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Tripazzi provides you Amazing Nepal 5 Nights 6 Days Package but first you know some information about Nepal Landlocked Nepal, formerly known as the Federal Democratic Republic of Nepal, is located in South Asia. It is primarily located in the Himalayas, but it also includes areas of the Indo-Gangetic Plain. It is bordered by India to the south, east, and west, Bangladesh to the north by the Siliguri Corridor, and Bhutan to the south by the Indian state of Sikkim. Eight of the ten tallest mountains in the world, including Mount Everest, the highest point on Earth, are found in Nepal, along with fertile plains, subalpine wooded slopes, and other geographical features. With Nepali as its official language, Nepal is a multi-ethnic, multi-lingual, multi-religious, and multi-cultural state. The largest city and capital of Nepal is Kathmandu.
The word “Nepal” first appears in writing during the Vedic era of the Indian subcontinent, which coincided with the founding of Hinduism, the country’s main religion, in ancient Nepal. Gautama Buddha, the creator of Buddhism, was born at Lumbini in southern Nepal around the middle of the first millennium BC. A portion of northern Nepal was influenced by Tibetan culture. The rich Newar confederacy known as Nepal Mandala had its capital in the centrally positioned Kathmandu Valley, which is linked with Indo-Aryan civilization. The traders of the valley dominated the Himalayan portion of the historic Silk Road. The multicultural area produced unique traditional art and architecture. The Gorkha Kingdom succeeded in uniting Nepal by the 18th century. After founding the Kingdom of Nepal, the Shah dynasty forged an alliance with the British Empire’s prime Rana dynasty. The nation was never colonized but acted as a stopgap between British India and Imperial China. The introduction of parliamentary democracy occurred in 1951, although the Nepalese monarchs twice halted it, in 1960 and 2005. The world’s last Hindu monarchy came to an end in 2008 when a secular republic was established because of the 1990s and early 2000s Nepalese Civil War.
The country of Nepal is recognized as a secular federal parliamentary republic with seven provinces under the 2015-adopted constitution. In addition to signing friendship treaties with China and India in 1950, Nepal was admitted to the UN in 1955. The South Asian Association for Regional Cooperation (SAARC), of which Nepal is a founding member, has its permanent secretariat there. Additionally, Nepal participates in the Bay of Bengal Initiative and the Non-Aligned Movement. The fifth-largest in South Asia, the Nepalese Armed Forces are renowned for its Gurkha past, particularly during the World Wars, and have made a sizable contribution to UN peacekeeping missions.
Hotel Option – (4*)
|Destination||Hotel Name||No of Days||Meal Plan|
|Kathmandu||Hotel Ramada Encore||2N||Breakfast + Dinner|
|Nagarkot||Hotel Country Villa||1N||Breakfast + Dinner|
|Pokhra||Hotel Waterfront KGH||2N||Breakfast + Dinner|
Hotel Option – (3*)
|Destination||Hotel Name||No of Days||Meal Plan|
|Kathmandu||Hotel Art/ Hotel Amadabalam/similar||2N||Breakfast + Dinner|
|Nagarkot||Hotel Queens Park/similar||1N||Breakfast + Dinner|
|Pokhra||Hotel Himalaya Villa/similar||2N||Breakfast + Dinner|
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Arrival at the International Airport of Kathmandu. Our agent will greet you and transport you to your hotel. Following a welcome drink, a tour briefing will be given. Check-In. You should set up time for yourself. In Kathmandu, spend the night.
After breakfast, visit Pashupatinath Temple, Boudhanath Stupa, Patan Durbar Square, and Swayambhunath Stupa on a sightseeing trip.
Pashupatinath Temple- Pashupatinath Temple is a Hindu temple in Kathmandu, Nepal, dedicated to Pashupati. In 1979, the temple was designated as a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Boudhanath Stupa has stood as a beacon of Buddhist belief for hundreds of years, towering over the neighboring town as a gigantic mandala of serenity and beauty, as well as giant eyes. The massive contemplative monument is thought to have been built shortly after the Buddha's death, possibly about the 14th century. The massive offering location immediately became the area's main point for worship and offering. The structure of the edifice comprises of a massive dome with a Buddhist pyramid tower atop it.
Patan Durbar Square is located in the heart of the Nepalese city of Lalitpur. It is one of Kathmandu's three Durbar Squares, all of which are UNESCO World Heritage Sites. The historic royal palace where the Malla Kings of Lalitpur dwelt is one of its main attractions.
Swayambhunath Stupa- Swayambhu is an ancient religious complex located west of Kathmandu city on a hill in the Kathmandu Valley. Because of the numerous different types of trees present on the hill, the Tibetan name for the location is 'Sublime Trees.' Shing.vkun, on the other hand, could be the Nepalese Bhasa name for the complex, Swayambhu, which means ‘self-sprung.' The complex includes a stupa as well as a number of shrines and temples, some of which date back to the Licchavi dynasty. More recently, a Tibetan monastery, museum, and library have been added. Kathmandu is where you'll spend the night.
After breakfast, drive to Pokhara while taking in the scenery. Drive to Bhaktapur to enjoy the sights.
To go to Pokhara, you'll need to drive. You can stop by Manakamana shrine on the way (Optional). Check into the hotel as you arrive. Evening walk around Lake Side's tourist area, taking in the vista of the western Himalayan peaks, including Mt Fishtail. Return to the hotel and remain the night.
Pokhara is where you will spend the night.
Early risers will be rewarded with a spectacular sunrise and Himalayan view from your hotel's rooftop. Leave for Sarangkot after breakfast.
Sarangkot is the most famous tourist site in Pokhara, offering spectacular views of the Pokhara Valley and mountains such as the Annapurna Massif, Fishtail Mountain, Dhaulagiri range, and Manaslu. Lake Side is about 5 kilometres away from Sarangkot.
Return to the hotel for breakfast before continuing your sightseeing tour of Pokhra, which will include stops at Davi's Fall, Tibetan Refugee Camp, Seti Gorge, Gupteshwor cave, Bindabasini temple, and the World Peace Pagoda.
Devi's Falls - Devi's Falls is a waterfall in Nepal's Kaski District, located in Pokhara. When the water reaches the bottom, it forms a tunnel. This 500-foot-long tunnel is 100 feet below ground level. A Swiss couple went swimming on July 31, 1961, but the woman drowned in a pit due to an overflow.
Tibetan Refugee Camp - Each of the four recognized Tibetan settlement camps in Pokhara is its own universe. These refugee camps were established to accommodate the thousands of Tibetan refugees that arrived in Nepal during the Chinese occupation. They sell stunning handcrafted jewelry, souvenirs, carvings, and carpets to guests in order to highlight Tibet's natural beauty. This is a well-known tourist destination.
Seti Gorge- The Seti River Gorge, located in the heart of Pokhran, Nepal, is a sight to behold as the mighty yet controlled river winds its way through a tourist-friendly environment. The cold breeze and the breathtaking view lead you deeper into the gorgeous area, where all white water is channelized and flowing at full speed. The Channel is claimed to lead to a hydroelectric power facility.
The World Peace Pagoda-Pokhara Shanti Stupa is a Buddhist pagoda-style monument on Anadu Hill in the former Pumdi Bhumdi Village Development Committee in Nepal's Kaski region. Nipponzan-Myhji monk Morioka Sonin and local supporters built Shanti Stupa in Pokhara under the leadership of Nichidatsu Fujii, a Buddhist monk and the founder of Nipponzan-Myhji. Shanti is a Sanskrit term for peace that is also frequently used in Nepali and Hindi, therefore Shanti Stupa literally means Peace Pagoda. The Shanti Stupa shrine was erected as a peace symbol. 1 hour of boating on Lake Fewa at the end of the excursion.Pokhra is a good place to spend the night.
Drive to Nagarkot after breakfast and check-out from the hotel. Visit Bhaktapur Durbar Square on the way.Nagarkot is where you will spend the night.
Check out of the motel after breakfast. Drive to Kathmandu and travel to the airport in time for your flight to your next destination, bringing with you fond memories of Nepal.
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