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Upon arrival meet our representative at the airport. Drive and check-in to the hotel. Trip briefing will be done when you check-in.[Meal codes:] B=Breakfast, L=Lunch & D=Dinner Kathmandu stands at 1350 metres and the valley is surrounded by hills at an altitude of around 2400 metres. There are three important cities in the valley, the most significant being Kathmandu itself. Patan is the most Buddhist of the three and is across the Bagmati River to the south of Kathmandu, but so close as to be almost an extension of the capital. Bhaktapur, also known as Bhadgaon, is the most "medieval" city and is situated in the eastern part of the valley.
Day 02 Kathmandu (Sightseeing tour of Kathmandu valley) BBhaktapur and Thimi:
One of the three ancient cities of Nepal, and the only one to be heritage listed as an entire city, Bhaktapur is the home of medieval art and architecture, as well as thriving local pottery and weaving industries. It is one of the few places left in Kathmandu that is free of cars and maintains a traditional way of life. Bhaktapur Durbar Square: This spacious, beautiful square is packed from end to end with ancient temples and monuments including the "Lion Gate? and "The Bell of the Barking Dogs.? It?s a great place to explore for an hour or two and absorb the local life.
Nyatapola Temple: Dating back to 1702, this five-story pagoda is an impressive sight. Staring down at you from the terraces are intricately carved figures of wrestlers, elephants, lions and griffins.
Dattatreya Square: The Dattatreya Square is Bhaktapur?s third dazzling gem. The seat of royalty till the 15th century, the area still houses a great number of historic monuments including many wondrous Maths (residential mansions) and temples. The Peacock Window, which is also called the "Mona Lisa of Nepal", is a rare masterpiece in wood. Dating back to the early 15th Century, the unique latticed window has an intricately carved peacock in its centre.
Bouddhanath: 8km from the city centre, this is Kathmandu?s largest Stupa. It?s especially colourful on Saturdays, when Tibetan refugees flock here to pray.
Day 03: Sightseeing tour of Patan & Shyambunath. B
Patan: The ancient city of Patan faces Kathmandu on the southern bank of the River Bagmati. It?s a colourful place rich in Newari architecture, with Hindu temples and Buddhist monuments nestled harmoniously together in the narrow, winding streets and unexpected squares.
Patan Durbar Square: Exquisitely carved palaces, temples and shrines dominate the square, which is ruled by the ancient Royal Palace. Nestling in one corner is the triple-roofed octagonal tower of the 17th Century
Krishan Mandir: The first of its kind to be built, this 17th Century temple is the only one in Nepal comprised of entirely stone-carved shrines.
Shyambhunath Temple: Swayambhunath stupa (or Monkey Temple), situated high on a hill top, is one of the most recognised images of Kathmandu Valley and affords magnificent views of the city and valley below.
Kathmandu Durbar Square: Kathmandu?s most impressive sight, Durbar Square is a colourful blend of temples and palaces. It is also home to Kathmandu?s Kumari, or „living goddess?, a young girl believed to be a reincarnation of the goddess Durga. If you arrive early enough, it is worth walking to Kumari Temple.
Optional sightseeing: Mt. Everest Scenic flight (1 Hour) can be done on request US$ 250 per person includes return transport to the airport. Sightseeing tour cost options: Sedan or hatch back Car with driver, fuel and Insurance without air condition: $50.00 per day or with air condition $ 60.00
Guide: $ 30 per half day (Optional)
Entry fees approx: per person: (Subject to change by local authority)
Kathmandu Durbar square $10 Bouddhanath $ 3
Patan Durbar square $ 10 + $3 for Museum Pashupatinath $13
Bhaktapur Durbar square $ 20 Shyambhunath $ 3
Day 01 Pokhara sightseeing B:
This morning there is a chance for you to see the sunrise from Sarangkot where you will be able to take great photos of spectacular scenery. After breakfast we board a boat for a cruise on the lake and visit the Varahi Mandir Hindu Temple on an island in Phewa Ta Lake. After Lunch we will do a sightseeing tour of Pokhara including Chamere Gufa [A limestone cave], or Mahendra Pul [Seti River Gorge] and David Falls.
Devi Falls: This is a breathtaking view of Devi Fall in Chorrepatan. Chorrepatan is famous for this water fall and cave just two minutes walk away. The water comes from Fewa Lake and peaks during the rainy seasons of Summer (June, July, August).
Chamere Gufa (Bats cave): Chamere Gufa is known for its rock formations and the different stones that catch the light. The Bat?s cave or locally called the Chamero Gupha, as the name suggests, is full of bats. The cave is about 135 meters long. In the middle of the cave there are thousands of bats hanging from the roof. There are as many as 30 thousand bats of different species. The visitors can go inside the cave paying minimum
Boating in Fewa lake: For those who love to boat in the clear lake of the Valley, Fewa Lake has been the most popular among the visitors. You also have chance to visit the Barahi temple on the island of Fewa lake.
Day 02: Sunday Sarangkot – Hyanja (Tibetan refugee camp) & Mahendra Pul B
This route is popular both for mountain and sunrise view and to experience the Nepalese village life. The view point, Sarangkot offers the excellent panoramic view of Annapurnas and the sunrise. We also can feel the cool and fresh air of the mountains. Parjorling Tibetan Refugee Settlement at Prithvi Chowk was set up in the year 1972 with the generous permission from the Government of Nepal. There are two Tibetan villages in Pokhara. Tashiling is in the south near Devi?s fall. The other village Tashi Palkhel lies in the North of Pokhara, Hyangja. The Tibetan people living here produce woolen garments,blankets, carpets, colorful bags, antiques and handicrafts items. The Seti River is much popular among the tourists.It runs through deep channels in the conglomerate rocks, from Bagar to SitaPaila and in some places,it flows through narrow gorge. It can be seen at KI Singh Bridge, Mahendrapool Bridge and Prithvi Chowk Bridge, otherwise the Seti River remains elusive.
Day 03: Free day in Pokhara. B
Pokhara is a great place to relax and shop for souvenirs. Several activities can also be enjoyed such as Para gliding; visiting a Tibetan refugee camp or a mountain museum; playing golf with views of Annapurna; boating at Fewa lake and visiting the Barahi temple on the island.There are many more to choose from. All activities can be organized for you.