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10-Day Complete Excursion Of The Best Of Nepal

This is an awesome and exclusive tour package for Nepal. The Best Nepal Tour is ideal for all aged travelers. It includes some of the best attractions of Nepal. It is a well designed tour that includes the best and major touristic places of the country which you attend in the single visit in Nepal. Duration: 10 Days (approx.)
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The Best of Nepal tour is an awesome and exclusive tour package for Nepal. The Best Nepal Tour is ideal for all aged travelers. It includes some of the best attractions of Nepal. It is a well designed tour that includes the best and major touristic places of the country which you attend in the single visit in Nepal.

During this tour, you will go for the tour around the medieval heritage cities of Kathmandu Valley. The cities are still been able to preserve their long practiced traditions, culture, art and architectures. The Best Nepal Tour equally have tour to the countryside that are perched on the hills to the flat land of southern Nepal called Terai. The destinations are clustered with tiny monasteries, charming settlements of various ethnic groups having rich and distinctive culture, rituals and lifestyles. Moreover, you will be amazed with their innocent and charming smiles, incredible landscapes and unique attractions during the Best Nepal Tour.

The Tour Supplier assures for your best holiday trip along with magnificent and enchanting hillside in Himalayan country of Nepal. The amazing glimpse of majestic Himalayas, short hikes around, Jungle Wildlife Safari in Chitwan National Park and visiting lake city of Pokhara are the major attractions of the tour. Furthermore, boating in Pokhara, bird-watching and nature walk in Chitwan National Park is the best opportunity to get introduced with some diverse flora and fauna of Nepal.

Travel Itinerary

Day 01: Arrival Kathmandu – transfer to hotel
Upon your arrival in Tribhuvan International Airport (TIA), Kathmandu, a representative from the Tour Supplier will receive you and transfer to the hotel.

Day 02: Full day Sightseeing Tour
The full day sightseeing tour starts at 9:00 am in the morning. You will be taken to the UNESCO World Heritage listed site of Pashupatinath, Bouddhanath, Swayambhunath and Kathmandu Durbar Square. In the evening, you will be transferred to your hotel in Thamel.

Day 03: Kathmandu – Pokhara (B)
An approximate 7 hours of drive from Kathmandu in a tourist bus will take you to the beautiful lake city of Pokhara. Pokhara lies at the lap of Annapurna Himalayas. Phewa Lake is the heart of the city. After checking in the hotel, You will have time to visit the lake side. Overnight at hotel.

Day 04: Pokhara – Naudanda – Pokhara (B)
Your guide will give you an wake up call early in the morning. An uphill drive of 20 minutes takes you to the top of Sarankot hill. You will enjoy the extraordinary sunrise view from the top of hill. The view of first rays of sun light over Himalayas is the most attractive experience of this site.

Day 05: Pokhara- Peace Stupa Pokhara
Today you have some major sites to visit in Pokhara like Devi’s Fall, Gupteshwor cave, International Mountain Museum and a short hike up to Peace Stupa at the southern hill of Pokhara. Evening at Hotel.

Day 06: Driving Pokhara to Chitwan (4 hours)
After a drive of approximate 4 hrs, you will reach Chitwan National Park. You will start your Jungle activity in the afternoon.

Day 07: Full day Jungle activities
You start your jungle activities after breakfast. The full day jungle activities includes dugout canoe ride, Nature walk, Elephant breeding center visit and observe the Tharu Culture Program in the evening.

Day 08: Drive back from Chitwan to Kathmandu
In the morning you will be going out for Bird watching tour. Return hotel for breakfast and then drive back to Kathmandu. An overland drive in tourist bus for 5 hrs will take you to Kathmandu. In the evening you have free time to go around Thamel.

Day 09: Sightseeing tour of Bhaktapur
Bhaktapur is a heritage city which has successfully preserved its art, crafts and architectures since the medieval period of Nepal’s history. It includes four different squares viz; Bhaktapur Durbar Square, Dattraya Square, Taumadi Square and Pottery square. The sites host three different museums of Stone carvings collections, bronze and metal carving collections and wood crafts collection. Additionally, you will have opportunity to taste the delicious Juju Dhou (Kind cord) during this visit. In the evening return back to Kathmandu for night stay.

Day 10: Transfer to international airport for your final departure towards next destination
A representative from the Tour Supplier will transfer you to the Tribhuvan International Airport from your hotel. Here concludes our 10 days Best Nepal Tour after saying you a good bye with a best wishes to your next destination.

- What Will You Do

Day 01 : Arrival Kathmandu – transfer to hotel
Day 02 : Full day Sightseeing Tour
Day 03 : Kathmandu - Pokhara (B)
Day 04 : Pokhara – Naudanda – Pokhara (B)
Day 05 : Pokhara- Peace Stupa Pokhara
Day 06 : Driving Pokhara to Chitwan (4 hours)
Day 07 : Full day Jungle activities
Day 08 : Drive back from Chitwan to Kathmandu
Day 09 : Sightseeing tour of Bhaktapur
Day 10 : Transfer to international airport for your final departure towards next destination

- What To Expect

- Best Nepal Tour Highlights
- Visit UNESCO listed World Heritage sites like Pashupatinath, Bouddhanath, Swayambhunath, Kathmandu Durbar Square
- Mingle with Heritage city of Bhakatapur
- Imagine the skill and expertise of craftsmen who made such Wooden crafts and unique architects
- Fully enjoy the Lake city of Pokhara
- Get overwhelmed with the wonderful Panoramic view of mountains and sunrise over Himalayas
- Visit the Devis fall, Gupteshwor cave, Seti river gorge, World Peace Stupa, International Mountain Museum and more..
- Encounter the amazing gentle and generous people and experience their culture
- Observe the local life Style
- Have an wonderful Wildlife Jungle Safari experience

- What Is Included

- Airport / Hotel / Airport transfers by private vehicle.
- Hotel Accommodation in Kathmandu and Pokhara including breakfast.
- Full board and activities packages in Chitwan
- Guided Tour with an expert tour guide and private vehicle
- Group medical supplies (first aid kit will be available).
- All needed royalties and permit
- Comprehensive pre-departure information and trip dossiers
- Special souvenir
- Welcome of Farewell Nepali Dinner in Kathmandu
- All necessary paper works, office Service charge and all Government Taxes
- Local transportation to and from the starting and ending points of the tour by Tourist bus or Private Car or Van depending on the number of travelers

- What Is Not Included

- Lunch and dinner in Kathmandu and Pokhara.
- Nepal entry visa fee, you can get Nepal visa up on arrival in the Airport.
- International Airfare/Airport tax, City tour Sightseeing entry fees.
- Alcoholic, hot and cold drinks, hot water, hot and cold showers.
- Personal expenses such as laundry, telephone calls, sweets, snacks, beverages and bar bills, camera battery charging.
- Travel Insurance
- Tips for tour/ trekking staffs and driver
- Any others expenses which are not mentioned on Price Includes section.

- Transfers

Pick up and Drop off to and from Hotel to the airport


How do I get there?
Most travelers arrive at Nepal via Tribhuvan International Airport, near Kathmandu. There are no flights directly from the Americas and surprisingly, almost none from Europe (Istanbul being an exception), so you’re likely to connect via major airports in the Middle East or Asia. If you have trouble finding something affordable, a good option is to fly to Delhi and connect from there (it’s about a one-hour flight).
Any safety concerns?
You will never feel unsafe during your visit to Nepal. But, some women warn that groping is a big problem. The crowds on the streets can see how local men get away with it. However, traveling with standard precautions seemed to be adequate and you won’t avoid travel to Nepal because of safety issues.
Any health concerns?
There are two things you should be aware of while traveling in Nepal: altitude sickness and food/water safety. Altitude sickness can be a real concern for trekkers. Although the cities of Kathmandu and Pokhara are at reasonable elevations, the mountain trails can climb sharply to dangerous levels. The short trek to Ghorepani and Poon hill rarely give you such risk. Ascend slowly, drink plenty of water, and be sure to acclimate slowly with plenty of rest stops and overnight adjustments. Mild symptoms can include headaches and fatigue, but in severe cases altitude sickness can lead to death. Like in many parts of the world, tap water is not safe for consumption and food preparation practices are held at a lower standard if you go to the local areas. Sanitation is certainly not what you’re used to at home and different bacteria can unfortunately make you ill. Some tourists say they ate to their heart’s delight at local restaurants, family kitchens, street carts, and from farm stands and never had a problem. But you can avoid to go local area, use water purifier for drinking water. If it looks and smell fresh and you can see how they’re preparing your meal, you’re likely okay.
How do you pay?
Nepalese rupees are the official currency of Nepal. Cash is definitely the King, so you’ll want to stop at an ATM to be prepared. About 75% of the restaurants and attractions we visited were cash only, as were many hotels. Even where credit cards are accepted, you’ll be paying a 4% surcharge for the privilege. I had no issues using a Charles Schwab ATM card (highly recommended) or breaking the 1000-rupee notes spit out by the ATM.
What’s the weather like?
Supposedly the best weather of the year comes post-monsoon or roughly mid-September through December. However, even in late October and early November, the weather was often rainy and hazy. You should make the trip in any season other than this “best” part of the year. Other than the summer monsoon, most weather variations are based on altitude. It is quite cold in Kathmandu except January - February. At higher elevations, it will be cold at night and need to layer up significantly because the temperatures were near freezing.
Were the locals friendly? Any tips on making communication easier?
Communication is a mixed bag: many Nepalis speak English, a side effect of how big the tourism industry is. However, there’s no middle ground here and you’ll be out of luck with those who don’t speak any English whatsoever. Everyone will appreciate it when you make an effort to greet and thank them in Nepali "Dhanyabad" to receive anything from them, service or things and Namaste at first meeting and while seeing off.
How much luggage can I take on domestic flights?
For mountain flights, you're allowed 5 kg. for carry-on and 10 kg. for checked-in luggage. For non-mountain sector flights, the check-in allowance increases to 20-25 kg.
Where can I store my luggage during the trek?
You can leave your additional luggage at your hotel in Kathmandu or at the company office of your specialist. Either way, your luggage will be waiting for you at your hotel when you return back from your trek.
What kind of trekking boots do I need?
You should bring trekking boots that are comfortable and broken in. Especially when crossing high passes, there can be some snow so it's good to be prepared for a variety of conditions. Your footwear doesn't need to be warm but should be strong and durable. It should have a chunky sole—preferably made of Vibram or another durable material—and should also protect your ankles. There are a variety of styles available at any outdoor store made of leather or synthetic materials, so it's really up to you what's more comfortable.
How long will we walk on an average day's trekking?
Each day you can expect five to seven hours walking, covering 10 to 14 km. However, above 3500m, the times will be the same but you'll only cover 8 to 9 km. Importantly, all our itineraries are flexible and can be altered by weather, geographical and physical condition of the individual participant
How much should I tip the guide and porters?
Tipping is not required but is expected, and really depends on how happy you were with the service. Guides (both for trekking and cultural tours), porters, and drivers are typically provided with a tip at the end of your service with them.
The last thing!
One of the reasons people love Nepal so much is because Hinduism and Buddhism are so closely and peacefully intertwined. While the rest of the world is busy fighting for their religion, Nepal is open and accepting of others’ beliefs. Tourists could learn a lot from Nepal!

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