Kathmandu Valley and Chitwan tour start in the valley where you explore different World Heritage Sites dispersed in Kathmandu, Lalitpur (Patan) and Bhaktapur. These places illustrate Kathmandu’s ironic cultural heritage with its architectural geniuses and the antique Hindu and Buddhist relics.
Throughout this journey, we also explore Nagarkot, a village in the hills of Bhaktapur, which is a perfect destination for spectacular Himalayan sights. Lastly, the trip ends exploring over Chitwan, well-known for covering Chitwan National Park which is also one of the famous World Heritage Sites. In the humid sub-tropical jungles of Chitwan we relish bird-watching and a sloppy expedition by elephant-back while also receiving accustomed to the ethnic values of the province.
Day 1: Arrival in Kathmandu (1,300 m/4,264 ft)
After you arrive in Kathmandu, we will pick you from the airport and take to your desired Hotel. There you can either rest whole day or travel around. In the evening, you will be enjoying a welcome dinner organized by Hop Nepal getting familiar with the country's food culture.
Day 2: Traveling around Kathmandu
After early morning breakfast, we start to explore different Sites within Kathmandu that includes Kathmandu Durbar Square, Swayambhunath Temple, Pashupatinath Temple and The Bouddhanath.
Day 3: Exploring around Patan and Bhaktapur and Sunrise or Sunset views from Nagarkot
Patan Durbar Square has extensive ranges of ancient arts and planning. We also travel around Bhakatpur which is an appealing city with a faithful local existence conserved more than centuries of separation from the busy city Kathmandu.
While travelling around the city square, you can appreciate the Nyata-Pola Temple, the Golden Gate, water spouts and the 55 Window Palace which combine mutually to offer a mood of an enchanted open-air theater to its guests. We also dip ourselves in the true fragility of the residents in Bhaktapur.
Today we also travel Nagarkot, a community in Bhaktapur with 7,200 ft and assertions splendid Himalayan panoramas. It is also famous for its sunrise and sunset sights of the Himalayas.
Day 4: Drive to Chitwan (815 m/2,674 ft)
After early morning breakfast, we head towards Chitwan positioned 175 km from Kathmandu. We go downhill with the curving road on the banks of the Trishuli Stream. After reaching the hotel, there will be a meeting on the events we will be involved in throughout our visit in Chitwan.
Afterward, we hike on the banks of the Rapti River to relish the evening in the sub-tropical forests of Chitwan. In the evening, we relish dinner together with a transitory cultural package demonstrating the ethnic dances exclusive to the Chitwan area of Nepal.
Day 5: Chitwan National Park
In the morning, we will be riding on elephants for a jungle safari over thick plains to check out natural world in its natural environment. After breakfast, we travel around the elephant stables and relish the elephant bathing. Throughout the afternoon, we can move over the forests trailed by a canoe ride downward to the Rapti River.
While canoeing, you can enjoy at the Gharial and Mugger crocodiles together with fresh water dolphins, otters and various water birds. Or, else you can also go for bird viewing or nature walks and get closer to a diversity of wildlife available in the park.
Day 6: Drive from Chitwan to Kathmandu
In the morning, we enjoy bird-watching as Chitwan National Park is also residence to a huge assortment of inhabitant and wandering flora and fauna. After having breakfast, we head towards Kathmandu. and appreciate our farewell dinner to have a good time in Nepal.
Day 7: Final departure
Today is your last day at Nepal. We will take you to the airport around 3 hours earlier the planned flight.
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