Nepal cultural tours combine a perfect adventure of cultural exploration and leisure. Despite being insanely popular as the land of high Himalayan mountains, Nepal has more to offer than just the snow peaks (although they are an unmissable element). Nepal’s rich topography supports an even more diverse flora and wildlife.
You will begin in Kathmandu before flying to Pokhara to begin the trekking portion of the trip, which includes multiple days of walking into the Annapurna region. Explore Gurung communities and old temples, as well as feed elephants and go on safari in Chitwan National Park. Similarly, Nepal has an exceptionally rich and diverse cultural asset (some of which are even UNESCO World Heritage Sites and living goddesses of Nepal (Kumari) ), and treating visitors as “gods” is a highly valued cultural trait. So, gracious hospitality will surely be extended to you at every step in Nepal.
With 15 days to spare, you can design an immersive experience that will see you enjoying the most famous outdoor pursuit in Nepal: mountain trekking.
You can climb Pikey Peak for some of the best Himalayan views, as well as travel to Dudh Kunda, a high-altitude lake sacred to Buddhists, to experience the authentic sherpa lifestyle. If you want to do something different but extremely beautiful, you can trek to the Annapurna Massif in North Central Nepal, which is part of the Himalayas. For learning about the rich history, you can even trek to the mysterious Lost Kingdom of Mustang (also known as the Land of Lo), which is a throwback to traditional Tibetan life in the Upper Mustang area.
An All Nepal Tour consisting of 15 days is a perfect package for anyone who wants to explore the true essence of Nepal. This well-integrated tour will take you to some of Nepal’s most renowned must-see destinations.
The All Nepal Tour begins with a tour to the Swayambhunath Stupa within the Kathmandu Valley. The stupa on a little hilltop in the heart of Kathmandu is a sacred site for Buddhists. Nepal’s diversified environment leads to an even more diverse flora, and it is also known as the “Monkey Temple” since it is inhabited to monkeys.
Another UNESCO World Heritage Site is the Bouddhanath Stupa, which stands 36 meters tall and is the world’s largest stupa. Nepal’s largest Hindu temple and an important sacred destination for Shiva devotees, is another attraction within Kathmandu. During the trial you will be offered with trek to Ghorepani, Jungle Safari to Chitwan and all cutltural site of Kathmandu, Lumbini and Pokhara.
You'll get views of the valley, the Himalaya, and the terraced fields below as you fly into Kathmandu. After clearing customs, a representative will meet you outside the airport and assist you in navigating the small, winding streets of Kathmandu to your hotel.
After you've settled in, go exploring in the city. Kathmandu Durbar Square, where you'll travel through narrow lanes crowded with small stores, ancient temples, and local restaurants, is a perfect site to start your trip. Swayambhunath, the white stupa standing above the valley, is a great place to stretch your legs and watch the sunset over the valley
Kathmandu Durbar Square, Swyambhunath, Pashupatinath: Boudha Nath Stupa:
After breakfast at your accommodation, an English-speaking guide will pick you up for a full-day tour of the Kathmandu Valley, including visits to three sacred sites: Swayambhunath, Pashupatinath, and Patan Durbar Square.
This day packs a lot in—helpful for making the most of your time in Kathmandu—but doesn't overwhelm you with too many sights. You can spend as much time as you want at each temple (this is a private trip), although usually visitors spend an hour. You'll eat at one of our recommended local restaurants for lunch.
In the late afternoon, return to your accommodation in Kathmandu and meet your trekking guide, who will go over the details for tomorrow's trip.
The day will start with warm Nepalese local breakfast after that we will get ready to take amazing tour of Patan Durbar Square and Bhaktapur Durbar Square.
We will take flight from Kathmandu to Chitwan to explore the pretty unique culture of Terai region. In chitwan area there are many thing to explore including Chitwan National Par, Tharu Culture, local market and River.
On the fifth day we explore the place called Sauraha which offers tour to Chitwan National Park, Tharu Cultural Museum and research center, Chitwan Tharu village, Sauraha Art Gallery, Elephant Breeding center and many more.
we will take drive from Chitwan to Pokhara which almost take 2 and half hours. after the arrival to pokhara we take rest.
Pokhara sightseen include Phewa Lake, Begnas Lake, Taal barahi Temple, World peace Pagods, Gorkha Memorial Museum, Devi’s Fall and many local markets.