Door 2 Tour

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Monday - Friday 9am to 5pm

Nepal - The Rooftop Of The World

  • Duration: 11 days
  • Board Basis: Mixed Board
  • Tour Ref: D2TTRALNEPAL

Holiday Summary

  • Travel Type: Air
  • Excursions: 4

​Journey into the unknown on a remarkable round trip from Kathmandu as you discover the culture and traditions of this mysterious land. Rich in Buddhist symbolism, admire the Boudhanath Stupa, one of the largest in the world, and take a rickshaw ride around Thamel, Nepal's vibrant tourist district. Explore Patan, a city of ornate temples, then head to Chitwan, where its national park shelters a wonderful variety of wildlife, from crocodiles to rhinos. Enjoy spectacular views of the Himalayas, learn to cook Nepali specialities, visit a refugee camp and learn about monastic life and the importance of symbols in this incredible country like no other.

​Journey into the unknown on a remarkable adventure as you uncover the fascinating culture and traditions of this mysterious land.

PRICE FROM ? £1854 per person
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What's Included

  • Return flights from Heathrow with Etihad Airways and internal flights
  • 8 nights half board in 4-star hotels and 2 nights in flight
  • 20 meals: 8 breakfasts, 4 lunches, 8 dinners
  • Travelsphere Tour Manager and Local Guide
  • Overseas transfers and other transportation
  • Porterage
      Cookery class with dinner included
      Boudhanath, Kathmandu City and the district of Thamel

      Patan's temples and the 'living museum' of Khokana

      Canoe through the jungles of Chitwan

      Explore Chitwan National Park

      View the Himalayas from Naudanda village

      Bhaktapur and the Palace of 55 Windows

      Nepalese dinner and cultural show


Not Included


  • Day 1 UK/Kathmandu
  • ​Today you'll fly to Kathmandu via Abu Dhabi.
  • Day 2 Kathmandu
  • ​On arrival in Kathmandu we'll transfer you to your hotel, your base for the next three nights.​
  • Day 3 Kathmandu
  • You'll head to Boudhanath today to see one of the largest Buddhist stupas in the world. A UNESCO World Heritage Site, the stupa here dominates the skyline and is truly remarkable. 

    Next we're going to head to the bustling tourist district of Thamel. Experience a fun rickshaw ride as you explore its narrow streets, where shops sell everything from pastries to handicrafts.​

  • Day 4 Kathmandu
  • A day of discovery takes you to Patan, a city boasting dozens of Buddhist and Hindu temples and more than 1,200 monuments.

    After a tour, we'll have lunch together before we visit Khokhana, a living museum that offers a glimpse of medieval life. There's time to explore this UNESCO-listed site and admire the three-storey temple here.

    This evening you are invited to take part in a Nepalese cookery class.​

  • Day 5 Chitwan
  • ​We move on to Chitwan today, where a thrilling highlight will be a canoe ride through the jungle, if weather conditions are in our favour. As you go look out for birds and fish, and if you're really lucky you might even spot a crocodile or a tiger on the shore.​
  • Day 6 Chitwan
  • You've an exciting day out to look forward to today as we head into Chitwan National Park. Located in the foothills of the Churia mountain range, it is famed for its variety of wildlife. Notable inhabitants include the great Indian one-horned rhinoceros and the royal Bengal tiger, so keep your fingers crossed for sightings.

    We're going to revisit the park this evening, so once again keep your eyes peeled for all kinds of creatures, from monkeys and sloth bear to deer.

  • Day 7 Pokhara
  • We arrive in the Pokhara Valley today, a picturesque area which boasts snow-covered peaks, lakes and rivers. Located virtually in the centre of Nepal, it's also perfectly placed for fantastic close-up views of the Himalayas.

    A free afternoon gives you a great opportunity to soak up your incredible surroundings.

  • Day 8 Pokhara
  • Today we head to Naudanda, to take in spectacular views over the Annapurna Mountains, a section of the Himalayas. We’ll also have lunch at a boutique hotel. Later why not join our fascinating optional excursion to experience life in a Tibetan refugee camp. This will include a monastery visit, where you’ll take part in a prayer ritual. Our evening rounds off with the chance to eat a simple meal of Tibetan specialities with a local family.
  • Day 9 Kathmandu
  • ​We're going to fly back to Kathmandu today, and on arrival we'll discover Bhadgaon, also known as Bhaktapur, meaning 'city of devotees'. It is home to many temples and other architectural gems such as the palace of 55 windows built by King Bupatindra Malla, and the Nyatapola Temple. This is the highest temple in Nepal, standing on five terraces. This afternoon you also have the chance to join an optional pottery making session.
  • Day 10 Kathmandu/UK
  • You’ve the chance to see more of Kathmandu during a morning at leisure. Later we'll transfer you to the airport for your overnight flight back to the UK via Abu Dhabi.
  • Day 11 UK
  • ​You will arrive back in the UK today​.
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    • Hotel Himalaya
    • The 4-star Hotel Himalaya is situated in Kathmandu, boasting a 180 degree panoramic view of the Himalayas.

      Hotel facilities include a restaurant, bar, tennis court and a swimming pool. Bedrooms have private facilities, air-conditioning, hairdryer, safe, TV, minibar and tea/coffee-making facilities.
    • Jungle Villa Resort
    • You will stay at the Jungle Villa Resort close to the Chitwan National Park Headquarters and situated by the bank of the Rapti River.

      Hotel amenities include a restaurant. Bedrooms have private facilities.
    • Tigerland Safari Resort
    • Waterfront Resort Hotel
    • The Waterfront Resort overlooking the Phewa Lake has incredible lake view from each of its 58 deluxe rooms. Each room with a lake-view balcony is the perfect place to relax and unwind. It provides high-speed Internet access, delightful dining options and an outdoor swimming pool alongside with business and event facilities to handle conferences, meeting and cocktail celebrations. The hotel is only a 10-minute ride from the airport, and just 15-minute walk from the busy tourist hub or 5 minutes taxi ride. There is also free shuttle service into Lakeside provided by hotel at intervals throughout the day.
    • Hotel Himalaya
    • The 4-star Hotel Himalaya is situated in Kathmandu, boasting a 180 degree panoramic view of the Himalayas.

      Hotel facilities include a restaurant, bar, tennis court and a swimming pool. Bedrooms have private facilities, air-conditioning, hairdryer, safe, TV, minibar and tea/coffee-making facilities.
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Optional Excursions

​Pottery-making workshop​
Visit a monastery, including a meeting with a monk, before having tea with a Tibetan family

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Further Information

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