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The Government of Nepal has announced an issue for the flight operation to Lukla. Most of the flights to Lukla will commence from Ramechhap until further notice to avoid the heavy traffic congestion in Kathmandu airport. The airport in Ramechhap is located 130km from Kathmandu (approximately 3-4 hours drive).
Going on a trip with a friend or family? What better destination for your holiday than Nepal! This very well-crafted tour package enables travelers to enjoy convenient hotel stays, local sightseeing, hotel transfers, etc. Customize itinerary for a unique Nepal trip experience. Our Pokhara tour package 2 Nights 3 Days guarantees a memorable holiday in Nepal. This Pokhara tour package itinerary is well-cured for solo travelers and families with children. On a Pokhara sightseeing trip, your group will visit waterfalls, lakes, and temples. Let’s look more carefully at this Pokhara tour package below.
Additional Advenutre Acitivites also available such as Paragliding
Day 01: Drive to Pokhara by tourist bus
Today early morning, we drive to Pokhara with the beautiful landscape of farmland, and cities en-route. Arrive at Pokhara. Pokhara is one of the most famous tourist spots in Nepal. Spend the rest of the day at leisure or stroll around the city streets enjoying the magnificent mountain views surrounding the place. Overnight in Pokhara
Day 02: Sarangkot Sunrise and Pokhara sightseeing
Early in the morning, our driver with the vehicle will arrive at your hotel and drive to Sarangkot Hill. It’s around a half-hour ride from Pokhara lakeside. Sarangkot lies at 1592 m, one of Pokhara’s famous Sunrise and Mountain View hills. North of Pokhara, this mountain overlooks the valley and Fewa Lake. Sarangkot is a beautiful village best known for its sunrise, where you can enjoy an unobstructed view of the Annapurna Range Himalayan Mountains, Dhaulagiri Range, Fishtail and lush green hills, rice terraces and stunning views of Pokhara Valley.
You will return to your hotel for breakfast after visiting the Sarangkot View and visit the Bindhyabasini Temple on the way back to the Hotel. The temple is dedicated to Goddess Bhagwati. The Goddess is a common deity known as Shakti in Hinduism. The temple is called West Nepal’s largest Shaktipiths. Unless some stories are believed, this temple is directly connected to the Vindhyachal temple in Uttar Pradesh, India. The temple is painted in gold, and pilgrims crowd the temple during Dashain, offering tributes to their guardian deity. The temple is also a popular hub for the marriage ceremony. In the temple grounds, a large tree offers a peaceful place for reflection and relaxation.
After breakfast, you can tour the Tal Barahi Temple. You can go to the Tal Bahari Temple by boating as the Tal Bahari is in Small Island in the center of Phewa Lake. Tal Barahi Temple’s exterior includes a two-story pagoda frame with a Gajur on top. The Gajur is gold-plated, while the other structure is stone-plated, and the temple has a stroke roof. Tal Barahi Temple dedicated to Goddess Durga: Gods Protector. The temple is a wonderful place to rest and observe holy rituals.
You’ll travel to Peace Pagoda stupa after visiting Tal Bahari Temple. Pokhara’s Peace Pagoda is an example of serenity and happiness. Perched on a small hill, the Pagoda is beautifully draped in white, symbolizing its innocence and taintless nature. It overlooks the Annapurna Mountains and focuses on the peaceful Fewa Lake below. Peace Pagoda is a perfect place for wanderers seeking peace and quiet. Tripadvisor rated Peace Pagoda as the second location in the Pokhara Valley. This further solidifies the argument that the Peace Pagoda should be visited. The pagoda premises are deliberately silenced to maintain its tranquility and engage visitors in meditation art.
Davi`s Falls is a small waterfall situated in Pokhara, Nepal’s Kaski district. There’s nothing else enchanting or even appealing about the waterfall at first glance, besides some splashes here and there. To completely experience its splendor, it must be visited at the monsoon season. During that time, water bursts through the rocky slopes and falls into a tunnel. The rapids’ crashing noise drowns human sound, and water spilling requires either a raincoat or an umbrella. The high waters don’t deter visitors from walking near the water. Davi`s Falls is famous among both Nepali and foreign tourists. Visit this spectacular place at its best to see nature’s unblemished beauty.
Gupteshwor Mahadev Cave (known in local language as Bhalu Dulo) is regarded as one of Nepal’s longest caves over 2,000 meters long. The cave sits across Davi’s dropping, and one can hear the thundering sound of water inside the cave. According to local beliefs, the 16th-century cave was said to be discovered. During those days, there were no modern-day decorations you see today. The cave’s main entrance was only installed in 1991 AD.
After visiting the Cave, we will drive to the International mountain museum. When you want to dive deeper into the history of mountains and other mountaineering sports, the safest approach will be to take a peek at the International Mountain Museum. You’ll consider some of Mount Everest’s secret mysteries.
After visiting the above attractions you will be dropped at your hotel in Pokhara and the day in Pokhara is finished.
Day 03: Drive Back to Kathmandu
Today we drive by tourist bus from Pokhara to Kathmandu. The road goes along a valley for a few hours before turning north and upwards to reach the Kathmandu Valley. On landing at Kathmandu, spend the rest of the day at leisure. Stroll around the city streets.
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Note: For Bhutan and Tibet tours, if you intend to travel directly to those countries, you will pay the balance sum 20 days before your departure date. We reserve the right to cancel your trip if you cannot pay within our agreed period.
We also consider last-minute reservations. You can book a trip to Nepal 7 days before departure. However, last-minute bookings may not be eligible for Bhutan or Tibet.
A written letter will be submitted to us, for whatever cause, you cannot travel on the assigned days.
If the Nepal tour is postponed, a minimum of US$ 100.00 is compensated as a cancelation fee, and hence the remaining balance is allocated for the postponed trip.
You have to cancel your confirmed trek/tour booking with our Mountain Hike Nepal team in writing minimum 2 weeks before your scheduled trip. You may provide this in writing document or email.
However, even though you may cancel your trip, your down payment amount i.e. 20% of the total price is non-refundable.
But if you have paid more than just the deposit, we would then 20% deduction from the sum and the remainder will be refunded from the initial payment system.
And this policy is valid right after registering your reservation with us. If you intend to cancel your travel within 30 days or fewer than 30 days within your departure date, 20 % deposit is non-refundable.
The Total deposit you made for every Bhutan and Tibet tour would be called cancelation charge. We cannot postpone any trip to Bhutan and Tibet after booked for particular dates.
We are not responsible for any refunds for any incomplete trip, trek or expedition, whatever the reasons from customer’s side.
If your tour is canceled due to unexpected events such as natural disasters, battle or adverse climatic conditions, we will arrange another tour. And that even if your trip isn’t your preference, your money won’t go in waste.
We reserve our right to change prices under various situations. While our actions must be appropriate, just like in situations such as dramatic exchange rate fluctuations, inflation or government acts, we are not liable to answer for our actions.
To attend all of our trips, all our customers should have a full travel insurance policy. Insurance must cover all medical costs, personal injuries, emergency evacuations, travel cancellations, loss of gears and natural calamity, luggage theft or injury and personal belongings.
Flight delays and cancellations are likely to occur frequently in remote areas, especially in the Everest region, jomsom, Dolpo, Simikot and Jumla. Therefore, in case of delays, it is best to bring some extra money to purchase food and lodging. Mountain Hike Nepal won’t be responsible for any extra expenses. Please, prepare accordingly.
If you perform any illegal act during your trip and you are forced to leave Nepal, Mountain Hike Nepal is not responsible for any refunds.
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