Nepal. The gateway to Mt. Everest. A tiny, landlocked mountainous country, located between Tibet and India, Nepal is one of the world’s leading tourism destinations. Home to 8 of the 10 tallest peaks in the world, including the fabled Mt. Everest, Nepal welcomes avid mountaineers from across the world every year. However, the appeal of Nepal is not only limited to the mountains. Spiritual tourists continually flock to Lumbini, the birthplace of Prince Siddhartha, who later became known as Lord Gautama Buddha. Nepal also boasts of some stunning natural beauty and is home to a large variety of flora and fauna, given its climactic variations, and conducts several eco-tourism based adventures.
Come to Nepal for the scenery, but stay for the people. The friendly locals are welcoming to tourists and try to ensure a memorable stay, while the infrastructure, though dependent on the weather, ensures a comfortable journey between tourism sites.
Come and explore the Himalayan Kingdom, only with Born Voyager 6 nights / 7 days Nepal package.
Fly in to Tribhuvan International Airport in Kathmandu. Post disembarkation and immigration formalities, our representative will meet you and transfer you to your hotel. Once at the hotel, they will assist you with the check-in formalities. After having checked in, the rest of the day is yours to explore Kathmandu at leisure. Nepal is a haven for books, and Kathmandu is home to several, quaint used bookstores which offer great deals for some classic editions. Spend your evening at one of the happening bars and restaurants around the tourist central hub of Thamel, and head back to your hotel at night to relax. Overnight stay in Kathmandu.
After breakfast at the hotel, head out to discover the city of Kathmandu. The full-day sightseeing tour takes you to several tourism destinations in Kathmandu, including the world famous Pashupatinath Temple, dedicated to the Hindu deity, Shiva, home to several important holy men and peaceful and serene meditation grottos, the Boudha Stupa, one of the largest Stupas in the world and a site of tremendous spiritual significance to Buddhists, the Durbar Square of Kathmandu, the ancient spiritual and commercial centre of Kathmandu. The tour also takes you to the well-known Swayambunath or Monkey Temple. Situated on a hill overlooking the city of Kathmandu, the temple is home to several ancient carvings highlighting Buddhist and Hindu influences. The temple is also crowded with monkeys, who playfully mingle with visitors. In the evening, head out to grab a traditional meal at any of the local restaurants and spend some time interacting with the friendly locals at the bazaars in and around the centre of the city. At night, head back to your hotel and relax. Overnight stay in Kathmandu.
On Day 3, after breakfast, get set for a transfer to Pokhara. The 210 kilometer journey travels alongside the Trishuli River and offers spectacular views of the abundant natural greenery. En Route, you have a choice to tackle the choppy waters of the river with an exciting white-water rafting adventure, or take a cable car and head to visit the Manokamana temple, home to a goddess who is said to grant wishes. Upon arriving in Pokhara, our representative will escort you to your hotel and assist with the check-in formalities. Post check in, settle down and relax after the long ride. In the evening, relax with an hour long boat ride on the Fewa Lake. The lake is one of the most beautiful sights in Nepal and is surrounded by high white peaks and monkey-filled forests. Spend some time on the lakeside before heading back to your hotel to settle in early. Overnight stay in Pokhara.
With an early start, head up to the Sarangkot viewpoint to get an unforgettable glimpse of the sun rising over the Himalayan mountains. Sarangkot is used as an acclimatization spot for most trekkers, and you will get a chance to interact with many tourists seeking some amazing images. Head back to the hotel and fortify yourself with a hearty breakfast and some strong tea. Post breakfast, head out for a sightseeing tour of Pokhara. Visit the Devi Falls, formerly known as Devi Falls, explore the Gupteshwar Mahadev Cave, with a temple dedicated to the Hindu deity, Lord Shiva. The tour also visits other tourist sites, including the Bindbasini Temple, dedicated to the patron saint of Pokhara, Durga Devi, the International Mountain Museum and the Gurkha Memorial Museum. Spend the evening relaxing along the lakeside and head back to your hotel and turn in. Overnight stay in Pokhara.
After breakfast, strap in for the transfer back to Kathmandu. Post arrival in Kathmandu in the evening, check-in to your hotel and relax for a while. At night, spend time exploring the happening nightlife in Kathmandu at one of the many bars and restaurants around the touristy areas. Sample the local Nepali beer and wine, or stick to one of the several international brands available while enjoying the latest club hits or a live performance by talented locals. Head back to your hotel room and relax. Overnight stay in Kathmandu.
After breakfast, head back to the Darbar Square to explore it in greater detail. Under the royal regime, the Durbar was where the king was crowned and where he ruled from. Currently, the complex is the spiritual and commercial centre of Kathmandu, home to several merchants, shops and temples. Some of the must-see temples include the Taleju Temple, one of the oldest and most historic temples in Nepal, the Kumari-palace, home to a living goddess, the Saraswati temple and the Nasal Chowk, the former coronation spot of kings. In the evening, spend some time shopping for souvenirs at one of the many stores in the Durbar square and then have a final Nepalese meal at one of the many restaurants across the city. Head back to your hotel and relax. Overnight stay in Kathmandu.
After breakfast, head to Tribhuvan International airport for your flight home or to your onward destination.