Golden Temples Wild Jungles Himalayan Views : A journey to Nepal
The land of Golden temples and Himalayan views - Nepal is a travelers paradise, from cozy backpacker towns & quiet Himalayan villages, to stunning Himalayan views and wild jungles.There is so much action and adventure to be experienced.
Our leisure itinerary takes you through the best of South Nepal.
Trip essence: Road journey | Leisure Vacation | Suv/Motorcycles | Bhutan Culture | Photography.
WHAT: A LEISURE TOUR OF THE HIGHLIGHTS OF SOUTH NEPAL
WHERE: (Places visited) : Chitwan National Park, Lumbini, Tansen, Pokhra, Bhaktapur
GROUP TYPE : Open to everyone
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For a trip to the southern regions of Nepal here are few reasons to visit :
Bhaktapur : One of the three medieval cities in the Kathmanadu Valley, Bhaktapur or the city of devotees has three major squares full of temples. They are maybe the best example of the religious architecture in the country. Though the devastating 2015 earthquake did cause some extent of damage to the city. There still exists a vibrant display of cultural life in this ancient city as you make your way down it small streets and temple courtyards.
Chitwan National Park : Home to the elusive Royal Bengal Tiger, it would be truly a once-in- a lifetime opportunity to spot this magnificent creature at the Chitwan National park. But, with over 932 sqkms of forests, marshlands & grasslands there is a teeming wildlife population of one-horned rhinos, deer, monkeys and more than 500 species of birds. Making this probably one of the best national parks to view wildlife in Asia. if you are lucky you could also spot wild elephant, leopard or the sloth bear.
Pokhara : Quite different from the busy town life of Kathmandu; Pokhara has a more laid back charm but it is not necessarily the only charm it possess. Some of the best paragliding opportunities on the globe can be found here, and if that's not your cup of tea there always time chill by its tranquil lake, and watch paddle boats bobbing calmly against the backdrop of the snow capped peaks of the Annapurna range, close by.
Tansen : Most beautiful places eventually get overrun with tourists but Tansen is exactly the opposite. A beautiful little village that sits high about the Kali Gandaki River, it's enigmatic charm is not lost on those looking to dig deeper into Nepal's mountain life, its people and its rich history. Instances of interactively carved Newari windows to the clacking of looms in village houses, there are many sights to explore. On a perfect morning you could be treated to a sublime view of mist blanketing the Madi valley.
Lumbini : A small detour off a dusty highway connecting India and Nepal will take you Lumbini and the birthplace of Siddhartha Gautama.The founder of Buddhism, Gautama spent his younger years as prince of a royal family here. Soon after his death, Lumbini became the center of a vibrant religious community that followed the Buddha and his teachings. Lost to the gradual entropy of time and weather conditions in the region, the town of Lumbini lay in ruins - undiscovered until its resurrection in 1896. Today it stands as one of the major points for Buddhist pilgrimage on the globe, and is often missed out by tourists eager to tick a trip to Kathmandu off their lists.