7 Nights 8 Days Nepal Tour

Published By: March 16, 2020Written By:Shankar Adhikari

Nepal is a beautiful country on the laps of the great Himalayan range. The diversity and variation in its landscape, culture, and history make people interested in this country. No words are enough to describe Nepal in its full potential. 7 nights 8 days Nepal tour provides you the opportunity to explore Nepal in a short period. Though this timeline is not enough to explore Nepal, it gives you a rough idea about Nepal and its lifestyle.

This tour does not include the long treks but you will see the mountains full of snow. Nepal offers you everything from spirituality to adventure. Do you think of any activity it is available in Nepal? However, ocean/water sports are not available in Nepal because it is a landlocked country.

Trekking, climbing, rafting, bungee jumping, paragliding, and many more adventurous sports are available in Nepal. But, these all activities are not possible during these 7 nights and 8 days Nepal tour. You will visit tourist cities of Nepal, Kathmandu, Nagarkot, Pokhara, Chitwan, and a few more.

Starting from the country’ and cultural capital of Kathmandu valley, you reach up to the Rhino city – Chitwan. From historical sites to the most religious site for Hindu people, you pass through everything. Terai is different from the mountain region, the rivers, crop fields, waterfalls, hills, and snow-capped mountains within this small country are rare to find anywhere else in the world.

The safety of tourists has never been questioned in Nepal. Even in the Maoist insurgency, there were no major incidents of compromising tourist safety. Nepal is a peace-loving and friendly country. It welcomes guests/tourists with open arms in full gratitude. Both major cities and villages are safe, you can traverse across on your own.

7 nights 8 days Nepal tour allows you to roam around beautiful places of Nepal. It could be one of your best holiday experiences.

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Highlights of 7 nights 8 days Nepal tour

  • Sightseeing Kathmandu valley.
  • Visit temples, stupas, and monasteries in Kathmandu valley.
  • Spend the night at Nagarkot hill station.
  • Explore the wildlife in Chitwan National Park.
  • A beautiful journey from Kathmandu to Pokhara.
  • Roam around the lake city of Pokhara.
  • Taste local cuisine and enjoy traditional music/dance.

When is the best time to visit Nepal?

Patan Durbar Square

Nepal lies on the lap of the great Himalayan, offering you a good time. There are four seasons in Nepal, Winter, Autumn, Spring, and Summer.

High-season: (March-May) and (September-November)

March to May in the Spring season. It is the second most popular season for tourism in Nepal. Spring is a season of colors and greenery, with warm weather and sunlight throughout the day. Days are long and bright with high visibility makes your trip enjoyable.

The nights can be chilly so include light warm clothes in your packing list. The valleys are more beautiful than ever during this season. Especially after the melting of snow, the cool breeze and clear environment make you happy and satisfied.

The average temperature around this season is 8 to 29°C in Kathmandu valley whereas it can be more in the Terai regions. Island Peak and Mera Peak are popular climbing destinations in Nepal during this season. Kathmandu valley is always a good option and Jatras like Bisket will add beauty to this trip. If you want to see Rhinos, Tigers, Elephants, and Monkeys in its wilderness, you can do a jungle safari in Chitwan.

September to November is the Autumn season, also the most popular season for tourism in Nepal. This peak season shows Nepal to its full potential. Nepal is really beautiful in this season, with clear skies, little/no rain, and perfect visibility. You can either have a city tour or do the most adventurous treks like Annapurna Base Camp Trek, Everest Base Camp Trek, and a few others. The average temperature in Kathmandu is around 7 to 19°C.

You should visit popular destinations like Dhulikhel, Nagarkot, Pokhara, and Bandipur. Picture-perfect shots of snow-capped mountains are unbelievable and one of the largest festivals of Nepal, Dashain is also celebrated in this season.

Low-season: (December-February) and (June-August)

These months fall under the category of Low-season. One of them is the rainy season and the other is Winter, both can get severe here in Nepal.

Rainy and Winter season comes with their risks and adventures. Days are foggy and nights are too cold in winter whereas, in the rainy season, there is continuous rain making the trails wet and slippery.

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Itinerary of 7 nights 8 days Nepal tour

Day 01: Kathmandu arrival

This is the day when you arrive here in Kathmandu. We will meet each other at Tribhuvan International Airport for the first time. One of our representatives will take you to your hotel room.

Your flight timing determines how you spend your first day. If you land here early morning/afternoon you have enough time to rest and enjoy the nightlife. Kathmandu, also being the capital city of Nepal, adds more excitement and has got way too much to offer.

This beautiful valley is a mixture of tradition and modernization. Kathmandu is protecting its art, culture, tradition, and history from the beginning itself. There is a different charm for Kathmandu among travelers. Walking through the busy and narrow lanes of Thamel, you will enjoy the nightlife of Kathmandu.

Thamel is the tourist hub of Kathmandu offering you the options in hotels, restaurants, pubs, clubs, cafes, and many more.

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

Swayambhunath Stupa

The second day of the 7 nights 8 days Nepal tour starts with sightseeing of the entire Kathmandu valley. After having a delicious breakfast, you will roam around Kathmandu City. The city of temples, Kathmandu has a lot more to offer beyond temples.

The best way to start the journey is by visiting the Pashupatinath temple. It is the holiest place for Hindus all around the world.

Another UNESCO World heritage site is Swayambhunath Stupa. It is one of the oldest monuments in Kathmandu dating back 2500 years. Baudhanath Stupa is another major attraction of Kathmandu and is believed to be built around the 5th century A.D.

Visiting Kathmandu durbar square and Basantapur gives you the urban vibes. It is perfect to roam around for a few hours. Going through these places appreciating the architectural styles of the monuments, enjoying the crowd, and having some snacks would be a good idea.

Patan and Bhaktapur Durbar square are two prominent places to visit during this 7-night 8 days Nepal tour. These squares are the center of the city and are full of temples, and monuments. Pottery and carpet production is one of the major activities of these cities.

Overnight it will be at Nagarkot. Nagarkot acts as the balcony through which you see the beautiful Kathmandu valley. The beautiful vistas of the Himalayan ranges are unexplainable. Don’t miss the sunset and sunrise from Nagarkot. Tomorrow morning you ride towards Chitwan National Park.

Day 03: Nagarkot to Chitwan National Park

The total journey from Nagarkot to Chitwan takes you 5 to 6 hours. Nagarkot is the famous hill station just 32km away from Kathmandu. It is the best place to relax without doing anything exciting.

After having breakfast you will head towards Chitwan National Park. This journey will take you through Thankot, Nagdhunga to Chitwan National Park via Mugling. You will follow the Trisuli and Narayani river viewing the rural lifestyle.

Roads are well maintained but some construction may be going on for which you have to wait for a few minutes. Apart from this, everything is smooth about the ride from Nagarkot to Chitwan National Park.

Day 04: Full-day National park activities

Chitwan National Park is one of the most famous national parks in Nepal. It is especially popular for one-horned Rhinos and Royal Bengal Tigers through jungle safari.

Chitwan National Park is also a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The jungles of Chitwan National Park are rich in biodiversity. It also contains the Ramsar site; a wetland that has international importance under the Ramsar convention.

This Terai section of Nepal is rich in natural resources. According to the Chitwan National Park official site, it contains 68 species of mammals, 544 species of birds, 56 species of herpetofauna, and 126 species of fish.

The climatic condition of Chitwan may trouble you. Because it has high humidity throughout the year. The daily average temperature after winter is around 36°C. This national park renders the opportunity for a Wildlife safari, Bird watching, and Tiger tracking in Nepal.

Elephant safari and jeep safari are two major activities that you perform during your time at Chitwan National Park. Elephant safari is one of the adventurous ways to get into the jungle of Chitwan. Sitting on the Elephant’s back, going through the dense forest with the expectation of seeing Rhinos and Tigers.

Safari at Chitwan National Park is economical compared to other safaris in the world. Elephant and Gharial breeding centers are major attractions of Chitwan National Park.

Day 05: Chitwan to Pokhara

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After exploring the jungles of Chitwan, it is now time to move towards Pokhara, the tourist capital of Nepal. There are no flights between Chitwan and Pokhara because they are close in distance.

The only option is either you take a local or tourist bus. Tourist buses are far better than local buses because they provide you with more comfort and amenities. Buses usually depart around 9:00 am.

After having breakfast you will leave the plains of Chitwan for the mountains of Pokhara. You can see diverse landscapes while traveling through Chitwan to Pokhara. Plains of terai, rivers, crop fields, to vistas of Himalayan range along with jungly hills.

After 4 hours, once you arrive at Pokhara, you will have your lunch at the hotel. Resting for a while, you will stroll around Lakeside and enjoy Phewa lake and Machhapuchhre. You should not miss the nightlife of Pokhara.

Day 06: Sarangkot Hill tour and roam around the lakeside

Sarangkot is a famous hill station in Pokhara valley. After having breakfast you will head towards Sarangkot to view mesmerizing sunrise. Golden rays on the top of snow-capped mountains, isn’t it alluring?

It is also famous for paragliding, seeing other people flying like birds above the Phewa lake makes you feel alive. There are other attractions like World Peace Pagoda, Mahendra cave, Chamero cave, and many more.

There is no chance of missing the nightlife of Pokhara. Lakeside has various nightclubs, pubs, and bars which are the best places to have fun.

Day 07: Kathmandu drive/fly

You can either drive or fly back to Kathmandu from Pokhara. The flight will take 25 minutes whereas the bus ride will take 7 hours to reach Kathmandu. It is better if you spend your evening and night in the Thamel area.

Thamel is a popular junction for tourists and the nightlife is popular among international tourists. This part of the city is in its vibrant mode during late evenings and nights.

Day 08: Transfer to International Airport

7 nights 8 days Nepal tour comes to an end. Today you will return to your native land leaving Kathmandu valley. One of our members will take you to the International Airport.

The major attraction of Chitwan National Park is a jungle safari by Elephant or Jeep. One-horned Rhino and Royal Bengal tigers are two highlights of Chitwan National Park.

Chitwan National Park protects the wild animals in its original wilderness. This flat grassland is home to various rare species. The Tharu community presents its cultural dance and local dishes.

Major sightseeing destinations of these 7 nights 8 days Nepal tour

Pashupatinath Temple

Pashupatinath Temple is the center of religious and spiritual values. Hundreds of tourists from India and Nepal themselves pray for the prosperity of their families in Pashupatinath temple. On the bank of the Bagmati River, Pashupatinath stands tall and strong depicting the power of Lord Shiva.

Swayambhunath Stupa

Swayambhunath is a sacred place for Buddhist Newar and Tibetan Buddhists. Both Hindu and Buddhist people worship Swayambhunath. It is also a perfect viewpoint to see the astounding sunset of Kathmandu valley.

Boudhanath Stupa

This three-level mandala-style structure is full of a religious flock during Buddhist festivals. The magnificent white dome of Boudhanath Stupa is a revered site for Buddhists all over the world. Little Tibet is another name for the Boudhanath area.

The two eyes of Buddha represent the message for a peaceful world. This area is inhabited and influenced by Tibetan people/refugees due to which the impact of Tibetan Buddhism is high. Hundreds of art galleries, cafes, and restaurants, are operating here showcasing and promoting Tibetan lifestyle and culture.

Bhaktapur Durbar Square

Bhaktapur still has that vibe of old Malla town because it preserves old tradition and culture. The most famous temple is the Nyatapola temple, also known as a five-storeyed temple. Others include 55 windows palace, pottery square, Dattatreya temple, and a few more.

Patan Durbar Square

The major highlight of Patan Durbar Square is its sculptures and handicrafts. Malla’s history and architecture can be seen all around Patan Durbar Square. Krishna temple is the most recognizable structure in Patan Durbar Square.

Kathmandu Durbar Square

One of the UNESCO World Heritage Sites, Kathmandu Durbar Square is an important site that hosts different events. It consists of different fountains, ancient statues, monuments, and temples.

The history of Kathmandu Durbar Square goes back to the Malla period and the Shah period itself. According to popular belief, the construction of Durbar Square dates back to the 3rd century.

The Newari architectural style of the temples has the elegance of its time. Naturally, Durbar is another popular site in this place. Kasthamandap temple, Hanuman Dhoka Palace, Taleju temple, and Kumari Ghar are a few highlights of Kathmandu Durbar Square.

Nagarkot landmarks

Nagarkot is a popular hill station 32 km away from hustling Kathmandu. It is the ideal place to spend your leisure day. Nagarkot offers you a spectacular view of sunrise and sunset of the Kathmandu valley.

Hills of Nagarkot is full of pine forests making it a perfect destination to escape from polluted Kathmandu. You will see the Ganesh Himal range, Langtang range, Manaslu range, Jugal range, and a few more.

Pokhara landmarks

The beautiful lake city of Pokhara offers you the natural and cultural beauties of the western region of Nepal. Phewa and Begnas lake are two major lakes that offer you a boat with a view of Machhapuchhre.

Not only Machhapuchhre but you will also see Dhaulagiri and Annapurna. Pokhara is the starting point of Annapurna range trekking. Apart from the natural, you can also enjoy adventure tourism like Paragliding, Bungee jumping, rafting, etc in Pokhara.

Chitwan National Park

The major attraction of Chitwan National Park is a jungle safari by Elephant or Jeep. One-horned Rhino and Royal Bengal tigers are two highlights of Chitwan National Park.

Chitwan National Park protects the wild animals in its original wilderness. This flat grassland is home to various rare species. The Tharu community presents its cultural dance and local dishes.

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