Nepal Photography Tour

Nepal Photography Tour

  • Max Altitude 3750m
  • Vehicle Private Vehicle
  • Best Season Spring and Autumn
  • Trip Duration 14 days

Trip Overview

Travel Nepal Now offers a Nepal Photography Tour, which is one of the most varied excursions in Nepal. To entice photography enthusiasts in Nepal, one must provide access to every aspect of the nation, which this tour delivers.

Traveling to Bhaktapur, the medieval jewel of Newari culture, Bandipur, an ancient rest area of the Silk Route with a phenomenal view of the Annapurna range to the north, Pokhara, the touristic capital of Nepal, which offers you a majestic view of the mountains in the Annapurna massif, adding up, the reflection of the mountains on one of the most beautiful Fewa Lakes, the most vivid land in Nepali territory which offers an across the street view of Pokhara.

Nepal is a photographer’s dream destination, with eight of the world’s highest peaks and ten UNESCO World Heritage Sites.

Moreover, the breathtaking Himalayan panorama, diversified fauna, fascinating culture, and historic historical citadels are all fascinating photography topics that will inspire any aspiring photographer. With a Nepal Photography Tour, you can capture the true beauty of Nepal.

Travel Nepal Now has produced a number of Nepal photography tours in collaboration with local photographers. The vacation is ideal for any interested photographer who wants to capture the beauty of Nepal while also improving his or her photography skills and bringing home beautiful photographs and memories.

Similarly, all of our photography adventures, including street photography, architecture, landscapes, night photography, animals, birds, and even macro photography of insects and flowers, may be customized to fit your schedule and photography interests.

All you have to do now is contact us for a more in-depth discussion.

Photography Tour in Nepal

The Nepal Photography Tour will take you to all of Nepal’s top photography destinations. It allows you to improve your photographic skills while visiting all of Nepal’s key attractions.

Furthermore, you’ll be able to see the breathtaking sunrise. Immerse yourself in the ancient yet living medieval lanes of Kathmandu’s old citadels and enjoy a stunning sunset over the Himalayan range. Get up close and personal with locals dressed in traditional garb, including Hindu Holy Men (Sadhu).

Similarly, those interested can also take a safari vehicle excursion into the lush jungles of Chitwan National Park to photograph tigers, leopards, single-horned rhinoceros, and even endangered freshwater dolphins.

Likewise, this Nepal Photography Tour is appropriate for photographers of all levels, from beginners to advanced digital photographers. Portrait, street, landscape, architecture, and animal photography are just a few of the genres you’ll learn and shoot.

During this Photography Tour, one will experience traveling to a beautiful country and capturing the beauty of the country. Also, annually a lot of visitors visit the country due to the stunning beauty of the country. Likewise, you will know the beautiful culture and tradition of the country which will add value to your trip.

Lastly, doing the Nepal Photography Tour in Nepal is a dream for many people. And, we are here to fulfill your dream of traveling here in Nepal. You will provide with every essential required for the trip.

Trip Info

  • Visit the world heritage site of Nepal
  • Know about the tradition and culture of the place
  • Experience the beautiful surrounding of the place
  • Get wonderful views of the Annapurna Range
  • Explore different wildlife of the place at the National Park


Day 01

Arrive Kathmandu (1,350m)

Today, you will arrive at Kathmandu. And, after arrival you will be transferred to the 3 star hotel in Kathmandu. Where our staff will give you a brief information about the trip.

Day 02

Visit Kathmandu

Today, all the trip management team of our company will be busy preparing for the trip. So, we will take this opportunity to visit Swayambunath; famous as monkey temple as well, Basantapur Durbar Square; an ancient palace courtyard, and Patan Durbar Square.

Day 03

Visit Bhaktapur city

The ancient city of Bhaktapur is located 14 kilometers east of Kathmandu. This city is a hidden gem and a pristine representation of medieval Nepal, with an elegant, 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 are the city’s principal attractions. It is one of the most beautiful sites on the Nepal Photography tour, where we may spend a night in the midst of these centuries-old dwellings and customs, reliving the essence of medieval times.

Day 04

Drive to Bandipur

We travel to Bandipur after witnessing a spectacular sunrise over the Himalayas and eating breakfast. Bandipur is around 150 kilometers west of Nagarkot.

Bandipur is a very rustic village from the ancient Silk Route era, and it is even more lovely because of its preserved ancient ambiance and the distant vista of Annapurna. It normally takes roughly 7 hours to drive, depending on traffic conditions.

Day 05

Drive to Pokhara

We travel to Pokhara, Nepal’s most scenic city, after sunrise, breakfast, and a short side trip through Bandipur. Pokhara, around 80 kilometers from Bandipur, is a lovely resort with near views of the Annapurna Massif mountains.

At around 3-4 hours, we arrive in Pokhara via a scenic highway carved out of lush green hills along one of the major streams. We freshen up and observe the edge of Fewa Lake after arriving at Pokhara.

Day 06

Fly Jomsom , Hike to Kagbeni

We should fly to Jomsom early in the morning because the afternoon flight is disrupted by strong winds. As we take off from Pokhara, we see gorgeous mountains in the Annapurna region and then beautiful dry countryside with the view of Nilgiri just outside the window. We gather our bags and put on our hiking boots as soon as we land.

We hike in practically flat desert areas; the hike is short and easy, and the mountains add to the beauty. We stroll along the banks of the Kali Gandaki till we reach Kagbeni, a fortress-like hamlet.

Day 07

Drive to Muktinath

After learning about the myths and customs of the Thakali, Kagbeni’s indigenous people, we drive uphill on an off-road track in a vehicle. We ascend a steep ascent just after Kagbeni and quickly notice thin air. The ambiance is enhanced by the presence of picturesque communities and buckwheat blossoms higher up.

When we arrive in Muktinath, we are greeted by religious concord; the Hindus’ holiest shrine is located in a town where the Bon religion is practiced. The priest is a Buddhist nun, and the majority of pilgrims are Hindus.

Day 08

Drive back to Jomsom

We board a van to Jomsom after spending the night in the tranquil environment of Muktinath. Jomsom is a fantastic site to spend the day if you want to see the afternoon wind bursts, the Nilgiri range of mountains, and perhaps stroll up to the monastery or go hiking.

Day 09

Fly Pokhara, explore the city

We can either start this day before daybreak by visiting Sarangkot and witnessing the sunrise or relax and begin late in the morning by enjoying the lake life after taking an early morning flight to Pokhara and arriving in 20 minutes.

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 10

Drive to Chitwan

We spend another day on the road, this time along with one of Nepal’s major highways, which runs beside significant streams. We drove 150 kilometers in over 5 hours on the highway.

Day 11

Jungle photography in Chitwan National Park

Today is an exciting day, and we are ready to take on the day. We go after breakfast for 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 Crocodile 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. Other fascinating sights include the Tiger Reserve, which is home to 700 species of wildlife and provides us with thousands of opportunities to photograph them.

Day 12

Drive to Kathmandu

We eat breakfast at 6:00 a.m. and leave for Kathmandu. The drive takes about 7 hours, passing through bends in beautiful green mountainous country and along major streams, with a few stops for snacks and lunch in between.

Day 13

Visit Patan City

Patan, also known as Lalipur, meaning beautiful, and it is the oldest and most beautiful of the three cities of Kathmandu, Bhaktapur, and Patan.

Patan is now merely a suburb of Kathmandu’s metropolitan city, and one that is rarely visited by visitors. This site also has the best museum of the three, as well as the best prehistoric Malla dynasty display.

Day 14


We will help you transfer to the Airport according to the schedule of your flight. With a heavy heart and excitement of seeing in future we wave off for this time.


What’s Included

  • All arrival and departure transfer by Private AC vehicle.
  • 05 nights hotel accommodation in Kathmandu on BB ( Bed & Breakfast) Basis.
  • 02 Full days Kathmandu valley sightseeing tour by private vehicle with English speaking Guide.
  • 02 nights hotel accommodation in Chitwan on AP ( Bed,Brerakfast, Lunch & Dinner) Basis.
  • 01 night hotel accommodation in Bandipur on BB ( Bed & Breakfast) Basis.
  • 02 nights hotel accommodation in Pokhara on BB ( Bed & Breakfast) Basis.
  • 03 nights hotel accommodation in Jomsom on AP ( Bed,Brerakfast, Lunch & Dinner) Basis.
  • 01 hour boating at Fewa lake.
  • Half day Pokhara city tour.
  • Pokhara-Jomsom-Pokhara air ticket.
  • Kathmandu-Pokhara- Chitwan-Kathmandu by private comfortable AC vehicle.

What’s Not included

  • International Airfare.
  • Entrance fee to all the sightseeing places.
  • Lunch/Dinner in Kathmandu / Bandipur and Pokhara.
  • Single room supplement fee if need.
  • Travel / medical insurance.
  • Personal equipment.
  • Tips for the tour guide and driver.
  • Extra expenses if unavoidable circumstances such as weather hazards, political unrest, and avalanches.
  • Personal expenses such as laundry, telephone calls, alcoholic beverages, bottled drinks, (including cold drinks and mineral water).
  • Note: Sightseeing entrance fee will be charge as mention below: (Kathmandu city-Rs.750, Swoyambhunath stupa-Rs.200, Patan city-Rs.550, Bouddhanath stupa-Rs.250, Pashupatinath temple-Rs.1000, Bhaktapur city-Rs.1500, Lumbini-Rs.200, David fals-Rs.25, Seti George-Rs.20, Gupteswor Cave-Rs.100, Sarangkot-Rs.25, amounts total Rs.4620 equivalent = US$ 47 totally per person).

Useful Info

Best time for Nepal Photography Tour

Is there a good time for Nepal Photography Tour? In general, the months of September to November are the finest for visiting the city. You’ll find dry weather, bright skies, and plenty of cultural events at this time of year.

Difficulties of Nepal Photography Tour

The Nepal Photography Tour is a very easy trip. There is almost no difficulty during this tour. However, there are something that you need to consider before heading towards the Nepal Photography Tour.

Similarly, the most important thing required for the Nepal Photography Tour is the time of the visit. Also, if you travel here during the spring season then you find an ideal climate for the tour whereas if you travel here during the monsoon season then the climate might affect your tour negatively.

Food and Accommodation

The lodges are nice, warm, and well-appointed, but as you climb higher, they become more basic. Rooms are twin beds with two beds per room and do not have a bathroom unless you pay an upgrade during the journey, which is only available in a few lodges.

We recommend trying local dishes such dal bhat (lentil stew with rice and curried potatoes or meat), boiling potatoes with chili sauce, local stew (meat, potatoes, and veggies in a rich sauce), and curry with rice. These are the local people’s primary dishes, but every resort will also serve a variety of western meals

Essentials for the trip

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.

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 Photography Tour.



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

The Nepal Photography 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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