Colors of Nepal


Kathmandu – Swatambhunath – Pashupatinath – Bodnath – Bungamati – Patan – Nagarkot – Changumarayan – Chitwan – Pokhra – Kathmandu

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  • Best place to ascertain the wildlife of Himalayas region
  • Covering all famous places of the Kathmandu
  • Wildlife photography
  • Jungle safaris at Chitwan
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Colors of Nepal

Colors of Nepal are a ten-day Nepal vacation package. It has visited some of the most beautiful places in Nepal, including Kathmandu Valley (famous for historical and cultural heritage sites, temples, and palaces), Bungamanti & Patan (most prominent and beautiful hill stations), Pokhara (the City of Lakes), Chitwan National Park (where you can go on a safari) and Nagarkot (from where you can enjoy beautiful sunrise, sunset and panoramic view of Himalayas).

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  1. Day 01 KATHMANDU

    Accommodation in the hotel and time available for rest or for a first individual approach to the capital. Kathmandu is a surprising city, full of treasures of extraordinary beauty: its visit turns out to be an unforgettable experience thanks to the unique atmosphere, the multiple rites, the ancient peaks that dominate the city, the contact with a hospitable and deeply religious people .


    Day dedicated to visiting the Kathmandu valley, starting with the sacred Buddhist stupa of Swayambhunath, one of the oldest in the world, located in a dominant position on the top of a hill west of the city. A stairway of 300 steps and at the top, spectacular, the temple with large Buddha oes painted on the sides: all inside The prayer mills and a myriad of monkeys. Next, Pashupatinath, located on the banks of the Bagnati river, which is a place for the acceleration of crimes, can be considered the benares of Nepal: a natural sense of the alternation of the vittae of death and on all the animation of daily life, with faithful from long flower and incesco necklaces, vendors, beggars, ascents, pilgrims who dedicate themselves to ritual baths. Here the most important Hindu temple with splendid silver doors: dedicated to Shiva, and one of the most sacred in the country. At the end, stop at Bodnath, a colossal stupa of intense suggestion. Return to Kathmandu and dinner in a typical Nepalese restaurant with a traditional denza show .


    Moving to Bungamati, a typical 16th century Newari village, narrow alleys that do not concentrate the passage of cars, an element that helps to reinforce the feeling of a real tuff in the past. Continuation to patan, an unrivaled city of art with refined architecture: excellent examples are the royal palace, the temple of Krishna with its very particular staircase guarded by two lions and surmounted by a high pillar surmounted by a bronze statue of the god Garuda, the temple of gold from the elaborate pagoda adorned with statues and prayer mills, I temple Bhimsen, Mahaboudha, Vishvanath. Transfer to Nagarkot, an ideal place to enjoy the spectacular view of the Himalayas and the valley.


    Transfer to Changunarayan and visit of the homonymous temple dedicated to Vishnu faced by Garuda, the winged god. Return to Kathmandu with a stop at the park in Bhaktapur, also known as Bhagdaon, the "city of devotees". Of particular interest for its well-preserved medieval aspect, it fascinates with its temples, the royal palace, the integrated doors, and the rarefied atmosphere.


    Transfer by plane to Chitwan National Park, with the literal meaning of "heart of the jungle", a complex ecosystem created to preserve the huge flora - fauna heritage of the area. In the afternoon, an elephant ride in the jungle where you can see rhinos, deer, wild boar, monkeys, antelopes, and, in case of particular luck, the tiger, fierce and magnetic, in the grass.

  6. Day 06 CHITWAN

    Full day of activities in the park, including bird watching and a thrilling canoe ride on the Rapti River where crocodiles silently dive.


    Continue to Pokhara, an enchanting town at the foot of the Annapurna massif, until a few years ago a commercial center for the caravans coming down from Tibet and today a tourist attraction of great appeal for the mild climate and the beauty of the landscape. Free afternoon for relaxation or walks.

  8. Day 08 POKHARA

    In the morning excursion to Sarangkot, one of the most renowned centers in the surrounding area. Located at 1592 meters high and offers a magnificent panorama of the mountains. Return to Pokhara and, in the afternoon, a boat ride on phewa lake, in the center of which stands a small temple, a frequent destination for pilgrims and fishermen, and a visit to the Bindyabasini temple and david's Falls waterfalls that seem to derive their name from an unfortunate tourist who, according to the legend, rushes there, dragging with him. Followed by a stop at the village of Tibetan refugees, highly skilled artisans.


    Flight to Kathmandu, free time and cana to arrive in the splendid room of Krishnarpan, a restaurant inside Dwarica's, where atmosphere and refinement are at home.

  10. Day 10 KATHMANDU

    Transfer to the airport in time for the return flight.

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