Kathmandu, Pokhara & Chitwan Adventures

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Nepal is a land of rich heritage and cultural practices, which are reflected during their major religious celebration. Dussehra in Nepal is called Dashain, which is an important celebration for the Hindus in Nepal but is celebrated with the same excitement by people of all faith. Dashain celebrates the victory of good over evil, based on the confidence that on this day, the demon Mahishasura was beating by Goddess Parvati or Durga.

Description -

Package name    Kathmandu, Pokhara & Chitwan Adventures

Duration    6 Nights / 7 Days

Price (Per Person On Twin Sharing)      33999

Package Start From     Kathmandu

Best Time to Visit     In Winter- Oct to Feb  & In Summer- Apr to July

Tour Details

Day 1    Destination - Destination – ARRIVAL IN POKHARA

Meals    :      No Meals

After pick-up form Tribhuvan International airport our commissioner will transfer you to Pokhara. Enroute visit Gorakhnath Temple. Night Stay in Pokhara Hotels.

Day 2    Destination - Destination – POKHARA SIGHTSEEING

Meals    :      Breakfast

After breakfast explore Pokhara town – stopover Bindhyabasini Temple, it is located near Bagar. It is trust that King Siddhi Narayan Shah of Kaski brought the deity to Pokhara before Nepal’s unification. The water forms an buried tunnel after reaching the bottom. This is one of the famous visited places in Nepal. Afterwards we will visit Phewa Lake, Phewa Tal or Fewa Lake is a freshwater lake in Nepal already called Baidam Tal. It is the most famous and the best visited lake of Nepal. It is the only lake in Nepal to have a temple at the important part of the lake, Tal Barahi Temple, also known as Lake Temple or Barahi Temple which is a the Hindu temple of the Goddess Durga (Barahi), the protector of gods. The temple is used for prayer by both Hindus and Buddhists. Overnight stay at hotel.

Day 3    Destination - Destination – POKHARA – KATHMANDU (205 KMS)

Meals    :      Breakfast

Today, fun your brunch check out from the hotel and depart for Kathmandu. Arrive Kathmandu hotel and spend the rest of the day at your convenience. Overnight stay in hotel.

Day 4    Destination - Destination – KATHMANDU – CHITWAN

Meals    :      Breakfast

Have a heartily brunch and then check out from the hotel for your next destination – Chitwan. Upon reaching Chitwan check into the hotel and relax for the unified day. Overnight stay in Hotel.

Day 5    Destination - Destination – CHITWAN NATIONAL PARK

Meals    :      Breakfast

Depending on your transit booking, you will be spending the rest of the day on your own. You can stroll inside the Chitwan National Park, revel in elephant ride, can do bird watching or just take a joyful jungle walk. In evening fun Tharu Cultural Program. Overnight stay in Chitwan hotel. Note: If you wish to visit Chitwan National Park and watch Tharu Cultural Program you must consult a local operative on this day itself.

Day 6    Destination - Destination – DEPARTURE

Meals    :      Breakfast

After brunch, check out from the hotel and proceed to Kathmandu Airport /Gorakhpur Railway station for drop.



  • Accommodation in selected category hotel (NA for Day Trips)
  • Brunch, except on Check-in Date (NA for Day Trips & Govt Properties)
  • Transit  as per Itinerary by Private Cab
  • Parking & Toll Charges
  • Driver Allowance
  • Inter-state Entry Tax, if applicable
  • Barge Tickets & Airport Transfers (for Andamans)
  • Pickup and Drop from Your Origin City (Optional)
  • Total fare includes GST charges


  • Airfare
  • Lunch, Dinner, Snacks & Beverages
  • Entry Fees & Local Guide Charges
  • Activity Fees
  • Hotel Early Check-in / Late Check-out Charges, if applicable
  • Mandatory Gala evening meal for Christmas and New Year eve
  • Other items not mentioned in Inclusions

Optionals (arranged on request at additional cost)

  • Homestays / Resorts / Choice of Hotels
  • Dinner
  • Tour guide (for selected destinations)
  • Honeymoon decoration, cake, candlelight dinner (for selected destinations)
  • Airport Pickup & Drop (select from Additional Options while calculating price)
  • Visa assistance (for selected International destinations)
  • Travel insurance


Is a passport required for Nepal?
A: A passport is not mandatory for Indians to transit to Nepal. However, in order to transit to Nepal, one must possess any of the following: For Adults - A valid Indian passport or an Election Id For Children - For children below the age of 18 years, the school or college ID get by. The ID should clearly reflect the tourist picture, school or college name, date of birth as well as the class in which the student is studying. For Children down age 12 years, please carry the birth certificate and School ID.
Is Indian currency accepted in Nepal?
A: Yes, Indian currency is approved in Nepal. You can shop with Indian currency and often in recovery you will get Nepalese currency (as per the exchange rate). However, the new Indian currency of 2000, 500 and 200 notes are not approved in Nepal.
Which part of Kathmandu should I stay in?
A: Kathmandu has a huge range of reconciliation options to meet any budget. The most farm is located centrally, primarily around the Thamel district.


Hanuman Dhoka Temple

 Historical & Heritage |  Pilgrimage

 Duration of visit: 30 Min - 1 Hours
 Timings:   8 AM - 6 PM
 Entry Fee: Activities cost varies

This one is one of the major tourist spots in Nepal. Hanuman Dhoka Temple is a part of Durbar Square in Kathmandu that formerly was the abode of Malla Kings. Besides this, it also encompasses the elaborate palaces of the Shah Dynasty. The statue can be dated back to 1672 and has an entrance door which is called ‘dhoka’ in Nepal, hence the name.

Key Attractions: Hanuman Temple, Mul Chok, Nasal Chok, and Tribhuvan Museum.

Location: Hanuman Dhoka Sadak, Kathmandu 44600, Nepal

Pashupati Nath Temple

 Historical & Heritage |  Pilgrimage

 Duration of visit: 1 - 2 Hours
 Timings:   4 AM – 12 noon, 6 PM – 7 PM
 Entry Fee: Free Entry

This Pashupati Nath Temple was first built in the 5th century by Lichhavi King Shupuspa. This was basically a replacement temple because the earlier temple was attacked and destroyed by termites. In all these years a lot of temples have been build in Nepal but none of the temples are as magnificent as this. This temple is now the oldest temple for the Hindus in Kathmandu. Some of the temples which are present in the Pashupati Nath Temple are Vasuki Nath Temple, Unmatta Bhairava Temple, Surya Narayana Temple, Kirtimukha Bhairava Shrine, Budhanilakantha shrine, Hanuman shrine, and 184 Shivalinga shrine.

Key attractions: Golden Spire of the temple, silver sheeted doors, Panch Deval Complex, and the lingams

When to visit: 4 am – 12 noon, 6 pm – 7 pm

Kathmandu Darbar Square

 Historical & Heritage |  Pilgrimage

 Duration of visit: 1 Full day
 Timings:    6 AM – 7 PM
 Entry Fee: Free Entry

Now a UNESCO World Heritage Site, Kathesimbhu Stupa is a rendition of the Swayambhunath Temple. Tucked between Durbar Square and Thamel, the stupa is one of the most visited pilgrimage sites in Kathmandu. Blanketed with statues, smaller stupas, and engravings, it was built with leftover materials from Swayambhunath Temple complex. During the 2015 earthquake, it witnessed some damages.

Key Attractions: Hariti Pagoda, Drubgon Jangchup Choeling Monastery
Location: Kathmandu 44600, Nepal

Swayambhunath Stupa 

 Historical & Heritage |  Pilgrimage

 Duration of visit: 1 -2 Hours
 Timings:    9 AM – 7 PM
 Entry Fee: Free Entry

Perched on a hilltop in the valley of Kathmandu and surrounded by greenery, Swayambhunath Stupa is one of the ancient stupas in the city. While exploring this place you will get to explore several shrines, monasteries, stupas, temples, as well as a library.One of the most popular sites in the city, the Swayambhunath temple also offers breathtaking views of the Kathmandu valley.

Location: Kathmandu 44600, Nepal.

International Mountain Museum

 Historical & Heritage

 Duration of visit: 1-2 Hours

It is one of the most popular and known places in Pokhara. The natural beauty that surrounds this place is aesthetic and if you want to know more about the mountains and the history related to it then you must visit this museum. There are some great documentaries that you can view to gain deeper knowledge about the mountains.

Location: Pardi Bazaar, 33700

Key attractions: The three Halls

Phewa Lake – Scenic Surroundings 

Nature & Scenic

 Duration of visit: 1 Hour

This lake is both a man-made and natural freshwater lake, it is also the most visited spot in pokhara. Annapurna. This lake is the second largest lake in Nepal and many water activities like canoeing, boating, swimming, sailing, fishing, kayaking and bird watching are done here. There is a Barahi Temple which stands on an island in this lake is dedicated to the Varaha where devotees sacrifice birds and animals every Saturday.

    Key attractions: Boating, sunset views, fishing

Location: Kaski

Davis Falls – An Attraction With History


 Duration of visit: 30 Mins - 1 Hr

This stunning waterfall is just about 2 km away of the pokhara airport. The major source of water of this waterfall is the Phewa Lake. The name of this fall is derived from a very unfortunate incident where a woman drowned and was perished in the falls and her name was ‘Davi’. The mystery of this fall is what attracts the visitors the most as the water does not flow to a river or lagoon but into a pitch dark hole disappears in the caves.

    Key attractions: Underground tunnel, Gupteshwor Mahadev cave, the wishing            pond

Location: Pokhara 33700, Nepal

Chitwan National Park – Witness The Wildlife

Get to see a different side of Nepal in Chitwan National Park, one of the UNESCO’s world heritage site which is a natural abode of wildlife. The tropical monsoon climate makes it a perfect place for wildlife viewing and jungle safari and one of the best places to visit in Nepal. This is the first National park which was built in the country of Nepal. This National Park was established in the year 1973. This National Park is built over an area of the 952.63-kilometer square. This National Park is basically located in the south-central part of the country and is one of the best tourist attractions in Nepal.

The nearest city to this National Park in Bharatpur. This National Park is now governed by the Department of National Parks and Wildlife Conservation. Since the 19th century this National Park has been very much popular an is called the Heart of the Jungle. Previously this place was used for hunting but later on, the government decided to make it a National Park so that all the animals are able to stay comfortably.

Key attractions: The park is a home to rhinoceros, freshwater dolphins, sloth bears, and many more

Swayambhunath Stupa – From Stupas To Library

   Historical & Heritage |  Pilgrimage

   Duration of visit: 1 Hour

Perched on a hilltop in the valley of Kathmandu and surrounded by greenery, Swayambhunath Stupa is one of the ancient stupas in the city. While exploring this place you will get to explore several shrines, monasteries, stupas, temples, as well as a library.

Location: Kathmandu 44600, Nepal

Bhaktapur – For Shopaholics

   Historical & Heritage |  Pilgrimage

   Duration of visit: 1 Hour
Bhaktapur is the best among the Nepal tourist attractions to shopping for terracotta and handicraft products. Clothes and souvenirs also available. The history of Bhaktapur goes back to about the 8th century. This place was the capital of Nepal from the 12th century to about the 15th century. In the 18th century, this place became a country on its own with boundary walls and gates to the city. The citizen of Bhaktapur are mostly peasants, public employees, handicraft manufacturers or businessman. A lot of tourists visit this city every year which helps in the economy of the city. The city is filled with red bricks which makes it look very beautiful. People will also be able to find a lot of animals present in this area who are kept as a pet, something that makes it one of the best tourist places in Nepal.

Key attractions: Terracotta products, lotus and pretty handicrafts, and colorful masks

Third Eye Restaurant

The Third Eye Restaurant was established in 1989. The restaurant has classic woodhouse ambience. This is where you can taste some of the finest new and unique royal Indian and Nepalese cuisines.

Address: J.P Road, Kathmandu 44600, Nepal

Must Try: Fish Mamtaj, Chicken Makhani, Tournedos Rossini Steak, Mushroom Soup with Cheese

Little Italy

Little Italy is a chic restaurant in Kathmandu known best for its Italian cuisine. The ambience will also transcend you to an Italy the moment you enter. The romantic lighting and stylish seating makes dining here a memorable experience.

Address: 364 KA, Kamaladi Sadak, Kathmandu, Nepal

Must Try: Melazane Arrosto, Patate Taormina, Zucchini in Carpione, Crostini Rustici


OR2K is a beautiful and vibrant restaurant in Kathmandu and is popular for its floor seating. The seating arrangements are well organised and spacious. The lighting and colourful ambience of the restaurant makes it a cheerful place to dine at. The cuisine here is dominated by the Middle East.

Address: Sagarmatha Bazar, kathmandu, Nepal

Must Try: Cheese Platter, Babaganesh, Hummus Tahini, Tovales Home Apple Pie

Melrose Restaurant & Bar

Melrose Restaurant & Bar is a beautiful courtyard-styled open air restaurant. The trees and plants add some extra earthy element to the ambience of the restaurant. Melrose is popular for its Italian delicacies. You spend a peaceful evening, indulging in some deep talks and munching some mouthwatering fast food at this restaurant.

Address: 350, Amrit Marg, Kathmandu 44600, Nepal

Must Try: Carnivore Pizza, Prosciutto Caprese Sandwich, Salade Du Chef, Ravioli Pesto

Moondance Restaurant & Bar

Prepare to be greeted by a roaring open fire as you pay a visit to this happening Lakeside restaurant in Pokhara. Featuring a tasteful décor and delectable food, no wonder this is one of the top joints among people’s lists to enjoy a nice meal at. The menu is also stocked from salads, pizzas, imported steaks, right down to Indian and Thai curries, so variety is in abundance when you visit Moondance.

Tip: Do not forget to taste the legendary Lemon Meringue Pie for dessert!

Where: Lakeside Rd, Pokhara 33700, Nepal

Cost: INR 1200/- for 2

Fresh Element Restaurants

Prepare to be greeted by a roaring open fire as you pay a visit to this happening Lakeside restaurant in Pokhara. Featuring a tasteful décor and delectable food, no wonder this is one of the top joints among people’s lists to enjoy a nice meal at. The menu is also stocked from salads, pizzas, imported steaks, right down to Indian and Thai curries, so variety is in abundance when you visit Moondance.

Tip: Do not forget to taste the legendary Lemon Meringue Pie for dessert!

Where: Lakeside Rd, Pokhara 33700, Nepal

Cost: INR 1200/- for 2

Caffe Concerto

This Italian Pizzeria has a rusty ambiance to match the blues from its jazz playlist and warmth from its open fireplace. Their thin crust pizzas are reportedly the best in town and come in 24 varieties along with a build-your-own option. The blissful experience can carry over to bowls of pasta, bottles of wine, and shots of espresso and gelato. Superb would be an understatement!

Where: Lakeside East, Pokhara 33700, Nepal

Cost: INR 1300/- for 2

Hyatt Regency: Where Luxury and Heritage Meet 

Hyatt Regency is a favorite among outsider in Kathmandu for its stunning swimming pool and myth weekend breakfast buffets, but it’s a charm for tourists passing through the Nepali capital as well. Situated in Boudhanath, it’s just a 10-minute walk through back-track to the stunning Boudhanath Stupa, the divine Tibetan Buddhist site outside of Tibet. This hotel is big, but it doesn’t feel unbiased thanks to the beautifully designed lobby its various dining areas, and its downstairs spa that is probably the best in the city. If it’s true that you get what you pay for, then your money will be well spent at the Hyatt Regency.

     Hotel Amenities:

·         Free Wi-Fi

·         Restaurant

·         Bar

·         Swimming pool

·         Spa

·         Gym

·         Bathtub

Crowne Plaza Kathmandu – Soaltee: Mix Business with Pleasure

The hotel is located in the heart of business district of Kathmandu and offers a panoramic view of this historic city. Its location makes it ideal for both business and leisure travellers. They have a sumptuous complimentary breakfast buffet with each room category and a gastronomy restaurant that serves delicious Indian food.

Distance from Airport: The hotel is located 9 km from the Tribhuwan International Airport, Kathmandu.

Location: Tahachal, Kathmandu, 97, Nepal

Approximate Cost: Cost for a night in twin sharing basis in INR 9,300. Although this may vary based on room category and season.

Tiger Tops Tharu Lodge

Established in 1964, Tiger Tops is one of the oldest visitor’s initiations in Nepal and has quite the status. The Tharu Lodge is situated just outside Chitwan National Park, a short distance from the Narayani River, which divides the park from the nearby villages. It’s not situated in busy Sauraha, where many park-related homes and businesses are, so visit here feels more lonely and peaceful. Tourists can choose between luxury tents or rooms in mud-walled buildings – both are beautiful. The gardens are carefully inclined, there’s a swimming pool, beautiful views over the river and farming area and all park activities (such as walking, jeep safaris and boat rides) can be arranged. Although the Tharu Lodge is the elephant camp, a developing Endeavour in elephant care and conservation.

     Hotel Amenities:

·         Free Wi-Fi

·         Restaurant

·         Bar

·         Swimming pool

·         Spa

·         Gym



Radisson Hotel Kathmandu: Bask in the lap of Pashupatinath

This is one of the most popular resorts among tourists due to its proximity to the crowning jewel of Kathmandu, i.e., the Pashupatinath Temple. The hotel has a beautiful terrace garden where you can enjoy high tea and scenic view of the surrounding landscape. The coffee shop of the hotel serves scrumptious lunch & dinner buffets and also has an a la carte menu on offer.

Distance from Airport: The hotel is located 5.6 km from the Tribhuwan International Airport, Kathmandu

Location: Lazimpat, 2269, Kathmandu, Nepal

Approximate Cost: Cost for a night in twin sharing basis in INR 9,500. Although this may vary based on room category and season.

Dwarika’s Hotel: An Award Winning Heritage Resort

Kathmandu city property is all about design, whereas the focus of the newer Dwarika’s Resort Dhulikhel is relaxation in a mountain setting. Situated in Dhulikhel, about 30 kilometers (one and a half to two hours) from Kathmandu, there are stunning views of the snowy Himalaya on clear days from the resort. There are many outdoor lounging regions from which to enjoy the views, an outstanding spa that offers a broad range of treatments and even an outdoor meditation mesh. Packages that merge accommodation, meals and spa treatments are also able to get.

          Hotel Amenities:

·         Free Wi-Fi

·         Restaurant

·         Bar

·         Swimming pool

·         Spa

·         Gym

·         Bathtub

The Yak and Yeti Hotel: Contemporary Architectural Marvel

If you like the idea of trekking in the mountains but don’t fancy the rough nature of accommodation then check out Yeti Mountain Home’s lodges. These royal hotels in the Khumbu (Everest) areas are situated at planned points along the Everest Base Camp trekking route and its neighboring areas: Lukla, Phakding, Monjo, Namche Bazaar, Thame and Kongde. Each is gracefully decor and furnished, has kind and caring staff members, warm and comfortable rooms and bathrooms and superb destinations. It’s a whole lot easier to stay vitalized and motivated to trek when you’ve had a good night’s sleep. Yeti Mountain Home can also arrange your trekking package.

          Hotel Amenities:

·         Free Wi-Fi

·         Restaurant

·         Bar

·         Swimming pool

·         Spa

·         Gym

·         Bathtub

Temple Tree Resort and Spa

Temple Tree Resort and Spa is examined one of the first-class hotels in Pokhara, the famous lakeside city that is a gateway to the Annapurna Himalayas. The hotel has first-rated service and luxurious, comfortable rooms. It’s embraced of independent two-story cottages made from rough, hand-cut stone. Temple Tree Resort is named after the surrounding perfumed frangipani trees, known as temple trees. There are three restaurants and bars on site, with lake and pool views.

      Hotel Amenities:

·         Free Wi-Fi

·         Restaurant

·         Bar

·         Swimming pool

·         Spa

·         Gym


Barahi Jungle Lodge

Barahi Jungle Lodge is situated in Meghauli, in the western part of Chitwan, and on the boundaries of the Rapti River. If you want to go on a safari in Chitwan National Park but don’t want to surrender your relief, then Barahi is the best option. They offer all the attractions that attract to Chitwan – nature walks, drifting, an ‘elephant briefing’, Tharu cultural performances and numerous types of safari. Each shock berth comes with a personal balcony, with views over the river and the national park. Also, lots of local bamboo and viable wood have been used in their erection. There are 34 luxury guest rooms and one family suite, an on-site spa that offers Ayurvedic, Thai and other treatments, as well as an outdoor pool.

      Hotel Amenities:

·         Free Wi-Fi

·         Restaurant

·         Bar

·         Swimming pool

·         Spa

·         Gym

·         Bathtub

Hotel Himalaya: Comfortable Stay in the Scenic Mountains

This is the perfect hotel is if you are looking for a comfortable stay with scenic mountain views and also proximity to the city centre. It is close to all the major tourist attraction and just 1 minutes walking to the famous Patan Durbar Square.

Distance from Airport: The hotel is located only 6.8 Km from the Tribhuwan International Airport, Kathmandu

Location: PO Box 2141, Sahid Sukra Marg, Patan (Lalitpur), Nepal

Approximate Cost: Cost for a night in twin sharing basis in INR 5,660/-. Although this may vary based on room category and season

Go Karna Forest Resort 

Gokarna Forest Resort’s first discriminating attribute is that it is accommodation to one of only four golf courses in Nepal. The eighteen-hole course is gracefully maintained and favorite among well-to-do Nepalis as well as foreign golf supporter. Just take care that the cheeky monkeys don’t run away with your balls. Its second differentiating feature is that the adjoining Gokarna Forest was once hunting retain of the Nepali royal family. It is a shelter to deer, monkeys and even the odd leopard. Walks through the forest can be arranged at the resort. There’s also a beautiful swimming pool, a gym and spa, a spacious bar and floor-to-ceiling windows in some of the rooms, taking care of the forest. Gokarna Forest Resort is very near to Kathmandu but feels far removed from it.

  Hotel Amenities:

·         Free Wi-Fi

·         Restaurant

·         Bar

·         Swimming pool

·         Spa

·         Gym

·         Bathtub


Kathmandu Valley – Go For Mountain Biking

Kathmandu is also famous for biking trails and routes. Replete with undulating tracks, lesser-known trails, forests, and valleys, the capital of Nepal is an adventure haven for biking enthusiasts. One can easily avail mountain bikes on rent for exploring this enchanting landscape.

Don’t miss: Biking on the Godavari, Bungamati, Chapagaun, and Shivapuri National Park
Tariff: INR 600 – INR 2500 per day, depending on the bike

Chitwan National Park – Take A Wildlife Safari

Chitwan National Park, the first national park in Nepal, is regarding to be another not to be missed destination in Nepal. More than 500 species of moving birds call the park their home, as do one-horned rhinos, Bengal tigers and Asian elephants. It wraps almost 332 sq. miles and is assumed to be your best opportunity of watching animals such as bears, tigers, crocodiles, elephants and rhinos while in Nepal. The most common bird sightings include kingfishers, paradise flycatchers, egrets and brahminy ducks.

Opening Hours- 8 AM- 6 PM

Tariff- INR 1000 per person (For Indian Tourists) | INR 2500 per person (others)

Annapurna Circuit – Opt For Trekking

Nepal is a trekker’s paradise and is known for the astounding trekking routes. The famous trekking routes of Nepal include Annapurna Circuit, Poon Hill, and Langtang. Professional trekkers also hike up to Everest Base Camp. Trekking in Nepal through the plush green rhododendron forests, the gushing rivers, and the deep gorges offers amazingly beautiful views.

Don’t miss: Views of Mount Everest and Nuptse from Base Camp

Mountain Biking in Kathmandu Valley and Nepal

Generally Kathmandu might not be one of those cities that offer bike-friendly locales to its tourists, but there is no lack of mountain bike tours in Kathmandu and Nepal. One of the best and most challenging biking trips can be found in Shivapuri National Park. The dirt roads that start off at the Budhanikantha entry is hardly ever used and the challenging patches in between simply makes riding all the more interesting. Those perceptive for easier options can explore the Godavari, Bungamati and Chapagaun roads, known for their natural beauty and easy trails. Another famous mountain biking tour is Kathmandu to Nargakot and back. If you're seeking for a real challenge, do the Annapurna Circuit on a mountain bike.

Tariff- INR 600-INR 2500 per day, depending on the bike

Bhote Koshi & Seti River – Go for Rafting & Kayaking

Bhote Koshi River offers one of the best and most exciting kayaking and rafting adventures in all of Asia. It is famous for offering some of the best short river trips in the world, and a two-day rafting package is the perfect way to understand why people across the globe long for the stressful rush that rafting has to offer.

Tariff- INR 5200 per person (Rafting) | INR 4700 per person (Kayaking)

Mount Everest – Fly In A Helicopter Over Hills

If you are planning for a holiday in Nepal- a helicopter ride over Mount Everest and flights over Himalayan peaks and ranges should be on the bucket list. The experience of 3.5-hour long helicopter ride will offer a jaw-dropping view of the world’s highest peak and panoramic flight for an hour over other important peaks

Don’t miss: Along with Mount Everest, do not miss the snow-capped peaks of Mt. Cho Oyu, Mt. Ama Dablam, Mt. Makalu, Mt. Gosainthan, Mt. Dorje Lhakpa, Mt. Gauri-Shanker, and Mt. Pumori
Tariff: INR 32,000 per helicopter (1 – 3 people)

Pokhara – Indulge In Ziplining

Pokhara, actually a lakeside town, allures explorers, nature lovers and anxiety activities with its amazing natural beauty, a series of fishing chances, mountain biking, exciting treks such as Poonhill, Annapurna Base Camp and Annapurna Circuit, visiting the peace pagoda, paragliding and sunbathing. It is one of those locations that you mainly wish to stay for the second time in your life. Boating and strolling down the lakeside in Pokhara is surely two of the top things to do in Pokhara.

Location- Pokhara, Nepal

Cost- INR 5,733 per person

Fishtail Peak – UltraLight Flight

Ultraflight gives the same feeling as the paramotoring and paragliding. When ground sweeps away under your feet, that feeling in the stomach is what adventure enthusiasts look for. Opting for Ultraflight in Nepal is the best way to experience that feeling again. The bird’s eye view of the whole Nepal and the famous Fishtail Peak will leave you awestruck.

Location: Machhapuchchhre 33700, Nepal

Trekking In Nepal

Whether you’re a beginner or an experienced trekker Nepal is the land of trekking, offering some of the best trekking routes in the world. The Poonhill trek is one of the better short treks is Nepal; the Everest Base Camp trek is a great trek if having 12 days available; while the Everest Base Camp- 3 Passes trek or the Manaslu trek are some of the best adventure treks in Nepal, taking you on unique trekking routes middle of perfect nature. If you’re into climbing but less experience we suggest Island Park or Mera Peak. Both peaks reach +6000 meters and can be negotiated by people with no previous mountaineering experience, yet promising a challenging adventure and memory of a lifetime!

Tariff: INR 32,000 per helicopter (1-3 people)

Kathmandu Sightseeing Tour

The best way to explore Kathmandu is to have your own guide and conduct a real Kathmandu Sightseeing Tour Almost each and every turn in the valley establish you to complex carvings, lovely pagodas and enormous stone images. The region is swarming with temples and altars and seems to be a living history museum. As a result, it becomes unfeasible to understand what to explore and what to check out, given your interests and time constraints. A guide helps you choose the right locations and also gives unstoppable entertainment in the form of history and local folklore. Some of the not to be missed attractions in Kathmandu Valley include Durbar Square, Pashupatinath Temple, Swayambhunath Stupa, Boudhanath Stupa, and the Temple of Kumari.

Thangka Paintings

Thangka Paintings are religious symbols of Hinduism and Buddhism. They are made out of a textile-like cotton and silk. These paintings are very beautiful and interesting and generally has Buddha as their object. They are not flat lay paintings on textile but embroidery made on the textile mouth and then covered with silk. This item will turn out one of the best traditional Nepali gifts for travelers.

Where to buy from: Boudha and Bhaktapur market

Rice Paper items

Rice paper is made a handcrafted paper from rice shells. These papers are often used as a base of a painting or a manuscript. Nowadays, a wide variety of items are prepared from the rice paper. Rice paper journals, diaries, calendars, lamps, shades and photo frames may be a great thing to take back home.

Where to buy: Many shops in the public markets of Kathmandu and Pokhara.
Cost: Cards can be bought for around NPR 160, lanterns for NPR 400 and diaries/notebooks cost NPR 350 onwards.

Statues and masks

Another very interesting artifact that can be found in Nepal is the statues and masks that are made over there. There create their statues and masks inspired from mythical creatures. These masks are very beautiful and is a must buy while shopping in Nepal. These masks are also worn by people during their festivals. These masks can surely enhance the beauty of your walls back home with their vibrant colors! Don’t forget to check out these interesting items while wandering in the streets of Nepal.

Where to buy from: Shops in Bhaktapur

Traditional Jewelry

Nepal is also famous for its jewelry. Make sure to go jewelry shopping in Nepal. Kathmandu is the prime location for all these jewelry. These jewelry have very intricate designs and long beaded necklaces. The alloy is also used to create Newari utensils which are also a great buy. Whether traveling with your family or not, Nepal gives you a chance to check out some unique dazzling items for your loved ones!

Where to buy from: Asan market in Kathmandu


The Himalayan country of Nepal is popular for its special spices and rare herbs. The aroma of these different herbs can be felt in every Nepalese kitchen. As you amble around the local market and pathways, you come across the pleasing fragrance of fresh spices. The bazaars in Nepal are filled with many spices, some of which is unique to the country. You can also try out some of the popular Ayurvedic medicines or cosmetic items made in Nepal.

Singing Bowls

Singing Bowl may be one of the best things to take from Nepal. These bowls made of metal makes comforting sound when the rim is rubbed in a circular motion with a small wooden stick. Aside from the soothing sound, the vibration produces alleviating qualities and makes environment for meditation. The singing bowl comes in various sizes but basically there are two types of singing bowl; machine-made and handcrafted. The handcrafts bowls are costly and scare with a plain brass colour. The machine-made bowls are perfectly symmetrical, highly decorated and less costly compared to the hand-made one.


Fabrics make transportable and praised gifts, especially if it is pashmina. Pashmina is the name given to Cashmere in Asia. There are also various different types of quality pashmina available in Nepal and the price varies accordingly. These warm and colorful Pashmina shawls come with embroidery. The most popular souvenir of pashmina is surely shawls and scarf. However, the currency of fake and copied goods and the rareness of fixed prices make it a challenge to find genuine items, so you need to have a sharp eye here.

Where to buy: Shop from stores that only sell Pashmina or visit a factory in Thamel.
Cost: Pashmina/silk blends can be found for NPR 2000 and can go on till NPR 5500, depending upon the quality.


Khukuri is the world’s most famous knife known for its unique devastating edge. The traditional knife was used in the wars dating back to 1800s. These Nepalese Khukuri are high quality and handmade. So, they make a magnificent souvenir, particularly for collectors. But, it can be complex to transport. So, do know about the size limits of Khukuri that can be easily transported.

Where to Buy: You'll find these displayed on the walls in the street markets. A popular place to buy Khukuri is Gorkha Zone Khukuri House in Thamel.
Cost: NPR 300 to NPR 4000, depending upon the size and quality.

Beads and Jewellery

Markets of Nepal sell variations of locally made or Indian jewellery. You cannot miss buying the Nepalese genetic Jewellery - a centuries-old art which has passed on from generation to generation and is still reserved by the Newar people, the native group of Nepal. Yak bone jewellery, with its special impressive and designs, is also a hit among tourists. You can even buy beads from the market and make your own necklace.

Where: Shops and stores in Thamel, Asan market in Kathmandu or Baidam lakeside market in Pokhara.
Cost: The cost of jewellery is NPR 500 onwards


     Nepal is one of the best places to buy teas. If your visit in Nepal has addicted you to sweet Nepali tea or Chiya, better pack some back home. The best ways to bring home a little taste of Nepal is to buy some of the local tea. The hills of Nepal and the climate is perfect for tea shrubs and other herbs to prosper. TastyNepali tea has many health profits and is refreshing too. You can find big variety of teas with distinct price range in nice teas shops.

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