Best of Nepal Tour

Best of Nepal Tour



Trexmount Ventures a complete trip “Best of Nepal Tour” covering the wonderful scenic and cultural, historical places within Nepal including a time in Asia’s top Chitwan National Park with a jungle safari and elephant ride.

Starting the tour in Kathmandu historical and cultural places, as Kathmandu valley is stuffed with world heritage sites, old temples, stupas, and royal courtyards.
The tour leads beyond Kathmandu with overnights in scenic Nagarkot hills the highest point of this trip at 2,100 m famous for sunrise and sunset views over the alluring panorama of central/eastern Himalaya range of mountains, and a tour of old Bhaktapur city with ancient Changunararyan temple and then a drive to picturesque Pokhara city with serene lakes and Annapurna Himalaya backdrop and then heading further south to Chitwan National Park for jungle activities famous for birds and wildlife sighting from Royal Bengal Tiger, rhinoceros to many types of deer with other animals.

From here a drive further southwest to the old town of Palpa Tansen to visit the old palace and temples and traditional old medieval town after a nice time conclude this trip with a drive to Lumbini the place of Lord Buddha ‘The Light of Asia’ where the temperature of subtropical climate on the low flat land of Nepal close to India border, after an interesting time here a scenic sweeping flight brings you back to Kathmandu after an overwhelming time on the best parts of Nepal with great services of Trexmount Ventures.



Arrival in Kathmandu and transfer to hotel.

Today, you will arrive in Kathmandu at the Tribhuwan International Airport where our airport representative will pick you up and drop you at a hotel in Kathmandu. 5.2 km, 20 to 30 minutes drive.


Kathmandu city tour

Following breakfast in the hotel, we depart for Swayambhunath. This temple is one of the most enchanting, glorious and the oldest Buddhist stupa in the western part of Kathmandu Valley. It crowns a hill overlooking the Kathmandu Valley offering fantastic views. The gold plated Stupa was made in 5th Century and is also a world heritage site and one of the most powerful pilgrimage sites for Buddhists, where the Red-clad Monks live and pray to their deities. There are painted eyes on the four sides of the spire bases, the symbol of Buddha’s clairvoyant powers. Legend has it that the history of the Valley began with the draining of an ancient lake by an Enlightened Being to reveal the Valley and a lotus flower was transformed into the hill and the shining light became the stupa itself.

Patan Durbar Squire: Patan is one of the major cities of Nepal. Patan is also known for its rich culture, heritage and particularly its tradition of arts & crafts. This is also known as the city of Festivals & Feast.  The squire itself is a cluster of pagodas & stone temples, legends & history – all very interesting to visitors.

Pashupatinath is one of the biggest Hindu temples of Lord Shiva in the world. It is regarded as the most sacred amongst the Temples of Lord Shiva. Only Hindu believers are allowed to enter the Temple premises. Non Hindu visitors are able to look at the Temples from the opposite bank of the Bagmati River.

This Temple has a gold pinnacle which is a symbol of religious thought.

The Temple is of Pagoda style architecture, it has four main doors, all covered with silver sheets and two level roofs which are copper with gold coverings. There is a statue of a large bull near the western door which is also covered in gold. There is a small river by the side of the Temple which is believed to be Holy. Hindus believe that they will go to Heaven if they are cremated on the bank of this river. There will be many cremations happening each day. The Temple is listed as a UNESCO world heritage site.
We continue on to Buddhanath Stupa: This is one of the major focal points for Buddhists. The stupa, also a World Heritage Site, looms 36 meters high and presents one of the most fascinating specimens of stupa design. There are more than 45 Buddhist monasteries in the area. This area is also known as little Tibet because there were many Tibetan refugees who came here in the 1950’s and settled. Overnight Kathmandu. Approx. 6 hours (Meals B)



Scenic drive through Himalayan foothills, river and green valleys to reach Pokhara. Pokhara is a very peaceful and cool city for nice refreshments. We will spend a night in the lake side and gentle walk exploring around the lakeside in the evening. The distance from kathmandu to pokhara is 205 km and drive approx.  6 hours (Meals: B)
(For people with flying option 30 minutes of scenic flight to Pokhara).



Sarankot and tours of Pokhara.

Drive early in the morning to the magnificent hill station Sarangekot to see the Sun rise view & panoramic Himalayan range includes 3 high mountains above 8000m, the Annapurna 1, Dhaulagiri and Manaslu. Sarangekot is situated right in the front of the Pokhara in the lab of the mountains, offering unique 360 views of Pokhara city, lakeside, mid hill range and amazing Himalayan range of Annapurna region.

We will drive back to the Hotel and have some refreshments. We will be heading to explore Pokhara. We will cross the lake by boat and hike to world peace stupa through the cool forest and lovely atmosphere. We will hike down to Gupteshowor cave and Davis fall. Drive to International mountaineering Museum and seti gorge and return back to Hotel. Meals-B


Shree Nagar Tansen, Palpa - 04:30 hrs.

Drive after breakfast to Shree Nagar, palpa. Shree nagar is a hill station to explore the mid hill range. Hike to the view tower to see the wide range of the hilly region and mountain on a clear day. And explore the old town Tansen, palpa. Tansen is among a few towns outside the capital enriched with the legacy of traditional art and architecture. Located at an elevation of 1310 meters, Tansen is a pleasant place to visit throughout the year, starting with a tour of Srinagar Hill for mountain views, Amar Narayan temple, Tansen Durbar, Sittalpati, Bhagawati temple, Ammar Gunj Ganesh, after a wonderful time on your own to observe the daily life.



We drive couple of hours to reach the Buddha birth places and other historical sites Lumbini. It is near to the border of India. After some refreshment in the Hotel, we will visit around birthplace of Buddha. There are many Buddhist monuments around the garden squire.

This Lumbini is listed in the UNESCO world heritage site.

The main attraction at Lumbini remains the Sacred Garden, which spread over 8sq km and possesses all the treasures of the historic area. The Mayadevi temple is another attraction for pilgrims and archaeologists alike.
Standing west to Mayadevi shrine is the oldest monument of Nepal, the Ashoka Pillar. Emperor Ashoka erected the pillar in 249BC to commemorate his pilgrimage on this sacred site. To the south of the pillar, visit the holy pond, Puskarni, where Queen Mayadevi had taken a bath just before giving birth to Lord Buddha. This area has many Stupas and monasteries of different nations with a marvelous tour head back to hotel and relax after a great day. 2 hours in drive and 3 hours for exploring the Lumbini Temple premises.


Chitwan Nationl Park

We will start after the breakfast to go to Chitwan National Park. We need 3 hours’ drive to reach Chitwan National Park, Sauraha. A guide from the Hotel will welcome you with orientation information of the park, safari and of the hotels with do’s and don’ts while you are here for 2 nights.
After lunch a short introductory / nature walk with a visit of local Tharu village for few hours and back to hotel with evening entertainment of cultural dance before dinner. Meals- B,L,D.



Breakfast, Dugout canoe trip followed by a Nature walk program or visit to the Elephant Breeding farm, and back to the Resort, Elephant Bathing, Lunch, Elephant back safari & dinner. Meals- B|L|D.



Breakfast in the Hotel, visit into the river side for bird watching and drive to kathmandu approx. 5 hours, Transfer to the Hotel. Meals – B



Our Representative will transfer to the airport for your returning flight. (Meals- B)

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