11 Days in Nepal

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Durbar Square, Swayambhunath Stupa
Himalayas by Helicopter
White water rafting at Khatauli
Chitwan National Park
Pokhara, Sarangkot
Meeting the honey hunters
Soaring above Lake Phewa
Day One

Touch down in Kathmandu’s Tribhuvan International Airport, where you will be greeted by your guide and transferred to your hotel. An oasis in the middle of a bustling city, the peaceful courtyards display the grand architectural wooden masterpieces while being overlooked by meticulously decorated spacious rooms, offering a luxurious haven deep-rooted in Nepalese culture.

Explore the hotel grounds where antique wooden masterpieces dating back to the 13th century capture the beauty and spirit of ancient Kathmandu.

Day Two

Following breakfast, take in the sights of Kathmandu. Explore Kathmandu Durbar Square including Hanuman Dhoka, Temple of the Living Goddess and other numerous temples and palaces.

In the afternoon, see the city from the hilltop of the Swayambhunath Stupa, also known as the Monkey Temple. A UNESCO World Heritage Site, this stupa is over 2,000 years old. With 360 steps to the reach the top, you are rewarded with panoramic views overlooking Kathmandu Valley. Overnight in Kathmandu.

Day Three

Arise with the sun and experience Mt. Everest with an enthralling helicopter tour. A unique way to experience the majestic Himalayas, you will be treated to paramount views of the Everest regions. Fly over Everest Base Camp, then stop for breakfast on Kongde (14,000ft) for unparalleled views of Everest and the surrounding peaks.

Overnight in Kathmandu.

Day Four

Following breakfast, begin your scenic drive toward Chitwan National Park. Along the way, stop at Khatauli – a river-rafting launch point – and begin your white water rafting adventure. After four hours of exhilarating rafting, enjoy lunch before continuing your journey to Chitwan.

Spend the night within Chitwan National Park, at a jungle safari resort in designed to showcase the spectacular wilderness.

Day Five

Chitwan National Park hides a wealth of wildlife in its midst. From the Bengal tiger, to the endangered greater one-horned rhino, the clouded leopard and many more. Rise at dawn for a jungle walk through the forest. Early in the morning is the best time to catch glimpses of rare wildlife.

Later, explore the elephant stables and learn about Asia’s friendly giants. In the afternoon, enjoy the lodge at your leisure.

Day Six

Continue your exploration of Chitwan National Park, this time by water. A canoe ride is an excellent way to enjoy the unique eco system around the rivers and floodplains. Mugger crocodiles and Gharials basking on banks, storks, ducks, kingfishers along with otters, turtles and if lucky, even freshwater gangetic dolphins are some of the creatures to watch out for. The comfortable wooden oar boats glide noiselessly, maneuvred by expert oarsmen while naturalists explain the world around the water.

Day Seven

Following breakfast, begin your journey to Pokhara nestled beneath the towering Annapurna Himalaya Range. Upon arrival, take in the sights of the area, including the World Peace Pagoda, the Seti Gorge and Bindabasini Temple.

End your day with a sunset boat ride on Phewa Lake before retiring to your lodge for the night.

Day Eight

Experience Phewe Lake today from a birds-eye view. Famous for the uplifting thermal winds, the spot attracts para-gliders from all around the world. Big Himalayan birds of pray are trained to fly along with the para-gliders and guide them to winds thermals winds.

On a tandem ride suitable for all skill levels, this is a one in a lifetime experience. As soon as you let yourself go, the warm breeze will gracefully drift you away above breathtaking landscapes, high mountains, rise fields and the turquoise waters of the lake.

Day Nine

Arise before dawn for a journey to Sarangkot. From there, you’ll enjoy a spectacular sunrise of the Annapurna Himalayan Range.

Today, you will meet the honey hunters. Experience a harvest ritual, which begins with a prayer and offering of flowers, fruits, and rice. Then a fire is lit at the base of the cliff to smoke the bees from their honeycombs. From above, a honey hunter descends the cliff harnessed to a ladder by ropes. The honey hunter repels territorial bees as he cuts out chunks of honey from the comb. Finally, the lead honey hunter collects honey in a bucket and passes it down.

Day Ten

After breakfast at your lodge, take a short flight to Kathmandu. The afternoon is yours to explore. Consider Pashupatinath Temple, the oldest Hindu temple in Kathmandu and a World Heritage Site. Or visit Boudhanath Stupa and spin the prayer wheels, also known as mani wheels. They are believe to accumulate good karma and purify bad karma.

Day Eleven

Enjoy breakfast at your hotel and a relaxing swim before check-out. From there, head to Tribhuvan International Airport for your flight home.

Our theory on Nepal

Don’t miss the sunrise over the Annapurna Himalayas. Like to feel the rush? Pokhara is the home of adventure sports in Nepal, where travelers can paraglide, zipline, and even take an ultralight aircraft over one of the most picturesque cities in North Asia.


Safari isn’t just for Africa. Chitwan National Park deserves its reputation as one of the best wildlife safaris in Asia, where visitors can go trekking for tigers and spot rhinos from a 4WD.


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