Starting price per adult
Rs. 8,500 + Air Fare
for 4 Nights and 5 Days
Welcome to Kathmandu - The capital of Nepal. On arrival at Kathmandu Airport, begin your tour of 'Blissful Nepal'. Post customs and immigration, you will be met just outside the arrival hall and get transferred to your hotel. Rest of the day is at leisure. Stay overnight at the hotel.
After breakfast at hotel, Full Day City tour of Kathmandu, enjoy a Full Day city tour of Kathmandu, visiting temples of Pashupatinath, Bouddhanath, Swayambhunath, temple of the living Goddess and stroll through the old Durbar Square. The rest of the evening is free to enjoy exploring the markets, pubs and casinos on own. Stay overnight at the hotel.
After breakfast take the transfer to Pokhara, you will proceed on a picturesque drive to the enchanting city of Pokhara. On arrival, check into your hotel. Later embark on a sightseeing tour of Pokhara covering - Fewa Lake, Gupteswar Cave, David’s falls, Seti Gorge, Bindhyabasini Temple and Old City. Stay overnight at the hotel.
After breakfast take the transfer to Kathmandu, where on arrival you will check into your hotel. Rest of the day is free for last minute shopping. Stay overnight at the hotel.
Return home with happy memories Today transferred to Kathmandu International Airport for your onward journey.
Kathmandu is rich in temples, buddhist stupas, medieval palaces and shrines. Modern day Kathmandu covers much of the Kathmandu Valley. At its heart are three ancient city states: Kathmandu, Patan and Bhaktapur. In each of these well-preserved centres, life has changed little in several hundred years. The quality of architecture, carvings and castings which survive in abundance are among the best in the world. A number of hindu and buddhist festivals are held each year in different parts of Kathmandu - as well as more widely in Nepal.
Long famous as Nepalís Lake District, Pokhara also offers hidden treasures such as mighty caves, waterfalls, gorges, and canyons, all seemingly carved out lovingly by the gods themselves. No wonder that local legend claims that Pokhara Valley was once the garden of the gods, created so they could get respite from their arduous duties by dancing their days away.
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