Nepal Tour Package From Mumbai

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Nepal Tour Package From Mumbai

Highlights Nepal Tour Package

Enjoy a revitalising respite in nature while enjoying the Himalayan peaks’ reflections in Pokhara’s Phewa Lake.

During your thrilling safari in Chitwan National Park, experience shivers as you hear the Royal Bengal Tiger’s thunderous scream coming from the jungle.

As you enter the Gupteshwar Cave, take in the peaceful ambiance and be in awe of the stunning rock formations.

From Sarangkot, observe one of the most breathtaking sunsets of your life as the sun’s rays turn the Himalayan peaks into shades of gold.

As you stroll through the crowded Pokhara market, indulge your taste buds with some of Nepal’s regional specialties.

Nepal Tour Package From Mumbai
Day-wise Itinerary

Day 1 Arrival in Nepal

As you enter Nepal, complete the formalities at the border. Continue travelling by road to Pokhara. Your drive today will be beautiful as you pass through lovely woodlands and gorgeous valley vistas. When you get to Pokhara, you can relax the rest of the day. Spend the night in a hotel in Pokhara.

Day 2 Sightseeing in Pokhara | Admire the Annapurna Peak from diffrent angles

Prepare to tour Pokhara in the morning after breakfast. Start by going to the scenic Phewa Lake, which is bordered by the Annapurna range's snow-capped peaks. You might choose to take a boat ride to the Barahi temple, which is situated on an island in the middle of the lake (at your own cost). The Bindabasini Temple, which is devoted to the Hindu goddess Durga, the city of Pokhara's chosen protector deity, is the oldest temple in the Pokhara Valley. Visit Devi's Falls later; it is often referred to as the underground waterfall since it digs a 500-foot tunnel into the ground to reach its base. Furthermore, the holy Gupteshwar Cave, which has a Shiv Lingam inside of it, is connected to the downstream of Devi's waterfall. As you go around the caves and take in their rock patterns, you'll experience a sensation of calm. The rest of the evening can be spent relaxing by the lake, shopping at nearby boutiques, or savouring some mouthwatering regional specialties. If you look at the scenery of the Annapurna and Machhapuchhre mountain range, you might desire to stay in Nepal. Return to the Pokhara hotel where you will spend the night.

Day 3 Transfer to Sarangkot | Marvel at the postcard perfect Himalayan Views

After breakfast at the Pokhara hotel, take the shuttle to Sarangkot. Visit the International Mountain Museum before going to Sarangkot to learn some fascinating facts about the climbing community. Later, start your drive to, which is only 10 kilometres from Pokhara and takes 30 minutes to accomplish. Spend some time becoming acquainted with Sarangkot after arriving. Head to the Himalayan View Tower in the evening to take in a stunning Himalayan sunset. Beautiful views of the Manaslu Mountain Ranges, the Annapurna, Dhaulagiri, and the Pokhara Valley can be had from this viewing tower. Once you've enjoyed yourself, head back to the hotel. Spend the night at the Sarangkot hotel.

Day 4 Sarangkot to Chitwan | En route visit the Manokamana temple

Take your transfer to Chitwan after breakfast at your Sarangkot hotel. You can stop by the Manakamana temple, which is home to the goddess who grants wishes, on the way there. Since the temple is up on a hill, you can take a quick cable car ride there. Continue your drive to Chitwan National Park later on. This is one of Asia's top wildlife reserves, covering 360 square miles of tall grasslands and forests and supporting a diverse population of mammals, birds, and endangered species, including many. Nestled at the base of the Himalayas, Chitwan is home to one of the last populations of single-horned Asiatic rhinoceroses and one of the Bengal Tiger's last refuges. It also has a particularly rich variety of plants and animals. Your drive today will be beautiful as you pass through lovely woodlands and gorgeous valley vistas. Sarangkot is about 170 km from Chitwan, so the drive there will take about 6 hours. When you get to Chitwan, you can relax the rest of the day. Spend the night in a hotel in Chitwan.

Day 5 Adventure Day | Jungle Activities in Chitwan National Park

Awaken to a lovely morning filled with the sound of chirping birds and fresh air. Prepare for some of the jungle activities by eating a big breakfast in the hotel. In the National Park, you may experience an exhilarating jeep/elephant safari (at your own cost). Additionally, go on nature walks, birdwatching expeditions, or boat rides through the forest to discover Chitwan's unusual fauna. Once you've finished exploring the jungle, head back to your Chitwan accommodation. Rest of the day is yours to do as you like. Spend the night in a hotel in Chitwan.

Day 6 Chitwan to Gorakhpur | Depart with happy memories

The hotel serves a great breakfast when you awaken. Start your return trip to Home later; this trip to Nepal comes to an end.

Nepal Tour Package From Mumbai
Inclusions & Exclusions 

Whats Included
  • Accommodation on double sharing basis with Breakfast 
  • All sightseeing by private Cab, as per itinerary
  • All applicable taxes on accommodation
  • All toll taxes/driver’s allowance/fuel charges etc.
Whats Excluded
  • Airfare
  • Personal expenses
  • Anything not mentioned in inclusions
  • Applicable peak season surcharges
  • Christmas, New Year surcharges
  • GST &TCS
  • Travel insurance
Nepal Tour Package From Mumbai

Nestled in the Himalayas between China and India, Nepal is a charming kingdom. The nation has an unusually diversified topography for such a tiny area, containing eight of the top ten tallest mountains in the world. Folklore in Nepal is frequently depicted through dance and music, and the people are friendly when it comes to sharing their customs. Nepal’s secluded position has kept the culture mostly untouched by foreign influences, despite the steady rise in tourism.


Yes. At the Nepal border or upon arrival in Kathmandu, visitors can acquire a visa for Nepal. A 15-day multiple entry visa costs $25 and must be paid in USD.


Your trip season and destination will all play a role. Nepal is a traditionally conservative nation. We advise guests to avoid donning outfits that are overly short, tight, or exposed. In the Kathmandu valley, cotton fabrics that are medium-weight and simple to clean are advised all year long. Additionally, we advise woollen sweaters, coats, and other warm clothing from October to February. Bring along a pair of cosy walking shoes, such sandals and sneakers. In sacred places and places of worship, both men and women may be expected to cover their heads. There will be a list of suggested clothing items and equipment for trekking and adventure routes.


It actually depends on your travel season, destination, and activities. After learning more about your preferences, our location consultants will suggest specific travel schedules. Typically, September through November and February through April are the best months. From June to August is monsoon season.


Nepal is a typically safe country with a low crime rate. Following the 2008 elections, which marked the country’s transition into a secular republic, there are certain safety worries. Stay away from protests, rallies, and other public gatherings. Please take precautions when travelling abroad and be mindful of your surroundings. When travelling alone, use caution and ask your guide or agent about the safe and risky parts of the city. Additionally, always make sure your wallets are in enclosed pockets and your purse is zippered. Keep an eye out for distraction scams and pickpockets at the marketplaces. Additionally, please keep an eye on your bags at all times while visiting airports and train/bus terminals.

On many of the main trekking routes, armed Maoists are present and demand a “tax” before letting trekkers pass. Trekkers


The official tongue is Nepali. It is written in the Devengari script and has Sanskrit roots. In urban areas, the majority of people speak English. Different ethnic groups speak their own languages in the villages.

Nepal Tour Package From Mumbai
Tour Dates

1, 8, 5, 15, 22

5, 12, 19, 26

5, 12, 19, 26

2, 9, 16, 23, 30

7, 14, 21, 28

4, 11, 18, 25

2, 9, 16, 23, 30

6, 13, 20, 27 

3, 10, 17, 24

1, 8, 15, 22, 298

6, 13, 20, 27

4, 11, 18, 25

Customers Reviews & Testimonials

This was my first trip to Nepal, and I must say that it was fantastic. I visited the Monkey Temple in Kathmandu, Pasupatinath, and a few Darbar Squares, all of which are incredible historical sites in Nepal. I also really enjoyed Pokhara, where the Fewa Lake and mountain views from the World Peach Pagoda were. I trekked to the south base camp of Annapurna, and I'll never forget the mountains, the sunrise, the waterfalls, the people, or their cheerful expressions. The porter was fantastic and always willing to carry my bags, and the guide was extremely knowledgeable. It is safe to travel to and visit Nepal.

Dilip Singh


An incredible hiking trip in Nepal was made possible. We endured snow, hail, rain, and sun while being overcome by fatigue and physical ache but remaining steadfast in our resolve. He was incredibly understanding, supportive, helpful, and adaptable. Being first-timers to Nepal and not knowing what to anticipate, it was ideal for our group. The vacation was made much better by his thorough planning and excellent porters! Strongly advised!

Dinesh Rathod


We are a group of five. I recently finished a Mardi Himal Trek with B Trekking Nepal, and it was an amazing experience. It will be simple to locate the manager and guide since they will be picking us up at the TIA airport. As soon as we arrive in Kathmandu, they give us a thorough orientation, and the following day, we visit the stupa at Bhoudhnath, the monkey temple, and other breathtaking sites in the Kathmandu Valley. On that day, we have a tour guide.



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