7 nights 8 days tour

Embark on an enriching “8 Days 7 Nights” Kathmandu, Pokhara, and Chitwan tour program, immersing yourself in the cultural wonders and natural beauty of Nepal. Begin your adventure in Kathmandu, exploring the spiritual sites of Swayambhunath Temple, Boudhanath Stupa, and Pashupatinath Temple, where ancient traditions and religious fervor come alive. Dive into the historical richness of the Kathmandu Valley with visits to Kathmandu Durbar Square, Patan Durbar Square, and Bhaktapur Durbar Square, marveling at intricate architecture and centuries-old monuments. Next, journey to Pokhara, where the serene Phewa Lake and the majestic Annapurna Range await. Enjoy boating on the lake, visit Bindhyabasini Temple, and hike to the Peace Pagoda for breathtaking panoramic views. Conclude your tour in Chitwan, where thrilling wildlife safaris in the lush jungles offer encounters with rare species like rhinos and Bengal tigers, alongside experiencing the vibrant culture of the indigenous Tharu community. This comprehensive itinerary promises an unforgettable exploration of Nepal’s diverse landscapes and cultural heritage.

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 wonder and excitement, setting the stage for a series of unforgettable experiences. 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 then 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 or resort.

Day – 02 – Sightseeing around Kathmandu

Early in the morning, guests will enjoy a hearty breakfast before embarking on a sightseeing tour of several major attractions in Kathmandu. This includes visits to Swayambhunath, a nearly 2500-year-old site with a fascinating legend surrounding its creation, and Boudhanath, home to the world’s largest stupa and an emblem of Tibetan Buddhist culture. The tour continues to Pashupatinath Temple, a sacred Hindu site dedicated to Lord Shiva, situated on the banks of the Bagmati River. Please note that non-Hindus are not allowed inside the temple. After exploring these sites, guests will enjoy lunch before heading to Patan in the afternoon. In Patan, also known as Lalitpur, guests will visit Patan Durbar Square, Mahaboudha Temple, Kumbeshwor Temple, Krishna Temple, Golden Temple, and other notable landmarks. Patan is renowned for its intricate architecture and artistic heritage, offering a glimpse into Nepal’s rich cultural history. In the evening, guests will take a flight to Chitwan, landing at Bharatpur airport, and then transferred to Sauraha. Upon arrival in Sauraha, guests will be transferred to their hotel where they will receive a short briefing about the activities planned for their stay. The evening will feature traditional Tharu cultural dances, providing guests with a delightful cultural experience. The night will be spent in Chitwan, where guests can unwind and prepare for the adventures ahead.

Day – 03 – Full day Jungle Safari in Chitwan National Park.

Today, you will have the opportunity to explore why the National Park holds such a vital role in safeguarding wildlife species that are facing rapid extinction. As you venture into the park, you are likely to encounter the majestic one-horned rhinoceros, along with other fascinating creatures such as egrets, woodpeckers, and deer, thriving in their natural habitat. This sanctuary is not only a refuge for rhinoceros but also provides a home for a diverse array of wildlife, including tigers, leopards, sloth bears, wild bison, and even the elusive gangetic dolphin. With over 500 species of birds, numerous butterflies, and the critically endangered Bengal florican, as well as other vulnerable species like the lesser adjutant and Grey-crowned Prinia, the park serves as a crucial sanctuary for biodiversity conservation. Additionally, it houses the near-extinct Gharials crocodiles, further emphasizing its importance in preserving endangered species and maintaining ecological balance.
Our Activities:-

  • Elephant Safari: Embark on a traditional elephant safari, providing a unique vantage point to observe the jungle’s inhabitants from above the high grass, offering the chance to spot various animals.
  • Colorful Tharu Village Visit: Immerse yourself in the rich culture and traditions of the Tharu people, who have lived alongside the jungle and wildlife for generations. Witness their unique way of life and their coexistence with wild animals.
  • Nature or Jungle Walk: Explore the jungle on foot, accompanied by our knowledgeable guides who can lead you to prime locations for birdwatching and wildlife spotting, including the chance to see elusive creatures like tigers and rhinos.
  • Elephant Bath: Experience the rejuvenating effects of an elephant bath in the Rapti River, believed to be beneficial for your health, while enjoying the company of these gentle giants.
  • Canoeing Trip: Set out on a serene canoeing trip along the scenic Rapti River, where you’ll encounter harmless Gharials and crocodiles basking on the riverbanks, as well as numerous aquatic birds.
  • Tharu Stick Dance: Be enthralled by the rhythmic and captivating Tharu Stick Dance, performed by men with drums and clashing sticks, showcasing traditional techniques used to ward off rhinos and other wild animals from the village.

Day – 04 – Drive Chitwan to Pokhara 4-5 hrs drive – 165 km 

If guests missed the elephant ride the previous evening, they have the option to enjoy the elephant safari in the morning. Following the safari or breakfast, guests will embark on a journey to Pokhara, which is approximately 165 kilometers away and takes nearly 5 hours by road from Chitwan. Situated at an elevation of 900 meters, Pokhara is the largest valley in Nepal and is renowned for its scenic mountain drive or a half-hour picturesque flight. Famous for its lakes and breathtaking views of the magnificent Himalayan Peaks, Pokhara offers a plethora of attractions to explore. Guests can visit a Buddhist monastery, Pokhara Regional Museum showcasing traditional artifacts, Devi’s Fall, Gupteshwor Cave, the Tibetan Refugee Camp, and the Barahi Temple located in the central part of Fewa Lake. Upon arrival, guests will check into their hotel and have the evening free to leisurely stroll around the area before spending the night in Pokhara.

Day – 05 – Pokhara Sightseeing

The sightseeing itinerary includes various notable attractions in Pokhara, with selected places due to time constraints. Guests will visit Pokhara Regional Museum, Devis Fall, Gupteshwor Cave, the Tibetan Refugee Camp, Barahi Temple, Sarankot, Peace Stupa, and enjoy boating at Fewa Lake. Tal Barahi Temple, situated in the middle of Fewa Lake, is a highlight accessible by a quick 10-minute boat ride. Guests can bask in the tranquil atmosphere and admire the lush greenery surrounding the lake’s southern end. Following the sightseeing tour, guests will have the evening free to leisurely explore the area before retiring for the night in Pokhara.

Day – 06 – Pokhara to Nagarkot Transfer,8-9 hrs drive  or flight to Kathmandun 20 minute 

Travel from Kathmandu to Nagarkot, renowned for its breathtaking views of Mount Everest and other snow-capped peaks of the Himalayan range in eastern Nepal. Nagarkot is famed for its spectacular sunrise vistas over the Himalayas, making an overnight stay essential to witness the dawn spectacle and catch glimpses of Mount Everest and surrounding peaks. Additionally, Nagarkot offers a stunning perspective of the Indrawati River valley to the east. With an elevation of 2195 meters, Nagarkot’s beauty is captivating throughout the year, with optimal viewing conditions typically between November and March. Upon arrival, guests will check into their hotel and may even have the opportunity to witness a picturesque sunset if they arrive before dusk. The night will be spent in Nagarkot, immersed in the tranquility and majesty of the Himalayan landscape.

Day – 07 – Departure from Nagarkot to Kathmandu Airport 

Begin your day by witnessing the captivating sunrise at Nagarkot, offering a panoramic view stretching from Dhaulagiri in the west to Kanchenjunga in the east. Situated in a small village at an altitude of about 7500 feet, Nagarkot provides an enchanting vantage point where, on clear days, one can even catch a glimpse of the tip of Mount Everest. Following breakfast, embark on a journey to Bhaktapur Durbar Square to explore its historical and architectural wonders. Continue your excursion with a visit to the revered Syabhunath Stupa. Conclude the day’s adventures with an overnight stay at a hotel in Kathmandu, reflecting on the mesmerizing sights and experiences of the day.

Day – 8 – Final departure

In the morning, indulge in some shopping before proceeding to the airport for your final departure.

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7 nights 8 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