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  • Day 01 Arrival Kathmandu
  • Day 02 Kathmandu
  • Day 03 Kathmandu-Pokhara
  • Day 04 Pokhara- sarangkot hike
  • Day 05 Pokhara-Kathmandu
  • Day 06 Kathmandu-abroad

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  • Arrival at the International Airport in Kathmandu , meeting and assistance by representative, transfer to hotel.


  • After Breakfast visit of Kathmandu, Swayambhunath, Patan & Tibetan Refugee Centre
  • Swayambhunath Stupa: The Buddhist stupa of Swayambhunath is situated on the top of a hill west of the city. Swayambhunath literally means self originated god. This 2000 years old Stupa,is one of the most sacred Buddhist religious sites in Nepal. The huge symbolic representation of Buddhahood signifies five elements through which the living being are made up of – Air, Water, fire, Earth & Ether. The thirteen steps going up spirally are the steps of wisdom, crossing each spires successfully leads an individual towards the ultimate goal i.e. to attain enlightenment to liberate human kind from sufferings.
  • Old Kathmandu City: Teeming, touristy Durbar Square is the natural place to begin sightseeing. The old Royal Palace (Durbar), running along the eastern edge of the square, takes up more space than all the other monuments combined. The king no longer lives here the Palace was moved to Narayanhiti about a century ago. Around the central Durbar Square are the old Royal Palace Known as the Hanuman Dhoka, numerous interesting temples, the Kumari Chowk or Kumari Bahal (the residence of the living goddess) and the Kasthamandap. It’s easy to spend hours wandering around the colourful and busy area of Durbar Square and the adjoining
  • Basantapur square: This is very much the center of Old Kathmandu and watching the world go by from the terraced platforms of the towering Maju Deval is a wonderful way to get the feel.
  • Patan city: One of the three cities in Kathmandu Valley is separated from Kathmandu only by the Bagmati River and is the second largest town in the valley. It is sometimes referred to as Lalitpur,the city of beauty.
  • Patan Durbar Square: As in Kathmandu Patan also have the Royal Palace facing the Durbar Square but Patan’s Durbar Square is a concentrated mass of temples, undoubtedly the most visually stunning display of Newari architecture to be seen in Nepal. This square rose to its full glory during the Malla Period. Evening Proceed to Local Nepalese Restaurant for WELCOME DINNER with Folk Dances
  • Overnight stay at the hotel.


  • Morning Drive to Pokhara.
  • Phewa Lake: Phewa Tal or Phewa Lake is the tourist center of Pokhara and the second largest Lake in Nepal. Only Rara Lake in the far west of the country is larger. If, legends is to be believed as per the local legends the origin of Phewa Lake capsules a very interesting story of beggar,who was scorned by the inhabitants except for a sympathetic woman, the beggar warned her of an Impending flood: as the woman and her family fled to higher ground, a torrent roared down from the mountains and submerged the town – the “beggar” having been none other than the goddess Barahi Bhagwati. In the intervening period the woman’s descendants settled beside the new lake and erected a temple dedicated to Barahi Bhagwati, which is located on the other side of the Lake.
  • Bindhyabasini Temple: Pokhara’s main cultural attraction, a quiet temple complex more noteworthy for its sweeping mountain views than its collection of shrines. The featured deity, Bindyabasini, is an incarnation of Kali the mother goddess in her blood thirsty aspect, who is represented by Saligram an auspicious stone as per the Hindu Mythology. Animal sacrifices are common at this Temple, particular on Saturday and on the ninth day of the biggest festival “Dashain” of Nepal.
  • David’s Fall: Also known as Fadke, Devin’s or David’s Falls, this waterfall is about 2 km South – west of the Pokhara Airport on the main Siddhartha High way and just before the Tashiling Tibetan Village. The Phardi Khola is the out flow from Phewa Tal and at Devi Falls it suddenly drops down into a hole in the ground and disappears. One of its alternate names comes from a tale that a tourist named David disappeared down the hole as well, taking his girlfriend with him.
  • Tibetan Settlements: There are a number of Tibetans settlements around Pokhara and you see many Tibetans around the lake selling their crafts and artifacts. Among many Tibetan settlements that you visit is the Tashiling Tibetan Village where they weave Tibetan carpets.
  • Overnight stay at the hotel.


  • Sarangkot is situated at an elevation of 1592 m is the best vantage point to see the Sun rise views over the Himalayas nearby Pokhara.
  • At first, drive to a place called Sirling Butte for about half an hour. Thereafter, commence to walk on a stone staircase for Sarangkot which takes about one and half hour.
  • As one climb up, the views of Machhapuchhre/Mt. Fish-tail (6993m), Annapurna II, III, IV, Lamjung Himal (6932m) begin to emerge from behind the hills. Reaching on the top, the panoramic views of western Himalayas including Dhaulagiri (8167m), Annapurna South (7219m), Annapurna I (8091m), Hiunchuli (6441m), Mt. Fish-tail (6993m), Annapurna II, III, IV and Lamjung Himal are magnificent.
  • Overnight stay at the hotel.


  • After Breakfast Fly back to Kathmandu
  • Afternoon sightseeing of Boudhanath, Pashupatinath and Khaktapur
  • Pashupatinath Temple: Not only is Pashupatinath the most important Hindu temple in Nepal it’s one of the most important Shiva temple on the subcontinent and draws numerous devotees from all over India each year. The temple is dedicated to lord Shiva who is the destroyer and creator of the Hindu pantheon and appears in many forms. His terrible forms are probably best known, particularly his appearance in Nepal as the cruel and destructive Bhairabs, but he also has peaceful incarnations including those of Mahadev and Pashupatinath, the lord of the beasts. Asthe temple is located on the bank of the Bagmati River, which is considered to be the holy River, therefore Hindu people prefer to be cremated here- as such visiting this temple would enable our visitors to know the religious formalities that are being carried out before and after the cremation.
  • Boudhanath: On the eastern side of Kathmandu, just north of the Airport stands a huge Stupa of Bodhnath, the largest Stupa in Nepal and one of the biggest in the world. It is a popular religious hub of considerable population of Tibetans many of these Tibetans are refugees who fled their country following the unsuccessful uprising against the Chinese invaders in 1959.They have been energetic and successful in the intervening years, as the large houses in and around Bodhnath Testify. This is one of the few places in the world where Tibetan culture is both accessible and unhindered.
  • Bhaktapur Durbar Square: Bhaktapur’s Durbar Square is much larger and more spacious than Kathmandu’s and much less crowded with temples than Patan’s. Victorian illustrations show the square packed with temples and buildings, but the disastrous earthquake of 1934 destroyed many of them and today empty plinths show where some of them once stood and have not bee rebuilt.
  • Overnight stay at the hotel.


  • Departure transfer in time to Airport for flight to onward destination.

*Note: All flight details and timings are subject to change.