Kathmandu is the capital city of Nepal and is one of the most of picturesque capitals in the world. The city of Kathmandu is a perfect amalgamation of ancient, traditional and modern Nepal. Kathmandu is also the hub of all commercial, political, cultural and social activities of the country as well as the tourist, adventure and mountaineering excursions. It is also the headquarters of the government of Nepal. Kathmandu has all the features that describe it as a truly modern city.
Our staff will welcome you upon arrival to start Kathmandu Pokhara Tour Package
and will then transfer you to the hotel where you will spend the night.The capital of Nepal, Kathmandu, has a unique fusion of Hindu and Buddhist traditions and is situated in a wide valley on the edge of the Himalayan Range.
After breakfast, head to Pashupatinath Temple, one of the biggest Hindu temple complexes in South Asia, which is home to hundreds of Shiva lingams and other shrines and icons of different Hindu gods and goddesses. We then proceed to Bouddhanath, the most important Buddhist site in Nepal. With a height of almost 36 metres, Boudhanath is one of the largest and oldest Buddhist monuments ever constructed in Nepal. The Stupa is situated on three enormous, mandala-inspired levels surrounded by vibrant individual family homes.
After that Visit Swayambhunath and the Kathmandu Durbar Square in the afternoon for sightseeing. Located in the centre of the city is the Kathmandu Durbar Square area. The location was formerly known as Hanuman Dhoka Palace Square and served as the ancient residence of the Nepalese Royalty. The Hanuman Dhoka Palace complex includes a sizable Royal square that is home to a staggering array of temples honouring various Hindu gods and goddesses. Here, the majority of the structures date from the 15th through the 18th centuries. The journey to Swayambhunath follows situated in a charming small hillock One of the most intriguing architectural wonders in the entire world is Swayambhunath Stupa. It is believed that this enormous stupa was constructed around 250 B.C. It is perched high, giving an amazing view over the Kathmandu Valley and the Panaromic view of Himalayan region.
Kathmandu - Pokhara (210 KM & 6 hours drive)
After breakfast drive to Pokhara today. Many of Nepal's most well-liked trekking and rafting routes depart from Pokhara, a charming city tucked away in a serene valley (827 m). A peaceful and magical atmosphere is created by the tranquilly of Phewa Lake and the magnificence of Machchhapuchhre's (6,977 m) fishtail summit rising behind it. Thick forests, roaring rivers, crystal-clear lakes, and the renowned Himalayan view may all be found in the valley that encircles Pokhara. Pokhara offers breathtaking views of the Annapurna Mountains, Dhaulagiri, Manaslu, Machchhapuchhre, and other peaks. Visit Manokamana Temple or go rafting on the Trishuli River as an optional side trip.
We will begin the day by visiting the Bindebasini Shrine, a Devi Bhagwati temple located in the former Pokhara Bazar park. A noteworthy natural attraction close to Bindebasini Temple is the Seti River, which runs through the heart of the city. An magnificent sight is created by the river's ferocious surge and the deep gorge it has carved out. Then, we'll go to Gupteshwor Cave and Devi's Fall. The waters of Fewa Lake plunge thunderously into the enormous, bottomless chasm known as Davi's Fall.
Devi's Fall is just across from the nearly 3-kilometer-long Gupteshwor Cave. It contains some large rooms the size of hallways and some passageways that require crawling on all fours.
Evening free for boating on direct payment or personal activities. Overnight stay at hotel.
Pokhara- Kathmandu (210 KM & 6 hours drive)
Morning after breakfast checkout and drive back to Kathmandu & transfer to hotel and check in and evening free for personal activities. Overnight stay at hotel.
Breakfast and drive towards International airport for onward journey.