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Nepal tour
KATHMANDU VALLEY:
The Kathmandu valley studded with centuries old temples, stu-pas and fascinating palaces is situated between the Himalayan and the Mahabharat ranges. It has three main ancient city-states called Kathmandu, Patan and Bhaktapur among other many small settlements endowed with many cultural and social heritages. Each of these three cities boasts of their grand courtyards, the unmatched beauty of its architecture, grandeur of its historical monuments, magnificent colours of festivities and above all - the welcoming smiles and true hospitality of the people living there.

Kathmandu Durbar Square: (World Heritage Site)
" Kasthamandap", the wooden structure built from a single tree trunk middle of the temples in the 12th century i.e. the Malla period is one of the many architectural buildings at the Durbar Square to visit. In fact, Kathmandu, the largest metropolitan city in Nepal and the nation's capital derived its name from it. While walking further to the north from here you will find the terrifying Black Bhairab locally known as 'Kaal Bhairab'. Adjacent to the God stands the magnificent Taleju Temple, which also dominates the Durbar Square area. The erotic figures carved in the temple struts, extraordinary architecture of the palace building resulted from the great rivalry among the then rulers of the three city-states in the Kathmandu valley and other highly admired monuments are worth exploring on foot. If you are interested in watching how the ancient Nepalese rulers lived you may take a walk in the old palace, and climb up to the nine-storey palace, and enjoy the view of the city center.

POKHARA:
Pokhara — the heart-winning paradise in the Kingdom is situated at 200 km west of Kath impressive mountains called Machhapuchre (literallj tion 'The Fish Tail') and the Annapurna range attract your fellow trekkers to enjoy a relaxing holida] Pokhara area. Pokhara is a perfect blend of fascinating tains, beautiful lakes, artistic and sacred temples, caves and exciting spots such as Sarangkot, Naudand day's hiking. Hence, Pokhara is the second most tourist destination in Nepal.

CHITWAN:
Royal Chitwan National Park, the first national park of the Kingdom is probably the best wildlife sanctuary in Nepal. The typical elephant grass in the jungles of Chitwan provies perfect disguise to the wild animals. A good population of the most graceful Royal Bengal Tigers, rare one-horned rhino, bison, wild boars, leopard make Chitwan very popular. Lamitaal, the lake and the river named Budhi Rapti inside the park is the home to the water birds, marsh muggers and the graceful gharials. Cruising down the Budhi Rapti on a dugout canoe highlights the jungle safari trip.

Bhaktapur:
Bhaktapur is the medieval town known as Bhadgaon. One of the Malla kings built this conch shell shaped town in the 9th century. You will see the unique palace with a golden gate and a single window with 55 openings at the Durbar Square. The statue of Great King Bhupatindra Malla, one of the rulers of the Bhaktapur city-state sitting on the stone lotus set on a stone pillar still prays to the Almighty Goddess Taleju in front of the Golden gate at the Durbar Square that he created during his reign in the beginning of the 17th century. This exquisite statue of King Bhupatindra Malla is the greatest single masterpiece of the Malla dynasty in Bhaktapur.

Patan Durbar Square: (World Heritage Site)
Patan is also called Lalitpur, the beautiful city or the center of fine arts and superb craftsmanship. It has more than 55 major temples and 200 courtyards. The most famous and artistic temple is the Krishna Mandir dedicated to Lord Krishna. Major events mentioned in the great Hindu epic called Mahabharat are carved in the stones. This temple is an outstanding masterpiece of Nepalese stone craftsmen. You need to explore some of the hidden sacred shrines such as Mahaboudha popularly known as the temple of thousand Buddha and The golden temple beyond the Durbar Square area to familiarize with the artistic treasure of Patan. If you want see the temple architecture you need to visit the Bhimsen temple and the Kumbheswor temple too. King Bhaskar Varma built this three-storey temple called Hiranya Varna Mahabihar in the 12th century. This is the good example of the architectural masterpiece in Patan. It has the outlook of a Hindu temple but in reality it is the Buddhist shrine. You will find the image of Lord Buddha in it. This is how Nepalese have blended Hinduism and Buddhism to maintain the religious harmony.
If you want to see how Tibetan refugees weave woolen carpets you need to visit the Tibetan Refugee Camp at Jawalakhel where lightheaded youths giggling and singing hand weave carpets. You will have some ideas of the weaving of the famous Tibetan hand knitted carpets.

Thamel:

Just 20 minutes leisurely walk from the city center takes you to the busy streets at Thamel - another interesting and lively commercial tourist spot. You can buy anything you need and you want. Not only buy but also sell the things you do not need. The narrow but clean streets at Thamel are crowded with overseas visitors, street vendors, vehicles and street hawkers throughout the year. You can enjoy the busy street just strolling or enjoy a nice meal at the restaurants or stay overnight at a lodge for a meager price.

Bouddha: (World Heritage Site)
Bouddha at the eastern suburb of Katmandu is one of the largest stupas in Nepal. The painted eyes of Lord Buddha on the huge white dome are very impressive. One hundred and eight images of Buddha and one hundred and forty seven prayer wheels "mane" decorate the base of the Stupa. Newars call this stupa "Khasti Chaitya" means the stupa made from dewdrops. Tibetans call it "Yambhu Chorten" means a large stupa. This stupa has the influence of the Tibetan Buddhism.

Sample tour:
  • DAY 1 Arrival at the Tribhuvan International Airport in Kathmandu and assisted to your hotel.
  • DAY 2 Kathmandu valley sight seeing tour with world heritage site, overnight in hotel.
  • DAY 3-4 Flight to Pokhara (30 minutes) to begin Royal Trek (non tourist area)
  • DAY 5 Back to Pokhara and check in hotel
  • DAY 6 Pokhara for sightseeing
  • DAY 7 Departure by private coach to rafting starting point (4 hours drive) start rafting after lunch, overnight camp at bank of river.
  • DAY 8. After breakfast by private coach to Royal Chitwan National Park (3 hrs. drive) check in hut/lodge. Brief about program.
  • DAY 9. Activities such as endless verities of exotics of birds, elephant ride, photographing of Rhinos ,Crocodiles, Deer, Leopards,Sloth bears and hopefully royal Bengal tigers. Over night in hut/lodge.
  • DAY 10. After breakfast transfer to airport then 25 minutes flight back to capital, kathmandu check in to hotel..
  • DAY 11. Early in the morning one hour Mountain Flight tour to observe the Mount Everest (8848 Mt.) as well as much more panoramic view of the Himalayan range. During the day time tour to Daksinkali Temple,Chovar gorge, Kirtipur one of historical old city.
  • DAY 12. After breakfast departure to sight seeing of Bhaktapur the 12th century city(the medieval city of devotees which well preserved)  after breakfast drive to Nagarkot hilly area and sunset view, over night at hote in the morning sunrise with great himalayan panoramic view.
  • DAY 13. After breakfast departure to hotel. We are free for the day, our last day in Nepal. this is the final opportunity to catch up on souvenir hunting additional tours of valley, temples, monuments. Over night at hotel.
  • DAY 14. Transfer to airport for your destination.


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