Kathmandu, Pokhara and Chitwan Short Tour is one of the shortest yet most immersive experiences set in Nepal’s most popular tourist destinations. The five-day tour is packed with visits to UNESCO World Heritage Sites, religious and cultural sites, national parks, sunrise views, mountain views, and more.
Discover the rich culture, monarchical history, and religion in the temples and durbar squares of Kathmandu, the city of temples. Witness the rich nature and close-up views of the sunrise over the 7000m above snowy peaks in the city of lakes, Pokhara. Explore the lush forests and wildlife in the national park of Chitwan.
Consisting of intercity flights, Kathmandu, Pokhara and Chitwan Short Tour is a leisurely and luxurious tour suitable for all travel enthusiasts.
On this day, arrive at the Tribhuvan International Airport located in Kathmandu, Nepal. After being welcomed by our guide, you will be driven to the hotel based in Thamel. After taking some rest at the hotel, head out to explore the city. Kathmandu is known to be the city of temples which is very accurate as you will see many shrines, statues, temples of gods, and goddesses in the alleyways of Kathmandu Durbar Square in Basantapur. You can also visit the Hanuman Dhoka Museum, which was once a palace of the ruling Shah Dynasty. If time allows, you can also go to the western hills to witness the 360-degree view of the valley from the height of Swayambhunath Stupa. Overnight stay at the hotel.
It is yet another day filled with adventure as you board an early morning flight to the city of lakes, Pokhara. As you land, you will be greeted with close-up views of Mt. Machhapuchhre and Annapurna. After reaching your hotel and freshening up, head to the Phewa Lakeside in Badam. You can enjoy boating in the serene lake and stop at the island temple of Tal Barahi. In the afternoon, take a spree in tourist destinations like the bat cave and the Mahendra Cave. One of the famous places is the International Mountain Museum, which has articles, clothing, and tools related to the Himalayan community and mountaineering. Nearby there is the famous Davis falls, worthy of amazing pictures. After being famished from all the travel, you can pick up a candlelit dinner at a decent restaurant located in Lakeside.Overnight stay in Pokhara.
Yet another day in Pokhara is filled with fun, as you wake up early in the morning, even before dawn, and take a drive to the nearby Sarangkot Hills. These hills are famously known to offer majestic views of the mountains in and around Pokhara. You will witness the rising sun from the hills along with the golden and silver Annapurna, Mt. Machhapuchhre, and others 7000m above the mountains. After enjoying this lovely view, make your way to the hotel to pack your belongings and heading toward to Chitwan. When you will reached in Chitwan, you will experience tropical heat, but along with it, the greenery. Covered with the densest forest, it is home to 55 mammals and 525 bird species, the most in Nepal. After heading to your hotel, you can enjoy the day by exploring the Tharu communities living near Chitwan National Park. Enjoy their authentic local food like marinated duck, snail soup, etc. You can also go to watch the famous Tharu dance and acts in the Tharu Cultural Program.Overnight stay in Chitwan.
Depending upon the departure time, you can choose to explore the city in the morning by taking a drive to Patan. Patan is also an ancient Newari town located close to Kathmandu, rich in art, history, and culture. You can visit the Patan Museum to witness ancient times' arms, tools, pictures, and sculptures. Alternatively, visit the Bhaktapur Durbar Square, yet another UNESCO World Heritage Site, to explore the Newari culture. The Bhaktapur Museum showcases artwork and personalized items of the Shah and Malla Kings of the past.