15 Days Package Tour: Sightseeing/Trekking
Day 01: Arrival welcomes in Kathmandu Airport and transfer to Hotel Marshyangdi B.B Plan (Three star hotels). 25 minutes drive from airport.
Day 02: Sightseeing tour with an English Speaking guide and private transport and overnight Hotel Marshyangdi with B.B Plan.
Visiting places in Kathmandu:
Bauddhanath Stupa: This, the largest Stupa in Kathmandu valley, is in Baudhha, situated about 8 km east of the main city. Listed as a World Heritage Site, the Stupa is 36 meters high with fascinating monasteries.
Durbar Square: It was built long back between 12th and 18th centuries during the reign of Malla Kings of Kathmandu. Beautiful palaces, temples and courtyards of this place lure the visitors and impress on their memory. This place, the social, religious and urban focal point of the city, is protected as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The palace is one of the attractive monuments having museums inside the building. You will also visit the place of living goddess "Kumari".
Swayambhunath Stupa: It lies on a hillock about 1 kilometer to the west of Durbar Square. Protected as a World Heritage, it is one of the holiest Buddhist places, the establishment of which is said to be as old as the establishment of Kathmandu.
Pashupatinath Temple: The Pashupatinath Temple lies on the Bank of the holy river called BAGMATI. The pashupatinath temple is one of the most popular and holiest temple of Nepal. Only Hindus are allowed to go inside the temple. Just right behind of the Pashupatinath temple you can see the place for cremation.
Day 03: Full day sightseeing with an English speaking guide and private transport in Patan and Bhaktapur
Visiting places in Patan:
Patan Durbar Square: The old palace building with artistic courtyards and graceful pagoda temples of Patan lures the visitors and leave the memory in brain forever. Listed as a World Heritage site, the beautiful palace houses a museum with bronze statues and religious objects. One can see the beautiful and remarkable monument of Hindu god Krishna outside the palace built only of stone during 17th century.
Iba Bahi: As one of the oldest Buddhist monasteries in the valley, Iba Bahi reflects sophisticated architecture of Malla period. This shrine is south to Durbar Square, easily accessible with a two minutes walk.
Kwa Bahal: It is a Buddhist monastery courtyard built in 12th century, which is popularly known as Golden Temple. The monastery building has fine woodcarvings, magnificent to look at.
Visiting Place in Bhaktapur:
Bhaktapur Durbar Square: It is an agglomeration of pagoda and Shikhara-style temples where the visitors can see a palace with fifty-five windows, the unique masterpiece of woodcarving, built in the 13th century. The square presents most attractive showpiece followed by ancient arts. The main gate of the palace is guarded on each side by two huge statues of lions. The palace has the golden gate, which is said to be the beautiful specimen in the world. The gate was built by King Ranjit Malla, which is surmounted by goddess Kali, and Garuda (the mythical bird known as the vehicle of Lord Vishnu). The palace has one beautiful picture gallery containing ancient paintings.
The temple of Batsala Devi (goddess) is another attractive stone temple with complex carvings. It has a famous bronze bell, which is locally called "the bell of barking dogs". Hung by king Ranjit Malla in 1737, the bell used to be rung to notice daily curfew. The other most attractive, luring artifices as well as religious temples of Bhaktapur are Pashupatinath temple (a replica of the famous Pashupatinath temple of Kathmandu).
Nyatapola temple: (a five storey pagoda standing on five terraces built by King Bhupatindra Malla in 1702), Bhairav Nath Temple (a pagoda style temple of lord Bhairav, the dreadful figure of Lord Shiva, built by King Jagat Jyoti Mall)
Other temples: There is one popular temple called Dattatreya, which is built out of the trunk of a single tree in 1427 by King Yaksya Malla. The other beautiful places having unlimited natural beauties of Bhaktapur for the visitors are Suryavinayak, Changu Narayan (named after god Narayan which was built in 323 AD by King Hari Dutta Verma).
Day 04: Drive from Kathmandu to Pokhara by tourist bus and overnight in tourist class hotel in lakeside E.P plan.
Day 05: Sight seeing around Pokhara with private transport and an English-speaking guide and overnight in tourist class hotel in lakeside E.P plan.
Visiting places in Pokhara:
Gupteshowar Mahadev Cave
Start Trekking on day 06th
Chisapani Trek - 10 Days
This trek is mostly good for the older people who can not walk higher up and want to have a nice view over the mountain. The starting point of this trek is just half and hour drive from pokhara called Bijaypur.
Starting from: Pokhara
Ending at: Kathmandu
Highest access of the trek: Chisapani (2500m)
Mode of trekking tour: Camping only
Himalayan sights: Fishtail, Annapurna, Dhaulagiri, Lamjung Himal etc.
Most Attraction of the trek: Perfect view of mountain and gurung culture.
Day to Day Itinerary:
Day 06 Pokhara drive to Bijaypur (30minutes) and trek to Kalikasthan (4 and half hours)
Day 07 Kaliskasthan trek to Lepeni (5 hours)
Day 08 Lepeni trek to Chisapani (6 hours)
Day 09 Chisapani trek to Bhorletar (6 hours)
Day 10 Rest day
Day 11 Bhorletar trek to Namlang (6 and half hours)
Day 12 Namlang trek to Besisahar (4 and half hours)
Day 13 Besisahar drive back to Kathmandu and overnight in Hotel Marshyangdi B.B plan
Day 14 Free for shopping and farewell dinner with cultural dance in the evening and overnight in Highlander Guest house E.P plan or Hotel Marshyangdi B.B plan
Day 15 Transfer to the Airport about 25 minutes from Hotel and Departure
Price: contact us
All ground transportation, Sightseeing tour with an English speaking guide, Hotel Accommodation in Marshyangdi with B.B plan, hotel accommodation in Pokhara (Tourist Stander) E.P plan, all food while on trekking (Breakfast, lunch, dinner), Camping equipments (two men tents, dinning tents, kitchen tents, toilets tents, sleeping bags, mattresses, down jackets), entry fees for trekking, all necessary requirements for Nepalese staffs (meals, insurance, equipments, ground transport), farewell dinner with cultural dance on the last night.
* The departure schedule can be change on any unavoidable circumstances such as weather hazards, natural changes of walking track, road slides, and avalanches, public strikes.
* The above hotel Accommodation can be shifted to another but always in better stander.