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Sharma Tours & Travels offers amazing day tours like: Himalayan experience, Cultural, Adventure, Heritage, Wildlife, Rafting, Hiking, Bird Watching, Pilgrimage and many more..

Dakshinkali
After breakfast we drive towards south of Kathmandu on the way can visit Kritipur, Chovar gorge & Taudaha. Then proceed to Dakshinkali on the way enjoy landscape, terraces, villages & spectacular view of Kathmandu valley. It can be cover with in 3 to 4 hrs time.

Dakshinkali is one of the important places of pilgrimage regarding Hindu goddess, which dates back to immemorial. Pilgrims visit this temple to offer their prayers and animal sacrifices to the goddess. Apart from the religious performance this place has also been developed as a popular picnic spot.

Bhaktapur
This city tour is one of the most interesting then other two city Kathmandu & Patan. One can visit at their convince either after breakfast or lunch as it can cover in 3 to 4 hrs time.

Once the capital of the Valley, Bhaktapur is the most unchanged of the three cities. Retaining something of its medieval atmosphere, Bhaktapur embodies the essence of the Newari city. Despite frequent rebuilding as the result of earthquakes, the city’s architecture and organization remain an excellent example of town planning. Neighborhoods, roughly organized by caste, are centered on a main square with a public water source, temples and a Ganesh shrine. In the 12th century, the King of Banepa moved his capital here and it ruled a unified Valley for the next 3 centuries. It was the last of the cities to fall to Prithvi Narayan Shah in 1768 and since then its importance has diminished considerably.

Phulchwoki
If one is a bird watcher then this is ideal place for you.  Breakfast early in the morning then drive to Godavari botanical garden enjoy viewing plants, birds & flower for few hours & hike to Phulchowki 2/3 hours. You can see good view of Kathmandu valley as well as green & Snowcap Mountain. In the evening back to hotel.

Located around ten kilometers southeast of Patan, this mountain, 2759m high, is a good spot for hiking. Rhododendrons of different varieties and colors from pure white to dark red are found here. A Buddhist shrine is situated on top of the hill, which can be reached through the jeepable road.

Nagarkot
This is the nearest hill station easily reachable from Kathmandu with in one & half hour. One can choose this place for a day trip or overnight stay as this place offer hiking, cycling, mountain view with choice of hotels.

Situated at 2300 meters, on the valley’s eastern rim, Nagarkot offers an excellent view of the Himalayas including Everest, Lhotse, Cho Oyu, Makalu and Manaslu mountains. It also has sweeping panoramic view of the terraced hillsides typical of Nepal. It is a popular place for sunrise and sunset viewing.

Panauti
This is one of the best places for day trip, Visit in the morning & back to hotel afternoon or in the evening.

This ancient Newar town is built at the confluence of two streams, with a third river visible only to sages. The confluence is a famous bathing and pilgrimage site where a festival is held on the first day of the month of Magh and a month-long Mela once every 12 years. The centerpiece of this charming, unspoiled village is the Indresvar Mahadev temple. Dating back to 1294 this is the oldest existing example of Newari Temple. Along the river there is a collection of more recent shrines and ghats, including an old Krishna temple, a suspension bridge leading to a recently renovated 17th century Brahmayani Mandir dedicated to the patron goddess of Panauti, and a rest house popular with old men. Add ducks, laundry and drying grain and you have a truly authentic corner of old Nepal.

Dhulikhel
This is another nearest hillside from Kathmandu & one can cover with in 3 hours.

Once an important stop on the trade route between Kathmandu and Tibet, the wealth amassed through trade is depicted in the handsome buildings with intricate woodcarvings. Sadly many of these fine structures have been neglected, but this is an excellent place if you are interested in collecting fine pieces. The population of Dhilikhel is a mixture of Newar, Tamang and Brahman-Chhetri. The main square includes a Narayan shrine and a rare temple to the deity Harasiddhi. The best mountain views are from a small Kali shrine on a ridge above the town – sunrise here is one of the most spectacular that you can observe.

Daman
This is a full day trip; we can start early morning & back to hotel in the evening.

The tiny ridge-top village of Daman offers some of the best Himalayan views in Nepal – a panorama from Dhaulagiri to Kanchenjunga, including all five Annapurna peaks. Lying 75 kilometers southwest of Kathmandu, it is reached by a rugged mountain road, which is lauded by many mountain bikers as one of the best rides in Nepal.

Bandipur
This is a full day trip; we can start early morning & back to hotel in the evening.

Bandipur is a charming hill town midway between Kathmandu and Pokhara.It is an ancient trading post inhabited by Magars (the original inhabitants of the area) and Newars. Nestled in the hills Bandipur offers excellent opportunities for day hikes or relaxation enjoying the panoramic mountain vistas. Untouched by modernization and laced with an abundance of ancient houses, temples of great significance, and historical architecture, this medieval-era town boasts of festivals all year around. Neighboring Magar, Gurung, Bahun, Chhetri, Damai and Sarki villages all contribute to the cultural diversity of the region. The hilltop town not only overlooks the incredible expanse of the Marsyanngdi river valley, but also offers a breathtaking sweep of the Himalayan range from Langtang in the east to Dhaulagiri in the west. From nearby hilltops, one can see as far as Manakamana and Gorkha to the east to the great Chitwan plains to the south.

Manakamana
Early in the morning drive from Kathmandu to Kurintar (120 KM / 3 hours). Get ready to reach the cable car station to experience the true divinity in Manakamana temple. Same day you will be return back to Kathmandu.

Manakamana temple can be visit by cable car it is a 1,302-m hill. The deity is one of the manifestations of the Hindu Goddess Bhagwati who is believed to have the power to fulfill wishes. It is one of the most popular pilgrimage sites in Nepal

Gorkha
This is a full day trip; we can start early morning & back to hotel in the evening.

This typical hill town is the ancestral home of Shah Kings of Nepal. It was from Gorkha’s hilltop fortress that King Prithvi Narayan Shah (1723-1775) launched his attempt to unify the independent states of Nepal. Gorkha's centerpiece is the Gorkha Durbar with a fort, a palace and a temple with excellent views of the surrounding valleys, and the Mansalu range.

Gorkha Bazaar is primarily a cobbled street marketplace where people from neighboring hill dwellings come to trade. There are a few temples nearby and it is worth a visit as it provides a very good vista and a quiet charm. Gorkha Durbar, an hour of steep walk up a hill from the bazaar area, is the main attraction of Gorkha. It used to be the dwelling of King Prithvi Narayan and his ancestors. The Durbar itself is humble, yet quite impressive complex of a temple, fort, and a palace built in the Newar style of Kathmandu. The view of the Himalayan range and the deep valleys from up there is quite breathtaking.

Gorakhnath Cave, ten meters below the palace's southern side, is the sacred cave temple of Gorkhanath. The cave is carved out of the solid rock and is among the most important religious sites for mainstream Brahmins and Chhetris of Nepal.

Pokhara
This is a full day trip; we can start early morning & back to hotel in the evening.

Pokhara is a place of remarkable natural beauty. The enchanting city has several beautiful lakes and offers stunning panoramic views of Himalayan peaks. The serenity of the lakes and the magnificence of the Himalaya rising behind them create the ambience that has made Pokhara such a popular place to relax and enjoy the beauty of nature. Tourism focuses on the districts of Dam-side and Lakeside (or Pardi and Baidam, in Nepali, respectively). These two areas, packed with hotels and restaurants, are a few kilometers southwest of the main Pokhara bazaar. Pokhara lies on a once vibrant trade route extending between India and Tibet. To this day, mule trains can be seen camped on the outskirts of the town, bringing goods to trade from remote regions of the Himalaya. This is the land of Magars and Gurungs, hardworking farmers and valorous warriors who have earned worldwide fame as Gurkha soldiers. The Thakalis, another important ethnic group here, are known for their entrepreneurial skill.

The climate of Pokhara is slightly warmer than Kathmandu with daytime temperature hovering around 15 degrees Celsius in winter and 35 degrees in summer. The monsoon season which lasts from mid-June to mid-September is very wet; in fact Pokhara records the highest rainfall in the country. Best time to visit is between October and April.

Lumbini
This is a full day trip, Fly in the morning & fly back to Kathmandu evening.

Situated in the Terai of southern Nepal, Lumbini is the place where Siddhartha Gautam, Buddha of this era, was born in 623 BC. This sacred place is marked by a stone pillar erected by Emperor Ashoka of India in 249 BC. It is listed as a World Heritage Site and is being developed as a place of pilgrimage and symbol of world peace. Many countries have built shrines and monasteries here reflecting the architectural traditions of their respective cultures. Near the Ashoka pillar is the Mayadevi Temple which houses a bas relief depicting the birth of Buddha. Recent excavations have turned up a stone bearing a "foot imprint", indicating the exact place of birth. The Puskarni pond, where Queen Mayadevi, the Buddha's mother, had taken a bath before giving birth to him lies to the south of the pillar.The Lumbini Museum, located in the Cultural Zone, contains Mauryan and Kushana coins, religious manuscripts, terra-cotta fragments, and stone and metal sculptures. It also possesses an extensive collection of stamps from various countries depicting Lumbini and the Buddha.

Lumbini International Research Institute (LIRI), located opposite the Lumbini Museum, provides research facilities for the study of Buddhism and religion in general. Run jointly by the Lumbini Development Trust (LDT) and the Reiyukai of Japan, LIRI contains some 12,000 books on religion, philosophy, art and architecture. Kapilvastu Museum is situated 27 km west of Lumbini in the village

Day Hiking
Nepal is truly a hiker’s paradise. The localities around the Kathmandu Valley offer many possibilities to commune with the nature. Here, you not only step into a different place but also into a different time.

Many strategic touristic places like Nagarkot, Dhulikhel or Shivapuri are ideal locations to centre your wanderings through the peripheral hills. The hikes among the hills, forests and villages with the eternal Himalayas as the backdrop will be one of the most satisfying experiences that you can have in Nepal.

In addition, the hiking experience offers you a glimpse into the authentic lives of the Nepalese people away from the glitz and glamour of the cities. Just a few kilometers from the capital city you can enjoy lifestyle, culture and traditions unlike any other in the world. It also gives you an opportunity to have interactions with the community members. This experience will surely bring about a human touch to your Nepal experience and closeness for the place and the people that you will cherish forever.

The Ultra Light Flight
To experience being air borne on the ultra Light aircraft in Nepal, you will have to head off to Pokhara. This scenic town surrounded by spectacular hills and commands great views of mountain peaks. It also has a giant lake and all the scenic places around it make it a great destination for traveling. Right from Icarus to the Wright brothers, man’s quest of developing wings as natural as the birds has never ended. The quest does limit itself somehow with the Ultra Light Aircraft. Ultra Light Aircraft is a small light weight airplane with an engine. Once you have taken off in to the air, this aircraft, in the right conditions can switch off its engine and glide through the air almost like a hand glider. The cockpit can be either enclosed or open depending on the aircraft. It gets its name for its light weight frame. The Ultra light flight gives you thrill and excitement of being in the air dependent on the wind, yet it does not involve any risk or danger. The flight has an engine to help with the landing process and can come handy if the weather decides to change. The cockpit has enough room for you and the pilot. The Ultra light flight is a great way to see spectacular mountain peaks and the earth below.

Paragliding day tour
Paragliding in Nepal can be a truly wonderful and fulfilling experience for the adventure seeker. A trip will take you over some of the best scenery on earth, as you share airspace with Himalayan griffin vultures, eagles, kites and float over villages, monasteries, temples, lakes and jungle, with a fantastic view of the majestic Himalaya. As you know, Gliding is a weather dependent sport that is why various aspects like fog, drizzle and wind is kept in mind before the flight. Like other sports such as Bungee and

Day Wild River Rafting
Nepal’s untamed rivers have attracted adventure goers from all around the world. It is one of those places rich in water sources. Nepal has been able to earn acclaim and recognition as one of the best destinations in the world for white water rafting. With rivers that range from grade 1 to 6, a rafting experience in Nepal is a perfect amalgamation of thrill and enjoyment. And because of such a wide range of river rafting grades, Nepal becomes perfect for the experienced as well as for novice rafters. Whether it is a one day rafting in the Trishuli or a lot more in Seti or Kali Gandaki, the thrill of a superb rafting experience can be experienced only in Nepal.

Adventure Everest View Flight (One hour flight from take off to land)
The Himalaya is the youngest yet highest mountain range in the world and forms a natural border for Nepal in the northern front. For Nepalese these mountains are the sacred abode of the gods but they also continue to captivate millions around the world. Due to their sheer majesty and beauty; tempting thousands to attempt at conquering its peaks. Those who actually reach the Himalaya will tell you that the experience can indeed be very humbling. Of the fourteen peaks higher than 8000 meters, eight are in Nepal. Although there is no denying that walking up and down the hills for a close up view of the Himalaya is very much worth the effort, this we have to confess is not for everyone, due to the physical and time requirements. The first ones to come to view are the peaks straight north of Kathmandu Valley, starting with the 8013m high Shisha Pangma, the 14th highest mountain in the world, which is actually located in Tibet, a few kilometers from the border. Then come a series of several smaller peaks beginning with Dorje Lakpa (6966m) which looks like the figure eight and is located on the eastern edge of Langtang National Park, followed by Phurbi Ghyachu (6637m) on its right, the 5970m Choba Bhamare which remains unconquered, Gauri Shankar (7134m) named after Lord Shiva and his consort, Melungtse (7181m) all part of the Rolwaling range.

Bungee jumping adventure day tour
Imagination of jumping down from a bridge 160 meters above a tropical gorge with the Bhote Kosi River, one of Nepal's wildest rivers raging below is enough to make your heartbeat run faster. And, it is the thrill of bungy jumping as it there is no fun for real adventure lover if challenge is not so hard and difficult. It is located within a reach of 4 hours outside Kathmandu and just 19 km away from the Tibet Border. The Bungy Bridge happens to be the only privately owned bridge in Nepal. It has been specially designed for bungy jumping with a 4x-safety factor and has a loading factor of 41,500 kg or 41.5   tons according to Swiss measurements. One would have to be totally insane or suicidal twisted to jump off the remarkable 500-ft (160 m) drop into the Bhote Kosi river gorge. As the Bungy Master nicknamed Rock advises the jumpers to ensure that pockets are empty and the girls have no loose jewelry coming in the way, nervous laughter erupts from the crowd when he strongly advises against taking intoxicants just before the jump. Jumper weights are recorded before the jump to use different cords for different categories of weights. The Green, Red and Black cords are used for the lightest, the heavier and the heavyweights accordingly. It is a perfect way of wild adventure.