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Nepal Cultural, Scenic Flight & Wildlife Tour

Many people who living in the main cities to name a few find themselves with a short period of holiday time & no idea where to spend it. The thriving Himalayan city of Kathmandu is a short flight of most of the cities & is an affordable, exciting & culturally rich holiday awaiting you in Kathmandu.
Kathmandu is the capital city of Nepal & the central tourist hub that acts as the gateway to the mighty Himalaya. If you don`t know what to do & where to go you could easily waste your precious time of the tourist traps, being hassled by touts & wasting money on expensive non-local arranged sightseeing tours. Kathmandu has a charm hidden underneath all the “tourist tinsel” & the best way to find it by going local. Though doing it rough & ready is not an ideal of most people traveling with young families or the elders, a little bit of preplanning & a good balance of organized it yourself touring can give you an amazing holiday in Kathmandu. Chitwan jungle safari tour is one of the most exciting trip and getting around is much easier that you think. It`s a good chance to get out of the city, see the country /jungle side & best of all the kids will absolutely love bathing the elephants, riding them & playing with baby elephants at the elephant breeding center. Interaction with these gentle giants will be a highlight talked about by them for years to come.
Return to Kathmandu after visiting Pokhara including a full day city tours in and arond the Pokhara valley & get yourself to Nagarkot known as the city fort, one of the premier hill stations. The big attraction to Nagarkot is what everyone comes to Nepal to see, the mountains. From this hilltop town, views can be seen right from Annapurna in the west all the way down of Everest in the east. If you are lucky a guide will be able to point out the distant peak of Mount Everest, the tallest mountain in the world. Everest is seen most clearly at sunrise. The best time of year to see impressive views of the mountains is from September through November.
After an overnight stay in Nagarkot you can return to the vehicle for Kathmandu or if you are have an active family, take the time to trek down through the hillside Tamang villages to Changunarayan temple, the oldest & one of the loveliest temples in the whole of Kathmandu valley. It is certainly worth a visit. Then after drive down to Bhaktapur, the ancient walled city & spend a good amount of time exploring the cobbled lane ways of Bhaktapur which at one time was a kingdom, the oldest kingdom in the Kathmandu valley. Tucked away behind the main square, you can find potters square which is where the locals still make by hand all forms of pottery for everyday & temple usage. Bhaktapur offers several squares like Bhaktapur main Durbar, Pottery, Taumadhi & Dattatraya squares.
So there you have it, you may have overlooked Nepal as a holiday destination for short trips, thinking that you had to spend weeks on the end traveling & trekking, it`s not true, there is plenty on offer in & just around the Kathmandu valley to make an affordable, rewarding & culturally rich holiday for your family in the country of the Himalayas! Have fun planning your holiday & enjoy what`s right on your doorstep.

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Day 01:
Arrive in Kathmandu and transfer to hotel.

Day 02:
Sightseeing tour in Kathmandu & Patan.

Day 03:
Visit Bhaktapur and drive to Nagarkot

Day 04:
Drive to Chitwan National Park for wild life safari.

Day 05:
A full day Jungle Safari in Chitwan National Park.

Day 06:
Drive to Pokhara and transfer to hotel near Lake Phewa.

Day 07:
Full day in Pokhara local tour with Sarankot.

Day 08:
A scenic flight of Kathmandu with afternoon free.

Day 09:
International departure.

Day 01:
Arrive in Kathmandu and transfer to hotel.
On reaching at Kathmandu international airports our Experience Treks staff will receive and transfer you to respective hotel, at the hotel our staff will brief with orientation program of the hotel, Kathmandu, tour, do's and don’ts and other related information.

Day 02:
Full day tour of Kathmandu & Patan with places of interest.
Morning our city and cultural guide will pick you for an interesting full day tour in and around Kathmandu. Kathmandu valley is full of Hindu Temples, Buddhist Monasteries & Stupas and old Palace courtyard which are enlisted in World Heritage Site, after sightseeing tour back to hotel with late afternoon free at leisure.

Kathmandu Durbar Square:
Kathmandu Durbar Square, the house of the Living Goddess (Kumari house), the ferocious Kal Bhairab, the monkey god (Hanuman) and hundreds of erotic carvings are a few examples of the sights at the Square! The buildings here is the greatest achievements of the Malla dynasty, visit the old Malla palace with beautiful courtyards and intricate carved pillars with windows and doors.

Pashupatinath Temple:
A Hindu temple dedicated to Lord Shiva situated at the bank of holy Bagmati River is one of the most sacred temples in the entire Hindu world. Pashupatinath Temple is the hub of the pilgrimage. Non Hindus can view the temple from the eastern side of the Bagmati River, enlisted in World heritage site.

Swayambhunath (Monkey Temple)
Believed to be 21 centuries old and stands as one of the world's oldest Buddhist Stupa. The Great Stupa of Swayambhunath is the glory of Nepal. It is enlisted in World Heritage site which serves as the nerve center of faithful worship for all the devout philosophy of Bajrayan in particular and honors Lord Adi Buddha. It is dedicated to the self originating flame God.

Bouddhanath Stupa:
Declared as the largest Buddhist shrine of South Asia. The ancient colossal Stupa was built in the 6th century A.D. by King Man Dev. It rests on a series of three terraces and from the bird's eye view it takes the relevant shape or of a lotus flower which indeed remains a very holy object for all the devout Buddhists of the world. This area is also known as “Little Tibet” which is surrounded by a circular market seems to be a part of Tibetan town.

Patan or Lalitpur "The city of fine arts"
The ancient name of Patan is Lalitpur, meaning city of beauty and grace planned on a circular format with Buddhist Stupa at each of the four points of the compass. The city is 6/7 kilometers south-east of Kathmandu across the southern bank of the river Bagmati. Like Kathmandu, its most photogenic center of attraction are its Durbar Square complex situated right in the middle of the market place. Patan city is believed to have been built during the reign of Vira Deva in 299 A.Ds. Some of Patan's more important monuments are as follows:
Patan Durbar Square
Hiranya Varna Mahavihar
Kumbheshwar Mahadev temple
Jagat Narayan
Krishna Temple
Rudra Varna Mahavihar
Gwa Bahal
Patan Industrial state
The Tibetan Refugee Camp

Day 03:
Scenic drive to Nagarkot visit Bhaktapur en route.
After an interesting time of Kathmandu area morning drive to Nagarkotat 32 km east of Kathmandu, on the north-east edge of the valley at an elevation of 2,175 m, en route visit Bhaktapur; a medieval city.

Bhaktapur or Bhadgaon "The city of Devotees":
Bhaktapur is the smalles city in the Kathmandu valley, situated 14 km east of Kathmandu. The city was once the capital of Nepal during the great Malla Kingdom from the 12th to the 15th century. Four square miles of land situated at an altitude of 1,401 meter from sea level is a home to art and architecture, pottery and weaving industries, rich local customs and culture, and the everyday life of Bhaktapur people.
After interesting tours of Bhaktapur, drive continues uphill to Nagarkot through farm villages, then at Nagarkot transfer in the comfort of hotel/resort. Nagarkot, considered as the best for mountain panorama with sunrise and sunset with a lookout tower south of the village for sensational 360º mountain range view.

Day 04:
Drive to Chitwan National Park 300 m/06 hour’s journey.
Early morning, catch the panoramic snow-capped mountain views with sunrise then with an interesting scenic drive to Chitwan on the main Prithvi highway towards the low lands of Terai towards Nepal mid south in the flat land with dense tropical jungles. On reaching Chitwan, check into the best Jungle lodge or resort for interesting 02 nights/03 days for jungle safari on the lookout for elusive royal Bengal tiger, one horned rhinoceros, leopards and various wild animals with 700 species of bird life.

Day 05:
Full day Jungle Safari on elephant’s back and nature excursion.
Starting early in the morning before breakfast optional jungle activities as per the lodge listed programs elephant safari, jungle or nature walks, dugout canoe ride on Rapti river to view birds life and two species of crocodile, elephant breeding centre, elephant bathing, sunrise & sunset view, the marsh mugger and Gangetic crocodile with bird watching after the great activities, refresh for dinner with Tharu cultural folk dance.

Day 06:
Drive to scenic Pokhara 950 m/05 hrs journey.
After a memorable time of Chitwan, drive leads on the same road to few hours then from Mugling Bazaar turning west of Pokhara passing several farm villages and towns, then reaching at scenic popular tourist spots of Pokhara by the Lake Phewa, most of the good hotels are located by the lake with afternoon free. Pokhara, the most unique sub-tropical valley in the Himalaya and probably in the world, where one can marvel the beauty of the Himalayan landscape and reflection of the Annapurna massif including the towering majestic peak of Mt. Machapuchhre on its beautiful lakes in the clear day.

Day 07:
Morning visit Sarankot for sunrise with day tour of Pokhara valley.
Early morning before dawn a short uphill drive to Sarankot for captivating views of sunrise over mountain panoramas and of Pokhara valley, after gorgeous moment back to the hotel for the tour of Pokhara its traditional bazaar, Mahendra and Bat cave, Bindhyabasini temple, Seti gorge, tour of Gupteshwor Mahadev cave and David’s water fall also known as Patale Chhango. A lovely waterfall situated about 2 km south-west of Pokhara Lake Site. After a wonderful time here in the quiet and peaceful environment drive back to hotel.

Day 08:
Flight/Drive to Kathmandu and transfer to respective hotel.
After a good enjoyable time of Chitwan and Pokhara morning drive/fly leads on the scenic road to Kathmandu following Marshyangdi and Trisuli River for a while and then reaching Kathmandu, after a great trip in the scenic Pokhara valley and Nepal’s dense jungle and wildlife with Botanical Treks & Excursion.

Day 09:
Transfer to airport for international departure.
Last days in this magic awesome Himalaya and with grand memorable time in magnificent Nepal with Botanical Treks & Excursion, as per your flight time our staff will transfer you to airport for your final departure for homeward bound.

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Health Requirements
You are preparing for a trek in the higher altitudes of remote Himalayan region. Hence during this treks, the physically, emotionally & mentally demanding mountain trek & you may face Acute Mountain Sickness (AMS), if you trek/hike quickly/ascended too fast as well as other health related problems. In this regard, Experience Treks strongly recommends for those travelers with pre-existing medical conditions like heart, lungs and blood pressure/diseases make know to us before booking this trip.

Experience Requirements
The remote mountain trekking requires 4 – 6 hours walking in per day a basis and at times it even exceeds to 7 – 8 hours depending on your walking pace, age groups, weather condition & seasons. Despite this fact, we do not suggest you for mandatory hiking or technical climbing experiences. Yet, it will be better if you have a regular jogging habit of few weeks before booking this trip.

Travel Insurance
Experience Treks does not sell or arranges any kind of insurance plan/packages for foreigners except local staff/s. Yet, it will be mandatory to join our trips that you should be insured for comprehensive expenses that may arise from the trip for your own safety. Your Insurance plan must be covering medical/travel issues as well as unforeseen accidents that may occur to the trips. In such a case, you may to take the facility like an air ambulance, helicopter rescue, Clinical attention and so on.

Trekking in higher altitudes may even cost the life of travelers! The more you go higher elevation/height, the lesser will be availability of Oxygen pressure in the air. Therefore, your body requires a few days too many days to adopt the newer situation/climate in an environment with less oxygen. The higher you climb the more will be the possibility of undergoing through Acute Mountain Sickness (AMS) problems. Hence, Botanical Treks & Excursion`s itineraries are extremely concern on this problem/issue. With our expert team, you can easily cops with altitude sickness problems. The AMS will attract you after 3,000 m. The Himalayan Rescue Association (HRA), non-profitable medical institution recommends to all trekkers/hikers to ascend slowly after 3,000 m (either ascends 300 m each day or every 600 m spend an extra night, the same altitude). The rule is slowly ascents to go higher elevation to be safe!

Trekking Crew Arrangement
To facilitate the best trekking experience in the Himalayas, Experience Treks has arranged most hospitable as it is possible, more professional and long-terms experienced crew members. Your local trip member/s will have most extensive knowledge about mountain trails, mountain names & its height/elevation, people & their cultures, religions, socio-cultural aspects, eco-system, flora & fauna, geography of the respective treks/trips and history of the local regions. Besides, our crew members are fully undergone through Rock climbing, Ice climbing, Mountaineering, Intensive wilderness First Aid knowledge, Trekking guides, Eco trekking, knowledge about Responsible tourism business, Sustainable development, English language, Conservation & preservation basic knowledge and Bio-diversity trainings.

Meals Facilities
During the trek in the mountains, you will be served 3 times meals a day with typical Nepali food/meal along with Tibetan, Chinese, Indian, Continental & Italian dishes, depending on your choices. You will have an access to have hot chocolate, tea and other hot drinks as well, breads and snack as well in the camping/tented treks. The early morning breakfast and dinner will be served at the same tea houses or at the local lodges where you spend the night. At times, you too have to enjoy the breakfast and the lunch at the camping overnights sites. Unlike this, you will take your lunch on the way in the mountain trails in the side trips/day excursion. The lunch will be prepared for your team member of the camping/tented treks & in teahouse/lodges treks at local lodge/guest houses. At the climax of the trip, you will enjoy a trip celebration dinner in Kathmandu.

Accommodations Arrangements
During your stay in Kathmandu, Pokhara, Chitwan & other cities, you will enjoy the budget accommodation to best class hotel /resorts accommodation depending on your budget, interest & hobbies where as on the other hand in the mountain trail, you will have to adjust at twin sharing, double bed & single bed rooms basis accommodations at the standard lodges or tea houses, mostly common sharing bathroom & toilet/rest rooms. However, you have to consider the remoteness of travelled places where single room may not be feasible at all the times & need to be the share with someone else in the peak season. Most of the teahouses/lodges are either double bed rooms or twin sharing rooms. Some of the majors trekking destinations, there are deluxe comfortable hotels & Resorts is also available.

Porter Care
We are tremendously concern over the rights of the porters who facilitate traveler`s adventure dreams in the Himalayas. Without porters hard working, your dream to go to mountains will not be certain/guaranteed. It is our serious concern that the porters should be well paid, make sure their warm clothing, well equipped and treated equally even in the harsh situation in the remote Himalayas. In case of emergency situations, we give equal to rescue facilities as other team members get in the adverse situation in the higher altitude including rescue services by Helicopter. Besides this, we too are concern about International Porter Protection Group (IPPG) which works in the field of trekking porter/s by protecting the rights of porter, basic language training to express their problems, make sure for enough warm clothing & other equipment, compulsory Insurance facility. In doing so, we recommend all our trekkers in the Himalayas just to keep their luggage under 30 kg so that it can be handled by porters smoothly in the higher mountains. If possible, try to make about 25 Kg. over 4,000 m & high passes.

Environmental Concerns
Being human beings, it is our responsibility to protect natural & cultural order, to conserve environment and to love nature. Himalayan region is ecologically very much fragile and hence we try to practice “to leave just footprints and take photos” so that future generation will to have chances to experience the beauty of Himalayan region. Respecting natural balance and being sensible towards local environment yields into protecting local cultures as well. Hence, our trip operations tremendously focus on environmental issues in the Himalayas and thereby eco-tourism.

Trekking Group Arrangement
Experience Treks generally provides one trek guide/trekking leaders for the trip operation and porter/s for luggage carrying. It means if there are 4 trekkers, there will be one trek guide & two porters. In the case of porter/s arrangements, there will be one porter for each two paying trekker. This arrangements helps to carry out the trip smoothly even in the adverse situation. Our trips generally accommodate the group of 10 people at a time. Despite this arrangement, we can adjust or run the trips over than 10 people at a time as well as.

Best Seasons
The best seasons of travelling/trekking in the Himalayas are autumn season (September-November) and spring season (March-May). Apart from these two seasons, there is a possibility of trekking in the Himalayas even in the winter and summer seasons which is called off-seasons. In the winter season, cold, snowing & flight delay or cancellation slightly affects the trips & high passes could be closed. But, travelling/trekking in the summer season comes with tremendous rewards for a passionate botanist despite of rainy days, flooding, landslides, flight delay or cancellation like winter season. It will be great in the least rain fall regions & high passes, where are lots of wild orchid blooming.

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