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PriceFor Single Starting from US$910, For Two: US$595

Fully Enjoy the 2 Largest Towns of Nepal
in a 4 Days, 3 Nights Tour

Tour the circuit of World Heritage Sites in the ancient city of Kathmandu then travel to Pokhara the observatory of the Himalayas! Visit the sites that embody the spirit of Nepal in this tour if you have a little more time to spend in the area. Optional tours to participate in "Everest Mountain Flight" can also be arranged!

  • The view of Lake Fewa from World Peace Pagoda. (Raniban)
  • The Sarangkot Hill offers views of the Annapurna Mountain Range
  • The lakeshore restaurants and hotels in Pokhara
  • It`s Fun to stroll along the jam packed souvenir shops in Thamel
  • Traditional lifestyle still active along the streets in Bhaktapur.
  • View from above Pashupatinath

日程 Schedule

  Place Itinerary

Starting from Kanthmandu travel to Pokhara (Sarangkot Hill)

Our guide and driver will meet you at a predesignated location in Kathmandu Valley. Transfer to a Tourist bus center and heard to Pokhara in a 7 hour bus journey.
At the tourist bus center, the guide in Pokhara will meet you and from there you will watch the sunset from Sarangkot Hill. Enjoy the amazing panoramic view of the Annapurna Mountain Range.
(In the Plan B Luxury Package, you can take a 30 minute domestic flight)

Overnight: Pokhara | Meal Provided: Dinner

Travel from Pokhara (Raniban) to Kathmandu

Start your trip towards Raniban in the early morning. Make a short 20-minute hike to the World Peace Stupa to watch the sunrise with the stunning landscape. Continue walking to the world peace stupa and great viewpoints for Phewa lake and Pokhara below. Then from there go sightseeing to Gupteshwor Mahadev Cave.
From there travel directly to the Airport to take a domestic flight to Kathmandu.
The guide will pick you up from the airport for a famous "Himalayan Soba" lunch.
For the rest of the afternoon, enjoy a tour of the other World Heritage Sites of Kathmandu Valley. Visit Swayambhunath Stupa, which is the most sacred Tibetan styled Buddhist Temple; Continue to Kathmandu's Durbar Square to visit the historic castle area once used by the ruling kings of Nepal. See the Kumari Bahal, nearby temples castle grounds and continue to Thamel area, filled by foreigners from around the world. In the evening enjoy a delicious local dinner of Gyakok.

Overnight: Kathmandu | Meals Provided: Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner


Travel from Kathmandu (Patan) to Bhaktapur

Travel from Patan to Bhaktapur (about 30 mins) by private car, to the third-largest city in Kathmandu where the beautiful historic Newar architecture lines the streets. Then just outside of Patan,visit Pashupatinath which is Nepal's largest Hindu temple, and then visit the largest Buddhist Stupa Boudhanath. Lunch will be at New Café Nyatapola where you can enjoy the traditional Newari style of architecture with great views of the city. In the evening enjoy a traditional Nepali dinner and watch traditional folk dancing performance.

Overnight: Kathmandu | Meals Provided: Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner


According to your flight time, the guide and car will come pick you up for the Airport.
(Optional Tour)
In the morning, experience an adventurous Everest Mountain Flight which we can arrange for you!

Meal Provided: Breakfast

料金 Price01/SEP/2019~31/AUG/2020

Plan A. Budget Plan Using the Tourist Bus for travel

●One person : US$910
(using a sedan type car, single room) ●Two people : US$595
(using a sedan type car, twin room)※Single room supplement: US$75
[Price includes]
English speaking guide in Kathmandu and Pokhara; private vehicle & driver (Raniban requires a special vehicle to handle mountain terrain); entrance fees for sites mentioned on the itinerary; lodging and service fees; 8 meals (3B, 2 L, 3D); bus ticket fees for Pokhara; domestic flight to return to Kathmandu; and other taxes
[Price excludes]
Tips to the guide and driver and personal expenses like drinks; snacks or communication fees; etc

Plan B. Luxury Plan (Using domestic flights to and from Pokhara)

●One person : US$1260
(using a sedan type car, single room) ●Two people : US$835
(using a sedan type car, twin room)※Single room supplement: US$180
[Price includes]
English speaking guide in Kathmandu and Pokhara; private vehicle & driver (Raniban requires a special vehicle to handle mountain terrain); entrance fees for sites mentioned on the itinerary; lodging and service fees; 8 meals (3B, 2 L, 3D); domestic flight round trip to Pokhara; and other taxes
[Price excludes]
Tips to the guide and driver and personal expenses like drinks; snacks or communication fees; etc

※For family groups or for groups of 3 people or more, the costs will differ, so please inform us of your details and we will provide a detailed estimate.
※Alternate hotel arrangements can also be made, please enquire.
※The prices listed are for one person.
[Lodging planned]
Plan A: Hotel Splendid View (Pokhara) & Fuji Hotel (Kathmandu)
Plan B: The Pokhara Grand & Yak and Yeti (Kathmandu)

●Take a walk Through World-Famous Kathmandu Valley's World Heritage Sites

[The Sacred Boudhanath]
Located just 7 km east of town, Boudhanath is sacred to Tibetan Buddhism with the acclaimed largest pagoda of South Asia. Serving as a resting place for wary travelers and merchants along the ancient trade route with Tibet, the temple is a place for offering prayers for safety for upcoming journeys and upon their return, prayers of appreciation are offered after their long journeys. It is an excellent place to learn more about Tibetan culture.
  • The Sacred Tibetan Pagoda of Boudhanath

  • Buddhist worshippers on Pilgrimage ("Kora" in Tibetan)

[Hindu Temple Pashupatinath, worshiping Shiva the Destroyer]
Located 5 km (3 miles) east of the main town, Pashupatinath is Nepal's largest Hindu temple where Shiva one of the main Gods, is worshiped. The temple is located on the banks of the holy Bagmati River, one of the tributaries of the Ganges River. and during the special holiday of Shiva's birthday (Shivaratri) worshipers from around India and Nepal will be overflowing at this temple (one of the 4 largest temples in the Indian Subcontinent). On both sides of the door stand Hindu Gods statues standing 23.6 m (77.4 feet) high.
  • Pashupatinath Ghat

  • Offering Memorial Prayers at a Cremation Ceremony

[The ancient city Patan]
Located to the south, Patan is the oldest city in the Kathmandu valley and is separated from Kathmandu by the Bagmati River . It is said King Asoka built the town in the year of 299 AD. Also known as "Lalitpur (The City of Beauty)" this city is very beautiful and quaint. The historic nature of the city is deeply rooted with what is said are King Asoka's stupas that still exist since 3rd century BC on all sides of the town.
  • A girl turning a Mani wheel (at a corner in Patan)

  • Vishwanath Temple

[Swayambhunath Stupa, revered by both Buddhists and Hindus]
Located 2km (1.2 miles) away from the center of Patan city, Swayambhunath Stupa looks over the cityscape. The myth of the creation of the temple is a story that starts when the entire valley was still a lake called Swayambhu. A holy man, Manjushri, the bodhisattva of wisdom and learning had a vision of the lotus growing in the lake and went to worship it. He is said to have cut a gorge which drained the water and exposed the valley which is now what we know as Kathmandu. This pagoda is said to have a 2,000-year history and is considered to be one of the most sublime pagodas.
  • Swayambhunath Stupa Buddhist Temple

  • View of the Kathmandu Valley below

[Kathmandu Durbar Square, the old Royal Palace]
Durbar (which means 'Royal Square or Court') was the center of the Kingdom of Kathmandu during the era of King Ratna Malla but the history of the area dates back to 3rd Century AD. Since King Malla's reign, various kings competed for the beauty of decoration of the Buildings. With 20 or more temples lining the square and all built over many years, show the variety of architecture. There are countless points of interest including Kumari's hall, where the living goddess is worshiped.
  • Royal Palace Square of Kathmandu (Dulbar Square)

  • Hall of the living goddess Kumari

Bhaktapur for about 30 mins, to the third-largest city in Kathmandu. In 889 AD King Ananda Dev established Bhaktapur City and it has continued to flourish as one of the capital cities. Also called the Bhadgaon (City of Devotees), the red brick of the buildings and architecture offer a glimpse into the medieval times in which they were built. It is amazing to see people still living amongst these ancient Newari-designed cities.
  • A Window Carving Masterpiece from the Newari era

  • Looking out at the historic site of Bhaktapur

●Sarangkot – The Best Place For Viewing The Himalayas

Sarangkot, just at an altitude of 1592m (5223 ft) above the sea level is famous for the views available from here. Only a 20 minutes' drive from Pokhara, it is favored by most of the visitors, who can't trek through the Himalayas but still wish to see the panoramic views of the mountain range including Annapurna, Machapuchre and other 8,000m (26,000 ft+) peaks. There is nothing like an early morning hike to the hilltop and having coffee as the sun rises.

  • The Annapurna II (7,937m / 26,040ft) and IV (7,525m / 24,688 ft) as seen from Sarangkot on a clear day

  • Dawn and World Peace Pagoda from Raniban