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Nepal Tour Package with Chitwan National Park 6N/7D

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Day 1 – Arrival in Kathmandu

Complete the airport immigration procedure after landing at Tribhuvan International Airport in Kathmandu.
Meet the representative who will assist you with your transfer to the hotel on the ground there.
Complete the check-in procedures, then take a short break.
You can spend the remaining time of the day at your leisure exploring Kathmandu, the nation’s political and cultural centre.
Spend the night in a hotel in Kathmandu.

Day 2 – Sightseeing in Kathmandu

In the morning, after breakfast, get ready to visit Kathmandu.

Start by going to the Pashupatinath temple, one of the holiest Hindu pilgrimage locations, where the holy sadhus pray and cremations are performed alongside the Bagmati river.

You will next proceed to the Boudhanath Stupa, which is the most important Buddhist site in Nepal. Thousands of pilgrims of various faiths congregate here every day to do a traditional circumnavigation.

The second major town in the valley, Patan (formerly known as Lalitpur), is where you will be taken after that. It is only separated from Kathmandu by the Bagmati River.

Visit Patan’s iconic Durbar Square, which is a focal point for architecture and has a significantly higher density of temples per square metre than Kathmandu or Bhaktapur.

Continue your tour by exploring the Royal Palace, Krishna Mandir, and a few stunning Buddhist structures at Patan Durbar Square.

Then, you’ll travel to Swayambhunath, where the golden spire of the stupa, built in the fifth century and topped by a hill overlooking theKathmandu Valley and colourful prayer flags, provides stunning views of the city of Kathmandu. One of Nepal’s most well-known landmarks is Swayambhunath, where the painted eyes of the Buddha watch anyone who climbs the weathered stone stairs.

Go back to the hotel to spend the night in Kathmandu.

Day 3 – Transfer to Pokhara

After breakfast, take your transfer to Pokhara from your accommodation in Kathmandu.

Pokhara is about 210 kilometres from Kathmandu, therefore the drive there will take you about 6.5 hours.

You can stop by the Manakamana temple, which is home to the goddess who grants wishes, on the way there.

Since the temple is up on a hill, you can take a quick cable car ride there.

Once you’ve finished the check-in procedures in Pokhara, you can enjoy the remainder of the day at your leisure.
Stay the night at the Pokhara hotel.

Day 4 – Sightseeing in Pokhara

Prepare to tour Pokhara in the morning after breakfast.

Start by going to the scenic Phewa Lake, which is bordered by the Annapurna range’s snow-capped peaks.

You can choose to take a boat ride (on your own own) to the Barahi temple, which is situated on an island in the middle of the lake.

The Bindabasini Temple, which is devoted to the Hindu goddess Durga, the city of Pokhara’s chosen protector deity, is the oldest temple in the Pokhara Valley.

Visit Devi’s Falls later; it is often referred to as the underground waterfall since it digs a 500-foot tunnel into the ground to reach its base.

Furthermore, the holy Gupteshwar Cave, which has a Shiv Lingam inside of it, is connected to the downstream of Devi’s waterfall.

As you go around the caves and take in their rock patterns, you’ll experience a sensation of calm.

The rest of the evening can be spent relaxing by the lake, shopping at nearby boutiques, or savouring some mouthwatering regional specialties.
If you look at the scenery of the Annapurna and Machhapuchhre mountain range, you might desire to return to Nepal.

Day 5 – Transfer to Chitwan

A delicious breakfast is served at the hotel when you awaken in the morning.

Prepare for your ride to Chitwan National Park, one of Asia’s top wildlife reserves, and board it. This 360-square-mile area of tall grasslands and woodlands is home to a diverse range of mammals and birds, including some endangered species.

Chitwan, which located at the base of the Himalayas, is home to one of the remaining populations of single-horned Asiatic rhinoceros and one of the Bengal Tiger’s last refuges. It also has a particularly rich flora and fauna.

Your drive today will be beautiful as you pass through lovely woodlands and gorgeous valley vistas.

Chitwan is 160 km south of Pokhara, and the trip there will take you about 5 hours.

When you get to Chitwan, you can relax the remainder of the day.
Spend the night in a hotel in Chitwan.

Day 6 – Jungle Activities in Chitwan National Park

Awaken to a lovely morning filled with the sound of chirping birds and fresh air.

Prepare for some of the jungle activities by eating a big breakfast in the hotel.

In the National Park, you can take an exciting jeep/elephant safari (on your own dime).

Additionally, go on nature walks, birdwatching expeditions, or boat rides through the forest to discover Chitwan’s unusual fauna.

Once you’ve finished exploring the jungle, set out for Kathmandu.
The trip from Chitwan to Kathmandu is 170 kilometres long and should take about 5.5 hours to accomplish.

After arriving in Kathmandu, take some time to relax.
If you have the time, take a quick diversion to Bhaktapur, which retains a very mediaeval vibe thanks to its traditional industries of weaving and pottery making.

The beautiful 55 Windows Palace, Golden Gate, and the spectacular five-story pagoda-style Nyatapola Temple are just a few of the outstanding architectural masterpieces that can be seen in Bhaktapur.

Return to the hotel later to spend the night in Kathmandu.

Day 7 – Departure

Pack your luggage after breakfast at the hotel, and get ready to leave this enchanted place.
You can go shopping in the Thamel market district if you have the time.
As you are left off at Tribhuvan International Airport for your subsequent flight, your incredible Nepal adventure comes to an end.


Nepal Tour Package with Chitwan National Park


The nickname “the land of mountains and miracles” fits Nepal perfectly, making it the ideal location for your upcoming dream holiday. Nepal provides a wide range of experiences, whether you’re a die-hard mountain lover, a wildlife enthusiast, a daredevil, or a fan of art and architecture.

The Kathmandu Valley, which is home to seven UNESCO World Heritage sites, will help you find tranquilly in the middle of the craziness of Nepal’s capital city of Kathmandu. This tiny country has many of attractions to make your trip worthwhile, from the historic Patan alleyways to the exotic fauna of Chitwan and some of the most magnificent Himalayan views from Nagarkot.

Highlights Of Nepal Tour Package with Chitwan National Park

  • As you stroll through the lovely lanes and squares in the old city, discover Kathmandu, the capital of Nepal, which exudes a timeless appeal.
  • Enjoy a revitalising pause in nature while viewing the Himalayan peaks’ reflections in Pokhara’s Phewa Lake.
  • During your thrilling safari in Chitwan National Park, experience shivers as you hear the Royal Bengal Tiger’s thunderous scream coming from the jungle.
  • As you go through the magnificent Durbar Square, where the Akshay Kumar film “Baby” was filmed, relive some iconic Bollywood moments.
  • Visit the stunning Pashupatinath temple, a Nepalese-style structure on the banks of the revered Bagmati River, to seek Lord Shiva’s blessings.

Quick Info:

Duration: 7 Days, 6 Nights
Start Point: Tribhuvan International Airport (KTM)
End Point: Tribhuvan International Airport (KTM)

How To Reach

By Air : The major entryway for travellers arriving by air is the Tribhuvan International Airport in Kathmandu. The primary airline is Nepal Airlines. Air Arabia, Air Asia X, Air China, Etihad, Fly Dubai, Jet Airways, Malaysia carriers, Oman Airlines, Qatar Airways, Silk Air, and Thai Air are more carriers that fly to and from these airports. Flights are accessible from Kuala Lumpur, India, Bangkok, Hong Kong, and Dubai.

By Train : Between Sirsiya in southern Nepal and Raxaul in India, passenger and cargo trains run. However, rail border crossing is restricted to Indian citizens alone.

By Road : It is typical practise to travel from India to Nepal in a cab or hired car. You must pay a toll of NPR 120 and a transport permit of NPR 50 in order to cross the border. Since these may be requested at any checkpoint along the route, be careful to gather the receipts for them.


  • Transport services by an exclusive vehicle as per itinerary.
  • Swift Dzire/Etios/Amaze
  • MAP Plan ( Breakfast & Dinner)
  • Airport, Railway Station and Hotel Pickup and drop back at the end of the tour.
  • Assistance on arrival.
  • Check in & Check out at 12Noon.
  • Inclusive fall the Taxes (Parking, Toll Tax, Luxury Tax, Green Tax, Felix, And Driver Exp.etc.
  • Heater charge will be extra.
  • Any monument entry fees / camera fees.
  • Any meal, which is not mentioned above.
  • Any guide charges.
  • 5% GST.
  • Any air / train fare.
  1. Cancellation before 30days of start date will be charged 20% Of Total Package.
  2. Cancellations between 16 days to 30 days before start date, 35% of tour cost would be charged as retention.
  3. Cancellations between 10 days to 15 days before start date, 50% of tour cost would be charged as retention.

Cancellation between 7 days to 5 days will be charged full amount Token amount not refundable


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