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Day Wise Itinerary
01: Arrival Day
- You will be welcomed by our staff standing with your name-card in the airport arrival terminal and transferred to your hotel by the private vehicle. There will be a small meeting about the trip in the evening.
Day 02: Fly to Janakpur, sightseeing and back to Kathmandu.
- Janakpur is a city located in the Dhanusa District of the Janakpur Zone in southeastern Nepal. It is a historic and cultural city, often referred to as “Janakpurdham” due to its religious significance. The city is famous for being the birthplace of Sita, a central figure in the Hindu epic Ramayana, who is also known as Janaki. Sita was married to Lord Rama, and their marriage is one of the most important events in Hindu mythology.
Day 03: Kathmandu Sightseeing:
- Pashupatinath Temple: Pashupatinath Temple is a Hindu temple dedicated to Lord Pasupathi, and is located in Kathmandu, Nepal near the Bagmati River. This is currently the largest temple in the world. This temple was classified as a World Heritage Site in 1979. This “extensive Hindu temple precinct” is a “sprawling collection of temples, ashrams, images and inscriptions raised over the centuries along the banks of the sacred Bagmati river”, and is one of seven monument groups in UNESCO’s designation of Kathmandu Valley. It is built on an area of 246 hectares and includes 518 mini-temples and a main pagoda house. The temple is one of the Paadal Petra Sthalams on the continent
- Boudhanath Stupa: Bouddha, also known as Boudhanath, Khasti Chaitya and Khāsa Chaitya is a stupa in Kathmandu, Nepal. Located about 11 km from the center and northeastern outskirts of Kathmandu, its massive mandala makes it one of the largest spherical stupas in Nepal and the world. The influx of large populations of refugees from Tibet has seen the construction of over 50 gompas around Boudha. As of 1979, Boudha Stupa is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Along with Swayambhu, it is one of the most popular tourist sites in the Kathmandu area. The stupa is on the ancient trade route from Tibet which enters the Kathmandu Valley by the village of Sankhu in the northeast corner and continues to the ancient and smaller stupa of Chabahil named Charumati Stupa.
- Swayambhunath: Swayambhu is an ancient religious complex atop a hill in the Kathmandu Valley, west of Kathmandu city. The Tibetan name for the site means ‘Sublime Trees’, for the many varieties of trees found on the hill. However, Shingkun may be of in Tamang Bhasa name for the complex, Swayambhu, meaning ‘self-sprung’. For the Buddhist Newars, in whose mythological history and origin myth as well as day-to-day religious practice Swayambhu occupies a central position, it is probably the most sacred among Buddhist pilgrimage sites. For Tibetans and followers of Tibetan Buddhism, it is second only to Boudha. Swayambhu is the Hindu name.
Day 04: Chitwan
After breakfast, we will drive to Chitwan, lunch at hotel.
- Tharu Culture Dance: The locals living in the villages of Chitwan performing a dance showcasing the culture, art, and lifestyle of themselves is what is in store for your welcome and is called the Tharu dance. The local performers wearing their ethnic dresses perform and welcome you to know their culture, their place and themselves well by performing the dance prominently using Dhols and Tharu sticks throughout the performance.
Day 05: Chitwan National Park activities;
- Today you will discover why the National Park holds an important place in preserving the wild lives that are rapidly getting extinct from this planet. You’re almost sure to spot one horn rhino, egrets, woodpecker, and deer in their natural habitat. The Park is also home to rhinoceros, tigers, leopards, sloth bears, wild bison, genetic dolphin, 500 birds, butterflies, as well as the near extinct Gharials crocodiles and 543 species of birds that include critically endangered Bengal florican, the vulnerable lesser adjutant, Grey-crowned Prinia and etc.
- Elephant Safari: A traditional way of exploring the jungle. From the elephants back you can see over the high grass and discover the animals there.
- Colorful Tharu Village Visit: Experience the culture and traditions of the Tharu people living close to the jungle and wildlife for centuries. In symbiosis and battle with the wild animals. Nature or Jungle Walk: Exploring the area by foot, watch birds, animals and plants. Our experts can take you to good places for spotting a tiger, rhino or any animal.
- Cannoning trip: A typical handmade Canoe will take you along the famous Rapti River where you will encounter the Harmless Gharial and the mud drenched crocodile, basking in the sun at the river banks. Moreover, many aquatic birds can be seen on the way.
- Tharu Stick Dance: A melodious tribal dance performed by men with rhyme or drums and the clashing of sticks. The dance shows how to rhinos and other wild animals are scared away from the village.
Day 06: Drive to Lumbini
- Lumbini is a sacred and historical site located in the Rupandehi District of Nepal. It holds immense significance as the birthplace of Siddhartha Gautama, who later became known as Gautama Buddha, the founder of Buddhism. Lumbini is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and a major pilgrimage destination for Buddhists from around the world.
Day 07: Pokhara
After breakfast, drive to Pokhara.
- Phewa lake: Phewa Lake, Phewa Tal or Fewa Lake is a freshwater lake in Nepal formerly called Baidam Tal located in the south of the Pokhara Valley that includes Pokhara city; parts of Sarangkot and Kaskikot. The lake is stream-fed but a dam regulates the water reserves, therefore, the lake is classified as semi-natural freshwater lake. It is the second largest lake in Nepal; the largest in Gandaki Province after the Rara lake in the comparison to Nepal’s water bodies. It is the most popular and most visited lake of Nepal. Phewa lake is located at an altitude of 742 m and covers an area of about 5.7 km². It has an average depth of about 8.6 m and a maximum depth of 24 m. Maximum water capacity of the lake is approximately 43,000,000 cubic metres. The Annapurna range on the north is only about 28 km away from the lake. The lake is also famous for the reflection of mount Machhapuchhre and other mountain peaks of the Annapurna and Dhaulagiri ranges on its surface. The Tal Barahi Temple is situated on an island in the lake. It is located 4 km from the city’s centre Chipledhunga.
Day 08: Sunrise early morning & Pokhara sightseeing
- Sarangkot: From the far north to the far south, including the Phewa Lake, Sarangkot peak provides a panoramic view of Pokhara. Tourists drive up the hill to see the sunrise from the top of the hill’s view tower. Sarangkot provides a relaxing and admiring the breathtaking views of the mountains on one side and Phewa Lake on the other.
- Bindabasini Temple: The Bindhyabasini Temple is the oldest temple in the city of Pokhara, Nepal and is located in Ward No. 2, Miruwa. It regularly attracts a large number of locals, Nepalis from across the country and foreigners alike. The main temple is devoted to goddess Bindhyabasini, a Bhagawati who is the incarnation of Kali. There are smaller temples of goddess Saraswati, Shiva, Hanuman, Ganesha in the premises. The temple is situated atop a small hill and can be accessed via stone staircases on the East and North East. The views of the Himalayas from the North of the temple are breathtaking while from the South one can see the expanse of Pokhara city
- Devi’s Falls: Devi’s Falls is a waterfall located at Pokhara in Kaski District, Nepal. The water forms a tunnel after reaching the bottom. This tunnel is approximately 500 feet long and runs 100 feet below ground level. On 31 July 1961, a Swiss couple went swimming but the woman drowned in a pit because of the overflow. Her body was recovered three days later in river Phusre with great effort. Her father wished to name it “David’s falls” after her daughter’s name but changed to Devi’s Fall. Its Nepali name is Patale Chango, which literal meaning is Paatal Ko Chango means “Underworld’s Waterfall”. This is one of the most visited places in Nepal. After exiting the tunnel, the water passes through a cave called Gupteshwor Mahadev Cave or “cave beneath the ground”.
- Gupteshwor Cave: Gopteshwar Mahadev Mandir is a cave temple dedicated to Lord Shiva near the place where Seti River emerges from underground. A self-emerging Shiva Lingam was found in the 3 km long cave during the 16th century. Apart from the holy temple, the long, deep and dark cave offer an excellent opportunity to explore the natural wonders in its truest form.
Day 09: Drive back to Kathmandu;
After breakfast, drive back to Kathmandu, on the way visit Manakamana Temple.
- Manakamana Temple: The temple rests on a 1300-meter hill, west of the city of Kathmandu. Like many other hill top temples, Manakamana Temple also overlooks the Marshyangdi and Trishuli rivers. On a clear day pilgrims can catch breathtaking views of the Annapurnas, Himalchuli and Manaslu peaks.
Evening time stroll around Thamel market for local shopping.
Day 10: Departure
- Our representatives will drop you to airport for final departure.
Hotel details :-
- Kathmandu : Hotel Ama-la/ Hotel Marshyangdi
- Pokhara : Hotel Choice Inn/ Hotel Utsab Himalaya
- Chitwan : Jungle World Resort/ Unique Wildlife Resort
- Lumbini : Bodhi Redsun/ Buddha Palace Hotel
- Accommodation on double sharing on MAP plan.
- Chitwan hotel accommodation on AP plan with jungle activitie
- Sightseeing as per itinerary.
- Airport transfers.
- Kathmandu – Janakpur – Kathmandu by flight.
- Private car throughout the trip.
- Sightseeing spot entry tickets.
- Personal expenses
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