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Lumbini To Swargadwari Tour
28th October 2017 to 14th April 2017

ITINERARY OPTION 1

Day 1: Drive from Kathmandu to Lumbini Night Journey on the way Dinner

Day 2: 05:00 AM we arrive at Lumbini Take breakfast and visit Local sight seen at Lumbini and Butwol Manimukunda Park After Lunch drive to palpa visit some Tourist place and overnight at Palpa Tansen HOME STAY

Day 3: Early in the morning visit local sight seen at Palpa after Breakfast drive to Ridi we will arrive Ridi and Take lunch and visit some Tourist place After that drive to Tamghash we will arrive Tamghas then go Resunga visit in the evening return back to Tamghash or if you interested can overnight at Resunga Ashram

Day 4: Early in the morning Breakfast After that drive to Sandikharka ( Arghakhanchi ) on the way we will visit local sight seen like Supa Deurali Temple overnight at Sandikharka ( Arghakhanchi)

Day 5: Early in the Morning Breakfast then drive to Swargadwari, Pyuthan On the way we will visit NARSING STAN HANGSAPUR BAMRUK we will arrive at swargadwari, Pyuthan hotel check inn overnight at Swargadwari, Pyuthan

Day 6: Early in the morning breakfast then return back to Kathmandu on the way Lunch

Ghumphir 2073 Special Offer: NPR 10,500.00 per person

ITINERARY OPTION 2

Day 1: Drive from Kathmandu to Lumbini ( around 285 Km driving 06-7hrs ) bus will start around 06am on the way Breakfast and Lunch yourself we will arrived at Lumbini around 14 :00 hotel check inn after re-fresh visit inside Lumbini overnight at Lumbini

Day 2: After breakfast drive to Palpa (near 85 KM driving hrs 2.5 hrs ) Journey will start around 08 Am we will arrive 10:30 after re-fresh take lunch then visit Palpa tourist place included Rani Mahal Overnight at Home stay at time you will feel own house

Day 3: After Breakfast drive to Ridi (around 65 Km driving 1:5 hrs ) Journey will start around 08 Am will arrived around 09:30 then visit Tourist place and doing Puja after that take Lunch ,After Lunch drive to Tamghash ( 40 KM driving 1 Hrs ) we will arrived around 02Pm directly going Resunga ( 3 KM take time 15 Minute ) if you are interested to stay at Ashram can stay or return back to Tamghash overnight at Hotel

Day 4: Early in the morning Breakfast After that drive to Sandikharka ( Arghakhanchi ) on the way we will visit Bichitra Gufa (cave) Dhurkote Gulmi (15 KM Driving 1 Hrs ) and NARSING STAN HANGSAPUR BAMRUK Arghakhanchi ( 35 KM 2 Hrs ) then ( 73 KM 3 Hrs) we will arrived Sandikharka Arghakhanchi 18 :00 overnight at hotel Sandikharka ( Arghakhanchi)

Day 5: Early in the Morning Breakfast then drive to Swargadwari, Journey will start 08 Am (On the way we will visit Supa Deurali Arghakhanchi we will arrive around 16:00 at swargadwari, Pyuthan if you are interested to overnight at Ashram can at swargadwari, Pyuthan or we have to return back to Bhingri for overnight at hotel check in overnight at Swargadwari, Pyuthan

Day 6: Early in the morning breakfast then drive to butwal on the way you can visit Tilaura kote and Mani Mukunda park Butwal overnight at Butwal

Day 7: Early in the morning Breakfast then back to Kathmandu on the way you can take Lunch and if you are interested to visit Manakamana temple can visit overnight at your sweet home

Ghumphir 2073 Special Offer: NPR 13,500.00 per person

Minimum Group Size: 25 persons (Cost increases for a group of less than 25 persons)

INCLUSIONS:

  • Twin  sharing base accommodation at Local Guesthouse, Hotel
  • Food every day Breakfast ,Lunch and dinner as per available one  vegetarian  and one  Non vegetarian
  • Local Transportation

EXCLUSIONS:

  • Personal expenses
  • Bar Bill and mineral water
  • Entry fee & Tips

For more details, contact:

Society of Travel & Tour Operators Nepal (SOTTO-NEPAL)

P.o Box: 21361, Nagpokhari, Kathmandu, Nepal

Tel/Fax: 00977-1-4442748

Email: info@sottonepal.org

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