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Nepal Honeymoon Package
Tour Duration : 10 Days
Destination Covered : Kathmandu - Chitwan - Pokhra - Dhulikhel
Nepal Honeymoon Package
Nepal Honeymoon Package

DURBAR SQUARE
A delightful complex of palaces, courtyards and temples at the heart of the old city, many built between the 12th and 18th centuries and now a World Heritage Site. South of Thamel area.

HANUMAN DHOKA
The old Royal Palace, no longer home to the royal family, with buildings of intricate architecture and ornate courtyards.

KUMARI CHOWK
The residence of the Living Goddess Kumari, with exquisite carved wooden balconies and window screens, at which she can occasionally be seen.

BOUDDHANATH STUPA
Buddha?s eyes are painted on all four sides of this 36m (118ft) high stupa, dating back to circa AD600. The religious center for Nepal?s population of Tibetans, this holy site houses hundreds of prayer wheels.

SWAYAMBHUNATH
Enjoying a hilltop setting, this lovely Buddhist temple has great views of the city and is home to a boisterous troupe of monkeys.

NATIONAL MUSEUM
This is the most important museum in Nepal and houses a collection of ancient artifacts, works of art and weaponry.

POKHARA
Pokhara is situated 200 Kms South West of Kathmandu and is the starting and/or finishing point for some of the popular treks including the Annapurna Circuit and the Jomsom Trek It also offers a number of short treks for those who cannot opt for long and challenging ones. The most popular among them is Sarangkot (1592 m), a former Kaski fort lying atop a hill five km west of the old bazaar. The scenic valley of Pokhara is an enormous sunlit playground covered by green forested hills, waterfalls, and terraced fields. It s three lakes Phew,Begnas and Rupa further enhance the beauty of the valley at 900 m. Pokhara also offers excellent views of Dhaulagiri, Himalchuli, the five peaks of Annapurna and Machapuchare.

MOUNT EVEREST
Within that small area, however, is the greatest range of altitude to be seen on this earth - starting with the Terai, only 100m or so above sea level, and finishing at the top of Mt. Everest (8848m), the highest point on earth.Often a visitor's overriding goal is to see the mountains, especially Everest and Annapurna. However, to exclude the people, flowers, birds and wildlife from the experience is to miss the essence of the country regions, or natural zones: the plains in the south, four mountain ranges, and the valley lying between them. The lowlands with their fertile soils, and the southern slopes of the mountains with sunny exposures, allow for cultivation and are the main inhabited regions.

CHITWAN
Royal Chitwan National Park is located 166 Kms Southwest of Kathmandu, 204 Kms Southeast of Pokhra. The national park is large area of low, heavily forested hills bordering India in the south, a heaven of wildlife including one horned rhino, leopard, varieties of deer, wild boar and around 400 species of birds. The park, formerly a royal hunting reserve covers nearly 400 square miles of dense forest and is home to nearly 60 Bengal Tigers. The area has two distinct seasons - the wet monsoon season ( June through September ) and the dry winter monsoons.The best time to visit the park is March through May.

BHAKTAPUR
There are many other examples of the newar craftsmanship architecture and in Bhaktapur : so I won't list all temples, shrines, statues, bahals (monastery courtyards) or residences : any well done guide (such as the Lonely Planet) will do that better than me.

DHULIKHEL
Dhulikhel is a much larger town than Nagarkot and is situated at an altitude of 5,500 Ft above Sea level, 30 Kms east of Kathmandu on the Kodari Highway. It is 90 minutes drive from Kathmandu. The city offers a complete panoramic view of the snow-capped ranges from Karyolung in the east to Himalchuli in the west. The view however is not as good as that from Nagarkot, one can see for 130 miles. It is a magnificent place to spend the night and awaken to the sun rising across the wide Himalayan range. Once an important link in the ancient trade route to Tibet, Dhulikhel has a glorious past that can be witnessed in the lovely building and intricate woodcarving found among the shop loned streets and in the temples. Like Nagarkot, the city offers numerous interesting day hikes. These provide the tourists an opportunity to see the Nepali countryside away from the roads and also giving a taste of trekking. The easiest is the hike to Namobuddha and back.

PATAN DURBAR SQUARE
Across the Bagmati River from Kathmandu is the much quieter area of Patan with its own Durbar Square containing a richly decorated Royal Palace and delightful temples. It is also a famous center for handicrafts with a traditional craftsman?s colony



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