, porters, driver and other field staff as a token of appreciation
  • Any other expenses or charges not mentioned in the “Trip Includes” list
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FAQs

Why tour Nepal?

Nepal is a small country on the global map, but packs numerous dimensions, calling for a thorough exploration. In a country with over 140 ethnicities and more than 120 dialects, the culture is a varied mix. Furthermore, Nepal celebrates a variety of vibrant festivals all year long. Chances are, during your length of stay at any time of the year, you may encounter a Nepali festival. Moreover, ancient temples, monasteries, and palaces intrigue visitors with a taste of the nation’s rich cultural legacy. What’s more, national parks and wildlife reserves offer nature enthusiasts a chance to see endangered species while getting the raw feel of nature. All in all, Nepal is the perfect location for a varied and unforgettable trip experience due to the kind hospitality of the Nepalese people and the accessibility of travel.

When is the best time to tour Nepal?

Spring (February to May) and Autumn (October to December) are generally considered one of the best times to visit Nepal. Although you may tour the destinations in lower altitudes throughout the year, Spring (February to May) and Autumn (October to December) are the best times to trek in high altitudes as well. Nepal receives monsoon rain from June through September, which is not a great time to travel. Winter is very cold in the upper mountains with heavy snowfall which cause obstructions in the trekking routes.

 

Are any permits required for the monuments on the tour?

Yes, all UNESCO World Heritage sites in Nepal and almost all other places of attraction (museums, historical, cultural sites and others) require entrance permits. The entrance fees are generally collected before entrance at the gate. The package costs are generally inclusive of such fees unless mentioned otherwise.

 

Where can we get drinking water?

During the trek, we provide as much chlorinated water as you need. You may also refill your bottles at refreshment stops or at the hotel if you happen to carry chlorine tablets or other water purification options. You can also buy bottled water along the trail on most treks. A litre of bottled water ranges from USD 1 in shops and teahouses at lower elevations up to USD 4 in high-altitude teahouses.

 

How can I stay connected while trekking?

The nationwide expansion of mobile networks has made it possible to enjoy 4G and 3G networks in most parts of the trek up to moderate altitude. A sim card for NCell and NTC, the leading mobile telecommunications providers can easily be availed. Uninterrupted connection however is greatly affected by weather conditions and terrain. 

 

What happens if I get sick or injured?

If you fall sick or get injured despite precautions, our first-aid trained guides would be your first help. Depending upon the nature of the sickness or injury, you would either be immediately taken to the best nearest medical facility or evacuated by a rescue helicopter for special medical attention. We would require your insurance details to arrange for a rescue helicopter if you are injured in a remote area and in no condition to trek further.

 

Are solo female travelers safe in Nepal?

The safety of all our guests is our utmost priority. Nepal has been well-known as a safe destination and the Nepalese as friendly and welcoming people. We generally tour in small groups in the constant care and company of our experienced and expert guides. The places that we frequently utilize as our stops have been known to be reliable and safe over the years that we have been served. As such the safety of all travelers is ensured.

 

What type of insurance should I have?

Your insurance is mandatory and should cover emergency air ambulance and/or helicopter rescue services and all related medical expenses for injury, death, loss of baggage, theft and trip cancellation. You are required to send in your insurance details while booking the trip. For more information, please refer to Travel Insurance.

 

What sort of footwear is recommended?

A sturdy yet comfortable pair of walking boots with ankle support is recommended for trekking. Always pick a broken-in pair of boots over new ones to prevent blisters and other inconveniences while on the trek. The soles must be thick enough to protect your feet from sharp rocks and have a good tread for grip. If possible, opt for water-resistant boots that help keep your feet dry. Use woollen socks to keep your feet warm and do not forget to pack in extra pairs. A pair of crampons make walking on ice easy.

 

How much should I tip my guide and porter?

Tipping your guide and porter is not obligatory, but it has become a standard practice to tip your guide and porter in Nepal in appreciation of their care and service. Most of the guides and locals belong to communities in the trekking regions and even a small support can help them look after their families better. Although the tip amount depends upon your satisfaction and financial conditions, trekkers normally tip around 15% of the trip cost.

 

Do you have any extra charges for solo travelers?

Since our costs are calculated on the basis of a minimum of two persons, a single supplement charge would be applicable for a private solo traveler.

 

Do I get a refund for unutilized days of the tour?

If at all, the tour is not completed due to health and other reasons or completed before the designated date mentioned on the itinerary, no refund can be offered. Please be informed that we are not in a position to offer any refund as we are obliged to pay for our guides’ and driver’s efforts and time for the original entire trip duration, pre-booked services, and cover our administrative expenses.

 

What is your cancellation policy and other terms and conditions?

Please visit this page: Terms & Conditions or contact us to know more.

Customer Reviews

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Customer Reviews

44 reviews in TripAdvisorRecommended by 100% of travelers

star ratingTook great care of me from start to finish. Everyone so friendly, I never felt alone. Would join this company before any other.

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March 1, 2024

star ratingWalking Amongst Magnifecent Monster Mountains - I was guided on the Everest Base Camp trek by Jhalak. He is a highly experienced guide who pays attention to safety and shows patience, kindness and good humour. I... read more

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March 1, 2024

star ratingExperienced and friendly - Mr Jhalak is a very experienced guide who can spell all the names of the peaks. He knows almost more than half the people living along the EBC trekking. 😉

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February 23, 2024

star ratingThe best experience of Nepal - We have had the best time trekking with Jhalak! He is so kind, funny and knowledgeable. He was very considerate of our wellbeing and always checked in to see if... read more

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February 14, 2024

star ratingEverest Base Camp (EBC) - Amazing Trek, Amazing Guide - Jhalak ji was our guide on the EBC trek that we did in Sep, 2023. Jhalak ji is a great guide who is very experienced but still humble, helpful and... read more

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February 8, 2024

star ratingA safe EBC Trek with senior-citizen parents - Jhalak Ji was our guide for the EBC trek in Sep 2022. It was a family trek with my parents and fiance (now wife). My parents are both senior citizens... read more

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