Pokhara Chitwan Tour is considered to be one of the most beautiful cities in the world. It is nature’s hidden paradise that possesses nature’s gift of acute beauty and peace. There is a lot of Buddhism influence seen in the temples and in ancient architecture. With the majestic view of Annapurna, range Pokhara endows the perfect backdrop and tranquillity of lakes. All this make Pokhara the finest destination for a wonderful tour. From Tal Barahi Temple, a 2-story pagoda, which lies on an island in the lake to the eastern shore, the Lakeside district has some good yoga centres and restaurants. Pokhara is the city of Phewa Lake situated at the centre of Nepal. As it is known as a gateway to the Annapurna Circuit, you may find amazing Pokhara tour packages for your next adventure or a perfect Himalaya trail.
Chitwan Tour is one of the best nature experiences in Nepal. Chitwan Tour itinerary takes you into the wilderness of nature and a wonderful Tharu village tour. Chitwan National Park lies in the lowland region of Nepal. There is a tourist’s bus service every day and also, tourists can drive by private transport and fly from Kathmandu. Mainly, people do two nights and three days jungle safari tours is done by many tourists but if people have more time, they can extend one extra day for the jeep safari. The national park covers 932 Sq. Km. It is a homeland of Royal Bengal Tigers and one-horned rhino, along with elephants, deer, crocodiles, snakes and bird species. There are various things to do during your Chitwan wildlife safari trip. Elephant back safari, bird watching, canoe riding and photography, jeep safari, Elephant bathing, visit the Elephant breeding centre, Tharu cultural program and an exclusive Tharu village tour. Chitwan Tour includes meals and accommodation at a reasonable trip cost.
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