Nepal UNESCO World Heritage Site Tour - 14 Days

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US$ 1500/pp  

Nepal UNESCO World Heritage Site Tour - 14 Days

  • Starting Cost
    US$ 1500
  • Duration:
    14 Days
  • Destinaiton:
  • Seson:
    Spring and Autumn
  • Difficulty Level:
  • Max Altitude:
    3,780 m


  • Explore Kathmandu, Bhaktapur and Patan Durbar Square.
  • Visit Swayambhunath and Bouddhanath Stupa, Tengboche Monastery and the monastic site of Lumbini.
  • Visit Pashupatinath Temple and the oldest temple of Nepal, Changunarayan.
  • Scenic flight en route to Lukla
  • Experience three of the of the world’s most extreme, i.e. Tenzing-Hillary Airport, Hotel Everest View and Mount Everest. 
  • Vista of Mount Everest, Lhotse, Makalu, Cho Oyu, Nuptse, Pumori, Ama Dablam, and Thamserku.
  • Explore the birthplace of Gautam Buddha, Lumbini and its monastic sites.
  • Experience Tharu Culture and their cultural dance in Chitwan.
  • Various wildlife activities inside Chitwan National Park.
  • Magnificent sundown on the horizon of Narayani River.


A journey like none other, the UNESCO World Heritage Site Tour takes you to all the UNESCO listed World Heritage Sites of Nepal. Beginning our journey from Kathmandu valley, exploring its rich history filled with medieval arts and architecture. The ancient city of Kathmandu is a captivating blend of legends, mysticism, and urban vibrancy. Kathmandu’s past is filled with tales of mystical beings and its birth from the actions of a Bodhisattva who emptied a massive lake. Now a bustling urban hub, Kathmandu is a blend of the old and the new. 


From Kathmandu we take a flight to Lukla, gateway to Mount Everest, starting a mini trek adventure in the Sagarmatha National Park. The 6 days trek commences as we make our way to Phakding from Lukla the very day we land there. From Phakding, we climb a steep path, savoring awe-inspiring vistas of the magnificent Himalayas, flowing glacial rivers, colorful prayer flags, and sacred mani stones. We get our first glimpse of Mount Everest as we make our way to the delightful Sherpa town of Namche Bazaar by early evening. Namche stands as the largest and most prosperous town in the Khumbu region, hosting a bustling bazaar every Saturday. The next day, we take our day off and acclimatize in Namche by hiking up to the Syangboche airstrip and the world's highest hotel, Everest Hotel View. From Namche Bazaar, we trek to Tengboche and explore the famous Tengboche Monastery. 


After landing back to Kathmandu, we go on a continuous journey to Lumbini and then to Chitwan simultaneously. The UNESCO World Heritage Site of Lumbini comprises the sacred garden, monasteries, and archaeological remains, providing visitors with an opportunity to explore the historical and cultural significance of the area. In addition to its religious importance, Lumbini offers visitors a unique cultural experience. The Lumbini International Monastic Zone features monasteries built in various architectural styles, reflecting the diversity of Buddhist traditions from around the world. Visitors can observe and participate in Buddhist rituals, meditation practices, and cultural programs organized by these monasteries. 


Chitwan National Park is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and a significant conservation area, protecting some of the last remaining populations of endangered species like the one-horned rhinoceros, Bengal tiger, and Asian elephant. Chitwan's unique ecosystem and biodiversity have made it a crucial area for environmental research and conservation efforts. It is one of Nepal's major tourist attractions, drawing visitors from around the world to experience its natural wonders. The park offers a range of activities, including jungle safaris, elephant rides, canoeing, and bird watching, allowing visitors to immerse themselves in the region's rich wildlife.

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Cost Include

  • International and Domestic airport transfers via private vehicle.
  • Double occupancy accommodation for 3 nights in Kathmandu and 2 nights in Lumbini, and Chitwan, staying in 3-star hotels with breakfast included. 4 nights in a teahouse during the trek in Everest Region.
  • Private vehicle for all ground transportation.
  • Guided city tours in Kathmandu, Lumbini, and Chitwan with an English-speaking licensed guide on a private vehicle.
  • Wages, accommodation, meals, gear, insurance, and medications for all staff.
  • Entry permits and fees for temples, parks, monasteries, and other cultural and historical sites.
  • All administrative expenses and government taxes are included.

Cost Exclude

  • Lunch and Dinner during the tour.
  • International and Domestic flight fare.
  • Nepal Entry Visa (Visa can be obtained easily upon arrival at Tribhuvan International Airport in Kathmandu, with a fee of (USD 30 for a 15-day visa, USD 50 for a 30-day visa and USD 125 for a 90-day visa).
  • Tips for staff, drivers and guides.
  • Travel insurance.
  • Early check-in and late check-out subject to Hotel availability.
  • Personal expenses (shopping, snacks, boiled bottled water, hot beverages like tea or coffee, cold drinks, hot showers, alcohol, mobile sim, etc).
  • Any further expenses that are not included in the "Include" section.

Additional Information

Physical Fitness

“Nepal UNESCO World Heritage Site Tour” is suitable for individuals of all backgrounds; but we recommend you to prioritize cardiovascular fitness, strength, and endurance in your training routine as trekking in Everest Region is physically demanding which involves long hours of walking at high altitudes. 


Consult with a healthcare professional before starting any fitness program, especially if you have pre-existing health conditions.


Accommodations for the duration of the tour will be provided at a comfortable 3-star property in Kathmandu, Chitwan and Lumbini. Whereas during the trek in Everest region, you will be staying in a guesthouse.

You can upgrade to higher rated property for an additional charge in all the destinations.

Environment Considerations

  • Respect local customs and the environment. Follow the principles of "Leave No Trace" and contribute to responsible tourism.
  • Bring a refillable water bottle and purification tablets to reduce plastic waste.

Weather Condition

Kathmandu Valley encompasses three major regions: Kathmandu, Lalitpur, and Bhaktapur, which have the same weather pattern. Kathmandu valley experiences cool mornings and evenings, but the days are relatively warm, with midday showers during the monsoon season. It's advisable to pack your clothes according to the time of year you plan to travel, ensuring you have appropriate attire for the diverse climates encountered during this tour.

Chitwan enjoys a subtropical climate characterized by distinct seasons. Summers (March to June) are hot and humid, with temperatures soaring above 38°C. Monsoon season (June to September) brings heavy rainfall and lush greenery. Winters (November to February) are mild and dry, with temperatures ranging from 9°C to 22°C. Spring and autumn offer pleasant weather, making them perfect for jungle safaris and outdoor adventures.

Lumbini experiences a subtropical climate with distinct seasons. Summers (March to June) are hot and humid, with temperatures often exceeding 37°C. Monsoon season (June to September) brings heavy rainfall. Winters (November to February) are mild and dry, with temperatures ranging from 8°C to 21°C. Spring and autumn are pleasant, ideal for visiting the sacred sites. The best time to visit Lumbini is during spring (March to May) and autumn (September to November) for comfortable weather.

The Khumbu region, home to Sagarmatha National Park, has a high-altitude climate. Summers (June to August) are mild, with daytime temperatures around 12°C to 19°C. Monsoon season (June to September) brings heavy rainfall and cloud cover, impacting trekking visibility. Winters (December to February) are cold, with temperatures often below freezing. Spring (March to May) and autumn (September to November) are the best times to trek, with clear skies and moderate temperatures during the day.

Tour Documents

  • Two passport-sized photos
  • A copy of international flight ticket
  • A copy of travel insurance

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You only need to bring comfortable clothes for this tour; there's no requirement for special equipment. However, for your convenience, here's a general idea of personal items you may want to consider bringing. These are optional and depend on your preferences and the time of year you're traveling.

Note -  Winter clothing is only required in the months of November, December, January and February. 


  1. Sun Hat or Beanies 
  2. Sun Glasses
  3. Pollution Mask
  4. Long-sleeve shirts and T-shirt
  5. Day Pack
  6. Liner Gloves and Socks
  7. Scarfs and Balaclavas 


  1. Casual Shoes and Sandals 

Creams and Medications 

  1. Tinted Sunscreen SPF 50 and above.
  2. Moisturizer 
  3. Mosquito Repellent Cream 
  4. Medication for your Allergies 
  5. Blister Kit



  1. Waterproof cover for your backpack
  2. Quick-dry towel
  3. Personal identification and necessary permits
  4. Money (cash) in small denominations
  5. Passport-size photos for permits
  6. Power bank or extra batteries
  7. Wet Wipes

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Mountain Tiger is renowned for its adept leadership on treks, boasting experienced guides and attentive staff who cater to every aspect of your journey for nearly two decades. As a certified sustainable travel operator, we wholeheartedly support the concept of community contribution, engaging in diverse philanthropic endeavors.

You have two options for booking your flight to and from Nepal: you can either book directly through our platform, or you can reach out to us, as our sister company is an IATA certified ticketing agency, and they can assist you with the booking process.

The best time for the Nepal UNESCO World Heritage Site Tour is during the pre-monsoon (spring) season (March to early June) and post-monsoon (autumn) season (Mid September to November) when the weather is relatively stable, and the skies are clear.

We recommend having cash of around USD 15-20; it should suffice for any additional costs you may need for a day.

Generally travelling solo does cost more compared to traveling with a group, as you’ll be responsible for covering all costs independently that includes food, accommodation, transportation and even leverage in negotiation. However, our program is structured to minimize additional expenses for solo travelers, requiring additional costs only for private trips or in the event of tour date postponements.

It's advisable to dress modestly out of respect for local customs and traditions, especially when visiting religious sites such as temples or monasteries. While there isn't a strict dress code for most attractions, it's best to avoid clothing that is too revealing or inappropriate for a cultural setting. If we'll be visiting any sites with specific dress code requirements, such as temples or religious monuments, we’ll surely inform you in advance so you can dress accordingly.

We advise against consuming street food in Nepal without consulting us first, as only a few vendors maintain proper hygiene standards. Additionally, it's important to take precautions such as wearing a pollution mask during tours, applying sunscreen and wearing a sun hat to shield yourself from the sun's rays, and only drinking filtered water to ensure your safety and well-being.

Tipping is customary during treks in Nepal but less common during tours. While Nepal doesn't have a strong tipping culture, it's entirely optional if you choose to tip and the amount is at your discretion.

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