Total Duration:15 Days.
Trip Grade: Easy.
Max Elevation:2100 Mtr.
Best Time:Whole Year. ( 365 Days of the Year )
Nepal Panorama Tour covers all the highlights of cultural, natural and historical sights of Nepal. The Kathmandu valley, the capital city is the political, commercial and cultural hub of Nepal. The valley embraces most of Nepals ethnic groups but Newars are the indigenous inhabitants and the creators of the valley’s splendid civilization. The city of Kathmandu attracted the tourists especially from the Asian countries for its silent Kathmandu Valleys (the World Heritage Site), snow clad mountain, ancient temples and colorful bazaars, Pashupatinath as one of most important religious site for Hindus, Boudhanath as one of the largest Stupas in South Asia, Swayambhunath is considered to be more than 2500 years old, Durbar Square the former residence of the king and many other attractions. Draged along the greatest heights of the Himalaya, Nepal is where the ice-cold of the mountains meets the steamy heat of the Indian plains. In the three great minikingdoms of the Kathmandu Valley-Kathmandu, Patan and Bhaktapur home to a world class artistic and architectural heritage.
Bandipur, Soak up the medieval atmosphere and the views in this living museum of Newari architecture
Nepal’s second city, at least in tourist terms, Pokhara is the end point for the famous Annapurna Circuit trek and the starting point for a dozen more treks through the mountains of the Annapurna Range. Imagine a perfect triangular mountain, capped by snow and buffeted by the icy winds of the Himalaya. Imagine a millpond calm lake, perfectly reflecting the snowy peaks. Now imagine a village of he lakeshore, thronged by travellers and reverberating to the sound of OM MANI PADME HUM from a hundred shops selling prayer flags, carpets, masks, singing bowls and CDs of Buddhist Mantras. That is Pokhara. Pokhara has numerous museums and there are some fascinating caves, waterfalls and Tibetan villages in the surrounding hills.
Tansen, Tour ancient temples, visit traditional villages and hike to hilltops with Himalayan views
Lumbini, Meditate on the nature of existence amidst a sea of monasteries at the birthplace of the Buddha
Chitwan National Park has long been regarded as Nepal’s third biggest attraction after trekking and the Kathmandu Valley. This huge and beautiful nature reserve protects 932 sq km of sal forest, water marshes and rippling grassland. The park is one of the last refuges of the endangered one-horned Indian rhino and there are sizeable populations of tigers, leopards and rare Gangetic dolphins.