Nepal Tour Package

Duration- 5 Nights/6 Days

Cost- 18,000 BDT


Nepal is the land of heavenly beauty which is why the Nepal Tour Package is most popular among travelers. Nepal is small (147, but a wonderful landlocked country defined by its natural beauties, scenery places, friendly people and different cultures, and many more. It is also known worldwide as the roof of the world because of the world’s highest peak, Mt. Everest (Sagarmatha) located here glowing its glory and pride.

Kathmandu valley: –

It is an oval (bowl) shaped valley, the capital city of Nepal, surrounded by hilly ranges. It is a mixture of three districts: Kathmandu, Lalitpur, and Bhaktapur having historical places, art, and cultures.

Nagarkot: –

It is a place located northeast side of Kathmandu. It is the most popular hill station (2195m above sea level) near Kathmandu because of its incredible views of Sunrise, Sunset, and closer exploring sight of mountain ranges.

Pokhara: –

It is a place located west of Kathmandu. It is the most popular destination for tourists also as a Tourist capital of the surrounding natural countryside and tranquil atmosphere in  Nepal. It is famous for natural scenery like a Sunrise, lakes, caves, waterfalls, river gorges, and Himalayan ranges. Also, boating, rafting, paragliding, and many more.

Cost Includes For Nepal Tour Package

  • Pickups & drops, from & to hotels and airports.
  • 2 nights Kathmandu
  • 2 nights Pokhara
  • 1-night Nagarkot
  • Transportation in a comfortable private ac car.
  • All government and local taxes.
  • All sightseeing as per itinerary

Cost Excludes For Nepal Tour Package

  • Nepal visa fee.
  • Airfare for international flights.
  • Extra night accommodation.
  • Entry fees.
  • Cable car fee.
  • Personal expenses.
  • Travel insurance.


  1. Spend some time in the Himalayas; it will be time well spent.
  2.  Observe the tradition, culture, and history of Nepal.
  3.  Watch centuries of year-sold palaces and temples.
  4.  Take pleasure in the rural lifestyles of the people that live there.
  5.  Sunrise and Sunset view from Nagarkot & Pokhara.
  6.  Nightlife in Kathmandu& Pokhara City.

SHORT ITINERARY For Nepal Tour Package

Ø Day 01: Arrival in Kathmandu and travel to Nagarkot

Ø Day 02: Breakfast and travel to Pokhara.

Ø Day 03: Sarankot Sunrise view and Sightseeing in Pokhara.

Ø Day 04: Breakfast and travel to Kathmandu.

Ø Day 05: Sightseeing in Kathmandu

Ø Day 06: Breakfast and departure to destination country

Accommodation Hotel: 3 Star

  • Kathmandu – Hotel Thamel Park or Similar
  • Pokhara – Hotel Iceland or Similar
  • Nagarkot – Niva Niwa lodge or Similar

Package Cost: 158 Dollar/ Per Person 


The accommodation hotels are 3-star, in case of higher or lower category hotels/resorts please mention.

  • If there will be a group with fewer people, then please submit a query mentioning the number of people.
  • Please don’t hesitate to get in touch with us if there are any alterations that need to be made to the schedule.
  • If you have something or a place to be added or deduct from the itinerary, please submit the information


Day 01: Arrival in Kathmandu and travel directly to Nagarkot

On your arrival in Kathmandu, staff from AV (Aura Vacation) will receive you at Tribhuvan International Airport (TIA) holding your nameplate with a warm welcome and greetings. From there you will be directly taken to Nagarkot and will be accommodated designated Hotel. Before/after reaching the Hotel, we will be going to the hill for a beautiful sunset view.

Day 02: Sunrise view, Breakfast, and Travel to Pokhara: Early in the morning you will view an incredible sunrise view and Himalayan ranges view from the hotel. You will be treated to a breakfast buffet at the hotel, and then you will go immediately in the direction of Pokhara city. Mid-way, we can have lunch, you will be going to Pokhara city and you can roam around in your leisure time.

Day 03: Sarankot Sunrise view and Sightseeing in Pokhara: In the morning we will head to Sarankot and view the incredible Sunrise view and Himalayan range view and have a buffet breakfast back at the hotel. After this refreshing trip, we will be roaming around Pokhara viewing the following heritage sites: Davis Fall, Gupteswor  Mahadev Cave, Seti River George, and Phewa Lake where will be doing short boating as well.  After this visit, we will return back to the hotel. You will be free to roam around or you may take a rest.

Day 04: Breakfast and travel to Kathmandu. On the last day at Pokhara, we will have breakfast in the hotel and head towards Kathmandu. On the way, we will be enjoying the ride on a Cable car at the place called ‘Kurintar’. 

Note: Cable car ride fee is not included in the package.

The place we reach at a distance of 2.8 km on a cable car is called ‘Manakamana’ hill at a height of 4272ft. When we have finished our hike and returned to Kurintar, we will have a lovely lunch before continuing on to Kathmandu.

Day 05: Sightseeing in Kathmandu: – In the morning we will have a buffet breakfast at the hotel. After breakfast, we will start our Kathmandu sightseeing.

Sightseeing Places of Kathmandu


The popular tourist destination is known as Monkey Temple. From the height of the temple location, you can view the whole Kathmandu valley

Kathmandu Durbar Square: An historical heritage site of the Kathmandu district where you will observe more than 500 years old Nepalese art and culture.

Day 06: Breakfast and departure to destination country: 

On this day, you will be served breakfast at the hotel and transport to Airport before departure time. In the remaining time, you may roam around and buy souvenirs. 


  • The confirmation of a tour package is always contingent on the subjects’ availability at the time of booking.
  • The embassy retains the right to request any document in addition to those listed above at its sole discretion.
  • The time it takes to process visas, the standards that must be met, and the costs that must be paid are all subject to change by the Embassy at any moment without prior notice.
  • Child prices only apply. 

Terms & Conditions

  • You must be fully vaccinated (two doses) with Pfizer Biotech/Oxford AstraZeneca/Moderna. If you’re fully vaccinated with Sinopharm or Sinovac vaccinations, must get a booster.
  • The package itinerary can be changed. You will be informed if any changes are made.
  • Similar services or facilities will be offered if certain services or facilities are unavailable. Moreover, package rates may vary based on services or facilities.
  • No refunds are offered for any booked packages. Buy Air Ticket Ltd. retains the right to modify or cancel trip packages without prior notice.
  • Buy Air Ticket Ltd. reserves the right to charge an additional fee for any service included or for any unanticipated fees imposed by the government.
  • If you can’t check in on the specified booking day due to airline schedule changes or other unanticipated causes, the hotel won’t modify your booking or refund your money.
  • If the airline cancels a flight and you have to stay at the hotel for extra days, you must pay extra.

Contact For Nepal Tour Package

For Tour Packages & Other Travel Services

Mobile: 01322666447 Phone: 09678 742 742
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Address: House# 518, 

(Adjacent to BEL Tower-BEXIMCO) 

Flat 4/A, Road# 01, Dhanmondi R/A, Dhaka-1205


When’s the best time to visit Nepal?

If you want to go hiking, the best times to go are in the spring (March to May) and the fall (September to November), when the weather is cooler and the sky is more likely to be clear. Bear in mind that this is also the busiest time of the year on the trails (although there are ways to avoid crowds). The winter months (December through February) and the summer months (June through August) are also wonderful times to visit; despite the fact that the weather during these months can be unpredictable, visitors will have a more authentic experience as well as fewer tourists. Winter is the greatest time to travel to Chitwan, which is located in the southern jungle region of Nepal. At this time of year, the weather is mild and the undergrowth is less dense, which makes it easier to see wild animals.

What’s it like during the monsoon season?

The majority of Nepal is subjected to several hours of moderate to heavy rainfall every day during the monsoon season, which runs from June until August. The atmosphere is saturated with moisture, and it is highly likely that the trails in the lower regions (such as Ghorepani, Ghandruk, and Langtang, amongst others) will be very muddy. In spite of this, if you don’t mind walking in the rain, it is still a good time to go hiking because you will have the trails all to yourself, the sky usually clears up in the morning, and certain hikes offer stone-paved routes that drain the rain and make it easy to walk. In addition, as a result of their location in the rainshadow cast by the Himalayas, certain regions, such as the Mustang and the upper slopes of Everest, receive an extremely low amount of precipitation.

What’s the difference between private and group trips?

Private excursions are pre-planned itineraries that are constructed around your travel dates and specific interests, in contrast to group trips, which are pre-packaged itineraries that depart on predetermined dates and are offered by the majority of tour companies. Private excursions can be arranged by calling a tour company directly or by visiting their website. When you go on a group excursion, other people are welcome to join you, but when you go on a private excursion, you have the whole thing to yourself. Our business, kimkim, focuses on the organization of private excursions because we believe that these kinds of journeys provide our customers with a more meaningful and rewarding experience overall.

How do I get my visa for Nepal?

In Kathmandu, it is possible to obtain a visa upon arrival for the majority of nationalities. The process takes around half an hour and is the most time- and the hassle-efficient way to obtain a visa. If you want to make sure that everything is taken care of well in advance, you can also submit an application for a visa to a Nepalese consulate that is located in your nation.

How much checked baggage am I allowed to bring on board a domestic flight?

On mountain flights, you are permitted to have carry-on luggage weighing a maximum of 5 kg and checked luggage weighing a maximum of 10 kg. The check-in allowance rises to 20-25 kg for flights that do not pass through mountainous regions. (Deeper insight into this topic)

How many days should I spend in Nepal?

If you are primarily interested in experiencing the cultural and natural features of Nepal, you can have a wonderful experience in Nepal in five to seven days, during which time you will be able to visit two regions (likely, Pokhara and Kathmandu). On a multi-day hike into the Himalayas, you will need at least ten days to ensure that you have the time to reach higher altitudes and acclimate in a manner that is safe. 14–20 days is the perfect amount of time to spend in Nepal if you plan on undertaking one of the longer, more iconic treks in the country or combining a number of different locations and activities into a single trip. Check out our article for more information on how long you should stay in Nepal.

Are there any hotel discounts available for your trip?

Our experts plan comprehensive tours, which means that everything, from the minute you arrive in Nepal until the moment you leave, is taken care of, including all of your lodgings. This service is provided from the moment you arrive in Nepal to the moment you leave. It is recommended that you let the specialist manage your accommodations because doing so will save you time and they will know the best locations to stay depending on your preferences about your style, budget, and desired neighborhood; all you need to do is communicate your preferences to them. Having said that, you can also organize your own hotels, in which case you should inform your professional that you are doing so on your own.

Are there any other costs that are not included in the cost of my trip?

Your trip fee does not include any personal charges, such as tips, soft drinks, bar tabs, laundry, telephone calls, contributions, additional snacks, etc. When you go trekking, the only things you’ll have to pay for out of pocket are things like extra meals, alcoholic beverages, and soft drinks in addition to what’s already included in the package. WiFi and battery charging are included when they’re accessible.




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