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Kathmandu to Pokhara: 1-Way Car Transfer

1. Kathmandu to Pokhara: 1-Way Car Transfer

This one-way transfer from Kathmandu to Pokhara is an ideal way to travel comfortably. It is an economical alternative to traveling in Nepal by public bus or with expensive flight tickets. Choose a convenient start time from the airport or your hotel and reach your preferred destination safely. The approximate distance between the two cities is 200 km and offers scenic views of Nepal's countryside. e accompanied by a professional driver who can assist you with any local information. You can also request bathroom or coffee breaks or stop for a quick picture on the way. As the capital city of Nepal, Kathmandu is home to several UNESCO World Heritage sites, including Hindu and Buddhist temples. Pokhara is less crowded and offers excellent opportunities to view the Annapurna Mountain, and adventurous activities such as paragliding. This car transfer eases the travel experience between the 2 cities.

Pokhara to Kathmandu: One Way Private Transfer

2. Pokhara to Kathmandu: One Way Private Transfer

Opt for a private transfer from Pokhara to Nepal's capital city. Avoid the hassles of public transport and instead travel comfortably in a reliable, safe and efficient car. Enjoy the benefits of beautiful scenery on your drive to Kathmandu. Your trained drivers are knowledgeable about the route and are happy to give you local tips en route. You may also request them to stop at restaurants for breakfast or lunch, or for a toilet break as necessary. Based on the number of travelers in a booking, customers can choose for a sedan, SUV or a minibus service. Choose a convenient start time and request drop-off to your hotel, airport or bus station in Kathmandu. The approximate distance between the two cities is 200 km, which may take 5-6 hours to cover. Travelers are suggested to keep traffic and road conditions in mind while planning onward travel.

From Kathmandu: 3-Day Tour to Lumbini with 5* Hotel

3. From Kathmandu: 3-Day Tour to Lumbini with 5* Hotel

Lumbini is one of the most popular sites for Buddhist pilgrimage in Nepal, being considered the birthplace of Buddha. It was listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Sites in 1997. In this tour you will discover different temples and monasteries of Lumbini and stay at a luxury five star hotel.  Itinerary: Day 1: Pick up from your hotel in Kathmandu and drive 8 hours to Lumbini (Bhairahawa). Check into your room at the Tiger Palace Resort and stay overnight.  Day 2:  After an early breakfast at your hotel, visit the Lumbini Garden, then drive to Tilaurakot, also known as Kapilvastu. Visit major shrines and monuments such as Gotihawa, Niglihawa, the temple and pond of Mayadevi. Explore the legendary Pillar of Ashoka with its 9-meter sandstone shaft, Korean, Lotus and German Temple, the World Peace Pagoda and many other religious, historical and architectural artsy attractions. Overnight at the Tiger Palace Resort. Day 3: Breakfast at the hotel, then drive to Kathmandu. Visit Ramgram on the way to Kathmandu.

Pokhara: 2-Day Australian Camp Trek

4. Pokhara: 2-Day Australian Camp Trek

Explore the majestic Himalayas with the help of an expert guide on a 2-day trek from Pokhara and also learn about the local villages as well as the history of the Australian Village. Day 1: Start your tour with pickup from your hotel at 5 A.M and enjoy a 20-minute early morning drive to Sarangkot. Enjoy the mesmerizing sunrise along with a view of the beautiful mountains while hiking to Kande. Once you arrive in Kande start your hike to the Australian camp. Trek uphill through the beautiful forests for about 2 hours to reach the Australian Camp. Cherish the enthralling views of the Annapurna Himalaya Mountains, Machhapuchhre mountains, and Manalsu range along with the peaks of Hiunchuli, and Lamjung Himal. After your day of trekking, enjoy an overnight stay at the Australian Cam Guest House. Day 2: Enjoy breakfast in the morning with an incredible view of the Himalayas. Later, trek down to Kande and drive back to Pokhara and end your trip with optional Paragliding or Bungee Jumping.

Annapurna Base Camp: Wellness & Culinary Trek

5. Annapurna Base Camp: Wellness & Culinary Trek

Venture into a dazzling myriad of snow-capped stone giants en route to the rustic beauty of the Annapurna Sanctuary and Base-Camp in an exciting fortnight of unimaginable adventure! Trek through the Modi Khola Valley with its lush forests of oak, rhododendron, and bamboo, passing local Gurung villages, towards a breathtaking horizon that hosts some of the world's most spectacular scenery. The vast natural amphitheatre of the sanctuary is encircled by the Himalaya's famous peaks – the 'fishtail' spire of Machapuchare, Annapurna South, Gangapurna, the unconquered Fang, and the gargantuan Annapurna 1 – each one taller than the last. Itinerary: Day 1 Arrive in Kathmandu, Nepal's capital city, where you'll spend the night. Day 2 From Kathmandu you'll fly to Pokhara and then walk over foothills to the little town of Hile, where you'll enjoy the domineering panorama of the Himalayas and its most famous peak, Everest. Day 3 Trek to Ghorepani, an historic rest-stop once used for ancient traders and their horses. Day 4 Descend slightly on your journey around the hills to the tiny village of Chuile. Day 5 Hike to the beautiful small town of Sinuwa, that overlooks the confluence of the rivers Modi Khola and Chhromrong Khola. Day 6 On the sixth day you will reach the edge of what is officially recognised as the Himalayas mountain range. Day 7 Trek to the first of the two base-camps you'll visit. Machapuchare Base-Camp lays at an altitude of 3700 meters, a little over halfway up to the mountain's extraordinary fishtail-shaped peak. Day 8 Hike to Annapurna base camp, the highest point of the tour at 4130 meters. Relish the stunning views over Nepal and stay the night. With any luck the morning will be clear enough to witness the unbeatable sunrise! Day 9 Descend the rocky paths to Bamboo, a tiny village that takes its name from the surrounding forest dense with the favoured food of Nepal's native Red Pandas. Day 10 Head to Jhinu Danda where you'll enjoy the afternoon soaking in the town's hot-springs. Day 11 On the longest day of the tour you'll hike 8 hours to the village of Dhampus. Day 12 Walk to the small town of Phedi where you'll be met by a driver and taken back to Pokhara for a chance to enjoy the sights of the city or simply get some well-earned rest! Day 13 Fly back to Kathmandu. Please inform the company in advance whether you'd like to return in the morning or afternoon, depending on whether you'd value the extra time more in Pokhara or in the capital. Day 14 International departure.

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What people are saying about Pashchimanchal, Western Region

Wow, we were impressed by Hira. He does this drive often and knew it like the back of his hand. Every turn and pothole! We felt super safe (even though I am usually a nervous passenger). The vehicle was also very new and spotless. We did the drive safely in 5.5 hours, no traffic. Thank you so much Hira!

Very long ride but interesting

The ride from Kathmandu to Pokhara was longer than expected because of unexpected traffic caused by constructions work. However the sights were amazing.