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04 Nights / 05 Days
Duration: 4 Nights / 5 Days
Location: Kathmandu - Nagarkot
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Day 1: Arrival at Kathmandu
Day 2: Kathmandu sightseeing
Day 3: Leisure
Day 4: Kathmandu to Nagarkot via Bhaktapur (35kms)
Day 5: Departure
The newlyweds always anticipate romantic honeymoon plans for themselves. A honeymoon is always a moment to rekindle your love and to start a new journey altogether. It will be a precious vacation for you to embark the matrimonial bliss. This planned trip happens once in a lifetime. Every newly married couple wants it to be the most extravagant one. Most of the couples go for honeymoon trip after the luxurious marriage. This is a completely new phase to experience in your life. You should cherish every moment of your honeymoon trip. You want your honeymoon trip to be picture perfect, so always choose such a destination that will give the box of memories. Enjoy perks of being a married couple. Choosing the destination, Nepal comes in the mind for Indian couples to explore. This neighboring country has always given scenic beauty to explore. For the tourists, this location remains exotic for gorgeous mountainous terrains. Very few explore the cultural diversities, historical artifacts hidden in this rugged landscape. Whether you are an adventure lover or architecture lover or nature lover, this honeymoon destination is bestowed with aesthetic qualities to explore. The beauty of this Himalayan country can bring impact on your emotional bond. You will easily feel the intimacy with your loved one. Your tour itinerary is designed to give you a warm overview of the country with some leisure time to enjoy with your loved one.
Nepal Honeymoon Tour ItineraryDay 1: Arrival
After arriving at the international airport in Nepal, our driver will meet you at the gateway. You will be dropped at the hotel. We know how this honeymoon trip means to you. So we will arrange all the necessary comfort to make you feel good in an alien land. After reaching the hotel, you will be given warm welcome from our end. After a small briefing of the itinerary, you can go out to enjoy the nightlife of the city.
While traveling to any country or state we are always eager to visit the capital city. With the heart full of such excitement if you travel to Kathmandu, you will not be disappointed. The city has shown its own charm to the travelers. After small interaction and briefing, one can stroll around the city. As you will be tired due to flight, you can start your evening in the amazing streets of Thamel. It is one of the commercialized streets located near the capital city of Kathmandu. While traveling to the streets of Thamel, you will get a kaleidoscopic vision. For the last four decades, the alleys of Thamel are famous for selling different attractive objects. It is a hub of restaurants, cafes, hotels, and bars. You will be completely astonished by the dynamic traffic-free zone as well as horn-free zone.
Day 2: Kathmandu Sightseeing
After taking breakfast, you will be going for the guided tour of the capital city. The travelers who love to study historical facts will definitely enjoy the city of Kathmandu due to its highest number of world heritage sites.
Kathmandu is well known among the tourists for its historical relics. If you spend a few hours a day, then you will explore a few sites dated back from primitive times. It has a total of seven world’s heritage sites as listed by UNESCO. It is a city where you will find pilgrimage sites of different religious values as well.
You will be going for the darshan of Pashupatinath. This place holds a view of religious and spiritual values. You will encounter different hermits practicing penance in the holy shrine. The cremations are also carried out in the holy river of Bagmati. Unless the Hindus, no one is allowed to visit the temple premise. Pashupatinath is the national deity of the country and it comes under the list of UNESCO’s world heritage sites list. On MahaShivaratri, more than 1 million devotees visit the sacred temple of Pashupatinath. PrachandaDev from Lichchavi dynasty built this temple in the 5th century. In the temple complex, you will find other temples, ashrams, and monuments as well. You will stay overnight at the hotel.
After this, you will be visiting Patan. You will be followed the visit with Lalitpur, the second largest town located in the valley on the shore of the River Bagmati. You will encounter beautiful ancient architectural masterpieces in the city. Next, you will be visiting the Durbar square. It is mostly the square of temple squad located in the central part of the capital city. In the city, you will find the refugee center of Tibetan community. Here, you will find out the cultural practice of the Tibetan people as well. You will find the carpet industry is the main resources of income for these Tibetan communities. You can also buy beautiful carpets from these local shops. Next, you will be visiting Swayambhunath stupa which is ornamented with beautiful prayer flags. You will see a beautiful overview of the capital city from the top of the stupa. This place is equally visited by both the Hindus and the Buddhists.
Day 3: Leisure (design as per your request)
This day can be designed as per your convenience. As it is a honeymoon trip, so a leisure time is required to initiate a warm bond between the couple for a lifetime.
You can take an early morning flight to Mt. Everest. It is the world highest peak. You can grab your breakfast enjoying the beautiful sight of the mountains. While traveling to Mt. Everest, you will have to take an early morning flight. While flying high you can completely get an amazing view of lofty mountains surrounding you. The amazing panoramic view of snow clad mountains and the gorges and river valleys below you will be a lifetime experience to cherish.
If you want to plunge yourself in the luxurious spa and salon services then Kathmandu is one of the best places to explore. The spa retreat is always a good engagement time for the couples to know each other better.
If you are an adventure lover, then you can travel to Pokhara for a day. You can indulge in adventurous sports like paragliding, mountain biking, bungee jumping.
How to commute: You can either drive to Pokhara or take a flight.
Day 4: Kathmandu to Nagarkot via Bhaktapur
You will be driving to Nagarkot from Kathmandu early in the morning. It is located around 30kms away from Kathmandu. You will take 2hours to reach this beautiful city situated at a height of 2175m. If you are driving early in the morning, then you can get the beautiful glimpse of sunrise in the mountains. Getting the view of sunrise across the mountains is an experience to cherish for a lifetime. The small town of Nagarkot is famous for sunrise and sunset view.
After the sunrise view, you can indulge in hiking across the refreshing environment. You can hike across the forest lands of Nagarkot to reach 5th century built temple of Changunarayan. After reaching the top of the hillock, you will get to see the scenic beauty of the mountains.
Day 5: Departure
After taking the early morning breakfast, our driver will drop you to the airport to board the homebound flight.
3 nights’ accommodation in Kathmandu with complimentary breakfast
1night accommodation in Nagarkot with complimentary breakfast
2 airport transfers by a non-A/C vehicle exclusively
Sightseeing as per the itinerary in Kathmandu by a non-A/C vehicle exclusively
Transportation Kathmandu/Nagarkot/Kathmandu by a non-A/C vehicle exclusively
Presently applicable 24.3% Hotel Taxes (13% VAT and 10% Service charge).
While traveling to an alien land, the travelers are always inquisitive in treating the taste buds well. In terms of Nepalese delicacies, one will find out a complete blend of Tibetan cuisine and Indian cuisine at the same time. Are you a foodie? Then exotic land can offer you to try distinctive dishes. In terms of cuisine, you will find remarkable flavor. Like Indian dishes, you can try rice, curries, lentil soup as one of the major staple foods. Momos are also famous among the tourists in the streets of Nepal. Whether it is veg or non-veg, you can actually treat your taste buds with the authentic Tibetan cuisine. You can also enjoy Newari cuisine in the valley of Kathmandu. If you are into culinary studies, then you will definitely explore different dishes of ethnic groups. Aloo and Bara are quite famous among the locals. Yomari is also another quite celebrated dish mostly made during Newar festival called YomariPunhi. This festival occurs during the months at the completion of the rice harvest. Yomari is a sweet dish in a form of bun with infused coconut, sesame seeds, and molasses. You can also try falafels in the busy streets of Thamel. The ravishing smell of the street stalls of Thamel will engage you in having a mouthful of these Doner Kebabs.
Unlike other exotic location, you will never experience a huge financial burden while traveling to Nepal. When tourists travel to foreign lands, they always want to bring small gifts as memoirs for a lifetime. If you are a shopaholic then you can enjoy the shopping spree in the busiest streets of Nepal. Among popular gift items, Thangka paintings are believed to be the most common one. These paintings show a blend of symbols from both Buddhism and Hinduism. These embroidered hand painted craft on textile surely shows the mastery of the weavers. For the purpose of painting, it won’t cost you more than INR 1000.
Another gift item that can give you the emotion of Nepalese culture is the rice paper items. These creative handicrafts are made of rice husk. In primitive days, these papers were used for paintings or manuscripts in the royal family. With the passage of time, it is now used for diary paper. The craftsman works tediously to create art out of rice husk. These items are quite popular among the tourists to provide the perfect gift for family members. You will not spend more than INR 300 to bring back memories from Nepal.
The enriched cultural life of Nepal always attracts tourists. So another innovative item is the masks and statues made in the form of mythical figurines. During festivals, the Nepalese locals wear these masks and celebrate cultural nights. While traveling to Nepal, this kind of mask is a must try. The starting price of these masks is around INR 500. Apart from this, if you are a connoisseur of traditional jewelry collection then Nepal is the prime hub for you to explore those pieces of jewelry. The beautiful handicraft items with fabulous designs can be worn as neckpiece or handpiece jewelry. With the similar alloy, the craftsman makes utensils used by Newari tribe. Accompanying your jewelry style, you can also make your wardrobe fashionable by buying stylish hemp bags. These spacious bags will add a boho flavor to your dressing sense. If you love to carry elegant bags then these hemp bags will definitely come to your bucket list. Your intense love to collect all these authentic objects all across the world will make these items as décor in the corner of your living room. As compared to other gift items, these handicraft items are quite expensive. The starting cost of such items is around INR 3000.