In Nepal, seven days is just enough time to finish a four-day trek plus travel time to and from the trailhead. Tours in Nepal’s main and historical cities, such as Kathmandu, Pokhara, and Chitwan, are excellent choices; similarly, treks in the Annapurna region are excellent, as are Namche or Pikey Peak climbs in the Everest region. If money isn’t an issue, Everest Base Camp can be reached by combining trekking with an exciting helicopter flight. In that case, if you are not interested in trekking A week is also enough time for an in-depth cultural tour of the Kathmandu Valley, a city trip from Kathmandu to Bandipur, or a fast-paced tour of the valley.
With a full week in Nepal, you can cover a lot of territory on a sightseeing tour—the highlights of Kathmandu, Pokhara, and Chitwan National Park are all readily combined. However, many visitors come to Nepal to trek, and in seven days, you can choose from a number of exciting trails. Both the Ghorepani Poon Hill and Pikey Peak treks are popular, with views that last for days; you can also choose a traditional village-to-village trip or a luxury trekking adventure in the Annapurna foothills.
After arriving in Kathmandu, take it easy and have a calm first meal in Thamel, the city’s bustling tourist area, Visit some of the city’s most gorgeous sights on day two. The Kathmandu Valley is home to seven UNESCO World Heritage Sites, including the medieval town of Patan, the holiest Hindu site in the country at Pashupatinath Temple, and the mountain top Swayambhunath Stupa, informally known as the Monkey Temple. You’ll soon discover why.On day three, get an early start and fly to Pokhara, Nepal’s second largest city, in the west. If the weather is clear, you’ll get great vistas along the way. You’ll be taken about 90 minutes outside of town to Astam, where you’ll stay at a beautiful eco-lodge with close-up views of the Annapurna Himalaya.
On day four, take your time enjoying the morning views or go for a brief walk around Astam village. You will then be taken back to Pokhara, where you will have the opportunity to explore the city’s lakeside region.
Fly from Pokhara to Bharatpur, near the Chitwan National Park, on day five for a full change of landscape. Keep an eye out for wildlife and birds while relaxing at your rainforest lodge. Another day is followed by a full day of safari activities, including a walking safari, a Jeep safari, bird watching, and a canoe ride down the river. There’s a good possibility you’ll see rhinos, gharial crocodiles, deer, elephants, and a variety of birds. Likewise, on day seven, bid farewell to the jungle as you fly back to Kathmandu and explore some other site that missed before and depart Nepal.
Our staff will be waiting for you at the airport. he/she will transfer you at your hotel.
Kathmandu full day Sightseeing Including where you will be taken for UNISCO Heritage site:
In the Morning:
having light breakfast from hotel you will be drive towards Pashupatinath Temple, Buddhanath Stupa, Budanilkathna Temple, Swayambhunath Stupa.
After Lunch: Bhaktapur Dubar Square and Kathmandu Darbar Square.
It will take around 6 to 7 hours to reach Pokhara. through the bus journey, you can enjoy the green forest and side by rivers.
After reaching Pokhara you can explore local markets and lake side for more charming vibes.
In the morning:
Bindhabasini Temple, Mahindra Cave, David falls and Shanti Stupa.
In afternoon: Visit Tal Bahari Temple and walk visit Lakeside.
After Lunch Activities in Chitwan:
Canyoning or Booting in Rapti River, Tharu village Tour and Tharu Cultural Dance at evening.
Elephant or Jeep Jungle safari.
After Lunch: Drive back to Kathmandu.
On the half way visit Manokamana Temple and continue drive to Kathmandu.
on your remaining time you will be visit Patan Darbar Square. and other Newari culture of valley.
At noon time we will drop you at the airport for your final goodbye from Nepal.