Day 1 - Arrival in Kathmandu
Upon arrival at Tribhuvan International Airport, meet a Yatra representative and travel to the hotel.
After checking-in, spend some leisurely time and enjoy a good night’s sleep.
Day 2 - Sightseeing in Kathmandu
Following an appetising breakfast, embark on a sightseeing tour of the city.
With so many temples and monasteries, Kathmandu is one of the most visited places in Nepal. The pleasant weather conditions of the national capital also help it in capturing the tourists' attention. Kathmandu is situated in its namesake valley and boasts of rich history, which spans over 2000 years.
Strolling in the streets of the city, marvel at the sight of the buildings that speak of the golden era of Nepalese architecture. If you get an opportunity, then talk to the locals to learn about their native culture.
From here, travel to Swayambhunath to spend some time amidst tranquillity. Housing numerous statues, chaityas and shrines, this stupa-complex is a significant site for Buddhists in Nepal. It is believed that the area was once an enormous lake, which was drained by Manjusri, a venerated Buddhist deity.
Later in the day, travel to the highly revered Pashupatinath Temple. One of the oldest and most significant Hindu shrines in Nepal, it is dedicated to Pashupati – the lord of animals. The main temple is situated on the western side of the Bagmati River and features a silver-plated door on its four sides.
Following this, move to the Boudhanath stupa. Every constituent structure of the stupa, be it the dome itself or the plinths that support it, are rich in religious symbolism. Apart from Lord Buddha, five other Bodhisattvas or enlightened beings are deified at the site.
Post exploring these places, return to the hotel for an overnight stay.
Day 3 - Kathmandu to Pokhara
Following breakfast, embark on an approximately 6-hour journey to a place, called Pokhara.
A major city in Nepal, Pokhara is the base camp for many trekking expeditions. This destination has quickly gained attention among adventure lovers because of the various exciting activities organised here. Along with the breathtaking views of the Annapurna Range, the area is also adorned with numerous sparkling lakes.
Upon arrival in Pokhara, transfer to the hotel and rest.
Day 4 - Pokhara to Jomsom | Visit to Muktinath
After a healthy breakfast, transfer to Pokhara Airport and board the flight to Jomsom.
Often called Dzongsam or the New Fort, Jomsom is located at an altitude of about 2800 metres and offers some exceptional views of the surrounding landscape. The Kali Gandaki River flowing through the town adds to its scenic charm.
On arrival at Jomsom Airport, travel to Muktinath.
Often called Mukti Kshetra or the place of salvation, Muktinath is a venerated site for both Hindus and Buddhists. One of the oldest temples here, it is considered a Divya Desam – one of the 108 temples of Lord Vishnu mentioned in Tamil religious literature.
After paying respect to the deity, move to the hotel and enjoy a good night's sleep.
Day 5 - Jomsom to Pokhara | Sightseeing in Pokhara
Post breakfast, transfer to Jomsom Airport and board the flight to Pokhara.
Upon arrival at Pokhara Airport, embark on a sightseeing adventure and explore this vibrant city.
Following this jaunt, transfer to the hotel and relax.
Day 6 - Pokhara to Kathmandu
Relish a scrumptious breakfast at the hotel, and then drive to Kathmandu.
On reaching the national capital, spend some leisurely time before an overnight stay.
Day 7 - Departure from Kathmandu
Following breakfast, transfer to Tribhuvan International Airport to board your onward flight.