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Mountain Safari

Kathmandu, Lhasa and Dulikhel

Mountain Safari

$4000 per person
10 Nights
12+ Age

Nepal and Tibet have it all Buddhist monks, ancient monasteries, spectacular mountain passes and the mighty Mount Everest. This tour will provide you the footprints of ancient Nepalese Buddhist masters and scholars who trekked over Himalaya Mountains to spread Buddhism and other knowledge, to find out the hidden connection between these two greatest lands on Himalaya, also to enjoy the fantastic landscape that you can only see on the mysterious Roof of the World. There are also several other reasons for you to take a trip from Nepal to Tibet.

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Dwarika’s Hotel Kathmandu

4 nights

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The St Regis Lhasa Resort Lhasa

4 nights

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Dwarika’s Resort Dulikhel

2 nights

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    DELHI
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Tour Plan

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DAY 1 : KATHMANDU
Upon arrival at Kathmandu International airport, you will be met by our welcome ambassador and escorted to your hotel where you will be assisted with Check-in. Kathmandu is known as Kantipur, the kingdom of Nepal. Here you will visit the temple of the living Goddess, who acknowledges the greetings of her devotees from balcony of her temple residence, Kathmandap-the source of the name Kathmandu. It was allegedly made from the Early morning boat rides on the river Ganges and sees the sunrise. The boat ride passes along some of the 100 ghats, with numerous palaces built by Hindu kings. Experience the early morning rituals of the Hindus being performed on the ghats. Thousands of people take a bath believing they will be free from the circle of rebirth. It is interesting to see the pilgrims offering sweets, flowers and holy water to the Sun God. Overnight Stay.
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DAY 2 : KATHMANDU
After breakfast visit to Pashupati Nath Temple and Boudhanath Stupa.  Pashupatinath - Lying 6 Km from central Kathmandu, Pashupatinath temple is one of the holiest Hindu temples dedicated to Lord Shiva. Situated amidst a lush green natural setting on the bank of the sacred Bagmati river, the temple, which was built in pagoda style, has a gilded roof and beautifully carved silver doors. Visitors will be permitted to view the temple from the east bank of the Bagmati river, as entrance into the temple is strictly forbidden to all non-Hindus. Pashupatinath is the centre of an annual pilgrimage on the day Shivaratri, which falls in February or March. Behind the temples are the cremation grounds. Boudhanath - This stupa is situated 11 Km. from the center of Kathmandu, is one of the biggest in the world of its kind. It stands with four pairs of eyes in the four cardinal directions, keeping a lookout for righteous behavior and human prosperity. This Buddhist stupa was built by King Man Deva at the advice of the Goddess Mani Jogini. It is built on an octagonal base and is contains inset prayer wheels. The shrine is surrounded by the homes of Lamas, or Buddhist priests. In the afternoon, visit Bhaktapur, one of the three principalities of medieval Kathmandu and the cultural city of Nepal. Bhaktapur, was once the capital of Nepal from the 9th to the 14th centuries as well as being the youngest city in the valley. Bhaktapur has managed to preserve its ancient medieval look and originality. See the “Golden Gate” of the “Palace of 55 Windows” the Royal Bath, Taleju Temple, Datratra Square and Pottery Square. Optional activity: Relax at Dwarika's by the pool or treat yourself to a massage at the Himalayan Spa. Overnight Stay.
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DAY 3 : KATHMANDU
After breakfast, day free at leisure. However, you may choose to experience the optional activities mentioned below. Optional activities: Hike to Namo Buddha Stupa along with visit to Panauti (Full Day) Walk to Devistan, a small temple and excellent spot from which to view the Himalaya (subject to weather). After a short descent, a gradual climb of about 90 mins brings you to Phulbari where the panoramic mountain views are excellent. Then it’s a ten minute walk to the legendary Namobuddha Stupa, a popular legend relates that the Lord Buddha in his previous incarnation had offered his own flesh to save a starving tigress and her cubs from the imminent death. After exploring the area a walk of about 2 1/2 hours takes you down to the charming medieval village of Panauti, a treasure house of ancient Newari architecture. Total Time: 5-6 hours Mountain flight: A popular activity from Kathmandu is to take an early morning scenic mountain flight along the spine of the Himalaya for close-up views of Mt Everest and other peaks from a distance of just five nautical miles. Walking tour of Thamel has been a top hotspot for tourist in Nepal since the 1960s. It is the tourist district of Nepal, located at the center of capital city Kathmandu. For every step you make there is a shop offering varieties of items from  handicrafts and singing bowl to sleeping bags and pashmina outfits. In fact tor shoppers who are waiting to discover and be enthralled, there is no better destination than Thamel. Romantic dinner at Kaiser Café in Gardens of Dreams The Garden of Dreams, a neo classical historical garden, is situated in the midst of Kathmandu city, Nepal. The Garden was famous as the garden of Six Seasons which was created by late Field Marshal Kaiser Sumsher Rana (1892-1964) in early 1920. Overnight Stay.
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DAY 4 : KATHMANDU
After breakfast, day free at leisure. However, you may choose to experience the optional activities mentioned below. Optional activities: Hike to Namo Buddha Stupa along with visit to Panauti (Full Day) Walk to Devistan, a small temple and excellent spot from which to view the Himalaya (subject to weather). After a short descent, a gradual climb of about 90 mins brings you to Phulbari where the panoramic mountain views are excellent. Then it’s a ten minute walk to the legendary Namobuddha Stupa, a popular legend relates that the Lord Buddha in his previous incarnation had offered his own flesh to save a starving tigress and her cubs from the imminent death. After exploring the area a walk of about 2 1/2 hours takes you down to the charming medieval village of Panauti, a treasure house of ancient Newari architecture. Total Time: 5-6 hours Mountain flight: A popular activity from Kathmandu is to take an early morning scenic mountain flight along the spine of the Himalaya for close-up views of Mt Everest and other peaks from a distance of just five nautical miles. Walking tour of Thamel has been a top hotspot for tourist in Nepal since the 1960s. It is the tourist district of Nepal, located at the center of capital city Kathmandu. For every step you make there is a shop offering varieties of items from  handicrafts and singing bowl to sleeping bags and pashmina outfits. In fact tor shoppers who are waiting to discover and be enthralled, there is no better destination than Thamel. Romantic dinner at Kaiser Café in Gardens of Dreams The Garden of Dreams, a neo classical historical garden, is situated in the midst of Kathmandu city, Nepal. The Garden was famous as the garden of Six Seasons which was created by late Field Marshal Kaiser Sumsher Rana (1892-1964) in early 1920. Overnight Stay.
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DAY 5 : LHASA
After breakfast, check out from hotel and assisted transfer to Kathmandu airport to connect flight for Lhasa. On arrival at airport assistedtransfer to hotel and you will be welcomed by traditional Hada Welcome. Hada is a piece of traditional ceremonial scarf used in Tibet. Presenting hada is the most common etiquette among the Tibetan people to show purity, honesty, sincerity and respect to others. Lhasa, the capital of Tibet Autonomous Region, is a unique and spiritual city on a snow plateau. Lhasa is also known as "the City of Sunlight" for it enjoys much more sunshine than most places in the world. As the holy land of Tibetan Buddhism, Lhasa boasts numerous well-preserved Buddhist constructions, most of which are mysterious palaces and monasteries. Overnight Stay.
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DAY 6 : LHASA
After breakfast, enjoy sightseeing of Lhasa and visit the following sites: Norbulingka: Norbulingka is Tibet's Summer Palace and it means "Jeweled Park" in the Tibetan language. It is the largest man-made garden in Tibet. The garden covers an area of 46 acres (19 hectares) and the palace has 374 rooms of different sizes. In the garden, visitors can worship Buddha, relax, and study the Tibetan-style palaces. Potala Palace: This amazing palace has the honor of being the highest ancient palace in the world, with its highest point reaching 3,750 meters (12,300 feet) above sea level, towering 100 meters (300 feet) above the city of Lhasa.  It was built as the center of Tibetan government by the fifth Dalai Lama in 1645. Jokhang Temple: Jokhang means 'House of Buddha'. Located in the center of old Lhasa city, Jokhang Monastery is the prime seat of the Gelugpa (Yellow) Branch of Tibetan Buddhism. It was originally built in 647 AD. Monk Debate in Sera Monastery: Sera Monastery is one of the big monasteries in Lhasa, and is the last Buddhist monastery to be built. There are many Buddha statues and beautiful murals in the halls. Sera Monastery has been listed as one of China's National Cultural Relics since 1982. Overnight Stay.
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DAY 7 : LHASA
The day is free to explore Barkhor Street. It is a historical and religious street surrounding Jokhang Temple and located in the downtown area of Lhasa. Barkhor Street is the most important and popular devotional kora (circuit), actually a pilgrim circumambulation. Optional activities: Gaze at the Beauty of Lake Yamdrok: Yamdrok Lake will take your breath away with its stunning scenery. On clear days it is a fabulous shade of deep turquoise. On the lake side, there are Tibetan villages and fields of yaks. Butter Tea Experience with locals: Drinking butter tea is a regular part of Tibetan life. Before work, a Tibetan will typically down several bowlfuls of this beverage, and it is always served to guests. Overnight Stay.
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DAY 8 : LHASA
After breakfast, enjoy day excursion to Namtso Lake Namtso Lake is one of the most beautiful nature views in Tibet. It looks like a slice of mirror which reflects the pure snow mountains and blue sky and forms breathtaking inverted images in the water. Ranked as one of two holy lakes in Tibet, Namtso Lake is also a popular place for pilgrimage and meditation. The great pilgrimage, Namtso Outer Kora takes place in April every 12 years according to the Tibetan Lunar Calendar. Overnight Stay.
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DAY 9 : DULIKHEL
After breakfast and check out from hotel, you will be escorted to Lhasa airport to connect your flight for Kathmandu. On arrival at Kathmandu airport, you will be escorted to Dhulikhel.  Where the rest of the day is at leisure. Optional activities:  You can enjoy Himalayan oil massage at hotel Spa. Overnight Stay.
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DAY 10 : DULIKHEL
Discover the color and culture of this vibrant place as you wander past old men smoking pipes, women hand spinning wool, traditional wood carving workshops and hidden gardens through ancient archways. Discover ancient houses with sagging wooden frame works, intricate carvings, hidden temples and thriving market squares. To the east of the town, past a local art gallery you can find the picnic ground and rest awhile before climbing the "Hazar Sindhi" (one thousand steps) to the Kali Temple, where you can be inspired by the snow capped peaks rearing above the steeply terraced foothills. Optional Activities Yoga: Yoga is both a physical and mental exercise. IHatha Yoga, a gentle form of exercise incorporating the Asanas (postures), Pranayam (breath) and meditation, encourages a deeper awareness of the breath and of the body, leading to improved posture, blood flow and inner balance. Under the guidance of the yoga master, several yoga sessions will take place every day. Begin the morning with Surya Namaskar (Sun Salutation), leaving you feeling light and refreshed for the day ahead, and end with the Chandra Namaskar (Moon Salutation) or Yoga Nindra, to encourage complete relaxation and deep sleep. With scheduled and private sessions available throughout the day, there is something for everyone. Meditation: The great sages of Hindu and Buddhist philosophy originally travelled to the Himalayas to meditate and to find the means of achieving a world without disease and discontent. Practiced in the Himalayas over thousands of years, meditation is a technique that can lead to a state of inner quiet and harmony. Surrounded by the natural elements, you will find at the resort a peaceful setting in which to try the art of meditation. Guided sessions will take place every day, or you can try it for yourself – in the sound chambers, the meditation maze or any other tranquil spot. Hiking and Nature Walks: The surrounding area presents various opportunities for gentle hiking and for exploring the beauty and rural life of the Himalayan foothills. There are a number of trails and forest glades to discover, including a community forest that is home to a rich diversity of plants, including rhododendron, chrysanthemums, orchids and medicinal herbs. Bird and butterfly watching is a rewarding activity, as the resort is home to rare flora and fauna indigenous to the Himalayan region. Overnight stay.
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DAY 11 : END OF ITINERARY
After breakfast, check out from hotel and assisted departure transfer to Kathmandu airport to connect flight for onward journey.
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