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Kathmand to Pokhara Tour

Package Duration
4 Days / 3 Nights
Destination Covered
Kathmandu - Pokhara

  • Day 1 : Arrival In Kathmandu.

    Description :

    Our Office Represent Meets You At The Airport And Pick Up You From Airport To Hotel. We Serve Welcome Drink In Hotel And Describe About Your Tour Package. Overnight At Hotel

    Day 2 : Full Sightseeing Tour In Kathmandu City.

    • Pashupatinath Temple

    Description :

    Have A Breakfast And Starts Sightseeing With Our Tour Guide.

    Sightseeing Tour Places:
    Morning: Kathmandu Durbar Square And Swaymbhu.
    Afternoon: Pashupatinath, And Boudhanath.

    After Sightseeing Drive To Hotel And Overnight At Hotel.

    Kathmandu Durbar Square
    Durbar Literally Mean Palaces Is In The Heart Of Old City Kathmandu In Basantapur. There Are Around 50 Temples In The Vicinity Including The Temple Taleju Bhawani Which Was Brought From Indian Continent By Mallas With Them In Around 9Th Century. The Durbar Is Divided Into Two Courtyards, The Outer Comprising Kasthamandap, Kumari Ghar, And Shiva-Parvati Temple, And The Inner Consisting Of Hanuman Dhoka And The Main Palace. Important Ceremonies, Including The Coronation Of The Nepali Monarch, Are Held In The Kathmandu Durbar Square.

    Swayambhu Literally Means ‘Self-Existent One.’ Swoyambhunath Is Believed To Have Been Established More Than 2,500 Years Ago. An Inscription Dated 460 A.D. States That The Construction Was Carried Out By King Manadeva. By The Thirteenth Century Swoyambhunath Had Developed Into An Important Buddhist Learning Site. The History Of Kathmandu Valley Is Said To Have Started With The Beginning Of Swoyambhu. The Largest Image Of The Sakyamuni Buddha In Nepal Is In A Monastery Next To The Stupa. Behind The Hilltop Is A Temple Dedicated To Manjusri Of Saraswati – The Goddess Of Learning. Statues And Shrines Of Buddhist And Hindu Deities Dot The Stupa Complex. Large Numbers Of Buddhists And Hindus Alike Visit Swoyambhunath. Swoyambhu Is Perhaps The Best Place To Observe The Religious Harmony In Nepal.

    Pashupatinath Is One Of The Four Most Important Religious Sites In Asia For Shiva Devotees. Pashupatinath, Dedicated To Shiva The Destroyer, Is The Holiest Hindu Pilgrimage Destination In Nepal. Although The Pashupatinath Temple Was Only Built In The Fifth Century And Later Renovated By Malla Kings, The Holy Site Is Said To Have Existed From The Beginning Of The Millennium. A Gold-Plated Roof, Four Silver Doors, And Wood Carvings Of The Finest Quality Decorate The Pagoda Temple Of Pashupatinath. Temples Dedicated To Several Other Hindu And Buddhist Deities Surround The Temple Of Pashupatinath. Behind The Temple Is The River Bagmati. On The Banks Of Bagmati Are Raised Platforms Used As Cremation Sites For Hindus. Pashupatinath, In A Limited Sense, Literally Means The Lord Of The Animals. But Animal Is Also A Term That Denotes The Animal Like Instincts In Human Beings.

    Bouddhanath Is The Center Of Tibetan Culture In Nepal. The 36-Meter-High Stupa Of Bouddhanath Is One Of The Largest Stupas In South Asia. Bouddhanath Stupa Was Renovated By Licchavi Rulers In The Eighth Century. The Mandala Design In Bouddhanath Is A Copy Of The One In Gyangtse In Tibet. The Stupa Is Located In The Area Of Ancient Trade Route To Tibet

    Bhaktapur Durbar Square Another Palace Complex Of The Malla King’S During 9Th – 18Th Century Is Located In The Center Of Bhaktapur. The Square Is One Of The Most Charming Architectural Showpieces Of The Valley As It Highlights Some Of The Finest Medieval Arts Of Nepal. The Main Items Of Interest In Bhaktapur Durbar Square Are The Lion Gate, The Golden Gate And The Statues Of Kings On Stone Monoliths. The Golden Gate Was Erected By King Ranjit Malla As The Entrance To The Main Courtyard Of The Fifty-Five Windowed Palace. The Palace Of Fifty-Five Windows Was Built During The Reign Of King Yakshya Malla In A.D. 1427 And Was Remodelled By King Bhupatindra Malla In The 17Th Century.

    Day 3 : Drive To Pokhara Early In Morning

    Description :

    Spots To See In Pokhara

    Phewa Tal (Lake)

    Phewa Lake, The Second Biggest Lake In The Kingdom, Harshly Measuring 1.5 Km By 4 Km, Is The Middle Of All Attractions In Pokhara. The Charming Lake Is A Pure Play Area. Brilliantly Painted Wooden Vessels And Sailboats Could Be Leased On Sensible Cost Around Lakeside. The Lake Is None, Of These Profound (About 47 Meters At Most) Nor Particulary Clean, However The Water Is Warm And Swimming Is Average In The Event That You Don’T Consider The Likely Contamination. The Eastern Shoreline Of The Lake, Prominently Known As Lakeside Or Baidam, Comprises Of Apparently Interminable Segment Of Hotels, Restaurants, Bookshops And Trinket Shops. One Of The Entrancing Parts Of Lakeside Is The Amazing Perspective Of The Mountains, Particularly When The Still Water Reflects The Tops, Making A Twofold Picture.

    Begnas Lake And Rupa Lake

    The Lakes Are Found About 15Km From Pokhara At The End Of A Street That Turns North From The Expressway To Kathmandu. Separated By The Forested Hillock Called Panchabhaiya Danda, The Lakes Offer The Ideal Nature Retreat Due To Their Relative Separation. Amazing Sailing And Angling Is Possible Here.

    Barahi Sanctuary

    This Is The Most Vital Religious Landmark In Pokhara. Constructed Practically Amidst Phewa Lake, The Two Storied Pagoda Is Devoted To The Hog Appearance Of Ajima, The Protectress God Speaking To The Female Power Shakti. Lovers Could Be Seen, Particularly On Saturdays, Convey Male Creatures And Fowl Over The Lake To Be Relinquished To The Divinity.

    World Peace Pagoda

    The Pagoda Is A Monstrous Buddhist Stupa And Is Arranged On Top Of A Slope On The Southern Shore Of Phewa Lake. Other Than Being An Amazing Sight In Itself, The Sanctum Is An Incredible Vantage Point Which Offers Breathtaking Perspectives Of The Annapurna Range And Pokhara City. You Can Get There By Intersection The Lake By Watercraft And Afterward Climbing Up The Slope.

    Seti Gandaki (River Gorge)

    Streaming Directly Through The City, The Tumultuous Stream Runs Totally Underground At Spots. Amazingly, At Specific Focuses The Waterway Shows Up Barely Two Meters Wide. Be That As It May Its Profundity Is Past Creative Ability – In Excess Of 20 Meters! Mahendra Pul, A Little Extension Close To The Old Mission Hospital, Gives An Impeccable Perspective Of The Waterway’S Horrendous Hurry And The Profound Chasm Made By Its Effective Stream.

    Devi’S Fall

    Mainly Known As Patale Chhango (Hell’S Fall), Devi’S Fall (Otherwise Called Devin’S Or David’S) Is A Wonderful Waterfall Lying About 2 Km South-West Of Pokhara Air Terminal On The Expressway To Tansen. An Intriguing Current Legend Says That A Nonnative Named David Was Skinnydipping In The Pardi Khola (Waterway) When The Conduits Of The Dam Were Opened, Clearing Him Into An Underground Section Underneath The Fall, Never To Be Seen Again.

    Gupteswar Gupha (Hole)

    Gupteswar Gupha, A Sacrosanct Hollow, Lies 2 Km From Pokhara Airplane Terminal On The Siddhartha Highway Heading Southwest From The City. The Doorway Is Right Crosswise Over From Devi’S Fall And The Hole Is Just About 3 Km Long. It Has Some Enormous Corridor Size Rooms And A Few Sections Where You Need To Slither On All Fours. This Hole Holds Extraordinary Worth For Hindus Since A Phallic Image Of Lord Shiva Is Protected Here In The Condition It Was Ran Across. An Extra Charge Of Rs. 5 Is Charged And Taking Pictures Inside The Hollow Is Denied.

    Mahendra Gupha (Hole)

    Mahendra Gufa, Provincially Called Chamero Odhaar (House Of Bats), Is The Huge Limestone Hole. Shepherd Young Men Are Said To Have Found It Around 1950. A Two Hour Stroll To The North Of Pokhara, It Is Best To Bring Your Light To See The Stalactites And Stalagmites, Albeit A Large Portion Of Them Have Been Trucked Out By Keepsake Seekers.

    The Old Bazaar (Ganesh Tole And Ram Krishna Tole)

    Pokhara’S Customary Bazaar Is Bright Thus Are Its Ethnically Differing Merchants. In Its Sanctuaries And Landmarks Could Be Seen Binds To The Newar Construction Modeling Of The Kathmandu Valley. Spotted Something Like 4 Km From Lakeside, The Market’S Unique Appeal Is Perfectly Healthy.

    Bindbyabasini Temple

    Bindhyabasini Sanctuary Is The Focal Point Of Religious Action In The Old Bazaar. It Is Committed To Goddess Bhagwati, Yet An Alternate Appearance Of Shakti. Admirers Run Here To Perform Relinquishes, And Particularly On Saturdays The Parklike Grounds Undertake A Bubbly Reasonable.

    Matepani Gumba (Buddhist Monastry)

    There Is A Marvelous Buddhist Monastry On The Highest Point Of The Little Forested Slope Above Matepani East Of Mahendra Pool. It Disregards A Huge Area Of The Pokhara City And Once There On End Up Lost In Time In The Midst Of The Droning Ramas, There Epic Gatekeeper Pictures Of The Buddha Going Hand In Hand With Two Different Masters And A Supplication To God House With Stunningly Cut Sections And Friezes.

    Bhadrakali Temple
    To The South Of The Buddhist Monastery There Is An Alternate Little However Lovely Slope And In This Average Sylvan Setting Falsehoods Bhadrakali Sanctuary Which Likewise Justifies A Visit.

    Day 4 : Drive To Pokhar To Kathmandu

    Description :

    Visit Tourist Place
    Morning You Will Have Breakfast And Drive To Airport For Your Departure From Nepal.

  • Other Benefits (On Arrival)
    Description :
    Kathmandu Valley has been covered by mountains so it is called as Valley. It is situated 400 ft. above the sea level and the valley have presented as combination of the heritage and fundamental site itself. We find many heritages, historical and natural places in Kathmand Valley; seven sights have been listed as World heritage site. There are three main city in Kathmandu valley; Kathmandu, Bhaktapaur and Patan (Lalitpur). Kathmandu city is the capital of Nepal. Bhakatapur and Patan are situated nearby the Kathmandu city. All cities are very beautiful and rich in the view of heritage site, historical site, culture, locality and nature scenery. Kathmandu valley tour covers sightseeing in major places of the cities and culture and nature tour in and around Kathmandu Valley.
    Package Excludes :
    • Travel insurance.
    • Nepal entry visa fee.
    • Personal nature expenses.
    • Soft and hard drinks such as alcohol, hot water, mineral water, cold drinks etc.
    • Cost of laundry, phone call, tips and internet.
    • Meal other then breakfast in Kathmandu.
    • Alternative transportation in case of heavy rain, landslide, strike road blocked etc.
    • Emergency flight by helicopter

  • Package Terms & Conditions :

    These Booking Terms and Conditions contain important information. It is essential that you read them carefully and understand them. The Booking Terms and Conditions constitutes a legally binding contract between Nepal Lion Tours and Treks and you for the services provided by Nepal Lion Tours and Treks and set out the basis of your legal relationship with Nepal Lion Treks .

    Bookings and Payments To process a Booking you must send us a completed booking form with 30% non-refundable deposit as detailed below. This will constitute acceptance by you of these Terms and Conditions. We require you to fax a copy of each passport to our Kathmandu office on +977-1-44415216, 4415217 .After receiving photo copy of your passport and the completed booking form with your 30% non-refundable we will send you final confirmation receipt.

    All deposits required are per person per trip. Please contact us regarding direct deposit details. A bank service charge may apply and should be paid at the time of deposit.

    For Credit Card payment please contact us. We only accept Visa or MasterCard and a 4% levy will be added for card processing fee.

    Remaining balance is required minimum 20 days before the trip departure date. Nepal Lion Treks reserves the right to cancel your trip should the full amount not be paid in time.

    Where possible we will accept your last minute booking 10 days prior to tour departure date full payment is then required.

    Cancellation & Booking Changes (I)Cancellation notice is required minimum 20 days prior to trip departure and must be made in writing, such notice commences from the day notice is received. Cancellation shall be valid with approval from the company after receiving documentation. The Trip shall then be termed as cancelled and a cancellation charge of 30% of the trip amount would be deducted from the advance paid.

    (II)There will be no refund to clients that provide less than 20 days notice, before trip departure and if a passenger leaves a trip for any reason whatsoever, either voluntarily, involuntarily or if you commit any unlawful act after the trip has commenced. We will make no refunds for any meals, accommodation or services not used.

    (III)Should you require other changes to your original tour, the person that booked the tour must submit a written document with changes required. While every effort will be made, changes cannot be guaranteed.

    (IIII) If you are prevented from travelling on the tour by genuine circumstances, for example (without restriction) because of death, injury or serious illness of the passenger, close relative or friend, redundancy or jury service, you may postpone or transfer your booking to another person, provided they meet all the requirements relating to that tour. You must provide proof of why you are unable to travel at the time you change your booking.  fee of $900.00US per person is required if you postpone or transfer this tour no less than two weeks prior to trip departure.There will be no options available 14 days before trip departure.

    Passport and Visas All clients must have a valid passport with at least 6 months validity from return date.  Nepalese visas can be obtained from the Nepalese Consulate in your country or arrival in Kathmandu Airport. Nepalese visas costs are the sole responsibility of clients.

    Travel Insurance Travel insurance is compulsory for all Clients undertaking any tour. It should provide adequate protection for the full duration of the tour to cover personal injury, death, medical expenses, repatriation expenses, helicopter rescue, air ambulance and adequate cover for baggage.

    Health & Fitness All our Nepal tours and treks require a level of fitness, there for you should always check with your local GP regarding your health and fitness before you travel. Its the clientâs responsibility to notify Nepal Lion Tours and Treks of any pre-existing medical condition and/or disability that might reasonably be expected to increase the risk of you required medical attention, that may affect your ability to travel.

    Children A legal guardian must accompany all travellers under the age of sixteen. If you have a question regarding age and suitability, please contact us for further information.

    Publicity You agree that Nepal Lion Tours and Treks may use images of you taken during the trip without recourse to you and without compensation to you, for publicity and promotion purposes only through whatever medium it chooses.

    Changes to your Holiday and Pricing Travelling with our company  requires a degree of flexibility, good humour and an understanding that modes of transport, accommodation and itineraries may change, even after the tour has commenced, without prior notice due to local circumstances such as flight delay, cancellation or postponement due to notorious weather in the Himalayan regions or other unpredictable circumstances such as land-slides, road blockage, flood, snow, political unrest or delay arrival etc.our company is unable to refund any monies under the above circumstances due to prior supplier arrangements. If possible we will always endeavour to provide you an alternative or substitute trip of same category.

    our company does not accept any responsibility for loss on employment, delays or compensation resulting from situations beyond Nepal Lion Tours and Treks control.

    Our holidays, tour / trek packages, are based on twin share accommodation. Thus, single room supplement charge will be imposed to clients who do not have another tour participant to share accommodation with.

    We reserve the right to revise pricing rates posted in our marketing material, under any circumstances, or on the pressure of various external factors that are further than our control, for instance changes in exchange rate, government action etc.

    Privacy  In order to collect information from you to making a booking through Nepal Lion Tours and Treks we ask many questions to obtain the necessary permits etc. No private or personal information that you supply to us when making a booking will be disclosed for any other purposes.

    Risk & Liabilities We are committed to providing the best services which will give you a once in a life time journey in this connection, we perform our duties honestly & seriously to make your journey very smooth & pleasant. However, the entire programs in Nepal are conducted strictly under the rules and regulation of their own policies.

    Therefore our company and its related organization shall not be responsible for any changes in the itinerary due to unavoidable circumstance such as govt. restriction, Land slide, road blockage, flood, snow political unrest, cancellation of flight, delay, sickness or accident, Any extra cost incurring there of shall be borne by the clients on the spots.

    Our Responsible Tourism Policy

    our company are re-inventing tourism for the benefit of local people, tourists, environment and the tourism industry at large. We ask that you read our Responsible Travel and Ethnic Tourism policy in detail before you book your holiday with us, as we expect that you will adhere to our policy and guidelines while travelling with us.

    Complaints  Should you have a complaint about the trip or tour you must make it known to a tour leader or guide at the earliest opportunity who will take the appropriate action.

Contact Detail

Nepal Lion Treks & Tours ( P) LTD.

Contact Person :-

Shiva Prasad Paudel

Address :- P.Box No:21239 Thamel Dabali Marg, Kathmandu, Nepal - 44600
Contact Number :- 9851XXXXXX View Contact