Our Best Nepal Tour is an 11-day immersion into the cultural and natural beauty of Nepal. Our country has countless places for recreational tourism. It not possible for any tourist to visit them all on their visit to Nepal. However, we are here to help you see the top-recommended spots in Nepal in a timely manner. Full of beautiful valleys, wonderful mountain ranges, amazing wildlife, and historical places, Nepal is an exciting country for outdoor recreational activities. In our Best Nepal Tour, you will go to some of the most popular cities and wildlife areas of Nepal to experience beauty unlike in any other place.
The Best Nepal Tour starts in Kathmandu. This capital city is a cultural and well as a religious hotspot where you will find plenty of fascinating temples that stretch across the city. Next, you will head to Pokhara, a magical valley that is nestled under the Annapurna Mountains. The city is home to some of the most beautiful lakes in the country.
From Pokhara, you will go to Tansen - a town that has a rich history but is relatively unknown among travelers. Your next destination after you have explored Tansen is Lumbini - the birthplace of Lord Buddha and an emblem of peace and harmony in our country.
Your final destination is a thrilling adventure in Chitwan National Park. This park is a wholesome adventure where you are most likely to encounter exotic animals and plants that are preserved in this region.
To suit your interest, we allow you to choose the means of transportation that you like. You can either travel by airways or roadways.
One of the biggest reasons that the Best Nepal Tour is so popular is that it gives you a chance to explore all the various possibilities you can imagine while traveling. Explore the glory of nature - from towering Himalayan peaks outside Pokhara to the warm lowlands of Terai in Chitwan. You’ll come out a tad smarter after brushing past museums. You’ll explore the diversity in culture between each region and gain an appreciation of the animal as well as the plant kingdom.
A Best Nepal Tour is your chance to explore all the possibilities that you can have with 11 days in Nepal. Let us take a closer look at the places you will go to during this recreational tour.
Food and Accommodation
Throughout the trip, you will reside at some of the most beautiful hotels and lodges of each region. We will arrange the best-recommended 3-star hotels with bed and breakfast service for you during this tour. In Chitwan, the hotel provides all breakfast, lunch, and dinner for you. You can try various street foods or special local food only found in certain places. Palpa and Kathmandu are famous for Newari food. You will also have plenty of opportunities to shop or buy souvenirs of your choice. Any changes or upgrades in accommodation can be done upon your request. Also, let us know about any special dietary requests.
Kathmandu is the heart of Nepal’s culture, history, art. Various UNESCO World Heritage Sites lie here. Kathmandu Durbar Square, also known as Basantapur Durbar Area, is one of the most important historical places, where you'll find many palaces in which kings of medieval times lived. Swayambhunath Stupa provides a panoramic view of the Kathmandu Valley from a hilltop. Above the base of the temple lies a cubical structure in which the eyes of the Buddha are inscribed in all directions. Pashupatinath is a temple on the banks of the Bagmati River. Devotees come to pay homage to Lord Shiva. There is also a cremation ground that lies here, visible from the temple. Boudhanath Stupa, arguably the most peaceful spot in Kathmandu, is a religious destination for both Hindus and Buddhists has 29 monasteries and nunneries around it.
Pokhara is Nepal's outdoor paradise, oozing beauty with its extraordinary landscape. Boating on Phewa Lake is a must-try activity in Pokhara. This stop also has various religious sites. Bindhyabasini is a temple that is dedicated to the Hindu deity Bhagwati. This temple is considered to be one of the Shaktipiths in this country. Barahi is a two-story temple that is constructed in the pagoda style. It is located in the east section of the Phewa Lake and is dedicated to the Goddess Barahi. Another highlight of this city is Devi’s Fall - a glorious waterfall with many legends about it - ask the locals about it.
You will also go to the Tibetan refugee camp and the museum to learn about Tibetan culture. Pokhara is a great place to souvenir shop for things like clothing, carpets, and rugs, wooden carvings, rings, and bracelets, etc.
Tansen is an underrated hilly town in Nepal that lies midway between Pokhara and the Indian border. This town has artistic Newari houses, cobbled bazaar, lush green hills, and the bank of the Kali Gandaki River. Tansen Durbar is a major attraction of this town. It is a grand palace that was built in 1927. Rani Mahal, also considered to be the Taj Mahal of Nepal, is a beautiful palace located in the banks of the Kali Gandaki river of Tansen. It is one of the most popular tourist attractions in this region. Also, we visit the Bhagwati Temple and Amar Narayan Temple, which are places of religious importance.
Lumbini, the birthplace of Lord Buddha, is one of the major tourist attractions in the southern part of Nepal. Lumbini is home to many monasteries, ancient monuments, museums, and a research institute. The most popular place in Lumbini is the Maya Devi Temple. It is believed that Buddha was born here. There is a pool outside this temple where Buddha is said to have taken a dip after his birth.
There are lots of monasteries in Lumbini. The most notable ones are the Chinese Monastery, World Peace Pagoda, Myanmar Golden Temple, and Dharma Swami Maharaja Buddha Vihar. The Ashoka Pillar, which was built by King Ashoka, is a place where devotees light up incense sticks to place on the sides of this pillar.
Chitwan National Park is a World Heritage Site and homes to various wild animals like Bengal Tigers, One-horned rhinoceros, and Asiatic elephants. You can go on a jungle safari in this national park and have a thrilling time in the wilderness of nature. Around 540 bird species have been recorded in this area. You can find many exotic reptiles like gharial and mugger crocodiles, monitor lizard, rock python and king cobra. We take you on a jungle safari through Chitwan National Park either on the back of an elephant or in a jeep. Either way, you will have plenty of opportunities to spot all sorts of plants, animals, and birds in this natural site. At the end of our Chitwan experience, we watch a traditional Tharu dance show, yet another memorable night.