Nepal Panorama Tour


Nepal has been around for ages, capturing people’s hearts with its gorgeous natural display, historic towns, and landmarks. It’s like a casket of hidden treasures with bustling neighborhoods, rich culture, and amazing foods.

No other country in the world has as varied topography and landforms as that of Nepal. It has lofty mountains in the Himalayas, while the lowland has vast meadows with national parks. The vast and rugged expanse of southwestern Nepal is the habitat of wild boars, honey badgers, clouded leopards, and so many wildlife.

The country has abundant historical monuments, archeological sites, and religious places, which travelers can visit anytime. There’s a delightful mix of ancient and contemporary art and architecture in major cities like Kathmandu, which can be overwhelming for anyone.

Some of the big towns like Chitwan and Bhaktapur are also thriving, given that they have plenty of tourist attractions. They have plenty of adventurous activities to offer visitors, including a jungle safari and a scenic jeep ride.

Pokhara has a great night light scene with musical events, convenient shops, and restaurants. It offers a scenic lakeside walk along with the panoramic view of Annapurna II and Machhapuchhare. Apart from the fascinating destinations with great visual displays, Pokhara also has many outdoor activities to offer visitors, including ultralight flight and paragliding.

Nagarkot is another point of interest, which hosts a large number of visitors. Due to its easy access from Kathmandu, most travelers prefer going to the hilltop, especially to enjoy the beauty of nature.

Perched at an elevation of 2,175 meters, Nagarkot offers a marvelous view of sweeping hills and landscapes to visitors. It also provides them a clear shot of Annapurna ranges and Gangapurna. Bhaktapur Durbar Square, Kathmandu Durbar Square is equally popular among tourists. These places have engrossed people in their rich heritage, art, and crafts.

Highlights of the Nepal Panorama Tour

  • Expansive view of Kathmandu Valley and the surrounding green hills
  • Spectacular landmarks and serene freshwater lakes
  • Wander through colorful streets and corner shops of Pokhara
  • Discover unique wildlife and vegetation of Chitwan National Park
  • A visit to the birthplace of Lord Gautam Buddha
  • Breathtaking sunrise view from Pokhara
  • Explore the famous UNESCO’s world heritage sites
  • Enjoy the traditional Nepali food offered by local restaurants and hotels


We’ll start offering our service once your flight lands at Tribhuvan Airport. Our team members will be on the spot, expecting to see you at any moment. After a formal meeting, they’ll transfer you to the hotel and even help you check-in. You can freshen up and get some rest until we meet again in the evening to discuss the tour’s itinerary. Later, you’ll be joining us at the welcome reception, which is casual but fun. Stay overnight at the hotel.
We’ll begin our second day of the Nepal Panorama tour by visiting some of the city's most popular world heritage sites. We’ll start off with Kathmandu Durbar Square, a major tourist attraction and a national heritage. Kathmandu Durbar Square is all that you expect an early Nepalese civilization to be like. With royal palaces, courtyards, wooden temples, and ponds, it symbolizes Newari art and architecture. You’ll see a lot of prehistoric buildings and statues around the durbar square, which are quite enchanting. Swyambhunath Stupa is another great-looking cultural landmark that provides a spiritual awakening. It gives a great sense of impressions and enlightenment, which is unfathomable. Located at the outskirt of Kathamndu, it has an imposing structure with stone statues, prayer flags, and mani wheels. Apart from these two, some other must-see destinations of Kathmandu include Pashupatinath Temple, Boudhanath Stupa, and Basantapur Durbar Square. The old towns and streets of Kathmandu have exquisite art and architecture.
After the city sightseeing, it’s time for us to get on the road and enjoy some scenic ride to Chitwan. With more than 9 hours of drive, the trip is, of course, not all fun. But, it’s quite interesting with scenic views of lush meadows and rolling hills. On the journey, we can see a lot of small towns and farming villages. We’ll spend most of the day driving along the Trishuli River and forest-covered hills. Turning south to Mugling, we’ll spend another hour or so on the road before reaching Chitwan. After an epic road trip the entire day, it’s only fair that we let you get some rest. So, after arriving in the city, we’ll drive you straight to the hotel, where you can have dinner and later get to sleep.
Although not as crowded as Kathmandu, Chitwan too stays busy as often as not. It has an incredible number of tourists visiting all around the year. Chitwan National Park is one of the few places where visitors come to see the magnificent wildlife and birds. The park has a huge tropical forest, which is home to more than 700 wildlife species and 68 mammals species, including honey badgers, mongooses, and Asian Palm Civets. So, to make the most of this day, we’ll venture out on a jungle safari and scour the park. This trip offers a thrill of the wild by taking us into the alluvial grasslands and subtropical deciduous forests. It also helps us explore the sprawling 367.81 sq miles national park in the fastest and most convenient way. Apart from watching animals, you can also enjoy a boat ride in the natural setting and explore the park. After the sightseeing is over, we’ll head back to the hotel and spend the night there relaxing.
After breakfast, we’ll leave Chitwan and head on to our next destination, Lumbini. It’s another world heritage site and a cultural landmark of Nepal. The pilgrimage is not too far off from Chitwan, taking merely 4-5 hours to reach. The journey begins with a picturesque drive on a highway that passes through Bharatpur and Butwal. Shortly after, we’ll drive down to Siddharthanagar, which is just a few miles away from Lumbini. The ride is short but pleasant, given the wonderful view of colorful towns and lush meadows. After arriving at Lumbini, we’ll visit the Buddhist pilgrimage center where Lord Buddha was born. Inside the religious shrine, you can see a number of older temples and small monasteries, including the Mayadevi Temple. It’s the epicenter for devotees keen to offer their prayers. Lumbini also has a series of monolithic columns, including Pillars of Ashoka as well as World Peace Pagoda. Walking through the pilgrimage, you can see mani wheels and prayer flags, symbolizing peace. After completing the sightseeing as planned, we’ll return to the hotel for a well-deserved rest.
From Lumbini, we’ll take six hours drive to Pokhara for some lakeside adventure. We’ll hit the road early in the morning and travel all the way through Bhairahawa and Butwal. After a couple of miles drive off past the winding alleys and verdant meadows, we’ll arrive at Tansen. It’s a stunning town with lovely neighborhoods and several marketplaces. You can witness a lot of houses built in the area are inspired by Newari art and architecture. After some time, we’ll flee the town and move towards Pokhara, which requires an extra four hours. A gateway to Annapurna Circuit, Pokhara is a major tourist site in Nepal. It’s a gorgeous lake city, surrounded by lofty hills and snow-capped mountains. Those looking to spend the afternoon in the city have multiple options like walking the lakeshore of Phewa or dining in a fancy restaurant. There are many fascinating places and charming towns to visit here. If that doesn’t fit your taste, then just stroll through the streets of Pokhara as it provides incredible views. After the touring has been done, return to the hotel and call it off a day.
Unlike normal days, we’ll get up early in the morning today to catch the glorious sunrise view over Machhapuchare. After watching the beautiful hues in the sky, we’ll take a walk of Phewa Lake, which looks magnificent with the beautiful landscapes and shimmering mountains. After enjoying the scenic view, we’ll take a short break from the tour and have our breakfast at a nearby hotel. Pokhara has a considerable number of tourist attractions, including Tal Barahi, Davis Falls, Mahendra Cave, and World Peace Stupa. Thrill-seekers will enjoy the city even more as there are countless activities to do. It’s not short of cultural and historical places either. Bindhyabasini, Bhadrakali Temple, and Bhimsen Temple are some of the frequently visited religious shrines in Pokhara. You can keep yourself busy visiting these places or enjoying nature until dusk—overnight in a Pokhara hotel.
On our eighth day of the Nepal Panorama Tour, we’ll go on to visit Nagarkot, one of the scenic villages in the country. With hilltop villages, pretty towns, and breathtaking views, it’s hard to beat a place like Nagarkot. The village is close to Kathmandu Valley, thus attracting a lot of visitors. For us, it takes about an hour of drive to reach Nagarkot. Upon arrival, you can watch the shimmering snow peaks and go for a walk. Nagarkot has plenty of short hiking trails, which you can walk on any day. If you want, you can explore the town on foot and meet the locals to learn about their culture, traditions, and history. They’ll never disappoint you and instead, give a warm welcome. Nagarkot provides us with a fabulous view and picture-perfect view of Manaslu, Annapurna, Langtang range, and Jugal. It also offers a scenic view of Kathmandu Valley, which is a treat to watch. To explore most of Nagarkot and its happenings, you have the entire day. In the evening, you’ll come back to the hotel where we arranged the dinner. You can have the meal and later hit the hay.
Following the scenic trip of Nagarkot, you’ll now prepare to leave for Kathmandu. After breakfast, we’ll hop into the jeep and ride along the Araniko Highway. Just an hour of drive and we’ll be looking at the crowded streets and sidewalks of Kathmandu. In a short time, we’ll drop you at the hotel, where you can freshen up and have a rest. During your spare time, you can explore the remaining important places and landmarks of Kathmandu. While in the city, you go on a free wandering and do some shopping. You can get souvenirs from the local shops or visit workshops and art galleries. There are many places in Kathmandu that organize music events and shows for visitors. So if you’re enthusiastic about music, you can always visit one of these places—overnight in Kathmandu’s hotel.
At long last, you’ll prepare for departure from Nepal on the tenth day of the Nepal Panorama Tour. Our team will pick you up from the hotel and transfer you to the airport on time. They will bid you last goodbye at the airport and leave once you’ve checked in.

What is the best time for Nepal Panorama Tour?

The climate in Nepal is heavily influenced by the elevation as well as the location of interest. It varies drastically from the cold, high-altitude climate in the mountains to subtropical in lowlands. While the best and mildest temperature occurs in September, October, November, March, April and May. Winter usually offers the most scenic views, especially in the higher elevations.

Upper Himalayas witness heavy snowfall in winter, which makes the surroundings look spectacular. However, the harsh climatic conditions can be intense for some visitors. So if you’re planning to visit the country in winter, make the required preparations.

Autumn Season

Autumn is generally considered to be the perfect time to visit Nepal, given its warm and pleasant weather. Visitors will experience milder days and cold nights at this time of the year. It has a cooling temperature with low humidity, which is perfect for enjoying outdoor events.

The temperature starts to drop from early September, but it’s only after November the weather becomes frosty. Fall brings a great atmosphere all across the country. Some of the main festivals and events like Dashain occur right in this season. If you’re looking for green terrains and fall foliage, then this is the right time to visit the country.

Spring Season

Another ideal time to visit Nepal is Spring as it too has warm weather with cold mornings. The weather may be cold at the beginning of the season, but as time goes by, days start getting warmer. After winter, the temperature slowly rises and reaches to peak by the end of May.

The maximum temperature of places like Chitwan is up to 36 Degree Celsius, which gives a summer feel. Days are long and sunny in spring, so travelers can buy more time to explore new places. Flowers burst into full bloom at parks and forests, providing a scenic view.

Summer & Monsoon Season

Summers are dry and hot at the lower elevations in the valley, but the weather is still cold in the mountains. At higher elevations, the average high temperature can range from 0 to 7 Degree Celsius. But in the lowland, the temperature can rise up to 37 Degree Celsius, making the trip a bit challenging.

Due to increasing temperature, traveling in the lowland might be difficult for travelers. But, then again, Summer weather favors visitors traveling to the highlands. Its mild weather is a persuasive draw for visitors coming to explore places like Nagarkot and Pokhara.

The season is ideal for visiting the country if you want to avoid crowds. Due to the low number of tourists, you can easily travel to these places without any annoyance and interruption. Summer also makes a great time for recreation activities, such as hiking, climbing, or mountain biking.

Why take a Nepal Panorama Tour?

It’s no doubt that Nepal is a paradise for visitors. Let it be for its natural beauty or deep culture; Nepal doesn’t lag on any of it. It always has something under its sleeves to offer the visitors, whether they are adventure seekers, nature lovers, or archivists.

Kathmandu alone has seven world heritage sites to visit, including Patan Durbar Square, Swyambhunath, and Changu Narayan Temple. Just 27.2 km away from the city is Nagarkot., which offers a marvelous view to the visitors.

Nepal Panorama will allow you to explore the stunning village and even relish the sunrise view. It also gives the visitor a tour of the Buddhist pilgrimage and takes them on a jungle safari of Chitwan National Park.

To add the unbeatable experience, the Nepal Panorama tour also offers a safe and comfortable trip. We’ll make your stay convenient and relaxing by providing a personalized tour along with a pre-arranged private transfer.

In addition, we’ll arrange the entry permit to the national park and even the place you can stay at. We’ll take care of your accommodation and food throughout your stay in Nepal. You’ll be provided three meals a day, consisting of breakfast, lunch, and dinner.

You’ll get to taste a lot of traditional Nepalese dishes on this tour. Nepalese foods are warm, comforting, and hearty, so we believe you’ll enjoy them. But, if you don’t want to have it, we can also offer you Western and Asian cuisines. Apart from the food, you’ll also receive warm hospitality from the locals. They treat the guest as a god, which will make you stay at any place comfortable and relaxing.

Nepal Panorama Tour comes with a pre-planned itinerary that will enable you to make the preparation beforehand and avoid the fuss. With the tour package, you also gain access to the exclusive experience and adventurous journey.

It will offer you great service throughout the whole time. You’ll have an amazing time exploring new and wonderful places with impressive sightseeing. Traveling to places like Pokhara and Nagarkot will be even more fun as you get to watch the mesmerizing view.

The city of the lake will amaze you with the magnificent glimpses of Machhapuchhre and Annapurna ranges. You can also watch the diverse landscapes, vibrant valleys, and tranquil lakes in the city. Unlike Pokhara, Kathmandu will let you visit the historical sites and religious shrines, including Pashupatinath Temple.

Things to be considered while visiting Nepal

Nepal Panorama Tour is indeed fun, but it can also be hectic, especially the planning. Hence, you’ll have to be more conscious and prepare for the trip wisely. Firstly, you’ll have to look into things like flight, budget, weather, and other essential things.

If you want to go a rather easy way, then book the tour package with a travel agency. They’ll make all the arrangements and even take care of the littlest things like permit fees, tour guide, and transportation.

Those who’ll travel alone will have to organize all the required essentials by themselves. Whether or not you take the help of a professional tour operator, there are a few things you will have to take care of yourself.

You’ll have to be extra careful of your personal belongings and luggage. You also don’t want to lose your travel cards, passport, and other gear so keep it safely. Having travel insurance will prevent you from financial losses. It’ll cover your emergency medical expenses, trip cancellations, and lost luggage.

You have a lot of options when it comes to finding lodging in Nepal. So, depending on your needs and budget, you can find hotels and lodges. Either way, make sure that you pre-book the room as it’ll save you both time and cost. You can even get the rooms at a lower price or some kind of discount during the off-season.

Although it’s not required for this tour, exchanging foreign currencies can be of great help, especially while traveling to remote areas. I am sure you know it by now but bring some extra batteries, chargers, and journals.

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