The Best of Chitwan, Pokhara and Kathmandu

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Trip Grade : Moderate
Duration : 6 Nights/7 Days
Destination : Nepal
Region : Everest
Activity : Jungle Safari
Theme : Lodge Trekking
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Price Per PersonUS$2079All-inclusive services

Trips Itinerary

Day 1

Meet, and assist upon arrival in Katmandu airport by our representative and escort to hotel in Kathmandu.

Short briefing at the hotel about the itinerary and the do’s and don’ts with a welcome drink for about 15 minutes. Hand over the keys to the respective rooms of the guests. 

Overnight at a hotel in Kathmandu (No Meals)


Day 2

Breakfast at hotel

Drive to Chitwan, it takes approx. 6 hrs drive.

Chitwan National Park, a UNESCO World Heritage Site is the first national park in Nepal. Formerly called Royal Chitwan National Park it was established in 1973 and granted the status of a World Heritage Site in 1984. It covers an area of 932 km2 and is located in the subtropical Inner Terai lowlands of south-central Nepal in the Chitwan district. In altitude, it ranges from about 100 meters (330 ft) in the river valleys to 815 meters (2,674 ft) in the Churia Hills.

In the north and west of the protected area the Narayani- Rapti river system forms a natural boundary to human settlements. Adjacent to the east of Chitwan National Park is Parsa Wildlife Reserve; contiguous in the south is the Indian Tiger Reserve Valmiki National Park. The coherent protected area of 2,075 km2 represents the Tiger Conservation Unit (TCU) Chitwan-Parsa-Valmiki, which covers a 3,549 km2 huge block of alluvial grasslands and subtropical moist deciduous forests.


The Green Jungle Resort is located in Amaltari ghat close to the bank of the Narayani River and has close proximity to the National Park – a mere ten minute’s boat ride away.


TEMPLE TIGER GREEN JUNGLE RESORT is situated 189 Km Southwest of Kathmandu at an elevation of about 150 meters above sea level. The built-up area of Green Jungle Resort has been designed within its own surrounding forest adjusting to the natural relief and harmony. Green Jungle Resort has 15 single and double/twin air-conditioned villas each built on a stilt overlooking the National Park and villages having their own private balcony. The layout of the resort has been designed to depict ethnic villas with tastefully decorated rooms with typical artifacts having wooden floors with throw carpets, a cozy living area, and spacious attached bathrooms with solar heated running hot and cold water. The thatched roofs of the villas are made from the abundant Siru grass therefore they blend easily into the surroundings. The Resort has a central dining area with a large terrace overlooking the jungle and the village. It has a full-fledged bar and lounge with a library cum reading room. It also has its own organic farm which will supply vegetables to the resort. Chitwan is one of Asia’s richest and most spectacular wildlife sanctuaries and in 2003, rated this park as one of the best “Wildlife Safari Destinations of the World”.

Lunch on arrival

Elephant Briefing – Elephant activities

Tea / Coffee

Slide show presentation on wildlife by our senior naturalist

Dinner at the Round House

Overnight at Temple Tiger Green Jungle Resort

Day 3

Breakfast at Resort

Village Visit

Lunch at the Resort

Jeep drive

Boat ride down the Narayani River

The boat will provide an opportunity to view the Gharial crocodiles as well as the mugger crocodiles, otters, and varieties of other water birds


BBQ Dinner with a cultural Tharu dance program


Overnight at Temple Tiger Green Jungle Resort

Day 4

Breakfast at hotel

AM: Drive to Pokhara

Pokhara, a Sub-Metropolitan City is the second largest city of Nepal and is situated about 200 km west of the capital Kathmandu. It serves as the headquarters of Kaski District, Gandaki Zone, and the Western Development Region. Pokhara is one of the most popular tourist destinations in Nepal. Three out of the ten highest mountains in the world — Dhaulagiri, Annapurna I, and Manaslu — are situated within 30 miles (linear distance) of the city, so the northern skyline of the city offers a very close view of the Himalayas. Due to its proximity to the Annapurna mountain range, the city is also a base for trekkers undertaking the Annapurna Circuit through the ACAP region of the Annapurna ranges in the Himalayas.


PM: Half-day sightseeing tour of Pokhara Valley
Devi’s Fall: Locally known as Patale Chango (Hell’s Falls) also known as Devins and Davids is a lovely Waterfall about 2 km south West of Pokhara airport on the Siddhartha Highway. Legend has it that a trekker by the name of Davy was washed away by the Padi Khola and mysteriously disappeared into an underground passage beneath the fall.
Mahendra Cave: Another of nature’s wonders in Pokhara is the Mahendra Gufa. This large limestone cave is locally known as the House of Bats an apt name for it. A two-hour walk to the north of Pokhara, it is best to bring our own torch to see the stalactites and stalagmites, as well as the local winged residents.
Seti Gandaki Gorge: Another of Pokhara’s natural wonders is the Seti Gandaki River. Flowing right through the city, the boisterous river runs underground at places. Amazingly, at certain places, the river appears hardly two meters wide. However, its depth is quite beyond imagination, over 20m. Mahendra Pul, a small bridge near the old mission hospital, provides a perfect view of the river’s dreadful rush and the deep gorge made by its powerful flow.
The Old Bazar + Bindyabasini Temple:
Pokhara’s traditional bazaar is colorful and so are its ethnically diverse traders. Its temples and monuments can be seen as ties to the old Newar Architecture of the Kathmandu valley, Located about 4 km from Lakeside, the market’s original charm is still evident. This area is strewn with shops selling commodities ranging from edibles to cloth to cosmetics and gold is a pleasant and shady spot to stroll around.

The old Bazaar is also home to one of Pokhara’s most important shrines. Locally called the Bindhyabasini Mandir, this white dome-like structure dominates a spacious stone–paved courtyard built atop a shady hillock. It is dedicated to Goddess Bhagwati, yet another manifestation of Shakti. The park–like grounds offer a fine picnic area, and on Saturdays, and Tuesdays when devotees flock there to offer sacrifices, it takes on a festive flavor.

PM: Dinner at Hotel

Overnight at Hotel in Pokhara (B, D)

Day 5

Breakfast at hotel

AM: Drive back to Kathmandu

PM: Leisure Time

Dinner at Hotel

Overnight at Hotel in Kathmandu (B, D)

Day 6

Breakfast at the hotel

AM: Sightseeing tour of Patan City, Swayambhunath Stupa and Kathmandu City

Patan city: The ancient city of Patan is known as Lalitpur, literally the city of fine arts, which is about five kilometers southeast of Kathmandu. The city is full of Hindu temples and Buddhist monuments. Besides an old royal palace, which dominates all others in grace and grandeur, it has a 16th-century Krishna Temple entirely made of stone. This shikhara-style structure with 21 pinnacles is dedicated to Lord Krishna, a savior deity in the Hindu pantheon. It is equally noted for rare stone carvings on its walls, which depict various episodes from the Hindu epics Ramayana and Mahabharata. Other landmarks within the Square are Tusha-hiti (water spout), Sundari Chowk, Taleju Temple, and the Keshav Narayan Chowk.

PM: Swayambhunath Stupa:
A golden spire crowning a conical wooded hill, Swayambhunath Stupa is the most ancient and enigmatic of all the holy shrines in Katmandu Valley. Its lofty white dome and glittering golden spires are visible from many miles and from all sides of the valley. Historical records found on a stone inscription give evidence that the stupa was already an important Buddhist pilgrimage destination by the 5th century AD.

Kathmandu City:
The seat of royalty till the last century, Kathmandu Durbar Square is a wondrous cluster of ancient temples, palaces, courtyards, and streets. Kumari, the living Goddess, the stone carved statue of ferocious Kal Bhairav, erotic carvings glorifying the artworks in the temples, the giant temple of the Goddess Taleju, and image of Shiva and Parvati peering outside through the window are just a few of the most noteworthy attractions in the area. One can’t help but admire the exceptionally attractive woodcarvings, statues, and buildings that are clustered in the area.

PM: Farewell dinner at a local Nepali restaurant with cultural program
Overnight at a hotel in Kathmandu (B, D)

Day 7

Breakfast at hotel

Free till departure and later, transfer to the International airport to connect the flight to onward destination.

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