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Glimpse of Grandeur Nepal

Experience Nepal in Comfort

Tour Information

Nepal is a landlocked country located in South Asia, with an area of 147,181 Square Kilometer. It is located in the Himalayas and bordered to the north by China and to the south, east, and west by India.

On arrival, one can already experience the beauty of diverse culture, landscapes, and authentic hospitality of Nepal, which not only makes Nepal a unique travel destination, but it is a majestic theatre to enjoy inevitable - local and natural - beauties. The greetings, signature smiles of locals, and hospitality offered here welcome and follows you wherever you decide to visit.

This tour offers opportunities to visit world heritage sites like Patan Durbar Square, and Bhaktapur Durbar Square, which is, also, the founding pillars of this country. Kathmandu, the capital city of Nepal, is also known as the city of Temples and Festivals. In the Kathmandu Valley, Hinduism and Buddhism have lived next to each other’s patios since the foundation of Buddhism. Not to forget, Lord Buddha was born in Nepal, therefore, pious temples, like Boudhanath, and Pashupatinath is included in the tour.

Within an hour drive away from the capital city, guest can witness varieties in diverse culture and landscapes. For instance, driving from Kathmandu to Kurintar - guest will find themselves surrounded by green hills overlooking the Trishuli River, Chitwan for authentic wildlife safari, Bandipur - a friendly historic city that loves and is proud of protecting the medieval values, and finally Pokhara - the city that nestles in the lap of royal mountains like Annapurna - 8091 m and Mt. Fishtail - 6997m, and floats above the beautiful lake, Phewa Lake.

Itinerary Overview

Day 1 Arrival in Kathmandu
Day 2 Sightseeing Tour - Bhaktapur City, Panauti City & Boudhanath
Day 3 Sightseeing Tour – Patan Museum, Golden Temple, and Pharping
Day 4 Morning Prayer at the monastery and drive to Kurintar
Day 5 Welcome to the land of rhinos, Chitwan
Day 6 Jungle Adventure in Chitwan National Park
Day 7 Drive from Chitwan to Bandipur
Day 8 Hike to Ramkot with Guide & Packed Lunch
Day 9 Drive from Bandipur to Pokhara
Day 10 Excursion in Sarangkot and Boating in Phewa Lake
Day 11 Free day in Pokhara for Individual activities
Day 12 Flight to Kathmandu & Sightseeing Tour to Pashupatinath
Day 13 Free day in Kathmandu – A Day on your own
Day 14 Departure


What's Included?
  • Service of 01 English Speaking Tour leader for the whole trip (from the group of 06 pax onwards only in Fixed Departure  group tours)
  • Local guides for sightseeing at all places (for a group of 01 – 05 pax and Private group departures)
  • All land transportation as per group size by private vehicle
  • Sightseeing tours with entrance fees to Bhaktapur, Boudha, Panauti, Patan Durbar Square, Golden Temple, Patan Museum
  • 01 Lunch with local family at Panauti Homestay
  • 04 Nights Twin/Double room sharing hotel accommodation at Hotel Traditional Comfort, Kathmandu  on BB basis
  • 01 Night Twin/Double room sharing hotel accommodation at Neydo Monastery Hotel – Pharping on MAP basis  (Breakfast  and Dinner)
  • 01 Night Twin/double room sharing hotel accommodation at Brigend’s Bend – Kurintar on MAP basis (Breakfast and Dinner)
  • 02 Night and 03 Days package  program  of  Barahi  Jungle  Lodge including accommodation, 3 meals per day, jungle activities such as elephant  ride, jungle walk, elephant  washing, village walking tours, cultural dance program, bird watching tours and entrance fees to Chitwan National Park.
  • 02 Nights Twin/Double room sharing hotel accommodation in Hotel Old Inn – Bandipur  on BB basis
  • Hiking to Ramkot with guide and packed lunch
  • 03 Nights Twin/Double room sharing hotel accommodation at Temple Tree Resort on BB basis
  • Excursion to Sarangkot, World Peace Stupa & boating in Phewa Lake as per itinerary
  • Flight ticket from Pokhara to Kathmandu
  • Entrance fees to Pashupatinath Temple
  • 06 Course dinner at Krishnarpan Restaurant at Dwarika’s Hotel
  • 01 mineral water bottle per person per day
What's Excluded?
  • All meals which are not mentioned as included in the package
  • Expenses of personal nature
  • Bar bills, Internet facilities
  • Tips & Gratuities
  • Additional Expenses which may arise due to circumstances beyond control of RMT such as landslides, strikes, delays, flight delays etc


13 Breakfast, 04 Lunches, 05 Dinners


Please allow USD 200.00  – USD 300.00  (approx)  for additional meals which are not included in the package. Breakfast in More...


13 Breakfast, 04 Lunches, 05 Dinners


Please allow USD 200.00  – USD 300.00  (approx)  for additional meals which are not included in the package. Breakfast in hotels of Kathmandu, Bandipur, Chitwan  & Kurintar will be serving plentiful varieties of courses. We would also like to emphasize that the Homestays that we are using have been trained and prepared to make good and delicious meals in a very hygienic environment. We have encouraged them to use as much of local products, vegetables, and other items to prepare a meal so that all meals are very fresh and organic also. Since locals of all communities are used to taking water directly from the tap or nearby rivulets,  we would like to encourage all travellers to bring their own drinking water bottle, purifying tablets or equipment.


Every group will be lead  by our well experienced, professional English Speaking

Nepalese  Guide. Our guides are well-trained to lead every type of groups.


Accommodation throughout the tour will be in comfortable hotels with all modern amenities.  Rooms will be either twin bed or double bed as per your requirement. Accommodation at Pharping will be at the Monastery where you will be hosted by local monk’s community.  You will be having your breakfast at the hotels and lunch during sightseeing at local restaurants suggested by your guide on direct pay basis except for lunch at Panauti, Bandipur  (during  Ramkot hike) and Chitwan. Whereas one dinner will be at Neydo Monastery,  one at Summit  River Lodge another at Krishna Arpan and dinner at Chitwan – Barahi Jungle lodge is included in the program, rest are on a direct pay basis.


Depending on the group size, the trip will run in a private vehicle.


It is essential that you take out comprehensive travel insurance prior to your travel. Your travel insurance must provide cover against personal accident, medical expenses,  emergency evacuation and expatriation (including helicopter evacuation) and personal liability. We also recommend that it cover cancellation, curtailment and loss of luggage and personal effects.


There are no specific health requirements for entry into Nepal. However, you should consult your doctor for up-to-date information regarding vaccinations, and medications for any reasonably foreseeable  illnesses whilst travelling in Nepal. Be aware that some drugs, including antimalarials, have side effects at altitude. Please discuss this carefully with your doctor. Please be aware that we travel in remote areas and away from medical facilities for some time during this trip. We strongly recommend that you carry a personal First Aid kit as well as sufficient quantities of any personal medical requirements (including a spare pair of glasses).


The highest altitude in the suggested program is 1592 m high at Sarangkot, Pokhara whereas lowest is 415m at Chitwan.


Nepal has a generally temperate climate,  however, altitude makes distinct variations. The monsoon sweeps up from India each summer, making mid-June  to mid-September humid and wet. Changing global weather patterns have had their effect on the Himalayan climate and mountain weather is notoriously Changeable. Always be prepared for a change in conditions and note that if severe or dangerous weather conditions occur your guide’s decision on any course of action is final. Winter (November-February) It is cold and you will need to be prepared, but the air is very clear providing the best

Mountain views. Spring  (March-May)  Days are increasingly warm and the rhododendrons are in bloom. Mist and clouds are not uncommon. Summer (June- August) The monsoon season. It will rain every day, although generally in the evening and night.  The hills turn lush and green and at higher elevations the

Alpine plants will bloom. Autumn  (September-November) The most pleasant trekking season where days are warm, but not hot; there is little chance of snow and skies are clear.


You will get a unique code after submitting your online visa application. Based on this code, upon arrival in Nepal, the immigration office will grant you visa with required Visa Amount.Please note it is your responsibilities to arrange visas before you travel to Nepal. Very recently Government of Nepal has started online visa application process. You have to fill the online visa form through the website, please visit: www.

Please note visa fee as below: (US dollars  cash  only)

Visa valid for 15 days – US $25

Visa valid for 30 days – US $40

Multiple entry Visa valid for 90 days – US $100


The best is to bring a mixture of cash in major currencies  – USD, CAD, EUR, AUD


It is customary in Asia to tip service providers such as waiters, at approximately

10%, depending on the service. Tipping is expected – though not compulsory – and shows an expression of satisfaction with the people who have assisted you on your tour.  There are several times during the trip where there is an opportunity to tip the local guides or drivers we use. Recommendations for tipping drivers and local guides would range from $1-$2 USD per person per day depending on the quality and length of the service. The amount is entirely a personal preference; however, as a guideline, $20-30 USD per person, per week can be used.

Packing for your Trip:

You will need to bring a comfortable medium sized daypack to carry the things you will need during the day. This should have a waist strap or (better) a padded waist belt.

  • Rain jacket or poncho
  • Running shoes or sandals for evening
  • Lightweight sweater/jacket
  • T-shirts – 2 or 3
  • Shirt – long-sleeved
  • Pants: lightweight long trousers
  • Hats – beanie with ear flaps or balaclava for nights  / peaked ‘French
  • Legionnaire’ style sun hat that  will give neck protection  during the day
  • Gloves (For winter season)
  • Binocular
  • Scarf
  • Underwear
  • Sunglasses
  • Sewing kit
  • Money belt
  • Torch / flashlight – headlamp style is ideal
  • Swiss Army Knife
  • First Aid Kit


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About Us

Royal Mountain Travel is a community for Adventure & Local Experience offering the best indigenous and community-oriented tours and treks in Nepal. Experience the authentic lifestyles of Himalayan civilizations and trek in some of the most unique landscapes on Earth with us.

Day 1

Arrival in Kathmandu

On arrival, after the customs clearance  at the arrival lounge, you will be received by our company’s representative.  On the way to the Hotel, our representative will brief you about  Nepal and general do’s & don’t, and the scheduled meeting  regarding the program. As we shall be holding your rooms at the Hotel Traditional Comfort, you may check-in at any time during the afternoon.

Overnight in Hotel Traditional Comfort

Meals – No meals included


Day 2

Sightseeing Tour - Bhaktapur City, Panauti City & Boudhanath

Bhaktapur  City:  An  important,    and  fascinating World   Heritage  Site, Bhaktapur City is made up of three large squares  filled with shrines, temples, and activities. Bhaktapur is an essential  Newari city with some of the finest architecture  in Nepal. In its heyday (14th-16th  centuries) Bhaktapur was the most powerful kingdom of the Kathmandu Valley and remained the capital for 300 years. Despite earthquakes and frequent rebuilding, Bhaktapur is one of the successful towns which has succeeded to retain the authentic medieval feel, where neighborhood still practice center old ponds or tanks  (built to store water for drinking, washing, and religious ceremonies) and performing it as a social focal point.

Local people in Bhaktapur are predominantly farmers and engaged in the traditional  handicrafts of pottery, metalwork, paintings  and wood crafting, which have been the major trade of the city and supported the city since its establishment  from the 12th century. Results of man-made  perfection not only did boost the economy of the city, but it converted the city into a service station; the major trade route between Tibet and India. Certainly, a fascinating place to explore!

Panauti  City and lunch with a Local Family: Panauti used to be a commercial hub during the medieval period, but now, it is very much at its ease. Panauti City is renowned for its well-preserved backwater, fascinating  and historic temples, and impressive Rana mansions built in Neoclassical Architecture.

There are three holy rivers in Panauti, Brahmayani, Roshi, and Punyabati. The name  of the town was derived from the holy river, Punyabati.  People of Panauti still operate under traditional beliefs, so if you are watching blacksmith working, then you are – also – witnessing  the centuries  old ‘living’ traditional values of Nepal. Traditional farmers and their beautiful rice terrace are other major highlights of Panauti.

Friendly City, Panauti celebrates diverse festivals with an enormous gusto. There are as many Buddhist Stupas as Hindu Temples in Panauti, both blended according to local’s artifacts.

Among many beautiful temples, related to either Hinduism or Buddhism,  Hindu Temple i.e. Indreshwor Mahadev (12-13 century), which has a single plinth base, pagoda type with three stories, three main gates & six tundals. The temple is dedicated to Shiva, the god of destruction  in the Hindu pantheon. The major, famous, festival that is celebrated only in 12 years is Makara Mela.

Boudhanath Stupa: Boudhanath  Temple is the center and most pious land for Tibetan background, living, in Nepal, but it envelopes equal respect from every Nepalese population. It is one of the largest stupas,  with the height of 36m, in the South Asia. The Stupa  is located  around  the area  of an ancient trade route for Tibetans, where Tibetan merchants took a rest and offered prayers for centuries.  Apparently, it is also a home for many Tibetan refugees, those who entered into Nepal in 1950s, and decided to live around Boudhanath.

Overnight in Hotel Traditional Comfort

Meals – Breakfast in Hotel Traditional Comfort

Lunch in Panauti Homestay


Day 3

Sightseeing Tour – Patan Museum, Golden Temple, and Pharping

Patan  Durbar Square: Patan City is surrounded  by a fascinating  array of temples, built in various architectural manners. Patan Durbar Square is a home of numerous temples like Krishna Mandir, Bhimsen Mandir, Taleju Bell, Bhai Dega and many more, which also display that Gods and Humans have always lived with each other since long-long time ago.

All the temples are decorated with masterpiece handicrafts, and according to the Newari architecture.  The City is built under Newari cultural perspectives, thus, the city holds the utter pride of Newar history.

Most of the monuments  of the city belong to the medieval Malla period, from 15 to 17 centuries. Golden Gate & Golden Window from the old palaces,  traditional  metal craft, Krishna Mandir famed in 21 Golden Pinnacles,  the Royal Bath of Sundari Chowk, the Royal Taleju Temple, Vishwa Narayan (Bishnu) Temple are the some of the finest examples of unique craftsmanship,  and faith of the locals to the Gods projected in the wood.

The temple of Bhimsen and its magnificent golden balcony overlooking the backdoor of the temple also includes any other shrines & sculptures scattered in and around the square.

After completing a sightseeing tour of Patan Durbar Square, we shall drive to Pharping, south of the Kathmandu Valley.

Just above Pharphing, Neydo Monastery  – a Tibetan Style monastery – is a home to 140 monks from India & Nepal, combined. The present  Karma Charme is the seventh reincarnation  figure of the Lama of the unique  Neydo Kagyu tradition,  which also follows the Nyingma Lineage Tibetan Buddhism.

The Neydo Rinponche Monastery guest house provides accommodation in comfortable, well-appointed rooms (all with private bath, kettle to make tea/coffee, private balcony). Further, wide balconies provide stunning views across the valley and the monastery has elegant, comfortable sitting area – a lovely place to think, relax and  to read  – and excellent meals are guaranteed  in the dining room.

Overnight in Neydo Monastery

Meals – Breakfast in Hotel Traditional Comfort

Dinner in Neydo Monastery


Day 4

Morning Prayer at the monastery and drive to Kurintar

After enchanting  Morning Prayer and enjoying the sunrise over the valley from the Monastery roof, we will drive from Pharping to Kurintar via Prithivi highway, one of  the busiest highways in Nepal. The construction of the highway  started in 1967 with the help of  the Chinese government.  The construction was completed in 1974. The highway is named after the first king of Nepal, Prithvi Narayan Shah.

Upon reaching Kurintar, cross a suspension  bridge over the Trishuli River and hike to our remote lodge (45 mins walk, approx) by the banks of Trishuli River, passing through local settlements, which is a hamlet for various tribes, like Magar, Chettri  & Brahman. The lodge is only accessible  by foot. Luggage transfer facility is provided by the lodge.

Overnight in Summit Brigend’s Bend Lodge

Meals – Breakfast in Neydo Monastery

Dinner in Summit Brigend’s Bend Lodge


Day 5

Welcome to the land of rhinos, Chitwan

Leaving Kurintar early in the morning with the impressive view – the Trishuli River, ancient stone villages backed by steep rice terrace, suspension bridges & mountains beyond. At Mugling turn south slowly descend from the central hills to the fertile lowlands of the Western Terai & Chitwan National Park.

Chitwan National Park is the homeland of the Tharu who are the original tribe of this region. They have their own language, culture and traditional beliefs. Along the way to a village, you can see local people, culture, tradition, religion and heritage. Upon arrival, you will be welcomed in the authentic Tharu manner. In the evening you will get an opportunity of preparing your dinner together with the local family. At night the Tharu people from the village only will set an arrangement of entertainment by performing their cultural dance.

Village Walking Tours: The Tharu cultural excursion offers you insight in the daily life of the indigenous Tharu people. Tharu tribes, like many other tribes from all around the world, are tilting their interest to the western culture and abandoning their very own costume.  The major aim of this excursion is to make Tharus feel proud of their culture, and moreover, to preserve one of the indigenous cultures of Nepal from existing. We also try to preserve the culture by giving the local community an economical base for preserving it.

Cultural Dance Program: Tharu Dance is an eclectic way of expressing the significance of festivals,  fields, and united community. The performers belong to Tharu tribe  & from their forefathers.  The folklore reveals their story with a pinch of salt that everyone will enjoy.

Programs in Chitwan are subject to change depending upon local conditions

Overnight in Barahi Jungle Lodge

Meals – Breakfast in Brigend’s Bend Lodge

Lunch  & Dinner in Barahi Jungle Lodge


Day 6

Jungle Adventure in Chitwan National Park

After breakfast in hotel, proceed to jungle for activity in Chitwan like Elephant ride, canoeing  & jungle walk

Elephant Ride: Visit the jungle on the back of a five-ton elephant. This thrilling elephant ride provides a great vantage point for viewing the abundant wildlife areas  & a great chance to spot rhinos or tiger from high above the tall grass.

Elephant Washing: You will get a nice feeling of childhood wonder as you help bathe an elephant. You’ll be rewarded with a refreshing trunk full of cold water. This is also the best way to cool off on a hot afternoon.

Jungle  Walk:  A fantastic way to get close to the wildlife with two local professional guides. In this excitement, you can enjoy the green harmony of all tall trees and an impressive range of animals. Keep an eye out for tigers, crocodiles, wild elephants, monkeys & rhinos. If you are lucky it is possible to see them.

-Programs in Chitwan are subject to change depending upon local conditions

Overnight in Barahi Jungle Lodge

Meals – Breakfast,  Lunch & Dinner in Barahi Jungle Lodge


Day 7

Drive from Chitwan to Bandipur

Bird Watching  Tours: Before breakfast,  here an exciting amount of highly vulnerable birds (some of them endangered) can be seen. For example Chestnut-capped,  Babbler, Blue-Bearded Bee-eater, River Lapwing, Red Jungle Fowl, Black-Rumped,  Himalayan &Greater Flamebacks.    A lot more species  like the gray-headed Woodpecker can also be found in Chitwan National Park

– Programs in Chitwan are subject to change depending upon local conditions

After breakfast, we will be leaving Chitwan, ascend from the vast expanse of the Western Terai to Central Hills en route, you will pass through Bharatpur. Situated on a hilltop above the highway town of Dumre, Bandipur captivates the visitor with its cultural appeal and pristine scenery. This Newar town has maintained its age-old flavor, and presents sightseers with a heady mix of history, architecture, incredible views, awesome caves, and unspoiled landscapes.

Overnight in Old Inn Bandipur

Meals – Breakfast at Barahi Jungle Lodge


Day 8

Hike to Ramkot with Guide & Packed Lunch

After breakfast, we will hike to Ramkot through the village trails where you can see typical village life, traditional homes and interesting temples.

Purano  Kot: Formerly an old fort, the Purano Kot, which means Old Fort, lays just twenty minutes walk west from the bazaar. A small temple nearby contains old statutes. Beside this, a newer temple has been built, where local people come to pray for rain to the god Mahadev (Shiva) during times of drought. A further two hour hike away, is Ramkot village. Passing through Muchuk village and Mukundeswari, Ramkot is a typical Magar village with traditional  round houses, little touched by modern development. Another two hours along an easy trail is Chabdi Barahj, a pilgrimage site.

Overnight in Old Inn Bandipur

Meals – Breakfast & Pack  Lunch in Old Inn Bandipur



Day 9

Drive from Bandipur to Pokhara

From Bandipur, rejoin the Prithvi Highway for the 78km to Pokhara. Heading west across the Madi River; climbing again  (with a view of deep rocky gorges crossed by suspension bridges) before descending to the broad Seti Valley.

Pokhara – city of lakes is the third largest city in Nepal after Kathmandu and Biratnagar. Located 200 km from the capital city of Nepal – Kathmandu, Pokhara has the dramatic changes in its geography from North to South. The altitude varies from 780m in the southern part to 1350m on the north. Three out of the world’s 10 highest mountains above eight thousand meters – Dhaulagiri (8167 m), Annapurna I (8091  m) and Manaslu  (8163 m) can be seen from the city including the unique Mt.Machhapuchhre (Fishtail) with an elevation of 6997 m, which is also the closest to the city. Whereas, due to the proximity to the mountain range,  the city is also a base for trekkers undertaking Annapurna circuit.

Overnight in Temple Tree Resort  & Spa

Meals – Breakfast in Old Inn Bandipur


Day 10

Excursion in Sarangkot and Boating in Phewa Lake

Excursion to Sarangkot: Early morning before sunrise you will be driven to Sarangkot to witness the most magical sunrise. The best Mountain View from Sarangkot has been described as an almost religious experience, especially at dawn. Footpaths and a road lead almost to the top where the mountain panorama includes Machhapulchhare (or Fish Tail Mountain) (6,997m), Hiunchuli (6,441m), Annapurna I (8.091m), Annapurna III (7,555m), Annapurna IV (7,525m) and Annapurna II (7,937m). Boating in Phewa Lake: Phewa Lake is the second largest lake in the country. It is the centre attraction on Pokhara. It is the largest and most enchanting lake that adds to the resplendence of Pokhara. Here, one can sail & row the hired boat across the water or visit the island temple.centre attraction on Pokhara. It is the largest and most enchanting lake that adds to the resplendence of Pokhara. Here, one can sail & row the hired boat across the water or visit the island temple.

Hike to World Peace  Pagoda: The brilliant white pagoda is set on a narrow ridge above the lake.  Constructed by monks from the Japan – Nipponzan Mohoji organization.  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. Besides being an impressive sight in itself, the shrine is a vantage point which offers spectacular views of the Annapurna range and Pokhara city. There are three paths up to the pagoda ranging from a 20 minute to 2-hour hike.

Overnight in Temple Tree Resort  & Spa

Meals – Breakfast in Temple Tree Resort  & Spa


Day 11

Free day in Pokhara for Individual activities

Pokhara is a beautiful city which attracts many tourists, hence, there are lots of activities that you can do while you are at leisure in Pokhara like ultralight flight, mountain biking, Paragliding, Standup paddling on Phewa Lake or just relax by the lakeside.

Overnight in Temple Tree Resort  & Spa

Meals – Breakfast in Temple Tree Resort  & Spa


Day 12

Flight to Kathmandu & Sightseeing Tour to Pashupatinath

It takes only 30 minutes to reach from Pokhara to Kathmandu by flights

Pashupatinath: The most important  Hindu shrine in Nepal, Pashupatinath (Lord of the Animals), is the protecting deity of the country and is a fascinating complex of shrines and Arya-ghats (cremation sites) on the banks of the Bagmati  River. A fascinating shrine is the main temple with its pagoda-style roof and the 300-year-old huge bronze Nandi (the bull—Shiva’s carrier) in front. Richly-ornamented, the temple houses the four-faced,  six-foot tall lingam (phallic symbol of Shiva) that is said to date from the 14th century. Believed to have its origins in AD400 it is a major pilgrimage site for devotees of Lord Shiva everywhere. The festivals of Teej (festival of women) and Maha Shivaratri (the night of Shiva) are when the temple is particularly crowded. The Naga sadhus draw the most attention, an awesome sight in their dreadlocks and standing stark naked.


Day 13

Free day in Kathmandu – A Day on your own

Farewell Dinner at Dwarika’s Hotel

On a free day in Kathmandu,  you can stroll around the city, shop around  Thamel for souvenirs. Later evening you will be received at the hotel by our vehicle and transfer to Dwarika’s Hotel for your 6-course  Nepali dinner at Krishnarpan Restaurant, which serves the finest Nepali flavors,  Krishnarpan is a  slow dining experience reminiscent of the ritual feasts enjoyed by the Kathmandu  Valley’s Newari community. To spend an evening at Krishnarpan, the Nepali speciality restaurant at Dwarika’s is to take a culinary journey through the fascinating terrain and cuisines of Nepal.

Six courses of meals are prepared using the freshest vegetables from the Dwarika’s  own farms. The courses are offered on traditional brass and earthenware and served by hostesses representing  Nepal’s diverse ethnic communities.

Overnight in Hotel Traditional Comfort

Meals – Breakfast in Hotel Traditional Comfort


Day 14


You will be collected at your hotel and taken to the airport to connect onward flight.


Reporting time:

International – 03 hours prior to flight departure time

Domestic – 01 hour prior to flight departure time

Meals – Breakfast in Hotel Traditional Comfort


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