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The perfect 8-day introduction to Nepal!
In eight days we will visit Nepal’s most essential destinations including Kathmandu, Pokhara and Chitwan. We’ll take you on an enchanting adventure to discover the rich, diverse, astounding landscapes of Nepal. Expect to have your breath taken away by the remarkable natural beauty, the rich culture, the warm people.
What we promise is awe-inspiring and scenic grandeur. Journey through the region of world’s tallest mountains and delicious momos with us.
Our mission is to improve the quality of lives in the communities where we work. Like all of our tours, 80% of the profits fund our NGO based in Mumbai and Delhi. Thank you for supporting our programs by signing up for the tour.
Day 1 – 2
Arrive in Kathmandu. Sightseeing in the city on Day 2.
Arrive in Kathmandu. There are no activities this day, so enjoy an evening orientation. Over a welcome dinner, the guide will go over the itinerary for the next 8 action-packed days!
On your second morning, we will travel together to visit some of Kathmandu’s most frequented sites: Durbar Square, Kumari Palace, Pashupati Temple, Swayambhunath Stupa.
Day 1: Orientation walk, welcome dinner
Day 2: Kathmandu sightseeing tour
Travel by: Car/minibus
Estimated travel time: 5 hours
We’ll arrive in Chitwan the afternoon. In the evening, we’ll have an orientation walk in the Chitwan main bazaar and Tharu Cultural program.
On day 4, first thing in the morning we will visit Chitwan National Park (a World Heritage site). After this, we’ll pay a visit to a local family for dinner to learn more about local culture and customs of Nepal.
Day 3: Transport to Chitwan
Day 4: Entrance to Chitwan National Park, dinner
Travel by car to Pokhara, departing Chitwan in the morning.
Travel by: Car
Estimated travel time: 6/7 hours
We will travel to Pokhara, the second largest city in Nepal that is home to the 3 tallest mountains in the world. In the evening we will enjoy a boat ride on Phewa Lake.
On Day 6, you have the option of rising early (5am) to catch the sunrise from Sarangkot. Here you’ll take in the sweeping views of Sarangkot Valley and the moutainous region. After breakfast, we’ll take you on a sightseeing tour to visit Gupteshwar Temple, Devil’s fall, Sethi river, International Mountain Museum.
Day 5: Transport to Pokhara
Day 5: Boat ride on Phewa Lake
Day 6: Sightseeing tour of Pokhara
-Game of Cricket/Soccer/Volleyball near the river or go for a swim in the river
Drive back to Kathmandu
Travel by: Car
Estimated travel time: 6/7 hours
We will head back to Kathmandu and spend a night there. Upon arrival in the evening, you’ll have free time to explore and do any last minute shopping. We’ll also have a final farewell dinner to look back on your trip through Nepal with us.
Day 7: Transport to Kathmandu, Farewell dinner
Transport to airport for flight.
We’ll relive some of the memories made during your week with us before dropping you off to the airport.
The capital and largest city of Nepal, Kathmandu is bustling with activity and cultural significance. It’s an exhilarating sensory experience (maybe even sensory overload for some), teeming with people. noise, sites, smells and more. Get lost in the narrow alleyways of Old town as you take in the homes, families, and pockets of quiet.
Visit the land where tigers and rhinos roam free. Home to 932 square kilometres of protected forest, marshland, and grassland, Chitwan is a World Heritage site nestled at the foot of the Himalayas.
A place to unwind in scenic surroundings, as well as a place to embark on adventurous activities, Pokhara is the perfect place to experience the best of Nepal. There’s something for every kind of traveller to enjoy (It’s also home to the tallest mountains in the world!)
We end in Delhi–the capital city, the political heart of India. Here you’ll have the chance to witness the interesting mix of modernity and history: a city of historical monuments, vibrant markets and temples, mouthwatering food.
Yes all tours can be customised.
Yes, we do offer private tours. Please get in touch for a quote!
This depends on where you are flying from! However, most international flights go to Kathmandu.
We stay in well-appointed mid range hotels, locally owned where possible. All hotels have hot water and most have Wi-Fi. Single passengers will share a twin room with another group member of the same gender if required. You are welcome to pay extra to ensure you have a room to yourself throughout the trip – please get in touch for costs. Upgrades to 4* accommodation are available at an additional cost.
The tour includes some meals including breakfast in the majority of our overnight hotels, a welcome and a farewell dinner.
The package includes several activities and entry fees. We also have additional suggestions for activities that aren’t included in the tour price. Please see the itinerary tab to see the included and optional activities.
A deposit payment of 20% is required. Full payment is then due by at least 60 days before tour departure. Advanced payment is necessary to confirm the booking and can be made by paying by bank transfer or by using our online card payment system.
Yes absolutely! Our tours are minimum 2 people but for private tours we can look at providing dates that completely suit you. If you are interested in a shared tour we can often also still offer your preferred dates, guarantee the tour and invite other passengers to join.
All our tours ensure easy international and domestic flight connections before and after the tour. We can certainly arrange for flights for you as well; simply get in touch with us.
All of our nearest arrival airports offer pre-paid, safe and simple taxi options to your start hotel. So we prefer to provide detailed information on this in advance rather than charge you extra unnecessarily like some operators!