Wildlife of Nepal
7 Nights / 8 Days
Kathmandu -Chitwan - Pokhara - Kathmandu
Enjoy the wildlife of Nepal with us and indulge with natural Nepal and enjoy the wildlife.
Meeting assistance on arrival. Transfer to the Hotel.
Afternoon, visit Kathmandu City :.Hanuman Dhoka (Durbar Square), Built between the 12th and the 18th centuries, this complex of palaces, courtyards and temples is the historic seat of royalty. It used to be the seat of ancient Malla kings of Kathmandu. The durbar Square, protected as a UNESCO World heritage site, epitomizes the religious and cultural life of the people. Other than a 17th – century stone inscription set into the wall of the palace with writings in 15 languages, interesting things to see here are: Taleju Temple (Built by King Mahendra Malla in 1549 A.D., Kal Bhairav, the god of Destruction Nautalle Darbar, Coronation Nasal Chowk, the Gaddi Baithak, the statue of king Pratap Malla, the big bell, big drum, the Jagannath Temple and three museums including the numismatic museum and the Tribhuvan Museum. Swayambhunath (Samhengu): Listed as a world heritage site, this is one of the world’s most glorious Buddhist sites in Nepal. Its established is linked to the creation of the Kathmandu Valley out of a primordial lake. Three km west of Kathmandu this site is situated on a hillock about 77 m. above the valley. Painted on the four-sides of the spire bases are the all seeing eyes of Lord Gautam Buddha, the founder of Buddhism.
Overnight at Hotel.
After breakfast, visit Pashupatinath Temple, Boudhnath Stupa and Patan City.
Pashupatinath : Situated five kilometers east of Kathmandu on the bank of sacred Bagmati river, the stemple of lord Shiva Pashupatinath with two tiered golden roof and silver doors is famous for its super architecture. It is a centre of annual pilgrimage on the day of Maha Shivratri. Entrance to the temple precinct is permitted to the Hindus only however, visitors can clearly see the temple and activities performed in the temple premises from the eastern bank of the Bagmati river.
Boudhanath is among the largest stupas in South Asia, and it has become the focal point of Tibetan Buddhism in Nepal. The white mound looms thirty-six meters overhead. The stupa is located on the ancient trade route to Tibet, and Tibetan merchants rested and offered prayers here for many centuries. When refugees entered Nepal from Tibet in the 1950s, many of them decided to live around Bouddhanath. They established many gompas, and the “Little Tibet” of Nepal was born. This “Little Tibet” is still the best place in the Valley to observe Tibetan lifestyle. Monks walk about in maroon robes. Tibetans walk with prayer wheels in their hands, and the rituals of prostration are presented to the Buddha as worshippers circumambulate the stupa on their hands and knees, bowing down to their lord.
Many people believe that Bouddhanath was constructed in the fifth century, but definite proof is lacking. The stupa is said to entomb the remains of a Kasyap sage who is venerable both to Buddhists and Hindus. One legend has it that a woman requested a Valley king for the donation of ground required to build a stupa. She said she needed land covered by one buffalo’s skin and her wish was granted by the King. She cut a buffalo skin into thin strips and circled off a fairly large clearing. The king had no choice but to give her the land.
The Bouddha area is a visual feast. Colorful thangkas, Tibetan jewellery, hand-woven carpets, masks, and khukuri knives are sold in the surrounding stalls. Smaller stupas are located at the base. Gompa monasteries, curio shops, and restaurants surround Bouddhanath. Conveniently situated restaurants with roof-top patios provide good food and excellent views of Bouddhanath.
Patan : Durbar Square, Situated I the heart of the city, constitutes the focus of visiorts; attraction. The Square is full or ancient places, temples and shrines, noted for their exquaisite carvinge. The Patan Durbar Square consists of three main chowk an Keshar Narayan Chowk. It was listed in the UNESCO World Heritage Monument List in 1979. Patan Museum:- This museum indside the Durnbar Square specializes in bronxze statues and religious objects. Krishna Mandir:- Built in 1637 AD, the temple of Lord, Krishan holds a commanding position in the palace complex of Patan, Tibetan Refugee Camp: This camp was set up in 1960 under the initiative of the International Red Cross & the Swiss Development Corporation in corporation with HMG of Nepal. Its main objective is to help the Tibetan Refugees to do something nice & support themselves & some carpet industries & handicrafts have been operating.
Overnight at Hotel.
Kathmandu / Chitwan(180 Kms/ 05-06 Hrs.)
After breakfast, drive to Chitwan, about 5-hrs drive. Upon arrival at the Lodge welcome & briefing by the naturalist.. After Lunch, either canoe or elephant ride.
Chitwan National Park
Whole day full of jungle activities including Jungle walk, elephant ride, canoe ride, Elephant briefing OR Elephant batthing , Village visit OR Tharu Dance etc. Chitwan National Park is the most famous national park in Nepal. Which offers 450 species of birds including four species of deer, leopard, sloth bear, wild boar & many other wildlife. This park is well known for one horned Rhinoceros & it is a shelter for few Royal Bengal Tigers. Besides this, Chitwan also supports a great variety of flora & fauna. (Exact program in Chitwan can only be confirmed upon guest’s arrival at the resort as itinerary shall depend upon the occupancy in the resort and guest’s arrival / departure time)
Chitwan / Pokhara (198 Kms. / 6 Hrs)
After breakfast, drive to Pokhara, Upon arrival check in at hotel.
Overnight at Hotel.
Early morning excursion to visit Sarangkot has great views in all four directions, Pokhara below, The Annapurna Range including its highest peaks, Rolling Hills off to the sunset and a rural lanscape out along the ridge road. This is a most popular spot for sunrise watchers who come up in the morning and head back to Pokahara.
Afternoon visit Pokhara city where is beautiful lake like Begnesh , Rupa and fewa Pokhara museum cave davit fall. Bindebashini Temple, Seti Gorge,
Barahi Temple, The Barahi Temple is the most important monument in Pokhara. Built almost in the Center of Phewa Lake, this two-storied pagoda is dedicated to the boar manifestation of Ajima, the protester deity representing the female force Shakti.
Bindhyabasini Temple, This is one of the oldest temples in Pokhara. Legend says that when Pokhara was a part of Kaski Kingdom, the main deity of the temple, Goddess Durga, was brought from India. Apart from the peace and tranquility that can be felt in this region, the premises of the temple offers a good view of the Himalaya on a clear day. The temple is in the area of the Bazaar; hence, a journey of the old bazaar can be combined with a visit to the temple.
Devis Fall. Davis Fall is the most famous water fall in Pokhara, which comes to its gushing best just before disappearing underground.
Seti Gandaki / Gorge: Seti Gandaki and Seti Gorge are other two important places to visit in Pokhara. The Seti gandaki flows right through the city, it runs completely underground at many places. There is a local myth that the entire land of Pokhara floats on the Seti river.
Overnight at Hotel.
Pokhara/ Kathmandu (200 Kms. / 6-7 Hrs)
Early morning, see sunrise and after breakfast, drive to Kathmandu, on arrival check in at Hotel. Enroute visit Bhaktapur City. Bhadgaon)Bhaktapur : Situated at an altitude of 1,401 m, Bhaktapur covers an area of four square miles. Bhaktapur or “the City of Devotees” still retains the medieval charm and visitors to this ancient town are treated with myriad wonders of cultural and artistic achievements. The past glory of the Malla rulers continue to be reflected at the Durbar Square. Pottery and weaving are its traditional industries. The city lies about 14 km east of Kathmandu Bhaktapur Durbar square, the city contains many temples and other architectural showpieces like lion gate, statue of King Bhupatindra Malla, Picture gallery, the golden gate, the palace of 55 windows, batsala temple and bell of barking dogs, the replica of Pashupatinath temple. Afternoon free enjoying Panoramic view of Kathmandu valley.
Overnight at Hotel.
After early breakfast drive to Tibet Border
Enjoy with Elephant Ride at Chitwan national Park
Request For Quotes
- Three Nights stay at Hotel in Kathmandu on CPAI
- Two Nights stay at Resort in Chitwan on JPAI
- Two Nights stay Hotel in Pokhara on CPAI
- Assistance at Tribhuvan Intl. Apt.
- Arr/Departure Txfs in Kathmandu by A/c Vehicle
- Four H/Day City tours in Kathmandu with Guide by A/c Vehicle covering:
- KTM City + Swayambunath
- Boudhnath + Pashupatinath
- Patan + Tibetan Refugee Centre
- Kathmandu/Chitwan/Pokhara/Kathamndu Tpt(4 O/nights) by A/c Vehicle
- Jungle entrance & jungle activities in Chitwan as per resort’s itinerary
- One H/Day City tour in Pokhara with local ESG covering Seti Gorge, Bindebasini Temple, Devi’s Fall & boating at Pehowa lake
- One H/Day Sarangkot excursion with local ESG guide
- All current applicable taxes(13% VAT +10% Service charge)