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Highlights of Nepal- Private Tour - 7 Days

Day 01 Arrive KathmanduWelcome to Nepal! One of our representative will meet you at the airport..

US$550

Kathmandu, Chitwan & Pokhara Tour - 8 Days

Day 01  Arrive KathmanduWelcome to Nepal! It is a panoramic thrill flying into Kathmandu on a c..

US$620

Lumbini Meditation Tour - 7 Days

Day 01Kathmandu and Nagarkotpanoramic thrill flying into Kathmandu on a clear day. The views of snow..

US$1,050

Luxury Nepal Tour - 9 Days

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About Nepal Tour Packages

You can visit or organize your Nepal tour packages for luxury holidays, trekking and for luxury tours. There are different destinations for different purposes. Kathmandu valley is one of the most popular places to visit in Nepal.

During your travel,
All trips are on our private vehicles.
A fluent English speaking guide or the language of your choice.
Most of our package includes breakfast in the tour price.
All hotels are star hotels during your stay in Kathmandu, Pokhara and other major cities. During trek, you well be accommodating in lodge.

Following are some popular Nepal tour packages,

UNESCO world heritage site tour
Lumbini - Buddha's birthplace tour
Meditation in Monasteries tour
Everest Base Camp Trek
Annapurna Mountain Trek
Luxury travel to Pokhara

Cultural and Traditional Nepal Tour Packages

List of cultural destinations and Nepal tour packages

Kathmandu Valley - Gateway of Nepal (includes Kathmandu, Patan, Bhaktapur)
Pokhara - land of natural beauty
Lumbini - birthplace of Buddha
Chitwan - popular for jungle activities
Bandipur - ancient city in Nepal
The above mentioned destination includes Chitwan or Chitwan National Park, with its unique variety of birds.  Safari in the jungle on elephants. Pokhara - the city of lakes and a tours. Sarankot where you see the best scenic views of the Himalayas.

One of the most popular cultural destination in Nepal is Kathmandu Valley which is popular for its tradition and rich culture. Stunning imagination town surrounded by green hills and fairy tale beauty of distant snow-capped mountains; concentrated expression of the mountain kingdom of life on the outskirts of South Asia. Ancient history, a rich, colorful and extremely diverse culture, friendly people and wonderful nature - all these adjectives apply to the valley, which is the capital of Nepal, in the superlative degree. Introduction to Kathmandu amazing - the best reason for returning to the country, gradually becoming almost native.

Kathmandu Valley is unique. She was included in the UNESCO World Heritage list. Millennial and older monuments at every step. Esteemed organization emphasizes seven of them.

Palace Square (Durbar Square) capitals of the three kingdoms of the valley - Kathmandu (Kantipur), Patan (Lalitpur), and Bhaktapur.
On your tour you will see Buddhist Stupas like Boudhanath Stupa, Swayambhunath and Pashupatinath Hindu temples and Changu Narayan. . We also look at their creators, the people of artisans and tillers Newar , the indigenous inhabitants of the Kathmandu Valley. We get to know their way of life, culture and traditions. As rosary beads on the thread we will collect the route the main attractions of the valley, as well as small and yet very charming Newari city.

UNESCO World Heritage Sites in Nepal

Cultural and Religious
Buddhist Stupa Swayambhunath
Boudhanath Stupa (Buddhist monument)
Pashupatinath (Hindu temple)
Changu Narayan (Vishnu Hindu Temple)
Kathmandu Durbar Square (The Royal Palace and the palace area of Kathmandu)
Patan Durbar Square (Royal Palace, and Palace Square Patan)
Bhaktapur Durbar Square (Royal Palace, and Palace Square Bhaktapur)
Lumbini - the birthplace of the great religious teachers of mankind Shakyamuni Buddha

Natural
Everest National Park
Royal Chitwan National Park

Adventures in Nepal

Our Nepal tour packages provides opportunities for those who can not imagine their lives without the active recreation and sports. There are rivers for rafting, and hills with strong air currents for paragliding and hang-gliding, and mountain trails for trekkers and cyclists.

We have prepared several programs that include large sets of all types of active entertainment. These tours include:

Cycling along mountain trails
Rafting on mountain rivers
Elephant safari and trekking in the jungle
Trekking through one of the shortest routes
Paragliding in Pokhara
Kanoing river
Bungee jumping Click on the photo to enlarge
The most popular adventure activities among all is Everest Base Camp trek. Trekking in Nepal requires a somewhat more extensive training than the average traveling abroad. The high mountain is not a place for casual visits. You do not want to find yourself away from Kathmandu without means and equipment, horrified by the thought of having to do the last kilometers on foot. Prepare in advance. Booking international flights and vaccinations require attention several months before departure, especially if you are flying in the peak season - October and November. Begin to get yourself in good physical shape for a couple of months before the hike. Preparation of equipment will take some time, especially if you are going camping in trekking. Attention require insurance and finance. However, the trekking trip in Nepal is a relatively simple and inexpensive, compared to most other countries, the event. You can get a visa at the airport, trekking maps can be bought in Kathmandu, get on the bus and start your hike from within few hours of drive from Kathmandu Valley.

The program is extremely rich. Book your Nepal tour packages with Exquisite Nepal so that we can help you experience the ultimate adventure.

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Kathmandu: Gateway of Nepal


The Kathmandu valley is the capital city of Nepal, named after a shrine in Durbar Square “Kasthmandap” which is derived from Sanskrit words Kastha meaning “Wood” and Mandap meaning “Covered Shelter”. Just the Once Kathmandu was considered to be the enchanted, obscure, mystical and harmonious valley enclosed with majestic mountains. Currently, the soul city has become a heart for travelers as an emerging vacation spot. The valley is made up of the Kathmandu District, Lalitpur District and Bhaktapur District and there are different places to visit in these three districts. The vibrant Kathmandu valley is a fusion of inexhaustible pre-historic construction, ancient shrines, chaotic alleys, galleries and museums, monasteries along with a boundlessly captivating backdrop of majestic mountains, beautiful flowers, city full of wheat garden and breathtaking sceneries which is the main attraction in our Nepal tour packages.  The inflaming city has plenty of sights to keep one occupied for a week or even more. Numerous scenic and appealing localities and towns enclosing the city present ultimate destinations for diminutive treks. The three districts is relatively advanced in relation of well-being and accessibility of hotels and motels, pub, restaurants and cafe, workshops and casinos. Transportation, communication and medical facilities are easily available and reasonably priced. Shopaholic people may acquire extra ordinary gifts and mementos from a fascinating collections of objects such as:

  • handicrafts,
  • carpets,
  • wooden art works,
  •  bronze casting and metal work,
  • thangka (Buddhist, mandala or scene painting on a silk or cotton cloth) ,
  • Nepali paper prints and readymade garments.

These gifts and mementos are easily found in Thamel or other tourist areas. Thamel area is one of the major tourist destination area or hub for over four decades and you can find it in all our Nepal tour packages. Thamel is distinguished by its narrow roads which are packed with various shops, restaurants, hotel, pub, travel agencies etc.  Similarly, there's tons to see and do in Kathmandu city and around the Valley. One never gets tired travelling around the bumpy roads, ambling around the city, watching enthralling sceneries, meeting peoples and doing adventurous thing. Here are the list of things to do and places to visit in Kathmandu valley:

Kathmandu:

  • Pashupati Area
  • Thamel
  • Hanumandhoka Durbar Square
  • Bauddhanath Stupa
  • Swaymbhunath Stupa (Monkey Temple)
  • Mountain Flight
  • Garden of Dreams
  • Pilgrims Book House
  • Narayanhiti Palace Museum
  • Shivapuri trek
  • Budanilkantha
  • Balaju Water Garden

Lalitpur:

  • Patan Durbar Square
  • Patan Museum
  • Krishna Mandir
  • Temple of Rato Machindranath

Bhaktapur:

  • Bhaktapur Durbar Square
  • Temples (Changu Narayan Temple, Doleshwor Mahadev Temple, Kailashnath Mahadev Statue)
  • Water Kingdom
Popular Tour Packages in Kathmandu Nepal

Tours and Trekking routes and Adventurous:


•    Sundarijal - Nagarkot - Changu Narayan Trek (3 days):
Sundarijal- Nagarkot- Changunarayan trekking provides a new prospect to travel the countless awes of countryside, and to watch the exciting views of majestic mountains.  
1.    The first terminus of the trekking is Chisopani, where one can relish the picturesque nature. Throughout the journey you can enjoy the local village’s beauty and encounter with local people who warmly welcomes visitors. In Nepal, visitors are regarded as Lakshmi’s footprint (goddess of wealth and prosperity). 
2.    The second destination point is Nagarkot, where you will relish early sunrise view and mesmeric Himalayan mountain range like Mt. Everest, Dhaulagiri, Annapurna, Manasalu, Ganesh Himal, Lantang Lirung, Mt Shisa Pangma and Mt Gaurishankar. The village Nagarkot also provides visitors to relish the panoramic view of the Kathmandu Valley. 
3.    And the last ending point of the trek is Changunarayan Temple which is a UNESCO World Heritage Site which provides visitors to watch ancient statues and art work. 

Duration: 3 days
Standard: Easy
Min. Altitude: 1400 m. 
Max. Altitude: 2300 m. 
Types of Trek:  Lodge Trek
Accommodation: Tea house


•    Changu Narayan - Nagarkot - Dhulikhel Trek (3 days):
Changunarayan - Nagarkot - Dhulikhel trek presents many historic temples and shrines of the Kathmandu valley, world heritage sites, flawless vies of sunrise and sunsets, enthralling Himalayan ranges and wonderful scenes.  
1.    The first destination point to this trek is Changu Narayan temple which is located on a pleasing hill top is famous for historic pagoda, art work, statues and architecture. Likewise, this temple is also listed in UNESCO World Heritage site. 
2.    The second destination point is Nagarkot, where you will relish early sunrise view and mesmeric Himalayan mountain range like Mt. Everest, Dhaulagiri, Annapurna, Manasalu, Ganesh Himal, Lantang Lirung, Mt Shisa Pangma and Mt Gaurishankar. The village Nagarkot also provides visitors to relish the panoramic view of the Kathmandu Valley. 
3.    Correspondingly, the ending point of this trek is Namo Buddha, 3 hours walk from Dhulikhel located at hill above panauti. This place offers visitors to view the enchanting stupa. The stupa or pilgrims tells the anecdote related to the life of Gautam Budhha. 

Trek Duration: 03 Days 
Trekking Style: Lodge Trek
Trek Grade: Easy
Accommodation: Tea house
Min. altitude: 1440 m
Max altitude: 2175 m


•    Baithali Trek (5 days):
Baithali Village Trekking is one of the coolest, easy going and shortest treks situated at Panauti which is a perfect notion for families, individual or friends who wants to do day hikes around Kathmandu.  Balthali village is located at the intersection of Roshi and Ladku Rivers. 
1.    The trek provides peoples to relish the farming villages, beautiful scenes, temples and shrines and wheat garden which begins from Kathmandu Valley and lead towards the Baithali village. 
2.    This trekking route lies between the altitude of 1,800m and 2,800m. The visitors can enjoy the walk without any altitude sickness and difficulties faced during the trek. 
3.    The village offers a marvelous location of solitude, leisure and entertainment and pleasure within the ambience of usual Nepali backdrop with wheat garden and farm houses. The Himalayan Range like Dorjee Lhakpa, Langtang and a whole range of mountains can be seen clearly. 

Standard: Easy
Min. Altitude: 1400 m. 
Max. Altitude: 2170m.
Types of Trek:  Lodge Trek
Accommodation: Tea House



•    Kakani - Shivapuri - Nagarkot - Dhulikhel Trek (6 days):
Kakani / Shivapuri and Nagarkot Village trek is one of the best, reasonable and finest trekking tracks around Kathmandu valley. The trek is entitled after the Shivapuri National Park, which offers beautiful sight of villages in kathmandu valley. 
1.    The first destination point is Kakani where the sightseers can observe majestic mountain range of Ganesh Himal, Manaslu, Annapurna and Langtang while ambling around the Kakani forest. 
2.    The second terminus point is Shivapuri Village which offers to explore Village, encounter local inhabits, Bird Watching and cinematography, isolation or relaxation. 
3.    The another destination pint is Nagarkot, where you will relish early sunrise view and mesmeric Himalayan mountain range like Mt. Everest, Dhaulagiri, Annapurna, Manasalu, Ganesh Himal, Lantang Lirung, Mt Shisa Pangma and Mt Gaurishankar. 
4.    And the last ending point of the trek is Namo Buddha, 3 hours walk from Dhulikhel located at hill above panauti. This place offers visitors to view the enchanting stupa. The stupa or pilgrims tells the anecdote related to the life of Gautam Budhha.. 

 

Duration: 6 days
Standard: Easy
Min. Altitude: 1400 m. 
Max. Altitude: 2729m.
Types of Trek:  Lodge Trek
Accommodation: Tea House



•    Chandragiri - Matatirtha Trek (6 hours):
The Chandragiri hiking is also regarded as one of the best place to visit in Kathmandu valley and the finest trekking area. 
1.    The trek begins from Matatirtha Temple or a hotel. The nature makes individual feel calm and comfortable by watching the majestic mountains like Ganesh and Langtang. 
2.    Then the visitors will walk for 3 hours flights of steps to Chhap Bhanjyang at 2275m amidst the local community, woodland and can taste the local teas and coffees which is seasonal. 
3.     And the final destination is Chandragiri Hill which is situated at 2729 m, where one can enjoy outstanding mountains view of Mt. Api, Saipal to Everest, Makalu, Kanchanjunga Manaslu, Ganesh Himal, Langtang himal, Dorje Lakpa and Gaurishankar. 

Grade: Easy
Trek start Elevation: 1650 m.
Highest Elevation: 2729 m.
Best time: Four season (Except Monsoon).
Mode of Trek: Day hiking
Trek Duration:  6-7 hours walking.

Details About Pokhara Nepal

Pokhara: Paradise City


Pokhara is Sub-Metropolitan City which is the largest city after Kathmandu valley. Pokhara has an exclusive, irreplaceable and several tourism attractions and is the hub for the visitors holidaying at the serene place with enthralling backdrops.  Pokhara is an incredible place of natural beauty of the countryside which is sited at an altitude of 827m from the sea level and 200km west of Kathmandu valley, the city is known as a center of adventure. The Pokhara is a land of splendid natural beauty capped by majestic mountains, pristine and shimmering lakes, vivacious green hills, narrow alleys, local villages and warm hearted inhabitants. The fascinating city proffers various magnificent lakes, sunrise from Sarangkot, waterfall, white peace gumba (Peace Stupa), caves, museums and exquisite panoramic views of Himalayan Range (Dhaulagiri, Annapurna, Machhapuchre and Manaslu) which fills the place with magic. Once you depart from this paradise city, you will yearn for Himalayan breeze kissing your cheeks, happy little kids on the streets, friendly peoples and the grandeurs morning sun shine right in-front of your face. Currently,  the paradise city has not only developed into the trekking and other adventurous sports destinations but also a place to relax, chill out  and enjoy the beautiful scenes of the landscapes.  There are many things to do and observe in Pokhara valley which we have included in our Nepal tour packages. Here are the lists:


•    Sarangkot:
Sarangkot is the extremely popular tourist destination where the an individual can witness the magnificent  view of the Pokhara Valley and range of mountains located on the outskirts of Pokhara city at 1592m high. 
1.    It presents Pokhara’s wonderful views of the Annapurna Range at dawn or dusk due and one can see the beautiful pink and orange hues the mountain range takes on.  Similarly, the visitor can observe Dhaulagiri and Machhapuchhare. 
2.    Paragliding is done from Sarangkot. 


•    Peace Temple :
Pokhara Shanti Stupa or a Peace pagoda is a Buddhist shrine located at a hilltop in Ananda hill which was constructed by Nipponzan-Myōhōji monk Morioka Sonin with the help of local peoples under the guidance of Nichidatsu Fujii, a Buddhist monk and the founder of Nipponzan-Myōhōji. 
1.    This pagoda is constructed as a symbol of peace. 
2.    It is situated at height of 1100 meters. 
3.    One can see pokhara valley plainly. 


•    Fewa Lake:
Fewa Lake second largest lake in Nepal located at pokhara valley which covers an areas of about 4.43 sq. km and has an average depth of around 8.6 m.
1.    It is a major attraction to the one’s who loves natural beauty. The boats can be rented along the shoreline on an hourly basis and we recommend this activity in your Nepal tour package.
2.    The Annapurna Range and the Dhaulagiri Range loom in a distance. On a perfectly calm day, the mountains are mirrored on the surface of the lake. Away from the shore, the water is clean and deep and the dense forest along the south side of the lake is rich in wildlife.


•    International Mountain Museum:
The International Mountain Museum (IMM) which was built by Nepal Mountaineering Association (NMA) with the help of various associations and clubs. The museum depicts archives documents and display the activities that are related to mountains and mountaineering in the world. 


•    Begnas Lake:
Begnas Taal (Lake) is situated at leknath, pokhara which covers an area of 3 square kilometer. The lake is pristine, crystal clear waters which is clean and peaceful.


•    Binda Basini Temple:
Situated in the northern part of the beautiful lake city of Nepal is the temple of Bindabasini. Located near the busy Old Bazzar of Pokhara, the temple of Bindabasini stands proudly at about 3000 feet above the sea level along the Annapurna and Machhapuhhare Himalayan Range. Bindabasini temple, the temple of the guardian deity is of great religious value to the Hindus living in Pokhara.


•    Gupteshwor Cave:
The famous cave includes a huge pillar which is worshipped as a Shiva lingam. The ticket allows you to clamber through a tunnel behind the shrine, emerging in a damp cavern adjacent to the thundering waters of Devi’s fall.


•    Mahendra Cave or Bat Cave:
This cave is termed after the name of the Late king Mahendra Bir Bikram Shah Dev. The visitors can observe several statues of gods and goddess.  The electricity is provided throughout the cave and additional torch and emergency lights can be taken for the convenience. The cave is also inhabited by bats. 


•    Devi’s Fall:
The water forms an underground tunnel after reaching the bottom. This tunnel is approximately 500 feet (150 m) and runs 100 feet below ground level. On 31 July 1961, a Swiss couple Davi went swimming but the woman drowned in a pit because of the overflow. Her body was recovered 3 days later in river Phusre.

Details About Chitwan Nepal

Chitwan: Jungle Safari City


Chitwan a heavenly place situated in dominant portion of Nepal and is the third tourism district in Nepal. The safari city is a unique, peace and unobstructed traces of Terai region which is drawn out over the hills of Nepal. It is a city occupied with terai people and their culture, principles and a renowned destination point to travel around. Chitwan is one of the utmost venerated cities for wildlife doings such as jungle safari, elephant ride, visiting national park, elephant bathing, canoeing, sight-seeing, trekking in local villages, Tharu cultural show and many more. The visitors can observe rare birds and animals in Chitwan. 

Chitwan’s National Park is the chief fascination in the region and is a world heritage property.  This park is considered as the best national park of Nepal, and is also the most developed one. Elephant Breeding Center, birds and animal watching, flora and fauna, Crocodile Farm must see in the National park. Chitwan national park presents travelers with an opportunity of a life time to see Royal Bengal tigers, one-horned rhinos, deer’s and various species of birds and butterflies. The Resorts and lodges are easily accessible in the region. The Chitwan National Park has a history of over 3 decades in park management and a rich experience in resolving conflicts between the park and the people. It is a rich natural area in the Terai, the subtropical southern part of Nepal. A total of 68 species of mammals, 544 species of birds, 56 species of herbs to fauna and 126 species of fish have been recorded in the park. 
There are many things to do and see in Chitwan which you can find in most of our Nepal tour packages. Here goes the list: 


•    Elephant Ride (Visit Chitwan, Ride Elephant) 
The elephant ride or safari is done in Chitwan National Park area and it is the safest way to enter the jungle while the visitors can spot wildlife from up close. The visitors can pass in through the dense forest of park area and observe animals and birds from close proximity during the elephant ride. The ride is very thrilling and overwhelming to pass along through the forest listening to the sound of wildlife’s. 
1.    Four persons can ride an elephant at one time who are seated high on the back of a trained elephant exploring the grassland and core area of the park. 
2.    The visitor can spot one-horned rhinoceros. 
3.     They generally last between 1 and 1.5 hours. Elephant jungle tours usually have three times and it cost between 800-1000 rupees. Camel Ride


•    Jungle Safari (Jeep)
Jeep Safari is a breathtaking drive on an open top jeep into the intense forest of jungle to carefully see the wildlife’. Jeep Safari provides qualified safety from wild animals. This is one of the popular activity in our Nepal tour packages
1.    Drive in to the heart of the park for a good chance to spot the rear species in the jungle.  
2.    The visitor get to observe the Crocodile Breeding Center. 
3.    The center is housed with a numbers of breeding and hatching pounds and rear the animal until they are ready for release in the wild.


•    Bish Haajar Taal Trip:
Bish Hazari (20 Thousand) lake is situated in the southern part of Bharatpur, Chitwan which is very fascinating for the bird’s lovers and equally to crocodile lovers.  
1.    The meaning of Bish Hajari is Twenty Thousand (20,000). And the reason to call it Bish Hajar is there are lots of small and big lakes and its counting is too much, more than thousand so it is called 20,000 Lake. 
2.    Some wild animals especially crocodiles and rhinos are found often near Bish Hajari Taal. Different birds migrate to Bish Hajar Taal from the Northern Pole of the earth in search of Suitable environment. 


•    Jungle Walk/Safari:
Jungle walk is one the audacious, exciting and entertaining activity and the visitor can walk through the jungle around the natural beauty.
1.    While ambling through forest the safety is provided to the visitors. The danger is always prevalent with wild animals as people encounter with elephants and rhinoceros.
2.    The guides take the tourist for 5 to 10 km walk at one time providing an opportunity to see the wild animals and birds. 


•    Bird Watching:
Chitwan National Park is also one of the terminus point for bird’s watching. Bird’s lovers can witness numerous species of rare birds such as Giant Hornbill, Lesser Florican and Paradise Flycatcher are found in Chitwan. The Chitwan National Park is one of the beautiful area in the world to witness and study various rare bird species.  The bird’s watcher are provided with binoculars and camera. 


•    Elephant Breeding Center:
In elephant breeding center the guide will clarify about the character, nature and habits of elephants. This breeding center was established in 1985 situated at Sauraha for the captive breeding of domesticated elephant for domestication. 
1.    The Elephant breeding center was set up to protect the endangered elephants in the region. There are often many baby elephants there and a small museum. 
2.    The center is walkable from Sauraha but it will take 1 hour depending on the heat and road conditions. 
3.    Entrance prices are 50/60 rupees for a foreigner (westerner), 25 SAARC, 10 Nepalese while the opening hours is from 6am to 6pm.


•    Tharu Village Tour:
The village tour is famous for special watching of the Tharu culture while the visitors enjoy to amble around the local villages to observe their lifestyle, culture and activities of the Tharu community. The Tharu community is popular for their traditional principles. 
1.    A selection can be done between walk or Tonka ride for village tour. The guide will lead you the way. 
2.    Experience the uniquely placed culture of the Tharu people relish what their culture is like in the Tharu Village Museum in the heart of Sauraha Bachhauli. 
3.    The Tharu people also show their cultural dance to the visitors.


•    Pilgrimage Trip of Chitwan:
There are various Pilgrimages locations in Chitwan chiefly for Hindu and Buddhist in addition chitwan have very popular rivers and temples placed in the bank of River. 
1.    Devghat which lies in Chitwan and Tanahun is located in the bank of Gandaki River.
2.    Harihar Mandir and Shiva Mandir located in the bank of Narayani Mandir.
3.     Bikram Baba located in the bank of Rapti River.
4.    Maulakalika Mandir


•    Crocodile Hatching Farm (Gharial Breeding Centre)
Gharial Breeding Center is situated at Chitwan National Park for the preservation and protection of rare crocodiles known as Gharials or Mugars. 
1.    In the Centre, the eggs are kept under heating lamps to maintain an appropriate temperature.
2.     After about 3 months, the baby gharials break their leathery eggshells to start a new life. 
3.    They remain in the pools of the Centre until they reach the age of about 4 years after which they are released into the wild.


•    Observation Tower:
The observation tower in Chitwan is about 22 feet high wooden tower built in the major site of the park which allows the visitor to witness the animals, birds and natural beauty of the city. To reach the tower, the visitor can take a short walk. It is also possible to sleep on the balcony in front of the rooms to be closer to the action and feel at one with the different sounds of the jungle


•    Cycling:
The visitor can ride cycle and travel around the corners of the safari city witnessing the beauty of nature and watching rare animals and birds found in the city. 


•    Trekking 
1.    Chepang Hills (1945) :
The hill Trekking (1945m) is situated on Mahabharat range north from Chitwan National Park which provides the visitor with the splendid views of the Himalayan range like Rolwaling, Dorje Lakpa, Manaslu, Himchuli, Annapurna, Gaurishankar,  Langtang and Dhaulagiri rare and magnificent sunrise and sunset. The inhabitants in that village are nomad people who shares different cultural experiences compare to other community.  The trekking is short and exciting.


•    Canoeing at Rapti river
The visitor’s can board on canoe ride along the Rapti River inside the Chitwan National Park provides an opportunity to take a close view of crocodiles and other wild animals. The terminus point from canoeing ride is Jagatpur, 18 km down streams from Sauraha. A journey down the Rapti River in a foxhole canoe provides an individual the chance to quietly observe the exotic species of birds and animal that come for sip at the water’s edge. During the Canoeing you can see the rare species of birds, reptiles and more on wetland.


•    Paragliding:
1.    Dechuli Chitwan:
The best place in Nepal for camping and tandem flights.


•    Elephant shows and games:
The visitor in the Chitwan (Sauraha, Meghauli, Bandipur) are entertained with the thrilling, exciting and entertaining Elephant game shows. The most awaited and anticipated games watched by many people is Elephant Race, Elephant Football, Elephant Polo and Elephant Dramas.

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Lumbini: Birthplace of Buddha


Lumbini is situated in the south-western Nepal, at Rupandehi district which is the birthplace of Lord Buddha aka Siddhartha Gautam (The star of Asia and symbol of peace) and heart of zillions of people all over the world. It embraces quite a lot of aides-memoires of Lord Buddha and is bestowed by beautiful landscapes and is the ultimate pilgrimage site for Buddhist. The main site is known as Lumbini Development Zone which is sealed in by a perimeter fence. The restaurants, hotels, lodge, communication and transportation facility is easily accessible to the visitor’s. Lumbini has a number of temples and shrines, monasteries and several others which are still under construction. Many monuments, monasteries and a museum, the Lumbini International Research Institute are also located within the holy site. Also located there is the Puskarini or Holy Pond where the Buddha's mother took the ritual dip prior to his birth and where he, too, had his first bath. At other sites near Lumbini, earlier Buddhas were, according to tradition, born, achieved ultimate Enlightenment and finally relinquished their earthly forms. Many visitor’s just amble around the holy site but a person can devote two days in travelling and sightseeing the beautiful place. Find some research done by National Geographic

There are many things to do and see in Lumbini. 

•    Maya Devi Temple:
The Mayadevi temple is the sacred temple and the reservoir nearby are part of the sacred complex. The visitor’s need to buy a ticket for entering the temple. 
1.    There are two lovely panels in the temple, the older one in stone and the other in marble. Both panels show Mayadevi holding the Sal tree and the young prince emerging out of her right side. 
2.     Outside the temple is a reservoir whose water glistens in the faint sun, the gentle breeze creating endless ripples. 
3.    The Queen Mahamaya had her bath before the delivery and gave birth to Prince Siddhartha who had his first purification bath.


•    Ashoka Pillar:
Three hundred years after the Mahaparinirvana, Emperor Ashoka visited Lumbini and erected a pillar there. This pillar which is broken, still stay put at the place. 
It is known as the Rummendei pillar after the former given name of the place. Today it is recognized as Rupandehi. 
1.    It was built in the year 259BC, this pillar was built by King Ashok, who was Buddhist. When he constructed this pillar, the King exempted the villagers from paying tax and gave out 100 golden coins to the people.
2.     In the seventh century, the pillar was struck by lightning and split into two parts. The site was lost for six centuries and covered with dense forest before being re found in 1895. 
3.    The place was cleared and the pillar reconstructed.


•    Kapilvastu:
Kapilvastu is Located some 27 km west of Lumbini that lies the ruins of historic town.
1.    This District was a part of the ancient Shakya Kingdom ruled by King Suddhodana who was the father of Gautama Buddha. 
2.    Also, the place is believed to have been associated with different important episodes: there are ruins and mounds of old stupas and monasteries made of kiln-fired bricks and clay mortar. The remains are surrounded by a moat and the walls of the city are made of bricks. 
3.    In fact, the city of Kapilvastu is constructed on such a grand scale that it is not hard to picture it as a seat of high culture, region with biodiversity, archaeological and historical monuments that has been proposed to be enlisted in the list of World Cultural Heritage of UNESCO.


•    Lumbini Crane Sanctuary:
The Lumbini Crane sanctuary is being built for the protection and breeding of endangered cranes in this area.  It’s an interesting place to visit.
1.    There’s no formal entrance or admission fee to enter the crane sanctuary.
2.    A joint effort between Nepalese Crane Conservationists and International Crane Foundation, USA was initiated in 1989 to study the status of Sarus Crane in Nepal.
3.     The visitor can see rare cranes stalking amidst the fields. They are the tallest flying bird (5.5 feet tall) and are globally endangered species.


•    Myanmar Golden Temple:
The Myanmar Golden Temple is one of the oldest structures in the compound. This place is highly recommend to the visitor’s for a short stop.
1.    There are three prayer halls – the most impressive is topped by a corncob-shaped shikhara (tower), styled after the temples of Bagan. 
2.    Within the temple grounds is the nearby is the Lokamani Pula Pagoda, a huge gilded stupa in the southern Burmese style, inspired by the Shwedagon Paya in Yangon.


•    Lumbini Monastery:
1.    Korean Monastery
2.    Tibetan Buddhist Monastery: This classic Tibetan-style gompa was built in 2001 by Buddhists from Singapore and Nepal. The mural work inside is quite refined and a gigantic stupa under construction next door appears almost finished.
3.    Gautami Num's Temple: Gautami Num's Temple is the only monastery in the compound built for female worshippers.
4.    Zhong Hua Chinese Buddhist Monastery: This elegant monastery is one of the most impressive structures at Lumbini. Reached through a gateway flanked by Confucian deities, the elegant pagoda-style monastery looks like something from the Forbidden City.
5.    Royal Thai Buddhist Monastery


•    The Great Lotus Stupa, German Monastery
The truly extravagant stupa is one of the most beautiful buildings in lumbini which was constructed by the German Tara Foundation. 
1.    The domed ceiling of the main prayer room is covered in Buddhist murals. This stupa is not only religiously important but also carries history with it.
2.     The stupa was built under the guidance and supervision of two great Rinpoche’s. 
3.    One can see the beautiful combinations of gold, wood and carvings. The roof of the stupa has the carving of a few Buddhist teachings that spreads the message of non-violence and world peace.
4.    One can see regular studies and practices of Yoga and meditation being carried on by the Rinpoche’s in this stupa. It is believed that the Rinpoche’s, who run and take care of the Stupa, have to stay in the premises and continue preaching.


•    The sacred garden: 
It is the beautiful area around the Asoka pillar where you can spend time in peace relaxing and wondering around. 
1.    The main archaeological site, where the Mayadevi Shrine was located is being excavated. 
2.    So far archaeologists have found many items from there of which two are very significant: Marker stone of the Buddha’s birth spot and an oldest terracotta image of the Buddha when he was about to leave palace in search of Enlightenment. These archaeological items are kept in the temporary archaeological office at the site.


•    The eternal flame of Lumbini:
This Eternal Flame Symbolizing Peace was lit by the Chairman of the Lumbini Development Trust, His Royal Highness Prince Gyanendra Bir Bikram Shah on the occasion of the international year of peace 1986, on the 1st of November 1986. An eternal flame is a flame, lamp or torch that burns continuously for an indefinite period. 


•    World Peace Pagoda:
Located outside the main compound, but easily accessible by bike, the impressive gleaming white World Peace Pagoda was constructed by Japanese Buddhists at a cost of US$1 million. 
1.    The shining golden statue depicts the Buddha in the posture he assumed when he was born. Near the base of the stupa is the grave of a Japanese monk murdered by anti-Buddhist extremists during the construction of the monument. 
2.    All most all peace pagodas built since World War II have been built under the guidance of Nichidatsu Fujii (1885–1985) who is a Buddhist monk from Japan and founder of the Nipponzan-Myōhōji Buddhist Order. 
3.    He was greatly inspired by his meeting with Mahatma Gandhi in 1931 and decided to devote his life to promoting non-violence. In 1947, he began constructing Peace Pagodas as shrines to World peace.


•    Lumbini Invitation 365
It is the name of the restaurant situated in Lumbini which is very popular restaurant which is recognized by its former name 'Fusain Garden'. The new owners have kept the extensive menu ranging from burgers and pancakes to momos, though as usual the Nepali thali is probably the best value meal and a best place to quench your thirst. 
1.    The restaurant serves excellent food, the ambience is beautiful and suggested by many visitors.