Day 1: Arrival Kathmandu
Upon your arrival in Kathmandu, our representative will meet you at the airport and transfer you to hotel. Check in to the Hotel and after a short break we will start a short briefing of your tour. You can enjoy your leisure time during afternoon at your hotel or come out for walk around the Kathmandu Durbar Square. In the evening we will serve you some typical Nepali dinner with folk dance performances in a local restaurant. You will get ample of time appreciating the time with your partner.
Day 2: Kathmandu Sightseeing tour places
On the first and second days of your tour we will take you to some of the most amazing culture heritages in Kathmandu valley, among them seven are enlisted in UNESCO World Heritage Site
KATHMANDU DURBAR SQUARE
Durbar mean Palaces. At Basantapur, in the heart of old city Kathmandu, there lie some amazing heritages resembling the legends of past 5 or 6 centuries. There are around 50 temples in the vicinity including the temple Taleju Bhawani which was brought from Indian continent by Mallas with them in around 9th Century. The Durbar is divided into two courtyards, the outer comprising Kasthamandap, Kumari Ghar, and Shiva-Parvati Temple, and the inner consisting of Hanuman Dhoka and the main palace. Important ceremonies, including the coronation of the Nepali monarch, are held in the Kathmandu Durbar Square.
Although some of the buildings were affected or got collapsed by the major earthquake on 25 April 2015, renovation works are still on progress on those affected, there still are many buildings and temples standing erect.
Swayambhu, a temple standing atop a small hill at the north-western part of Kathmandu valley, means ‘Self-Existent One.’ Swoyambhunath is believed to have been established more than 2,500 years ago. An inscription dated 460 A.D. states that the construction was carried out by King Manadeva. By the thirteenth century Swoyambhunath had itself developed into an important Buddhist learning site. The history of Kathmandu Valley is said to have started with the beginning of Swoyambhu. The largest image of the Sakyamuni Buddha in Nepal is in a monastery next to the Stupa. Behind the hilltop is a temple dedicated to Manjusri of Saraswati – the goddess of learning. Statues and shrines of Buddhist and Hindu deities dot the Stupa complex. Large numbers of Buddhists and Hindus alike visit Swoyambhunath. Swoyambhu is perhaps the best place to observe the religious harmony in Nepal.
Pashupatinath is one of the four most important religious sites in Asia for Shiva devotees. Pashupatinath, dedicated to Shiva ‘the Destroyer’, is the holiest Hindu pilgrimage destination in Nepal. Although the Pashupatinath Temple was only built in the fifth century and later renovated by Malla kings, the holy site is said to have existed from the beginning of the millennium. A gold-plated roof, four silver doors, and wood carvings of the finest quality decorate the pagoda temple of Pashupatinath. Temples dedicated to several other Hindu and Buddhist deities surround the temple of Pashupatinath. Behind the temple is the River Bagmati. On the banks of Bagmati are raised platforms used as cremation sites for Hindus. Pashupatinath, in a limited sense, literally means the Lord of the Animals. But animal is also a term that denotes the animal like instincts in human beings.
Bouddhanath is the centre of Tibetan culture in Nepal. The 36-meter-high Stupa of Bouddhanath is one of the largest stupas in South Asia. Bouddhanath Stupa was renovated by Licchhavi rulers in the eighth century. The Mandala design in Bouddhanath is a copy of the one in Gyangtse in Tibet. The Stupa is located in the area of ancient trade route to Tibet
PATAN DURBAR SQUARE
Patan Durbar Square another royal palace complex of the then Malla Kings during 17th century is situated in the centre of Patan city. This was taken as the youngest Kingdom. The Square and its surroundings provide very good example of ancient Newari architecture. Patan City is taken as Buddhist city and can be seen many Buddhist shrines, stupas, monasteries etc. The palace has three main courtyards the central and the oldest is Mul Chowk. To the west of the complex are a dozen free standing temples of various sizes and styles. Krishna Mandir, the temple widely worshipped on Krishna’s Birthday, Bhimsen Mandir, the Golden Temple of Hiranya Varna Mahavira and Sundari Chowk ( the bathing complex of the then Malla King’s ) mark the architectural excellence of its era. The Sundari Chowk with the sunken bath of Tusha Hiti, contains exquisite woodcarvings, stone, and metal sculpture. Patan Durbar Square also houses a temple of Taleju Bhawani. In this complex, there is amazing museum of art where the collection of Hinduism and Buddhism are displayed.
Day 3: Kathmandu to Nagarkot (2175m)
This blemish provides an outstanding view of the sunset and Mount Everest can be seen in a clear day. We will wake you up early morning for sunrise view. The sun will rise slowly light up the mountain peaks. The Himalayas from Kanchenjunga, Everest, Langtang, Ganesh Himal and Manaslu ranges will change in golden color. After having breakfast we’ll come back to Kathmandu via Bhaktapur City. We take you to Bhaktapur Durbar Square, a conglomeration of pagoda and shikhara – styled temples grouped around the ancient Fifty-Five-Window Palace The square is one of the most charming spots in the valley as it highlights the ancient of the kings perched on top of stone monoliths, the guardian deities looking out from their sanctuaries and the wood carvings all seem to form a well orchestrate symphony.
Day 4: Nagarkot – Pokhara
Phewa lake, the most famous lake in the country, roughly measuring 1.5 km by 4 km, is the middle of all attractions in Pokhara. The charming lake is a pure play area. Brilliantly painted wooden vessels and sailboats could be leased on sensible cost around lakeside. The eastern shoreline of the lake, prominently known as Lakeside or Baidam, comprises of apparently interminable segment of hotels, restaurants, bookshops and trinket shops. One of the entrancing parts of lakeside is the amazing perspective of the mountains, particularly when the still water reflects the tops, making a twofold picture. This is one of the pleasant places to fall in love with your partner, more than ever.
Day 5: Pokhara Sightseeing tour places
Pokhara has a lot to offer in this honeymoon tour.
This is the most vital religious landmark in Pokhara. Constructed practically amidst Phewa lake, the two storied pagoda is devoted to the hog appearance of Ajima, the protectress god speaking to the female power Shakti. Lovers could be seen, particularly on Saturdays, convey male creatures and fowl over the lake to be relinquished to the divinity.
World Peace Pagoda
The pagoda is a monstrous Buddhist stupa and is arranged on top of a slope on the southern shore of Phewa lake. Other than being an amazing sight in itself, the sanctum is an incredible vantage point which offers breathtaking perspectives of the Annapurna range and Pokhara city. You can get there by intersection the lake by watercraft and afterward climbing up the slope.
Seti Gandaki (River Gorge)
Streaming directly through the city, the tumultuous stream runs totally underground at spots. Amazingly, at specific focuses the waterway shows up barely two meters wide. Be that as it may its profundity is past creative ability – in excess of 20 meters! Mahendra Pul, a little extension close to the old Mission Hospital, gives an impeccable perspective of the waterway’s horrendous hurry and the profound chasm made by its effective stream.
Mainly known as Patale Chhango (Hell’s Fall), Devi’s fall (otherwise called Devin’s or David’s) is a wonderful waterfall lying about 2 km south-west of Pokhara air terminal on the expressway to Tansen. An intriguing current legend says that a nonnative named David was skinnydipping in the Pardi Khola (waterway) when the conduits of the dam were opened, clearing him into an underground section underneath the fall, never to be seen again.
Gupteswar Gupha (hole)
Gupteswar Gupha, a sacrosanct hollow, lies 2 km from Pokhara airplane terminal on the Siddhartha Highway heading southwest from the city. The doorway is right crosswise over from Devi’s Fall and the hole is just about 3 km long. It has some enormous corridor size rooms and a few sections where you need to slither on all fours. This hole holds extraordinary worth for Hindus since a phallic image of Lord Shiva is protected here in the condition it was ran across. An extra charge of Rs. 5 is charged and taking pictures inside the hollow is denied.
Mahendra Gupha (hole)
Mahendra Gufa, provincially called Chamero Odhaar (“House of Bats”), is the huge limestone hole. Shepherd young men are said to have found it around 1950. A two hour stroll to the north of Pokhara, it is best to bring your light to see the stalactites and stalagmites, albeit a large portion of them have been trucked out by keepsake seekers.
Day 6: Pokhara – Chitwan
Drive to Royal Chitwan National Park, your destination for wildlife viewing. Transfer to the Lodge followed by refreshments and a briefing about the afternoon programs and activities schedule. Some of the possible activities like nature walk, Tharu village visit, Museum will be conducted on this day
Day 7: Full day activities in Chitwan
After having morning tea one an half hours ride Elephant and encounter with different wild animals such as one horn rhino, hunting deer braking deer, wild boar. if you are traveling in spring there will be chance to see tiger. Back to hotel for Breakfast. After that Again Jungle walk but on foot and Boating Back to hotel for Lunch. In the afternoon we will do Elephant bath or Elephant bleeding center. During our Jungle program English speaking nature guide leads you during the program.
Day 8: Chitwan to Kathmandu
After breakfast go for bird-watching tour and we will leave to kathmandu Earth famous natural town in the world. leisure day in Kathmandu we will look around Thamel for shopping and Welcome or farewell dinner in Kathmandu at a cultural restaurant our programme tours ends.
Day 9: Departure from Kathmandu
Hope you had a great Honeymoon Memories. We hope you will join our company for another trip in the future.
Farewell and have a safe ride to your home.