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Simply Nepal Simply Nepal
£ 2880

Uncover the untold treasures of the Kingdom of Nepal, from its temple-filled capital to its awe-inspiring mountains and wildlife-rich jungle.

You begin in Kathmandu, a fascinating city packed with ancient temples, palaces and stupas. Wander the colourful streets and admire the rows of intricately carved traditional houses. Continue to Chitwan National Park where you’ll have the opportunity to spot a rare and unique wildlife on jeep safaris, jungle walks and river boat excursions.

Your journey eventually takes you to Pokhara Valley in the Nepalese Himalayas to stay in a remote mountain lodge surrounded by breathtaking scenery. Finally, return to Kathmandu via the medieval Newar town of Bhaktapur.

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    Day 1-3 London - Muscat - Kathmandu
    London - Muscat - Kathmandu

    Board a flight from London to Muscat, from where you will connect with an onward flight to Kathmandu. You’ll be staying at a luxury hotel just outside the city centre, within reach of the mighty Boudhanath Stupa – one of the largest stupas in the world and the most important monument of Tibetan Buddhism outside of Tibet.

    In the afternoon, you’ll set out on a guided tour of this vibrant city, taking in famous sights like the sacred and UNESCO-listed Pashupatinath Temple. The following day you’ll stop by the hill-top ‘Monkey Temple’, one of the oldest shrines in the world, and take a rickshaw ride around the historic Durbar Square. Finish your time in Kathmandu with some retail therapy in the shopping district of Thamel.

    Stay: Two night at Hyatt Regency Kathmandu

    Day 4-6 Chitwan National Park
    Chitwan National Park

    On day four you’ll bid goodbye to Kathmandu and catch a flight to Bharatpur. You’ll be met and transferred to your accommodation on the outskirts of Chitwan National Park, Nepal’s most popular wildlife sanctuary and a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

    During your stay, you’ll have the opportunity to enjoy elephant rides, jeep safaris and canoe excursions on the Rapti River in search of one-horned rhinoceros, Bengal tigers, leopards, sloth bears and various species of deer and monkey. You’ll also set out on exciting jungle walks and birdwatching tours alongside the resort’s experienced guides.

    Stay: Three nights at Kasara Resort

    Day 7-9 Pokhara
    Pokhara

    Today you will fly to Pokhara, a laidback city sprawled along the banks of Phewa Lake. Your lodge sits atop a hilltop ridge, affording you spectacular views of the valley and snow-topped mountains beyond. You’ll be perfectly based to explore nearby hiking trails, from scenic ridge-top walks through the Annapurna Mountains to more leisurely strolls in the surrounding hills. You’ll also have time for picnics in picturesque locations and exploring the local area.

    Stay: Three nights at Tiger Mountain Pokhara Lodge

    Day 10 Pokhara - Kathmandu
    Pokhara - Kathmandu

    Today you will fly back to Kathmandu for a final night in the capital. After lunch in a local restaurant, you will set off to discover Bhaktapur, an ancient Newar town located in the eastern corner of the Kathmandu Valley. Thanks to its rich culture, temples and intricate wood, metal and stone artwork, the city has been declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

    Stay: One night at the Hyatt Regency Kathmandu

    Day 11 Kathmandu - Muscat - London

    Your Nepal adventure comes to an end. You’ll be transferred to the airport for your return flight back to London, connecting in Muscat.

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