Duration:6 Nights 7 Days
This is well known whirlwind trip to the most popular places in ancient Kathmandu, the medieval capital city of Nepal with diverse religious and cultural monuments. The magnificent views can be seen from the top of the hill around the city area. Some of the historic sites in Kathmandu are well known world heritage sites such as Swoyambhunath Stupa, Pashupatinath Temple, and Kathmandu Durbar Square. In the 18th century beauty still fascinates the visitor whose look may drift on a delightful carved wooden window frame and burnished sculpture.
Then our next destination is Pokhara which is the most amazing place of natural beauty. Pokhara is truly an attractive tourist spot. It is also the second largest city and the major spots for tourists who come here to experience its many varied attractions. Sarangkot is one of the most popular tourist destinations in Pokhara from where tourist can enjoy wonderful views of world famous mountains. Many tourists visit Sarangkot for stunning sunrise and sunsets. The Tal Barahi Temple and World Peace Pagoda attract visitors who come from all over the world. From the northern direction we can see mighty Dhaulagiri in the far west from Sarangkot and on the same side the Annapurna range can be clearly seen.
The final destination of our journey is Lumbini which is one of the most popular tourist destinations and famously known as the birth place of Lord Gautam Buddha. It stands to represent a significant site of spiritual pilgrimage that must be carried out once in a life time for all Buddhists. Hence, Lumbini is also a UNESCO World Heritage Site which is very well known for its prehistoric values. Hello Travels & Tours will be happy to escort you on this combo tour of pilgrimage and leisure.
Our office representative will be at the airport awaiting your arrival with our office vehicle to pick you up and transfer you to your designated hotel. After refreshing yourself, our tour executive will give you an orientation on your program. After this you are free to get familiar with your surroundings, this will help you to localize and then get set for your first overnight in the valley of temples.
After a hearty breakfast; we board our private vehicle in the morning and proceed towards Pokhara 6-7 hour’s journey, which is 200 km away from Kathmandu. On reaching Pokhara, we check in to our designated hotel, refresh, and get familiar with our surroundings. Free to explore Lakeside tourist market. Overnight in the city of lakes
After a couple of cuppers, we get set for an early morning trip to the popular vantage point of Sarangkot for a stunning sunrise view of the Annapurna range and the much revered Machhapuchhre [Fishtail] peak; its an astounding experience to see the red maroon glows that falls on the mountain ranges and the gleaming rays of the sun slashing through the gaps of the mountains with birds flying across the early morning skies; we softly whisper our praises to God and thank him for this beauty and his blessings.
We then return to our hotel for breakfast and get set for a tour where we will then be going to other sightseeing places in Pokhara like David’s fall, Gupteswor Cave and the interesting International Mountain Museum.. We also do some boating on the charmingPhewa Lake and also visit the Barahi temple set in the centre of the lake. This will also include feeding the pigeons that heartily look forward to this. After this, we return back to our hotel, refresh and go for a stroll down the lakeside. Overnight down by the lakeside.
After breakfast, we set out on a scenic drive to Lumbini. Local flights are also available as an option.
We continue our tour of archaeological Buddhist sites & the Mayadevi temple which displays some interesting sights of the Buddha’s mother. Late in the afternoon we drive back to Kathmandu. Arrival at Kathmandu and check in to our hotel.
AM: After breakfast at Hotel, we set out on a guided tour to the Heritage sites of Kathmandu Durbar Square (the house of living goddess KUMARI and the medieval royal palace of the Malla kings – 15TH century AD) and Swayambhunath Stupa (the oldest Buddhist Shrine much older than 2650 years from the present time, also colloquially known as ‘Monkey Temple’).
PM: Narayanhiti Palace Museum – Narayanhiti Palace Museum is the former royal palace in the centre of the Nepalese capital, Kathmandu, It is the palace which long served as a primary residence for the country's monarchs. Narayanhiti, in Narayanhiti Palace, is made up of two words ‘Narayan’ and ‘hiti’. 'Narayan' is a form of Hindu god "Lord Vishnu” whose temple is located opposite to the palace and ‘hiti’ means “water spout” which is also located to the east of main entrance in the precincts of the palace, and which has a legend associated with it.
Kathmandu, Pokhara & Lumbini Reviews
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