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Landing in Kathmandu is like entering a magical land. Meet our representative and visit later in the afternoon places such as Durbar Square, the Old Royal Palace, the magnificent temples of Taleju and Kasthamandap apart from the Palace of the living goddess Kumari.
Start your day with a visit to Swyambhunath Temple and Pashupatinath Temple dedicated to Lord Shiva, located 6 kilometers in the valley. Later visit Boudhanath, one of the largest stupas in the world dedicated to Lord Buddha and explore Patan’s bustling market.
Kathmandu - Pokhara – Modi River Valley
Fly to Pokhara (3,080 feet), situated on the ancient trade route from Tibet to India. From the plane revel in the captivating sight of Seti River canyon. A one hour trek will take you to Modi River Valley and finally to your lodge (3,362 feet). Rest of the day is at leisure.
Modi River Valley
Get out in the breathtaking landscape for the morning tea. The day’s trek will take you to the village of Birethanti (3,382 feet). On the way you will traverse along hamlets, agricultural fields, forests and cross by some of the most enchanting views. Stop along the way to interact with the villagers.
Modi River Valley
Spend the day amongst the Nepali farming community of Tomejhong village. Meet children in their school (when in session). Later leave for nearby Tomejhong village. Join a Gorkha family for lunch and listen to their extraordinary tales.
Explore the city, climb to World Peace Stupa perched on a hill overlooking Phewa Tal Lake and visit Tal Barahi Temple at the center of the lake. See the International Mountain Museum, the Tibetan monastery Hemja and the oldest temple in Pokhara Bindebashini temple.
Pokhara - Seti River Camp
Take a raft and journey along the Seti River (2,500 feet). The river at times only 2 metre wide is an extraordinary sight. Lasting approximately three-hours you will also face a few sections of Class II rapids. Reach your camp after a picnic lunch by the river.
The last leg of rafting leg. Watch nature unfold its myriad forms as your American made raft navigated expertly by the Nepalese crew makes its way through five sections of Class II rapids and one patch of Class III rapids (especially after monsoon season). Thereafter hit the road to reach your lodge at Chitwan.
Get on a tour of Chitwan National Park. Accompanied by a Naturalist the morning begins with a walk and canoe ride through the jungle. Later in the day set off on an exciting journey to reach the Rapti River valley. Post lunch witness the flora and fauna form the back of an elephant.
Chitwan - Kathmandu
Reach Kathmandu. If time permits you want you can go for a stroll to the Hindu Temple Complex of Pashupatinath. You can also see cremation grounds that lie on the bank of Baghmati behind the temple. Later reach the airport once again for your flight back home.