Day 1 - Arrive in Kathmandu
Seek help from Yatra representative and head to your respective hotel from the Tribhuvan International Airport. Kathmandu, the cultural hub of Nepal will greet you with architectural wonders, ancient monuments and beautiful temples. Surrounded by four mountains Nagarjun, Chandragiri, Shivapuri and Phulchoki, this city has a lot to offer to the travellers.
Day 2 - Sightseeing in Kathmandu
Start the morning by having delicious breakfast and head to the magnificent Pashupatinath Temple. Idols of several gods and goddesses along with numerous Shiva Lingams add glory to this splendid edifice. Built across 281 hectares, this temple lies on the banks of the holy River Bagmati.
The 36 m high sculpture of God Boudhnath awaits tourists in Boudh Nath Stupa. Also known as the Mecca of Buddhists, this stupa was built in 5th century AD, supposedly. The highlighting feature of this stupa is its Mandla style platform, featuring three levels.
Lalitpur sub-metropolitan city or Patan is next on the itinerary. It has many ancient monuments and numerous Hindu Temples that are worth visiting. Another major tourist attraction of Nepal is the Durbar Square that is famous for skilfully designed Pagoda temples along with spectacular Buddhist and Hindu statues. Remnants of the earlier era, depicting the majesty of different kingdoms are found here abundantly. If you wish to buy beautiful carpets and handicrafts, do visit Tibetan Refugee Camp that was built in the year 1960, in order to give a better lifestyle to refugees.
Resting on a hillock, Swoyambhu Nath Stupa boasts of is fascinating architecture that was believed to be built around 250 BC. Featuring 13 tiers done in gold, this magnificent edifice offers stunning views of the Himalayas.
Day 3 - Drive to Chitwan from Kathmandu
Post breakfast, gear up for the 180 km drive to the famous Chitwan National Park that serves as the natural habitat for a number of species of animals, birds and fishes. Many species of animals that are on the verge of extinction are also found here.
Day 4 - Sightseeing in Chitwan
Bounded by two of the famous Rivers- Rapti and Narayani, Chitwan National Park is one of the major tourist destinations of Nepal. Besides watching the variety of animals and birds in their natural habitat, tourists can spot some of the rarest species like one-horned Rhinoceros and Bengal Tigers. While at this park, tourists can also visit Gharial Breeding Centre, Kasara museum and Bikram Baba. Apart from jungle safari, other activities like nature walk, Canoeing, Dugout canoe and bird watching can be enjoyed here.
Day 5 - Visit Pokhara | Drive from Chitwan to Pokhara (180 km/approx. 4 hours)
Within 180 km from Chitwan lies one of the most amazing tourist sites of Nepal-Pokhara. Have your breakfast at the hotel and gear up for an exciting 4 hour drive to Pokhara. Resting 2352 feet above sea level, this place offers beautiful views of the amazing Annapurna and Dhaulagiri ranges.
Start your day by visiting the very famous Bindabasini Temple that rests 3000 m above sea level. The temple’s Padoda-style architecture is appreciated world-wide and a large number of devotees visit this place to seek the blessings of Goddess Durga.
Later, pay a visit to the beautiful Patale Chhango, which is known by different names- David’s Falls, Davis Falls, Devis Falls and Devin Falls. The mesmerising views of the falls during monsoons delight tourists. After visiting this fall, tourists can move to the Gupteshwor Cave, which is also a popular attraction of the city.
Have a comfortable at sleep in your respective hotel.
Day 6 - Drive from Pokhara to Kathmandu
On day six, drive back to Kathmandu and spend rest of you day relaxing at the hotel.
Day 7 - Depart from Kathmandu to Airport
In schedule time, you will be transferred to the airport from the hotel.