Soring to summer is the peak time of the year for mountaineers to scale some of the complex Himalayan Mountains, whereas, at the same time, the trekking activities get lower because of the unstable weather. Moreover, summer in Nepal also means frequent rainfall. Summer involves the monsoon season too. You have to be very precise with your trekking time if planning to do it in the summer season, and that can be a little bothersome. So, we are presenting you with some of the great alternatives to enjoy your time in Nepal in the summer, and one of them is Nepal Summer Tour.
We have designed our Nepal Summer Tour itinerary professionally, examining the weather and the places. We want you to have the best of traveling in Nepal in summer, and we want you to experience the enchanting feeling of perceiving the Himalayan Mountains as well. Our Nepal Summer Tour takes you across the dense forests of Shivapuri National Park, where you get to see diverse flora and fauna. You will be hiking through beautiful mountain villages - Sundarijal and Chisapani. The tour takes you to a famous vacation spot near Kathmandu, called Nagarkot.
Nagarkot offers breath-taking views of mountains and gorgeous sunrise/sunset. After the adventure, it is time for wilderness, and you head to Chitwan. Explore Chitwan National Park and get close to wildlife. Take a peaceful walk in the deep jungle and get to see endangered species like one-horn rhino and many others. Enjoy the tranquility of the city, and head back to Kathmandu, which marks the end of the trip. You can also tailor-make the Nepal Summer Tour. Get in touch with us to learn more about the package.
Major Attraction of Summer Tour in Nepal
Visit tourist sites in Kathmandu
The Kathmandu Tour takes you to the medieval monuments, which either are serving as museums or holy places for the locals. It is a guided tour led by a licensed tour guide. You will be visiting places like Kathmandu Durbar Square, Swayambhunath, Pashupatinath Temple, and Boudhanath Stupa. Being a part of the UNESCO World Heritage Sites, all of these monuments present Nepali history, art, and architecture.
Hike through Shivapuri National Park
The trail from Sundarijal onwards ascends through the Shivapuri National Park. Established in 2002 AD, this park is situated between the transition zone- subtropical and temperate climate. Numerous species of wildlife like Himalayan black bear, barking deer, Indian leopard, porcupine, goral, etc, including 318 species of birds are found in this national park. The trail goes through dense forests following a rough route.
Witness gorgeous sunrise and snow-capped mountain views from Nagarkot
Nagarkot (2,195 m) is one of the nearest vantage points from Kathmandu. Located out of the chaos of Kathmandu, people love to take a short one or two days trip to this place. This place offers beautiful sceneries and stunning views of mountains like Annapurna Range (8,091 m), Ganesh Himal Range (7,422 m), Langtang Range (7,234 m), Manaslu Range (8,156 m), Rolwaling Range (7,181 m), etc, on a clear day.
Visit the holy Changu Narayan Temple
While returning from Nagarkot, you stop by at one of the oldest temples in the history of Nepal, which is the Changu Narayan Temple. Changu Narayan Temple is located on a hilltop and holds great importance to Hindus. The temple is dedicated to Lord Visnu. To this date, the architecture of this temple is known as one of the finest embossed works. There are few other small temples around the main one dedicated to other deities. This temple has four entrances, and each of them is guided by life-size pairs of animals like griffins, lions, and elephants.
A scenic drive from Kathmandu to Chitwan
Kathmandu Chitwan route is extremely beautiful. The scenery along the roadways is breath-taking. Lush green hills, rivers, waterfalls, terraced fields, and small settlement areas enhance the driving experience.
Do wild activities in Chitwan National Park
Chitwan is known for wild activities like jeep safari, deep jungle walk, canoeing, elephant bathing, and many others. You will see numerous wildlife, including the rare ones like the one-horned rhino, Royal Bengal Tiger, red panda, etc. Likewise, this place is also a paradise for birds and flower lovers. The tour in Chitwan also involves a visit to the indigenous Tharu village. You can see their traditional stick dance and taste their assortments.