Nepal Cultural Tour

Nepal Cultural Tour

  • Max Altitude 1350m
  • Vehicle Private Jeep or Car
  • Best Season Spring and Autumn
  • Trip Duration 10 days

Trip Overview

The Nepal Cultural Tour is a fusion of different tours in different and popular cities of Nepal. Similarly, on this tour one will get a lifelong experience of visiting four of the most famous cities in Nepal. And, which has huge value in the tradition and culture of the country.

Similarly, Nepal Tours 10 days was designed for leisure, fun, and forest activities in Kathmandu, Pokhara, Chitwan National Park, and Lumbini respectively.

Moreover, Nepal is known for its historic heritage and beautiful temples. People of various religious faiths can be found here. They have temples, stupas, mosques, and churches that they go to. Though Nepal is now a secular republic, it was formerly a Hindu country that worshipped various Gods and Goddesses. They created many types of temples and worshipped them as a form of devotion to God. These monuments are extremely important in today’s world.

Throughout the traveling experience, you will get to enjoy the following places in this Nepal Tours 10 days.

Kathmandu – Cultural Tour

The old trade route that went through Kathmandu between India and Tibet allowed for the merging of creative and architectural traditions from various countries with local art and architecture. Hindu and Buddhist religious traditions have affected Kathmandu City’s monuments over the years. The architectural treasures of Kathmandu’s valley have been into seven distinct groupings of heritage monuments and structures. Moreover, UNESCO designated these seven monument groups as World Heritage Sites in 2006. (WHS). The seven monument zones cover 189 hectares (470 acres), with a 2,394-hectare buffer zone in between (5,920 acres).

Likewise, the seven monument zones cover 189 hectares (470 acres), with a 2,394-hectare buffer zone in between (5,920 acres). Durbar Squares of Hanuman Dhoka, Patan, and Bhaktapur, Hindu temples of Pashupatinath and Changunarayan, and Buddhist stupas of Swayambhu and Boudhanath are among the Seven Monument Zones (Mzs) designated originally in 1979 and with a small alteration in 2006.


Pokhara is a Nepali metropolitan city. Similarly, Gandaki Pradesh’s provincial capital and the administrative center of Kaski District. Pokhara is 200 kilometers (120 miles) west of Kathmandu, Nepal’s capital.

Likewise, in the south, the altitude ranges from 827 meters (2,713 feet) to 1,740 meters (5,710 feet) in the north. The Annapurna Range, which includes three of the world’s ten highest peaks — Dhaulagiri, Annapurna I, and Manaslu — is within 15–35 miles (24–56 kilometers) of the valley.


Chitwan is a stunning habitat that is home to a diverse range of birds, animals, reptiles, and plants. The Asian one-horned rhinoceros and hundreds of Royal Bengal tigers are the main attractions. This lovely park’s crawling vines and massive trees transport you to another planet, one where crocodiles, deer, elephants, rhinoceros, and pythons roam free. Similarly, the presence of the vibrant Tharu Culture, a unique tribe recognized for its old culture and ways of life, is maybe more vital to your Chitwan experience.

Elephant safaris, canoe rides, jeep excursions, jungle hikes, and other activities are among the best things to do in Chitwan. Similarly, choosing this Chitwan tour provides you access to some of the best guides in the country, all of them have extensive expertise in the field of hospitality and are well-known for their high levels of service.


Lumbini is the birthplace of Siddhartha Gautama, the Buddha Gautama, who created the Buddhist tradition as the Buddha Gautama. Between 563 and 483 BCE, the Buddha lived. Lumbini is one of four pilgrimage attractions that came up in areas prior to the Buddha’s life; the others being Kushinagar, Bodh Gaya, and Sarnath. Furthermore, you can visit the Lumbini Garden and numerous monasteries in the surrounding area for some sightseeing. The group will spend the night in a Lumbini hotel.

Trip Highlights Of Nepal Cultural Tour

  • Visit the birthplace of Gautam Buddha
  • Experience Elephant safaris, canoe rides, jeep excursions, jungle hikes, and other activities on Chitwan
  • Explore the Lumbini Garden and numerous monasteries in the surrounding area for some sightseeing
  • Observe the tradition and culture of the place
  • Visit world heritage sites in Kathmandu


Day 01

Arrive Kathmandu

Today, you arrive to Kathmandu and we transfer you to your hotel. After arriving at the hotel you rest and rejuvenate and observe the locality. Then, a member of Travel Nepal will brief about the itinerary on this same day.

Day 2

Kathmandu-Patan Sightseeing

While our back-end staff is busy making plans for the day ahead, we’d want to take advantage of the opportunity to tour the city and see some intriguing historical monuments. We’d go to Swayambunath, which is also known as a monkey temple, Basantapur Durbar Square, which is a historic palace courtyard, and Patan Durbar Square on this day.

Day 3

Kathmandu – Bhaktapur Sightseeing

Visit Boudhanath stupa, a Buddhist shrine, and Pashupatinath temple, a sacred Hindu temple dedicated to the god Shiva and an open-air cremation platform, after breakfast. Afternoon sightseeing in Bhaktapur. This city is a hidden gem and a pristine representation of medieval Nepal, as well as an exquisite, antique courtyard. The prehistoric Durbar square, with its 55 windows, the pagoda-style residences and temples, the pottery plaza, where people spend all day producing clay pottery, and the raw way of life is the city’s principal attractions.

Day 4

Kathmandu - Chitwan (140 Kms. / 5 Hrs.):

After breakfast in Kathmandu on this day of our Nepal Cultural Tour, we start our day early. After collecting our belongings and entering the truck, we set out on Nepal’s busiest and most important route. We leave the highway after about 100 kilometers and join the new highway dug into the hillside beside the Narayani River. After a 2-hour ride, we reach level country and then the Chitwan National Park’s protected area. On this particular day, we can enjoy the River Beach, as well as tour the surrounding area and learn about the culture.

Day 5

Chitwan Jungle activities

Today is an exciting day, and we have a great deal of energy to start the day. We go after breakfast to the Elephant Ride location, where we will ride through a beautiful green jungle and see some of the world’s rarest creatures in their most natural state. As the day progresses, we travel to Budhi Rapti for canoeing, where we will see some of the largest Ghariyals and Crocodiles lazing in the sun up close. Before calling it a day, we’ll go to the elephant breeding center and enjoy a fantastic dinner and cultural program.

Day 6

Chitwan – Lumbini

After breakfast, we promptly go to our next destination before the day begins to pick up. Lumbini, about 150 kilometers west of Chitwan, is the birthplace of Buddha, a saint whose teachings gave rise to Buddhism. Lumbini is located on the Indian border and has a hot and humid climate. We arrive in Lumbini the same day and in under 4 hours, and the drive is not taxing on the body. We unpack our belongings at the hotel and head off to explore Buddha’s birthplace. We’d observe a variety of monasteries built by various countries, where bald-headed children, teenagers, and elderly individuals dressed in maroon robes known as lamas perform daily rituals and prayers.

Day 7

Lumbini - Pokhara (160 Kms. / 5 Hrs.):

On this day, we travel to one of Nepal’s most beautiful cities, and we leave early. We travel to Pokhara through the main route that runs beside some big tributaries, covering 150 kilometers in 5 hours. By the time we arrive in Pokhara, it is past midday, and we don’t have anything to do there. We may enjoy tasting cuisine from all over the world and taking a walk around the Fewa Lake, which is the center of Pokhara’s people’s lives. Take advantage of the opportunity to go boating and visit the temple, which is attractively positioned in the center of the lake, to photograph the sunset on this vast lake, and to enjoy the stunning views of the Annapurna range.

Day 8

Pokhara Sightseeing

We can either start this day early in the morning by visiting Sarangkot and seeing the sunrise, or we can rest and start late in the morning by taking in the lake life and cuisine. Aside from the magical lakes and awe-inspiring mountains, Pokhara is a place of historical towns and temples. We’d also visit the famous Tal Barahi and Bindabasini shrines.

Day 9

Pokhara – Kathmandu

Today, we have our breakfast by 6:30 in the morning and make our way towards Kathmandu. Furthermore, the drive takes around 7 hours through bends of lush green hilly terrain and along the major tributaries, with a couple of breaks in between for snacks and lunch.

Day 10


Today, the departure representative of Travel Nepal will drop you to the final destination for your final departure. Hope to see you on the further journey with us.

Useful Info

Best Time for the trip

The best time to do the Nepal Cultural Tour is during the spring and autumn season. At this time of the year one will get a chance to experience the beauty of the trip at its full extent. Similarly, at this time of the year the sky is clear and the route, climate and weather also gets stable all-around Nepal. Furthermore, if you travel here during this time of the year then there wont be any challenges for you to face. However, annually, many tourists do this trip even during the monsoon seasons which in comparison is a challenging time for the travel.

Difficulties on the trip

There are not a lot of challenges or difficulties during the trip however, the time of youe visit can affect the challenges that you are going to face at the trip. So, it is very important to choose the right time for your visit. Because if one travel here during the rainy or the monsoon season then they might face bad weather.

Essentials required

  • The essentials required for the trip are:
  • Sunscreen and sun hat.
  • Rain-jacket.
  • Get comfortable hiking shoes
  • Water bottle with a built-in filter.
  • Nepal Power Adapter.

Travel insurance

Having travel insurance with you for any kind of adventurous travel would be nice. However, during the Nepal Cultural Tour, it is not compulsory to have your travel insurance with you.

Safety and security

In the case of our company, the safety and security of our visitors are the utmost priority to us. So, you don’t have to worry about it and you can travel with us on our Nepal Cultural Tour.

Food and Accommodation

Most of the time you will be resting at a comfortable hotel. And, the food we provide to you is of good quality. Also, we mainly provide Nepali Foods on the trip. However, at some hotels and lodges, we also provide Western foods.


When is the best time to go on a Nepal Cultural Tour?

The Nepal Cultural Tour is best experienced in the spring and autumn seasons. The weather is pleasant at this time of year, and you may travel under bright skies. However, if the conditions are favorable, this excursion can also be done in the winter.

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