Sarangkot/Australian Base CampTrekking/Chitwan Tour
Before reaching out to the Australian Base Camp, travelers will be touring Pokhara city. Pokhara, having the Himalayas as its backdrop offers a lot to the visitors. The Phewa lake, view of Machhapuchhare, David’s Fall, restaurants and bazzar are the attractions this city has to offer. Then, a drive to Phedi, is an easy accessed from Pokhara through bus and taxi transportations. Phedi is the starting point of the Australian base camp trek.
Australian Base Camp presents a breathtaking view of the Annapurna range.
From Australian Base Camp trekkers can head towards Naudanda (3hrs) and drive to Sarankot (1700m).
Sarangkot is a must visit as far as its unbeatable sunrise view is concerned. This place serves view of Mt.Dhaulagiri , Annapurna, Annapurna South, Annapurna I and Mt. Machhapuchhre.
After Sarangkot, next in line is the Chitwan National Park(CNP) which offers a great experience of wildlife and the landscape. In CNP, a wide variety of mammals including the single-horned rhinocerous, gaurs, leopards, sloth bear and antelope are seen apart from the usual elephant, deer and tigers. Jungle walk and canoeing
along the Rapti River is enjoyable in Chitwan.
After departing from Chitwan, travelers can visit major sightseeing places in the
Kathmandu city i.e. the three durbar squares; Kathmandu, Bhaktapur and Patan durbar squares and temples; Pashupatinath, Boudhanath Stupa, Swayambhunath.
Day 01: Kathmandu – drive by tourist bus to Pokhara 7hrs and half day sightseeing at Pokhara city
Day 02: Pokhara – drive 30mints to Phedi and trek to Australian Camp 5-6hrs / 2060m.
Day 03: Australian Camp – trek to Naudanda 3hrs and drive to Sarankot 1700m.
Day 04: Sarangkot – Sunrise view early morning and after Breakfast drive by private van to Chitwan National park for 2 nights 3 days package 7hrs
Day 05: CNP visiting
Day 06: Chitwan – departure after breakfast by private van for Kathmandu 6-7hrs
Day 07: Full Day sightseeing at Kathmandu “Bhaktapur durbar squares, Pashupatinath temple & Baudhanath Stupa”