Nepal Experience Tour-Cost, Distance, Itinerary, In Nepal

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Introduction To Nepal Experience Tour In Nepal

The Nepal Experience Tour in Nepal aims to give visitors a sense of the country’s rich culture as well as its breathtaking natural landscapes. Nepal is the home of Mt. Everest, the world’s tallest peak, and the birthplace of Lord Buddha.

Within a stunning environment that climbs from 150 meters in the south to 8,848 meters at the peak of Mt Everest in the north, over 100 ethnic groups live.

Our Nepal Experience Tour is an exhilarating blend of adventure and exploration of Nepal’s rich and diverse environment and culture, which will fulfill both mind and body. This 12-day itinerary begins in Kathmandu with visits to four UNESCO World Heritage Sites, followed by a breathtaking flight over the Himalayas to Mt. Everest.

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We also travel in the picturesque Annapurna region, one of the world’s most popular trekking zones, visit popular monuments in Pokhara’s beautiful lake city, and finish our journey with stunning nature walks and a jungle safari in Chitwan’s tropical rainforests.

The Nepal Experience Tour is ideal for anyone looking to immerse themselves in the splendor of this small yet naturally rich country in a short period of time. This tour, which combines adventure and pleasure, ensures that its participants have a great time.

Highlights Of Nepal Experience Tour In Nepal

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  • A trip that includes a culture tour, heritage site visits, mild hiking, and a wildlife tour.
  • Visit the most well-known Durbar Squares from the 17th century (Kathmandu, Bhaktapur & Patan)
  • Temples of Hinduism and Buddhism should be visited (Holy Pashupatinath, Boudhanath & Swayambhunath)
  • From Nagarkot, you can see the sunrise and the Himalayan mountains.
  • Take a four-day easy hike around Ghorepani Poon Hill to see the Himalayas and enjoy nature’s splendor.
  • Learn about the Nepalese mountain people’s culture.
  • After the walk, have a relaxed outing in Pokhara.
  • See wild animals such as the Royal Bengal Tiger, one-horned rhinoceros, elephant, deer, bear, crocodile, and many others on a Nepali wildlife safari.
  • Enjoy the Tharu ethnic group’s culture show.

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Overview Of Nepal Experience Tour

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  • The Nepal Experience Tour is an unforgettable, relaxing, and thrilling adventure in Nepal. It includes a sightseeing tour of Kathmandu Durbar Square, Soyambhunath Temple, Pasupatinath Temple, and Boudhanath Stupa.
  • As well as adventure rafting on the Trishuli River, Elephant Safari in the Chitwan National Park, boating on Fewa Lake, sightseeing in Pokhara City, and three days trekking to Australian Camp.
  • You’ll walk through the foothills, visit historic temples and stunning landscapes for sightseeing, go on religious excursions in Kathmandu, enjoy Nepalese entertainment, and much more.


Meet our agent and transfer to the hotel upon arrival at Kathmandu's Tribhuvan International Airport. After checking in, receive a briefing on the tour and spend the evening at leisure.

We leave our hotel early in the morning for an hour-long mountain flight to see the world's highest peak, Mt Everest, the world's second highest peak, Kanchenjunga, and other high Himalayan peaks, as well as a clear perspective of the Tibetan Plateau. We visit four UNESCO World Heritage Sites in Kathmandu in the afternoon. Ancient palaces with amazing art and architecture can be found at Kathmandu's Durbar Square. Pashupatinath Temple is one of Hinduism's holiest sites. The ancient Boudhanath Stupa is one of the world's largest stupas, and the Swayambhunath Stupa, which means "the self-existent," is known as the Monkey Temple by international visitors because to the vast monkey population that lives in the vicinity. In Kathmandu, spend the night.

Early in the morning, we fly to Pokhara. From the right side of our plane, we get a fantastic view of the Himalayas. We are rewarded with stunning vistas of the Himalayas upon our arrival in Pokhara, the gorgeous lake city, featuring Dhaulagiri, Manaslu, Machhapuchhare, the five peaks of Annapurna, and others. We drive to Naya Pul and begin the trek after taking a break. We walk through subtropical valley forests, occasionally on a carved trail on the cliff's edge. After lunch, we take a suspension bridge across the Modi Khola (river) to Tikhedhunga hamlet. The Ulleri Hill, with its hundreds of steps and boulders that keep going up, will put our stamina to the test. We arrive in Ulleri in the late afternoon. Ulleri is where you'll spend the night.

We ascend to Ghorepani village after breakfast. Ghorepani means 'horse-water' in Nepali, due to its previous position as a trading post before becoming a trekker's stop. Ghorepani is a charming town with a variety of modest stores and kiosks selling local goods and crafts. The town is divided into two sections, one situated in a saddle and the other a few hundred feet below. We come to a halt on the higher ground of Ghorepani hamlet, which provides panoramic views of the surrounding mountains, including Annapurna South and the Nilgiri ranges. We begin to feel the chilly temperature, especially in the evenings, because Ghorepani is higher than our previous stay. Ghorepani is where you'll spend the night.

We start early in the morning to climb the steep trail to the viewpoint of Poon Hill (3,210m/10,529ft), the Annapurna region's most popular trekking destination and a great viewpoint to enjoy amazing views of Mustang, Pokhara, and more than 20 of the highest mountains, including close-up views of the Annapurna and Dhaulagiri ranges. The high mountains' snowy summits loom above and around us, shimmering in the dawn light. We return to Ghorepani after shooting photographs and enjoying a cup of coffee, tea, or hot chocolate. We drive east after breakfast and climb a neighboring mountain. We descend through rhododendron trees and pass by several stunning waterfalls before arriving at Tadapani for the night.

We descend steeply from Tadapani through the deep and dark forest. This section of the hike will take you through a dense forest of old rhododendron trees, which, when in bloom, transform into spectacular red flower gardens when viewed from the air or from afar. We will be pleasantly pleased by the sight of cherry blossoms in bloom on the slopes on the opposite side of the ravine by the afternoon, depending on the season of travel. We arrive in Ghandruk, a slope community with stone dwellings largely inhabited by the Gurung people, after a short climb. At the Gurung Museum in Ghandruk, we learn about the basic but rich cultural traditions of the Gurung people while also taking in the breathtaking vistas of the Fishtail, Annapurna South, and Hiunchuli mountains.

We trek from Ghandruk to Naya Pul today, then return to Pokhara by car. All the way to Birethanti, the trip will be downhill. We take a stone-slab-paved staircase that curves in and out of the hamlet, passing terraced farms. It descends practically without stopping from Ghandruk to the Modi Khola river valley. Some of us may feel as if we've just completed a downhill marathon by the time we reach Birethanti. But our agony is far from done. A half-hour walk from Birethanti leads us to Naya Pul. At Nayapul, the trek on foot comes to an end. After that, we drive from Nayapul to Pokhara for the night.

We leave early in the morning for Sarangkot, a hill that provides a panoramic view of the Annapurna and Dhaulagiri ranges in the north and Pokhara city in the south. From here, we have spectacular views of the sun rising over the Himalayas. We then return to Pokhara and continue our sightseeing tour of the city's highlights. Davis Fall is a one-of-a-kind waterfall that cascades into a narrow, deep ditch with no end. The Shiva Cave is a shrine devoted to Lord Shiva, a primary Hindu God, and is located near Davis Falls. We also go boating on Phewa Lake, Pokhara's largest lake, and visit Barahi Temple, which is located in the middle of the lake. We go to the famed International Mountain Museum (IMM), which documents, records, and commemorates the history and growth of climbing activities around the world, particularly in the Himalayas. We also take a tour of the Tibetan refugee camp, where we see how the refugees keep themselves occupied by making and selling woolen carpets and other handicrafts. Pokhara is where you'll spend the night.

After breakfast, we bid farewell to Pokhara's gorgeous northern skyline and depart for Chitwan, a city at the foot of the Churia range known for housing Chitwan National Park (CNP), Nepal's first national park and a UNESCO World Heritage Site. We take a jungle/nature walk into the national park after we get to Chitwan. We spend time bird watching and enjoying the company of a diverse range of flora and fauna on our nature walks. A presentation on CNP's diverse flora and wildlife will take place in the evening. Chitwan is where you will spend the night.

Today, we pique the interest of the animal lover within us. We will be mounted on elephant backs early in the morning for a jungle safari through lush grasslands to see species in their natural habitat. We visit the elephant stables after breakfast and even get to bathe the elephants. We can either drive through the forests in a Jeep or have a canoe excursion down the Rapti River in the afternoon. We venture deep into the jungle on the safari and see deer, the rare one-horn rhinoceros, and other exotic species. We might even see the elusive Royal Bengal Tiger if we're lucky. We may get a close look at Gharial and Mugger Crocodiles, as well as freshwater dolphins, otters, and a variety of water birds, while canoeing. We might also go birding or on a nature, walk to get a closer look at the park's diverse wild flora and wildlife. Chitwan is where you will spend the night.

We go birding early in the morning since Chitwan National Park is home to a vast diversity of resident and migratory species. After that, we eat breakfast and depart for Kathmandu. While in and near Chitwan, we'll travel through the Terai plains before transitioning to a more twisting road as we get closer to Kathmandu. We can admire the magnificent hilly terrains and modest buildings along the way. In the evening, we arrive in Kathmandu. In the evening, we will enjoy a farewell meal to commemorate the successful conclusion of our voyage.

Today is the last day of our Nepalese adventure! We will be escorted to the airport by a representative roughly 3 hours prior to our scheduled flight. We'll have plenty of time on the way home to plan our future excursion in Nepal's beautiful land.



  • Throughout the tour, all lodging is included.
  • Breakfast is included at all hotels.
  • Breakfast, lunch, and supper are all included at this Chitwan hotel.
  • Transfers to and from international airports are available.
  • All transportation between the stated destinations while in Nepal.
  • Chitwan National Park offers jungle safari activities.
  • Permit to enter Chitwan National Park
  • Tours around the city with an English-speaking guide.
  • Temple and tourist entrance fees in Kathmandu, Pokhara, and Lumbini.
  • All taxes are included, as well as our service fee.


  • Fees for Nepal visas (You can apply online or at Kathmandu airport on your arrival).
  • The cost of your international flight to and from Kathmandu.
  • Beverages and alcoholic beverages.
  • Any and any personal costs (phone calls, laundry, bar bills, etc).
  • All extra fees are associated with additional services.
  • Advice for the guide and the driver (Tipping is expected ).

Nepal Experience Tour- 12 Days

How many days are enough to visit Nepal?

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Plan three to four weeks to see the best of Nepal; this will allow you to finish a serious trek, such as the distant and under-visited Makalu Base Camp or the Arun Valley to Everest Base Camp trek, and still have time to enjoy culture, jungle, and other adventure activities.

Is 2 weeks in Nepal enough?

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Two weeks in Nepal is more than enough time to have a genuinely rewarding journey, whether you want to go on an amazing trek or travel about the country learning about its culture and history.

Is Nepal costly than India?

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In comparison to Nepal, India is 4.5 percent less expensive.

Is Indian rupees valid in Nepal?

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In Nepal, even Indian currency is widely recognized. There’s no need to alter it. In Nepal, you can even use Indian Rupee. Alternatively, anyone can give you money in exchange.

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