Mr. Pollard Desmond Laurence and Ms. Childers Beverly Booth from United States of America enjoyed the hospitality of Explore Himalaya from March 21, 2013 to April 1, 2013 during their fun-filled tour to different parts of Bhutan and Nepal.
The elderly guests were very much fun loving and they had the leisurely pleasures during the couple of free days on their own at Kathmandu. Prior to their Bhutan tour our very important visitors were on a sightseeing cultural tour of Kathmandu. Kathmandu itself is a heritage city with plentiful of heritage sites including Boudhanath, Pashupatinath, Swayambhunath and Kathmandu Durbar Square. Apart from these heritage sites every corner of every street in Kathmandu holds ancient temples and shrines which are equally worthwhile for thorough exploration.
On March 23, they flew to Bhutan. Exploring the two Bhutanese cities- Paro and Thimpu jam-packed with cultural edifices including Tiger Nest was one of the best parts of the trip. Bhutan is a small landlocked country with tremendous cultural variety to the rest of the world. Tiger Nest situated at a high cliff 900m above Paro is a five hours walk.
Upon returning from Paro, they headed to Chitwan National Park. A park which is perfect blends of modernity outside the premises whereas extreme wilderness prevails inside the premises. They enjoyed the wildlife activities during wildlife safari at Chitwan.
Finally after all these glorious cultural and wildlife activities the Americans departed back home on April 1, 2013.
Thirteen Danish visitors through our exclusive country partner Kipling Travel had the cultural tour around Nepal from February 8 to February 20 2013. The happy visitors mostly covered the rural mid-hills of the country during the visit. However, their tour also took them to the culturally affluent sites in Kathmandu valley, natural wonders in Pokhara and wildlife thrill in Chitwan. One of the members of this colossal group also went closer to the Himalayas during the mountain flight.
The trip prioritizing the rural landscapes and culture escorted our valued visitors to Bungmati and Khokana- a traditional vicinities of the Nepalese capital. Rest of the rural mid-hills exploration took them to the sightseeing tour of an ancient Durbar at Nuwakot, the enticing Himalayan viewpoint at Bandipur and to the cherished villages like Mukulswar and verdant woods of Raniban around Pokhara.
The customized trip also allowed the Danish visitors to experience the game drive amidst the renowned wildlife park- Chitwan National Park.
Every footstep during the tour, took the Danish visitors to the different enchanting cultural and natural beauties of Nepal. Covering the best cities of Nepal- Kathmandu, Pokhara and Chitwan and the remote treasures en-route or in their vicinities was a charming itinerary allowing to explore as much as diverse affluence of the country.
The group made their exodus back home on February 20, 2013 carrying the memories of one of the happiest holidays ever celebrated.
Ms. Nina, Ms. Eva and Mr. Lars Capersens from Denmark toured the best of Nepal with Explore Himalaya from April 2nd to April 13th 2012. Our valued guests from our sole Danish partner Kipling Travel arrived to Nepal on the 2nd of April. Along with the best of Nepal which includes Kathmandu, Pokhara and Chitwan Capersens also visited to the exotic Himalayan view-point location, Nagarkot.
Best of Nepal tour is a comprehensive tour of culturally and religiously important prehistoric Kathmandu valley, the home of natural beauties Pokhara and the wildlife paradise Chitwan. Three different flavors of Nepal can be experienced during the tour of the best of Nepal.
Capersens enjoyed the best cultural, historical and religious affluence of the Himalayan nation in the heritage valley Kathmandu for 4 full days. They made the brief tour of Pokhara in a day. Pokhara is the paradise of mysterious natural wonders. The wildlife tour at Chitwan National park longed for full couple of days. Chitwan is the heavenly abode of dozens of endangered and critically endangered species of animals.
Touring the highly diversified cities of Nepal, they also so wheeled up to the beautiful hill-top Nagarkot; a hill-top closely located to Kathmandu valley. There, the Danish visitors were privileged to witness the glorious sunset and sunrise views on the glittering Himalayan region.
The trip full of merriment ended on April 13 and Explore Himalaya escorted the wholly satisfied visitors to the airport for their departures.
Dining tent was also supplied for meals. Nice detail having candle lit dinners! We stayed in one mountain hotel during pouring rain and Sanu organized it very easily.