It is said that a lifetime is not enough to enjoy all that Nepal has to offer. However, you can certainly get the highlights of Nepal on the Kathmandu Pokhara Tour. This Nepal tour package brings you all of the highlights in 6 nights, seven days of fun, mystery and excitement. The trip begins with your arrival at Tribhuven International Airport where you will be greeted by a representative of ours and taken to your hotel where you can relax or check out the nightlife in Thamel. Thamel is an exciting part of Kathmandu, where you will meet people from every country from around the world. You will also find all kinds of food, ranging from Nepali to Continental, Indian to Chinese and more. You will be amazed as you pick from the hundreds of restaurants, all of which offer great food. The next two days will be touring the Kathmandu Valley. From here, travel to the lakeside city of Pokhara. Here from Pokhara tour, nestled in the Annapurna Mountains of the mighty Himalayas. Fewa Lake in Pokhara offers wonderful reflections of the snowcapped peaks. After finished Pokhara tour return then by private vehicle, traveling along the Seti and Trisuli River gorges as you return to Kathmandu. for a final night before leaving for your next destination the following day. We can put together this perfect Kathmandu Pokhara tour package for you. Of course, at the end of your journey, you no doubt will want to return again to the magical land of Nepal. We can help you put together your next dream vacation, and can include places like Tibet and Bhutan.
Mustang (from Tibetan Mun Tan (Wylie smon-thang) which means fertile plain) is the former Kingdom of Lo and now part of Nepal, in the north-central part of that country, bordering Tibet on the Central Asian plateau between the Nepalese provinces of Dolpo and Manang. The Kingdom of Lo, the traditional Mustang region, and “Upper Mustang” are one and the same, comprising the northern two-thirds of the present-day Nepalese Mustang District, and are well marked by official “Mustang” border signs just north of Kagbeni where a police post checks permits for non-Nepalese seeking to enter the region, and at Gyu La (pass) east of Kagbeni.
Upper Mustang is located north of Annapurna and at an average altitude of 4,000m is geologically and culturally part of the Tibetan plateau. The valleys are arid and dry with colourful rock formations containing many cave dwellings high up in the cliffs. The first trekking parties were allowed into Upper Mustang in 1992 and there are still very few people (about 700 trekkers each year) visiting Upper Mustang as a result it is one of the few places left where one can see undisturbed Tibetan culture.