Peak 2 Peak (Nepal)
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Stunning Landscapes and Mountain Villages steeped in culture. Scroll our Peak 2 Peak Tour and see what's included!
On arrival in Nepal, you will be collected from the airport by Travelteer Staff and driven to the Kathmandu Hostel. Here you will have the chance to relax before the Travelteer staff conduct a full induction and tour briefing in the evening!
An early start the next day will see you exploring the many cultural wonders of Kathmandu including the Budhnath Stupa (one of the biggest Buddhist shrines in the world), Monkey Temple and Patan Dubare square. Observing Buddist Monks in prayer is a real experience!
The Rapti River
On the third morning of our Peak 2 Peak Tour, we will drive you through stunning landscapes to reach Chitwan National Park. After being given some more information about Chitwan, you will canoe down the Rapti River, taking in the sights and sounds of rare wildlife before watching an evening of cultural dance.
Our fourth day includes further exploration of magical Chitwan! Our jeep safari will take you in search of rare and beautiful wildlife including Tigers, Rhinoceros and other endangered species - expert local guides included!
After breakfast on day five of our tour, local experts will take the you on a guided jungle walk - an incredible way to take in the surroundings with minimal disturbance. In the afternoon we will jump back in our transport and head for the region of Pokhara!
TREKKING THE FOOTHILLS
Our first hike on day six is the perfect introduction to mountain trekking - we ease you into it with a trek between Astham and Kade, meandering between hillsides and over open plateau.
ENTER THE HIMALAYAS
Day seven is our big trekking day, entering the Himalayas and seeing all of the main peaks in the area including Dhaulagiri (8167m), Nilgiri (7041m), Annapurna I (98091m) and many more! This experience is truly breathtaking and has to be seen to be believed!
For the last day of our tour we will visit the beautiful sights of Pokhara, including THe World Peace Stupa and Pokhara Lake itself.