16 Day Trip
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An ideal trip to discover all the variety of Nepal

  • Duration 16 Days
  • Difficulty Level Low
  • Includes Equipment, Drinks, Accommodations, Food

Trip Introduction

The Kathmandu Valley conveys a whole imagination, starting no doubt with the hippie era. Far from the clichés, you visit the essentials but also the little-known facets of this atypical Asian capital. Visiting Nepal without a trek, yes, it is possible.

The Himalayan anchorage of Kathmandu in an isolated valley at 1300 m although surrounded by two giants, India and Tibet, undoubtedly earns it this uniqueness. Protected for centuries by the Terai swamps to the south and the Himalayan rampart to the north, Kathmandu is one of the rare capitals to have survived the colonial times while retaining its independence. This geographical location made the influences more diffuse but constant. The more easily accessible India has installed its “soft power” through the elites. But it is essentially the religions that mark the influences. Kathmandu is at the intersection of Hindu and Buddhist influences. The Newar ethnic group, living in the Kathmandu valley, perfectly illustrates the acceptance of this dual influence. It is quite common for a Newar family to celebrate both Hindu and Buddhist rites.

Near the city, the valley continues to play its role of nurturing. The borders between religions are more accessible to the novice gaze and time is slowing down. You enjoy this gentler pace in the secluded monasteries and the bari (rice fields in the middle mountains). Depending on the altitude and the season, you cross mustard, rapeseed or corn, buckwheat and barley, banana and orange fields, a patchwork of cultures. The Nepalese communicate their joie de vivre, their good humor, and their smiles to you.

Trip Facts:

  • In Kathmandu, Hinduism and Buddhism merge like nowhere, discover this cultural melting pot of Asia
  • Visit the Newar architecture, the Kathmandu ethnic group, the sites known as Bhaktapur and the little-known secrets of the valley
  • On the surrounding hills of Kathmandu, in short walks, get to know rural Nepalese life up close and admire the Himalayas in all its splendor
  • Night in a monastery in the Kathmandu valley, a rich and original experience
  • The Terai, at an altitude of only 200 m, reveals another facet of Nepal, where the Bengal tiger rubs shoulders with the unicorn rhino
  • Passing through a little-known guesthouse in the heart of the Nepalese countryside, for an authentic stay
  • PKR, beautiful city with beautiful mountains with panorama views
  • Bandipur, Typical village with beautiful landscapes with perfect culture


  • 1

    Departure from Swiss

  • 2

    Arrival in Kathmandu, briefing and check-in at the hotel

  • 3

    Visit of Swaybhunath, Kathmandu Durbar square and Pashupatinath

  • 4

    Visit of Boudhanath and after a short walk Changu Narayan, transfer to Bhaktapur

  • 5

    Visit of Bhaktapur

  • 6

    Transfer to Namobuddha, visit of the monastery and panorama of the Himalayas

  • 7

    Walk through the rice fields in Panauti, visit, transfer to Patan

  • 8

    Transfer to Terai and start of the safari

  • 9

    Safari in Chitwan

  • 10

    End of stay in Chitwan and transfer to Bandipur

  • 11

    Day to discover the surroundings of Bandipur

  • 12

    Transfer to Pokhara, visit Pokhara

  • 13

    Discover the Pokhara

  • 14

    Fly to Ktm

  • 15

    Free day

  • 16


Cost Includes & Excludes

Cost Include

  • 4 Night in Hotel Kathmandu with BB Plan
  • Welcome dinner in Ktm
  • 2 Night in Hotel Bhaktapur with AP Plan
  • 2 Night in Hotel Pokhara with AP Plan
  • 2 Night in Hotel Chitwan with AP Plan
  • 2 Night in Hotel Bandipur with AP Plan
  • 1 Night in Hotel Namobuddha with AP Plan
  • 1 Night in Hotel Patan with AP Plan
  • All the activities done during the trip
  • All the entrances fees of monuments
  • Private Land transportation
  • Airfare Pkr to Ktm
  • Tour Guide

Cost Non-Includes

  • Rescue/ emergence and insurance cost
  • Personal equipment for trekking
  • Accidental & medical Insurance
  • Emergency Rescue evacuation by helicopter incase needed
  • Personal expenses
  • Tips for Nepalese staffs
  • Bar Bills & beverage.

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