Enjoy your holidays in Nepal with our 3 Nights / 4 Days trave Package


Enjoy your holidays in Nepal with our 3 Nights / 4 Days trave Package

Market Price
Rs. 6,250
Rs. 5,000


3 Nights Kathmandu
Package Cost: Rs. 5,000 + Air Fare /- (per person on twin share / triple share)

Package Inclusions:

  • Daily breakfast
  • 03 Nights accommodation in Kathmandu
  • Tika welcome on arrival
  • Welcome Drinks on Arrival

Package Exclusions:

  • Any Airfare
  • Permit fees, Entry fess, Camera fees, Portarage, Insurance, Tips & Gratuity, Any personal expenses, Mineral/soft/hard drinks, Extra usage of vehicle, and Guide
  • Applicable Peak Season, Christmas, New year surcharges
  • Items of Personal Nature
  • Travel Insurance
  • Service tax extra @ 3.09% is applicable
  • Anything not mentioned above

Nepal:A landlocked country in South Asia, Nepal stands bordered by China in the north and India in the south, east and west. The country, which was initially a monarchy, is now a Federal Democratic Republic, through an Interim Parliamentary bill passed by on 28th December 2007. A multi-cultural, multi-linguistic and multi-religious country, Nepal boasts of a varied landscape, ranging from Terai plains in the south to mountainous Himalayas in the north.The official language is Nepali. Apart from that, English and a number of other languages are also spoken. Nepali is constitutionally recognized as the official language. Hindus (80 per cent) and Buddhist (10 per cent) are the two predominant religious groups, followed by Muslims, Jains and Christians


most visited places in nepal:


Unlike Kathmandu and Patan which are located close together, the third of the "Royal Cities", Bhaktapur dishonesty some 14 km away, "outside the holy hollow of the Valley" on the old trade route to Tibet. For Bhaktapur the trade route was both arterial link and major source of wealth. Its relative remoteness allowed the city to develop independently and in ways which distinguish it from the other two. With farmers - some of the best in the Valley - numbered heavily among its inhabitants, the city is self-supporting.



 When the Shahs invaded it in the mid 16th c. from West Nepal, Gorkha was probably previously the seat of local rajas. The Shahs themselves are believed to have come originally from Rajasthan, having been driven out by Muslim conquerors. Although this has yet to be convincingly proved, there are undoubtedly striking similarities between the Rajasthan’s and the Gurkhas including their shared military prowess and religious fervor.



Lumbini is extraordinary only for its calm, undisturbed by major celebrations and largely devoid of sights. Only a few relics from the excavation site remain to bear witness to the importance of the town and these have come within the framework of the Lumbini Development Project. Lumbini has been nominated for inclusion on the UNESCO list of world cultural sites.



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