Nepal Photography Tour is the best tour if you are looking for taking the best photos of the Himalayas and its unique people..” Along with that, Nepal is the only country where the culture, nature, and other traditions exist most uniquely. This tour will take you to the world’s most beautiful places without the crowds. As well as, provide you with the opportunity the explore the precious hidden parts.
You get to enjoy the luxury photography tour to the most extraordinary landscapes and cultural experiences. Wonders of nature and the unity in diversity fill in this country. In addition to that, people of various ethnicity, religion, caste, and creeds live here. Nepal has an ideal scenario, landscape, flora and fauna, lakes, rivers, forests, etc. The panoramic mountain views, the historical places, Stupas, and monasteries have made Nepal the best destination for photography.
Similarly, 10 of the areas in Nepal has been listed in the World Heritage site by UNESCO. These places include sacred temples, national parks, and stupas. They not only reflect the ancient architectural beauty but also represent various cultural and religious values of people. Also, this Nepal photography tour is the best opportunity to explore these precious places and also capture them in your cameras for a lifetime.
In this Nepal Photography Tour, you get to explore many places where taking photos are not restricted. Besides, you can enjoy every moment with nature. The tour starts with from Kathmandu valley. We will be visiting different ancient places, historical palaces, monuments, and also some old museums. With the visit of Kathmandu valley, the tour will take you to the beautiful Places of Nepal, including the Sadhus at Pashupatinath temple, where our dead body is burnt in the fire on the riverbank of Bagmati.
You will have a meeting with many Sadhus and yogi, can see the pilgrimage praying at the temple. We are capturing the famous Sankhu and Pharping local village. We cover some of the best Temples and monasteries such as Dakshinkali, Namobuddha. The old town of Newari village of Bungmati and Khokana are the best places to capture the people of different ethnicity and their unique lifestyles.
Furthermore, in our Nepal photography tour, we will be traveling to Pokhara, the city of lakes, and a place of natural wonders. Moreover, the fantastic and breath-taking lakes, rivers, and stunning views of the mountains make this place extremely beautiful.
Along with that, the great lifestyle and the shopping areas are the major attractions to the place. In addition to that, the waterfalls, temples, the local settlements, etc. provide you with the best photography goals.
Also, there are World peace pagoda and Sarankgot, where you will be able to witness the naturally beautiful Nepal with the astonishing views of nature. Along with that, these fantastic views will surely add some spice to your photographic tour.
1. The ten popular World Heritage Sites
2. The art and architecture of the country
3. The view of the world’s tallest mountains
4. Culturally rich places
5. The unique lifestyle of people
Nepal is one of the best places for amateur photographers to take natural photos. Nature and culture with its perfect harmony and ancient Buddhist and Hindu traditions still exist here. The photography tour of Nepal is the most popular new tour to take for budding photographers. Furthermore, several places in Nepal are also on the UNESCO World Heritage Sites list, and these are key opportunities to get some great photos of some of the world’s most stunning historic and natural sights. Nepal Himalaya has the best natural landscape for photography, with massive vistas and also the best panoramic views.
For the best packing for Nepal photography is better you can check the weather before you start packing. Even if you won’t be traveling for a few weeks or months, you can check the average highs and lows to help you anticipate your wardrobe needs as you prepare.
This is also a good idea to pack the below things if in case your checked luggage is delayed:
You can travel to Nepal throughout the year as it is a year-round destination. Nepal has basically 4 seasons and the climate varies with the altitude and the time of year.
If we are talking the best of the best time for Nepal photography is from late September to early December and March to early May are the best time. October and November are the Autumn months and the best time to visit Nepal in terms of weather. The temperature is at a comfortable level. It is after finishing the monsoon so they generally remain clear with crisp air. This will provide incredible mountain views. Furthermore, during March and May, the temperature is more and the best time to capture the greenery and blooming flowers. You can capture the color of the holy festival also at this time.
If you are planning to capture the Nepal festival and get into its culture inside in your Nepal Photography tour. Consequently, October and November have big festivals in Nepal. The Dashain festival is celebrating in 15-days which takes place across Nepal. people spend their time with family and friends a playing card and singing songs, dance. there are lots of animal sacrifices at this time in the temples and every house of Nepal. Another big festival celebrates during his time in Tihar. the festival of Light, Tihar is marked in October/November. Houses are beautifully decorated with oil lamps and candles.
Tour Duration: 10 days from arrival to Departure
Climate during the tour:
September to Nov: Autumn delightful and clear weather, the mountain views are the best. (Maximum 30 Degree Minimum 2 Degree)
March to May (warmest months) the temperatures are mildly warm ((Maximum 33 Degree Minimum 10 Degree)
We have winter from December to February: During this time the weather is cold and dry, the view is poor. (Maximum 24 Degree Minimum -2 Degree)
The rainy season and also summer starting from June 1o to August: (July/August has more raining) (Maximum 34 Degree Minimum 19 Degree)
Tour Visiting Places: Kathmandu, Pharping, Namobuddha, Pokhara, Sarangnkot, World Peace pagoda.
Transportation: Good Condition Private Car/Van depends on group size for the tour with a good driver, flight to Pokhara.
It is easy to get a Nepal visa for travelers, First, be sure you have a valid passport with at least 6 months’ validity from the return date. You can obtain visas for Nepal from the Nepalese Consulate in your country or upon arrival at Kathmandu Airport. USD 30 or equivalent convertible currency for 15 days for single/multiple entries. If you get a visa for 30 days It is USD 50 or equivalent convertible currency. USD 125 or equivalent convertible currency for 90 days for single/multiple entries.
Currency & Money exchange
While you are doing Nepal Photography for your extra expenses you need Nepali rupees,. Nepal banks notes comes in Rupees 5, 10, 20, 50, 100, 250, 500, 1000 denominations. Coins come in Rupees 1, 2, 5, and also 10 denominations. We suggest you exchange only with banks or authorized money exchangers. The receipts of such transactions are to be obtained and retained. Visitors can exchange foreign currency at the foreign exchange counter at the airport upon arrival too but the rate is lower there. You can better exchange money changers and in the Bank in the city. Visitors other than the Indian nationals have to make the payment in foreign currency (non-Indian currency) in hotels, trekking agencies or travel agencies, and air tickets.
Nepal has an electrical voltage of 220-240 volts. It supplies current at 50Mhz. Most of the electric plugs in Nepal are two or three prongs that are in a round shape. During the Himalaya tour in Nepal, you can use 3 types of plugs. Types C, D, and M, Plug type C are with the two round pins, plug type D is the plug which has three round pins in a triangular pattern and plug type M has three round pins.
Type C: It is also known as the standard “Euro” plug.
Type D: Tis socket works in some African and Asian countries with Nepal.
Type M: It also looks like plug D, but with larger pins. This socket only works with plug M.
While you are on the tour you may not able to charge your phone so better you can get the power bank. Hope this will be helpful information for your Nepal family tour.
After completing your Nepal photography tour and if you have more time you can do different activities in Nepal. Nepal is famous for its world’s best trekking trail from day hiking to 2 weeks trek. you can choose any of our trekking packages. If you need extra night hotel services after finish your tour we can arrange it at a reasonable cost. you can do the extra tour in Kathmandu city also or join an an-hour scenic flight over Mount Everest. Furthermore, we are also offering Tibet and Bhutan tours.
Day 01: - Greetings at Kathmandu Airport and transfer to hotel.
We will meet you at Kathmandu Tribhuvan International Airport with marigold flowers, and you will be transferred to the hotel. Where you will have your time to freshen up and after that, we will have a brief meeting about the itinerary tour program and other details. We will give you a short brief about your tour and introduce your tour guide for the trip. you can ask any question you may have with the tour organizer and your tour guide.
Day 02: - Photography Tour inside Kathmandu Pashupati Nath ( Sadhus) and Monkey Temple.
Today we will do the photography in Pashupatinath Temple, where our dead body is burnt in the fire on the riverbank of Bagmati River, you can meet many Sadhus and yogi, can see the pilgrimage praying in the Temple. After visit Pashupatinath, We will go to the Monkey temple (Swyambhunath, very ancient and essentially enlisted in UNESCO World Heritage sites. we can see the best view of Kathmandu valley from the Monkey temple.
(This temple is one of the world’s most enchanting, glorious, and the oldest Buddhist stupas. It is believed The temple is more than 2000 years old. This famous humanmade landmark is situated on a hillock about 77m above the level of the Kathmandu Valley. The Stupa of Swyambhunath stands on a typically stylized lotus Mandala. One of the major highlights is that from the platform of the spot the splendid changing view of the valley could be seen)
Day 03: - Tour Of Sankhu Village and Sali Nadi, can capture the local terraces and vegetable fields
After having breakfast, drive for about 1-1.5 hrs to Sankhu. Sankhu is a medieval Newar village, which is a major pilgrimage center for Hindus. We can visit the Vajrajogini Temple, where a big meal is organized for one month. People keep fasting and worship here. Leaving their home for one month here in the name of the goddess Parvati. we can see the Sali Nadi.
Day 04: - Tour of Pharping and Dalshinkali
Pharping is a small town in the south of Kathmandu about a 19 km drive It is a culturally prosperous and thriving Newai town identified with the sacred site of Hinduism and Buddhism where Guru Rimpoche (Padmasambhava, known as lotus born God) attained the level of a Mahamudra vidyadhara. and ancient Buddhist pilgrimage sites that have been taken by a large number of Tibetans and other Nepalese Buddhist devotees. The village has a religious Buddhist monastery, Shesnarayan temple. It also has Bajra Yogini temple, Gorakhnath temple, and Guru Padmasambhava meditation cave. It is believed that he got enlightenment at Asur Cave. Recently numerous Buddhist monasteries have been built in the area. you can join the other pilgrims who are doing the clock-wise pilgrimage circuit (parikrama in Nepalese, kora in Tibetan)
After visiting the Pharping we will go to see Dakshinkali temple, which is dedicated to Kali, a bloodthirsty incarnation of goddess Parvati, consort of Shiva. This is the black female God temple and it refers to the temple´s position in a spectacular river gorge of the Black female goddess of the south. The Kali God loves the blood so people drag a menagerie of chickens, goats, sheep, pigs, and even buffaloes occasionally to be beheaded and transformed into cuts of meat by the temple priest, who are also a skilled butcher. Once the sacrifice is made, the meat goes in the pot; the pilgrims bring all the ingredients to make barbeque and feast themselves under the shade of trees. Saturday is the big sacrificial day, and also blood flows freely on Tuesday.
Day 05: - Capturing Namobuddha and Bhaktapur
Our tour begins with, Namo Buddha, a magnificent Buddhist monastery that lies 38 km east of Kathmandu with 1,750 meters. Namo Buddha is one of the most important pilgrim sites in the valley, particularly for Tibetan Buddhists. The temple tells about Gautam Buddha’s story, Buddha gave up his body out of compassion for a starving tigress and her cubs. This holy land is a very relaxing and comfortable place. Thrangu Rinpoche design Namo Buddha temple as a representation of the three yanas or path; it is beautiful, elegant, and filled with symbolic meaning as befits this holy Buddhist pilgrimage place. On Return visit Bhaktapur (Bhaktapur tour is famous for seeing this thing Pottery and weaving are its major traditional industries. Sometimes it’s best to take a break from temples and sit back and watch the unchanging rituals of daily life: The laying out of grain to dry in the sun, families collecting water or washing under communal taps, children playing simple games, dyed yarns flapping in the breeze or potters at work throwing clay are the major attraction of this site. Though a massive earthquake of 1934 destroyed many temples, battles (monastery courtyards), and residences, the city is still a living proof of the highest craft standards in this part of the world. You can also enjoy seeing the narrow brick-paved streets, many alleys will show hidden shrines and statues)
Day 06: - Tour of Bungmati and Khokana and Kirtipur
Tour of a very ancient village near Kathmandu, Bungmati, and Khokana, and Kirtipur.Bungamati and Khokana are the old Newari village (of the 16th century) alike Kirtipur, but a visit to Khokana and Bungamati is a bit different from the visit to Kirtipur. The main attractions of Khokana village are, we can see the traditional way of oil making. But people are in Bungmati is more popular for making traditional wood carving, which one can see in the historical places in and around Kathmandu valley. This is the perfect Photography trip to Kathmandu.
Kirtipur is a great exception to the usual Newari settlements. Perched on twin hillocks and clinging to the saddle about 5 km from Kathmandu. Kirtipur has two satellite hamlets to the south, Panga, and Nagaon. The kingdom was so strong then it was defeated the Most powerful king of Nepalese history three times when he tried to unify it with Nepal.
Day 07: - Fly to Pokahra, Photography in World Peace Pagoda, Boating in Lake and visit near by Farm House.
Today after breakfast, we will fly to Pokhara, transfer to the hotel, We will capture the photos with boating in the Famous Lake Phewa, We will be enjoying the photo sessions there in the lake with the beautiful scenario. From here, we will visit the local farmhouse, farmers working in the field, and capture from the world peace stupa.
Day 08: - Early morning capture Himalayas from Sarangkot, late afternoon fly to Kathmandu.
Early morning we will drive about 35 minutes to Sarangkot village, which offers superb Himalayan vista consisting of the mighty peaks such as the Annapurna, Himalchuli, Machhapuchhare, and Lamjung Himal. Sarangkot tower hiking will amaze you witness the sunrise over the White snow-capped Mountains of Whole Annapurna and Dhaulagiri Ranges, including fishtail view. Back to the hotel, have breakfast, rest, and roaming around lakeside, afternoon fly back to Kathmandu and transfer to the hotel.
Day 09 - Free day , Photography in your own, free time for shopping
Today we make the free day in Kathmandu; you can capture as you like can visit the local area near hotels like Kathmandu durbar square, local shops at Ason Bazar. You will have time for shopping.
Day 10: - Final Departure.
You can do other activities at extra cost and we are happy to arrange for you. IF you are leaving Nepal, we will drop you at the International airport to catch your flight back to your home. We will wish you a happy journey traditionally and culturally of Nepal and hope to see you again.
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