Honeymoon Tour in Nepal
Enjoy your honeymoon in Nepal
The Honeymoon Tour in Nepal package is for newlyweds. We provide an exciting honeymoon package tour if you’re seeking the Best Honeymoon Destinations. Nepal is a paradise destination for romantic holiday seekers. The presence of many natural and cultural attractions amidst the most courteous people makes Nepal the perfect place to start your marital life.
Peregrine understands the essence of love and togetherness between couples. Therefore, we have designed this magnificent honeymoon tour in Nepal. We provide a fantastic Itinerary for couples to start their married life in the most romantic atmosphere.
Imagine spending an evening with your partner on the bank of a lake viewing mountain ranges, woods, and hills. On the other hand, staring at hills where the sun is setting behind the Himalayas will be the finest moment of your life. The historic century-old architectural landmark heritage buildings included in UNESCO WORLD HERITAGE sites are popular tourist destinations. Similarly, getting wet together in the spectacular waterfalls is an enjoyable activity.
Also, imagine the jungle safari and majestic helicopter tour in the Everest region and other places of Nepal. All of these activities are available as part of the Honeymoon tour package. Honeymoon Tour in Nepal program will find the best honeymoon destinations for you.
Most of the crew members of the Peregrine Treks & Tour are married, and we highly recommend you start your new phase in life on the laps of the Himalayas. Likewise, we can tailor-make, as promised, your honeymoon tour in Nepal. We will professionally organize your trips to Nepal’s mountains, lakes, waterfalls, palaces, and culturally exciting destinations.
Come and book a honeymoon tour in Nepal package with us and witness the start of your spiritual bonding with your partner in beautiful natural Nepal.
Our company representative hearty welcomes you at Tribhuvan International Airport or Bus Park and departs you at your pre-booked hotel. If you arrive before 6 PM at your hotel, our tour guide provides little information about tomorrow’s program. Otherwise, the Tour guide provides information at the time of breakfast.
Meals: Not Included
The ancient city of Patan is a city of beauty. It is indeed a city of beauty and grace and is planned in a circular format with Buddhist Stupas at each of the four points of the compass. The town is 3 KM southeast of Kathmandu across the Bagmati River. The city contains Buddhist monuments and Hindu Temples with fine bronze gateway, guardian goddesses, and magnificent carvings. The town is believed to have been built during the reign of Vira Dev in A.D 299.
Patan Durbar Square, Krishna Temple, Hiranya Varna Mahavihar, Kumbeheshwar, Jagat Narayan, Mahaboudda, Rudra Varna Mahavihar, Ashoka Stupas, and Machhendranat Temple are the main attractions of Patan city.
Bhaktapur is a medieval art and architecture museum with many fine examples of sculpture, woodcarving, and colossal pagoda shrines consecrated to diverse gods and goddesses. The city is shaped like a conch shell, one of the emblems of the god Vishnu and was founded by Kind Ananda Deva in A.D. 889. The city is 1402m above sea level. Pottery and weaving are their major traditional industries. The city lies fifteen kilometres to the east of Kathmandu.
Siddha Pokhari (lake), Royal Palace, The lion gate, The golden gate, The Palace of Fifty-Five Windows, The picture gallery, The statue of King Bhupatindra Malla, Bastila Temple, The Pashupati Tempe, Nyatapola Temple, Bhairab Nath Temple, Dattatreya Temple, Mayur Jhyal (Peacock windows), etc. are the main attraction here.
Nagarkot lies 32 kilometres east of Kathmandu, is one of the most attractive spots in the Bhaktapur district, and is renowned for its remarkable sunrise view of the Himalayas when the weather is clear. Visitors often travel to Nagarkot from Kathmandu to spend the night to be there for the mind-blowing sunrise.
Nagarkot has acquired recognized as one of the best spots to view Mount Everest and other snow-topped peaks of the Himalayan range of eastern Nepal. It also offers an outstanding observation of the Indrawati river valley to the east. With an elevation of 2195 meters, Nagarkot also offers a panoramic view of the Kathmandu Valley and is explained by visitors as a place whose beauty endures year-round.
Changu Narayan (2075M) is a pagoda-style Hindu temple devoted to Vishnu in his avatar as Narayan. It is one of the oldest temples in Nepal, but because it is a bit off the beaten track, tourists seldom visit it.
This temple is pretty beautiful, especially the repose doors and front smokescreen; Changu Narayan is not known for its time, but the stone statues, carvings, and carvings are dispersed around the temple courtyard.
It was initially constructed in the early 4th century during the Licchavi dynasty; Changu Narayan was reconstructed around 1700AD after a fire destroyed the temple. The pebble statues in the temple square were done around the 5th and 13th centuries, making this one of the single-greatest meditations of antique art in Nepal.
Facing the entrance to the main temple is a giant stone statue of a genuflection Garuda, upon whom Vishnu is said to ride. This statue dates from the 5th century. Behind the statue is a legend stone from the fifth century that has provided a great deal of evidence about the Licchavi period in the Kathmandu Valley’s history.
Also in front of the temple’s main entrance, in an ornate tiny cage, are small statues of King Bupathindra Malla and his queen.
To the right of the temple’s appearance, there are several smaller monuments and a platform with only a carved stone atop it. This bas-relief carving, which has had its upper-right corner broken off, depicts two different personifications of Vishnu.
At the bottom of the stone, Vishnu is shown resting on a bed of snakes, the same pose portrayed in the giant statue of Budhanilkantha. Above this, a 10-headed vertical Vishnu is shown. The detail in this fifth or sixth-century stone carving is surprising.
Near the famous double Vishnu is a stone depicting an additional incarnation of Vishnu, the half-man, half-lion Narasimha. In the northeast angle of the courtyard is an essential bas-relief that you might distinguish. It shows Vishnu riding on the back of Garuda and is typical for the image on the back of the Ten Rupees note of Nepal.
After breakfast, drive to Pashupatinath Hindu Temple, 28 kilometres northwest of Nagarkot, the holiest of all the Shiva shrines in Nepal. It is the abode of Lord Pashupatinath, the guardian spirit of Nepal. The temple of Pashupatinath is a sizeable double-roofed pagoda of brass and gilt; the gateway is plated with silver. It stands on the western bank of the Bagmati about five-kilometre northeast of Kathmandu and contains the sacred Linga of Lord Shiva.
Before the temple stands an enormous gift figure of the bull Nandi, the mount of Shiva, flanked by a golden trident. A crematorium is outside the temple by the side of the vast but narrow river, and the wood environment is dotted with small monuments. On the yearly festival of Maha Shivaratri (February/March), the temple is visited by thousands of believers, including many pilgrims from Nepal and India. The temple is also the site of several festivals and rituals.
This Colossal Stupa, one of the biggest in the world, is situated 2 kilometres north of Pashupatinath. The splendid some of Bouddhanath Stupa is approximately 120 ft in diameter, 1hec in width, and 43m in height. Its straightforwardness of form is its principal feature, unique amongst massive Stupas in the valley in its lack of the attached five shrines of the Buddha.
Some believe it characterizes fat Adibuddha (Half Buddha), the first or Primitive Buddha, free of conceptual releases. Only the steps built into it on the north side, seemingly the ladder Sakyamuni ascended into Tushita heaven, berks its regularity. A thick layer of whitewash coats the dome, and the form of a double lotus depicted in saffron water paints it.
This can be supported on various promising dates and is also done annually on Dashain Purne (Full Moon at the time of Dashain) occurring on the Full Moon in September by the Bouddhanath Area Development Committee. Bouddhanath, the dome, is an added terrace with a remarkable 108 niches filled with stone sculptured deities of the Nyingmapa School’s pantheon.
They replace the usual five Buddha shrines in defining the content of the Stupa-Mandala; these images were almost certainly commissioned by Sakya Zangpo in the 16th century when the present Stupa was built. On top of the Stupa: Water, Ether, air, fire, and earth.
It lies 10 KM west of Bouddhanath Stupa. It is two thousand years old, making it one of the world’s oldest and most glorious Buddhist charities. The Chaitys (Stupa), which forms the main structure, is composed of a solid hemisphere of brick and earth supporting a lofty conical spire capped by a panicle of gilt copper. Painted on the four-sided base of the spire are the all-seeing eyes of Lord Buddha. It stands on a hill, Stupa style.
Meals: Breakfast and Dinner
After breakfast, you will be transported from the hotel to your destination.
We have daily departures for this trip, so we recommend that you book it according to your schedule. We will customize the tour/trekking package to your specific needs. We are concentrating on the private trip, taking into account numerous elements such as COVID, trekkers' physical fitness, available time, and budget. Because these elements may or may not be compatible with the individual traveler.
Similarly, during the trek/tour, we will be pleased to supply you with pre/post accommodation as well as other supplementary services such as a domestic flight and an additional porter. Please fill out this customized form for your convenience.
Customize this trip with help from our local travel specialist that matches your interests.
We accept major currencies such as the US Dollar, the Great Britain Pound, the Euro, the Australian Dollar, the Singapore Dollar, the Indian Rupee, the Swiss Franc, the Canadian Dollar, the Japanese Yen, the Chinese Yuan, the Saudi Arabian Riyal, the Qatari Riyal, the Thai Baht, the UAE Dirham, the Malaysian Ringgit, the South Korean Won, the Swedish Kroner, the Danish Kroner, the Hong Kong Dollar, the Kuwaiti Dinar, and the Bahrain Dinar.
Type C, D, and M power plugs and sockets are used. The standard voltage and frequency are 230 V and 50Hz, respectively.
Vaccinations You must be completely vaccinated against COVID-19 at least 14 days before traveling to Nepal. Vaccination documentation is required.
On Arrival Visas are available at Nepal's entrance points for travelers. Travelers from Nigeria, Ghana, Zimbabwe, Swaziland, Cameroon, Somalia, Liberia, Ethiopia, Iraq, Palestine, Afghanistan, and Syria, on the other hand, are required to obtain a visa through their nearest Nepalese diplomatic post (embassy/consulate).
To confirm the trek/tour package, we want a deposit of at least 20% of the total tour/trek fee. The remaining balance must be paid when you arrive in Nepal. We take Visa, Maestro, MasterCard, American Express, and other major credit cards. The total cost of a Bhutan and Tibet tour must be paid in full at the time of booking.
We strongly advise you to purchase a SIM card for reliable internet access throughout Nepal. Nepal Telecom (owned by the government) and NCELL (owned by the private sector) are the two main SIM card providers in Nepal. It is preferable to get a SIM card at an airport, where staff will assist with activation and data plan purchases. If you have a SIM card, it will be easier for you to contact us and locate our airport agent.
You can charge your electrical devices at hotels and lodges because there are no power outages. In the Himalayan region, however, hotel owners may levy a nominal fee.
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