Given its mind-boggling diversity of cultures, landscapes, languages and climates, it may very well be fair to call Nepal a marvelously stupendous country in terms of traveling. With the infectious presence of sun-drenched lowlands, majestic Himalayan peaks glistening with snow, ancient hand-carved temples and sprawling cities, Nepal has a lot to offer to foreign travelers. Our Best of Nepal tour package is one of the most economically planned sightseeing tour offered by us as it firstly explores the beauty and the historical cultures of the Kathmandu valley. Founded around 723 AD, Kathmandu opened up to the foreigners in the mid-1950s which led the tremendous growth of tourism in the capital city transformed itself as Mecca for trekkers and nirvana for hippies in the 1960s and till 1970s. Kathmandu is a fascinating old city with a well-preserved reminiscence of ancient heritages such as Royal palaces, courtyards, temples and other heritages having its roots back to the Malla, Lichhavi and Shah eras. The other neighboring cities of Bhaktapur and Patan also stand shoulder to shoulder in terms of heritage, cultural diversity and richness.
Located 20 km to the east of Kathmandu, Bhaktapur has well preserved the rich cultural heritage, ancient monuments and palaces, gilded roofs open courtyards and wood carvings which form a part of palaces, pagodas, and other ancient buildings. Also known as 'The City of Devotees', Bhaktapur is dominated by traditional Newari culture, cuisines and art crafts and decorated with religious shrines, temples, and unique-styled pagodas.The capital of Greater Malla Kingdom from 12th to 18th century, Bhaktapur was founded by King Ananda Malla in the 12th Century which rose to be a city famous for its crafts, culture and traditions, and trading mostly due to being a part of the ancient trading route through to Tibet. The historical city of Patan was founded probably in the 3rd century BS. It is famous for the Durbar Square including the famous old and other beautiful architectural structures such as Tusha Hiti and The stone temple of Lord Krishna with its intricate stone and bronze carvings are two other masterpieces in the same. During you Kathmandu stay you will also enjoy the amazing Mountain flight over the Himalayas as it offer a panoramic view of the renowned Himalayan peaks in just about one-hour timeframe.
On Moving out from the Kathmandu vally the endangered fauna and the wild species in the Chitwan National Park will make the much enjoyable and relaxing trip for you. Chitwan National Park is famous for its variety of ecosystem that embraces Churia hills, beautiful lakes, and rivers. It is the abode for more than 525 species of birds and 55 species of reptiles and 56 species of mammals including the one-horned rhinoceros, Bengal Tiger, leopard, sloth bear, wild elephant, striped hyena, Genetic dolphin and wild bison. You can find different types of subtropical and tropical forests here. 20% of the total land is covered by the grasslands of the park area. In Chitwan national park you can have your holidays relaxable with jungle walk, elephant safari, bird watching, canoeing, elephant bathing, culture visit and traditional shows and there are many more activities to make the much enjoyable trip for you.
The next destination is Lumbini, the Land of Gautam Buddha, also known as 'the Light of Asia'. Lumbini, the birthplace of Lord Buddha, the founder of Buddhism, attracts tourists from all over the world..Lumbini is the place where Buddha was born, Lumbini hosts the Sacred garden, Mayadevi Temple (the temple dedicated to the mother of Lord Buddha), sacred pond as well as other attractive monuments built by several international entities and nations.The Ashoka Pillar, erected by Emperor Ashoka in 249 BC to commemorate his pilgrimage to Lumbini, proves that Lumbini is the place where Buddha was born.
After exploring these ancient and religious places in Lumbini your final destination will be the magnificent town of Pokhara which is the most scenic, awe-inspiring travel destinations in Nepal. It’s a place that photographers dream of traveling to. The Lake City of Pokhara, a scenic city surrounded by breathtaking mountains wth famous Phewa Lake reflecting the unique Machhapuchhre mountain in it and shy Seti River entertaining the travelers and similarly other natural heritages such as Mahendra Cave, Gupteshwor cave and Davis Falls leaves visitors mesmerized. Mountaineering museum provides information about mountaineering, culture, and traditions of various ethnic communities and many other things. A hub of adventurous activities, Pokhara provides an opportunity for lots of activities as well.