Culture and religion are thoroughly explored in Patan and Kathmandu. where also Boudhanath stupa and Pashupatinath will be visited. Both great and important shrines annually visited by thousands of pilgrims. Boudhanath is a large Buddhist stupa and the center of Tibetan culture in Kathmandu. Pashupatinath is a Hindu cemetery and temple, also known as The Temple of Living Beings. Both religions go side by side.
In Chitwan National Park you have the opportunity to discover the jungle by elephant back safari, from a wooden canoe or during a jungle hike. This park on the border with India ensures the protection of the endangered Bengal tiger, rhinoceros, crocodiles, bears, snakes, deer, numerous species of birds, etc.
A 2-days minitrek will give you the feeling of a real Himalaya-hike. Paths across an impressive scenery lead to a mountain trekkers lodge, where you will spend one night, before heading back to the city on the next day.
In Pokhara, Sarangkot and Bandipur you are close to the mountains and clear weather will give you a fantastic view at the Himalayan peaks and surrounding hills.
Every one joining with an adventurous attitude, can enjoy this trip with varied means of transportation (from a domestic flight to a one-time local bus experience) and accommodation (from a local homestay to a beautiful hotel) to discover Nepal.
This journey can be made all year round, tough summer (monsoon season) might be cloudy and wet.