Incredible Nepal Tour
Incredible Nepal Tour is a 14 Day adventure that takes travelers to the most awe-inspiring places in Nepal. In this incredible travel across Nepal, we visit the National Park of Chitwan, spirits of Lumbini, beauty of Tansen & Pokhara, sunrise of Nagarkot and cultural heritages of Kathmandu Valley.
Incredible Nepal Tour kicks off Exploring the World Heritage Sites of Kathmandu and Patan
Explore Pashupatinath, the greatest Hindu Pilgrimage in the World. As you walk around the stoned pavements, banks of River Bagmati, you will come across spiritual gurus, faithful worshipers, vendors and animals that stroll. What will catch your attention is the public cremation of dead bodies by the bank of River Bagmati, an ancient Hindu tradition that lives up to this day.
Later, we will explore Swaymabhunath, a top pilgrimage site for Buddhists. Climb up the steep stairs to enjoy the magnificent view of the Stupa and Kathmandu Valley. Later, we will visit Boudhanath, another Buddhist stupa located in the central Nepal.
Chitwan National Park Tour – Nepal’s incredible natural heritage
A 5-6 hour drive will bring us to the forest resorts of Chitwan, where we will enjoy a magnificent sunset, Tharu Cultural show and a delicious meal in the middle of the largest National Park in Nepal. Next day starts early morning with bird watching activity. This expands to a jungle walk, a visit to the Elephant Breeding Center, a jungle safari and boating in the river.
All of this activity brings forward the exotic and rare species living in the deep jungles of Chitwan. Be amazed to witness the amazing one horned rhino, crocodiles, wild elephants, birds, rodents, wild insects and the Bengal Tiger with exploration.
Explore the birth place of Gautam Buddha – Lumbini
Lumbini is one of the most important places in Nepal. This is due to its link to the Prince that founded and spread the way of life to the world – now known as Buddhism. Siddhartha Gautam was born in Lumbini as a crown prince. The ruins of his Palace are still visible, along with various inscriptions of followers that have traveled to the place since the last 2600 years.
Today, Lumbini is protected as a UNESCO World Heritage Sites and is filled with monasteries, Stupas and temples build to pay homage to the great founder of Buddhism.
Incredible Nepal Tour to Tansen and Pokhara
Tansen is an ancient hill town inhabited by the Magar, an ethic group of Nepal. Besides a great view of the mountains, hills and rivers, Tansen is also a culturally and historically significant destination. This place was a trade capital and a strong fort of the Sen Dynasty in the past. As in the present, it is one of the most locally popular travel destinations in the country.
Pokhara is definitely something you shouldn’t miss traveling in an incredible Nepal Tour itinerary. Full of lakes, green hills and agricultural land, Pokhara is beautiful beyond words. Boating in the Fewa Lake as the sun goes down, or chill by the lakeside watching the reflection of the great Annapurna Massif on the surface. For meaninful exploration, we will travel to the Sarangkot hill for an overnight stay and a sunrise. Later, we will also visit the Peace Pagoda Stupa, Davis Falls, and the Tibetan Refugee Camp.
Watch Incredible Sunrise from the Hills of Nagarkot
Back at Kathmandu Valley, we will travel to the hilltop in the east, known as Nagarkot Hill. We will stay at one of the top class hotel in the area and enjoy a great evening with delicious food, bonfire and fun. The highlight of the trip – wake up early the next day to watch the Sunrise over the Himalayas. Nagarkot is the best view point in the valley to watch the great Himalaya in the north. The morning will fill your spirit and you will probably never forget this moment in your life.
Explore Kathmandu, Pokhara and Lumbini in this 14-day Incredible Nepal tour with Hiking Adventure Treks. Scroll down for detailed itinerary, trip inclusions and other details of this trip. Happy travel with us.
Hiking Adventure organizes treks and tours in Nepal, Tibet and Bhutan.
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