Kathmandu/Pokhara/Chitwan 07 nights 08 days tour

07 Nights/ 08 Days Itinerary


Day to Day Itinerary:


Day 1:              Arrival at Kathmandu International Airport
Warm welcome by our representative at the Airport

Transfer to the hotel

Rest of the day Leisure
Over night at hotel


Day 02:            Breakfast at the hotel.

AM:                 Half day Sightseeing of Kathmandu City + Swayambhunath

PM:                 Half day Sightseeing of Patan City.

                        Overnight at the hotel


Kathmandu:  World Heritage site

The capital of Nepal is an exhilarating and fascinating city of color and one of the most picturesque capitals in the world. Nestled in a large valley which according to legend was a huge lake, the city has a variety of attraction to offer that include a heady array of exquisite medieval monuments, museums, temples and statues. Kathmandu Valley comprises the three ancient cities of Kathmandu, Patan and Bhaktapur, which were once independent states ruled by the Malla kings from the 12th to the 18th centuries. The three cities house seven UNESCO World Heritage shrines which are together listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Sites.


Swayambhunath: World Heritage site

A golden spire crowning a conical wooden hill, Swayambhunath Stupa is the one of most ancient and enigmatic of all the holy shrines in Kathmandu. Approximately 2000 years old, Swayambhunath Stupa, is a dome 20 meters in diameter and 32 meters in height. The temple is colloquially known as the 'monkey temple' because of the large tribe of roving monkeys who guard the temple. Many other smaller temples and places of religious importance for both Hindus and Buddhists are available at Swayambhunath making it a perfect example of the symbiotic co-existence of different religious beliefs found only in Nepal.

Patan:  World Heritage site

Patan or Lalitpur, (“Yala” as it is known by its inhabitants, the Newars) is one of the three great cities of the Kathmandu Valley, which is the historical center and cultural heart of Nepal. Located 5 km south of Kathmandu valley on the southern side of the Bagmati River is one of the three main cities in Kathmandu Valley. The city is believed to be the first settlement in the Valley and was established by the Kirat dynasty who ruled for more than 1200 years from the 3rd century BC. Patan is famous for its amazing collection of fantastically carved temples, palace courtyards, water spouts, public baths and houses with their equally elaborate wood, stone and metal carvings under the patronages of the Kirat, Lichchhavi and Malla kings. Patan has more than a 1000 temples and monuments dedicated to the uniquely Nepali mix of Buddhist and Hindu gods, chief among which are the mounds erected by the great Indian Emperor Asoka in the four corners of the city when he visited Nepal in 250 BC. Patan Durbar square is one of the seven Monument Zones that make up the Kathmandu Valley UNESCO World Heritage Site.


Day 03:            Breakfast at hotel

Start Drive to Chitwan.

Option of White Water River Rafting at Trishuli River:

                        Approx 4 hrs raft from Chauradhi to Kurintar.

                        Lunch at kurintar

                        Drive to Chitwan. (Approx. 2-3 hrs drive on normal road condition)

                        Overnight at the hotel


Rafting in Nepal is adventurous suitable for both families and sport lovers. There are easy rivers perfect for family trips and beginners. Whereas whitewater rafting destinations are sure to create one in a lifetime experience for sport lovers! Nepal’s rivers change with seasons. Each year, after the heavy monsoon from June- August river volume and speed increases. Rafting in monsoon is risky and difficult. Trishuli is ideal for beginners, families. Scenic valleys, impressive gorges, exhilarating rapids and some easier sections combined together provide life time experience to the first time rafters.

River Grade:          3 Classes

Chitwan:  World Heritage site

Chitwan is the name not only of Nepal’s most visited national park but also of the surrounding dun valley and administrative district. Chitwan National Park is brimming with natural vegetation and local culture and has been nicknamed the “Heart of the Jungle”, because of its sublime character. Listed as a World Heritage site Chitwan National Park is high on the list of things to do in Nepal. Previous to being a conservation area Chitwan National park was the Royal hunting grounds for the Kings and dignitaries of Nepal and later became a favorite spot for big game safari hunters in the late nineteenth and early to mid-twentieth centuries.

Day 04:            Breakfast at the hotel

                        Full day Jungle Activities as per Lodge Program

                        Overnight at the hotel



Day 05:            Breakfast at the hotel

                        Start Drive for Pokhara.                    

Rest of the day at Leisure

Overnight at the hotel

Day 06:            Sunrise view from Sarangkot

                        Breakfast at hotel

AM:                 Half day Sightseeing of Pokhara with Boat ride at Lake Phewa.

PM:                 Half day Sightseeing of World Peace Stupa

                        Rest of the day at Leisure

Overnight at the hotel


Sarangkot is a hill station which is located on a mountainside ridge at an altitude of 1600m with panoramic view of the Himalayas only 30 minutes away from Pokhara. From Sarangkot, on the northern direction one can see the Dhaulagiri and Annapurna range upfront when the weather is clear; on the southern direction the village overlooks the city of Pokhara.


Situated in the North Western part of Nepal Pokhara is very popular valley among the Annapurna mountain range trekkers and travelers alike. It is a typical tourist destination with a laid back atmosphere. The Himalayas make the greatest rise from subtropical valley floor to icy summit of any mountain range on earth, and the contrast is stunningly apparent at Pokhara where mountains rise very quickly from the elevation of 1,000 m to over 7,500 mPokhara; offers you an extreme range of services, which you can indulge in while enjoying the natural setting of the fishtail mountain and the serenity of the beautiful Phewa Lake.

World Peace Stupa:

The World Peace Pagoda can be seen on top of a hill on the southern fringe of Phewa Lake. It has four images of the Buddha facing the four directions. The dome-shaped pagoda is an impressive sight, and its hilltop location commands a great view of the city below and also offers spectacular views of the Annapurna.

Day 07:            Breakfast at the hotel

Drive back to Kathmandu

                       Overnight at the hotel


Day 08:            Breakfast at the hotel

                        At Leisure till Departure

                        Transfer to the Airport for onward Journey




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