Nepal is one of the few nations in the world that provides a well-coordinated package for independent travel. This country gives its guests a sense of “Nirvana” that few other nations can match. Cities in Nepal like Pokhara and Thamel, with their plethora of lively cafés, pizzerias, bakeries, and hiking shops, will transport you to Disneyland, with the exception that you are a traveler seeking adventure.
Nepal tour packages are full of surprises and exploration of the Himalayan Mountains’ wide stretches and lush valleys. It allows you to experience the nation’s wholeness and divine, which is full of calm and harmony.
Nepal Tour Highlights:
- Visiting Nepal’s most popular tourist attractions in Kathmandu Valley, including Kathmandu, Bhaktapur, and Patan, the country’s three most stunning “medieval kingdoms.”
- In Kathmandu, visit Buddhist and Hindu religious historical, pilgrimage, and cultural world heritage sites.
- Elephant back safaris, elephant bathing, canoeing, jungle walks, visits to Elephant Breeding Centers, village walks, bird watching, Tharu cultural programs, and sunset viewing from the riverbank are all popular activities in Chitwan National Park.
- This trip includes a spectacular sunrise and sunset view of Nepal from Sarangkot Pokhara (City of Lake), as well as boating, a beautiful waterfall, and a cave.
- Without trekking from Pokhara, you may enjoy panoramic views of Mt. Annapurna, the world’s highest mountain.
- Sunrise, Sunset, and a Panoramic view of the Himalaya range from Bandipur provide another excellent opportunity to discover green hills, clean and fresh atmosphere.
Nepal Tour Major Attractions:
let us look at the best places to visit in Nepal and the top sites in each city.
Kathmandu is a historic city with a variety of cultural heritage monuments dedicated to Hindu and Buddhist spiritual pilgrims.
Pashupatinath temple, Swayambhunath Stupa, and Boudhanath Stupa are among the fascinating heritage monuments. Kathmandu Durbar Square, Patan Durbar Square, and Bhaktapur Durbar Square are among the valley’s historical palaces.
Pokhara, the City of Lakes, is dominated by several natural attractions such as David Falls, the Seti River Gorge, the steep environs of Fewa Lake, and the scenic Annapurna and Fishtail peaks.
Even cultural sites and visiting centers such as the World Peace Stupa, Matepani Monastery, and others allow you to spend quality time. Pokhara sightseeing trip gives you a wonderful opportunity to see the wonderful city as well as the Himalayan sunrise vista from Sarangkot.
Bandipur is regarded as one of Nepal’s most picturesque towns, as well as a living museum of Newari culture and traditions that has been charmingly preserved in the community. It is apparent that a great deal of effort has gone into making the town tourism-friendly while keeping its original beauty and mystique.
Temples and other civil structures have been repaired to prevent them from damaging, while abandoned buildings have been converted into eccentric cafes and lodges. This town includes beautiful 18th-century architecture, as well as an exclusive pedestrian zone and cafes and restaurants with outside eating, giving it a European flavor.
It’s a one of a kind town to visit in Nepal, and it’s a must-see on every Nepal holiday package.
Chitwan National Park:
The Royal Bengal Tiger, One-Horn Rhino, crocodile, and musk deer are among the endangered species found in Chitwan National Park. The national park, which was established in 1973 A.D. and was designated as a world heritage site in 1984, encompasses 952.6 km2.
Sal trees, Chir pine, rosewood, axle wood, and meadows are among the riverine forests found there. There are almost 700 different species of wildlife, including 68 animal species and 543 bird species.
Various Tharu indigenous settlements may be found in the Chitwan National Park, and they are known for their ethnic hospitality, unique cultural traditions, rituals, and traditional foods. The Tharu cultural groups are well-known for their stick dance, which they perform.
Lumbini is the birthplace of Lord Buddha, a pioneer who propagated the teachings of peace and prosperity, who was born around 2500 years ago.
In Lumbini, you may experience the unique scenery of a variety of historic temples, including the Mayadevi temple, Puskarini pond, Ashoka’s Pillar, monasteries from all over the world, a lovely garden, and many other sites to make your day very wonderful.
Tilaurakot, a prominent Buddhist mythological site, is still open for exploration.
Cost/ Package/ Price for Nepal Tour:
The itinerary we have designed is a very affordable and all-inclusive package suitable for solo travelers to group.
As the price/cost totally depends upon the nature of the tour you take and other personal expenses, but the average budgeted trip cost starts from $750/ person to $1100.
The cost may vary upon seasons. There might be some extra costs to enter the restricted and prohibited places during the tour.
Best Season for Nepal Tour:
The best months to visit are March to May in the spring season, and October to February in the fall and winter seasons.
Much longer daylight hours between March and May, when green hills are bright and lovely with wild flowers in full bloom, particularly rhododendron of many varieties, making the walk more intriguing and unique.
Most days are clear from early morning to late afternoon, but there is a chance of snow in the morning and evening at higher elevations. From mid-September to mid-February, most days are crystal clear from morning to mid-afternoon, days are shorter, as are sunlight hours, and it is significantly colder, with freezing temperatures in the morning and night in the shade.
Nepal Tour Faqs:
Yes, Nepal is one of the safest country to travel solo or with family even during the night time. The people there respects the tourist and show the greatest gratitude.
A 7-day vacation to Nepal costs an average of $999 for a single traveler, $1800 for a couple, and $1850 for a family of four. Hotels in Nepal cost between $25 and $135 per night on average, whereas most vacation rentals cost between $25 and $240 per night for the entire house.
Not only is the village worthwhile, but the climb to Ramkot is also lovely. You stroll around mountain ridges with views of green rice fields, lowlands, and the white Himalayan peaks in the distance.
The distance from Kathmandu is 91 miles (147 kilometers), and the only method to get there is by road, but there are a few possibilities. The fastest and most practical alternative is to arrange a private shuttle, but buses are also available—either way, the route is slow-going on a motorway prone to traffic.
The overland travel from Kathmandu to Chitwan National Park takes roughly five hours on a good day. It’s a beautiful trip that follows the Trisuli Valley for much of the way, with its steep, forested hills and farming communities, before turning south at Mugling and heading for the plains.
The bus from Kathmandu to Pokhara should take roughly 8 to 9 hours on average.
Take a direct flight from Pokhara to Chitwan, which takes about 20 minutes. Only Buddha Air flies directly from Pokhara to Bharatpur on a regular basis. Or you could also take roadway which takes about 5 hours on average.
The best season to visit Pokhara, Kathmandu and Chitwan are during Spring (March May) and Autumn (September October).
The cost varies upon the type of tour you take; on an average it ranges from $850- $1100 per person.