Nepal Stopover Holiday 6 Days



  • Gaze up at the Himalaya mountain ranges with stunning views of Mt Everest
  • Marvel at Boudhanath Stupa adorned with colourful prayer flags
  • Stop by a Tibetan refugee camp and observe the life of Tibetans in exile
  • Retreat to the beautiful Phewa Lake in the lakeside city of Pokhara

Landlocked by China in the north and India in the east, south and west, Nepal’s façade is dramatically given away by the magnificent mountain ranges of the Himalayas with the jagged snow-capped summits of Mount Everest soaring skywards into the heavens above. Down below, cities appear as painted canvasses of labyrinthine streets flecked with a stunning array of medieval-style pagodas, stupas, and Tibetan Buddhist monasteries.

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Package Inclusions:

  • 5 nights hotel accommodation
  • Meals as indicated on the itinerary
  • Transportation & transfers
  • Admission to scenic attractions
  • Locally based English-speaking guides

Package Exclusions:

  • Airfares (please contact us for a quotation)
  • Optional activities
  • Prepaid tipping in Australia: $90
  • Nepal visa (mandatory)
  • Travel insurance (strongly recommended)
  • Personal expenses and anything else not stated

Price Guide:

  • Stay behind surcharge: Kathmandu from $250
  • Child price: Same as adult
  • Triple share: Not available

All prices, itineraries, airlines, hotels and cruise ships are subject to availability and change without prior notice. Nexus Holidays reserves the right to provide substitutes of similar standard and adjust the itinerary as we see fit to ensure the smooth running of the tour. Passengers must remain with the tour group at all times and must not deviate from the set itinerary. The total length of the tour in days includes time spent in flight and is subject to change depending on the flight schedule, please refer to the day by day itinerary for the time spent on land. Please check all information before booking. By booking, you accept all Booking Conditions.


Hotel Price Per Person Single Supplement Local Rating
Royal Singi Hotel or similar
Country Villa or similar
Da Yatra Courtyard or similar
$999 $400
Transfer to the airport this morning after breakfast. Board your flight to Kathmandu. You will be met at the airport and transferred to the hotel to rest.
Nepal Yogis
Begin your journey with an introductory tour of Kathmandu City. Visit Durbar Square, an intricate network of palaces, courtyards and temples. This was once the seat of the ancient Malla kings of Kathmandu. Head to Swayambhunath Stupa, which is perhaps Nepal’s most iconic temple complex. Afterwards, continue on to the colourful Boudhanath Stupa. This is the largest and most popular Buddhist complex in Nepal, drawing in many Buddhist pilgrims from around the world. A pair of giant painted eyes at the top of the temple, recalling those of the Buddha, keep a watchful gaze over the surrounding town. Proceed to Nagarkot and step back in time in Bhaktapur City, a living museum of remarkable medieval pagodas carved with elaborate Buddhist and Hindu symbols, and cobblestone streets and alleys peppered with redbrick homes.

Notes: Some major and significant historical sites in Kathmandu were extensively damaged by the earthquake in 2015 and are currently being restored.

Boudhanath Stupa
Rise early today for your chance to observe one of the best sunrise views of the Himalayas. Enjoy a picturesque drive to Pokhara with breathtaking views of the snow-capped Himalayan mountain range from afar. Pokhara is an idyllic lakeside city and the gateway to the Annapurna Circuit – one of the most popular trekking circuits, with excellent vantage points of the mighty Mount Everest. At the borders of Pokhara is Phewa Lake where it is possible to see Macchapucchre and Annapurna mountain ranges reflected on the surface of the crystal clear water.
Phewa Lake
Visit Sarangkot this morning, from where you can see Annapurna and the peaks of Dhaulagiri (8167m) in the west, to Maccapuchhare (6997m), and the rounded peak of Annapurna II (7937m) in the east. Thereafter, visit a Tibetan refugee camp. Many Tibetan refugees fled to this city in the 1960s after the Chinese invasion of Tibet, and now live here in exile. Most are self-sufficient, earning their living selling souvenirs around the lakeside or producing and trading woollen carpets and other handicraft items. Travel onwards to Gupteshwor Mahadev Cave, a cave dedicated to Lord Shiva, one of the many Hindu gods.
Return to Kathmandu, stopping at Thamel, a shopping mecca in Nepal. Meander through shops for souvenirs such as handicrafts, jewellery, or clothing, or relax and unwind at a local café. Dine on authentic Nepalese cuisine and enjoy a dance performance this evening.
Handicraft of Nepal
Transfer to the airport for your onward journey.