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tour for a week to nepal

Want to accomodate in my tour both adventure and sightseeing

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1. Re: tour for a week to nepal

Kathmandu, Pokhara and Chitwan will be good choice for you. Go for Bunjy jump while in Kathmandu and try Zipflyer, paragliding in Pokhara. Will get wildlife adventure in Chitwan National Park. Stay in homestay or paying guest accommodation to understand the local livelihood, food, culture and so on.

Wishes...

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Kathmandu to pokhara to chitwan to Bardia on the way 2hrs visiting time for lumbini and from there you can go western side bardia national park and reach there at 8hrs by private vehicle.You should take minimum 4nights stay there to get all the things you want.If you are lucky you can see tiger too.

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You can probably try to add 4/5 days Poon Hill Trekking or 2/3 days Dhampus Sarangkot Trek in your itinerary for more fun plus some adventure. Both of these treks are done from Pokhara and will give you some tastes of trekking in Nepal.

Good Luck!

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The Annapurna region is Nepal's the most popular trekking destination with four of the world's highest mountains, and the world's deepest valley within it's boundaries. Gateway to the region is the lovely lakeside town of Pokhara, an idyllic place to relax after a long trek. Central Nepal is dominated by the Annapurna Himal and the village of Pokhara. There are three major trekking routes in central Nepal: to Jomsom, to Annapurna Sanctuary, and a circuit of the Annapurna Himal itself. Pokhara is also a good starting place for short treks of one to four days, including the "Royal" trek, which is described here. Mustang is also geographically a part of the Annapurna region, but because treks to Mustang are subject to special restrictions, this is described it in the separate page on restricted area treks. About two-thirds of the trekkers in Nepal visit the Annapurna region. The area is easily accessible, hotels in the hills are plentiful, and treks here offer good scenery of both high mountains and lowland villages.

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The Annapurna region is Nepal's the most popular trekking destination with four of the world's highest mountains, and the world's deepest valley within it's boundaries. Gateway to the region is the lovely lakeside town of Pokhara, an idyllic place to relax after a long trek. Central Nepal is dominated by the Annapurna Himal and the village of Pokhara. There are three major trekking routes in central Nepal: to Jomsom, to Annapurna Sanctuary, and a circuit of the Annapurna Himal itself. Pokhara is also a good starting place for short treks of one to four days, including the "Royal" trek, which is described here. Mustang is also geographically a part of the Annapurna region, but because treks to Mustang are subject to special restrictions, this is described it in the separate page on restricted area treks. About two-thirds of the trekkers in Nepal visit the Annapurna region. The area is easily accessible, hotels in the hills are plentiful, and treks here offer good scenery of both high mountains and lowland villages.

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