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13nights 14 days:
Kathmandu- Nagarkot – Pokhara – Chitwan
DAYS ACTIVITIES

Day 01:
Arrival in Kathmandu at Tribhuwan International Airport, transfer to the Hotel.

Day 02: KATHMANDU - SWOYAMBHUNATH - PATAN
Kathmandu:
One of the historical sites in the valley and the Malla Kingdom with visits to the Temple of Kasthamandap, the Kumari House and Durbar Square in front of the Old Palace Complex.
Swoyambhunath:
The oldest Stupa in the Valley dedicated to Adi Buddha. Both are UNESCO International Heritage Sites (A. M.) PATAN:
The Second Old Malla Kingdom in the valley, after Kathmandu, officially known as Lalitpur. Visits to Mahaboudha, Hiranyabarna Mahabihara and the Palace Square, listed as an International Heritage Site (P.M.)

Day 03: PASHUPATINATH – BOUDHNATH - BHAKTAPUR

Pashupatinath: The holiest site of the Hindus in Nepal, the oldest temple of Lord Shiva believed to have been established in the 4th century B.C. Visit to the Cremation Grounds on the Western Ghat of the holy river, Bagmati. Boudhnath: The biggest Stupa in Nepal shown in the film LITTLE BUDDHA, built in the centre of a Mandala with Tantrik forms of Buddha in the niches at the base. It is believed to have been constructed by woman, who managed to acquire the land for the stupa by skillfully cutting the skin of an animal. It is one of the important places of pilgrimage to the Buddhists from Tibet and Ladakh. Both are UNESCO International Heritage Sites. (A.M) Bhaktapur: One of the oldest Malla Kingdoms in the valley, 12 km east of Kathmandu. Visits to Dattatraya Complex dating back to 15th century which is the main religious complex with the famous Peacock Window and the temple guarded by giants. Walk to Nyatapola, the five roofed – Temple constructed by the King Bhupatindra Malla in the 17th Century and the Palace complex. Visit to the interior of the famous 55 –Window Palace. (P.M.)



Day 04: Drive or Fly to Pokhara 06/07 Hours / 35 Minutes Pokhara; (200km west of Kathmandu)

A famous City for each Lake Fewa within the backdrops of the famous Annapurna & Fishtail Mountain.

Day 05: Half Day Pokhara Sightseeing with one hour boat-ride in the Fewa Lake
Barahi Temple: The double-roofed temple dedicated to Vishnu reincarnated as a boar. It’s a pleasant point to see the Fewa Lake as well as the Macchapuchre if the weather permits.
Binda Basini Temple; The Shikhara–style Temple situated in a small hill and is dedicated to Goddess Durga. The temple is very famous for the wedding ceremonies perform by the local people.
Mahendrapul: A very good views of the Seti gorge and the river flows right through Pokhara valley and in many places it is completely underground.
Devi Falls: Also known as Patale Chango, named after a tourist as David Falls.

Day 06:
Early morning drive to Sarankot for Sunrise and the views of Annapurna drive back to the Hotel after breakfast rest day free.

Day 07: Drive Pokhara - Chitwan about 04 hours
Chitwan:
180km south of Pokhara, visit to the National Park famous for Rhinoas, antelopes, & Monkeys. It lies in the plains of the famous Terai in Nepal (200meters above the Sea Label) where most of the rice planting is done. Overnight - Full Board Upon arrival at the Lodge welcome & briefing by the naturalist, After Lunch, either canoe or elephant ride and overnight on full board



Day 08: Chitwan National Park:
Whole day Jungle activities with Jungle walk, elephant ride, canoe ride, village visit etc. it is the most famous national park in Nepal. Which offers 450 species of birds including four species of deer, leopard, sloth bear, wild boar & many other wildlife.

Day 09:
Drive OR Fly in to Kathmandu 6/7 hours / 35 minutes

Day 10: Excursion Daxinlaki - Chobar - Kritipur
Daxinlaki:
The famous temple of the Kali of the South, built by the King Pratap Malla of Kathmandu in the 18th Century, famous for animal sacrifice, 18 km south of Kathmandu.
Chobar:
The Legendary Gorge from which the waters of the Kathmandu Lake flew out when the rocks were struck by Manjushree in the 07th Century, who came from the North.
Kritipur:
The historical city in the hills for which Prithivinarayan Shah, who unified Nepal in the17th Century, had to fight two battles to incorporate it into the big Kingdom of Nepal. Visits to the Temple of BagBhairab and the Stupa. Dinner in typical Nepali Restaurant with Nepali folk dances

Day 11: Visit Bungmati- Kokhana
Bungmati:
10km South of Patan, a typical Newari village founded in the 16th Century and famous for mustard oil in the past – typical old houses made with wood, brick & and clay.
Khokana:
A typical Pasant Newari village founded in the 14th Century and famous for mustard oil in the past – typical old houses made with wood, brick & and clay

Day 12: Visit Gokarna - Sankhu
Gokarna:
A Protected forest area to the North east of Kathmandu 12km
Sankhu:
An old township by the side of River Salinadi, where the annual ceremony for the dead is performed in Nepal. It was developed in the Middle-Ages because of commerce with Tibet in Caravans. Temple of Bajra Yogini on the top of a small hill, equivalent of Tara in Buddhism

Day 13:
Free day in Kathmandu for Shopping, evening dinner in typical Nepali Restaurant with Nepali folk dances

Day 14:
After Breakfast –Departure Transfer to the Airport
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