Meals: Lunch, Dinner
Meet At Raxaul And Drive To Chitwan. Jungle Activities As Per 01 Night/ 02 Days Program Of The Hotel
Chitwan National Park Stands Today As A Successful Testimony Of Nature Conservation In South Asia; This Is The First National Park Of Nepal Established In 1973 To Preserve A Unique Ecosystem Significantly Valuable To The Whole World. The Park Covering A Pristine Area Of 932 Sq. Km Is Situated In The Subtropical Inner Terai Lowlands Of Southern Central Part Of Nepal. There Are More Than 43 Species Of Mammals In The Park. The Park Is Especially Renowned For The Protection Of The Endangered One-Horned Rhinoceros, Tiger, Gharial Crocodile Along With Many Other Common Species Of Wild Animals. The Estimated Population Of Endangered Species Of Animals Such As Gaur, Wild Elephant, Four Horned Antelope, Striped Hyena, Pangolin, Gangetic Dolphin, Monitor Lizard And Python, Chital, Hog Deer, Barking Deer, Sloth, Palm Civet, Wild Dog, Langur Etc. Rhesus Monkey, Etc.
Overnight At The Chitwan Paradise.
Today After Breakfast We Will Drive To Pokhara. Approx 04 Hours Drive [150 Kms].
Pokhara Has Mesmerized Visitors From All Over The World With The Rare Combinations Of Snow-Clad Peaks And Snow Fed Lakes And Rivers. It Is The Starting Point For Many Of Nepal’s Most Popular Trekking And Rafting Destinations. The Serenity Of The Phewa Lake Accompanied By The Grandeur Of Machhapuchhre Creates An Ambience Of Peace And Magic. Pokhara Is The Home For Dense Forests, Gushing Rivers, Lucid Lakes And The World Famous View Of The Himalayas.
Phewa Lake: Sightseeing Of Phewa Lake (One Hour Boat Ride). The Lake In The Immediate Vicinity Of The City Is Phewa Lake With An Island Temple Dedicated To Goddess Barahi In The Middle With Its Serene Water Reflecting The Annapurna Range And A Nicely Preserved Forest On The Adjoining Southern Slope, This Legendary Second Largest Lake Of Nepal Remains A Major Source Of Attraction For The Visiting Tourists.
Overnight At Hotel Lake Star.
Early Morning Visit Sarangkot And Sightseeing Tour Of Davi’s Fall, Gupteshwor Cave, Mahendra Cave, And Bindebashini Temple.
Sarangkot Is 9 Kms To The North West Of Pokhara Is One Of The Most Popular Tourist Destinations In Nepal. Conveniently Perched High On The Top Of A Ridge At 1,592M., The Serene Hill Resort Offers The Spectacular Panorama Of The Entire Annapurna Range Stretching From East To West And The Un-Spoilt Rural Settlements Just Below Those Towering Peaks. Viewing 700M Down From The Top Of Sarangkot You Can Have Awesome Sights Of The Stretching Pokhara Valley, Phewa Lake And Many More.
Davi’s Fall: It Is The Most Famous Water Fall In Pokhara, Which Comes To Its Gushing Best Just Before Disappearing Underground. The Water Flowing In This Fall Comes From Fewa Lake And The Fall Is Worth Visiting During The Rainy Seasons As It Possesses Its Maximum Velocity.
Bindebashini Temple: This Is One Of The Oldest Temples In Pokhara. Legend Says That When Pokhara Was A Part Of Kaski Kingdom, The Main Deity Of The Temple, Goddess Durga, Was Brought From India. Apart From The Peace And Tranquility That Can Be Felt In This Region, The Premises Of The Temple Offers A Good View Of The Himalaya On A Clear Day. The Temple Is In The Area Of The Bazaar; Hence, A Journey Of The Old Bazaar Can Be Combined With A Visit To The Temple.
Gupteswor Mahadev Cave: Gupteshwor Mahadev Cave Is One Of The Longest Caves In Nepal. On The Way To Cave, There Are Shining Stones Seen Everywhere And In The Temple Is Big Stone That Looks Like Snake'S Head And Tortoise Which Is Consider As The Image Of The Lord Shiva. Second Part Is Very Beautiful And You See Shining Stones And Different Types Of Rocks Like Bee Hives.
Overnight At Hotel Lake Star.
Today After Breakfast We Will Drive To Kathmandu Which Is Approx 06 Hours Drive. [210Kms]
Kathmandu Valley Is Illustrated By Seven Groups Of Monuments And Buildings Which Display The Full Range Of Historic And Artistic Achievements For Which The Kathmandu Valley Is World Famous. Unesco Has Declared 7 World Heritage Sites, All Inside Kathmandu Valley. These Seven Worlds Heritage Sites Are All Amazing Man-Made Wonders Still Standing Majestically - Some Of Them As Old As 2500 Years. Once You Take This Tour, You Will Get The Full Experience Of Each Location After Visiting This World Heritage Sights With Its Unique Built Up.
Overnight At Hotel Mountain.
Kathmandu Durbar Square Is Located In The Heart Of Old City Kathmandu. There Are Around 50 Temples In The Vicinity. In This Tour, We Visit The 17Th Century Durbar Complex, Hanuman Dhoka, Paravati Temple, Great Bell And Drum, Bhairav And Taleju Temple. A Few Steps Away There Is The Temple Of The Living Goddess, Where You May Catch A Glimpse Of The Kumari At One Of The Open Windows Overlooking The Inner Courtyard. All Around The Splendour Of Historical Monuments Is The Hustle & Bustle Of The Market Place. Vegetable Vendors, Trees Of Flutes, Salesmen With Their Wares Displayed On Their Person, Souvenir Hawkers, And Street Shop Selling Imported Goods And Tucked Away In A Quiet Corner The Glittering Bead Market For Custom Made Bead Necklaces.
Swayambunath Is An Ancient Religious Complex Atop A Hill In The Kathmandu Valley, Located Approximately 4 Km/2.5 Miles West Of Kathmandu City. It Is Also Known As The Monkey Temple As There Are Holy Monkeys Living In Parts Of The Temple In The North West. Swayambhunath Occupies A Central Position; It Is Probably The Most Sacred Among Buddhist Pilgrimage Sites.
Pashupatinath: Situated 5 Kilometers East Of Kathmandu City, Pashupatinath Temple Is One Of The Holiest Hindu Temple Dedicated To Lord Shiva. Situated Amidst A Lush Green Natural Setting On The Bank Of The Sacred Bagmati River, The Temple Built In Pagoda Style Has Gilded Roof And Richly Carved Silver Doors. Visitors Will Be Permitted To View The Temple From The East Bank Of Rivers Bagmati, Entrance In The Temple Being Strictly Forbidden To All Non-Hindus. Pashupatinath Is The Center Of Annual Pilgrimage On The Day Of Shivaratri Which Falls In The Month Of February / March. Behind The Temples Are The Cremation Grounds.
Boudhanath: This Stupa, Eight Kilometers East Of Kathmandu City Is One Of The Biggest In The World Of Its Kind. It Stands With Four Pairs Of Eyes In The Four Cardinal Direction Keeping Watch For Righteous Behavior And Human Prosperity. King Man Dev Built This Buddhist Stupa At The Advice Of Goddess Mani Jjogini. It Is Built On An Octagonal Base Inset With Prayer Wheels. Houses Of Lamas Ring The Shrine Or Buddhist Priests.
Overnight At Hotel Mountain.
After Breakfast Drive To Raxaul.
Mr Mr. Manas Ranjan Dash
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