Nepal Tour - 11 Days

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2 PERSON IN A DBR Rs.15,000/-   3 PERSON IN A DBR Rs.13,800/-   Child(4-11) Rs.11,800/-   Kids Rs.3,000/-


TOUR ATTRACTION IN NEPAL : Chit wan --   2 Nights, Pokhra  -- 2 Nights, Katmandu – 3 Nights, Birganj – 1 Night

BEST TIME TO VISIT :  The best seasons to trek in Nepal are autumn, from mid September until end November and spring, from the beginning of March until the mid May. Spring and early summer (mid-March through May) Approach to winter and the mid winter (end-November through March)

About the Place

CHITWAN : Nepal Jungle Safari is the natural gift of the gangetic plains. In this pristine jungle, 90 miles south west of Kathmandu lies the world famous Royal Chitwan National Park established in 1973, Chitwan National Park gets sub-tropical climate. Light clothes with natural colors are recommended. During the winter months from November to early March the mornings and evenings are cold, so warm clothes are necessary. Casually comfortable clothes and shoes are recommended during the day for easy movement. We highly recommend our guests to bring binoculars, flash light, insect repellent and lotion for outdoor activities.
Park also homes to Leopard, sloth bear, Wild boar, 4 different types of dears and many other small animals. There are over 450 species of birds in the park. Endangered birds found in the park are the giant hornbill, bengal florican, black stork & white stork. Principal vegetation of the park is 70% sal forest, 7% riverine forest, 20% tall grassland (Elephant grass) 3% chirpine forest and many marshland and lakes.
 
POKHRA : Pokhara is a remarkable place for natural beauty at an altitude of 827 m above mean sea level & 200 km west of Kathmandu. This city is ever known as a real paradise in Earth. The Valley is filled with swift flowing river and dotted with clear gleaming lakes. It is blessed with the back drop is the most dramatic sceneries in world. A 140km of panoramic Himalayan ranges seem close enough to be touched. But also can be felt. The magnificence of the Himalayas rising behind the lake create an ambience of peace & magic, popular for water rafting, Kayaking and trekking expeditions following the unification of Nepal in 1769. It took a shape of permanent bazaar (small town). Newer migrants from Kathmandu Valley established business and introduced new architecture design of the city. It grew as a catering place to caravan traders with limited infrastructure facilities located at the break of bulk point along the trans-Himalayan trade routes.
 
KATHMANDU : For many people, stepping off a plane into Kathmandu is an exhilarating shock - the sights, sounds and smells can quickly lead to sensory overload. Whether it be buzzing around the crazy polluted traffic in a taxi, trundling down the narrow winding streets of the old town in a rickshaw, marveling at Durbar Sq or dodging the tiger balm sellers and trekking touts in Thamel, Kathmandu can be an intoxicating, amazing and exhausting place. As the largest (and pretty much the only) city in the country, Kathmandu also feels like another developing-world city rushing into a modern era of concrete and traffic pollution. Take a walk in the backstreets, however, and the capital's amazing cultural and artistic heritage reveals itself in hidden temples overflowing with marigolds, courtyards full of drying chilies and rice, and tiny hobbit-sized workshops largely unchanged since the Middle Ages.
 
BIRGANJ : Birgunj, the second largest city in Nepal, is the hub of trading and commercial activities. The city has unique sightseeing experiences in store for the visitors. The humble folks and farmers provide the tourists a chance to acquaint themselves with the way of Terai (low altitude, flat land) life of Nepal.
The city has not been given more value than a stopover place for all type of travelers, whether they are businessmen, tourists or pilgrims. But if one spends some time in the city, one can get taste what Birganj has to offer.

About Katmandu

Nepal Jungle Safari is the natural gift of the gangetic plains. In this pristine jungle, 90 miles south west of Kathmandu lies the world famous Royal Chitwan National Park established in 1973, Chitwan National Park gets sub-tropical climate. Light clothes with natural colors are recommended. During the winter months from November to early March the mornings and evenings are cold, so warm clothes are necessary. Casually comfortable clothes and shoes are recommended during the day for easy movement. We highly recommend our guests to bring binoculars, flash light, insect repellent and lotion for outdoor activities.

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