Nepal Photography Tour have designed for mountain and wildlife photography in Nepal. You will reach to the best photography places of Nepal like Kathmandu, Pokhara, Dhampus and Chitwan in 12 days photography tour in Nepal. The Himalayas of Nepal is famous for mountains landscapes, rich cultures and wildlife of Nepal. The trip also develops your photography skills. Our 12 days photography tour in Nepal is for both experience and inexperience photographers from all around the world. So, explore and photography of medieval kingdoms of Nepal to beautiful mountain villages in Annapurna, river rafting in Trisuli to wildlife photography in Chitwan National Park. Similarly, Nepal is a paradise for Photographers as you will get the best photography opportunity. For booking inquiry regarding Nepal Photography package, please email us at [email protected] and call or leave message on WhatsApp at +977 9851023742.
Tour Name: Nepal Photography Tour
Tour Duration: 12 Days
Tour Difficulty: Easy
Tour Season: All Year round
Trip Altitude: 1300m
Tour Cost: USD1150- USD1550
Group Size: 1 - 12 people.
Tour Package: Standard
Mode of Transfer: Bus/Car/Flight
Start/End of Tour: Kathmandu / Kathmandu
The 13 nights 14 days Photography tour in Nepal is an amazing and wonderful trip for photographers.
Nepal Photography Tour offers mountain flight, river rafting, short trek, jungle safari and cultural tour in Kathmandu and Pokhara includes an early morning arrival in Sarankot for the sunrise view. The trip moves at a relaxed yet steady pace to help you get the most out of your time. This tour goes from the bazaars and temples of Kathmandu to traditional villages, and then onto Pokhara, after which we will do a short trek to Dhampus and Landruk with unforgettable views of the Himalayas. Round out your journey to Chitwan National Park, famous for wildlife photography.
Nepal Photography holidays captures the landscapes, lifestyle and culture of Nepal. This is purely a photography tour with the guidance of a photo expert, catch the sunset over the Himalayas. Nepal is best on the earth for photography tour due to its diverse cultures, natures and the high Himalayas. If this is your first photography tour in Nepal and you have no idea what to expect and what to do in Nepal, we are happy to help you to make holidays awesome and amazing.
Nepal Photography tour is specializing in landscapes photography. We go beyond just capturing imagery as we guide you on a life-changing and inspiring experience along the way. Nepal photo tour explore the best of Nepal that includes Pokhara, Chitwan National Park, Kathmandu,Dhampus, Landruk and Sarankot.
Day 1: Arrive to Kathmandu
Arrival at Kathmandu airport, pickup by our representative and transfer to hotel, rest of time leisure.
Day 2: Everest Mountain Flight and Kathmandu Tour.
Before breakfast, take an early morning flight for 1-hour to see Mount Everest as well as Nepal's other mighty peaks. It's a spectacular flight that flies east along the Himalayan range to Mt. Everest and back. During the flight, look out the left hand side of the plane to see famous peaks such as Shisha Pangma ( 8,013 m), Cho-Oyu ( 8,201 m), Nuptse ( 7,855 m), and finally Everest (8,848 m), known as 'Sagarmatha' by Nepalese and 'Chomolungma' by Tibetans. After breakfast, full-day sightseeing tour of Pashupatinath, Boudhanath, Swyambhunath and Kathmandu Durbar Square. Overnight at the hotel.
Day 3: Kathmandu to Pokhara with Trishuli River Rafting(2 hours drive to rafting point, 3 hour rafting, 4 hour drive to Pokhara)
After breakfast, drive to Pokhara, Nepal's second-largest city along Phewa Lake. The drive follows the banks of the Trishuli River past traditional villages and terraced fields.En route, you'll stop for a 3-hour rafting trip. The river is quite safe and a great experience of rafting in Nepal. It has exciting rapids easy to moderate and impressive gorges. One of the best things about the Trishuli is that regardless of the season, it always offers a great ride. During the monsoon, you'll get high volume although safe waters, and in winter, the river turns more technical.You'll enjoy lunch en-route and continue drive to Pokhara. Once you arrive in Pokhara, you'll check in to your hotel; after, explore the lakeside and relax over dinner.
Day 4: Explore Pokhara
Today, you'll have a full day in Pokhara to relax and enjoy a variety of activities. You may want to explore the cafés and restaurants, go shopping, perhaps do something more adventurous like paragliding or mountain biking.
Day 5: Phedi to Dhampus (5,741 feet / 1,750 meters, 4 hours)
After breakfast, your guide will meet you at the hotel and you'll drive about half an hour to Suikhet Phedi, where you'll start the trek. From here, the trail ascends steeply, first through forest, then through gorgeous terraced paddy fields and again through the forest to the village of Dhampus. You'll spend the night here in a tea house out in the mountains of Nepal! From the tea house, you can see views of the snowy mountains of Machapuchare (the holy, unclimbed Mount Fishtail), Annapurna South, Lamjung Himal, and Annapurna III, if weather permits.
Day 6: Dhampus to Landruk (6,234 feet / 1,900 meters, 6 hours)
After breakfast, you'll trek up to the village of Pothana and on wards to Deurali through rhododendron and an orchid forest that holds a variety of bird species. From atop the ridge at Deurali, you'll have great views of the Himalaya, including Mt. Dhaulagiri, the highest mountain in this region. You'll have time to enjoy the views and a well-earned rest before you descend through forest to Tolka, a small beautiful Gurung village rich in culture. Lunch will be served en-route. You'll then proceed on to Beri Kharka and, from here, the trail descends through forest and villages to Landruk. You'll spend the night in a local tea house in this large Gurung village, which sits above the Modi River.
Day 7: Landruk to Nayapul (3,379 feet / 1,030 meters, 4 hours) and Drive to Pokhara(2 hours)
After breakfast, you'll descend along gentle paved trails through forest and terraced fields to Kimche and finally reaching Syauli Bazaar.From there, you'll follow the Modi Khola as you walk through lovely forests and terraces to Birethanti and on to Nayapul on the Pokhara-Baglung highway. From Nayapul, your vehicle will be waiting for your 2-hour drive back to Pokhara. After checking into your hotel, spend the rest of the day however you choose. You can relax after your trek or explore some of Pokhara's sites before heading out of dinner in one of the city's many great restaurants.
Day 8: Pokhara to Chitwan(150km,6 hours)
After breakfast, you will drive to the famous Terai region of Nepal. The landscape and culture are totally different from that which you have experienced so far and from the high, alpine regions of the Himalayan range. The name the ‘Terai’ refers to the extensive plains in the southern part of Nepal — this area is the most northern extension of the great Gangetic plains of India, land that was won and lost in decades of struggle and shares both Indian and Nepali characteristics and culture. You will drive through narrow winding gorges and deep river valleys past terraced fields tilled by generations of family members; you'll ultimately reach the vast plains and vibrant jungle of the Chitwan National Park in time for a late lunch. This is a stunning overland journey and you will be able to relax and take in the incredible views of this diverse country from the bus. You'll arrive in Chitwan in the early afternoon, after which you'll check into your resort and meet with a representative to go over the program for your time here.
Day 9: Explore Chitwan-Safari, Wildlife, and Relaxation
Today, choose from a variety of activities and take the day to relax and explore on your own. You can embark on a full day of jungle safari activities, spending time with Nepal’s majestic elephants in the dense jungle in search of wildlife and take a river safari in traditional carved-out wooden canoes to spot animals and birds along the river banks. Wildlife in Chitwan includes the greater one-horned rhinoceros, spotted deer, hog deer, sambar deer, and barking deer, as well as a wide variety of bird life. With luck, you can glimpse the leopard, sloth bear, and Royal Bengal tiger although it is very rare to spot a tiger these days, recent spotting have occurred.
Day 10: Chitwan to Kathmandu(180km, 7 hours)
After breakfast in Chitwan, you'll be transferred to Saurah bus station and will drive back to Kathmandu.In Kathmandu, you'll be transferred to your hotel and the rest of the day is yours. Explore the city's streets on foot, bicycle, or rickshaw, perhaps shopping for souvenirs and seeing anything you may have missed at the beginning of your trip.
Day 11: Kathmandu to Bhaktapur tour.
After breakfast, you'll drive about 14 km east of Kathmandu City to Bhaktapur, one of Kathmandu Valley's three cities. This ancient city is also known as Bhadgaun meaning "the city of devotees" and is the home of true medieval art and architecture in the valley. Enjoy lunch and people watch and one of the old squares in Bhaktapur; in the afternoon, take advantage of some free time to relax or explore. You'll then be transferred to your hotel for the night. Bhaktapur was founded in the 9th century and is shaped like a conch shell. Bhaktapur is the center of traditional Nepalese woodcarving, not only because of its famous carved peacock windows but also because of its museum devoted to the craft. This royal city stands out as a historically authentic, traditional community; it is essentially a living museum where farmers dry their harvest, potters turn their wheel and people go about their lives as they've done for centuries. Overnight stay in Kathmandu.
Day 12: 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.