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             Exploration of Kathmandu, Chitwan, Pokhara

Adventure Steps Nepal offers the visit and exploration of the major landmark destination with its diversified culture and wonderful natural beauty in the Himalayan Kingdom of Nepal. Beside the trekking and climbing of high mountains, Nepal’s diversity and natural beauty spellbound the travelers around the world. We have designed this with a plan to visit bustling city of Kathmandu, wilderness in Chitwan and scenic lake city of Pokhara.

We explore the sights and sounds of world heritage sites in Kathmandu valley to exotic wildlife Jungle safari in Chitwan national park. We also visit the Sagarngkot hill station in Pokhara for the sunrise view on the Annapurna ranges. This highlights of Nepal tours suits best to family and group of friends who have a short holiday and can be done any time in the year. Adventure Steps Nepal is happy to customize this trip as per your holiday time available.

 

 


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$410



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Duration: 6 Days

Activity: Private Tours

Difficulty: Easy

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Day 01: World heritage cultural tour in Kathmandu by private Car.

  • Bhaktapur Durbar Square :(The oldest city of Nepal)

  • Swyambhunath Stupa:(The ancient and  site for Buddhists and great place to for the topographical view of  Kathmandu).

  • Boudhanath Stupa: (The most sacred place for Buddhists with many monasteries).

  • Pashupatinath Temple (The Hindu temple of Nepal, Hindu cremation place).

Day 02: Drop off to Chitwan by Tourist Bus and start the Exotic Jungle safari.

  •     Check in Hotel in Chitwan you will be offered refreshment and given a brief about the activities.

  •     Ethnic Tharu village tour.

  •     Sunset view from the bank of Rapti river.

  •     Tharu Cultural Programme.

Day 03: Full day jungle safari including the elephant ride.

  •    River Boating / Canoeing.

Canoeing or boating in the slow flowing rivers of Chitwan is not only a relaxing experience, but an opportunity to observe the wildlife on the banks of the river and in the river itself. One can spot gharials (crocodilians) and very rarely, the fresh water dolphin characteristic to this region. One can also spot many migratory birds in the process.

  •     Bird Watching

The park well known for habitats of migrant birds as well as other various birds. There are around six hundred different types of birds in Park. Can view the exotic birds like the Giant Hornbill, Lesser Florican, Paradise Flycatcher etc.

  •     Jungle Walks

These walks range from half day, full day, 2-3 day or even a week and one may come across rhesus monkeys, various fowls / birds, rhinos and if you are lucky enough, the Bengal Tiger.

  •     Elephant Bath

Washing elephants is an experience that very few get a chance to do. For a nominal fee and a tip to the mahouts, you can help to wash an elephant. It becomes even more enjoyable when the elephants are taken down to the river banks for their daily baths.

  •     Elephant Rides 

This is a novel way of exploring the habitat of these rare animals. Such elephant rides can last from one to one and half hours. Elephant rides are mainly conducted in three shifts – morning, mid-morning and late afternoon.

  •     Elephant Breeding Center.

This where you can see baby elephants and get an opportunity to feed them and get up close and personal. There is also a museum you can visit to learn about the various species and the breeding and conservation efforts.

Day 04: Drop off to  Pokhara by Tourist Bus and explore the lake side.

Day 05: Visit Sarangkot early in the morning by private car to view sunrise and snowy mountains.

Sight-seeing:

  • World Peace Pagoda.

  • Davis Fall.

  • Gupteshwor Mahadev.

Day 06: Back to kathmandu by tourist bus

 

Day 01: World heritage cultural tour in Kathmandu by private Car.

  • Bhaktapur Durbar Square :(The oldest city of Nepal)

  • Swyambhunath Stupa:(The ancient and  site for Buddhists and great place to for the topographical view of  Kathmandu).

  • Boudhanath Stupa: (The most sacred place for Buddhists with many monasteries).

  • Pashupatinath Temple (The Hindu temple of Nepal, Hindu cremation place).

Day 02: Drop off to Chitwan by Tourist Bus and start the Exotic Jungle safari.

  •     Check in Hotel in Chitwan you will be offered refreshment and given a brief about the activities.

  •     Ethnic Tharu village tour.

  •     Sunset view from the bank of Rapti river.

  •     Tharu Cultural Programme.

Day 03: Full day jungle safari including the elephant ride.

  •    River Boating / Canoeing.

Canoeing or boating in the slow flowing rivers of Chitwan is not only a relaxing experience, but an opportunity to observe the wildlife on the banks of the river and in the river itself. One can spot gharials (crocodilians) and very rarely, the fresh water dolphin characteristic to this region. One can also spot many migratory birds in the process.

  •     Bird Watching

The park well known for habitats of migrant birds as well as other various birds. There are around six hundred different types of birds in Park. Can view the exotic birds like the Giant Hornbill, Lesser Florican, Paradise Flycatcher etc.

  •     Jungle Walks

These walks range from half day, full day, 2-3 day or even a week and one may come across rhesus monkeys, various fowls / birds, rhinos and if you are lucky enough, the Bengal Tiger.

  •     Elephant Bath

Washing elephants is an experience that very few get a chance to do. For a nominal fee and a tip to the mahouts, you can help to wash an elephant. It becomes even more enjoyable when the elephants are taken down to the river banks for their daily baths.

  •     Elephant Rides 

This is a novel way of exploring the habitat of these rare animals. Such elephant rides can last from one to one and half hours. Elephant rides are mainly conducted in three shifts – morning, mid-morning and late afternoon.

  •     Elephant Breeding Center.

This where you can see baby elephants and get an opportunity to feed them and get up close and personal. There is also a museum you can visit to learn about the various species and the breeding and conservation efforts.

Day 04: Drop off to  Pokhara by Tourist Bus and explore the lake side.

Day 05: Visit Sarangkot early in the morning by private car to view sunrise and snowy mountains.

Sight-seeing:

  • World Peace Pagoda.

  • Davis Fall.

  • Gupteshwor Mahadev.

Day 06: Back to kathmandu by tourist bus

 

  • Accomodation in Pokhara.B/B Basis
  • Accomodation in Chitwan Full Board Package with all the activities.MAP Plan
  • Round Trip Tourist Bus Ticket Kathmandu - Pokhara - Chitwan.
  • Sightseeing by Car in Kathmandu,Sarangkot and Pokhara

Entrace ticket to Historical Monuments.

All the beverages.

Tips for the guide.


 

Day 01: World heritage cultural tour in Kathmandu by private Car.

  • Bhaktapur Durbar Square :(The oldest city of Nepal)

  • Swyambhunath Stupa:(The ancient and  site for Buddhists and great place to for the topographical view of  Kathmandu).

  • Boudhanath Stupa: (The most sacred place for Buddhists with many monasteries).

  • Pashupatinath Temple (The Hindu temple of Nepal, Hindu cremation place).

Day 02: Drop off to Chitwan by Tourist Bus and start the Exotic Jungle safari.

  •     Check in Hotel in Chitwan you will be offered refreshment and given a brief about the activities.

  •     Ethnic Tharu village tour.

  •     Sunset view from the bank of Rapti river.

  •     Tharu Cultural Programme.

Day 03: Full day jungle safari including the elephant ride.

  •    River Boating / Canoeing.

Canoeing or boating in the slow flowing rivers of Chitwan is not only a relaxing experience, but an opportunity to observe the wildlife on the banks of the river and in the river itself. One can spot gharials (crocodilians) and very rarely, the fresh water dolphin characteristic to this region. One can also spot many migratory birds in the process.

  •     Bird Watching

The park well known for habitats of migrant birds as well as other various birds. There are around six hundred different types of birds in Park. Can view the exotic birds like the Giant Hornbill, Lesser Florican, Paradise Flycatcher etc.

  •     Jungle Walks

These walks range from half day, full day, 2-3 day or even a week and one may come across rhesus monkeys, various fowls / birds, rhinos and if you are lucky enough, the Bengal Tiger.

  •     Elephant Bath

Washing elephants is an experience that very few get a chance to do. For a nominal fee and a tip to the mahouts, you can help to wash an elephant. It becomes even more enjoyable when the elephants are taken down to the river banks for their daily baths.

  •     Elephant Rides 

This is a novel way of exploring the habitat of these rare animals. Such elephant rides can last from one to one and half hours. Elephant rides are mainly conducted in three shifts – morning, mid-morning and late afternoon.

  •     Elephant Breeding Center.

This where you can see baby elephants and get an opportunity to feed them and get up close and personal. There is also a museum you can visit to learn about the various species and the breeding and conservation efforts.

Day 04: Drop off to  Pokhara by Tourist Bus and explore the lake side.

Day 05: Visit Sarangkot early in the morning by private car to view sunrise and snowy mountains.

Sight-seeing:

  • World Peace Pagoda.

  • Davis Fall.

  • Gupteshwor Mahadev.

Day 06: Back to kathmandu by tourist bus

 

  • Accomodation in Pokhara.B/B Basis
  • Accomodation in Chitwan Full Board Package with all the activities.MAP Plan
  • Round Trip Tourist Bus Ticket Kathmandu - Pokhara - Chitwan.
  • Sightseeing by Car in Kathmandu,Sarangkot and Pokhara

Entrace ticket to Historical Monuments.

All the beverages.

Tips for the guide.


 

Day 01: World heritage cultural tour in Kathmandu by private Car.

  • Bhaktapur Durbar Square :(The oldest city of Nepal)

  • Swyambhunath Stupa:(The ancient and  site for Buddhists and great place to for the topographical view of  Kathmandu).

  • Boudhanath Stupa: (The most sacred place for Buddhists with many monasteries).

  • Pashupatinath Temple (The Hindu temple of Nepal, Hindu cremation place).

Day 02: Drop off to Chitwan by Tourist Bus and start the Exotic Jungle safari.

  •     Check in Hotel in Chitwan you will be offered refreshment and given a brief about the activities.

  •     Ethnic Tharu village tour.

  •     Sunset view from the bank of Rapti river.

  •     Tharu Cultural Programme.

Day 03: Full day jungle safari including the elephant ride.

  •    River Boating / Canoeing.

Canoeing or boating in the slow flowing rivers of Chitwan is not only a relaxing experience, but an opportunity to observe the wildlife on the banks of the river and in the river itself. One can spot gharials (crocodilians) and very rarely, the fresh water dolphin characteristic to this region. One can also spot many migratory birds in the process.

  •     Bird Watching

The park well known for habitats of migrant birds as well as other various birds. There are around six hundred different types of birds in Park. Can view the exotic birds like the Giant Hornbill, Lesser Florican, Paradise Flycatcher etc.

  •     Jungle Walks

These walks range from half day, full day, 2-3 day or even a week and one may come across rhesus monkeys, various fowls / birds, rhinos and if you are lucky enough, the Bengal Tiger.

  •     Elephant Bath

Washing elephants is an experience that very few get a chance to do. For a nominal fee and a tip to the mahouts, you can help to wash an elephant. It becomes even more enjoyable when the elephants are taken down to the river banks for their daily baths.

  •     Elephant Rides 

This is a novel way of exploring the habitat of these rare animals. Such elephant rides can last from one to one and half hours. Elephant rides are mainly conducted in three shifts – morning, mid-morning and late afternoon.

  •     Elephant Breeding Center.

This where you can see baby elephants and get an opportunity to feed them and get up close and personal. There is also a museum you can visit to learn about the various species and the breeding and conservation efforts.

Day 04: Drop off to  Pokhara by Tourist Bus and explore the lake side.

Day 05: Visit Sarangkot early in the morning by private car to view sunrise and snowy mountains.

Sight-seeing:

  • World Peace Pagoda.

  • Davis Fall.

  • Gupteshwor Mahadev.

Day 06: Back to kathmandu by tourist bus

 

Day 01: World heritage cultural tour in Kathmandu by private Car.

  • Bhaktapur Durbar Square :(The oldest city of Nepal)

  • Swyambhunath Stupa:(The ancient and  site for Buddhists and great place to for the topographical view of  Kathmandu).

  • Boudhanath Stupa: (The most sacred place for Buddhists with many monasteries).

  • Pashupatinath Temple (The Hindu temple of Nepal, Hindu cremation place).

Day 02: Drop off to Chitwan by Tourist Bus and start the Exotic Jungle safari.

  •     Check in Hotel in Chitwan you will be offered refreshment and given a brief about the activities.

  •     Ethnic Tharu village tour.

  •     Sunset view from the bank of Rapti river.

  •     Tharu Cultural Programme.

Day 03: Full day jungle safari including the elephant ride.

  •    River Boating / Canoeing.

Canoeing or boating in the slow flowing rivers of Chitwan is not only a relaxing experience, but an opportunity to observe the wildlife on the banks of the river and in the river itself. One can spot gharials (crocodilians) and very rarely, the fresh water dolphin characteristic to this region. One can also spot many migratory birds in the process.

  •     Bird Watching

The park well known for habitats of migrant birds as well as other various birds. There are around six hundred different types of birds in Park. Can view the exotic birds like the Giant Hornbill, Lesser Florican, Paradise Flycatcher etc.

  •     Jungle Walks

These walks range from half day, full day, 2-3 day or even a week and one may come across rhesus monkeys, various fowls / birds, rhinos and if you are lucky enough, the Bengal Tiger.

  •     Elephant Bath

Washing elephants is an experience that very few get a chance to do. For a nominal fee and a tip to the mahouts, you can help to wash an elephant. It becomes even more enjoyable when the elephants are taken down to the river banks for their daily baths.

  •     Elephant Rides 

This is a novel way of exploring the habitat of these rare animals. Such elephant rides can last from one to one and half hours. Elephant rides are mainly conducted in three shifts – morning, mid-morning and late afternoon.

  •     Elephant Breeding Center.

This where you can see baby elephants and get an opportunity to feed them and get up close and personal. There is also a museum you can visit to learn about the various species and the breeding and conservation efforts.

Day 04: Drop off to  Pokhara by Tourist Bus and explore the lake side.

Day 05: Visit Sarangkot early in the morning by private car to view sunrise and snowy mountains.

Sight-seeing:

  • World Peace Pagoda.

  • Davis Fall.

  • Gupteshwor Mahadev.

Day 06: Back to kathmandu by tourist bus

 

  • Accomodation in Pokhara.B/B Basis
  • Accomodation in Chitwan Full Board Package with all the activities.MAP Plan
  • Round Trip Tourist Bus Ticket Kathmandu - Pokhara - Chitwan.
  • Sightseeing by Car in Kathmandu,Sarangkot and Pokhara

Entrace ticket to Historical Monuments.

All the beverages.

Tips for the guide.






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