HIGHLIGHTSAncient culture in KathmanduBlack Rhinos in ChitwanIncredible Scenery Trekking in the Himalayas
All the things you’re dying to ask but haven’t
This itinerary offers great value for money, and the range of activities means there’s something to suit everyone. Culture vulture? Explore the ancient sites of Bhaktapur or Patan with a local guide in Kathmandu. Wildlife enthusiast? See rhino and elephants in Chitwan. Adrenaline junkie? Go trekking or paragliding in Pokhara. This trip has it all - and you won’t forget it in a hurry!
We recommend at least two nights in each location, with a few more in Pokhara or Kathmandu if you want to explore or have some downtime. If it’s a big trek you’re after, we have lots of options in the Himalayas. Get in touch with a Nemo Travel Nerd and we’ll tell you everything you need to know!
Buddhism is an interesting religion to learn aboutBhaktapur, Kathmandu
Meet the friendly and interesting localsPatan, Kathmandu
Get up close and personal with these gentle giantsChitwan National Park
Top tip: embrace the communal aspect of the safari lodges and engage with the guides, they always know best.
One of the best places for paragliding in the worldPhewa Lake, Pokhara
Trek through stunning & remote mountain villagesHiking from Pokhara
Visit local shrines with our expert guidesTemple in Pokhara
Weather watch: It’s a little chilly, but December is a wonderful time to enjoy quiet treks and beautiful snowy peaks.
A few more tips...
- Take a stroll through Tamil at night to barter for local delicacies and goods.
- See Everest in all its glory by plane.
- Spend a half-day with an expert guide to learn about the history of Kathmandu.
Chitwan National Park
- Try the alternative safaris at the lodges to see a variety of wildlife.
- We think two nights is enough, but if you’re a wildlife lover, stay for three.
- Tigers are very rare in this area - don’t expect to see them.
- Do as much or as little as you like - it’s that kind of spot.
- Take to the skies in some form to see the beautiful Himalayan peaks.
- Try an overnight trek (talk to us about the right option for you).
Nemo believes in setting the bar high with ethical travel and sustainable practices. This starts in our office in London with our paperless policy and commitment to send 1% of our profits to Hello World, our chosen charity. Our commitment to ethical travel filters down into our trips, too. We use local hotels and partners so that your travel supports local businesses. A huge part of our dream at Nemo is to help protect our planet and the communities within it. Every trip we deliver brings us closer to our goal - to make a difference.
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