Planning a short trip to Nepal? 6 days is enough to traverse two of the major tourist attractions of Nepal: Kathmandu and Chitwan. Join us on our 6 Days Tour in Nepal as we take you through this small landlocked country's natural and cultural wonders. This comfortable road trip doesn't include any challenging hikes and is perfect for people traveling with kids and the elderly. If you're a nature lover and admire adventures related to forests and wildlife, this is your chance. Don't let it go!
To your surprise, Nepal, primarily known for its mountains, also has vast flatlands covered with dense forests. The lush green plains in the Terai belt of Nepal, stretching across the Southern part, provide an entirely different wilderness than the great Himalayas. The 6 Days Tour in Nepal remains incomplete without seeing the beauty of this region.
The cultural and religious heritages of Kathmandu and jungle adventures in Chitwan National Park make for a great adventure trip in the wild and raw nature, with a spiritual twist to it. Reserve your seat today for the upcoming trip to Nepal.
Now, it's time to get to know the places you'll be traveling to during your 6 Days Tour in Nepal. Please follow through with the detailed itinerary as well.
Best Features of 6 Days Tour
- Cultural tour of UNESCO World Heritage Sites in Kathmandu
- Touring in a private vehicle with a local tour guide
- Scenic drive to Sauraha, Chitwan, alongside the Trishuli River
- Intercity transport in a comfortable tourist vehicle
- Full-day jungle activities in Chitwan National Park
- Stay in luxury hotels and resorts throughout the trip
Most adventures and excursions in Nepal begin and end in Kathmandu, the country's capital city and also the most developed one. Despite the modern amenities, there are so many temples in Kathmandu that you may expect to find a temple at any corner of the city. This is why Kathmandu is also known as the "City of Temples," and you're going to see some of the great ones.
While in Kathmandu, you'll visit the Bouddhanath Stupa, Pashupatinath Temple, Syambhunath Temple, and Kathmandu Durbar Square. Each of these places is incredibly valuable and has been designated a World Heritage Site by UNESCO. Pashupatinath is a respected Hindu temple devoted to Lord Shiva, whereas Syambhunath is a significant Buddhist shrine. The Buddhist stupas at Bouddhanath might be the biggest ones you've ever seen, and you'll be amazed by the old structures at Kathmandu Durbar Square.
Established in 1973, Chitwan National park, now a part of the UNESCO World Heritage Sites, is the first national park of Nepal. Most visitors visit Chitwan National Park to view the unique and endangered One-horned Rhinoceros. However, the park is a whole package and home to various other wild animals and birds, including the Bengal Tiger, Clouded Leopard, elephants, crocodiles, deer, Asian Openbill, Grey-headed Fish Eagle, Red-vented Bulbul, etc.
You'll go on a Jeep Safari through the national park's forests, an Elephant Ride, a River Canoe Ride, a Jungle Walk, Bird Watching, a visit to an Elephant Breeding Facility, and a tour of a Tharu village while you're in Chitwan. A tasty Nepalese dinner will be served on your last night in Chitwan while you take in the Tharu Ethnic Stick Dance Show.