Kathmandu Pokhara Panchase Tour is the best holidays of Nepal.The 14 days trip combines Panchase Trek with Kathmandu, Pokhara, Bandipur and Chitwan National Park Tour.These are the best places for the Himalayas views. Pokhara Panchase Bandipur Chitwan Tour is full of nature and culture which will bring you an incredible holidays experience. This Panchase Trekking Tour is suitable for travelers of all ages.This is a soft adventure trip in the Himalayas. We are a local pioneer tour company for Kathmandu Pokhara Panchase tour. Our itinerary is flexible and fully customize as per your needs and interest. For booking and any queries regarding this trip, please email us at [email protected] or call or message on whatsApp at + 977 9851023742.
Trip Name: Kathmandu Pokhara Panchase Tour
Trip Type: Group Tour
Trip Duration: 14 Days
Trip Difficulty: Moderate
Trip Season: All Season
Trip Altitude: 1300m
Trip Cost: USD 850-USD 1250
Group Size: 01 - 12 people
Mode of Transfer: Car/Hiace/Coster
Start/End of Trip: Kathmandu
The 13 nights/14 days Kathmandu Pokhara Chitwan Tour with short Panchase Trek Annapurna Nepal.
Kathmandu Pokhara Panchase Tour fills up with numerous wonderful elements that you will remember forever. High mountains, deep valleys, unique culture, temples, palaces, monasteries, villages and a lot more with local hospitality.This is a well prepared itinerary that fit your needs.
If you are thinking of planning a great holidays in Nepal, then this is the right package for you. We have used all our travel knowledge into this ultimate 14 days Nepal itinerary.This will take you from Kathmandu to Pokhara, Panchase and Chitwan. The 14 days is the perfect amount of time to enjoy the diversity of landscapes, people and the culture.
Panchase Trekking Tour is a family friendly tour. We also call this tour, the best of Nepal tour. This Nepal tour itinerary includes heritage, culture and adventure with short trek to Panchase. You will have a plenty of time to experience a wide range of cultural attractions. The culture is no confine to what you find in a museum, it extends to the hills, the homes of mountain people.
Pokhara is a Shangri La of Nepal and also the gateway to Annapurna trek region. The pristine air, the spectacular backdrop of the snowy peaks of the Annapurna Range and the serene Phewa, Begnas and Rupa Lakes, makes this destination ‘the Jewel of the Himalaya’. Pokhara is home to exceptionally warm and engaging people. Also, the starting point of many short and long treks to Annapurna Himalayas which dominates the skyline.
Day 1: Arrive in Kathmandu
You’ll be picked up at the airport and taken to your hotel where you can drop off your bags and get settled. Depending on when you arrive in Kathmandu, there may be time for sightseeing before heading to one of our recommended restaurants for your first meal in Nepal.
Day 2: Sightseeing around Kathmandu
Breakfast and day tour of Pashupati, Boudha, Swoyambhu and Kathmandu durbar square. Swayambhunath also known as the Monkey Temple, this is a very old religious site, this Buddhist complex has an iconic stupa, temples and many shrines. Boudhanath - Located about 11 km from the center and northeastern outskirts of Kathmandu, this Buddhist stupa's massive mandala makes it one of the largest stupa’s not only in Nepal, but the world. Pashupatinath - visit this famous and sacred Hindu temple just before sunset as dusk is the perfect time to soak in its spirituality. Pashupatinath has been a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1979 and it’s here you can witness Hindu cremation along the sacred banks of the Bagmati river and Sadhu’s, Hindu holy men performing their religious daily duties.Kathmandu Durbar Square is also a must to visit Durbar Square where the city’s kings were once crowned and legitimized. The square remains the traditional heart of the old town but it sadly bore the brunt of Kathmandu's 2015 earthquake damage. Half a dozen temples collapsed, but it still remains a fabulous complex.
Day 3: Kathmandu to Bhaktapur and Patan Tour
Breakast, and day tour of Bhaktapur and Patan. Bhaktapur which has three major squares full of towering temples that comprise some of the finest religious architecture in the country. Cultural life is also proudly on display here and it’s another perfect place to ‘get lost’ along narrow winding alleyways whilst witnessing artisans weaving cloth and chiseling timber. There are plenty of roof top restaurants which are the perfect places to see Bhaktapur in all of it’s glory. Patan unlike most of the other cities in Nepal has the majority of the Buddhist population. The Patan city has more than 136 Buddhist monasteries and only 50 Hindu temples. Patan Durbar Square is famous for the south Indian style, Krishna temple, the sunken bath, the tall temple of Taleju and the golden temple. Patan Durbar Square is also famous for carvings done in metal, wood, and stone.
Day 4: Kathmandu to Pokhara
Breakfast and either drive or fly to Pokhara, the beautiful nature city of lake, green hills and mountains. Walk around lakeside in Pokhara. Stay night at hotel in Kathmandu.
Day 5: Trek to Bhadarue (1520 meters, 11km, 5 hours)
Start the day by taking a short ride to Kade and hiking up to Bhadaure Village. From here you have beautiful views across the Annapurna Himalaya. The overnight stay at Bhadaure will allow you to learn about the local Gurung and Brahman people, and understand village and mountain life in Nepal.
Day 6: Bhadaure to Panchase Bhanjyang (2065 meters, 12km, 5 hours)
Today’s hike will take you through forests with a rich variety of trees and bird life. In the spring you will likely see the pink, red and purple blooms of rhododendron flowers, Nepal’s national flower. The Annapurna range will be visible through clearings in the forest, including three of the highest mountains in the world: Annapurna I, Dhaulagiri, and Manaslu. After arriving in the village of Panchase Bhanjyang, a Jeep will take you back to Pokhara.
Day 7: Panchase to Pokhara(950m, 16 km, 6 hours)
Enjoy sunrise at Panchase and the Himalayan range of Dhaulagiri, Manalsu, Annapurna and Fishtail, and trek down to Ghatchhina for 5 hours and drive back to Pokhara. Free in the afternoon and stay night at hotel in Pokhara.
Day 8: Pokhara to Bandipur(2100m, 60km, 4 hours)
Bandipur is about three hours’ drive east of Pokhara. It is a small town perched high on a ridge, at 1030 meters. As the center of the town is pedestrianized, you can walk among the red-brick temples and traditional old homes without the same stress of traffic as in Kathmandu. Bandipur used to be an important center of garment manufacturing, and was a trading stop along the India-Tibet route. Stay at The Old Inn Bandipur, a renovated red-brick Newari town house with lots of little homely touches.
Day 9: Explore Bandipur
Bandipur is a lovely place to relax on a sunny terrace with mountain views and read a book. But if you’re up for something a bit more active, there are some short walks you can take near the town. You can even visit the Siddha Gufa Caves, by following a forest track. Just make sure to take your own flashlight and also a good idea expore the Ramkot Magar village.
Day 10: Bandipur to Chitwan National Park
Breakfast and drive to Chitwan National Park for jungle safari and wildlife tour for 5 hours. Arrive in Chitwan at your jungle lodge, and take a village tour visit local Tharu people, an ethnic group indigenous to the Chitwan area, and witness their daily way of life.
Day 11: Explore Chitwan National Park
Today after breakfast, you’ll have a full day at Chitwan National Park, which has been declared by the UNESCO as a World Heritage Site. Jungle safari tour including an elephant safari, a nature walk, bird watching, and a canoe trip. You may even take a bath with an elephant and learn how to wash your elephant.
Day 12: Chitwan to Kathmandu(160 km,6 hours, 1300m)
Wake up in the morning, bird watching tour, breakfast and drive back to Kathmandu.
Day 13: Kathmandu Leisure Day
Leisure in Kathmandu on your own, and it is also possible early morning 1 hours Everest Mountain Flight before breakfast. Stay night at hotel in Kathmandu.
Day 14: Kathmandu Airport
It's time to say goodbye to Nepal. Enjoy your last moments in Kathmandu with breakfast in a cafe, a final stroll through the narrow alleys and temples, and some souvenir shopping. A driver will be waiting for you at your hotel to take you to the airport for your return flight home. It's best to be at the airport at least three hours prior to departure.