Overland Nepal Tour can be the very fun that you would love to enjoy for long hours. This type of journey has been quite popular since 1960s through the “Hippie trail” in Nepal.
It is believed that the overland journey originated from Marco Polo in the 13th century after he travelled from Venice to the Chinese court of Kublai Khan. However, can be make this type for tour package through any government registered travelling agencies, where you’d be provide a tour leader and comfortable bus.
The various overland tours in the form of package based on Natural journey historical journey, cultural journey, traditional journey etc. for the successive overland tours; there are various combined places which travel companies of the country commonly organized as package tours.Likewise some popular package or overland tours in Nepal like; Kathmandu- Gorkha,- Bandipur,- Pokhara- Tansen- Lumbini package tours. Some other ways to enhance your overland tours are through the nature tours by being in the places like; Chitwan National Park, Bardia National Park, Koshi-Tappu wildlife Reserve, Shivapuri National Park, Shuklafanta wild life conservation etc. Similarly, Mountain Layers Treks and Expedition Pvt. LTD. is proud to organise the Overland Tour.
Perched on a ridge 2,500m above sea level, Daman offers a sensational 400-km panoramic view of mountains from Dhaulagiri in the west and beyond Everest in the east. Visitors can go for many walks around Daman. The old Tribhuwan Highway leading up to Daman has recently been upgraded with surface drains, retaining walls, and several new bridges. For those wishing to fly to Daman, there is also a helipad next to the Resort. It is a mere 10- minute flight from Kathmandu.
The ancient capital of the principality of Gorkha that gave the feared Gorkha soldiers their name and from which King Prithivi Narayan Shah set out to unify all of Nepal – is 130 km west of Kathmandu (roughly half way between Kathmandu and Pokhara) and stands at an altitude of 1,135m. The old palace of King Prithivi Narayan Shah, the unifier of Nepal, sits atop a ridge with fine views of the Annapurna and Himachuli ranges and the surrounding area. The hike up to the palace takes about 40 minutes from Gorkha town below. Also worth visiting on the ridge are the temples of Kali and Gorkhanath with its legendary cave.
Bandipur is a very old historical beautiful Newar town.Tthrough pristine forests on the historical trail at Dumre Bazaar to a town that has hardly changed. Well preserved Bandipur is nowdays travelers to experience its unique offerings, In this place rich hill culture, mountain views, and hiking. Bandipur has retained its age-old cultural attributes – temples, shrines, sacred caves, innumerable festivals, and a Newari architecture that harks.The surrounding hills of Bandipur are ideal for hiking along trails that take visitors through tribal villages, verdant forests, and hilltop shrines that once doubled as fortresses. The conquest of the Kathmandu Valley in 1768 by King Prithvi Narayan Shah, many of the valley’s Newar inhabitants fanned out to establish trading posts in the hills. Some traders made their way to Bandipur, from where they began to meet the needs of an increasingly mercantile British India and the Himalayan hinterland.
Bandipur became a funneling point where all trails from central Nepal converged to head southward, crossing the great Narayani River and the Chitwanjungle to reach the Indian railhead of Narkatia Ganj. Traders came from Tibet with musk pods, mountain herbs, animal skins, and horses. Calico, tobacco, glassware, and kerosene came in from British India. However, when Nepal opened her doors to the world in the 1950s, Pokhara with its airfield began to gain importance, and in 1972 AD. the Kathmandu-Pokhara highway by-passed Bandipur.When Nepal opened her doors to the world in the 1950s, Pokhara with its airfield began to gain importance, and in 1972 the Kathmandu-Pokhara highway by-passed Bandipur altogether. The place names around Bandipur indicate that Magars, whose chieftains ruled numerous principalities of today’s central Nepal, originally inhabited the surrounding region, known as Tanahun. When king Prithvi Narayan Shah of Gorkha set out to expand his dominion, Tanahun was a powerful adversary that was overcome only after a hard battle.While the Newars are predominant in Bandipur, the Magar and Gurung ethnic groups inhabit the hillsides growing rice, millet, corn and mustard on terrace fields.
Pokhara is the best natural beautiful destination which has more natural journey to make than the cultural. For this place being the transition place to the western Nepal has both the tourism and commercial value. Mainly this place is important to have the majestic view of the Himalayas like Annapurna range, Machhapuchhre among more others.
Along with it, the various lakes like Rupa Lake, Phewa tLake, Begnas tLake. among more others give you the total entertainment. As being the transition point, most trekking, hiking routes starts here. Besides this, some major adventurous life like that of Paragliding, Rafting, canyoning, Kayaking , Ultra Light etc can be experienced very well. If you love the picturesque moment, then Sarangkot would be the most interesting for your memorable event. Some other interesting sights like Mahendra cave, Davi’s falls, Seti river Gorge, Barahi Temple etc will be the additional benefit.
Kathmandu and Pokhara City tour package, visitors can be choose any suitable time and for the accessibility make take either road route or air route, as the daily schedule from Kathmandu to Pokhara in effective. Mountain Layers Treks and Expedition Pvt. Ltd is proud to organise this Pokhara Tour
Located in Nepal’s central hills, Tansen at 1,372m offers a lovely setting for those with wanderlust and a desire for solitude. It not only enjoys a panoramic view of Nepal’s chief attraction, the Himalaya (from Dhaulagiri in the west to Gauri Shankar, north-east of Kathmandu), but from this hilltop vantage point, you can also get a sweeping view of the Tinau River valley below and the surrounding Churia and Mahabharata hills. To the far south is seen the terai (plains) shimmering in glorious sunlight.
The birthplace of the Buddha, Lumbini is located some 250 km west of Kathmandu, in the plains of Kapilvastu. In the 6th Century B.C., during the time of the Buddha, a confederacy of Sakya clan people lived here. There are numerous buildings of religious significance in Lumbini, the most important of which is a massive stone pillar erected by the Mauryan Emperor Ashoka in 250 B.C. It was discovered only in 1895 during excavations. Beside the Ashoka Pillar and the Maya Devi Temple, plinths of huge temples and a pond, where the new-born infant and his mother bathed, have been unearthed. Many monasteries and libraries have been constructed by nations from around the world in Lumbini.
<p>Afternoon half day tour. Visit around Swayambhunath Temple and Patan City. Over night at hotel.</p>
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