Nepal-Land of Snow (07 Nights/08 Days)
Kathmandu(2) - Pokhara(2) - Chitwan(2) - Kathmandu(1)
Kathmandu Getaway with Nagarkot offers guests an option to get away to Kathmandu, Capital of Himalayan Kingdom of Nepal and a popular getaway destination in North India alongwith a visit to Nagarkot, a Himalayan getaway near Kathmandu.
Start Point: Kathmandu
End Point: Kathmandu
Best Season To Travel
- Day-1 Arrive at Kathmandu
- Day-2 Kathmandu Sightseeing
- Day-3 Drive to Pokhara via Manakamana
- Day-4 Pokhara Sightseeing
- Day-5 Drive to Chitwan. Jungle Safaris / Activities in the afternoon.
- Day-6 Chitwan Elephant Safaris, walks, Canoe ride and Tharu Tribal Dance
- Day-7 Return to Kathmandu
- Day-8 Departure from Kathmandu
Kathmandu - Pashupatimath Temple (4.00 kms), Swayambhunath (4.00 kms), Patan Darbar Square (5.00 kms), Boudhanath Stupa (6.00 kms), Bhaktapur Durbar Square (15.00 kms)
Pokhara - Phewa Lake (1.00 kms), Davis Falls (2.00 kms), Seti George (3.00 kms), Manakamana Temple (105.00 kms)
- Kathmandu to Nagarkot -32 kms (1 hrs)
- Nagarkot to Pokhara - 225.2 km (6 h 24 min)
- Pokhara to Chitwan -150 kms (5 hrs)
- Chitwan to Kathmandu -165 kms (5.5 hrs)
• Dal bhat (lentils and rice)
• Tarkari (spiced vegetables)
• Thukpha (Tibetan stew of noodles and meat)
• Rotis (flat pancake-like bread made from wheat or rice flour)
• Chapatti (similar to roti but thinner)
• Choyla (diced and roasted water buffalo, spiced and eaten with rice)
• Cel roti (Nepali equivalent of a donut; circular, fried dough)
• Pani puri (round pastries filled with spices, potatoes, and water)
• Momos (handmade dumplings filled with meat or veggies; order them friend or steamed)
• Chai (tea brewed with milk, sugar and spices)
• Butter tea (popular among Tibetan cultures; the combination of salt, butter, and hot water)
• Lassi (curd mixed with sugar in a mixture of sweet and salty flavours)
• Raksi (wheat or rice alcohol)
• Chang (homebrewed beer made from fermented barley, maize, rye or millet)
- The form of greeting in Nepal is “Namaste” performing by joining both palms together. It literally means “the divine in me salutes the divine in you”.
- Bring a universal plug and voltage adapter kit for your Electronics. Nepal uses 220V.
- Do not trek alone. There have been numerous disappearances of solo trekkers in recent years. Always hire a guide or trek with other people.
- Avoid water that is not bottled or boiled. Avoid raw vegetables and pre-cut fruit as much as possible.
- Do not fully rely on schedules and times that are committed to you. Have time buffer as much as you can between your major plans and activities.
- Always be alert/aware of “Bandhs” (Strikes – where no transportation is allowed) as they can alter all your travel plans substantially.
- Be sure to exchange back all the Nepalese currencies before you leave. They are not accepted outside of Nepal. Besides, taking currency out of the country is against the law.
- Stay away from dance bars in KTM and PKR. These are tourist traps where they scam you on buying alcohol and food at much inflated prices. Some of these places have a history of intimidation and violence.
- If you are planning to apply for the Visa at the airport, make sure to have passport size photo available.
- All nightlife pretty much ends by 10 pm with only a few places around the Thamel area that may stay open a little later.