Images of Nepal, 11 Days Kathmandu Return with A&K

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Raw, spiritual and extraordinary: a journey through Nepal is unparalleled. Wind through Kathmandu’s medieval old town and join the flurry of pilgrims circling its most sacred temples. Drive through Chitwan National Park in search of the one-horned rhino and tiger. Journey to Himalayan villages to see mountain life. And inhale the sheer enormity of a majestic landscape that will get your heart racing.

This is an Abercrombie & Kent private journey and can be tailor-made to fit with your travel dates and built around your desires. 


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  • Soak up the cultural heritage of Kathmandu Valley and its collection of UNESCO World Heritage Sites
  • Enjoy sundowners overlooking the stunning Bouddhanath Stupa
  • Drink in the sunrise over the Annapurna range
  • Seek out rare wildlife in Chitwan National Park
  • Find sanctuary in Nepal’s most luxurious resorts
  • Earn 1 Qantas Point* per $1 spent


Day 1

Arrive Kathmandu

Welcome to Kathmandu, the vibrant and ever-surprising capital of Nepal. Here, in the heart of the Kathmandu Valley, you’ll discover one of the world’s densest collections of UNESCO World Heritage Sites. Receive and A&K welcome on arrival and transfer privately to your exquisite hotel, a beautifully preserved Newari building tucked into the quiet fringes of the bustling city centre. Settle in and spend the rest of your day at leisure. This evening take your place in Krishnarpan, the Nepali speciality restaurant at Dwarika’s, for a culinary journey through Nepal.
Meals Included: Dinner
Accommodation: Dwarika’s Hotel (Heritage Deluxe Room)


Day 2


Rise early for your first real glimpse of Nepal’s mountain magnificence on a fixed wing mountain flight (additional charge). Soar over a majestic landscape of snow-capped peaks, deep valleys and glaciers, dominated by the world’s highest mountain, Everest.

After breakfast, climb the 400 steps to Swayambhunath, the oldest shrine in the world. Explore the fifth century temple with its beautiful Buddhist stupa and drink in sweeping views of the city and valley below. Return to the hotel for some time at leisure. Later, head to the temple of Pashupatinath, and marvel at its astonishing architectural beauty on the banks of the sacred Bagmati River. Continue to the imposing 14th century Bouddhanath Stupa, one of the holiest of Nepal’s Buddhist sites. Meet a local artisan for a fascinating insight into Buddhism and the Thangka paintings. Find your spot overlooking the stupa and enjoy sundowners to the gentle sound of chanting as you watch pilgrims circling the site and spinning prayer wheels.
Meals Included: Breakfast
Accommodation: Dwarika’s Hotel (Heritage Deluxe Room)


Day 3


Enjoy a morning exploring at your own pace before travelling to Patan. Treat your tastebuds to a culinary surprise in a local home, where you will learn the secret behind some favourite Nepalese dishes. Continue to Patan City, also known as Lalitpur, and discover an ancient city of arts and architecture. Visit Durbar Square with its palaces, shrines and temples bustling with flower sellers, pilgrims and orange-clad sadhus. Immerse yourself in Nepal’s cultural heritage and art history in the Patan Museum, housed in a beautifully restored Malla palace.
Meals Included: Breakfast
Accommodation: Dwarika’s Hotel (Heritage Deluxe Room)


Day 4

Kathmandu – Bhaktapur – Dhulikhel

Leave the chaos and beauty of Kathmandu behind and journey to Dhulikhel. Pause at Bhaktapur City, an enchanting 9th century fortified town in the Kathmandu Valley, also known as the ‘City of Devotees’. Tread along the 17th century cobbled pavements surrounded by wonderfully preserved architecture. Watch bustling activity in the town square and see the Palace of Fifty-Five Windows. Continue to Dhulikhel, an ancient Newari town nestled in the foothills of the Pachkhal Valley. Find your luxurious sanctuary in Dwarika’s Resort and relax. Dip into the infinity pool. Head to the meadow for yoga and meditation. Try your hand at art, pottery or cooking classes. This evening find a fireside spot in the bar to drink in the snow-kissed panoramas.
Meals Included: Breakfast & Dinner
Accommodation: Dwarika’s Resort (Junior Suite)


Day 5


Wake to spectacular sunrise views over the great Himalayan ranges. After a sumptuous breakfast, embark on a morning hike through rural hamlets, forests and rice paddies to Balthali village. Enjoy true Nepalese hospitality in a village home for lunch, before returning to Dwarika’s Resort. Explore your way this afternoon with a choice of activities (additional charge). Discover the charm of rural life along the walking trails, venture into the forest to seek out native birds and medicinal herbs or learn about Nepalese terrace farming at a local organic farm.
Meals Included: Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner
Accommodation: Dwarika’s Resort (Junior Suite)


Day 6

Dhilikhel – Kathmandu – Bharatpur – Chitwan National Park

Return to Kathmandu and fly to Bharatpur and take the scenic drive to Chitwan National Park, Nepal’s most famous wildlife reserve and a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Arrive at your safari lodge, where rustic villas face the rushing Rapti river and the forest beyond. After lunch, glide down the Rapti River by canoe taking in beautiful views and enjoy the unique eco system around the river and flood plains. Keep your camera ready for rhino, gharial and exotic birdlife while naturalists explain the world around the water. Later, enjoy sundowners on the riverbank.
Meals Included: Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner
Accommodation: Meghauli Serai – A Taj Safari Lodge (Rapti Villa)


Day 7

Chitwan National Park

Embark on a half-day jeep safari accompanied by your very own highly skilled ranger. Get up close to rare animals, such as the endangered one-horned rhino, Bengal tiger, Indian elephant, sloth bear and over 550 varieties of birds. Later this afternoon, accompanied by your expert naturalist, take a walk through the dense jungle to catch a glimpse of resident species in their natural habitat.
Meals Included: Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner
Accommodation: Meghauli Serai – A Taj Safari Lodge (Rapti Villa)


Day 8

Chitwan National Park – Bharatpur – Pokhara

Leave the wildlife sanctuary behind and fly to Pokhara, an enchanting town in the foothills of magnificent Mt Machhapucchre. Visit the nearby Tibetan Refugee Camp for a fascinating insight into Tibetan life. Continue to the Pavilions Himalaya Resort in a tranquil valley alongside a meandering river. Relax at your villa, inhale the clean mountain air, and enjoy one of the finest mountain panoramas in the world.
Meals Included: Breakfast
Accommodation: The Pavilions Himalayas Resort (Pavilion Classic Room)


Day 9


Rise early and drive to the hilltop of Sarangkot, a village located on the mountainside ridge at an altitude of 1,600m, for a breathtaking sunrise over the Annapurna range. Return to your resort for breakfast and spend the rest of the day at leisure. Stroll through the maze of markets and stall of Pokhara, soak in the views of peaceful Lake Phewa at one of the many cafes or for the more adventurous, Pokhara is one of the best places in the world to try paragliding.
Meals Included: Breakfast
Accommodation: The Pavilions Himalayas Resort (Pavilion Classic Room)


Day 10

Pokhara – Kathmandu

Leave your Himalaya resort behind and fly to Kathmandu. Enjoy the rest of the day exploring at your own pace. Take a cycle rickshaw through the back streets, meander through markets to pick up some last-minute mementos, or simply unwind in the luxury of your hotel.
Meals Included: Breakfast
Accommodation: Dwarika’s Hotel (Heritage Deluxe Room)


Day 11

Depart Kathmandu

Farewell to Nepal as you transfer privately to the airport for your onward journey.
Meals Included: Breakfast


Twin Share Per Person: From $7,385
Solo Traveller: From $11,945

This is an Abercrombie & Kent private journey and can be tailor-made to fit with your travel dates and built around your desires.


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Dwarika’s Hotel

Dwarika’s Hotel is a fine example of Nepali architecture with intricate wood and terracotta work produced by the finest craftsmen in the country. Appreciation of each handmade brick, and every piece of original wood is what makes this hotel so special and unique. If you are an avid foodie the restaurants here will not disappoint, most of the ingredients are produced in the hotel’s organic farm. Dine in style and enjoy meals reminiscent of ritual feasts up to 22 courses. We recommend a visit to the library at the hotel, full of interesting books on the history of Nepal and a splendid place to sit back and relax after an exhilarating day taking in vibrant Kathmandu.


Dwarika’s Resort

Located an hour’s drive from Kathmandu city, the resort is spread across a lush hillside amongst pine, rhododendron and cherry blossom trees. Each space and suite at the resort is unique, and has been created from local materials to showcase and celebrate mother nature in all her forms. The simple, spacious and rustic style complements the tranquil surroundings. Each suite boasts extraordinary Himalayan views and private indoor and outdoor living and sleeping spaces which take you closer to nature and create an ideal setting for reflection, relaxation and renewal.

Set in different locales around the property are three restaurants serving delightful meals, with wonderful terraces on which to enjoy a sundowner. With most ingredients sourced from Dwarika’s own farms (one of which is situated nearby) and a focus on quality, fresh produce, dining is one of the highlights of the resort. One of the main elements of the resort is the Pancha Kosha Himalayan Spa, where treatments are derived from a blend of Ayurveda, Buddhist Medicine and local knowledge. The unique herbs used for the treatments are grown within the Spa’s grounds, or sourced from across the Himalayan region. With its relaxed atmosphere and awe-inspiring views, this is a wonderful place to end a trip to Nepal.

Meghauli Serai – A Taj Safari Lodge

Situated on the banks of the River Rapti in the renowned Chitwan National Park, Meghauli Serai is a luxury haven in the wilderness. Contemporary Meghauli rooms come with a balcony while the more spacious Rapti Villas boast private plunge pools, both offer great views of the river and the National Park. Explore the national park on jeep safaris, walking trails or canoe trips.

Dining is always a great occasion with organic farm fresh ingredients, local style barbeques, in room dining and also private outdoor dining experiences. When not out on safari, relax by the beautiful infinity swimming pool with its river view decks, or spend time in the private machan over the river, and sit back and wait as the wildlife comes to you.


The Pavilions Himalayas Resort

Located southwest of Pokhara in a natural paradise, The Pavilions is a truly eco-sensitive luxury boutique resort. Situated on land still farmed by the resort’s Anglo-Nepali owners, The Pavilions is nestled beside a small river in a secluded rural valley with spectacular views of the Annapurna range and a working organic farm next door. A sensational design marries modern comforts with the natural surrounds.

All 14 villas feature a private terrace, a claw-footed bathtub, a large rain shower and an outdoor Nepali shower. Nepalese textiles and artworks, and a real fireplace, complete the luxe experience.

With equal priority for guests, the natural environment and the community, The Pavilions puts a focus on solar energy, biogas and homemade biodegradable toiletries. The adjacent farm is also run organically, with local employees, and a substantial portion of profits is donated to community projects. Guests are encouraged to take part in the day-to-day action on the farm, which provides the organic vegetables, eggs and dairy for breakfast and other meals.

Life in the resort revolves around the living and dining area known as Bhetghat (“meeting point”), mere footsteps from the infinity pool. You can join treks and wildlife drives with the naturalists, whose knowledge of animals and birdlife is exceptional. Then, soothe weary muscles in the state-of-the-art spa and yoga studio.


Call a Luxury Tour Specialist on 1300 308 081 and Quote #23759

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