Nepal Experience Tour facilitates travelers with a sense of the Nepal's rich culture and astonishing natural landscapes. You can explore the country’s amazing wealth including world's highest peak, Mt. Everest and the birthplace of Lord Buddha. There are various ethnic groups living in a histrionic landscape that increase from 150 meters in the south to 8,848 meters at the summit of Mt Everest in the north.
Nepal Experience Tour is a stimulating combination of adventure to sense and discover the amazing and the assorted Nepalese landscape and culture that will please both mind, body, and spirit. This Tour favors everyone willing to explore the beauty of this slight but naturally wealthy country in a partial amount of time. With a mixture of adventure and vacation, this tour assures its travelers fun to the maximum.
Day 1: Arrival in Kathmandu (1,300 m/4,264 ft)
We will welcome you at Tribhuvan International Airport (TIA) in Kathmandu and take you to the hotel. After check-in, we take a rest or roam around. In the evening, we will be enjoying welcome dinner getting familiar with Nepalese cuisine.
Day 2: Beautiful Mt. Everest Flight and exploring Kathmandu
After early breakfast, we move for an hour-long mountain flight and get the nearby probable aerial sights of the world’s highest mountain, Mt Everest, the world’s second highest mountain, Kanchenjunga and other high Himalayas together with a vibrant sight of the Tibetan Highland. In the noon, we explore World Heritage Sites in Kathmandu that are Kathmandu Durbar Square, Pashupatinath Temple, Boudhanath Stupa and the Swayambhunath Stupa.
Day 3: Fly to Pokhara and trek to Ulleri (2050 m/6725 ft)
We take a flight to Pokhara after early breakfast. We can enjoy incredible sights of the Himalayas from the right part of our airplane. On your entrance in Pokhara, the attractive lake city, we are satisfied with superb sights of the Himalayas that includes Dhaulagiri, Manaslu, Machhapuchhare, the 5 summits of Annapurna and others.
After some rest, we move to Naya Pul and begin the walk. We move via sub-tropical gorge forests, sometimes on the engraved path on the side of the cliff. After lunch, we pass the Modi Khola (river) through a suspension bridge to the community of Tikhedhunga. The Ulleri Hill with lots of phases and stones that frequently move uphill will truly show a test of our energy.
Day 4: Ulleri-Ghorepani (2750 m/ 9020 ft)
In the morning, we climb to the Ghorepani community. The term Ghorepani in Nepali indicates ‘horse-water’ owed to its part as a significant area for dealers before it developed a trekker's point. Ghorepani is an exciting place with tiny shops and shops to sell local products and crafts.
We move to the higher part of the Ghorepani community that provides panoramic sights of the nearby highlands that includes Annapurna South and Nilgiri peaks. As Ghorepani is situated just higher compared our prior stop, we start to experience the frigid weather particularly in the sunsets.
Day 5: Ghorepani to Poon Hill to Tadapani (2,700m/8,860 ft)
To view the sunrise on the Himalayas, we go for an early morning ascent through the sheer path to the viewing platform of Poon Hill the most widespread walking end of the Annapurna area and a great lookout to adore wonderful sights of Mustang, Pokhara and over 20 of the uppermost mountains that includes the detail views of the Annapurna and Dhaulagiri assortments. The snowy mountains of the high peaks appear above and round us shining in the morning sunlit.
After captivating photos and drinking some coffee or tea or hot chocolate, we get back to Gorepani. After having breakfast, we proceed east and ascent a near edge. We incline over rhododendron jungles, cross by remarkable waterfalls throughout the way and arrive Tadapani to devote the night.
Day 6: Tadapani to Ghandruk (1,940m/6,360 ft)
From Tadapani, we have a sheer descent via the condensed and shady jungle. This portion of the journey will be via a thick woodland of old rhododendron trees, that when are in blossom, essentially turn into gardens of amazing red flowers when perceived from the air or from far. By noon, based on the travelling peroid, we will be enjoyably astonished by the view of cherry flowers in bloom on the hills on the other side of the gorge.
After walking for some time, we arrive the community of Ghandruk, a slope settlement with stone lines generally settled by the Gurung people. Together with relishing the immense sights of the Fishtail, Annapurna South, and Hiunchuli highlands, we also familiarize ourselves with the humble yet amusing ethnic traditions of the Gurung community at the Gurung Museum in Ghandruk.
Day 7: Ghandruk to Pokhara (823m/2,700ft)
Today, we walk from Ghandruk towards Naya Pul then return Pokhara. The journey will be effortless throughout the to Birethanti. We pass on a stairway covered with stone slabs, warped in and out of the community trailed by adjoining farms. It keeps moving down nearly deprived of any break from Ghandruk till Modi Khola river gorge. When we reach at Birethanti, some of us may feel like we only contributed in a simple marathon. But our trial is not finished yet. From Birethanti, a 30 mins walk towards Naya Pul. The trip on foot ends Nayapul.
Day 8: Exploring Pokhara
After breakfast, we move towards Sarangkot, a peak that overlooks the Annapurna and Dhaulagiri assortments in the north and Pokhara town in the south. There, we check out astonishing sights of the sunrise in the huge Himalayas. We then return Pokhara and start exploring the city’s benchmarks. Davis Fall is a limited waterfall that drifts straight into a slender and profound waterway without any end. The Shiva Cave is situated nearby Davis Fall and lines a monument devoted to Lord Shiva, a prime Hindu God.
Day 9: Drive from Pokhara to Chitwan (815 m/2,674 ft)
In the morning, we move from Pokhara to Chitwan, a city situated at the base of the Churia assortment and famed for covering Chitwan National Park (CNP), the initial national park in Nepal. There you will be enjoying jungle/nature walks relevant to the national park. Throughout nature walks we relish the extensive assortment of wildlife and devote some time bird watching.
Day 10: Chitwan National Park
Today, we stimulate the animal lover within us. In the morning, we will be mounted on elephant backs for a jungle safari via condensed grasslands to view nature in their natural environment. In the morning, we explore the elephant sheds and even relish bathing the elephants. Throughout the afternoon we can either pass via the forests by Jeep or followed by a canoe ride downward the Rapti River.
Day 11: Drive from Chitwan to Kathmandu
After breakfast, we get busy with birding as Chitwan National Park is also residence to a wide assortment of inhabitant and migrant birds. Then we return Kathmandu. Our trip will be on the Terai grasslands while in and nearby Chitwan and slowly proceed towards a more curving road as we come near to Kathmandu. During the way, we can adore the gorgeous mountainous topographies and tiny houses. We arrive Kathmandu in the sunset and will enjoy dinner there.
Day 12: Final Departure
Today is last day at Nepal. We will take you to airport and you will take a flight back to your place.
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