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Nepal Tour Packages

Nepal is synonymous with trekking and adventure and is truly a paradise for adventure and culture loving tourists and travellers. The combination of the natural beauty of the Himalayas and the wildlife, culturally inclined temples, stupas and monasteries, and the various kinds of adventures and sports available here makes it the perfect destination for a tour like a pot-pourri. We have some of the best tour packages for Nepal and cheapest Nepal tour packages which will entice you to visit this charming country.

Experience Nepal
There are only a very few countries in the world which offer a well packaged set-up for an independent travel such as Nepal does. This country gives its visitors a feeling of “Nirvana” that cannot be achieved in many other countries. Cities in Nepal such as Pokhara and Thamel with their myriad of bustling cafes, pizzerias, bakeries and trekking shops will make you feel as though you are in Disneyland, only difference being you are backpacker looking for adventure. A contrast to these cities are the country side which still sustains a traditional and slow paced mountain life for its resident villagers along with the heaps of mountainous adventures that gleam on the horizons of the peaks. The only problem that you may face in your entire travel duration is that you cannot cover everything mentioned on your Nepal Tour packages in one single trip and hence this country keeps receiving loyal tourists who visit again and again to see the multitude spots they weren’t able to cover on their previous trip. There are so many different ways that you can explore the many attractions and landscapes in the country by means of rafts, mountain bikes, tourist buses and motorbikes. This country is a good place for couples to visit and bond too so we also have a lot of Nepal packages for honeymoon to choose from.

The Mighty Mountains of Nepal
The ultimate ambition for any hiker, trekker or adventure junkie is to climb the Himalayan regions in Nepal because of the most iconic and rugged trails to Mount Everest, Annapurna and others that one can find here. Nowhere else in the world can one enjoy a trek up such a trail with a comfortable thought in your mind that at the end of the day there is a hot meal in a cozy lodge that awaits you at the various base camps. The adventure activities that you can find in this region are bungee jumping into the Himalayan valleys, white water rafting in the rivers, Canyoning, kayaking, paragliding, hiking and mountain biking to name a few set amongst the majestic backdrops of the snow-capped mountains.

Jungle Adventures
An altogether different topography than the snow-capped peaks are the lush green jungles in the south of the country. here, nature lovers can go about bird watching with its array of exotic species and also go on safaris scanning the jungles for rhinos, tigers, crocodiles and many other faunas. Even for Safaris, the tourist can choose from two different safaris, one that of a luxury safari with a lodge or a more adventurous trip into the wilderness of the jungles in a remote area. Enroute these safaris you can also visit the birthplace of Lord Buddha known as Lumbini. Choose from one of our best tour packages for Nepal to have an enriching holiday experience.

The Sacred Sites & Medieval Cities of Nepal
Most travellers prefer to explore this country at a more gracious pace as they admire the beautiful sunsets in the Himalayas which paint the sky yellow and orange over glasses of gin and tonic and taking a stroll through the medieval cities of Bhaktapur, Patan, Kathmandu and others. One can also join the Buddhist pilgrims and take a walk around the stupas and monasteries which are over a century old. Nepal still remains the cultural domain of the Himalayas even after the massive earth quake which shook the country in the year 2015. If you are a cultural lover, then the Kathmandu valley is a must visit to witness the top-class palaces, hidden shrines and the magnificent temple artworks. Want to learn more about the Tibetan culture and Buddhism and also to make the delicious momos (dumplings)?? Then head over and book one our many Nepal Tour packages and experience the best of the city.

Let us have a look at the Best places to visit in Nepal and the top sights in each city on your Nepal holiday packages.

Kathmandu
Kathmandu as a city is a treat to all senses the moment you step off your plane with a riot of colours, sights, smells and sounds. Travel through the jam-packed lanes on a rickshaw in the old town and explore the stunning temples. This city can be amazing, intoxicating and make you exhausted all at the same time! although the earthquake which occurred in 2015 shook the country, many of the temples here remained intact. These hidden temples are always adorned with marigold flowers and its courtyards filled with chillies and rice left to dry in the sun. in this city, there is enough to keep you entertained for almost a week.

Some of the places to visit in Kathmandu are;

● Old Town
● Kumari Bahal
● Swayambhunath Stupa
● Garden of Dreams
● Durbar Square
● Itum Bahal
● Asan Tole
● Nasal Chowk
● Indra Chowk
● Seto Machendranath Temple (Jan Bahal)

Pokhara
With its stunning scenery, adventurous activities, a galore of food and accommodation to choose from, and many other attractions, this city of Pokhara will tick the right boxes on your Nepal Tour packages. This city is the perfect destination in Nepal to give you a boost of energy and rejuvenation after you have had a tiring trip exploring this country. the feel of the city is much more chilled out and relaxed when compared to Kathmandu. There is a very tranquil lake in the city where you can rent paddle boats and go boating. The best part of this city is that from the lake or if you are lucky even from your hotel room you can view the beautiful snow-capped mountains of the Himalayan region. Pokhara has much more to offer than just this, you can even go paragliding which is considered the best in the world as it is surrounded by white water rivers. Pokhara is known to be the gateway to the treks in the Annapurna region which are famous world over.

Some of the places to visit in Pokhara are;

● Sarangkot
● Phewa Tal
● World Peace Pagoda
● Moondance restaurant
● Devi’s falls
● International Mountain Museum
● Seti River gorge
● Varahi Mandir
● Gurkha Museum
● Old Pokhara

Patan
Patan was once an independent city – state but is now like a suburb in Kathmandu which is separated from the latter by the Bagmati River. The locals call Patan by its original name in Sanskrit which is Lalitpur or also by its Newari name which is Yala. Patan has the best collection of palaces and temples in the entire country of Nepal. The fair-trade shops in Patan sell high-class handicrafts at really competitive prices which encourages tourists to purchase souvenirs from them and the money from these purchases go to the needy in Nepal.

Some of the places to visit in Patan are;

● Mul Chowk
● Durbar Square
● Golden Gate
● Sundari Chowk
● Patan Museum
● Krishna Mandir
● Golden Temple (Kwa Bahal)
● Royal Palace

Bhaktapur
Bhaktapur is also one of the important medieval city-states in Kathmandu and is known to be the best-preserved city in the region. With the massive loss of life and devastation caused by the earthquake, there are still a lot to see in this city which is why Nepal tourismis very vital to this region. There is an entry fee to enter the town and experience the Nepali way of life. This fee amount directly goes to funding for maintenance and repairs of temples in the city.

Some of the places to visit in Bhaktapur are;

● Bhairabnath Temple
● National Art Gallery
● Taleju Bell
● Potters square
● Dattatreya Temple
● Nyatapola Temple
● Char Dham Temples

Bandipur
Bandipur is considered nepal’s most charming towns and is also aliving museum of the Newari culture and traditions which is charmingly preserved in the village. It can clearly be seen that a lot of effort has gone into developing the town to be suitable for tourism while preserving its old charm and magic. The abandoned buildings have been refurbished into quirky cafes and lodges, and temples and other civil buildings have been renovated from becoming ruins. This town has a stunning architecture from the 18th century along with an exclusive pedestrian zone and cafes and restaurants with outdoor dining giving it a very European feel!

It is a very unique town to visit in the whole of Nepal and is definitely a must on Nepal holiday Packages.

Some of the places to visit in Bandipur are;

● Tundikhel
● Silkworm Farm
● Khadga Devi Temple
● Thani Mai Temple Viewpoint
● Siddha Gufa Cave
● Bindebasini Temple
● Padma Library

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Nepal Packages FAQs

Q. What is the best time to go for a trek to the Everest Base Camp?
A. If you have been browsing Nepal packages for the best Everest Base Camp trek itinerary, then you should choose from the two significant trekking seasons. The pre-monsoon months of February, March, April and May and the post-monsoon months between late September and December are ideal for a trek to the Everest Base Camp and scaling Kala Phattar. Avoid the harsher months of January and February when the Himalayan winter is at its peak with the temperature plummeting to -30 degree Celsius making it extremely challenging to find your way through the snow-covered trail.


Q. Do the local Nepalese folk speak in English?
A. While the official language of Nepal is Nepali which has its roots in Sanskrit, most people in the city including your lodging staff, shopkeepers and cafe owners can converse in English. However, if you are travelling remotely into the mountains and staying in small villages, you will encounter an array of tongues which are various sub-dialects, but there is little chance that you can get around in English. When looking for Nepal tour packages, ensure you have an English-speaking guide in tow.


Q. Is Nepal a safe country to travel to?
A. Simply go through Nepal travel packages and zero in on the suitable one because Nepal is a safe and a tourist-friendly country for both backpackers and those travelling with their families. A country with low-crime rate, you can easily wander around Nepal, trek its mountains and explore its medieval city,Bhaktapur, and Old Kathmandu and Thamel among other places even if you are a solo traveller. But keep a radar for a travel advisory if any on restrictions to travel to certain areas. Nepal has made a speedy recovery since the earthquake of 2015 and majority of its trekking circuits are open again to mountaineers and trekkers. But be wary of pickpockets and its better to take a local guide with you when you are going into the mountains or are travelling to remote regions.


Q. What should I pack for a holiday to Nepal?
A. Though this would largely depend on the season in which you are travelling, but Nepal in general is a cold country because it is the land of the Himalayas, and other than that a rather conservative society. You are advised to not pack anything too revealing, skimpy or short. For all the walks and the hikes your Nepal trip will entail, a suitcase should have light to medium-weight comfortable cotton clothes, a jacket, woolen cap, sweaters, walking shoes and woollen socks. The warm clothing is particularly necessary if you are visiting between October and February. Keep a scarf, a bandana or a woollen cap handy for gaining entry to religious shrines.


Q. Do I need a visa to travel to Nepal?
A. Indian citizens travelling to Nepal do not need a visa to enter it. Though as per Nepal’s immigration, Indian nationals must possess a passport or any of the documents of the likes of a driving license with your photo on it, a ration card, voter’s card, or any other photo identity card issued by a government agency.


Q. What all places should I visit on my first trip to Nepal?
A. On your first-ever holiday in Nepal, it would be ideal to incorporate Kathmandu, Chitwan National Park and Pokhara in your itinerary which would otherwise include a whole lot of hiking and trekking, rafting and a bunch of adventure activities. For a basic, all-round experience, about 5-10 days are sufficient in Nepal unless of course you are planning a multi-day trek when the length of your trip can go up to 14 days.


Q. Do I need to carry my own sleeping bag for treks in Nepal?
A. Though you can rent a sleeping bag in its capital, Kathmandu, which includes blankets among other gear. But it is ideal if you can bring your own light-weight sleeping bag from home; for it will save you the hassle of renting a good-quality equipment and returning it in mint condition.


Q. What is ‘teahouse’ trekking?
A. This means you will be lodging in a ‘teahouse’, a little mountain lodge or a local hut on every night of your trek. Such lodges are bare-bones and come with a dormitory or a warren of 5-10 rooms with a shared common area where you can eat your meals and catch up with your fellow trekkers. Usually, on teahouse treks the mountain lodges are run by the locals, and can be rented rather economically.


Q. Can I travel to Nepal in the monsoon?
A. The Nepal monsoon lasts between June and August when the country experiences very heavy rainfall for short spells in the day. Rains make the place wet and humid and some of the lower region treks such as those in Langtang, Ghorepani and Ghandruk, muddy and washed-out. Despite that, the monsoon are a good time to visit Nepal since the trails are less-crowded and the skies clearer. The rain-washed stone trails, in fact, become easier for trekking. Also, you can head to the upper reaches of the Everest since they lie in the Himalaya’s rain-shadow region and receive very little rain.


Q. How long do treks last each day?
A. On an average, you would be trekking for about 4-6 hours daily. Usually, a trek begins as early as 08:00 am and winds up between 04:00 pm and 05:00 pm, just around sunset. But the treks are not at all strenuous since you will be making several breaks along the way for tea, lunch among others. Now, the higher you go in the Everest region, smaller will be your trekking hours owing to the risk of picking up altitude sickness if you climb up too fast and for too long.

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