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Three most visited places in Nepal

Three places of Nepal – Kathmandu, Chitwan and Pokahra represents the best of nature, culture and scenery of the country. Kathmandu exhibits exquisite art and architecture of the region. Chitwan national park shelters last no of Tigers and Asian Rhinos and Pokhara is a valley of lake with Himalayas in its north. These three places are the most visited tourist destination in Nepal.
Mt Fishtail as seen from Sarangkot hill - Kathmandu Chitwan Pokhara tour
Mt Fishtail as seen from Sarangkot hill - Kathmandu Chitwan Pokhara tour
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The mountainous country Nepal has diverse culture and landscape. There are 125 ethnic groups and distinctly 4 types of landscape from tropical planes to Himalayas. Kathmandu, the capital at present is mantling pot of different culture and ethnic groups with the dominance of Newari art, architecture and culture in the old town. Kathmandu with its documented history from 1st century B.C. has got group of seven monuments listed by UNESCO as world Heritage site. Locals still worship and celebrate their monuments making it a living heritage. It is said that in Kathmandu ‘There are more festivals than the days in the calendar’ and ‘there are more temple than the houses and more gods than the people’.


160 km down southwest of Kathmandu, 932 sq km of tropical jungle is protected as Chitwan National Park. This is last vestiges of Terai forest that once spread from foothills of Himalayas to Gigantic planes. Last no of Royal Bengal Tigers and Asian single horned Rhinos and many other endangered species are protected in the park. The park is listed as UNESCO natural heritage sites and is the most successful conservation in South Asia.

200 km west of Kathmandu and 160 km north of Chitwtan, Pokhara is a valley known as natural capital of Nepal. The valley possesses three pristine lakes in the amphitheater of mountains with snow peaks in the north. This is base camp city for trekking in Annapurna and Dhaulagiri region. Tourist town spreads along the 4.4 sq. Lake Phewa.

7 nights 8 days tour of Kathmandu Chitwan and Pokhara

The 7 nights 8 days tour is the most popular way of visiting Kathmandu Chitwan and Pokhara. These three places are connected by major highway and flights. It is worthwhile to drive one way getting the feel of landscape and fly the other way. There are accommodation ranging from budget to luxury at each place. The tour starts and ends in Kathmandu where there is the only international airport of Nepal. The tour could be customized to include more adventure activities like White water rafting, short trek or hiking around Kathmandu or Pokhara and customized jungle activities in Chitwan national park.

iTourNepal.com P Ltd have been successfully organizing the 7 nights 8 days tour of Kathmandu Chitwan and Pokhara, since 2008. Our tours follow the norms of sustainable tourism and ensures more cultural and social interactions. Our experts can customize best tours considering your budget, time and interest.

www.itournepal.com/tour/kathmanduchitwanpokhara.php

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