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Honeymoon Tour in Nepal

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Nepal is not only famous amongst trekkers and tour lovers but also among the honeymooners who are looking for the place which offers them the opportunity to get to know their partners more closely.  We have designed our packages in such a way that each honeymoon couples get time to enjoy each other’s company in the nature.The places we will be visiting are:


Built in 12th and 18th century the palace authenticates the royalty of the country in grand manners.  Protected under world heritage site by UNESCO in 1979 the palace represents the social, religious and cultural life of the Nepalese People. The Durbar square also has temples, Kumari house and Kastamandap and a museum inside it.


Pashupatinath temple is the holiest Hindu temple which is protected by UNESCO world heritage site. The temple has the linga of Lord Shiva along with temples which are dedicated to other deities in the vicinity. The temple is believed to be there since 879 AD. The temple was built by King Bhupatindra Malla in 1697AD. This pagoda shaped temple has gold plated roof, silver doors and wood carving of the finest quality. The temple has Bagmati River in the east of it where the cremation according to Hindu rituals is done.


Believed to be built in 5th century literally Bouddhanath means lord of wisdom. Bouddhanath which is protected by UNESCO world heritage site is the focal point of Tibetan Buddhism in Nepal. Bouddhanath is also often referred as one among the largest Stupas in the south Asia looming 36m overhead. Located in the ancient trade route to Tibet the area has many Gompas reflecting small Tibet. Outside the gompa you can find colorful Thangkas, Tibetan jewellery, hand woven carpets, mask and Khukuris.


Syambhunath is situated 3km east of Kathmandu in a hilltop above 77m from the sea level of Kathmandu valley. Listed in UNESCO world heritage site 1979 it is one of the holiest Buddhist site in Nepal where both Hindus and Buddhist worshippers go with equal belief. Said to be 2,000years old this monastery offers the excellent view of Kathmandu valley.


Phewa lake is the center of attraction in Pokhara. Offering the magical vista of Annapurna the place is also known for the reflection of Macchapuchere in the lake. In the lake one can enjoy boating. The lake too has Barahi temple in the middle of it.


Situated in the hilltop on the southern shore of Phewa Lake the pagoda has four images of Buddha facing in the four directions. Due to its location in the hilltop the area offers the great Himalayan panorama.


Sarankot located in the hilltop overlooking Pokhara valley is situated only 20minutes drive from the Lakeside. The Pokhara offers the regal view of sunset and sunrise over the Annapurna, Dhaulagiri and Machhapuchhare. Sarangkot is also site for magical paragliding in the Pokhara.


International mountain museum which is recently inaugurated is devoted to the mountains of Nepal and the mountaineers who climbed them. Inside the museum one can find many original gears which were worn my many mountaineers. The museum also displays the history, culture, geology, flora and fauna of the Himalaya. The main objective of the museum is to give information about Man, Mountain and Mountain activities around the world.


Locally known as Patale Chango the waterfall is situated 2km south of Pokhara airport in the Siddhartha highway. Legend says that the tourist named David was washed by the waterfall and mysteriously disappeared as was named after him.

Itinerary Detail

Day 1: Kathmandu Arrival

As you land to the airport our representative will receive you and transfer to the hotel. Check into hotel and get freshen up. Stay overnight at hotel.

Day 2: Kathmandu Sightseeing

Early in the morning we will have our breakfast and we walk out of the hotel for witnessing the beauty and diversity of Kathmandu valley.

Day 3: Drive To Chitwan

Early in the morning we will have our breakfast and drive to Chitwan following the Trishuli River. Passing many villages in the roadside we will ultimately arrive to Chitwan in the evening. As soon as our arrival we will check into the hotel and rest our baggage and go for a small jungle walk and watch magnificent view of sunset from the bank of Rapti River.

Day 4: Jungle activities in Chitwan

Early in the morning we will head to Budi Rapti River for canoeing. While canoeing we will get glimpse of alligators sunbathing. After canoeing we will return back to our hotel have lunch and go for different jungle activities like elephant ride, elephant bathing and jeep safari.

Day 5: Drive to Pokhara

Early in the morning waving goodbye to Chitwan we will drive to Pokhara. The ride is enjoyable offering the great mountain scenery. We will stay overnight at a hotel in lakeside.

Day 6: Pokhara Sightseeing

Early in the morning we will ride to Sarangkot to witness the magnificent view of sunrise. After this we will explore the rest of the Pokhara in the afternoon.

Day 7: Drive Back to Kathmandu

Early in the morning we will have our breakfast and drive for Kathmandu. We will drive through the Mahendra highway following the Trishuli. The drive is uphill. We will arrive Kathmandu in the evening. In the remaining time you can do some family shopping or just stroll around the streets of Thamel.

Day 8: Farewell

As our journey comes to end our representative will drive you back to the airport for your onward journey.


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