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7 Days in Nepal

7 days / 6 nights in Nepal

Tour dates: May 28 to June 3, 2023.

Number of days: 7 days / 6 nights.

Entry into the country: a visa is granted upon arrival in Nepal.

Where to: Nepal.

Where to fly: The program begins and ends in Kathmandu.

Accommodation: in hotels from 4* and 5*.

Escort: the group is accompanied by an experienced guide in Russian.

Number of people in the group: from 2.

Cost of the tour: 1280 USD.



Travel program

Day 1. Arrival in Kathmandu, the capital of Nepal

Airport pickup. Transfer to the hotel. Vacation. Boudhanath Stupa.

Transfer to the hotel near the ancient and the world’s largest Buddhist stupa Boudhanath (object of spiritual, cultural importance, UNESCO heritage).
– Friendly dinner, getting to know each other.
– The bark around the stupa.
– Talk about the specifics of traveling as a group.
– Tibetan Ku-Nye massage and Tibetan singing bowls massage (optional).
– Visit to a Tibetan doctor (optional).

We will start our exploration of Nepal with the oldest and largest stupa of Boudhanath. We’ll be staying near it for the first two days.

Boudhanath Stupa is a place with amazing energy. Buddhists from all over the world come here to visit, including the most famous, movie actor Richard Gere. Here from early morning till late evening people walk around the Stupa – this ritual of going around the holy place is called kora. While circumambulating the Stupa, believers recite mantras and make prostrations. It purifies karma and also our heart and mind.
Once at the Stupa, everyone, regardless of their faith, feels a sense of belonging to the flow of Love and Power that has been going on here for centuries.
One of the main relics of the Boudhanath stupa is the ashes of the body of Shakyamuni Buddha, the founder of the world religion. The second relic – it is not so obvious, only the “initiated” – the Tibetan Lamas (Gurus) know about it. It is a statue of the guardian of the stupa itself and the space around it. She grants all wishes. You may believe it, you may not. In our experience, it works. After fulfilling a few wishes, you begin to understand the meaning of the expression, “Fear your wishes – they come true!”. Make wishes at a certain place that we will show you.

Overnight at 4* hotel at Boudhanath Stupa.

Day 2. Kathmandu Holy Sites Tours

We will begin our morning with Buddhist puja, a service. There are dozens of Buddhist monasteries in the Boudhanath Stupa area.

Swayambhunath Buddhist Stupa and Monastery, one of the most famous power centers in Nepal, is located on Monkey Hill. It is the legendary cradle of the Kathmandu Valley, listed by UNESCO as a World Cultural Heritage Site, it is 2000 years old. This place is considered to be the source of Kathmandu Valley, from where the life of the city began and which to this day feeds the city and its people with its energy.

Near the Stupa is a Hindu temple of Harati, the protector of children. Childless couples come here from all over the world to ask for the birth of their children. Their requests are being honored. One of our acquaintances had a long-awaited child after visiting this Temple.
According to legend, Harati was a demon and had hundreds of children. To feed them, she had long kidnapped children in human cities. After thousands of women in grief appealed to the Buddha for protection, he kidnapped one of Harati’s children to show the grief the mothers felt because of her actions. Feeling this with all her heart, she made a vow to protect and help the children of the world.

Pashupatinath, the shrine of Shiva, is Nepal’s most important Hindu temple complex, established in the 13th century. Chronicles say that the temple existed before the 4th century BC. Besides the temple itself, the complex includes nursing homes, a hospice for the terminally ill and various homes and caves of hermits, sadhus.
It is a place that is shockingly frank – here they burn the bodies of the dead and send the ashes down the river. Everyone who happens to be here can see the cremation ceremony, as it is a common process for the locals.

Overnight at 4* hotel at Boudhanath Stupa.

Day 3. Kathmandu – Bhaktapur – Pokhara

After breakfast we will drive to the quaint town of Bhaktapur, which is considered the cultural capital of Nepal and is located on the outskirts of Kathmandu. Here you can see ancient Nevar’s incomparable architecture. It’s an open-air museum city.

After exploring the city of Bhaktapur and an early lunch, we move to Pokhara (about 5 hours).
Accommodation in hotel in Pokhara, rest.

Accommodation in a 4* hotel in Pokhara.

Day 4. Pokhara – sightseeing tour of the city and surroundings

This town was discovered by hippies in the 1960s. It is very cozy, located on the shores of Phewa Lake with magnificent views of the snow caps of the Himalayas.
Excursion to the Peace Stupa, which offers magnificent views of the mountains. Easy trekking to the Shiva statue, rafting by boat to the Temple on the lake. Excursion to the waterfalls.

Overnight at the hotel in Pokhara 4*.

Day 5. Pokhara. Dawn in the Himalayas. Paragliding

Walk to Sarangkot – the best views of the Himalayas with eight thousand peaks.
On this day we will climb to one of the most beautiful viewpoints from where you can see all the Himalayas with eight thousand peaks: Dhaulagiri, Annapurna, Manaslu. The greatest peaks of the world will open before us at a distance of only 48 kilometers!
Mount Sarangkot, is located at an altitude of 1,592 meters above sea level. Trekking is not difficult and takes 2-3 hours one way. Sarangkot is a great warm up trek with stunning views along the way. Along the way, we will also see how the local people live.

Paragliding with a view of the Himalayas (optional) (flight from 30 min to 1 hour)
Paragliding enthusiasts consider Sarangkot as the best place to fly in Nepal. There are plenty of air currents that allow you to hover for up to 60 minutes. There’s enough time to admire Lake Phewa, view the river that forms it, the rice paddies and the White Stupa on the opposite slope. Gliders land right on the shore of the lake. If you decide to fly, you won’t have to descend to Pokhara with your feet.

Boat trip on Lake Fewa (for those who wish).

Overnight at the hotel in Pokhara 4*.

Day 6. Transfer (or flight) from Pokhara to Kathmandu

Free time. Shopping. Transfer from Pokhara to Kathmandu (about 6 hours) or fly (1.5 hours).
We conclude our stay in Nepal with a stay at the historic Yak and Yeti 5* hotel.

This hotel was opened in the early 20th century by the famous Odessite Boris Lisanevich. This hotel became a meeting place for participants of high-altitude expeditions, who then discovered Kathmandu – the future “mountaineering capital of the world”.
Thanks to Lisanevich, Queen Elizabeth II and her husband Prince Philip, cosmonauts Valentina Tereshkova, Kliment Voroshilov and many famous people of that time visited it.

Boris was once asked: “What in your life do you especially love and appreciate? What drives you?” –
He, pointing with his hand to the distant mountains, jungles and temples of Kathmandu, replied, “It’s all a game. Only one thing can be worth anything in this life – how many people you make happy.”

Day 7. Kathmandu. Durbar Square with the living goddess Kumari. Vacation, shopping in the oriental bazaar. Flying home
On our last day, apart from relaxing at the beautiful hotel and shopping, we will drop by Durbar Square to meet the living Goddess Kumari!
Excursion to the royal square of Kathmandu – Durbar. It is a complex of historic buildings, Buddhist and Hindu temples, palaces, courtyards and streets in the center of the old town. Here lives Kumari, the real goddess who descended from heaven into the body of a girl. If you arrive on time and do the ritual, the goddess looks out of the window and you can admire her.



Cost of travel



Single room supplement: $250.

The cost of the trip includes:
– 2-bed hotel accommodation (in Kathmandu at 4* hotel 2 nights and 5* hotel 1 night, in Pokhara at 4* hotel 3 nights).
– hotel breakfasts;
– all excursions with Russian-speaking guide-interpreter according to the program, entrance tickets;
– all admission tickets to museums and monuments;
– all transfers throughout the trip – in your own minibus.

Not included in the price of the trip:
– airfare to and from Kathmandu;
– Airfare from Pokhara to Kathmandu (optional) (about $70);
– lunches and dinners;
– Entry multiple entry visa to Nepal ($30 for stays up to 15 days, issued upon arrival in the country);
– individual program items marked “optional” such as:
– Massages ($10 to $20 per session);
– paragliding ($70-$80);
– all personal expenses, all other expenses not specified in the program;
– health insurance.