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Incentive Tour in Nepal

Draped along the spine of the Himalayas, Nepal is a land of sublime scenery, time-worn temples, and some of the best hiking trails on earth. It is a poor country, but it is rich in scenic splendor and cultural treasures. The kingdom has long exerted a pull on the imagination of travelers from near and far. It is the kind of country that lingers in your dreams long after you leave it. This is why so many travelers are drawn back to Nepal, armed the second time round with a greater appreciation of its natural and cultural complexity, a stout pair of walking boots and a desire for sculpted calf muscles!

Fact of the Tour;

Tour Destination: Kathmandu, Pokhara, Chitwan
Highest Elevation: 1560m
Best Season: Autumn (Oct-Nov) and Spring (March-April) 
Group Size: 02 to 20pax
Mode of Tour: Hotel
Tour Start/End: Kathmandu/Kathmandu
Grade: Easy
Tour Hour: Whole Day
Transportation by: Private car and domestic flight
Types of tour: Sightseeing Tour
Culture: Majority of Mixed Culture
Himalayan Sights: Langtang Range, Ganesh Himal, Manaslu, Annapurna, Dhaulagiri, Machhapurchhre and other snow-capped mountain peaks
High Lights of the Trek: Vantage point for Stunning view of high Himalayan Range, unobstructed Sunrise & Sunset view, typical lifestyle and culture of mixed peoples, scenic and picturesque ancient cities, ancient Buddhist Monasteries, Lakes, Water fall, wild safari and ancient temples.

Day 01: Arrival in Kathmandu,
* Kathmandu is the capital and largest city of Nepal.
It has a population of 1.5 million and is located at an altitude of 1300m in the Kathmandu Valley. The city is named after an ancient temple called “Kaasthamandap” which means “wooden shelter”. Expect a “sensory overload” when you arrive. The city is crowded, noisy and polluted. Traffic is crazy and the noise is incessant as vehicles horn loudly while driving madly through congested & narrow streets. Kathmandu has an amazing historical, cultural and artistic heritage. There are seven UNESCO World Heritage sites located in the Kathmandu including the three Durbar Squares at Kathmandu, Patan and Bhaktapur. Kathmandu has always been a travelers’ Mecca - although the tourist profile has changed. In the 1960s, the typical visitor was a free-spirited hippie looking for an alternative lifestyle whilst searching for enlightenment. In the 2000s, the typical visitor is a relatively well-heeled Gore-Tex clad traveler looking for a different holiday experience in an unusual & exotic location. Instead of cheap food & cannabis, the modern tourist is more interested in shopping, photography and a nice latte / lemon cheesecake in one of Kathmandu’s up-market cafes and restaurants.
* Drive to Dhulikhel, Beyond the Kathmandu Valley, there are two popular places to view the distant Himalayan Mountains. Nagarkot and Dhulikhel are located 32 km from Kathmandu. Both offer views of the Himalayas at sunrise. While the road to Nagarkot is steep & winding, the road to Dhulikhel is a relatively easier drive. Dhulikhel also provides an opportunity for the visitor to observe village life in a typical Nepali countryside. Check into Dhulikhel Lodge Resort
* Lunch at the Resort. After lunch, take a leisurely 2-3 hours village walk to 1000 stone staircase
* Barbeque Dinner & stay overnight at Dhulikhel Lodge Resort.

* Wake-up call. Go to vantage point to see the Himalayas at sunrise.
* Breakfast
* Depart Resort for Kathmandu Domestic Airport
* Flight to Pokhara, arrival in Pokhara – Lunch at Moon Dance Restaurant.

After lunch, drive to Sarangkot and trek down to Lake Side. Trekking is Nepal’s no. 1 tourist attraction. Unfortunately, we don’t have the time to do the 15-21 days Everest Base Camp Trek or the 16-18 days Annapurna Circuit Trek. These treks are quite arduous for most people. You need stamina and endurance to cope with 7-8 hours of daily trekking which will include steep ascents and descents. The half-day Sarangkot-Lake Side trek will allow you to experience trekking in Nepal under relatively pleasant circumstances. Our trekking/camping experience is organized by Sherpa Trekking Service – they have lots of experience organizing treks to Everest & the Annapurnas. If you love this experience, you can come back for the 15-21 days ultimate Himalayan trekking experience. Sarangkot offers the most panoramic views of the Annapurna Himalayan peaks from Dhaulagiri (8,167m) to Machhapuchhare (6,997m). On a clear day, you will be rewarded with superb panoramic views of the western Himalayas. Viewing the Annapurnas from Sarangkot under perfect conditions has been described as a “religious experience”.
* Transfer to Hotel after arrival in Lake Side Area.
* Dinner with cultural show and stay overnight at Hotel in Pokhara.

Day 03: In POKHARA
* Wake up call and breakfast,
* Pokhara is Nepal’s 2nd largest and most picturesque city.
Our accommodation is the world-famous “Fish Tail Lodge” located on the beautiful Phewa Tal (lake). On a good day, you can see the perfect triangular form of Mt. Machhapuchhare (“Fish Tail Mountain”) & the other Annapurna massif reflected on the serene waters of the lake. Life is quiet, civilized and enjoyable at the Lodge. On the other hand, the village on the lakeshore is full of travelers eating, drinking, shopping and reverberating to the sound of “om mani padme hum”.
* Visit following places with our tour guide;
Davi’s Fall;
Locally known as Patale Chhango (Hell’s Fall), Devi’s fall (also known as Devin’s or David’s) is an awesome waterfall lying about 2 km south-west of Pokhara airport on the highway to Tansen. An interesting modern legend says that a foreigner named David was skinny dipping in the Pardi Khola (river) when the floodgates of the dam were opened, sweeping him into an underground passage beneath the fall, never to be seen again.
Gupteshwar Cave; Gupteshwar Cave or Gupreswar Gupha, considered sacrosanct by the locals, is 2 km from Pokhara airport. The 3km long cave has some large hall-like rooms and some passages where one is forced to crawl. A Shivalinga, phallic symbol if Hindu Lord Shiva, is preserved in the cave.
The Phewa Lake; Phewa Lake, majestic in stretch and beauty, is the second largest lake of Nepal. Foremost attraction in the lake is the pagoda style temple which holds the shrine of Barahi or Water Goddess. Another attraction is the amazing image of Mt. Machhapuchhre and Annapurna in the clear water of the lake. One is advised to view the south-eastern side of Phewa Lake for it has the best views. Tourists can also indulge in activities like fishing and canoeing. Several verities of fish can be found in the lake. Nearby forest is the residence of numerous animals and birds.
Begnas Lake; Begnas Lake, the second largest lake of Pokhara Valley, is 13 km away from Pokhara. The lake is a nice destination for the tourists who want to pass some time in seclusion. They can indulge in activities like boating and fishing. Nearby jungle is the residence of more than 150 species of birds. Water fowls can be observed from the northern part of the lake.
Barahi Temple; This is the most important religious monument in Pokhara. Built almost in the middle of Phewa Lake, the two storied pagoda is dedicated to the boar manifestation of Ajima, the protector’s deity representing the female force Shakti. Devotees can be seen, especially on Saturdays, carrying male animals and fowl across the lake to be sacrificed to the deity.
World Peace Pagoda; The pagoda is a massive Buddhist stupa and is situated on top of a hill on the southern shore of Phewa lake. Besides being an impressive sight in itself, the shrine is a great vantage point which offers spectacular views of the Annapurna range and Pokhara city. You can get there by crossing the lake by boat and then hiking up the hill.
Himalayan Views; The magnificent Annapurna panorama that’s visible on the northern skyline of Pokhara is quite incredible. The main peaks are Annapurna I to IV and the beautiful Machhapuchhare (or Fishtail Mountain, so named after its twin peaks). Besides these, you can also see the Himchuli, Varahashikhar, Gangapurna and other peaks. The mountains will probably be hidden in the clouds between April and September. A nice evening on the banks of Fewa Lake with the mountain range as the backdrop is what Pokhara is really about!
* Dinner & Overnight at the Hotel

Day 04: Drive from POKHARA – CHITWAN (150 km / 4-5 hrs)
* Early Breakfast at the hotel while viewing the Himalayas
* Drive to Chitwan National Park
* Arrival and check-into Hotel Westwood.
* Chitwan National Park is considered Nepal’s 3rd biggest attraction after trekking and the Kathmandu Valley.
It is a large and beautiful nature reserve occupying 932 sq km of land. It is one of the last refuge of the endangered royal Bengal tiger and the one-horned Indian rhino.
* Chitwan National Park was protected since the 19th century as a hunting reserve for Nepali royals and foreign aristocrats. In a famous hunting expedition, King George V and his son Edward VIII managed to slaughter 39 tigers and 18 rhinos in a single blood-soaked afternoon. Unfortunately, habitat loss and poachers continue to decimate the number of tigers and rhinos. Today, there are less than 80 tigers and 500 rhinos left in the Park.
* There are more than 50 species of mammals in Chitwan including monkeys, tigers, leopards, sloth bears, wild boar, hyenas, deer, elephants and rhinos. There are also 450 different species of birds and 67 species of butterflies.
* Hotel Westwood characterized by intricate carved wood, fine architecture, deluxe amenities and outstanding personalized service, Hotel Westwood is the first luxury boutique hotel at Sauraha on the outskirts of Chitwan National Park. The hotel is distinguished by its superior design and complimented by modern amenities. The architecture of the property features elegantly-designed carved wood panels and every piece of woodwork in Nepalese traditional style. The cornices fixed on the architrave are supported by columns and each stunning wooden pillar is carved with images of different Hindu and Buddhists deities.
* The main attraction of Chitwan is the Elephant Safari. It is a unique experience to explore the jungle on the back of a trained elephant. While you are not likely to see the Bengal tiger, you should be able to see the Indian rhino and enjoy one of the nicest nature reserves of the Indian sub-continent. Watch out for branches – particularly if you are sitting behind other passengers.
* Lunch
* Tharu Village tour;
We offer guided cultural tour to the Tharu villages where you can see the local Tharu culture and interact with the local people. On the way you will also visit Tharu cultural museum and enrich your knowledge by learning about the artifacts, tradition and living culture of Tharus.
* Visit to Museum
* River side Sunset view
* Cultural program
* Dinner and stay overnight at Hotel.

Day 05: CHITWAN – KATHMANDU (162 km / 5 & half hrs)
* Wake up call
* Breakfast
* Elephant ride/Elephant-back Safari;
This safari is done on elephant's back on a special sitting made by wooden frame called 'Howdah'. For your comfort a cushion is placed on Howdah. Maximum 4 individuals can ride at a time to explore jungle and different wildlife. The Mahout (elephant master) will lead you throughout this trip. If you need to take an emergency break or want to stop the elephant in order to take photograph during this.ing walk with nature will introduce you the main feature of western Chitwan's Sal forest, open grassland and riverside jungle. Our nature guide will help identify some species of birds, plants and other wildlife that may encounter on the jungle trail.
* Departure from hotel and drive to Kathmandu.
* Lunch – River side spring resort.
* Arrival Kathmandu – transfer to Hotel and free time to relax.
* Transfer to Nepali Chulo Restaurant.
* Evening Dinner with Nepalese cultural program.

Stay overnight at the Hotel

* Wake up call.
* Transfer to airport for mountain flight.
* Mountain Flight;
A sight-seeing flight is the best way to get close-up views of the enchanting Himalayan panorama. It’s an hour-long flight usually in the morning to see the high Himalayan peaks, several of them above eight thousand meters, including Mount Everest, the world’s tallest at 8,848 m. It is something not to be missed. Mountain flights offer the luxurious option of a Himalayan experience. This an hour flight tour to the top of the world Mount Everest presents visitors with an incredible and awesome sight of pristine mountain peaks at close. World’s tallest mountain, the Mt. Everest is prime attraction of the tour. Apart from this, it also gives an opportunity to get a close look at natural beauty and eyeful view of the entire Himalayan range. You take a departure from domestic depart of Tribhuvan International Airport and fly eastwards parallel to the Himalayan range and finally reach up to a point for a spectacular view of Mt. Everest. We shall be flying as close to Mt. Langtang and Jugal himal on your flight back to Katmandu finally ending up with an aerial view of the entire valley. During the flight,  you get to see Gosaithan (also called Shisha Pangma), Dorje Lhakpa, Phurbi Chyachu, Choba Bhamare, Gaurishanker, Melungtse, Chugimago, Numbur, Karyolung, Cho-Oyu, Gyachungkang, Pumori, Nuptse and, of course, Everest. Mountain flights are offered by several airlines in the morning from the domestic airport in Kathmandu. Note that this tour is subject to weather conditions.
* Transfer to hotel for breakfast.
* After breakfast depart for sightseeing tour of Pashupatinath Temple;
Pashupatinath Temple situated 5km east of Kathmandu city center is the most famous Hindu Temple in Nepal. Pashupati literally means “Lord of Animals” and is considered to be the patron deity of Nepal. Pashupatinath Temple, In October 1979 Pashupati area was declared as the World Heritage Site by UNESCO, with its astonishing architectural beauty, stands as a symbol of faith, religion, culture and tradition. Regarded as the most sacred temple of Hindu Lord Shiva in the world, Pashupatinath Temple’s existence dates back to 400 A.D. It is a pagoda style two tiered golden roof with exquisitely carved four silver doors containing in its sanctum a phallic idol with four faces facing each direction and the other fifth one is looking up towards the zenith. A temple dedicated to Shiva was constructed at the present site by Lichhavi King Supushpa Verma according to an ancient chronicles. However the present temple is claimed to have been built by King Bhupatindra Malla in 1697 AD. This most sacred abode of Shiva, who is the God of the gods- Mahadev-, merits a visit by all Hindus, at least once in a lifetime, to be truly blessed and cleansed. It is believed that pilgrimage to the four dhams like Dwarika, Kedar, Rameshwor and Jaganath of India becomes meaningful only after a final darshan of Pashupatinath and by taking a holy dip in the Bagmati River and conducting a proper puja. There are temples of other Hindu deities in Pashupati premises like Bhairavnath, Vasukinag, Parbati Temple, Ram Mandir, Vishworup, Gorakhnath, Kirateshwor temple and dozens of temples dedicated to different gods and goddess. Legend has it that a cow would frequently escape from its herd and offer milk on a Jyotirlinga which denotes the point where the temple stands today. It is said that certain cowherd much to his surprise found the self generated Jyotirlinga when he dug the spot where the cow would give milk. The spot immediately became the center of worship that has been continued till today. A considerable part of the temple vicinity is converted to rest and prayer areas. Behind the temple on the banks of Bagmati is a crematorium for Hindus. At the other end of Pashupatinath Temple area is the temple of Guheshwori dedicated to Shiva’s consort Parbati also known as Satidevi. There is also a deer park at the back of the temple across the Bagmati. One may also observe Sadhus smeared with ashes and dressed in lion clothes and the Hindu Brahmins offering Tika and blessing to the visitors. Pashupatinath attracts thousands of pilgrims on spring festival Maha Shivaratri (Feb-March), the day dedicated to Shiva, Hari Talika / Teej (Aug-Sept), Janai Purnima (July-Aug) and all Mondays of the month of Shrawan (July-Aug).
* Transfer to Hyatt Hotel.
* Buffet Lunch at Hotel.
* After lunch Sightseeing tour of Bouddhanath stupa;
Bouddhanath Stupa, the biggest stupa in the center of Tibetan Buddhism, one of the holiest Buddhist sites and one of the most imposing landmarks in Kathmandu, lies about 8 km east of the capital. The Bouddhanath stupa, also called by many as Khasti Chitya, is one of the oldest stupas in the country. The claims made in various religious and literacy texts regarding the erectionn of the stupa are varied and conflicting. However, the stupa is believed to have been built in the 5th century AD during the reign of the Lichhavi period. As in other Stupa architecture, this Stupa is also has Vairochana at the center followed by Aksobhya, Ratna Sambhava, Amitabha and Amogha Siddhi in east, west, south and north direction respectively. Similarly there are one hundred and eight small niches around the stupa accommodating the icons of Buddhas, Bodhisatavas and other female deities along with conjoint figures in erotic poses. Likewise, at the bottom level, it is surrounded with the praying wheels embossed with the famous mantra Om Mani Padme Hum fixed in more than hundred and forty niches. The stupa, a well-known Buddhist pilgrimage site, is included in World Heritage Cultural site list by UNESCO in 1979.  The colossal and ancient stupa of Bouddhanath is 40 meter high. It has a round path at the bottom while another path is made of three-tier plinth. The most impressive part of the stupa is the eyes of the Buddha which are painted with red, white and blue colors. At the ground level there is a brick wall with 147 inches and 108 images of the meditational Buddha inset behind copper prayer wheels. Early morning and evening are the times to visit Bouddha to join the local residents in Khora (walking the pilgrim’s circuit, sometimes with Tibetan pilgrims on their hands and knees). In Buddhanath Stupa, there are many monasteries or Gompa attractions. They are all impressively adorned and colorfully painted. Anyone can visit the monasteries and take visuals. It is advisable to give small donation if you take photographs.
* After sightseeing tour - transfer to Hotel and free time to relax.
* Dinner

Overnight at the Hotel

* Breakfast at the Hotel
* After breakfast sightseeing tour of Patan,
Patan Durbar Square; The cities in the Kathmandu Valley are made up of 3 ancient cities and Patan is located across the Bagmati River to the south of Kathmandu city. Patan is also known as Lalitpur, the city of fine arts. According to legend the founding of Patan dates back to Pre-Christian times. As opposed to the Malla cities of Kathmandu and Bhaktapur that were mainly influenced by the Hindu religion, Patan was for many years a major Buddhist city. It is believed that it was founded in the third century B.C. by the famous Buddhist emperor, Ashoka, who visited the town while on a pilgrimage from Northern India and built four stupas that enclosed the centre of the old town. This would make it the oldest continuing Buddhist town in the world. We will visit the Patan Durbar Square and see the Krishna Temple built by King Siddhi Narsingh Malla, Hiranya Varna Mabavihar and the Mahadouddha Temple.
* Lunch.
* After lunch, drive to Bhaktapur and sightseeing tour of Bhaktapur its Durbar Square; Bhaktapur is the one of the three ancient cities within the Kathmandu Valley. It is also known as Bhadgaun, meaning the city of devotees and is the home of true medieval art and architecture in the Valley. Lying 14 km east of Kathmandu city, Bhaktapur was founded in the 9th century and is shaped like a conch shell. Not only because of its famous carved peacock windows but also due to its museum, Bhaktapur is the centre of traditional Nepalese wood carving. Compared to other royal cities in Patan and Kathmandu, Bhaktapur is the most original and is without a doubt the most historically authentic. We will visit the Durbar Square (palace square) with its array of temples overlooked by the Palace of Fifty-five Windows built by King Bhupatindra Malla. We will also visit the Taleju Temple which is the best example of Pagoda style structure in Nepal. It stands majestically on five terraces, on each of which stands a pair of figures. As you go up from one terrace to the next, the figures gain strength of ten times that of the lower terrace: we see two strong men; two elephants; two lions; two griffins; and two goddesses.
* Bhaktapur Cultural Program (Newari Cultural) & Dinner. After dinner drive to Kathmandu.
Overnight at the Hotel

* Breakfast at the hotel

* After breakfast transfer to Thamel. Shopping and walk around Thamel; Thamel is the epic-center for shopping in Kathmandu. It can be a stressful place because of the street vendors, rickshaw drivers and high speed motor bikes. But there is no question that it is jam- packed with shops, selling everything from ready-to-wear Western clothes, embroided T-shirts, Tibetan carpets, clothing, thangkas (Buddhist paintings) and curios (“singing bowls” etc), Pashmina shawls, Nepali souvenirs like khukuris (Gurkha’s traditional knife) and madals (drums), jewellery, paper products (the local lokta plant is used to make a fine & unique paper – a nice and practical souvenir or gift), colorful masks and puppets, metalwork & woodcarvings. When you need a respite from the shopping, take a break at one of Thamel’s many cafes.
* Lunch
* After lunch transfer to Durbar Square

* Sightseeing tour of Durbar Square and Hanumandhoka Palace; Situated in the heart of old Kathmandu city at Basantapur, Kathmandu Durbar Square never fails to impress first time visitors with its ensemble of palaces, courtyards and temples built during the Malla period. The Durbar Square includes the Hanuman Dhoka Royal Palace, the historic seat of the royalty; the magnificent Taleju Temple towering more than 40 meters; Kumari Ghar, the residence of the Living Goddess, Kumari; Ashok Vinayak, also called Kathmandu Ganesh, a temple without a filial ; and Kal Bhairav, the God of Wrath. The capital takes its name from the giant pagoda of Kasthamandap, which is said to have been built out of a single tree. Since the time of the Malla kings, the Durbar Square has been the city’s social, religious and political focal point. AKASH BHAIRAV: Believed to have been built in the 12th century, the temple enshrines Akash Bhairav, a ferocious manifestation of Lord Shiva. The three-storey temple with tiled roofs, a hanging balcony, gilded and latticed windows and an artistic doorway lies in the main market avenue called Indra Chowk.
* Rest of the time free to relax
* This evening enjoy the Hippie Night - Theme Dinner at the hotel.

Stay overnight at the hotel.

* Breakfast at the hotel.
* After breakfast, Check out of the Hotel.
* Transfer to international airport as per your international flight schedule.

Our Package Inclusive
# Int’l/Dom Airport/Hotel/Airport picks up and transfers by private car/van on arrival and departure.
# 7 nights accommodations in twin bed sharing basis with breakfast at Standard Hotel in Kathmandu, Pokhara and Dhulikhel.
# All meals (Lunch and Dinner) during the tour in Kathmandu, Pokhara and Dhulikhel.
# Sightseeing Tour as per above mentioned itinerary and all kind of entry fees.
# Round trip domestic flight ticket and airport tax.
# 1 Experienced, helpful, friendly and well trained English speaking Tour guide and his food, accommodation, equipments, salary and insurance.
# All ground transportation by private vehicle.
# Chitwan Tour package on Full Board Basis.
# Tourist Service Charge.
# Office Service Charge.
# All government tax.
# First Aid Medical Kit box.

Our Package Exclusive
# International Airfare to and from Nepal.
# Travel Insurance.
# Nepal Tourist Visa Fees.
# Items and expenses of personal nature.
# All kind of alcoholic drinks (beer, wine, whisky), cold drink (mineral water, coke, fanta, sprite, juice), laundry service, postage, phone calls, internet, donations, museum entry fees etc during the trip.
# Personal Trekking Equipments such as sleeping bags, walking poles, down jackets, walking boots. (It can be hired/bought in Kathmandu).
# Emergency Evacuation (Medical Insurance and Helicopter Rescue in case of accident and can be paid either insurance company or clients themselves).
# Any cost arises due to a change of the program/itinerary, because of landslides, political disturbance, strike and some accidental problems.
# Horse/Pony renting and additional porters due to natural calamities during the trek.
# Any other costs whatsoever, that is not mentioned in the cost inclusive.
# Tipping Tips for guide, porters, drivers and horse man.

Tipping is expected but it is not mandatory and can be treated end of the trip if satisfied.

N. B. This is a general itinerary, which can always individually be “tailor-made”. The package itinerary can be redesigned or changed due to trekker’s fitness and time frame of holiday. Similarly hotel can be upgraded or downgraded depend on your budget. Please email to us at mystiquenepaltreks@yahoo.com for more details and discussions for suitably programs.

P.S. In case of Emergency Evacuation during the trip, Helicopter Rescue will be arranged by Mystique Nepal Himalayan Trekking & Expedition (P) Ltd within 1-2 hours in first call. The cost of the rescue must be paid by the clients themselves or insurance company.

There will be a cancellation fee of 25% for any cancellation unforeseen problems shown one month prior to Trekking/Tour departure date, a cancellation fee of 50% two weeks prior to Trekking/Tour departure date and no refund thereafter. No refund for no shows & delay arrivals whatsoever reason.
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