Explore Nepal like never before –enjoy a short vacation exploring a few of the most popular tourist destinations inside Nepal! Get a chance to witness some of the natural wonders around Kathmandu, Pokhara, and Chitwan.
Hiking in the wilderness, White Water River rafting, and traversing through deep tropical forests remain the highlight of this tour. The 9-Day tour suits anyone with a desire to explore the country in a short time.
Kathmandu, Pokhara, and Chitwan are three major tourist destinations in Nepal. Altogether, they form a triangle and each destination offers a unique experience to tourists. Kathmandu, also known as “city of temples,” is home to thousands of temples, monasteries, monuments, and UNESCO Heritage Sites. Pokhara is home to nine different lakes, temples, Peace Stupa, and Caves. Chitwan, on the other hand, remains an ultimate jungle-safari destination. It is gifted with miles of lush tropical forests and exotic wildlife.
Nepal Soft Adventure Tour begins upon your arrival in Kathmandu City. The journey kicks with a sightseeing tour of the historical valley and some of its most visited UNESCO World Heritage Sites such as Swayambhunath, Pashupatinath, and Boudhanath. The tour advances 80km west of Kathmandu where you will indulge in an adventurous White-Water Rafting in Grade-3 Rapids of the mighty Trishuli River.
Without wasting much time, you’ll drive off to Pokhara, the second most popular tourist destination in Nepal. Embark on a two-day hike to Australian Base Camp and Dhampus Phedi located inside Annapurna Conservation Area. The hike will offer a close glimpse of the majestic peaks such as Machhapuchhre and Annapurna I (8091m). A short tour of Pokhara will take you to Davis Fall, Gupteshwor Cave, and boating in Phewa Lake.
The last leg of the tour will take you to the tribal land of Chitwan that remains home to the indigenous Tharu and Danuwar Tribes and miles of lush tropical forests. An adventurous jungle safari will take you close to the habitat of the endangered species of Royal Bengal Tiger and One-horned Rhino. If time permits, you can also embark on an adventurous canoe ride in the crocodile-infested Rapti River. The tour ends with a short drive back to Kathmandu.
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Welcome to Nepal! The day is marked with your arrival in Kathmandu. Our representative will receive you at the airport and drive you through the bustling corner of the city to the hotel. After refreshment, you can visit our office and discuss the tour in detail. You will also get to meet your tour guide who will brief you about everything related to the tour. Your guide will procure the Annapurna Conservation Area permit and other documents on your behalf. As nothing is planned for today, you can choose to go out and enjoy the beautiful evening in the city.
Duration: 6-8 hours
The day begins with a delicious breakfast at the hotel’s roof overlooking the beautiful mountains. Today, you’ll embark on a sightseeing tour of the city accompanied by an experienced tour guide. The tour kicks with a short drive to Swayambhunath. You will climb the 365 stone-steps to reach the top from where you can witness the 360-degree panorama of the city.
The tour moves to the historical site of Kathmandu Durbar Square. A bustling part of the city, it is well gifted with many cultural and religious monuments along with an ancient Malla-Palace. After lunch, you will drive towards Pashupatinath Temple, the largest Hindu temple in the country. After witnessing the throngs of pilgrims and arrays of Hindu monuments, you’ll drive to the final destination of Boudhanath. Boudhanath is the largest spherical stupa in the world. It is surrounded by throngs of shops, restaurants, and hotels that are mostly influenced by Tibetan-Buddhism. Overnight in Kathmandu.
Duration: 6-10 hours
The day starts early as you embark on a drive towards Charaudi, the starting point of the rafting. After the raft has been set-up, you will be provided with guidelines and separated into groups. The rafting will last anywhere from 3-4 hours. Trishuli River is gifted with different types of rapids such as Ladies delights, surprise, upset, monsoon, twin rock, butterfly, and monkey. During monsoon, the rapids may rise as maximum as grade 4.
After enjoying the rafting adventure, you’ll hit the road and drive to Pokhara. Pokhara will welcome you with the majestic sights of Annapurna I and Machhapuchhre.
Duration: 1.5 hours drive and hiking to 2 hours
After breakfast, you’ll embark on a jeep and drive for almost 1.5 hr to arrive at Kande. The hike begins with an uphill climb through the small Gurung settlements and advances into lush forests. You will continue hiking through the lush forested trail and cross a few small villages to arrive at Australian Base Camp. Located at an intersection between Dhampus and Landruk, Australian Base Camp offers the panoramic view of the lush Annapurna Valley along with the close sights of Annapurna I, Machhapuchhre, Nilgiri, and Himalchuli peaks. Spend the night inside a comfortable teahouse.
Duration: 3 hours hike and 1 hours drive
The day begins with a delicious breakfast outside the teahouse overlooking the beautiful mountains. Afterward, you’ll retrace your path and continue trekking downhill towards Dhampus Phedi. Dhampus remains a popular tourist destination. The village is gifted with lush green fields and small houses inhabited mostly by Gurung and Magar tribes.
After exploring the village, you’ll embark on a jeep and drive back to Pokhara. You can indulge in a brief sightseeing tour of the city and visit Davis Fall, Gupteshwor Cave, and Tal Barahi Temple. Don’t forget to indulge in a boat ride at Phewa Lake. Overnight in Pokhara.
Duration: 5 hours drive
Leaving Pokhara, you’ll embark on another road journey and drive towards Chitwan. Located in the southern part of the country, Chitwan is well gifted with warm weather, lush tropical forests, and exotic wildlife.
Established in 1973, Chitwan National Park was granted the status of UNESCO Heritage Site in 1984. The former hunting destination for the hunting-enthusiasts, the park today serves as a sanctuary for hundreds of exotic wildlife. The noon will be spent visiting the ethnic Tharu village and the nearby Elephant Breeding Center. Enjoy the delicious local cuisine with a cultural dance performance.
Duration: 6-10 hours
The day begins early as you leave for the jungle safari. A jeep will drive you to the starting point of the safari where you’ll embark on one of the many Asiatic elephants. The safari may last anywhere from 2-3hr and will take you into the vast expanse of the tropical forest where you may encounter numerous animals such as striped hyenas, Bengal foxes, Gharial, mugger crocodiles, Sambar deer, Hog deer, and Rhesus monkey. It’s very common to spot the Great One-horned Rhino inside the forest.
Afterward, you’ll take a tour of the nearby ethnic Tharu village. The evening will be spent boating in a canoe down the Rapti River. Overnight in Chitwan.
Duration: by land 5 hours/ by fly 30 minutes
You can indulge in a short birding experience in Chitwan before driving back to Kathmandu. You can also shop for souvenirs at Sauraha. Afterward, you’ll have your breakfast and embark on a jeep ride back to Kathmandu. It may take almost 5hr to reach Kathmandu. En route, you can catch the pristine sights of lush forested hills, massive Rapti and Trishuli River, and beautiful towns. Upon arrival, you will check into the hotel. In the evening, we will take you for a delicious farewell dinner in one of the finest Nepali diners.
Fly cost Extra: 82 Us dollar per person
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