6 Days Japan Luxury Tours Tokyo Nikko Mt.Fuji Lake Kawaguchiko Yamanakako Gotemba Hakone

Tour Code: NJ101249-5

Tour Duration: 6 Days 5 Nights.

Tour Themes: Luxury, Classic, UNESCO, Cultural Experience, Culture History, Spring, Onsen

Tour Route: Tokyo - Nikko - Tokyo - Mt.Fuji - Lake Kawaguchiko - Yamanakako - Gotemba - Hakone - Tokyo

6 Days Japan Luxury Tours Tokyo Nikko Mt.Fuji Lake Kawaguchiko Yamanakako Gotemba Hakone

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Day 1 Tokyo

Ameya Yokocho

Odaiba

Ooedo Onsen Monogatari

Day 2 Tokyo

Lake Chuzenji

Kegon Falls

Kinugawa Onsen

Day 3 Tokyo

Mt. Fuji 5th Station

Fuji Chobo no Yu Yurari

Day 4 Lake Kawaguchiko

Gotemba Premium Outlets

Benifuji no Yu

Day 5 Hakone

Lake Ashi Cruise

Mt. Komagatake Ropeway

Day 6 Tokyo

Tokyo Departure

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4 Days Japan Cultural Experience Tours Tokyo

Tour Code: WJ108321-3

Tour Duration: 4 Days 3 Nights.

Tour Themes: Classic, Cherry Blossom, Cultural Experience, Spring, Landscape

Tour Route: Tokyo

4 Days Japan Cultural Experience Tours Tokyo

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Day 1 Tokyo

Tokyo Arrival

Tokyo Free Day

Day 2 Tokyo

Shinjuku Gyoen National Garden

Hama Rikyu Garden

Day 3 Tokyo

Meiji Jingu Shrine

Tsukiji Outer Fish Market

Imperial Palace East Gardens

Day 4 Tokyo

Tokyo Departure

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8 Days Japan UNESCO Tours Tokyo Mt.Fuji Hakone Kyoto Nara Osaka

Tour Code: JJ93044-13

Tour Duration: 8 Days 7 Nights.

Tour Themes: Classic, UNESCO, Spring, Landscape

Tour Route: Tokyo - Mt.Fuji - Hakone - Kyoto - Nara - Osaka

8 Days Japan UNESCO Tours Tokyo Mt.Fuji Hakone Kyoto Nara Osaka

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Day 1 Tokyo

Tokyo Arrival

Tokyo Free Day

Day 2 Tokyo

Meiji Jingu Shrine

Tokyo Tower

Tsukiji Outer Fish Market

Day 3 Tokyo

Lake Ashi Cruise

Hakone Shrine

Mt. Fuji 5th Station

Day 4 Kyoto

Kyoto Free Day

Day 5 Kyoto

Gekkeikan Okura Sake Museum

Fushimi Inari Shrine

Nijo Castle

Day 6 Kyoto

Todaiji Temple

Nara Park

Kasuga Taisha Shrine

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1 Days Japan Spring Tours Fukuoka Dazaifu

Tour Code: NJ108630-2

Tour Duration: 1 Days 0 Nights.

Tour Themes: Classic, Culture History, Spring, Landscape

Tour Route: Fukuoka - Dazaifu - Fukuoka

1 Days Japan Spring Tours Fukuoka Dazaifu

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Day 1 Fukuoka

Fukuoka Castle Ruins

Dazaifu Tenmangu Shrine Approach Road

Dazaifu Tenmangu Shrine

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14 days Tokyo Kamakura Mt Fuji Takayama Hiroshima Kyoto Nara Japan Tour

Tour Code: JP14-0017

Tour Duration: 14 Days 13 Nights.

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Tour Route: Tokyo-Kamakura-Tokyo-Hakone-Mt Fuji-Hida Takayama-Hiroshima-Kyoto-Nara

14 days Tokyo Kamakura Mt Fuji Takayama Hiroshima Kyoto Nara Japan Tour

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14 days Tokyo Kamakura Mt Fuji Takayama Hiroshima Kyoto Nara Japan TourTour Code: JP141 Departure Date: You Choice! Custom Days: ..10,11..14,..18,.... Days Tour Route: Tokyo-Kamakura-Tokyo-Hakone / Mt Fuji-Hida Takayama-Hiroshima-Kyoto-Nara-Kyoto (Could Customize)You can always customize a similar tour based on this itinerary.  Day 1: Arrive in TokyoJapanese Green TeaWelcome to Japan. Upon arrival at Narita International Airport, clear customs with your luggage and exit to the Arrivals Lobby.Activate your 14 Day Japan Rail Pass at the Japan Rail Travel Service Centre (open 6:30am-9:45pm) located in Terminal 1 & 2. From the airport board the JR Narita Limited Express train to Shinagawa Station. (80 min)Your accommodation at the Shinagawa Prince Hotel is a one minute walk west of JR Shinagawa Station. The Shinagawa is the ideal place to stay in Tokyo for its convenient location and access to a wide range of restaurants and shops.Day 2: TokyoImperial Palace, TokyoThis morning you will be collected from the Shinagawa Prince Hotel at 07:50am for your Tokyo Morning Tour. Your tour will disband in the Ginza shopping district at approximately 1:00pm. You will be guided by an English-speaking Japanese local and transported by coach to the following sites:Tokyo Tower - Enjoy a panoramic view of Tokyo from the main observation platform.Meiji Shrine - The finest example of Japanese shrine architecture nestled in a peaceful, picturesque park with over 120,000 trees.Akasaka Guest House - Brief photo opportunity outside the Guest House Gate; entrance is prohibited. A magnificent Western-style palace built in the baroque architectural style.National Diet Building (Drive by) See the imposing Japanese Capital (House of Parliament) dominated by a massive central tower.Imperial Palace East Garden - Enjoy a pleasant walk in the East Garden of the Imperial Palace, of historical interest and scenic beauty. (Mon. & Fri. Visit Imperial Palace Plaza, Double Bridge, instead of East Garden) Visit the inner moat, 15-feet thick walls and gnarled pine trees surrounding the 250-acre fortress, home of the Emperor and Empress).Ginza Shopping District (Drive through) - Stroll at Ginza area.After the completetion of the tour, make your way to the closest JR Yamanote Line train station and board a local train to JR Akihabara Station. To most foreign visitors Akihabara is known as "Electric Town" which is the world's largest electrical equipment town.Return to the JR Yamanote Line train and travel two stops north of Akihabara to Ueno Station and visit the Ameyoko Ueno Market. There are over 500 shops that sell everything from basic foods to high-class imported goods at reasonable prices, and always crowded with local shoppers.In the evening return to JR Shinagawa Station using the Yamanote Line.Day 3: Tokyo - Kamakura - TokyoGreat Buddah, KamakuraVenture out today to Kamakura to enjoy one of Japan's most popular sightseeing locations. This historic seaside city is only a 45 minute journey from JR Shinagawa Station on the JR Yokosuka Line train.As the former capital of Japan (from 1192 to 1333), Kamakura has many renowned Buddhist temples and Shinto shrines and numerous well-preserved historical treasures nestled among a peaceful wooded and rustic setting.Dankazura (2 min. walk from the station) is a 100 metre long pedestrian approach, lined with cherry blossom trees, leading to the colourful Tsurugaoka Hachimangu Shrine. The 850-tonne bronze Great Buddha, and the picturesque Enoshima Island all draw large numbers of visitors to Kamakura throughout the year.Exploring on foot is the best way to enjoy Kamakura.Day 4: Tokyo TokyoToday is a free day for sightseing and shopping.Tokyo has a number of famous theme parks, the most famous are Tokyo Disneyland and Disneyland Sea. For those who are still young a heart, a day to enjoy the rides and shows can be a wonderful experience. The night parade and fireworks come nightfall is worth the wait.Other ideas include taking a day trip to Odaiba - a huge amusement zone where you can enjoy shopping, delicious food, entertainment, and a view of Tokyo Bay simintaniously.From JR Shinagawa Station board a JR Yamanote Line local train three stations north to JR Shimbashi Station. At Shimbashi Station, take Yurikamome Line unmanned monorail across the 918 metre span Rainbow Bridge to Daiba Station (14 min).Odaiba was built on reclaimed land in the Tokyo Bay in the southeast of Tokyo. This ultra-modern island is home to the Fuji TV Studio, Toyota Motor Company Showcase, Palette Town, Giant Ferris wheel, Venus Fort Shopping Complex for ladies modelled on an 18th Century European city, the Museum of Maritime Science, Odaiba Marine Park, and the MegaWeb Sega Game Centre. A visit to the Oedo Onsen Monogatari volcanic hot spring is an excellent way to soak away the stresses of exhilarating travel. Luxuriate in open air, foot, sand and steam baths, tatami rooms and massage salons. The hot water spouts up naturally from 1400 meters below the surface. (JPY 2,700 adult - tatoos must be covered).Later in the day, return to Shimbashi Station and board the Yamanote Line local train to Shinjuku Station the largest and busiest train station in Japan. From the West Exit walk 10 minutes through the high-rise business district to the Tokyo Metropolitan Government Office Building to view the city skyline which is best seen at night. (9:30am-10:30pm / free entry).Day 5: Tokyo - Hakone / Mt FujiLake Ashi, HakoneCheck out of the Shinagwa Prince Hotel and from Shinagawa Station board a Kodama bullet train to JR Odawara Station (30 min).At Odawara Station purchase a 3 Day Hakone Free Pass which entitles the holder to 3 days of unlimited travel on a variety of local transport including the unique mountain railway, bus, cable car, ropeway and cruise boat. Use your pass to gain entry and discounts at the region's many hot springs, museums, galleries, gardens, temples and shrines.From Odawara Station board the Hakone Tozan for Togendai (via Hakone-Yumoto) and get off at Palace Hotel Hakone Mae (50 min). Your hotel has a volcanic outdoor onsen (hot spring) A perfect way to relax after a busy travel schedule.Hakone is Wedged between Mount Fuji and lzu Peninsula, encircled by forested mountains and deep ravines, extraordinary views (weather permitting) of Mount Fuji and the Japan Alps can be seen.Spend the remainder of the day exploring the many sights of this beautiful resort town.Day 6: Hakone / Mt. Fuji Mt FujiUsing your Hakone Free Pass and the provided tourist maps & brochures explore some of the many sites of the Hakone region, including:Lake Ashi: The 400,000 year-old volcanic crater lake that never freezes! Ashiko is a popular place for fishing, boating and water sports. Use your Hakone Pass to cruise the lake by pirate ship. On a clear day Mt. Fuji and its inverted reflection can be seen on the lake.Owakudani (Greater Boiling Valley): Accessible by ropeway this entire gorge reeks of sulphurous fumes, spewing clouds of steam from crevasses among bubbling hot springs.Ancient Cedar Avenue: Enjoy a leisurely stroll along this superb 2km flora-lined winding passage; once the pathway to Tokyo.Day 7: Hakone - Hida TakayamaTakayamaCheck out and from the Palace Hotel Hakone Mae bus stop take the Hakone Tozan Bus for Odawara Station (50 min). At Odawara Station board a bullet train for JR Nagoya Station. (2 hrs) Change trains at JR Nagoya Station and board the Limited Express (Wide View Express) Hida train to JR Takayama Station (2 hrs 20 min). This magnificent train journey through the Japan Alps may be one of the highlights of your trip to Japan.Hida Takayama is a traditional medieval town located in the mountains of Gifu Prefecture. It is possible to walk across the centre of Hida Takayama in about 20 minutes, and most of the attractions are concentrated in the old part of town, within minutes of each other. The Hida Hotel Plaza is a 5 minute walk from the station's main exit.Enjoy an afternoon stroll around this museum-like town boasting a number of attractions including a variety of small museums devoted to traditional crafts embodying the town's long-standing tradition of the fine craftsmanship. Visit the old private houses that lie in the area between Miyagawa River and the famously lush and picturesque Shiroyama Park. This quite residential area has shops selling traditional crafts and antiquesDay 8: Hida TakayamaTakayama Morning MarketIn the morning visit the Takayama Jinya Market and the Miyagawa Market. Located on the banks of the Miyagawa River these morning markets are open daily from 7am to noon. Here you will find people from nearby farms selling fresh produce and flowers.Return to JR Takayama Station where you can purchase a Hida-no-Sato (Hida Folk Village) discount ticket - 900 yen - (Hida-no-Sato Setto-Ken) which includes a return bus ride (10 minutes each way) and admission to the Hida Folk Village. Here you will find restorations of more than 30 typical old thatched-roofed (gassho-zukuri) houses, relocated here from the various villages around the Hida area. The site recreates the atmosphere and scenery of mountain villages of old in a beautiful mountain setting. Open 8:30am to 5:00pm.Day 9: Hida Takayama - HiroshimaHiroshima CastleCheck out and board the Limited Express (Wide View) Hida train from JR Takayama Station to JR Nagoya Station (2.5 hrs). Change trains within the station and board a bullet train to Hiroshima.(3 hrs) You may need to swap trains at Shin Osaka on the way.From JR Hiroshima Station your accommodation at the New Hiroden Hotel is a 5 minute walk from the Central Exit.Hiroshima was a city left in ashes after the Atomic bomb was dropped. Hiroshima has made a remarkable recovery and has been rebuilt as a modern thriving city. The area which felt the full force of the bomb has been transformed into a Peace Memorial Park with gardens of great beauty and nearly forty memorials to the victims of the atomic explosion. Hiroshima is now known as the "International City of Peace" dedicated to a total ban on the use of Atomic weapons. A visit to the Peace Memorial Park should be included in every Hiroshima itinerary. To visit the Park, board a tram in front of Hiroshima Station and get off at Genbaku Domu-Mae (Atomic Bomb Dome) stop (cost 150 yen - 15 min.).Using your tour map, visit a number of exhibits including the Atomic Bomb Dome: Positioned below the epicentre, this skeleton of melted steel and concrete has been left as it was after the bomb was dropped. It stands as a stark reminder of the city's August 6, 1945 bombingThe highlight of the Park is the Hiroshima Peace Memorial Museum. This state of the art museum focuses on Hiroshima both before and after the explosion. It also tells the story of Hiroshima's rapid rebuild into the beautiful city it is today.On the way back to station, make sure you visit Hiroshima Castle. This castle was first built in 1589 until its destruction in 1945. Having been rebuilt in all its glory, it is now used to exhibit historic artefacts from Japan's feudal past.Day 10: HiroshimaMiyajima IslandEnjoy a day of exploration upon the sacred earth of Miyajima Island (Shrine Island).From Hiroshima Station board the JR Sanyo Line to Miyajimaguchi Station (26 min). Using your Japan Rail Passes board the JR Ferry to Miyajima Island.The entire 30 sq. km. island is designated by the Japanese government as a Special Historic Site and Special Place of Scenic Beauty. The must see Itsukushima Shrine, built in the sixth century, is dedicated to the maritime guardian goddesses. The shrine buildings are connected by corridors which stretch out over the water giving it the appearance of floating on the sea at high tide. The giant red wooden O-Torii (Grand Gate) is the most noted symbol of Miyajima.Be sure to take the 1.7km ropeway (JPY1800 round trip) to Mount Misen's summit to absorb one of the three most spectacular panoramic views in Japan. Keep your eye on the summit's mischievous monkeys before descending on a peaceful walk through the ancient forest.Return to Hiroshima early evening to feast upon the city's popular delicacy Okonomiyaki - a savoury layered noodle pancake which is cooked on an iron hotplate at your table. The locals are very proud of their contribution to Japanese cuisine!Day 11: Hiroshima - KyotoKiyomizu TempleCheck out of the New Hiroden Hotel and board a bullet train to Kyoto Station. (2hrs) You may need to swap trains at Shin Osaka on the way.Your accommodation at the New Miyako Hotel is a 2 minute walk from Kyoto Station.After check in, take time to explore the Sky Plaza Observation Deck on top of Kyoto Station for a free panoramic view of the surrounding area of Kyoto. This modern station also contains a large shopping mall, department store, specialty shops and restaurants.Day 12: KyotoKinkakuji TempleCommence your exploration of the ancient city of Kyoto. At 08:45am, you will be collected from your hotel's lobby to join the Kyoto Morning Tour. Your English-speaking local guide will take you by bus to Nijo Castle, the Golden Pavilion, and the Kyoto Imperial Palace (on Sat., Sun. & national holidays, visit Higashi Honganji Temple instead). The tour will disband at the Kyoto Handicraft Centre. This is an excellent place to purchase authentic Japanese arts and crafts at affordable prices. (The centre offers courtesy vehicle services to major hotels in Kyoto and a likely return time being around 1:30pm).Return to Kyoto Station by courtesy bus. In the afternoon board a local bus from Kyoto Station to the base of Kiyomizu Temple. Walk up this attractive winding road lined with many colourful souvenir and craft shops. Kiyomizu Dera is famous for its giant wooden stage overlooking panoramic views of Kyoto and its main hall is constructed entirely of wood and supported by huge columns and beams without the use of a single nail, screw or bolt.In the evening board a subway two stops to Shijo Station and walk to Gion, Kyoto's famous entertainment district which is open until late at night. Gion is the one place in Japan where you may see Maiko or Geisha scampering between appointments. As darkness falls watch the traditional lanterns gradually come to life and you wander down tiny alleys housing a variety of restuarants offering tempting cuisine.Day 13: Kyoto - Nara - KyotoTodaiji TempleA full day of sightseeing awaits you in Nara. Here, you can find peace of mind and natural beauty as you uncover the many treasures of Japan's former capital (710-784AD).From JR Kyoto Station board a JR Nara Line limited express train for Nara (45 min). All sightseeing is within comfortable walking distance of Nara Station. From the station through the town towards Nara Park.Should the weather be kind you may like to have your lunch in the picturesque Nara Park amongst the many tame deer which roam the area. At the end of the park is the impressive World Heritage listed cultural assets Todaiji Temple - the world's largest wooden building housing the Giant Buddha that soars 16 metres in height. Return to Nara Station via Nara-machi, an old precinct full of traditional houses, shops and tearooms in calm and pleasant surroundings, giving an excellent contrast to the great temples and old burial mounds.Day 14: Kyoto - AirportBullet trainCheck out of the New Miyako Hotel and leave your luggage in storage at the porter's desk for your later return.Spend your last morning in Kyoto completing any final sightseeing or shopping.For those departing from Tokyo, board a bullet train from Kyoto to Tokyo Station. (3 hrs) Within Tokyo Station board the Narita Express Train to Narita Airport. (70 min)or those departing from Osaka, board the Haruka train from Kyoto Staiton to Kansai International Airport (80min).
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Japan Tours Itinerary 4 Days Tokyo

Tour Code: MJ104111-6

Tour Duration: 4 Days 3 Nights.

Tour Themes: Classic

Tour Route: Tokyo

Japan Tours Itinerary 4 Days Tokyo

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Day 1 Tokyo

Senso-ji Temple

Nakamise Shopping Street

Akihabara

Day 2 Tokyo

Tokyo DisneySea

Day 3 Tokyo

Tokyo Free Day

Day 4 Tokyo

Tokyo Departure

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5 Days Korea UNESCO Tours Seoul Chuncheon Gapyeong Suwon Yongin

Tour Code: YK108434-2

Tour Duration: 5 Days 4 Nights.

Tour Themes: Winter, Classic, UNESCO, Culture History, Couple, Landscape

Tour Route: Seoul - Chuncheon - Gapyeong - Seoul - Suwon - Yongin - Seoul

5 Days Korea UNESCO Tours Seoul Chuncheon Gapyeong Suwon Yongin

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Day 1 Seoul

Seoul Arrival

Seoul Free Day

Day 2 Seoul

The Cheongwadae(Blue House)

Gyeongbokgung Palace

Day 3 Seoul

Namiseom Island

Petite France

Day 4 Seoul

Suwon Hwaseung Fortress

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Day 5 Seoul

Seoul Departure

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1 Days Korea Cultural Experience Tours Incheon Seoul

Tour Code: NK108572

Tour Duration: 1 Days 0 Nights.

Tour Themes: Classic, Cultural Experience, Culture History, Food, Spring

Tour Route: Incheon - Seoul - Incheon

1 Days Korea Cultural Experience Tours Incheon Seoul

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Day 1 Incheon

Gyeongbokgung Palace

Bukchon Hanok Village

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10 Days Korea UNESCO Tours Seoul Suwon Yongin Busan Daegu Gyeongju

Tour Code: YK107832-3

Tour Duration: 10 Days 9 Nights.

Tour Themes: Classic, UNESCO, Festival, Cultural Experience, Culture History, Summer

Tour Route: Seoul - Suwon - Yongin - Seoul - Busan - Daegu - Gyeongju - Busan

10 Days Korea UNESCO Tours Seoul Suwon Yongin Busan Daegu Gyeongju

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Day 1 Seoul

Seoul Arrival

Seoul Free Day

Day 2 Seoul

Gwanghwamun Square

Changdeokgung Palace

Day 3 Seoul

Imjingak Resort

Imjingak Pavilion Freedom Bridge

The 3rd Infiltration Tunnel

Day 4 Seoul

Suwon Hwaseung Fortress

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Day 5 Seoul

Seoul Free Day

Day 6 Busan

Daereungwon Tomb Complex

Cheomseongdae Observatory

Daegu Yangnyeongsi Museum of Oriental Medicine

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9 Days Nepal Kathmandu Chitwan Pokhara from China Tibet Zhangmu Tour

Tour Code: NP9-009

Tour Duration: 9 Days 8 Nights.

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Tour Route: Kathmandu-Chitwan-Pokhara-Tibet-ZhangMu

9 Days Nepal Kathmandu Chitwan Pokhara from China Tibet Zhangmu Tour

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9 Days Nepal Kathmandu Chitwan Pokhara from China Tibet Zhangmu TourTour Code: NP091 Departure Date: You Choice! Custom Days: 8,9..14.. Days Tour Route: China Tiebet Zhangmu - Kathmandu - Chitwan - Pokhara - Kathmandu (Could Customize)You can always customize a similar tour based on this itinerary. Day 1 - Exit Tibet from Zhangmu-Enter Nepal (B/D)Crossing the “FriendshipBridge” we enter Nepal where tour guide will meet us and get us at Border Kodari to our hotel. O/N Kathmandu.If you do not have your Nepalese visa – you can apply at the border (normally US$25 for single entry visa valid for 15 days). You will need 1 passport photo. Day 2 - Kathmandu (B/D)TourKathmanduCity: Durbar Square complex of palaces, courtyards and temples, built between the 12th and 18th centuries and used to be the seat of ancient Malla kings of Kathmandu.An intriguing piece here is the 17th century stone inscription set into the wall of the palace with writings in 15 languages.The Durbar Square is a protected UNESCO world heritage site. There are also museums inside the palace building.Swayambhunath: Located approx 4km from Kathmandu, this Buddhist stupa is said to be 2000 years old. The stupa, which forms the main structure, is composed of a solid hemisphere of brick and earth supporting a lofty conical spire capped by a pinnacle of copper gilt. Painted on the 4-sided base of the spire are the all-seeing eyes of Lord Buddha.Pashupatinath:The city is situated 5 km east of Kathmandu city.The Temple is one of the most sacred Hindu shrines in the world. The richly-ornamented pagoda houses the sacred linga, or phallic symbol, of Lord Shiva.Chronicles indicate the temple’s existence prior to 400 AD.Devotees can be seen taking ritual dips in the holy BagmatiRiver flowing beside the temple. Visitors will be permitted to view the temple from the east bank of BagmatiRiver, as entrance to the temple is strictly forbidden to all non-Hindus.Next we visit the Boudhananth Stupa (approx. 8 km east of Kathmandu), which is the largest stupa in the valley. It stands with 4 pairs of eyes in the 4 cardinal directions keeping watch for righteous behavior and human prosperity. The stupa is built on an octagonal base inset with prayer wheels.Evening: We have a Nepali cultural program show and dinner (details to be announced later)O/N KathmanduDay 3 – Kathmandu (B)Patan: 5 km away from Kathmandu city and known as “the city of fine arts”. You will see Durbar Square, and a collection of bronzes, KrishnaTemple built by King Malla, Hiranya Varna Mahavihar and MahaboudhaTemple. We will also make a stop at the Tibetan Refugee Camp and HandicraftCenter where you will witness hand weaving of carpets and molding of metal statues.Bungamati: A typical Newari village (11 km south of Kathmandu) founded in 7th century AD. “God of Rain” is worshipped here equally by Hindus and Buddhists.Khokana: Small Newari village on the southern flank of KathmanduValley. City was established in 7th century AD by the Licchhavi rulers of Nepal. This unique village is quite removed from modern civilization.Day 4 – Fly to Chitwan (B/L/D)Today you will be transferred to airport for flight to Chitwan.ChitwanNational Park means “heart of the jungle” and is one of the finest national parks in Asia.It is known for a diverse and dense wildlife and opportunities to observe animals in their natural habitat from excellent lodges.O/N ChitwanDay 5 – Chitwan (B/L/D)A whole day filled with jungle activities.O/N ChitwanDay 6 – Drive to Pokhara (B)Pokhara has mesmerized visitors from all over the world with the rare combinations of snow-clad peaks and snow fed lakes and rivers. The serenity of the PhewaLake accompanied by the grandeur of Machhapuchhre creates an ambience of peace and magic. Pokhara is the home for dense forests, gushing rivers, lucid lakes and the world famous view of the Himalayas.O/N PokharaDay 7 – Pokhara (B) Sarangkot is 9 km NW of Pokhara is one of the most popular tourist destinations in Nepal. Conveniently perched high on the top of a ridge, the serene hill resort offers the spectacular panorama of the entire Annapurna range stretching from east to west and the un-spoilt rural settlements just below those towering peaks. Viewing 700m down from the top of Sarangkot you can beautiful sights of the PokharaValley and PhewaLake.Davis Fall: Witness a unique waterfall that lies 2 km from central PokharaCity. The water fall directly goes into a deep and narrow canal. It is believed that this deadly waterfall took the life of a tourist named David, who fell down into the canal and was never found, and hence the name: “Davis Water Fall”.GuptesworMahadevCave: Gupteshwor Mahadev cave is one of the longest caves in Nepal. On the way to cave, there are shining stones seen everywhere and in the temple is big stone that looks like snake's head and tortoise which is considered to be the image of the Lord Shiva. Second part is very beautiful and you see shining stones and different types of rocks like bee hives.BindebashiniTemple: This is one of the oldest temples in Pokhara. Legend says that when Pokhara was a part of KaskiKingdom, the main deity of the temple, Goddess Durga, was brought from India. The temple is in the area of the Bazaar; hence, a journey of the old bazaar will be combined with a visit to the temple.The Fewa (or Phewa) Lake 1.5 km long is the second largest lake in Nepal and offers an excellent view of the mountains and their reflections on the lake. You will also enjoy a 1-hr boat ride on the lake.O/N Pokhara.Day 8 – Flight transfer back to Kathmandu (B)O/N KathmanduDay 9–transfer to airport for international flight home(B)
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