The elaborate palaces, courtyards, and temples built by the kings of the Malla dynasty are gathered together in central squares of the valley towns of Kathmandu, Patan, and Bhaktapur.
Chitwan National Park is the finest, well preserved park where the jungle activities amuse any couple in the lowland of southern Nepal.This is a home to a number of endangered species such as The Royal Bengal Tiger, One-horned rhinoceros, Gharial, Leopards and Sloth bears. It includes hilly areas of the Siwalik-Himalayan range, covered by deciduous sal forest and is carpeted with grass, savannah and riverine vegetation. The park is a paradise for the bird watchers with over 450 species recorded.
Gorkha is the historical landmark, the ancient seat of shah dynasty and a worth visiting hilly region to know the reality of countryside in Nepal. You do not have to worry to hike up 1700 steps, as there is well pitched road near to the temple. The well chiseled stone wall and the step, the scene of precipitous rock on the slope and the mesmerizing valley view of Daraundi valley from the top in the south and the Manaslu range in the north entice everyone. The Kalika temples, Guru Gorakhnath’s cave, Dhuni Pani, Tallo Durbar are the main attraction in Gorkha.
Day 01:Arrival in Kathmandu (1,350 m), and Transfer to the Hotel
Day 02:Sightseeing at Kathmandu. Overnight stay at Kathmandu
Day 03:Sightseeing in Patan and Bhaktapur Durbar Square
Day 04:Drive from Kathmandu to Chitwan, 4 hours. Overnight at Chitwan
Day 05:Activities like elephant ride, jungle safari, canoe ride, village tour& cultural show
Day 06:Drive from Chitwan to Gorkha, 3 hours. Overnight at Gorkha
Day 07:Exploration day at Gorkha Bazaar and hike to Palace and Gorakhnath cave
Day 08:Drive back from Gorkha to Kathmandu
Day 09:Transfer to the Airport
Day 01Arrival in Kathmandu (1,350 m), and Transfer to the HotelUpon your arrival at Tribhuvan International Airport, our representative from Himkala Adventure greets you and transfers you to the hotel. After you get refreshed, you could visit the touristic markets of Thamel. Overnight at Kathmandu
Day 02Sightseeing at Kathmandu. Overnight stay at Kathmandu After breakfast, we visit four main places listed in UNESCO World Heritage Sites named Swoyambhunath, Kathmandu Durbar Square, Boudhanath and Pashupatinath Temple. Swoyambhu is a power point for the Bajrayana Buddhism followers. This is 3 km west from Thamel, perched in the conical shaped hill, 77 m from the ground level. This is lovingly called ‘The Monkey Temple’. There are about 460 monkeys around the hill of rhesus macaques. The great stupa built in 6th Century with its Buddha eyes painted on all four sides look majestic. All the visitors circumambulate around the stupa clockwise. The Harati temple and the daily ritual activities performed by parents for the sake of their childrens’ good health seem eye-catching. We drive to Kathmandu Durbar Square to see many Hindu Temples, Courtyards, Kumari house, Basantapur Souvenir Square, Nasal Chowk, Taleju Temple, Stone Inscription and others. Then we proceed to Boudhanath, the great stupa, built in 5th century in mandala, an esoteric geometric figure. This is Nepali architecture but it has more Tibetan influence after the Tibetans exiled from Tibet after 1959. The fourth place is Pashupatinath Temple, the Hindu temple which is spread over 264 hectors of land. This site has included main Shiva temple, the house for destitute people, Shivalayas with phallic symbols, the Bagmati River, known as the holy river like Ganges in India, forest, houses for sadhus, Vedas School, cremation spot etc. One can get the notion of life and death here. After this, we return back to hotel. Overnight at Kathmandu
Day 03Sightseeing in Patan and Bhaktapur Durbar Square After breakfast, we drive to Patan Durbar Square, 6 km far from Thamel. Patan, the other name Lalitpur is the name of district, means ‘the city of fine arts’. Patan boasts with its great artisans. The metal work is very famous made here. Patan is in wheel shape dwelled by Newari people but more Buddhists than in Kathmandu. The malla king Siddhi Narasingha Malla had contributed a lot for the Square. There are three main chowks and other Hindu temples. The Krishna temple among them is fascinating due to the stone carving and the engravings in the foyer. We can visit Bunglamukhi temple and Golden temple about 15 monutes walk south from the Durbar Square. Then we drive to Bhaktapur, which is about 8 km from Patan. We begin our sightseeing from Dattraya Square where there are two museums of bronze and wood crafts. Pujari Math is significant with its wooden work with intricate craftsmanship. The peacock windows are great to see. Then after the unique architecture of Dattatraya, we come to Taumadhi Square. The Nyatapole Temple and Shiva Temple are worth visiting. Pottery Square nearby has shows the traditional way of making clay pots with the spinning wheels and the row of clay pots kept drying in the sun. Finally we visit Bhaktapur Durbar Square, Fifty five windows palace, The Golden Gate, Bhaktapur Museum and return back to hotel. Overnight at Kathmandu
Day 04Drive from Kathmandu to Chitwan, 4 hours. Overnight at Chitwan After breakfast, we drive from Kathmandu to Chitwan to experience the jungle activities. Chitwan is 165 km from Kathmandu. It is about 4-5 hours drive from Kathmandu through countryside following Trishuli River and Narayani River. The hill, terraced farmlands, the rural life style, the country folking working in the fields, The rafters rafting in the rivers are some glimpses of the tour to the scenic drive on the way. After we reach to hotel, we are welcomed and give briefing about the program. They offer the good service in the package program. Overnight at Chitwan
Day 05Activities like elephant ride, jungle safari, canoe ride, village tour& cultural show Sauraha, where we enjoy the elephant riding inside the Chitwan National Park, do jungle walk, go for village tour, See the way of living of Tharu Community, their culture and watch Tharu Cultural Show, do canoeing, visit Elephant Breeding Center and enjoy the jeep drive deep inside the forest. Overnight at Chitwan
Day 06Drive from Chitwan to Gorkha, 3 hours. Overnight at Gorkha After breakfast, we drive from Chitwan, Sauraha to Gorkha. It is 105 km and takes about 3 hours. While coming from Sauraha, we get left turn from Mugling to Gorkha and right turn from Aabu Khaireni. Gorkha is the hilly region and the city is on the slope. After doing check in hotel, you could take rest and walk around the Gorkha Bazaar in the evening. Overnight at Gorkha
Day 07Exploration day at Gorkha Bazaar and hike to Palace and Gorakhnath cave Gorkha is a cradle of a nation and the ancestral home of the Shah dynasty. The Durbar and environs could easiy soak up a day, and hikes around around.The climb repays itself with more than history: set on the ridge crest, the Durbar commands a sweeping view of the Himalaya from Dhaulagiri to Ganesh Himal, with Bouddha and Himalchuli of Manaslu Himal. The Kalika temple, the most revered shrine, the fortress and the palace on the top are amazingly built with the carved stone stairways. There is a cave of Gorakhnath Baba who gave Gorkha its name and is regarded as a kind of guardian angel by the Shah kings., We descend down to hotel. Overnight at Gorkha
Day 08Drive back from Gorkha to Kathmandu After breakfast, we drive back to Kathmandu by the same Prithivi Highway. The drive with natural scene of hills, forests, village houses, the country folks, streams and Rivers are enjoyable. After we arrive in Kathmandu, We do check in at hotel and take a rest. Overnight at Kathmandu
Day 09Transfer to the Airport Your trip ‘Fun in Nature Honeymoon Tour’ ends with many unforgettable and happiest moments. We depart you in the airport 3 hours before your scheduled flight. If you would think you have enough time for shopping, we can help you visit bustling local markets where you could buy some dainty gifts for your family, friends and relatives. Finally we leave you in the airport and say bye, wishing happy journey to the next destination. Namaste!!!