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Classic Nepal with Wildlife


Nepal is not just about Mt. Everest and Himalayan treks. For the first-time visitor, the culture and customs of Nepal can be an overwhelming experience. The reverence that Nepalese have for their lakes, mountains, and glaciers, their various elaborate rituals and the numerous temples everywhere you go give Nepal an aura of mysticism and spirituality. 

Nepal has been inhabited for a long time, and written records provide proof at least dating to the 7th century BC. Various dynasties like the Mallas, Lichchavis, Kirats, and Thakuris ruled Nepal at different points in time and accordingly influenced its culture and architecture. The predominant religions have mostly remained Hindu and Buddhism and hence the huge number of Hindu temples and monasteries. 

Being a valley nestled between high mountain peaks from all sides, Nepal has mostly preserved its natural ecosystem providing a haven to Himalayan flora and fauna to flourish. 

Trip Highlights

  • Temples and Stupas of Nepal will make you feel at peace
  • Visit local markets, towns, and districts to take a peek into Nepal’s culture
  • Engage in a multitude of jungle activities
  • Witness stunning sunrises and sunsets
  • Relax around rivers and lakes, or take a boat trip


Welcome to Kathmandu, Nepal! Upon arrival, our Wild Voyager representative will greet you and transfer you to your accommodation. You'll be welcomed to a hotel and be briefed about the subsequent tours.

Begin your quest of Kathmandu Valley from the Ason Tole Vegetable & Spice Market. Discover Kathmandu's courtyards  and well maintained narrow streets. Continue your trip to Kathmandu Durbar Square where you may observe the Kumari Temple, home of the Goddess. Have an outside perspective of Kala Bhairav and Taleju Temple. Step to get a panoramic view from the Kathmandu Valley all the way to the Temple of Swayambhunath - a stupa at the top of the mountain. Afterward, visit Patan City (approximately 15 minutes' driving) to the Patan Durbar Square - one of the three famous Durbar Squares in the Kathmandu Valley.

  • Visit Ason Tole Vegetable and Spice Market
  • Explore the energetic culture of Kathmandu and participate with locals
  • Kathmandu Durbar Square
  • Kumari Temple
  • Swayambhunath Temple
  • Patan Durbar Square

Following breakfast, visit Boudhanath Stupa and Pashupatinath Temple. In the day, you'll be escorted to Bhaktapur City in which you may find one of those seven UNESCO's World Heritage Sites of the Kathmandu Valley, Bhaktapur Durbar Square. Afterward, continue sightseeing in the Kathmandu Valley. You can choose to do a little shopping around the Thamel roads in the day.


  • Boudhanath Stupa
  • Pashupatinath Temple
  • Bhaktapur City, the home of a UNESCO World Heritage Site - Bhaktapur Durbar Square
  • Changu Narayan Temple
  • Continue to Kathmandu Valley
  • Shop for merchandise and souvenirs in the Thamel roads

You will be driven by vehicle to Chitwan which takes about 4 -5 hours. The imperial Chitwan National Park is 158.6 kilometers South-West of Kathmandu. It's famed for the variety of wildlife notably also the Royal Bengal Tiger and the fantastic Indian One-horned Rhinoceros. After arrival, you will be given a brief introduction to the Chitwan program by your guide. Begin your jungle activities based on this program, such as the jungle safari and canoe rides.


  • Visit Chitwan National Park
  • Come across endangered species like the Royal Bengal Tiger, and the Indian One-horned Rhinoceros
  • Engage in different jungle activities
  • Jungle Safari
  • Canoe Rides
  • Sunset at Chitwan National Park

Today we continue to explore the wildlife at Chitwan National Park. Engage in jungle activities, try to see the Royal Bengal Tiger and other wildlife once again in their natural habitat and do some bird watching in the jungle trees. 


    • Come across endangered species like the Royal Bengal Tiger, and the Indian One-horned Rhinoceros
    • Engage in different jungle activities


  • Jungle Safari


  • Canoe Rides
  • Sunset at Chitwan National Park

After breakfast, we now drive to Pokhara which takes approx. 5-6 hrs. En-route, we pay a visit to a Newari cultural memorial and a hilltop settlement in Tanahun District. This city has fine samples of Nepali architecture, in addition to little cafes, stores, and temples. Upon your arrival in Pokhara, you can spend some leisure time and check into your hotel.

  • Transfer to Pokhara, Nepal
  • Experience Newari culture
  • Visit hilltop settlement in Tanahun District, and enjoy the culture of the town

●       Visit hilltop settlement in Tanahu District, and enjoy the cultural features of the town

You will have a complete day tour of Pokhara, Nepal today. Surrounded from the mountain scenery of the Annapurna Range and laid out along with a lake, Pokhara is a heaven of leisure and adventure. Have a private boat trip to enjoy the charm and serenity of Phewa Lake. Ascend to World Peace Pagoda, that offers a view of Phewa Lake and Pokhara Lake. Proceed to Gupteshwor Mahadev Cave Devi's Fall, and the International Mountain Museum.

  • Boat trip across Phewa Lake
  • World Peace Pagoda, offering a beautiful view of Phewa and Pokhara Lake
  • Gupteshwor Mahadev Cave, Devi’s Fall, and International Mountain Museum

Start your trip earlier today so you can view the beautiful sunrise on your way to Sarangkot. Rush to one of the cozy cafes around the mountain, unwind and revel in the sunrise. Fly back to Kathmandu, choose a day walk around Thamel District - a paradise for tourists visiting the city including its streets. Continue to cover a trip to a neoclassical garden in a design inspired by the Edwardian.

  • Sarangkot Sunrise
  • Fly to Kathmandu
  • Thamel District

Bid farewell! Our representative will escort you to the airport in time for your flight.


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