Our airport representative from Adventure Glacier Treks will greet you at the arrival gate of Tribhuvan International Airport (TIA), Kathmandu. And you will be transferred to a hotel, after which there will be a briefing about the necessary procedure. Depending on your arrival time, you can spend your free time visiting nearby temples or taking a rest.
After breakfast, your guide and a private vehicle will arrive at your hotel, and you will visit Pashupatinath and Boudhanath Stupa and SwayambhuNath Stupa. Overnight stay in a hotel.
Drive to Gorkha, the ancient home of the Shah Dynasty Kings and the birthplace of the first Gurkha soldiers, after breakfast at the hotel. Visit the Gorkha Palace complex, which was erected in the 17th century and consists of a temple, palace, and fort, after relaxing in the resort. The view of the Manaslu range is quite stunning from here.
Traceback 23 kilometers to connect with the Kathmandu-Pokhara route after breakfast at the hotel. The drive passes several roadside bazaars and villages while providing fantastic views of the Himalayas. After registering at the hotel and riding a nice boat to travel across the lake to the Barahi Temple,
Take a 2-and-a-half-hour climb to Sarangkot after breakfast for spectacular views of the Annapurnas, Machhapuchhre, and Dhaulagiri on a clear day. Drive back to Pokhara after taking a nap atop the mountain. visiting Davis Falls, Gupteswar Cave, Seti Gorge, etc. for sightseeing.
Drive to Tansen, known as the Queen of the Nepali Hills, after breakfast. The town spreads across a ridge, its stone alleys lined with lovely Newar homes. The famous viewing point over Tansen, Srinagar, provides magnificent Himalayan vistas.
Drive to Lumbini, the birthplace of Lord Buddha, after breakfast. The journey is fascinating because of the way the route curves. Visit the Lumbini Garden after being fresh in the hotel. You will view the Ashokan pillar, which denotes the location of Buddha's birth, and the Queen Mayadevi Temple. Staying at a hotel
We will go on a drive to Chitwan National Park, one of Asia's best-preserved natural habitats for the big one-horned rhinoceros, the Royal Bengal tiger, and several other imperiled mammals, avian species, and aquatic species. Take a quick stroll to the village of the Tharu indigenous people, whose way of life hasn't changed in a century.
We will go out canoeing in the Rapti River after breakfast to observe the avian wildlife. If you're lucky, you could get to witness the Gharial, an endangered type of crocodile. During the 30-minute boat ride, you will stop at an elephant breeding facility, where you may interact with young elephant calves and learn how elephants are captured in the wild, domesticated, and educated to work for humans.
Option: Following the canoe ride, those who are interested and have made prior reservations may go on a 3-hour jungle walk tour. The entire jungle walk and the trek are conducted on foot under the expert guidance of shikaris. You'll go back to riding an elephant to explore the park's wildlife and vegetation after lunch. Wonderful experience! One cannot miss the enormous one-horned rhinoceros. Sambars have spotted deer, and wild boars are among the other creatures that are frequently sighted.
You will be taken on a morning birdwatching expedition by our knowledgeable and experienced birdwatching guides. A sanctuary for bird lovers, Chitwan National Park is home to over 500 distinct kinds of resident and migratory birds. Breakfast is served at the hotel, where you are also free to linger until the afternoon.
You will embark on a Jeep safari following lunch. Various forms of vegetation, including wetlands, meadows, a sal forest, etc., will be seen as you travel. We will give you a trip to the "20,000 Lake" in the park's buffer zone forest, where the odds of spotting animals are not less than usual if the park administration does not permit vehicle safaris in the park.
Drive to Daman after breakfast through the winding route that has been carved out of the hills that are heavily wooded with rhododendron blooms. Rhododendron blossoms turn the woodland red in the spring, giving the appearance that the entire forest is on fire. Daman, which is 2400 meters above sea level, boasts a clear-day vista of Mount Everest.
Get up early in the morning for the most beautiful sunrise view in the world! After that, we will have breakfast and head toward Kathmandu.
sightseeing in the historic district of Bhaktapur, which served as the Malla Kings of Nepal's first capital. The town is the best example of how medieval and old arts and architecture have been preserved. Go to Thimi, a typical Newari settlement close to Bhaktapur. sightseeing at Bungamati and Patan. When you visit the town, you will understand why Patan is known as the "City of Arts and Crafts." Following Patan, you will travel to Bungamati, another Newari village, where you will have the opportunity to interact with the locals and see their way of life.
You might go on an expedition today to any of the hill resorts that are located in the hills that surround Kathmandu. An early morning excursion pays off with a spectacular dawn vista of the Himalayan range.
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