Our Kathmandu Pokhara Chitwan Tour explores the best sightseeing destinations in Nepal. Have a blast discovering the sights and secrets of these wonderful and diverse places. Each city is completely different from one another, each representing a different area of Nepal. Pokhara is the renowned departure point for world-famous mountain treks. Kathmandu is the culturally rich capital in the middle hills, while Chitwan is the teeming jungle destination in the Terai region. We experience these majestic places with you in one convenient package.
Enjoy seeing several of Kathmandu Valley’s awesome UNESCO World Heritage sites. Pashupatinath, at the banks of the Bagmati River, is an ancient Hindu temple and cremation site. Soak in the serenity at Boudhanath. At one of the world’s largest stupas, observe devout Tibetans, Nepalese, and monks as we make laps around the stupa together.
Swayambunath is another famous Buddhist site, and because of the journey to get there and its proximity to Thamel, it is perhaps the Kathmandu temple experience. It is one of the oldest sites in Kathmandu and offers a scenic skyline view of the city. A tour of Kathmandu would not be complete without a visit to Kathmandu Durbar Square. The ancient kingdom is full of intricate stone and wood Newar-style architecture. If we are lucky, we can get a glimpse of the Kumari, Nepal’s living and breathing goddess.
After, we head to Pokhara– the ultimate chill-out place in Nepal. It is a nice getaway from the hustle and bustle of Kathmandu or a perfect wind-down after a tough trek. Hangout along shore of Phewa Lake and prepare for a full day of sightseeing. The next morning, we can wake up early for the jaw-dropping sunrise view from Sarangkot – a pristine mountain viewpoint. Head down to the Peace Pagoda for yet even more awesome views of Pokhara and Phewa Lake.
Spend the rest of the day seeing the spiritual, cultural, and natural wonders that Pokhara offers. We make stops at as many of the following places as you would like: Gupteshwor Cave, Davis Falls, Mahendra Cave, Seti Gorge, and the International Mountain Museum. Each gives its own unique experience. Spend the rest of your time just chilling out around lakeside Pokhara.
Last but not least is the wildlife haven of Chitwan National Park. One could spend weeks in this magnificent wildlife reserve and still not have seen it all. Experience the park through several ways. Take a canoe ride down the Rapti River, home of the rare Gangetic dolphin. Or, take the classic elephant-back safari ride, while keeping your eyes peeled for the Royal Bengal Tiger and the one-horned rhino. Not to worry, you are safe in our hands.
An experience with the Tharu people, natives of the area, is a must. Learn about their language, dress, and day to day lifestyle. The cultural learning adds much value to the overall experience. Enjoy a lovely tasty meal while watching the Tharu cultural dance.
At the end of the memorable Kathmandu Pokhara Chitwan Tour, we cruise on the scenic highway back to Kathmandu.Kathmandu Pokhara Chitwan Tour can take taken any time of the year, just keep in mind that the climate of Nepal can offer different experiences during different times of the year. Third Eye Adventure Treks & Expedition Pvt. Ltd. takes care of all the package details. If you have any questions about the tour, please reach out to us!