Bhaktapur – Boudhanath City Tour

Bhaktapur Boudhanath City Tour includes a wonderful visit to UNESCO World Heritage Sites of historical and antiquated religious importance. This exciting tour offers an insightful visit to the fascinating locales of Bhaktapur Durbar Square and Bouddha, where travelers can delight in the wonders of ancient temples, courtyards, stupas etc.

Bhaktapur Durbar Square has many architectural sites showcasing the city’s rich culture and architecture. The three primary squares of Bhaktapur Durbar Square are Dattatrya, Nyatapol, and Taleju. This beautiful historical site is also noted for its enchanting 55 windows (Pachpanna Jhyale durbar), built in 1427 A.D. by King Jitamitra Malla.

Boudhanath, one of the world’s biggest stupas, is the most sacred sites of Buddhist people. Surrounded by numerous monasteries in its immediate vicinity, the Stupa’s ambience is always filled with echoes of horns, trumpets, conches, and the humming of monks and devotees who circumambulate it. The huge mandala at Boudhanath is thought to house the relics of Kashyapa, a Buddha from another age.

Chitlang Tour

If you want to take a much-needed break from your regular workload yet don’t have time to travel long miles, Chitlang is the best place to go near Kathmandu. Situated at an elevation of 1833m, Chitlang is just 22 km southwest of Kathmandu in Makwanpur district. Chitlang has a perfect mix of ancient history and natural beauty. This valley is home to over 160 diverse bird and animal species. You can experience typical village life by staying at one of the many home stays available there. Strolling downhill from Chitlang, you can reach Markhu village, which is home to temples, chaityas, and rich Newari heritage. The popular Chandragiri Hills are located in the southern region of Chitlang.

Chitwan- Lumbini – Pokhara Tour

Chitwan – Lumbini – Pokhara Tour offers unforgettable travel experiences of Nepal. The trip incorporates some of Nepal’s most treasured natural and cultural highlights with an opportunity to closely experience the local lifestyles and exquisite wildlife of southern plains.

Chitwan is well known for Chitwan National Park, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. For quite a while, the Park served as the Royal hunting grounds for Nepal’s Kings and dignitaries and hence the general public was not allowed in for hunting. However, after it was designated as National Park in 1973, it turned into a popular destination for recreational jungle activities. A home to about 68 species of mammals, 544 species of birds, 56 species of herpetofauna and 126 species of fish, the Park offers exciting jungle activities like canoeing, bird watching, jungle drive, nature walk etc. Besides nature and wildlife exploration, Chitwan also provides an opportunity to experience the rich culture of Tharu people, an indigenous community of the region.

Pokhara is a tranquil lake city that lies at the foot of Annapurna Massif. The major attraction of the city is the lively Lakeside, next to serene Phewa Tal, one of Nepal’s largest lakes. While floating on the Lake’s calm surface, you can stop at Tal Barahi, a small island shrine in the center of the lake. International Mountain Museum is the city’s another highlight. Other major attractions that worth a visit are Mahendra Gufa, Tibetan Refugee Camp, Butterfly Museum, Gupetswor Mahadev Gufa, Bat Cave, Seti George and two exclusive viewpoints Sarangot and Peace Pagoda. Sarangot is the highest point on the Pokhara valley rim, offering the spectacular views of the Pokhara Valley, Phewa Lake, and the main spine of the Annapurna peaks (Annapurna South 7195, Annapurna I 7647, Machhapuchure 6997, Annapurna III 7555, Annapurna II 7937, Annapurna IV 7525, Lamjung Himal 6986).

Lumbini, the birthplace of Lord Buddha, is located in the south-western part of Nepal and designated as a World Heritage Site. It is perhaps the most popular tourist destinations in the world, particularly among Buddhists. Tranquil Lumbini garden and monasteries built by various countries are the must-visit sites while in Lumbini. Travellers can also visit Ashok Pillar, International Gautami Nuns shrine, Lumbini Museum, Lumbini International Research Institute, the ruins of ancient stupas and monasteries, the holy pond where mother Maya Devi bathed just after giving birth to Lord Buddha and the newly built Maya Devi temple.

Darjeeling Tour

Darjeeling Tour incorporates seeing nature’s magic and beginning to believe in fantasies. It gives testimony regarding India’s north-eastern corners’ immortal and breath-taking appeal. At the same time, the tour also offers the refreshing beauty of Nepali hills and tea gardens at Ilam. Throughout the trip, the natural magnificence will be complimented by the rich cultural heritages of Sikkim and Darjeeling.

Situated at an altitude of 5500 ft., Sikkim is basically a maze of super-steep valleys thickly forested with lavish subtropical woodlands and rhododendron forests, ascending to the stunning white-top pinnacles of the eastern Himalaya in the north. Gangtok, the capital of Sikkim, is an enchanting and clean town that guarantees the best monasteries and landscape beauties.

Darjeeling, also called the Queen of Hills, is situated in the Shivalik slopes of the lower Himalayan range. Darjeeling, as most other hill stations in India, was set up by the British. Darjeeling, with its majestic snow-covered mountain ridges, dense green forests, cool and tranquil lakes, and a plenty of blossoms, is a picturesque and magnificent retreat. You can also get to ride Toy Train, a World Heritage Site.

Ilam, an eastern Nepali town, has a cool environment, green fields and timberlands, lush tea gardens, and a distinct tea neighbourhood. It relieves you from the crowd of city zones and other emotional strains. The tea pickers’ tunes, which they sing in their local language, are additional unique highlights of this spot. Ilam also offers the stunning views of snow-capped mountains, refreshing tropical and temperate forests, gurgling lakes, and a diverse flora and fauna.

Ghandruk Tour

If you want to experience authentic culture, tradition and beauty of Annapurna foothills, Ghandruk Tour is perfect for you. Ghandruk Tour takes you on an exciting journey to the charming village of Ghandruk via alluring lakeside city Pokhara. Pokhara, a city adorned by the stunning views of Machhapuchhre, is located next to tranquil Phewa Lake. The city is also the starting point of many Annapurna Treks and offers many sightseeing opportunities at its popular sites that include Tal Barahi, International Mountain Museum, Mahendra Gufa, Tibetan Refugee Camp, Butterfly Museum, Gupetswor Mahadev Gufa, Bat Cave, Seti George and two exclusive viewpoints Sarangot and Peace Pagoda.

Ghandruk village is one of the most stunning villages in Annapurna trail. Located at an elevation of 2012m above sea level, it is populated by Gurungs, a Nepali ethnic community that maintains its vibrant culture and tradition. The village offers stunning close-up view of the Annapurnas, which is mesmerizing at dusk and dawn. The trip winds through rhododendron forests and fascinating typical villages, along with the spectacular views of Annapurna peaks (Annapurna South 7195, Annapurna I 7647, Machhapuchure 6997, Annapurna III 7555, Annapurna II 7937, Annapurna IV 7525, Lamjung Himal 6986.)