Kathmandu Pokhara Tour

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Trip Duration 05 Days
Group Size 2-12 people
Maximum Altitude Kathmandu (1,400m)
Difficulty Grade Easy
Start & End Point Kathmandu/Kathmandu
Best Seasons Mar-May, Sept-Nov

Overview of Kathmandu Pokhara Tour

Kathmandu Pokhara tour is one of the best tours in Nepal. Nepal, located in a South Asian nation, has a lot of beautiful places to offer visitors. As a result, the country attracts many tourists each year. The Himalayas region has some of the world’s tallest and most beautiful mountain peaks.

It has Mount Everest, the highest point on Earth. It is also home to enormous hills covered in forests and lush green meadows. Here, we’ll present a tour plan for two beautiful and famous Nepalese cities: Pokhara and Kathmandu.

When considering visiting Nepal, people often visualize climbing mountains, going on base camp treks, or taking jungle safaris. Nepal has much more to offer, particularly in its two major cities, Pokhara and Kathmandu. The two cities mentioned above are the hub of Nepal and are frequently visited by tourists. The Kathmandu-Pokhara Tour begins and ends in Kathmandu.

Above the Himalayas, trekking offers the Kathmandu Pokhara tour. It is a four-night, five-day, fantastic travel package.

How to reach

There are several ways to reach Kathmandu and Pokhara for a tour:

By Flight: The easiest and fastest way to reach Kathmandu and Pokhara is by air. The quickest and easiest way is to fly from Tribhuvan International Airport in Kathmandu or Pokhara Airport. Both airports have regular flights to and from major cities in Asia and the Middle East. But the flight from Kathmandu to Pokhara takes around 45 minutes.

By Road: There is a road that connects Pokhara and Kathmandu. Take the bus from Kathmandu to Pokhara because it’s a popular tourist destination. Regular bus connections are available from India and Nepal’s largest cities. The trip from Kathmandu to Pokhara takes 6-7 hours by bus.

Or, you can hire a private vehicle or cab for a more convenient and pleasant trip. The most practical way to get to Pokhara from Kathmandu is via car, bus, or taxi. You can start your journey from Kathmandu. You pass scenic views crossing Khairini, Dumre, and Damauli and then reach Pokhara.

By Trekking: If you’re an adventure enthusiast, you can also trek to Kathmandu and Pokhara. The Annapurna Circuit is the most popular trekking route and takes 2-3 weeks.

By Train: There is no direct train service to Kathmandu or Pokhara. But you can take a train to major cities in India, such as Gorakhpur or Varanasi. Then, take a bus or fly to Kathmandu or Pokhara.

Your transportation mode depends on your preference, budget, and time constraints. Flights are the fastest and most convenient option, while buses are more budget-friendly. Trekking is an excellent option for adventure enthusiasts exploring the region’s natural beauty.

Where to stay

It depends on your budget and preferences. Various accommodation options are available during a Kathmandu-Pokhara tour. They provide good hospitality and a warm welcome to their guests. In all the places, the hotel charges vary from rs. 2000 to rs. 6000.

You can have a lot of options to choose from, depending on your budget. All the hotels have online booking facilities. You can book them from top hotel booking sites. One popular choice for accommodation in Kathmandu is the one near Thamel. Thamel is a tourist hub with various hotels, hostels, and guesthouses.

It’s also convenient for exploring the city’s attractions. Another option to choose the best accommodation is near Boudha. This is an area known for its peaceful atmosphere. It is near the Boudhanath Stupa, a significant attraction in Kathmandu. There are many hotels and guesthouses in this area as well.

In Pokhara, accommodation near the lakeside is the best choice. This is the main tourist area in Pokhara. It is on the shores of Phewa Lake. There are many hotels, resorts, and guesthouses to choose from here. There are many restaurants, pubs, cafes, and shops. If you visit hilltop villages like Sarangkot or Ghandruk, there are a few guesthouses and homestays.

Above the Himalayan trekking, we have the fantastic Kathmandu Pokhara tour package. We customize the package from low budget to luxurious per our customers’ choices. We always provide our guests a comfortable, affordable, clean room with basic facilities.

The room you will stay in has a comfy bed, pillow, and blanket. Besides, most rooms have an attached bathroom and hot showers. They also have Wi-Fi access and a phone or device charging service. You also get a personal wardrobe to keep your belongings safe.

Generally, booking your accommodation in advance is a good idea. It ensures availability, and you can compare prices and amenities. Before reservation, check for any safety measures or travel limits due to COVID-19 or other factors.

What to eat

You will find many eateries in Kathmandu and Pokhara to taste authentic Nepali cuisine. Besides, they even offer a variety of food options on the menu. So you don’t need to worry about the food to eat. During a Kathmandu Pokhara tour, you’ll have plenty of chances to sample Nepal’s delicious cuisine. Here are some must-try dishes:

Dal Bhat: Nepal’s national dish consists of steamed rice (Bhat) and lentil soup (dal). Various side dishes, such as vegetable curry, pickles, and papad, are often offered with it.

Momos: These are meat- or vegetable-filled dumplings. They are either steamed or fried. They go well with a hot dipping sauce. They are a well-liked appetizer or snack in Nepal.

Thukpa is a filling noodle soup prepared with meat, veggies, and occasionally eggs. It’s a popular meal in Nepal, particularly in the winter.

Newari cuisine: Newari cuisine is the traditional diet of the Newar people in the Kathmandu Valley. Some popular dishes include chatamari (a rice flour crepe topped with meat or vegetables), bara (a lentil pancake), and wo (a spicy soup).

Sel Roti: This is sweet, ring-shaped bread made from rice flour. It is a Nepali snack or dessert. It is trendy during Tihar festivals and other occasional celebrations.

Lassi: This is the best drink, especially in summer, as it provides refreshment and energy. It has yogurt as its basis. You can find spiced or fruit-flavored lassi. It’s a favorite drink in Nepal and an excellent way to cool yourself on a hot day.

Kathmandu and Pokhara offer a wide selection of other Nepali and foreign cuisines. Foreign cuisines include Indian, Western, Tibetan, Korean, and Chinese. For an authentic experience of food in Nepal, be sure to taste some of the regional street cuisines.

Total cost or budget for Kathmandu Pokhara tour

You must consider your total budget while planning the Kathmandu Pokhara trip. Since so many variables might impact the final cost, providing a precise amount for this tour is hard. Some essential items where you need to spend money include modes of transportation, food, lodging, and activities. Here are some general recommendations that can help you determine your budget.

Accommodation: Lodging costs will also vary depending on your preferences. In Kathmandu and Pokhara, you can find budget hotels for as little as $10 to $20 per night. More luxurious hotels can cost $50 to $100 or more per night. In smaller towns and during trekking, you can find guesthouses and tea houses for $5 to $10 per night.

Transportation: The cost of transportation will differ depending on how you choose. Flying from Kathmandu to Pokhara might cost between $100 and $150 per person. The price might range from $10 to $30 per person if you use a bus or rent a private vehicle.

Food: Food is generally affordable in Nepal. Street food and local restaurants cost $1 to $5 per meal. If you prefer international cuisine or fine dining, expect to pay $10 to $20 per meal.

Activities: Sightseeing, trekking, and adventure sports will also add to your total cost. Entrance fees to temples and monuments can range from $2 to $10 per person. While trekking permits can cost $20 to $30 per person. Adventure sports such as paragliding and bungee jumping can cost around $50 to $100 per person.

A typical 7-10 day Kathmandu Pokhara tour can cost anywhere from $500 to $1500 per person. It depends on your preferences and budget. Yet, it’s essential to remember that these are rough estimates. Your actual cost may vary based on your specific itinerary and preferences.

Itinerary of Kathmandu Pokhara Tour

DAY
01
Day 01: Kathmandu arrival

Arrive at the International Airport in Nepal, and then hotel check-in. You will receive welcome drinks as a Nepali embodies traditional Nepalese culture. Afterward, you can take a short break to relax. Get an update on the evening’s plans before going for a self-guided walk through Thamel.

Visit the Swayambhunath Stupa (monkey temple). On your first day, you can see the Kathmandu Valley and Kathmandu Durbar Square. Enjoy a typical Nepali meal for dinner and spend the night.

Car 25 minute
Accommodation Hotel
Altitude Kathmandu (1,400m)
DAY
02
Day 02: Fly to Pokahara and boating in the lake

After breakfast on day two, leave the hotel and travel from Kathmandu to Pokhara. You can go to Pokhara by bus, car, or airplane from Kathmandu. The fastest and most convenient way to travel is by flight.

The flight will take you from Kathmandu to Pokhara in about 40 minutes. But it’s also the most expensive form of transportation here. The cheapest alternative here is via bus. You can enjoy the beautiful journey to Pokhara.

Pokhara and Kathmandu are about 200 kilometers away. So, we can reach Pokhara from Kathmandu in about 6 hours if you travel by road. But ride in a car for this excursion because you can stop midway through the journey at Kurintar.

Enjoy a two-hour journey to Manakamana Darshan riding a cable car while en route. Manakamana is a well-known Hindu temple in the area that honors the goddess Durga. Then, continue driving for three hours to Pokhara.

Arrive in the evening in Pokhara, settle into a hotel, and spend the night there. After checking in at the hotel, take the Himalayan Phewa Lake vistas or a night walk around the lakeside.

Flight 25 min
Accommodation Hotel
Meals Breakfast
Altitude Pokhara (822m)
DAY
03
Day 03: Pokhara full day tour and fly back to Kathmandu

Get up early to enjoy the stunning sunrise views of the mountains. You get the view from the hotel’s excellent vantage point over a delightful city. Proceed to a full-day city tour of Pokhara after breakfast.

Take in the Bindhabasini Temple, Davis Falls, Seti River, and Pokhara Museum. Visit Gupteshwar Mahadev Cave, Suspension Bridge, and your boating on Fewa Lake.

Visit the famous Phewa Lake, which is the second-largest lake in Nepal. This location offers breathtaking views of the Dhaulagiri and Annapurna ranges. Afterwards, visit the Hindu temple, Barahi Temple. It lies on a lake island. Reach by boat trip on Phewa Lake.

Likewise, visit the Buddhist stupa known as the World Peace Pagoda. It provides breathtaking views of Pokhara and the mountains in the area. The Shanti Stupa (Pagoda of Peace) stands on the Anadu Hill. It is famous for its breathtaking views of Phewa Lake.

Visit the stunning Davis Falls from here. This waterfall in Nepal is the most beautiful and must-see location. Many vegetation encircles the waterfall. Go to the neighboring Gupteshwar Mahadev cave next.

It is a Lord Shiva-specific cave temple. Here, see the Shiva lingam that is self-emerging. Discover the history and culture of the Himalayas. Visit the International Mountain Museum.

Once you’ve had a fantastic day, head back to the hotel, check out, and travel to Kathmandu on a beautiful day. Once you get to Kathmandu, check into your hotel. Spend the night in Kathmandu.

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Accommodation Hotel
Meals Breakfast
Altitude Kathmandu (1,400m)
DAY
04
Day 04: Kathmandu full day tour

After breakfast, spend the entire day sightseeing in the Kathmandu Valley. Visit Pashupatinath Temple and Bouddhanath Stupa (Temple of Buddhist). One of the holiest Hindu temples in the world is Pashupatinath Temple. Discover Boudhanath Stupa, one of Nepal’s biggest stupas.

Take a tour of Patan’s Durbar Square, an old city. Visit the Durbar Square at Bhaktapur, a typical Newari town. Attend a cultural event that features the traditional dance and music of Nepal. Enjoy the tour in the Kathmandu Valley, drop off at the hotel, and overnight stay there.

Car 7hrs
Accommodation Hotel
Meals Breakfast
Altitude Kathmandu (1,400m)
DAY
05
Day 05: Final departure

Finish your breakfast. Head to Tribhuvan International Airport to board a flight back home. Say goodbye to your new friends while sharing warm memories of this tour. This Kathmandu-Pokhara tour will be an unforgettable moment of your life.

 

Car 25 Minute
Meals Breakfast

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Essential Information - Kathmandu Pokhara Tour

Best time to visit

When planning a Kathmandu-Pokhara tour, thinking about the ideal travel time is crucial. Planning for the weather forecast and environment is vital. These factors may affect your experience.

The spring and fall seasons are ideal for exploring Pokhara and Kathmandu. The best time of year for outdoor activities and sightseeing is from March to May. The weather is moderate and dry. You can also see the renowned Rhododendron blossom. It covers the hills surrounding Pokhara and Kathmandu in this season.

Another popular time to travel is during the fall. Fall lasts from September through November. The weather is crisp and clear, with spectacular views of the mountains and valleys. You may also participate in the big festivities and celebrations in Nepal now. The main festivals include the Dashain and Tihar festivals.

The summer months can be hot and muggy from June through August. Regular rainfall weather and monsoon conditions occur. At the same time, this may make hiking and other outdoor activities difficult. Monsoon may provide a distinctive view of the area’s rich vegetation. It also offers green, lush forests and waterfalls.

The winter season lasts from December to February. It can be cold and snowy, especially at high altitudes. But this may also be a fantastic time to see the snow-covered mountains. You can engage in winter activities like skiing and snowboarding. Your choices and preferences determine the ideal time to visit the Kathmandu-Pokhara tour.

Consider traveling in the spring or fall if you want cozy temperatures and clear skies. Consider visiting Nepal in the summer or winter if you will take part in winter sports. You can experience the monsoon weather in the summer or winter.

Why you should get the Kathmandu Pokhara tour in 2023

We recommend the Kathmandu Pokhara tour. It includes many historical sites, breathtaking natural scenery, and traditional cultures. It also has snow-capped mountains and religious temples of Nepal’s two big cities. First, go to the Durbar Square in Kathmandu. It is one of Kathmandu’s three Durbar squares or Royal Palace.

Currently, it is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Afterward, go to Hanuman Dhoka in Durbar Square. It served as the royal residence for the Shah dynasty and Malla rulers.

After Hanuman Dhoka, go to Kathmandu’s Kala Bhairav. The temple honors a ferocious representation of Lord Shiva. It is an outdoor worship space with a 12-foot-tall Kala Bhairav statue. Visit the Jagannath Temple from here. It is famous for its construction and spiritual significance. It is one of the city’s oldest shrines.

Visit Kumari Bahal from here. It is the house of the kumari, or living goddess, while she is the devi or goddess of choice. The Kumari’s presence protects the people and the area. Visit Kathmandu’s renowned Thamel market in the evening. You can vibe in the streets of Kathmandu.

Pokhara is also called “the city of lakes.” It includes three significant lakes: Begnas, Rupa, and Fewa. You can view Pokhara City and the gorgeous scenery from a boat on Fewa Lake.

The Tal Barahi Temple in the lake’s center also captures your attention. It offers a tranquil place to breathe. A lovely way to spend a twilight evening is to visit nearby Lakehouse. Take in the view of the lake and the vibrant lights of Pokhara city.

Pokhara is famous for its historic caves as well. You will become engrossed in the mesmerizing rhythm of the sounds of the devis falls. They echo throughout the Gupteshwor caves. The world peace stupa, located in Pokhara’s southwest, is magnificent.

This stupa has a golden Buddha statue. The calm surroundings provide peace to all individuals living on this earth. It is one of Pokhara’s most beautiful locations because you can view the lake and the mountain from there.

The city of Pokhara is famous for its stunning natural surroundings. It is also famous for all the thrilling experiences it provides.
You experience a flying bird-like experience. You can paraglide from Sargkot to the Fewa Lake. Following a descent on a zip line, Hemja’s bungee leaping gives you freedom. You get a freefall experience.

You may take a helicopter from Pokhara to observe the city from above. You go across hills and arrive at the village of Dhampus by heli. You should visit Pokhara because it is all about sightseeing and adventure.

Places to visit in Pokhara

Pokhara is a beautiful natural treasure. It lies in the shadow of the Annapurna mountain range. You may take a bus from Kathmandu to Pokhara because it is a popular tourist destination. Pokhara is a painted window through which one may glimpse Nepal. It is famous for Davis Falls, picturesque lakes, and many old caves.

But this is not the only thing that can describe Pokhara, as there are many places to explore.
We recommend leaving Pokhara’s city limits to explore the peaceful valley. Most locations are only 3 to 4 hours away from the busy city.

Adding one or two extra days to your Kathmandu-Pokhara tour package is best. You may explore the beautiful areas of Pokhara and find inner peace there. A distinct aspect of this journey is the chance to experience a typical Nepali community. You also share Nepali religion, customs, and way of life. Here are some Pokhara sites that you must visit on your Kathmandu-Pokhara tour.

Sarangkot

If you enjoy adventure, Sarangkot can be the best place to go. It just takes one hour to drive from Pokhara to Sarangkot. Alternatively, you can hike to the mountaintop village of Sarangkot. It provides broad views of the Pokhara Valley and the Annapurna range.

This attractive place is on the Sarangkot mountain. The location is primarily well-known for its stunning sunrise and sunset views. Enjoy the spectacular sunrise or sunset from the top of the Sarangkot. Enjoy a broad overview.
Moreover, adventures like paragliding, bungee jumping, and zip lining are possible here.

Visit the Bindhyabasini temple from Sarangkot. This stunning temple lies on a small hill where the goddess Durga resides. Next, visit the Seti River and enjoy the area’s natural splendor.

Ghandruk Village travel

After enjoying yourself in Pokhara, you can travel to the lovely village of Ghandruk. Ghandruk village is at a height of around 2000 meters. It takes 4–5 hours from Pokhara city to reach there. Take the Pokhara public bus through Baglung Highway, which stops shortly after Nayapool.

Then, hire a Jeep, which costs less than NRS 1000, or ride the next bus to Ghandruk. Hiking, though, is another option for getting there. You can begin your hike from the outer regions of Pokhara.

Renting a scooter or bike is another way to get to Ghandruk while taking in the scenery and the fresh air. Within Pokhara Valley, renting a scooter costs between 1500 and 2000 Nepali rupees. Or NRS. 3000 per day if you travel outside of Pokhara. Every vehicle has GPS. It prevents you from getting lost about where you will travel.

You can hire a scooter, bike, or taxi on the newly constructed Hemja highway. You leave the roadway after crossing the Nayapool. If you’re fortunate, you’ll witness the Machhapuchhre panorama en route. 30% of the course to Ghandruk is narrow, rocky, and very hilly. Several waterfalls are along the way. The remaining 70% is broad and pitcher.

Ghandruk village is where the Gurung people built the picturesque settlement. Different homes, lanes, and nature encircle the settlement. This community is also known as a “stone village” because all the buildings and streets are stone. Sunrise breaks in Ghandruk with mountain views. You get the shining Machhapuchhre, Gangapurna, Himchuli, and Annapurna ranges.

From a theological and historical standpoint, Ghandruk village is a significant place. It has a clean and tranquil environment. The historic Ghandruk village and the monasteries reflect the inhabitants’ culture and customs.

You can finally proceed to your hotel or homestay when you have reached the village. Most homestay and hotel architecture is traditional Nepali. They exude a genuine Nepalese charm. The Gurungs welcome the guests warmly. Walkways of stones lead to the village communal area once you reach Ghandruk.

Before traveling to Ghanadruk, be sure to reserve the accommodation. The locals claimed that most hotels and homestay bookings are on the weekends and often. Most of the lodging options you’ll have are Gurung cottages. They are famous for their scenic mountain views.

Most of the hotels in Ghandruk offer a wide variety of services in different cost ranges. The least expensive room available is NRS 3000 for two people. It has an attached bathroom, a non-vegetarian dinner, and a local breakfast.

Or NRS 2500 without a bathroom connected. Other homestays in NRS offer similar services for 1,000 per person. But, the facilities, services, and experiences may vary.

Lwang Village

The Lwang Village can be your next destination. You can travel to the lovely Lwang village, which is close by. The majority of the houses are of the traditional Nepalese style. You may discover that most people visit there to relax and breathe in the fresh air after a long day in the city.

The Gurung community oversees the homestay program in the village of Lwang. It lies in the shadow of Mount Machhapuchhre. They welcome visitors with an appeal to its customs and traditions.

Most of the homestay in Lwang village is being run by the Aama samuha (Mother’s group). They believe in women’s empowerment and operate the homestay. They warmly welcome you and serve you delicious food. People want to spend special moments in this village because of its calm weather. They spend time with the homestay family.

The nearby large waterfall in Lwang is a great place to go on an exciting activity like rock climbing. At the end of your journey, the Lwang Community Homestay offers you a wonderful farewell. They perform their cultural dance in historical attire.

Places to visit in Kathmandu

Kathmandu is an ancient city in the world with various historical origins. UNESCO even recognizes many historic temples in Kathmandu. It is also recognized as the city of temples. Thus, spending one or two more days visiting this great city is worthwhile. It provides many attractions, including museums, ancient architecture, temples, monasteries, etc.

You can rent a local rickshaw or cab for this excursion on your Kathmandu sightseeing trip day. A taxi ride from one location to another will cost between 3,000 and 4,000 NPR. The amount of a rickshaw travels varies. It depends on the city’s traffic situation and time.

You may also rent a motorcycle or a bicycle in Kathmandu for a day outing. But you can’t reach some locations by local buses, but most can. During your Kathmandu-Pokhara tour, see a few places in Kathmandu that are worth seeing.

Pashupatinath Temple

Visit the temple of Pashupatinath. It is one of Nepal’s most revered Hindu sanctuaries and a popular tourist destination. The temple is along the banks of the renowned Bagmati River. Lord Shiva is in this majestic temple. But, only Indians and Nepalese can go inside the temples to worship Lord Shiva.

The temple prohibits entry for visitors from outside the country. But they may go to the temple’s surroundings and get a sense of the atmosphere.

Boudhanath Stupa

Visit the Boudhanath stupa from Kathmandu. Boudhanath stupa is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. There are 50 gompas throughout the total area. According to folklore, this is the last resting place of Kassapa Buddha. It is one of the most famous tourist attractions in the Kathmandu Valley.

It has religious importance and beliefs and is the oldest stupa in Nepal. The Newar and Tibetan Buddhist groups have contributed significantly to this place. Many monasteries and stores offer traditional Buddhist interests around the stupa area.

The Boudhanath stupa is about 11 kilometers northeast of Kathmandu’s center town. You may visit this area whenever you choose because it is always open to the general public. You can reach there from anywhere in Kathmandu, which is also reachable by public bus.

Seto Gumba

Visit Seto Gumba (White Monastery) next. It is a Buddhist monastery in the Nagarjun Municipality in the Kathmandu District. The Druk Amitabha Mountain is another name for the Seto Gumba (White Monastery). Enjoy the monastery’s lovely green surroundings and peaceful environment. It lies north of Swayambhu, away from the Ring Road.

It is the closest and most excellent location for people in Kathmandu to see the sunrise and sunset from a hill. You can witness the most stunning views.

On Saturdays, the monastery used to be open to the public. But after the 2015 earthquake, monks closed the monastery for repairs. But, it is now available to the public on Sundays, so you may visit and enjoy the area’s peace.

You may only reach there by bicycle or foot from Swayambhu to the White monastery. There is no public transportation to get to the gumba. Biking will only take around 20 minutes. In contrast, hiking will take approximately an hour.

Taking a cab is another fantastic choice if you don’t have a bike and don’t feel like walking to the White Gumba. If you intend to travel, you can pursue hiking and bicycling. You can enjoy sightseeing, photography, and meditation.

Tips and recommendations for Kathmandu and Pokhara tour

  • When arriving in Kathmandu, buy a SIM card. You’ll need to buy a SIM card at the airport once you’ve passed through customs, security, and all the other stuff. You may get 5 GB for Rs. 1200, around $12. In contrast to the city, you can only buy 1.2 GB for Rs. 600, or roughly $6. So you can see that getting a card at the airport is a lot better value. Throughout your Kathmandu-Pokhara tour, the data will function.
  • It is advisable only to bring along or pack the essentials. Do not include extra food and clothing in your luggage. Everything, including food, clothing, and other items, is available at lower prices than in other countries. It’s best to pack your bag according to the season in Nepal. It helps you avoid having to carry extra baggage.
  • In Kathmandu, electronics like cameras and gadgets may be pretty expensive. Thus, you should carry it rather than buy it in Nepal.
  • If you’re traveling about Kathmandu, use Pathao. Download this app as soon as you get to Kathmandu or before. You would need a Nepali SIM card to activate this software. Once engaged, you may quickly locate cabs and motorcycles for travel across the city. It is affordable, practical, and simple to use.
  • If you are in the city of Pokhara, Pathao is not available. There is a brand-new service named Saadhan for this city. You can download the app through the app store. Although I haven’t tried it firsthand, it resembled Pathao exactly. Take care when using. If you want to ride alone, rent a bike, scooter, or bicycle. But, this option is more expensive as renting vehicles charges per day.
  • Exchange no more than USD 200 for your Kathmandu -Pokhara tour. Most places only accept Nepalese rupees.

Conclusion

In conclusion, a Kathmandu-Pokhara tour will genuinely amaze you. This could be the ideal method to form your initial impressions of Nepal’s tourism hub. You’ll experience a relaxed vibe, a bustling city culture, and stunning views of Phewa Lake. You can view some of the most beautiful mountain ranges when you arrive.

The views of the Himalayan range from Pokhara’s Machapuchare and Annapurna are breathtaking. Machapuchare is a peak with a pointed top that no one has ever summited. Annapurna is the tenth-highest mountain in the world.

It will be like a treat for the eyes to witness such beauty. Besides, take a boat trip and eat some local food. You can ride in a magnificent cable car that ends with some of the most holy places. The Kathmandu-Pokhara valley and surrounding areas have unique cultural and religious beauty.

As it is in the hilly region of Nepal, it provides geographical and ancillary beauty. People with varied mother tongues, diverse cultures, and religions can be found. People with classic attire and charming rites have kept their distinct identities for a long time.

Thus, our company also highly recommends doing the Kathmandu-Pokhara tour. You can travel to Nepal and take advantage of our company’s package during your holiday.

Most Asked Questions by Travellers

You can complete the Kathmandu-Pokhara tour within 5 to 6 days. There are no rugged paths along the route. It is simple to travel from bus to bus. It is the most straightforward trip in Nepal.

No, a visa or passport is not necessary for Indian nationals to visit Nepal. All you need to proceed is picture ID evidence, such as an Aadhar card or voter ID card.

Yes, you must have at least one immunization dosage before visiting. Although they might not ask you to display the vaccination card, it’s better not to take risks.

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