Nepal 6 Days Tour

Published By: December 6, 2019Written By:Shankar Adhikari

Travelling has always been a perfect way to run away from the daily chaos of life. 6 days Nepal Tour is the one platform for you that is helpful to Travel and lets you explore the unexplored and be close to mother nature. There is no better way than traveling to discover a true worthwhile adventure.

For every avid traveler, there is no better option than Nepal to explore the carved adventure. Nepal is rich in many famous, beautiful, and apical Himalayan Ranges like Everest, Annapurna, and Kanchenjunga. In housing the eight out of fourteen highest peaks (>8000 meters), Nepal manifests its glorious majesty.

Being a dreamland to all, Nepal welcomes travelers all around the world with remarkable hospitality and charms. Exploring every part of Nepal will be an adventure in itself. But if you are here for some days and want to visit unique & famous places, 6 days Nepal Tour is the one for you.

6 Days Nepal Tour

6 Days Nepal Tour is designed in such a way that it fulfills all your thrive of travel and adventure. Every destination is popular and famous for its authenticity. The journey includes Kathmandu and Pokhara tours. It is a combination of cultural as well as a natural tour with delightful fun and scenic views.

Here is the detailed itinerary that will inspire you for sure!

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Detailed Itinerary for Nepal 6 Days Tour

Day 01: Arrival in Kathmandu, Nepal

6 Days Nepal Tour

Max. Altitude: 1310m, Kathmandu

Accommodation: Hotel

Upon your arrival, our representatives will pick you up at the Tribhuvan International Airport (TIA), Kathmandu. You will then be transferred to the desired hotel. After lunch, you will take a short rest. Afterwhile begin your 6 days Nepal Tour. In the first phase of your journey, you will explore the capital city, Kathmandu, and its suburbs.

Kathmandu City is an ancient medieval city of religious temples, shrines, and idols. Out of ten, seven UNESCO World Heritage Sites are located within Kathmandu Valley. Amongst the sites are the temples and idols that date back to 2500 years and more.

You will first visit Monkey Temple aka Swayambhunath Temple. Situated at the hilltop, you will have an awesome view of Kathmandu Valley. The surroundings of the temple are serene and beautiful. Afterward, you will drive to visit the historic palaces of Kathmandu, Patan, and Bhaktapur Square. In Basantapur, you can also get a glimpse of the living Goddess Kumari. Within these places, you also get to witness the simple yet bustling lifestyle of Kathmandu. After having an awesome day, you will return to your hotel for a night’s stay. Regarding food, either you can taste the regular food of the hotel or the varied cuisines of other restaurants.

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Day 02: Kathmandu City Tour to Nagarkot Hill

Max. Altitude: 2300m, Nagarkot Hill

Travel Duration: 2 hours of drive

Accommodation: Hotel

Today, you wake up early in the morning and have your breakfast. Then, you can visit other places of Kathmandu Valley enlisted in UNESCO World Heritage Site like Changunaryan. This shrine is considered to be the oldest temple in Nepal. With the idol of Lord Vishnu, the temple embarks a milestone in Nepali architecture with rich embossed works.

Afterward, you begin the journey to Nagarkot Hill. It will be a 2-hour ride at an altitude of 2300 meters. Nagarkot is a small Hill-station offering the magnificent sunrise and sunset over the loftiest Himalayan Range. On a clear day, you can also see the majestic Mt. Everest from here.

In the evening, you can catch the golden view of the setting sun. Regarding accommodation, Nagarkot has numerous hotels with excellent facilities. You will have a comforting stay here.

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Day 03: Nagarkot to Kathmandu via sightseeing

nagarkot

Max. Altitude: 1310m, Kathmandu

Travel Duration: 2 hours of drive

Accommodation: Hotel

Say good morning to the spectacular sunrise slowly lightening the whole Himalayan range surrounding the valley. In clear season, you can spot Kanchenjunga in the east and Annapurna & Dhaulagiri in the west.

Other exciting things you can do in Nagarkot are Everest View Paragliding, Yoga & Pilates, and mountain biking. Likewise, you can explore Nagarkot Nature Trail, View Point Tower, Buddha Peace Garden, etc.

After this exploration, you will drive back to Kathmandu. As you check into your hotel, you will proceed to visit the largest stupa in Nepal, Boudhanath. The dome-shaped monument symbolizes enlightenment, eternity, and serenity.

As there are many shops around the stupa, you can buy lovely souvenirs for your loved ones. There are many cafes with rooftop views. You’ll have another tranquil experience here.

Day 04: Fly to Pokhara & Sightseeing

pokhara fewa lake

Max. Altitude: 910m, Pokhara

Travel duration: 30 minutes of flight

Accommodation: Hotel

After having breakfast early in the morning, you will take a scenic flight to another mesmerizing city; Pokhara. Pokhara is a gateway towards the famous Annapurna region surrounded by beautiful Annapurna and Dhaulagiri mount ranges. It is also a famous tourist hub with all kinds of options for adventure.

Within half an hour, you will reach there. However, you do have the option to drive which will take about 5-6 hours. Taking a drive to Pokhara has its perks. Upon arriving in Pokhara, an aura of joy hits you instantly. Whether it may be the snowclad mountains or serene lakes, you begin to enjoy yourself there.

Checking into your hotel, you will have some rest and then lunch. The whole day is yours to explore Pokhara’s endless beauty. You can do boating, kayaking, cycling, and rowing around the lakeside. You can also visit some exciting spots like Peace Pagoda, International Mountain Museum, Mahendra Cave, and D

avis Falls. Also, religious sites like Bindabasini and Tal Barahi will fascinate you.

Also, Pokhara is known as the “City of lakes”. You can roam the relieving sites of Fewa Lake, Begnas Lake, and Rupa Lake. For the evening treat, there are lots of pubs, clubs, and restaurants to choose from.

Day 05: Sarangkot Hill tour to fly back to Kathmandu

Sarangkot, the best sunrise viewpoint

Max. Altitude: 1592m, Sarangkot

Travel Duration: an hour of drive

Accommodation: Hotel

You will take an early drive to Sarangkot right in the morning. You don’t want to miss the glowing sunrise over the snow-capped Himalayas. The view from the top of Sarangkot is just mind-blowing.

Situated at 1592m, Sarangkot also offers panoramic views of Annapurna, Fishtail, Dhaulagiri, and other snowy mountains. However, Paragliding is the major attraction of Sarangkot.

Paragliding in Nepal is a wonderful and fulfilling experience for any adventure seeker. And there is no better place than Sarangkot for that. You get to witness the best scenery on earth as you leave the ground. This is a lifetime thrilling moment that you will cherish forever.

After finishing all your programs, you will return to Pokhara. You can pay a visit to places like Gupteshwor Cave and Tibetan Refugee Camp. Then, your trip to Pokhara comes to an end. All this time you’ll realize Pokhara is the hub of rich and diversified cultural practices, ethnicity, art, and religion.

You will be returning to Kathmandu via flight and staying at the hotel overnight.

Day 06: Farewell Day

Here comes the final day of your 6 days tour. Our representatives will be dropping you to Tribhuvan International airport as per schedule. You will also be given a farewell treat before your departure flight. Safe Travel!

Final Words,

We hope you had a great time with us and look forward to a positive response. As the above itinerary is just a proposed model, we welcome any kind of suggestion. We too have an alternate itinerary to the above:

Day 01: Kathmandu Arrival (1310 M)

Day 02: Full day Kathmandu city tour then drop to Nagarkot

Day 03: Nagarkot to Chitwan National Park (5/6 hrs drive)

Day 04: Full day National park Activities

Day 05: Chitwan to Kathmandu drive

Day 06: Farewell Day

Finally, to travel is to live, explore and discover. And Nepal is a world full of adventure. You will make and take only beautiful memories, leaving only footprints. It is for sure after your departure you will feel “Once is not enough in Nepal”.

basantapur durbar square

FAQs for Nepal 6 Days Tour

How can I apply for a visa in Nepal?

You can get your visa either online or upon arrival. You can get an on-arrival tourist visa at Tribhuvan International Airport. You will need two copies of your photos and your passport. However, some countries will need to apply for a visa before traveling. The cost of the visa is $30 for 15 days from the date of issue, $50 for 30 days, and $125 for 90 days. Likewise, You can apply via an online visa form too.

Do I need travel insurance while traveling in Nepal?

It is very recommendable to have travel insurance wherever you go. Especially while trekking at high altitudes, it is mandatory. Make sure your travel insurance includes all the medical charges, helicopter evacuation, theft, accidents, and natural disasters.

What kind of permits do I need for traveling to Nepal?

If you have any plans for trekking to various destinations, then you will need the required permits. The costs of permits vary depending upon the trekking spots. But as in this package, there is no such thing, you will not need any kind of special permit.

Is traveling safely in Nepal?

Yes, Nepal is completely safe to travel to. Many might doubt this fact after the horrifying earthquake in 2015. But Nepal has recovered a lot since then. Today while traveling in Nepal you will witness beautifully renovated artifacts and sculptures. Regarding pickpocketing, you need to take the usual precautions for their safety like anywhere in the world.

What essential documents do I need to bring with me?

The essential documents that you shouldn’t forget at all are a valid passport, a copy of your travel insurance, cash, flight tickets, emergency contact numbers of insurance, and family members. If you have any medications, don’t forget them at all.

Do I need a guide or porter?

While visiting Nepal, guidance is almost mandatory. It is also very helpful to you in many ways. You will have more memorable moments and inspiring stories to explore. You will get a lot of informative knowledge about places and local lifestyle.

While trekking, guides, and porter can play big roles in your safe & successful journey. Along with the company, there will solve any kind of problems that comes on your way.

Can I travel solo or DIY?

As mentioned earlier, it is more safe and more sound to travel with guides and porters. But if you are experienced ones who have traveled to Nepal more than once, then you can opt for DIYs.

Is there any possibility of Acute Mount Sickness (AMS)?

Acute Mountain Sickness (AMS) generally occurs above the elevation of 3,500 meters. And the maximum altitude you gain on this tour is less than 3000 meters. So, you don’t have to worry about AMS at all. But it is better to take preventive measures. Be aware of your body’s state. Don’t stress much and keep yourself hydrated with plenty of water and fluids.

When is the best time to visit Nepal?

Visiting Nepal in any season has its perks. However, for the best experience, Spring (March-May) and Autumn (September-November) are the most preferable time. The weather is moderate and the skies are clear. There is less chance of rain. And the atmosphere is calm and tranquil. Also, mother nature blooms in its color during these times. All the scenic views are mesmerizing that captivate your heart. Thus, you get the best when you are at your best!

What are the basic social etiquettes to follow in Nepal?

Major social etiquettes to follow while in Nepal are to take off shoes while entering a temple, ask permission before entering Hindu Temples, or take photos. Also, it will be good if you greet them with “Namaste”. And last, you should be quite conscious about choosing clothes. Don’t wear shorts and sleeveless as far as possible.

What currency should I bring to Nepal?

It is better if you bring USD/Pounds/Euros to pay for your visa and every travel expense. Most places accept these and also there are many counters for exchanging money.

What are the time and phone codes of Nepal?

The valid Nepali Time is GMT/UTC + 5H45 and the country code is 977.

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