Real Kathmandu Day Tour is combination of Everest Mountain Flight, one of the best sightseeing places of Nepal & short hike to Nagarkot in a single day tours in Nepal. Save your money and time. Nepal Tours offers more things to do on a day trip than anywhere else in Nepal – best of all there are many types of day trips available but Real Kathmandu day tour is the best option for explore to Kathmandu valley and Nagarkot in one day tours in Nepal. Whether you are an independent traveler or looking for a package tour everyone can easily do a day trip around Kathmandu.
Some travel guides will include places like Kathmandu Durbar Square, Boudhanath, Pashupatinath or Swayambhunath as “private day trips”. However, they really are a part of Kathmandu city proper. But Nepal Tours included the Everest Scenic flight in an early morning + Kathmandu full day culture tour + 3 hours short hike to Nagarkot for sunset views in one single day. You ever seen such a day tours in Nepal. Do read about them above. Meanwhile let’s move on to real morning or half-day trips you can enjoy around Kathmandu.
All of the above full-day trips around Kathmandu can be done independently with the transport and visiting details available in their individual guides. However, sometimes you may want to book ahead from home if you are short on time. This Real Kathmandu Day Tour recommended day-trips around Kathmandu that you can book online. If you’d like to use a local company (Nepal Tours) that provides private tours with your own jeep and driver/guide then feel frees to contact us.
||Day trips in Kathmandu|
||Everest Scenic Flight, Kathmandu, Bhaktapur & Nagarkot visit|
|MODE OF TOURS:||Everest Mountain Flight + Nagarkot Sunset View + 3hrs hike|
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Day 01: Private Nepal Day Tours
4:45-5:00 AM: Drive to Domestic Airport for one hour Mountain flight
8:00-9:00 AM: After Everest mountain flight, Breakfast at Hotel
10:00 -1:00 PM: Sightseeing tour of Bhaktapur Darbar square & Lunch
01:15-01:30 PM: Drive/ hike to Nagarkot- we hike about 3 Hours
5:00-5:30 PM: At Nagarkot we enjoy Panoramic views of Himalayas and Sunset views
6:30-7:00 PM: Join cultural dinner ( typical Nepali food and cultural show)
8:00-9:00 PM: Back to hotel for good Night sleep
Private Car for Everest Mountain Flight
Bhaktapur Sightseeing tour with entrance fees
Kathmandu to Nagarkot and Nagarkot to Kathmandu private car
Everest Mountain Flights tickets and airport tax
All tour by english speaking guide
Nepali farewell dinner in typical Restaurant
Lunch and Dinner whilst in Kathmandu.
All kind drinks (Alcoholic, hot and cold drinks).
Personal travel and medical insurance.
Any kind of personal expense.
Any others expenses which are not mentioned on Price Includes section.
Tips for trekking staff, driver (Tipping is expected).
Chitwan has a range of climatic seasons each offering a unique experience. October through February with average temperatures of 25 °C (77°F) offer an enjoyable climate. Winter lasts from October to the end of February. Migratory birds join the residential birds and create spectacular bird watching opportunities between September and November and February and April,. The northern winds are cool, coming down from the mountains, and this is the best time of the year to see the Great Himalayan Range, the air being particularly clear in November.
January is the coldest month, with temperatures falling almost to freezing-point, especially when it rains. From late November the relative humidity touches 100 percent in the mornings, and so there is dewfall during December and January nights and sometimes when you hear the drips pouring off the trees in the morning, it is often mistaken for rain. After an especially cold morning it is hard to believe that the temperature will rise to 20-25 Celsius in the afternoon.
In late January, local villagers are allowed to cut thatch grasses to meet their needs, which offer a better viewing of wildlife for visitors. While the monsoon rains bring lush vegetation, most trees flower in late winter. The palash tree, known as the “flame of the forest’ and silk cotton tree have spectacular crimson flowers that can be seen from a distance.
What to Bring:
Although the Terai can be cool during the winter, It can be stiflingly hot during the summer months. If you are headed there in winter, bring along a sweater or jacket. Summer months require cool clothes, good walking shoes, shady hat and sunscreen; Make sure your clothes are in colors-like brown and green-that help you blend into the background.
Carry along some mosquito repellant, anti-diarrhea tablets and anti-histamines. Meanwhile, along with photo equipment, a pair of binoculars will prove invaluable. If you are closer to the monsoon months, carry some water proof jackets and an extra pair of shoes. Just in case.
The Terai jungles are also famous for leeches that appear in the monsoon and are around for a few months after, Salt or a lighted cigarette will make them fall off, do not pull them off as the wound may get infected. Try an insect repellant to keep them away.
The Park offers interesting sites and activities. The display at the visitor centre at Sauraha provides fascinating information on wildlife and conservation program. The women’s user groups’ souvenir shop offers a variety of handicrafts and other local products for gifts and souvenirs.
Elephant safari provides opportunity to get a closer view of the endangered one-horned rhinoceros. One may also get a glimpse of the elusive Bengal tiger. The Elephant Breeding Center at Khorsor, Sauraha gives you information on captive elephant and the calves born there.
The museum at Kasara, the Park headquarters, has informative displays- near the HQ visitors can see Bikram Baba, a Hindu religious site of archival value. A short walk (1km) from the Park HQ will take you to the Gharial Breeding Center, which is also a home to the Marsh mugger, gharial crocodiles and other turtles.
Inside the Park, there are 7 resorts run by Park concessionaires that can provide lodging and access to wildlife activities. Various resorts and lodges situated outside the park also offer variety of services.
How to get to Chitwan?
From Kathmandu: There are daily flights between Kathmandu and Bharatpur Airport of Chitwan which takes mere 25 minutes. From the airport, your lodges inside the Park or in Sauraha Village are 30-45 minutes drive. There are also daily tourist buses from Kathmandu to Chitwan which takes about 6 hours. You can also book a private car with driver and take the trip at your pace. By private car, it takes about 4-5 hours.
From Pokhara: From Pokhara, you can take public bus (5-6 hours) or private car (4 hrs)
Coming by rafting: From rafting take out point, your lodge at Chitwan National Park will lie in a distance of about one hour. You can arrange a private car to pick you up at take out point or rafting crews will put in a bus and you will get off at Narayangarh or Tadi Bazaar depending on which lodge you have chosen for. Local guide will pick you up at the bus park and will transfer you to the resort.
Coming from Lumbini: From Lumbini, Chitwan National Park is about 4 hrs drive to the east.
Coming from the east: If you are entering Nepal from the east, you should catch a bus that heads to Kathmandu but you will get off at Tadi Bazaar where we can arrange our guide to pick you up and transfer to the hotel.