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(N)Day 2: Kathmandu
Arrive and transfer to Maya Manor hotel for 2 nights. (N)Day 3: Kathmandu • Bhaktapur
Morning tour of Kathmandu Durbar Square including Indra Chowk, Ason Chowk and Annapurna temple. Afternoon visit to the medieval city of Bhaktapur. (B)Day 4: Nuwakot
Drive to Nuwakot and stay at the Famous Farm for 1 night. Afternoon village walk. (B, L, D)Days 5-6: Bandipur
Drive to the Newari village of Bandipur and spend 2 nights at Gaun Ghar. Afternoon walking tour of Bandipur bazaar and village. Following day at leisure. (B, L, D)Day 7: Pokhara
Drive to Pokhara and stay 2 nights at the Temple Tree Resort & Spa. Afternoon tour of Pokhara visiting Bindabaisni temple, Seti gorge, Devi’s Falls and the Tibetan village. (B)Day 8: Pokhara
Enjoy a one-hour boat ride on Phewa lake followed by an hour’s walk uphill to the World Peace Pagoda. Continue downhill on foot to Devi’s Falls and return to the hotel for an afternoon at leisure. (B)Day 9: Chitwan
Drive to Chitwan and stay 2 nights at the Barahi Jungle Lodge. Afternoon wildlife viewing. (B, L, D)Day 10: Chitwan
Early morning and late afternoon wildlife viewing. (B, L, D)Day 11: Kathmandu
Drive to Kathmandu and stay overnight at the Maya Manor hotel. (B)Day 12: Fly home
As per itinerary – B: Breakfast, L: Lunch, D: Dinner, N: No meals.Important information Discovery tour:
This tour is best suited to the hardier traveller as it includes some basic accommodation and some rougher road journeys.Tailor-made travel:
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Perched on a terraced hillside overlooking the picturesque village of Nuwakot, The Famous Farm is a simple, atmospheric, converted farmhouse that retains much of its original Newari design and character. The 13 individually decorated, simply furnished rooms are spread across three buildings, which are set around a courtyard. Except for two rooms, all others have en suite facilities. Accommodation at the Famous Farm includes all meals, which are usually served in the courtyard. The resident chef prepares a variety of Nepalese homecooked meals with mostly fresh, local produce. There is also a small selection of western dishes. Facilities at this hotel include a cosy dining room (this is only used when the weather does not permit the use of the courtyard) and a bar that serves beer and house wine. Special dietary requirements need to be requested at the time of booking. The farmhouse retains much of its traditional-style architecture, which means ...
Located in Lakeside, the tourist hub of Pokhara, Temple Tree resort is ideally situated near all the restaurants and shops in this area as well as being a short walk from the scenic Lake Phewa. Each of the 47 comfortably furnished rooms has its own small private terrace or balcony and looks on to the landscaped grounds. Facilities include two restaurants, a bar, infinity pool and spa.
Gaun Ghar is a delightful, traditional Newari village house that has been converted into a small hotel. The 15 simply furnished rooms with en suite facilities overlook either the main square with ancient temples and quaint buildings or the striking mountains. Accommodation at the Gaun Ghar includes all meals and is served either in the small terrace with gorgeous mountain views or in the dining room. The well-trained local chefs prepare a selection of Nepalese and western dishes using largely fresh produce that is available locally. This converted hotel retains much of its traditional architecture, which means the rooms and corridors feature narrow, low doorways. Despite erratic power supply, the Gaun Ghar does not use electric generators: torches are provided in the rooms. As this is not a full-service hotel, special dietary requirements need to be requested at the time of booking.
The Barahi Jungle Lodge is situated on the banks of the Rapti river, close to the iconic Chitwan National Park and approximately 32km away from Bharatpur domestic airport. The property offers 35 boutique guestrooms decorated with a mix of traditional and contemporary Nepali design themes, equipped with en suite facilities, a flatscreen television, air conditioning and minibar. Rooms also feature private balconies with views out over the river and national park. The lodge has an in-house restaurant that serves a mixture of local, regional, Chinese and continental dishes, while room service options are also available. Other facilities include an outdoor swimming pool and a spa offering a full range of treatments.
Low season from £2185 per person
High season from £2185 per person
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*Itinerary: Note that for the 06 Feb 2014* departure date only the itinerary is different to the regular 2014 tour, with a visit to the countryside in Mai Chai and an extra night in Hanoi, and one less night in Hoi An.
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