Nepal Highlights Tour - 13 Days

Nepal Highlights Tour takes you to Lumbini, the birthplace of Lord Buddha, to Tansen, the most beautiful town of Nepal, to the Chitwan National Park, a home to the Royal Bengal Tiger, to Sarangkot, a famous viewpoint of Nepal, to Godavari, a famous botanical garden of Nepal, to Pokhara, a city of geographical wonders, and to the monuments of the Kathmandu Valley, a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

In the Chitwan national Park, a traditional dugout canoe takes you to the Rapti River, to a jungle, wherein you see the aquatic birds and endangered Royal Bengal Tiger, one – horned rhinoceroses, and gharial crocodile. In this jungle, you will also do the Jeep and elephant safaris. In Nepal Highlights Tour, you will also visit the famous tourism city and hill station of Nepal, such as Pokhara and Sarangkot. Pokhara is the second largest city of Nepal and is city of lakes, while Sarangkot is a famous viewpoint, which offers 180 – degree view of the Himalayas, including Dhaulagiri, Annapurna, Fishtail and Manaslu mountains.In addition to this, you will find Pokhara offering a stunning view of Machhapuchhare and Annapurna Ranges. Seeing these mountains, you will visit the interesting places of Pokhara, such as the Seti- River Gorge, the Tibetan Refugee Camp, Phewa Lake, Barahi Temple, Gupteshwor Cave, Devi’s Fall, and International Mountain Museum.

In Nepal Highlights Tour, you also visit Pashupatinath Temple, Boudhanath Stupa, Changunarayan Temple, and Bhaktapur Durbar Square of the Kathmandu Valley, A UNESCO World Heritage Site. In Kathmandu, you also visit Swoyambunath Stupa, which is one the holiest Buddhist sites of the world. The establishment of this Buddhist site is linked with the creation of the Kathmandu Valley. You will also visit Kathmandu Durbar Square, which is a complex of palaces, courtyard, and temples, and which was built in the 12th and 18th centuries. An intriguing feature of this square is the 17th- century stone inscription, set into the wall. There are 3 different museums in the periphery of Kathmandu Durbar Square.