6 nights 7 days tour

Embark on an exhilarating “7 Days 6 Nights” Kathmandu, Pokhara, and Chitwan tour program, offering a perfect blend of cultural exploration and wildlife adventure. Begin your journey in Kathmandu, where you’ll immerse yourself in spirituality at the revered Swayambhunath Temple, Boudhanath Stupa, and Pashupatinath Temple. Discover the ancient heritage of the Kathmandu Valley with visits to Kathmandu Durbar Square, Patan Durbar Square, and Bhaktapur Durbar Square, each adorned with exquisite architecture and historical significance. Next, head to Pokhara, renowned for its serene lakes and stunning mountain views. Explore Phewa Lake, visit the Bindhyabasini Temple, and soak in the tranquility of the surrounding landscapes. Conclude your journey in Chitwan, where you’ll embark on thrilling wildlife safaris in search of endangered species such as rhinos and Bengal tigers, and experience the unique culture of the Tharu community. This comprehensive tour promises an unforgettable adventure through the diverse landscapes and cultural gems of Nepal.

Day – 01 – Kathmandu Arrival and Transfer to Hotel 

Arriving in Kathmandu on a clear day is an exhilarating experience, as the breathtaking views of snow-capped mountain peaks sprawling below evoke a sense of awe and wonder, setting the stage for a series of unforgettable experiences that will be cherished for years to come. Upon arrival, a representative and driver from our office will be waiting at the airport to warmly greet our guests and provide assistance in escorting them to their designated hotel or resort. The representative will ensure a smooth check-in process and provide a briefing about the daily activities planned for their stay. Guests will have the opportunity to explore the local area and immerse themselves in the vibrant culture of Kathmandu before retiring for a comfortable night’s stay at the hotel.

Day – 02 – Sightseeing around Kathmandu

The day begins with an early morning breakfast before embarking on a sightseeing tour of several major attractions in Kathmandu. Guests will visit Swoyambhunath, a nearly 2500-year-old site believed to have been settled by the Radiant Lotus when the valley was drained by Manjushri, the god of Wisdom. Next, they’ll explore Boudhanath, home to the world’s largest stupa representing Tibetan Buddhist culture, and the sacred Pashupatinath temple situated along the Bagmati River, revered as the holiest temple for Hindus dedicated to Lord Shiva and serving as a site for Hindu cremation rites (Please note: Non-Hindus are not allowed inside Pashupatinath temple). In the afternoon, the tour continues with visits to Kathmandu Durbar Square, Hanuman Dhoka, Mahadev and Parvati Temple, Machhender Bahl, and the Temple House of Kumari, the living goddess. Additionally, guests will explore Bhaktapur City, a UNESCO World Heritage Site known for its ancient charm and medieval devotion. The evening is free for leisurely strolls around local bazaars before returning to the hotel or resort in Kathmandu for the night.

Day – 03 – Drive Kathmandu to Chitwan 5-6 hrs drive

Following an early morning breakfast, guests will embark on a scenic drive covering nearly 175 kilometers, taking approximately 5 to 6 hours, to reach Chitwan. Nestled in the Terai plains, Chitwan offers a serene retreat for jungle and nature enthusiasts alike. With a rich history of conservation, Chitwan was once the royal hunting grounds for the Kings and dignitaries of Nepal. In the late nineteenth and early to mid-twentieth century, it became a favored destination for big game safari hunters. Today, Chitwan National Park awaits guests with opportunities for jungle observation, with the highlight being an Elephant Safari in the jungles, typically scheduled for the evening depending on the arrival time of the guests at the resort. Following the Elephant ride, guests can opt to enjoy a slide show or Tharu Folk Dance. The evening is free for a village walk and to witness the enchanting sunset views. Guests will spend the night at a hotel in Chitwan, immersed in the natural beauty of the jungle surroundings.

Day – 04 – Drive Chitwan to Pokhara 4-5 hrs drive

If the Elephant Safari was missed the previous evening, guests have the opportunity to enjoy it early in the morning. Following the safari or breakfast if it was not missed, guests will then drive to Pokhara, a distance of 165 kilometers which takes nearly 5 hours from Chitwan. Pokhara, situated at an elevation of 900 meters, is the largest valley in Nepal. The journey to Pokhara offers a scenic mountain drive, although a half-hour picturesque flight is also an option to reach this valley. Pokhara is renowned for its lakes and stunning views of the magnificent Himalayan Peaks. There are various attractions in Pokhara including the Old Bazaar, Bindhayabasini Temple, Seti George, a Buddhist monastery, Pokhara Regional Museum displaying traditional artifacts of western Nepal, Devi’s Fall, Gupteshwor Cave, the Tibetan Refugee Camp, and the Barahi Temple located in the central part of Fewa Lake, among others. Upon arrival in Pokhara, guests will check into their hotel and have the evening free to explore the area at their leisure. The night will be spent in Pokhara, allowing guests to soak in the beauty of this picturesque valley.

Day – 05 – Pokhara Sightseeing

The sightseeing itinerary has been thoughtfully curated, recognizing that visiting all the places in one day may not be feasible. Included in the itinerary are visits to the Old Bazaar of Pokhara city, Bindhayabasini Temple, Seti George, a Buddhist monastery, Pokhara Regional Museum, Devi’s Fall, Gupteshwor Cave, the Tibetan Refugee Camp, Barahi Temple, Sarankot, Peace Stupa, and a boating excursion at Fewa Lake. Of particular interest is the Tal Barahi Temple, situated in the middle of Fewa Lake, accessible by a short boat ride of less than 10 minutes. The serene atmosphere and verdant forest surrounding the lake’s south end add to its charm, offering a tranquil escape. Visitors can also witness major celebrations during the Dashain festivals and explore numerous Hindu and Buddhist temples, as well as other points of interest such as lakes, museums, caves, and the Seti Gorge. The evening is free for guests to leisurely stroll around the area before retiring for the night in Pokhara.

Day – 06 – Drive Pokhara to Kathmanu, Nearly 200 kilometres – 7 – 8 hours drive

Day – 07 – Final departure 

Depending on the flight timings, guests have the flexibility to visit Thamel or other places of interest on the way to Kathmandu airport. This provides an opportunity for some last-minute exploration or shopping before departing. Whether it’s a quick stop at a local market, a visit to a historical site, or a leisurely stroll through the streets of Kathmandu, guests can make the most of their time before their onward journey. Once ready, they will continue their forwarding journey to Kathmandu airport, concluding their memorable trip to Nepal.

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6 nights 7 days tour

  • Destinations
    • Bhutan
    • India
    • Nepal
    • Tibet
  • Adventure Sports
    • Jungle Safari in Nepal
    • Rafting in Nepal
  • Trekking
    • Annapurna Round Trek
    • Dolpo Trek
    • Everest Base Camp Trek
    • Langtang Trek
    • Makalu Base Camp Trek
    • Manaslu Round Trek
    • Mustang Trek
    • Rolwaling Valley Trek
    • Simikot Trek
  • Expeditions
  • Extra Activities
  • Peak Climbing