Trip Facts

  • Trip Duration 10 Days
  • Availability Available
  • Minimum Pax 2 People
  • Group Size 12
  • Trip Difficulty Easy
  • Start/Ending Point Kathmandu/Kathmandu
  • Fitness Better

Trip Introduction

Date City Time Mode Details Meals
  13 MAR Hongkong  Kathmandu Nagarkot   22:05 KA 104
Meet assist, and transfer to Nagarkot. Check in at resort. OVERNIGHT: CLUB HIMALAYA RESORT. 


14 MAR


Pokhara Naudanda


14:00 14:30
Coach U4 609
Early morning mini hiking around Nagarkot. Breakfast at resort. After breakfast drive to Kathmandu on thewaysightseeing tour of Bhaktapur including Durbar square, Nyatapola temple etc. Continental lunch at Khwapa Chhen. After lunch, transfer to domestic airport for flight to Pokhara. Arrive Pokhara and drive to Naudanda. Arrive Naudanda and check in at Resort. Evening enjoy sunset view from Resort. Dinner at resort OVERNIGHT: HIMALAYAN DEURALI RESORT.
B: Resort  

L: khwapa chhen D: Resort

15 MAR



Early morning enjoy beautiful sunrise and himalayas from resort. Breakfast at resort. After breakfast, hiking to Kaskikot. (1hr) Continental lunch at Himalayan Deurali Resort . After lunch half day sightseeing tour of Pokhara city including International mountain museum, Fewa lake. Drive to hotel and check in at hotel. Enjoy sunset view and himalayas from hotel. Dinner at hotel. OVERNIGHT: THE POKHARA GRAND (Mt view)
B: Hotel

D: Hotel

16 MAR 


AM PM Coach

Early morning drive to Sarankot. Enjoy sunrise view from Sarankot & hiking for about 2 hr. Breakfast at Foredays restaurant. After breakfast drive to Tilhar. Arrive Tilhar and then hike to Pumdikot, Ranivan, and World Peace Pagoda. Continental lunch at Ranivan Retreat Resort. After lunch hike back to Phewa lake (hike for about 4 hours) and cross lake by boat. Arrive at lakeside and drive to hotel. Dinner at hotel. OVERNIGHT: THE POKHARA GRANDE (Mt view). B: foredays


17 MAR



14:55 15:25

U4 610
Breakfast at hotel. After breakfast, drive to Begnash lake area and hiking around Sundaridanda and view beautiful himalyas like Annapurna, Machhapuchhre, Lamjung & Manaslu.)About 2hrs.  (from 900m to 1000m) Continental/Italian lunch at local restaurant. After lunch, transfer to domestic airport for flight to Kathmandu. Arrive at Kathmandu, transfer to hotel and check in at hotel. Evening Nepalese dinner with cultural show. OVERNIGHTl: HOTEL YAK & YETI. B: Hotel
L: Café Italiano
D: Bhojan  Griha

18 MAR

Hong Kong


KA 103
OPTIONL EVEREST MOUNTAIN FLIGHT.  U4 200   0630/0710    KK20- OP BILL TO JAPAN Breakfast at hotel.  Hotel check out at 1200 hours After breakfast, half day sightseeing tour of  Patan city including Durbar Square, Krishna mandir) Makunouchi bento at Otafuku Restaurant. After lunch, half day sightseeing tour of Kathmandu city including Dubar Square,Kumari bahal , Hanuman dhoka, Swoyambhu nath stupa. After sightseeing visit Bhatbhateni Supermarket. Tibetan dinner at Hotel Ghangri. After dinner departure transfer to international airport for flight to HongKong.
B: Hotel L: Otafuku

D: Ghangri 

Trip Itinerary

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Day 1: Doha - Kathmandu - Nagarkot

As you fly into Kathmandu, you will get an aerial view of the Himalayan valleys and the crowded bustling city below. After you have checked out of the Tribhuvan International Airport, our representatives will pick you up in a private coach and drive you to Nagarkot where you will be staying in Club Himalaya

Day 2: Nagarkot

 Travelers from all over the world flock to Nepal just to see one of the tallest mountains in the world, Mt Everest which is why no trip to Nepal is complete without the Everest Mountain flights. This flight is best for people who are unable to trek to the Himalayas. It offers tourists with the opportunity to get a peek of the majestic Himalayan regions including Everest. The flight is an hour long and usually operates in the morning therefore breakfast will serve as early as 4am. 


After our flight, we drive back to Nagarkot and have our lunch at the hotel. We will then take a short hike around the hotel. Enjoy the quiet nature walk and soak in the freshness of nature and mountainous oxygen. If you want to hike more you can visit the Nagarkot Buddha Peace garden. You can see Kathmandu valley and the main attraction is the massive gold Buddha statue posing amidst the garden. 

Day 3: Nagarkot - Kathmandu - Gorkha

Our destination today will be Gorkha which is famous as the birthplace of Prithvi Narayan Shah. In 1769, Prithvi Narayan Shah united the several rival states in Nepal and created a kingdom that lasted centuries.  This is also the place that the Gurkha Battalion in the British Army began. With so much history, this town holds religious importance to Nepal. 

 In order to reach Gorkha, we will be taking a cable car by Manakamana Temple, another popular tourist spot in Nepal. The Manakamana Temple is a holy place that attracts devotees from all over the world who visit to be blessed, protected and have their wishes fulfilled. Manakamana means wishes and it is believed that Manakamana Devi, a goddess is said to grant the wishes of her worshippers and that’s why Nepalese and Indians visit this temple at least once in their lifetime. Manakamana stands at 1302 m and it takes 10-12 minutes cable car to reach the top. 

After our lunch at Manakamana café, we will begin our drive to Gorkha. It should take about 2 hours.

Day 4: Gorkha

Now that we are here at Gorkha, we will be exploring the town to learn more about the history and culture of this place. 

Gorkha Bazar is our first stop. It is basically a street market where people from neighboring hills come to trade. Our second stop is Royal Palace of Gorkha of Gorkha Durbar. This historical palace is regarded as an important pilgrimage to Newari architecture. The four storey high darbar sits atop a hill that overlooks the Trisuli Valley and offers stunning views of the peals of Manaslu and Ganesh Himal. The palace is also home to many smaller temples such as the Kalika temple that has wooden carving of peacocks, serpents and demons on every inch available. Non Hindus and priests cannot enter the temple but observe from the balcony.  You can take a taxi or walk up an exhausting 1500 steps to reach the palace. Our last stop will be at the Gorkha museum. The Gorkha museum contains all kinds of artifacts that were used in the King Prithvi’s unification of a single ruling kingdom which will gives a little idea on how it all happened. There are all kinds of traditional weapons that were used during the war such as spears, guns and cannons. You can also find traditional coins made of copper and gold that the king used to purchase the war machineries and weapons from foreign countries. You can also find some of the musical instruments used during festivals such as the madal and dholak . The collection is not as vast and the tour of the museum will only take an hour or so. 

Day 5: Gorkha - Bandipur - Pokhara

After breakfast we will set out for Bandipur. Bandipur is a beautifully preserved village of Newari culture. The cobblestoned streets of Bandipur are lined with traditional wooden newari buildings with bougainvillea flowing off their porch. Bandipur used to be an important stop on the India-Tibet trade route. The homes of these former traders have been reborn as guesthouses and cafes. Bandipur is ideal to explore on your own at your leisurely pace.

Once we finish our lunch we will begin our drive to Pokhara. The drive should take 3 hours and we will arrive in the afternoon. You can take a relaxing stroll around Phewa lake until dinner time. Phewa Taal is the second largest lake in Nepal and you will find many wooden boats that are great for a short tour around the lake. During clear weather, you will see the reflection of the Himalaya peaks on the lake surface. The lakeside is filled with cafes and restaurant to book shops and souvenir stores that are worth exploring. 

Day 6: Pokhara

The next morning we will begin by visiting the World Peace Pagoda. As the name suggest, it is truly peaceful and a perfect escape from the bustling city. The gleaming white stupa was constructed by the Japanese Buddhists is one of the 80 peace pagodas in the world. Perched on a hill which commands the best views of the Himalayan peaks as well as the Phewa lake making it a popular tourist destination. After exploring the stupa, we drive back to the hotel to have our breakfast and go on an Annapurna Mountain Flight. From the window seat, you will be able to witness the Himalayan peaks glaciers and the lakes of Pokhara. The flight is 30 minutes long. Our next activity is a short hike to Ramkot a traditional Magar village that has the last of the surviving thatched-roof houses. We will also be exploring the city of Pokhara by visiting tourist spots such as the Devi’s Falls. A rather unnatural phenomenon occurs here, the stream of Pardi vanishes underground. It was originally called David’s fall but somehow adapted to native tongue to become named Devi’s fall. There are stories surrounding the lake that a Swiss couple was swept away by the waters when the dam overflowed on Phewa lake.

Day 7: Pokhara-Kathmandu

We will begin the day early at 5 am and head on out to Naudanda. From Naudanda, you can catch the sunrise and the superb mountainous views. We will have a short tea break as well before we make our way to the hotel to have our breakfast and after which we will proceed to catch our flight to Kathmandu. After we arrive at Kathmandu, we enjoy our lunch at the Patan Museum Café before we begin to explore the Patan Durbar square. Patan Durbar square is a collection of ancient temples and palaces that boasts the architecture of the Newars. Within the palace is the Patan museum. The museums contain bronze and religious artifacts.  Kathmandu Durbar square, a UNESCO World Heritage Site is another popular attraction in Kathmandu Valley. It was named after Hanuman, the monkey god and has statues of Hanuman that is said to protect the palace by standing guard right at the entrance. At this location, you will also get to see the living goddess Kumari and various other temples like Kal Bharav and Taleju. Much of the square collapsed during the 2015 earthquake however reconstructions are happening and is said to continue for years.

Day 8: Kathmandu-Doha

 Today is your last day in Kathmandu. Instead of hopping around the city in a last minute frenzy to catch a glimpse of all the iconic places, we will head to one of the newer sightseeing spots which is the Chandragiri hill. But before we do that we catch an Everest mountain flight. Travellers from all over the world flock to Nepal just to see one of the tallest mountains in the world faster Everest, Mt Annapurna which is why no trip to Nepal is complete without the Annapurna Mountain flights. This flight is best for people who are unable to trek to the Himalayas. You will get to see Mt.Dhaulagiri, Mt. Machhapuchhre (Fishtail), Mt. Lamjung and Mt. Manaslu. It offers tourists the opportunity to get a peek of the majestic Annapurna range. The flight is half an hour long with a guaranteed window seat. After our flight, we will make our way to Chandragiri Hills. Chandragiri Hill stands at 2251 meters above sea level. You can reach top via a cable car ride. The whole ride takes around 20 minutes. As you are going up, you get an aerial view of the over populated Kathmandu Valley and the wilderness. We will lunch at one of the restaurants before we make our back to the city. For some last minute shopping, we will stop by at Bhatbhateni Supermarket before you depart Kathmandu. 

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