Honeymoon Tour in Nepal

If you are a newlywed couple, we cordially invite you to join us on a Honeymoon Tour in Nepal.

Choosing a vacation spot is never easy, but if you’re looking for a honeymoon vacation, the task will be even more difficult.

Nepal is a fantastic destination for a Honeymoon vacation, as it typically brings you to breathtaking mountain ranges, lakes, valleys, and forests. The Honeymoon is the most anticipated event in a newlywed couple’s life.

You can spend your time here sitting beside the clean nature and enjoying the peacefulness of the atmosphere. It’s not only about our country.

Nepal is known as a land of vibrant cultures, ancient history, and the world’s tallest mountains, but it is also a lovely, romantic, and calm honeymoon location as well as a good opportunity to see Nepalese daily life.

Even if you want to travel to an exotic location to see wildlife and floral forests, or simply treat your sweetheart with a romantic supper in the mountains where you can view the best sunrises and sunsets with your loved one, you can do so.

We provide a variety of Honeymoon trips in Nepal that will fascinate you from the start and keep you interested throughout the trip.

Places to Visit during Honeymoon Tour in Nepal:

For couples planning a trip to Nepal, here is a list of the top romantic vacation spots. Select an appropriate time to visit Nepal with your loved one.

The allure of these sites will entice you to pack your belongings and travel to these breathtaking locations.

Kathmandu Honeymoon Tour: For Its Temples, Nightlife & More:

Kathmandu is a historical city with temples, palaces, museums, and other attractions.

The UNESCO World Heritage Sites include Pashupatinath, Swoyambhunath stupa, Baudhanath stupa, Kathmandu Durbar Square, Bhaktapur Durbar Square, Patan Durbar Square, and Changu Narayan temples. Luxuries, hotels, excellent hospitality, and centuries-old temples and palaces may all be found in Kathmandu.

If you’re around early in the morning or late at night, you’ll want to check out the local bustling market, which is extremely interesting.

Your Honeymoon can be the most unforgettable if you are surrounded by these things.

Things to Do & Places to visit in Kathmandu:

  • Boudhanath Stupa
  • Pashupatinath Temple
  • Visit Narayanhiti Palace Museum
  • Mediation in Kapan Monastery
  • Swayambhunath Temple
  • Kathmandu Durbar Square
  • Garden of Dreams
  • Thamel
  • Guhyeshwari Temple and Many More

Pokhara Honeymoon Tour: For A Romantic Nirvana in The City of Lakes:

Pokhara is an ideal location for a Honeymoon. Pokhara valley is one of Nepal’s most beautiful locations, with stunning lakes such as Phewa, Begnas, and Rupa, as well as Davis Falls, which originate in the Annapurna Himalayan range’s glacier zone.

One of the main reasons to visit Nepal as your Honeymoon destination is the nice climate, which can be found across the country, whether in the plains, deserts, or high mountains.

Things to Do and Places to visit in Pokhara:

  • Paragliding
  • Trekking
  • Bungee Jumping
  • Boating
  • Mountain Climbing
  • Cycling & Mountain Biking
  • Parahawking
  • Meditation & Yoga
  • Ultralight Flight
  • Swimming

Places to Visit:

  • Phewa Tal  | Phewa Lake
  • Begnas Tal | Begnas Lake
  • Annapurna Circuit
  • Rupa Lake | Rupa Tal
  • Tal Barahi Temple | Tal Barahi Mandir
  • Devi’s Fall
  • Ghorepani Poon Hill
  • Sarangkot
  • Bindhyabasini Mandir | Bindhyabasini Temple
  • Gupteshwor Cave
  • Gurkha Museum
  • World Peace Pagoda
  • International Mountain Museum
  • Seti River Gorge
  • Pokhara Regional Museum

Nagarkot Honeymoon Tour: For A Scenic Backdrop:

Nagarkot is only 32 kilometers from Kathmandu and can be reached in a day. Typically, a tourist will spend the night at this location.

Nagarkot is known for its breathtaking sunrise views, which include Mount Everest and the Annapurna Mountains. It is one of the most romantic honeymoon destinations in Nepal.

A visitor’s favored destination for a quick travel from Kathmandu. This location is well-known for its picnic area, and if you’re looking for a fun experience, this is an easy journey to take.

Things to Do and Places to Visit in Nagarkot:

  • Quick Adventure Trip
  • Hiking
  • BBQ
  • Biking
  • Watch the Sunrise
  • Visit Changu Narayan Temple
  • Hike to Chisapani, Dhulikhel, and, Melamchi

Chitwan & Bardiya National Park Honeymoon Tour: Enjoy the thrill of Nature:

Chitwan is another gorgeous destination not far from Kathmandu, Nepal’s capital.

Chitwan National Park is a popular tourist destination known for its Jungle Safaris, Elephant Rides, and Bengal Tiger Spotting.

Chitwan National Park has been designated as a UNESCO World Heritage Site, protecting about 932 square kilometers of forest.

Bardiya National Park is the Terai Region’s largest national park. It is one of Nepal’s protected zones.

Bardia is the best area in the world to see the Bengal Tiger, which is extremely rare. Elephant riding is a popular activity among visitors to Bardia National Park.

Furthermore, because Bardiya is bordered by the Karnali River, you may go white water rafting.

Things to do & Places to visit:

  • Elephant Safari
  • Jeep Safari
  • Bird Watching
  • Elephant Bathing
  • Local Village Tour
  • River Safari by Wooden Canoe
  • Deer Spotting
  • Crocodile Feeding
  • Rafting

Romantic Things to Do in Nepal:

Are you wondering what you may do on your Nepal honeymoon tour? Check out this list for all the details on the fun things you can do with your significant other.

Sightseeing tour:

Alright! Alright! A sightseeing tour is unlikely to be romantic. However, anything you do on your honeymoon in Nepal would be romantic if you have your beloved by your side.

Besides, exploring Hindu temples and Buddhist monasteries on a honeymoon excursion isn’t such a horrible idea.

Helicopter Ride:

As conveyed in the headline, take a helicopter tour with your significant other and enjoy the aerial view of Nepal’s major Himalayas like: Mt. Everest, Mt. Cho Oyu, Mt. Ama Dablam, Mt. Makalu, Mt. Gosainthan, Mt. Dorje Lhakpa, Mt. Gauri-Shanker, and Mt. Pumori and you might also enjoy the bridal photography.

Visit to Gokyo Lake:

The scenery and setting of the Gokyo lakes in the Dudh Koshi Valley would be perfect for honeymoon in Nepal.

These lakes make up the world’s highest freshwater lake system, and they’re one of the greatest Nepal honeymoon spots to visit with your partner.

The lake provides spectacular views of Mt. Everest. It also allows you to camp near the lake. Trekking is another fantastic choice for adventure seekers.

And if you’re looking for some adventure, the portion after that is guaranteed to pique your curiosity.

Nepal Honeymoon Tour FAQs:

Is Nepal Good for Honeymoon?

Yes, Nepal is a fantastic place to visit for a honeymoon because it offers so much more than climbing Mount Everest and scaling peaks, but some couples may like it as well. Pokhara offers some of the most gorgeous lakes in the country, and Kathmandu has numerous interesting cultural sites and no need to mention about the National Parks in the Terai Region.

Which place is suitable for honeymoon in Nepal?

There are many places marked as Honeymoon Destination in Nepal, here are some: Kathmandu, Pokhara, Nagarkot, Jomsom, Chitwan National Park, Bardiya National Park, Illam and many more.

What is the ideal duration for a honeymoon in Nepal?

It totally Depends on your planning and destinations you would like to enjoy; the regular honeymoon tour duration is 4- 6 days.

How much would a honeymoon tour to Nepal cost?

The cost for Honeymoon tour in Nepal starts from $750 excluding the International Flight and Visa process.

What is the best time to go to Nepal for honeymoon tour?

The majority of Nepal’s honeymoon spots are popular all around the year. The finest months to visit Nepal for a honeymoon are October-November and February-April.

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Nepal Tour Complete Guide and FAQs

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:

Is Nepal a safe country to travel to?

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.

How much does a Nepal trip cost?

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.

Is Bandipur Nepal worth visiting?

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.

How do I get from Kathmandu to Bandipur?

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.

How long is the drive from Kathmandu to Chitwan?

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.

How long is the bus ride from Kathmandu to Pokhara?

The bus from Kathmandu to Pokhara should take roughly 8 to 9 hours on average.

How do I get from Pokhara to Chitwan?

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.

What is the best season for this tour?

The best season to visit Pokhara, Kathmandu and Chitwan are during Spring (March May) and Autumn (September October).

What is the cost for the trip?

The cost varies upon the type of tour you take; on an average it ranges from $850- $1100 per person.

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