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Nepal Pokhara Tour, Tour in Nepal, Pokhara-Chitwan Nepal Tour  

About Pokhara, Detail information about Pokhara city tour,
The Pokhara Valley at 827 meters above sea level and 200 km west of Kathmandu is one Mt. Fishtail's shadow on Pokhara's Fewa lake.of the most picturesque spots in Nepal. Glorius views of the Annapurna Range of the Himalayas including Dhaulagiri, Annapurna I - IV and the magnificent "fish tail mountain" Machhapuchhare are visible from the town. Machhapuchhare for example, is only 28 kilometers from

Chitwan is at 365m from sea level and one of the best destination to see the wild life with Jungle safari activities in chitwan National park. Chitwan is at 185 Km from Pokhara and takes 6 hours on normal drive. There are not any flight connection between chitwan and Pokhara. The only one option of transportation is by road.

The Chitwan has had a long history of conservation. For many years it was the Royal hunting grounds for the Kings and dignitaries of Nepal and therefore was not hunted by the general public. It did however become a favorite spot for big game safari hunters in the late nineteenth and early to mid-twentieth centuries. This was coupled with a surge in local human populations following the development of anti-malaria medicines in the mid-twentieth century. The long-term effect was a drastic decrease in jungle habitat and animal populations in the Chitwan valley as jungles were converted to farmland and big game were hunted and poached to dangerously low numbers.

Kathmandu - Pokhara - chitwan Tour - 7 Nights 8 Days Nepal Tour package

Day 01:

Airport pick-up transfer to Hotel at Kathmandu overnight stay.

Day 02:

Kathmandu Valley sight seeing overnight stay.

Day 03:

Drive to Airport for Pokhara. Pokhara overnight stay.

Day 04:

Pokhara sight seeing overnight stay.

Day 05:

Drive to Chitwan National Park. Overnight stay.

Day 06:

Chitwan National Park Packages.

Day 07:

Drive to Kathmandu overnight stay kathmandu.

Day 08:

Departure from Kathmandu to your next destination

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Tour Package Itinerary Details:

Day 1: Kathmandu
Arrive at Tribhuwan International Airport, Kathmandu, you are welcomed by the hospitable meeting and then you will be transferred to your hotel. Our guide will explain briefly the program upon arrival at hotel.

Day 2: Kathmandu Sightseeing
Sightseeing at Kathmandu Durbar square and Living Goddess Kumari's house. Up to the last of 17th century Nepal was divided into more than50 separate petty Kingdoms. Within Kathmandu valley here is also 4 separate kingdom kathnandu, Bhaktpur, Patan and Kirtipur. That time King live in Royal Palace and Now a days we call that old royal palace is locally called Dubar square.
Kumari is a vergin goddess worshipped by local people. This religious practice started from last of 17th century by King Jaya Pratap Malla. Kumari goddess is also regarded as living virgin God. She is the incarnation of Goddess Talaju.

Day 3: Kathmandu - Pokhara

Day 4: Pokhara
After breakfast, we depart for Pokhara and commence a full day sightseeing of Pokhara, the most popular destination in Nepal after Kathmandu, spend enjoyably the morning trip along the bank of Phewa Lake, you can admire the stunning view of the Fish Tail's Peak reflected in the silver surface of the water. You can also see the wonderful Annapurna panorama forms a superb backdrop to Pokhara from the lake. Aside from Phewa Lake, we keep visiting the Seti River gorge - one of the best places to see. You will have an opportunity to take a glimpse to the limestone cave of Mahendra Gufa, used to be well-known for its stalactites. Stay overnight at hotel.

Davi's fall: It is also known as Patale Chango, is an awesome waterfall laying 2 km southwest of Pokhara. During summer and rainy season, the waterfall takes its real form, with gushing water splashing and making its way through the rocks.

Gupteshwor Cave: Just opposite of Devis's fall, on the other side of the road, there is Gupteshwor Cave. This cave is popular for the different natural forms made from limestone deposits. Photography is strictly prohibited inside the cave.

Mahendra Cave and Minstrel (Gaine) Village: This limestone cave is named after King Mahendra and is situated in Bltulechaur, a village in the northern part of Pokhara valley. Professional minstrels known as Gaines live in this village.

Phewatal Lake: The most popular destination for travelers wanting to indulge in recreational boating. It is the second largest lake in the kingdom and measureroughly 1.5 by 4 km. it's eastern shore, also known as lakeside or Baidam, is the center of tourist activity in Pokhara. Renting a boat for a couple of hours and heading out to the lake bordering the forested hill, and taking a swim, can be the highlight of a warm day. Then hike to World Peace Pagoda: This pagoda is situated on the top of a hill on the southern shore of Phewa lake. It has four images of Buddha facing in four directions. The pagoda is an impressive sight and its hilltop location commands great view. It is a great vantage point, which offers spectacular views of the Annapurna range and Pokhara town

Day 5: Pokhara - Chitwan
After breakfast, we travel overland from Pokhara to Royal Chitwan National Park. We experience you a lots of Safari Packages; jungle walks, canoeing, 4WD safaris and so forth. Once the night falls down, we entertain you with cultural performances including bonfire before getting in bed.

Day 6: Chitwan
Breakfast, the next, you get a full day safari Packages in Royal Chitwan national Park - if you are lucky, you will see many amazing creatures that you spend most time to looking for; rhinoceroses, Chitwan's royal Bengal tigers, leopards, monkeys, many types of deer and reptiles. Check your camera gear - preferably with a telephoto lens and you will not miss any shots. Stay overnight.

Day 7: Chitwan - Kathmandu

Day 8: Final Departure

Places to see in Pokhara during Pokhara city tour :

Mountain Views from Pokhara valley
From the lake you get a fantastic view of the Annapurna Mountains. The mountains that can be seen are the Annapurna peaks: Annapurna I to IV and Annapurna South, and the outstanding Machhapuchhare. Other mountains that can be seen are Hiunchuli, Tarke Kang, Lamjung Himal, Gangapurna, Varahashikar and Khangsar Kang. West of the Annapurna mountains is Dhaulagiri at 8167m, which at one time was considered to be the highest mountain in the world, before more precise systems of measurement were discovered.
There is an interesting story about the climbing of Annapurna I at 8091m. It is not easily seen from Pokhara because it a good distance to the north. After a French led expedition in 1950 led by Maurice Herzog made it to the top of this peak, it became the peak above 8000m to be climbed. The story of the climbing of this mountain is told in Herzog’s classic book Annapurna, which makes very interesting reading. After a severe mountain storm caught the expedition, Herzog got a frostbite in which he lost most of his fingers and toes.
Machhapuchhare stands out because it is nearer to Pokhara than any of the other peaks. At 6997m it is the lowest of the mountains. Machhapuchhare means “fish tail.” From Pokhara, Machhapuchhare looks like a singular mountain peak. If one walks several days towards Jomsom, at this point you can see that the mountains has a second peak and at that place is resembles a fish tail.
No one is allowed to climb this mountain, because it is considered holy. An expedition in 1957, led by the late Colonel Jimmy Roberts got to within 50m of the top, before turning back after the Sherpas refused to go any further.
At Sarangkot you can get an excellent view of the mountains. To get here you take a taxi for around Rs 700 and from where it lets you off is a half-hour walk. From Pokhara it is a beautiful three hour walk.

Phewa Tal (Lake)
This beautiful lake, along with the mountain views are the main attractions of Pokhara. It is the second largest lake. Rara Lake, in the west side of Nepal, is the largest.
You can take a boat ride on the lake for Rs 100 to Rs 200 per hour. You can hire your own boat and hire a boat with someone to row you around. A sail boat can be rented at the Hotel Fewa for 300 per hour. For longer period there are discounts. Boats are most expensive opposite the Varahi Temple, and are cheaper going towards Damside.
While boating it is advised to stay away from the dam, because the currents can be rough and therefore dangerous.
There is a small island in the lake, which has on it the Varahi Temple dedicated to the goddess Varahi Bhagwati, the Shakti energy.
Lakeside (Baidam)

Damside (Pardi)
There is a great class view of the mountains from a small Vishnu temple in the piece of land between the lake and the spillway.
Pardi Dam is next to the Damside area. It can not be walked on.

Seti Gandaki River
The Seti Gandaki River flows through the east part of Pokhara. In some places it flows completely underground and can not be seen. Seti means white and the water is turned a milky color by the limestone in the soil.
You can get a good view of the river at the north end of the bazaar, from the bridge near the old Mission Hospital and just north of the main bus station. From the bus station you go north past Shanti Batika Park which then pasts some jungle and you make a right at the path.
You can also get an even better view of the river on the footbridge, on the other (east) side of the airport runway. You can also see the river from the Mahendrapul Bridge in the area of the main bazaar.

Tibetan Places
There are several Tibetan settlements in the area of Pokhara. Many Tibetans sell crafts in the area of the lake.
From the hill-top Tibetan Buddhist Monastery there are good views of the Pokhara Valley. It has a large statue of Buddha and some nice wall paintings. To get here you cross the Mahendrapul Bridge from the bazaar area and then follow the road to here.
The Tashiling Tibetan Village is a few km southwest of the airport. They make Tibetan carpets there.
There is a good-size Tibetan settlement called Tashipalkhel at Hyangja, which is a short drive away. It is an hour or two walk northwest of Pokhara along the Pokhara to Jomsom trek.

Places to See
North of town is Mahendra Gufa, which is a cave with several tunnels.

Devi's Falls
Devi's Fall of Pokhara It is also known as Patale Chango and Devin’s. The Pardi Khola is the river that flows from the Phewa Tal Lake. At Devi Falls the river falls down into a hole and disappears. The Pardi Khola flows underground for around 200m and then re-emerges again and flows in the Phusre Khola which later meets the Seti Gandaki River.
It is also known as David’s Falls because one story says that a tourist names David and his girlfriend fell into the hole and were never seen again.
Devi Falls is just before the Tashiling Tibetan Village on Siddhartha Highway, about 2km southwest of the airport.


There are three museums in Pokhara, but neither is so interesting. Pokhara Museum has local history exhibits, crafts and costumes. The exhibits are good. It is on the main road, north of the bus station. National History Museum has a natural history section that has a good butterfly, moth and insect exhibit. It is also called the Annapurna Regional Museum. There is an ACAP exhibits showing the environmental problems of the area. Near the museum is the Information Center for the Annapurna Conservation Area Project which has some good cultural exhibits in the ACAP region. Tamu Kohibo Museum has exhibits relating to the Gurung culture and shamanic traditions. It is on the east side of town near the Seti River

There are not many temples in Pokhara
The double-roofed Newari-style Bhimsen Temple is located in the northern part of the bazaar on the main road. It has some erotic carvings on its roof struts.
In the north part of town, on a small hill, is the Binde Basini Temple. In this temple is Durga (Parvati) manifested in the form of a shalagram. It is located in a pleasant location and there are good mountain views. There are animal sacrifices at this temple, the main day being Saturday and the ninth day of Dasain in October.

Excellent daily cultural program featuring Nepali dance. From 6.30 to 7.30 pm. Admission: There is also a cultural music and dance show tooMost of the night spots close at 11 pm.

Pokhara Area Short Treks

Annapurna Skyline Trek
It is a three or four day trek. It is known as the “Royal Trek,” because Britain’s Prince Charles trekked is at one time. Not many people do this trek, so there are no places to stay along the route. Along the way there are some good views of the Annapurnas.
It is a pleasant trek to do along with children as the walking d
ays are not so long and it take not go to any high altitudes.
There are several different ways the trek can be done. The trek begins on the Pokhara to Kathmandu (Prithvi) Highway, a few kilometres from Pokhara. It then climbs up the ridge and then mainly follows ridges and then comes back to the Pokhara Valley.
The trail first goes through the villages of Kalikathan, Sahklung and Chisopani. It then descends to the stream that goes in Rupa Tal Lake. The end of the trek goes along the ridge between Rupa Tal Lake and Begnas Tal Lake and then end at Begnas Bazaar, where you get a bus back to Kathmandu.

Ghandrung to Ghorapani Trek
This seven day trek starts and finishes at Birethanti, west of Pokhara. It has some great views of the Annapurnas. The trek includes the first few days of the Annapurna Sanctuary Trek up to Ghandrung and the first few days of the Jomsom Trek up to Ghorapani and the walk between these two places.
Poon Hill, one of the best viewpoints in the area, is near Ghorapani.

Naudanda Trek
This two-day trek begins at Hyangja and then goes to Suikhet, Naudanda, Kaski, Sarangkot and the finishes in Pokhara. There are several places to stay in Naudanda.

Ghachok Trek
This interesting two-day trek begins in Hyangja, which has a Tibetan settlement. It then goes north across the Mardi Khola to Lhacock, and then to Ghacok. The trail then goes south to Batulechaur and then to Pokhara.

Located in the Terai region of Nepal, with its abundant natural wealth, Chitwan makes a great place for nature lovers. Resorts and Hotels are numerous in this tourist hot spot as visitors may spend weeks marveling in the glorious Sal hardwood forest and "elephant grass" savannah.

In order to reverse some of this devastation, the Chitwan National Park opened in 1973 and the Royal Nepalese Army deployed there to prevent poaching. The park now preserves a magnificent array of wildlife the world can marvel over.