This sightseeing and heritage tour offers a wonderful holiday time for any age group. You will visit two major places to feel the historical and cultural situation of Nepal. The natural serenity of the region allows one to relax with adventurous activities like paragliding and hiking. Pokhara is the city of lakes and it is the gateway of trekking to Annapurna whereas Kathmandu provides different flavour. One can enjoy the traditional ritual Newari activities, the old art and craftsmanship. The city has been encircled by four main hills. It’s civilization, and the days since, has contributed a lot to gain for the new visitors.
On your first day, you will be met at the airport and transferred to your hotel. This exciting adventure begins the next morning with a sightseeing tour of Kathmandu. We will visit Swoyambhu, Durbar Square, Bouda and Pashupatinath. Late afternoon, you will travel to Nagarkot for overnight in a local hotel.
An early start will allow you to see a glorious sunrise before walking around this wonderful city. A tour of Bhaktapur will have you exploring Durbar Square. This was named a World Heritage Site for the rich culture, temples and artworks made of wood, metal and stone. We will travel to Pokhara for overnight.
Enjoy a full day of sightseeing after a visit to Sarangkot for a spectacular mountain view before breakfast. Then it’s off to Bindhawasini, Seti Gorge, Davi’s Fall and Guteshwor Cave. We will stay once again at Pokhara.
The next day, you will see the beautiful Nepal landscape as we travel back to Kathmandu for overnight stay. You can also choose to fly back to the city. In the morning, a sightseeing tour of Patan will be followed by an afternoon of shopping and rest.
After breakfast, you will be transported to the airport for your flight home or to continue your journey.
Your adventure awaits!
We are a travel service company run by experienced trekking and tour guides. We specialize in trekking, sightseeing, rafting, mountaineering, jungle safaris and village tours. We provide tours to India, Bhutan and Tibet.