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KATHMANDU BREAKAWAY (4 days / 3 nights )
KATHMANDU REFLECTION (5 days / 4 nights )
SPIRIT OF NEPAL (6 days / 5 nights )
EXPLORE NEPAL (8 days / 7 nights )
ENCHANTING NEPAL 7 days / 6 nights
Pokhara Valley Trekking
Mountain, River and Jungle
Annapurna Panorama Trek.
Annapurna Base Camp Trekking

Kathmandu, the capital of Nepal resembles a medieval city. It is a city of temples and shrines and living Gods, where worship of God and Goddesses is a legend and public part of daily life. The Pagoda was invented here which was later exported to China and Japan. The top attractions of Kathmandu include the Durbar Square that is the heart of the city. The square has more than 50 Temples and shrines within a few blocks of one another Durbar means "King" and it was from the Royal Palace on the square that the kings of Nepal once ruled.


One of the world’s largest stupa, Boudha is generally acknowledged to be the most important Tibetan Buddhist monument outside Tibet. Tibetans simply call it CHORTEN CHEMPO "Great Stupa". It has now become the Mecca of Tibetan exiles in Nepal. Walking around Boudhnath one often fins men wearing long braids wrapped around their heads. Many of these pilgrims carry their own prayer wheels, which they spin incessantly.


Also known, as Lalitpur is famous for metalworkers. It is 6 Kms Southeast of Kathmandu City across the southern bank of River Bagmati. Patan is the ideal place to shop cast metal figures of Buddhist and Hindu deities. Within the courtyard of the Temple of 1000 Buddha’s there are several more metalworkers’ shop.


The temple of Pashupatinath is dedicated to Lord Shiva and is situated 5 Kms East of Kathmandu on the banks of sacred Bagmati River. It is a pagoda style temple with a gilt roof and richly carved silver doors. During the festival of Shivratri, held in the month of February or March thousand of pilgrims from all over Nepal and India descend on Pashupatinath.


Bhadgaon ( Bhaktapur) is the home of medieval, art and architecture lies 14 Kms east of Kathmandu City. It is also known as the wood carving capital of Nepal. The main square of the city contains innumerable temples and other architectural showpieces like the Lion Gate the palace of 55 Windows, the Batsala Temple.


Pokhara is situated 200 Kms South West of Kathmandu and is the starting and/or finishing point for some of the popular treks including the Annapurna Circuit and the Jomsom Trek .It also offers a number of short treks for those who cannot opt for long and challenging ones. The most popular among them is Sarangkot (1592 m), a former Kaski fort lying atop a hill five km west of the old bazaar.
The scenic valley of Pokhara is an enormous sunlit playground covered by green forested hills, waterfalls, and terraced fields. It s three lakes Phew,Begnas and Rupa further enhance the beauty of the valley at 900 m. Pokhara also offers excellent views of Dhaulagiri, Himalchuli, the five peaks of Annapurna and Machapuchare.

There are regular flights of Royal Nepal - the national carrier, Necon Air and Nepal Airways to Pokhara.

Devi’s Fall, Pokhara Museum, Phewa Lake, The Old Bazaar, Gupteswar Gupha, Mahendra Gupha (Cave).



Lumbini is the birthplace of Siddhartha Gautam, the Shakya prince, the eventual Shakyamuni and the ultimate Buddha- the Enlightened One. At the time his birth of the prince the city was a part of the kingdom of Kapilvastu.

The main attraction of the city is the Sacred Garden, spread over 08 Sq. Kms and possesses all the treasures of the historic area. In the gardens that surrounds the ruins, there is a bo tree where Siddhartha Gautama gained enlightenment and became Buddha.

To the west of the Mayadevi Temple, stands the Ashoka Pillar which was erected by Emperor Ashoka in 249 BC to commemorate his pilgrimage to the sacred site. The inscription on it in Brahmi script proves Lumbini as the place where the Buddha was born in 623 B.C. To the south of the Pillar one finds the sacred pond- Puskarni – the place where Queen Mayadevi took a bath just before giving birth to the Buddha.

The nearest airport is Bhairawa, which is 22 Kms from Kathmandu. There are regular flights from Kathmandu.

The city is also accessible by road from major cities like Kathmandu, Pokhara.and Gorakhpur in India.

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