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Nepal Tour Packages from Kolkata

Nepal Tour Packages As the colourful patterns inside a kaleidoscope make it diverse and beautiful, the different landscapes, culture and traditions of Nepal make it one of the beautiful places in the Earth. Apart from the breath-taking views of the lofty Himalayas, one also gets to experience the placid lakes, emerald forests, phenomenal milieu of art, architecture and cultural heritage.

This 800 km long and 200 km wide country is divided into three physiographic divisions - Himal, Pahad and Terai. These divisions are intersected by the north to south flowing river systems. The Himal makes up the northern part of Nepal and consists of the famous Himalayan peaks and ranges, namely, Mt. Everest, Mt. Makalu, Mt. Annapurna, Mt. Dhaulagiri etc while the Pahad is the hilly terrain interspersed with beautiful valleys and rivers flowing in the area. The Terai is the Nepalese extension of the Indo-Gangetic plains bordered by the Shivaliks.

Book Exhilarating Nepal Tour Packages From Kolkata

A landlocked country in Southern Asia, Nepal is tucked away between Tibet and China. Popularly known as the land of impressive mountains, incredible landscapes and snowy peaks, Nepal is every traveller's paradise. It is a country which has a blend of rich culture, great adventure and adrenaline. Opting for Naturecamp Travels' comprehensive Nepal Tour Packages from Kolkata can thus be the experience of a lifetime.

Counted among the leading travel agency, we are widely known for offering a wide range of package tours. We specialise in offering customised tour packages to meet the specific travel requirements of tourists. Be it a family vacation, a honeymoon tour, a solo trip or a holiday with friends, we have you covered. Our skilled tour operators are passionate about travellers and go the extra mile to plan the perfect holiday for our customers.

The culture of Nepal is rooted in the folk traditions and their practices whose essence can only be soaked up on a life time experience of travel to this beautiful country.

The destinations which are must to be visited in Nepal are Kathmandu, Pokhara and Chitwan.

Destination & Sightseeing:


Famously known as the 'City of Temples', Kathmandu, is located at an altitude of 4600 ft above the sea level. The city had been the centre of Nepal's history, art and culture and economy since ages. The population residing here has a majority of Buddhists and Hindus, resulting into multiethnicity. Kathmandu serves as an entry point to the Nepalese Himalayas as well as houses the seven UNESCO world heritage sites, - Bouddhanath Stupa, Pashupatinath Temple, Kathmandu Durbar Square, Swayambhunath Stupa, Bhaktapur Durbar Square, Patan Durbar Square and Changunarayan Temple.

Boudhanath Stupa: This structure represents a giant dome consisting of a pyramid tower or 'mandala' signifying the Buddhist influence in the architecture. It is a place of worship representing Buddha and his teachings. A very important structural feature one can observe is that the base of the stupa is decorated with a pair of eyes looking at each of the 4 cardinal directions, - North, South, East and West, which represents the Buddhist philosophy of the immense knowledge and enlightenment of the Lord Buddha. The construction of this ancient stupa dates back to around 5 th Century A.D by the then Licchavi king. After the Chinese invasion of Tibet in 1959, the Tibetans came here and constructed 50 gompas around the stupa. Another historical significance of the place lies in the fact that the very location was on an ancient trade route which possibly ran from China to Europe.

Pashupatinath Temple: It is one of the most important hindu temples dedicated to Lord Shiva or Pashupati. The temple is located on the banks of Bagmati river, 5 kms away from the Kathmandu valley.
The main structure of the temple can be described as a pagoda inside a protected courtyard which has an inner and outer complex respectively. The deity of the temple is Lord Shiva. The most notable object observed in this temple is the golden bull statue, the 'vahana' of Lord Shiva guarding the entrance to the inner complex. The temple is also one of the 12 'Jyotirlingams' of Lord Shiva.
The original temple was built around 400 AD by Licchavi Dynasty but the present structure is a renovation work done in 17 th century. However, the main temple strictly allows people belonging to the Hindu faith, though the other shrines around the Pashupati temple complex can be visited by people of all faiths alike.

Kathmandu Durbar Square: In the past, the Kathmandu Durbar Square was the place where the kings were coronated and royal events took place. Gradually, important Buddhist and Hindu rituals started to be held there. At present, the place serves as the meditative backdrop for the people who seeks spirituality. The Durbar Square has two portions, - Outer Complex and Inner Complex. The outer complex was beautified with fountains, statues, small ponds and courtyards namely Sundari Chok and Mohan Chok by the Malla Dynasty who ruled here. The inner complex, known better as Hanuman Dhoka Palace Complex, consists of the old royal palaces which are now renovated into museums.
There are a few pagoda-styled temples in the outer complex as well. These temples were designed under the Newari architectural influence. Although most of the structures in the Kathmandu Durbar Square were built during the Mallas, the Shahs added a few notable structures in the place, too. One of the famous structures made by the Shah Dynasty is known as Basantapur Durbar. The structure has nine storeys and four roofs.
At the southern part of the Kathmandu Durbar Square lies "Kumari Bahal". The deity of this unusual temple, built in Newari style is Kumari Devi - a young girl who represents the living replica of Hindu Mother Goddess. A glimpse of the living deity can be caught during the 'Indra Jatra Festival' organised during every September.

Swayambhunath Stupa: Lying in the northwest of Kathmandu valley, the Swayambhunath hillock is one of the notable places which represents religious harmony in Nepal as well as the world.
The Stupa complex consists of numerous chaityas, statues and temple of Harati Devi, the protector of all children. There is a large pair of eyes on each of the four sides of the main stupa which represent the power of knowledge and wisdom. Between the eyes, there lies a symbol of Nepali '1' designed as a question mark which expresses the unity of all things existing in the world and the only path to enlightenment is through the teachings of Buddha.
Mythologically, Manjushri, the bodhisattva of wisdom, raised the hill on which the Stupa stands on. He travelled to the spot as he had a vision of lotus standing there. Later, in 460 A.D, King Manadeva built the stupa on that same spot.

Bhaktapur Durbar Square: The Bhaktapur Durbar Square is currently located in the town of Bhaktapur, 13 kms from Kathmandu. It is the ancient site of royal palace of Bhaktapur kingdom. The main attractions of this place are Nyatapola Temple, statue of King Bhupatindra Malla, Bhairavnath Temple, Golden Gate and fifty-five windowed palace of Bhaktapur Durbar Square.
The palace of 55 windows is the oldest monument of Nepal and it is considered to be a masterpiece of woodcarving. The palace was built by the Malla dynasty. Nyatapola temple is a pagoda styled temple comprising of five storeys and built in Newari style of architecture. There's a maginificient statue of Bhupatindra Malla carved on a column facing the palace. Close to the palace is the golden gate adorned with intricately carved out Hindu mythical characters and monsters. The Bhairavnath Temple is dedicated to Bhairava, the fiercest form of the Lord Shiva.

Patan Durbar Square: This durbar square is located in Lalitpur and a centre of architectural significance. The structures were built around the 17 th century. There were 136 courtyards and 55 temples here. The dominant style of architecture seen here is the Shikhara style and the dominant materials used were mostly stone and wood.
The important structures in the square include Krishna Mandir, Bhimsen Temple, Vishwanath Temple, Taleju Bhawani Temple, Golden Temple, Patan Museum and Courtyards. The Krishna Temple, built in the local variation of the Shikhara style, is the most important structure of the Patan Durbar Square. The first floor of the temple is dedicated to Lord Krishna and the second floor is dedicated to Lord Shiva. There is a third floor, as well, which is a place to worship the Avalotikeshwara. The carvings of the first-floor pillars depict the events of the Mahabharata while the second-floor carvings depict the events from the Ramayana.
Bhimsen Temple: This temple is dedicated to the third pandav, Bhima, from the Mahabharata who was also worshipped as a god of business and trade. The structure is famous for 3 interconnected gold windows. Unfortunately, the temple does not allow tourists inside.
Vishwanath Temple: This temple is dedicated to the Lord Shiva. The sculpture of two stone elephants graces the entrance to the temple which is also known as the 'Khajuraho of Nepal' for its beautiful stone carvings. Taleju Bhawani Temple: This five-storey temple with three roofs built by the Pradhanas houses the deity worshipped by the Malla kings.
Golden Temple: The temple is dedicated to Buddhism and is famous for its gold carvings. This temple, built in the 12 th century, is also one of the richest structures.
Patan Museum: This museum curates the ancient artefacts which are thousands of years old. There are religious structures and bronze statues which have great value in the history of Nepal as well as Asia. This is one of the best museums of Asia.
Courtyards: The Patan Durbar Square has 3 main courtyards, namely, Keshav Narayan Chowk, Mul Chowk and Sundari Chowk. The Mul Chowk is the largest of all three and contains many temples.

Changu Narayan Temple: This temple is considered to be the oldest temple of Nepal. The temple is dedicated to Lord Vishnu. The Changu Narayan Temple has 2 storeys and is built upon a high stone platform. The architectural style followed here is of traditional Nepali architecture. The 10 incarnations of Lord Vishnu and the religious as well as mythological symbols and references related to Lord Vishnu are depicted all around the temple. Probably the most treasured part of this structure are the stone carvings, a few of which dates back to the 5 th Century A.D.

Kopan Monastery: This monastery is one of the lesser known monasteries of Kathmandu. The place is dedicated to Tibetan Mahayana Buddhism. The location of the Kopan Monastery is quite unique because of its high-altitude seat which provides a marvellous panorama of the Kathmandu City lying below.

Garden Of Dreams: If one needs a few moments of peace with oneself, this garden is a must visit. Though its quite unusual to find a European themed garden with lush green trees and lily ponds in the midst of the very oriental canvas of traditional architectures of Kathmandu but the serenity of the place would help one to connect better with the inner spirituality of Kathmandu.
Apart from the UNESCO world heritage sites one sees in Kathmandu, the Thamel neighbourhood should be one of the bucket lists while visiting Kathmandu because of its vibrancy and for sampling authentic local dishes.

Located around 200 kms away from Kathmandu, Pokhara is more famous as 'The Tourism Capital of Nepal' because it serves as the base for the trekkers going for the Annapurna Range Circuit Trek, Annapurna Base Camp, Poon Hill, Mardi Himal, TAAN Model Trek, Khopra Ridge Trek and Jomsom - Muktinath and for other adventure sports like rafting, canoeing, mountain biking, skydiving and paragliding.
Phewa Taal: The Phewa Taal or Lake is the serene mirror which reflects the Himalayan range on a clear day. The placid lake is surrounded by a dense forest alive with the songs of known and unknown birds. A boat ride across the lake on a clear morning or a full moon night would bestow an ethereal charm on the traveller.
Begnas Taal: The quiet, clean lake and the ambience can lure anyone to move away from the bustling cities.
Rupa Taal: Rupa Taal caters to the demand of a lonely wanderer who has a nose for quiet, offbeat ambiences dipped in tranquility.
Devi's Falls: This waterfall comes to its full might during the monsoons. The water after reaching the bottom disappears and form a tunnel measuring 500 ft approximately.
Varahi Mandir: This temple is dedicated to Lord Vishnu. The boar or the 'Varaha' incarnation of the Lord Vishnu is worshipped here. The Varahi Mandir was built in the 18 th century.
World Peace Pagoda: The peace pagoda was built on top of Anadu hill overlooking Phewa Taal in order to symbolize world peace. The location of the Pagoda is in a marvellous setting which offers outstanding views of Annapurna range, Macchapucchare or Fishtail Mountain, Dhaulagiri, Annapurna South and Annapurna III.
Sarangkot: If one is looking out to experience trekking, as a beginner, Sarangkot offers you the same. It's said that a good view comes only after a steep climb and this short trek up the slope vouches for the saying. The sunrise and the sunset views from Sarankot top are sure to mesmerize the observers. However, motorbikes on rent are also available to pillion you up to the phenomenal views of the snowy ranges from the top.
Caves: There are three known caves, Mahendra Cave, Chamare or Bat Cave, and Gupteshwar Mahadev Cave, which can be visited by the nature enthusiasts.
Museums: The International Mountain Museum carries information on the 14 highest Himalayan peaks, the history of mountaineering and the descriptions of the local people who live in and around the Himalayan ranges. The Gurkha Memorial Museum is dedicated to the famous Nepali soldiers.
Adventure Sports Activity in Pokhara:
Trekking: There are a few popular trails here, namely, Annapurna Circuit, Annapurna Base Camp, Upper Mustang, Manaslu, where you can head out for trekking.
Canoeing and Rafting: Boats can be rented for canoeing or rafting along the beautiful rivers around here.
Motorcycle Rides: Motorbiking around the hilly trails are also quite a popular sport here.
Mountain Biking: There are mainly three popular cycling trails in Pokhara where you can bike around. These three trails are, - Sarankot/Naudada/Hemja Loop, Dobindy Pass, Tibetan Refugee Camp.
Paragliding: If you are really excited to fly along over Lake Pokhara or around the Annapurnas, paragliding can be the most sought-after sport here in Pokhara. The flying lessons are given here on a daily basis by the experienced pilots and tour guides.

Chitwan National Park is the first national park in Nepal. It was declared as the world heritage site in the year 1984. The entire area spans around 900 sq. kms and is an interesting habitat, comprising of grasslands, marshes and forests, for a good size of animal population living here.
The animals like one horned Rhinoceros, deers, monkeys can be spotted here easily while the animals like elephants, sloth bear and leopards are a rare occurrence. Royal Bengal Tigers also are found here but spotting them is an extremely rare occurrence. Apart from the animals, there are around 500 species of birds in Chitwan National Park, making it a birdwatchers' paradise.
If one is really looking forward to experience wilderness, it is suggested to go for animal watching on elephants' backs or jeep safaris. The marshlands here offer canoe rides too to watch out for the crocodiles basking in the sun.

  • Day 1: Upon your arrival at Kathmandu Airport, our representative will meet you. We will pick up from there and transfer to a premium quality hotel. Kathmandu - the capital city of Nepal, is one of the biggest Himalayan cities. It will be an overnight stay at Kathamandu.
  • Day 2: After having your breakfast, embark on a full-day sightseeing tour. You will visit Pashupatinath Temple, Patan, Swayambhunath Temple, Durbar Square, Boudhanath Stupa, etc. In the evening, visit Thamel. Also, you can enjoy the night-life of Kathmandu. It will be an overnight stay at Kathmandu.
  • Day3: After Breakfast, proceed to Chitwan (97 KM). It is one of the most beautiful forests of Nepal. Chitwan is the first national park of Nepal and a world heritage site. Here, you can enjoy Tharu Cultural Program at Evening. As the day comes to an end, return to your hotel in Chitwan and have a sound sleep.
  • Day 4: The Day 4 of your Nepal Tour Packages from Kolkata will be another unforgettable day. Wake up early in the morning and go for Canoe Ride at Rapti River. This will be followed by a memorable bird watching tour. After Lunch, go for an Elephant safari. Spend the night at Chitwan hotel.
  • Day 5: Enjoy a hearty breakfast and gear up to head towards Pokhara. The tourism Capital of Nepal, Pokhara is popular for Phewa Lake. Return to your hotel when the day ends for a sound nightís sleep at Pokhara hotel.
  • Day 6: Kick-start your day by waking up early in the morning. You will visit Sarangkot for witnessing a spectacular sunrise. Later, return to your hotel for a delicious breakfast. After having your breakfast, visit Devis Falls, Phewa Taal, Begnas Taal, Rupa Taal, Museums,World Peace Pagoda,Varthi Mandir etc. In the evening, enjoy the local market and night life of Pokhara. It will be an overnight stay at Pokhara.
  • Day 7: Start your day with an early morning transfer to Kathmandu (201 KM). It will be an overnight stay at Kathmandu.
  • Day 8: It is the last day of your Nepal tour. You will be transferred to Airport for your onward flight to Kolkata. You will leave Nepal with beautiful memories to cherish for a lifetime.

What Makes Nepal A Popular Holiday Destination?

Nepal boasts of eight of the world's ten highest mountain peaks, including the highest mountain above sea level- Mount Everest. The landlocked country is a paradise for rock climbers, mountaineers and tourists seeking adventure. The Hindu as well as Buddhist heritage of this beautiful country, makes it a favourite holiday destination.

Nepal provides a detailed insight into its rich history and culture through its monasteries and temples. A mesmerising country with fantastic trekking opportunities and adventure sports, Nepal has something for every kind of tourist. Additionally, Nepal is popular among the tourists for its numerous local sightseeing options. Offering tourists a plethora of things to do, booking Nepal Tour Packages from Kolkata can be an informed travel decision.

Nepal Tour Packages: Inclusions

  • Cosy, convenient accommodation at top-rated hotels
  • Great room service with modern amenities
  • Hygienic, delicious meals
  • Sightseeing as per trip itinerary
  • Boat ride at Phewa Lake, Pokhra
  • Good hospitality
  • Complete tour management

Nepal Tour Packages: Exclusions

  1. Entry fees to monuments, museums and other places of interest
  2. Any meal or food not specified in the package
  3. Personal expense like phone calls, laundry, shopping, drinks, etc.
  4. Any other item not specified in the above 'inclusions' section

Dos And Don'ts To Keep In Mind When Travelling To Nepal

  • Make sure you use both of your hands when receiving or giving something - it's gesture of respect
  • Do walk clockwise around the stupas, so that the outer walls are always on the right. Even if you encounter a stone wall covered with Tibetan inscriptions, ensure you do the same.
  • Never take photographs of holy shrines, temples and the locals without seeking their permission.
  • Make sure you take off your shoes when entering a monastery, temple or home
  • Avoid smoke in scared sites and public places
  • Wear scant dress in religious places is a must and women should avoid wearing skimpy outfits
  • Never eat beefs in front of Buddhist and Hindus since it is strictly forbidden here.
  • Carry your own essential medicines since not all medicines are easily available in Nepal
  • Shouting or raising your voice is considered bad manners in Nepal
  • Never touch anything with your feet when travelling in Nepal since Nepalese consider it as an offence

Our Services Includes:

  • Accommodations in top-quality resorts and hotels
  • Breakfast and other facilities
  • Transportation
  • Comprehensive tour management
  • Memorable sightseeing

Why Should You Choose Our Nepal Tour Packages:

  • All-inclusive Packages
  • Guaranteed Client Satisfaction
  • Whatever you need during the trip, we will provide
  • Ensure beautiful sightseeing and other activities
  • Affordable Rates

When Is The Ideal Time To Opt For Nepal Tour Packages?

The fall season or the period from October-November is the perfect time to book Nepal Tour Packages from Kolkata. The clear skies and sunny days make these months the best time to explore Nepal.

What Are The Best Things To Do During Nepal Tour?

  1. Trekking the majestic Himalayas
  2. Soak up the rich culture in Kathmandu
  3. Go white-water river rafting
  4. Experience the unique backpacker vibe in Thamel
  5. Take up adventure sports

Nepal Tour Packages: Common FAQs

Q. Is Nepal Safe For Travelling Solo?
A. Yes, travelling alone to Nepal is safe! Nepal is regarded as one of the safest countries in the world for travelling solo. Even if you are a solo female traveller, there's nothing to worry. This is because; Nepali men are respectful towards the women owing to the religious nature of the country.
Q. Do Indians Require Visa For Visiting Nepal?
A. No, Indian nationals do not require visa for travelling to Nepal. The Indo- Nepal Treaty of Peace, 1950 allows both Indians and Nepalese to enter and exit the countries freely. However, Indians visiting Nepal are required to carry at least one of the following documents-
  • A valid Indian Passport
  • A photo ID card issued by the Govt of India
  • Election ID card issued by the Election Commission of India.

Q. What Are The Must-Have Food And Beverages In Nepal?
A. Nepali food is very delicious and hygienic. Ensure you try famous Nepali cuisine like-
  • Momo
  • Daal Bhat Tarkari
  • Samay Baji
  • Yomari
  • Kwati
  • Chatamari
  • Aloo Tama

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