Nepal Education Tour

Duration

10

Country

Nepal

Activity

City tour

Accomodation

Hotel

Best Season

All Time

Cost

750

Meals

BB

Trip Highlight:

• Visit UNESCO’s world heritage sites including Chitwan National Park, Lumbini, and Kathmandu valley.
• See historical and cultural sites while sightseeing in Kathmandu.
• Explore the international mountain museum and the ancient cave in Pokhara.
• Astounding sunrise views over the mountain ranges from Sarangkot.
• Boating at Phewa Lake.
• Explore Maya devi temple: The birthplace of Siddharth Gautam Buddha who is the originator of Buddhism.
• Visit the monasteries built by the different nations in Lumbini.
• Elephant and Jeep safari inside Chitwan National Park.
• Encounter endangered animals like the Royal Bengal tiger, One-horn rhino, and other wild animals.

Overview:

An educational tour in Nepal is a popular excursion among students of schools, colleges, and universities. The educational tour that students take in Nepal is the ideal way for them to learn about many topics through their own experience. A student’s life is filled with learning. Nepal has a lot to offer both domestic and international students given its natural and cultural diversity. One of the most cherished educational tours is the one to Nepal for students. Adventure, history, geography, scenery, mountain, culture, and religion trips are a few of the well-liked educational excursions in Nepal.

Student educational tour in Nepal offers multi-adventure package trips for all age student groups in various trekking regions (Annapurna trekking, Langtang trekking, & Everest trekking), as well as all package tours in Nepal, including Kathmandu valley historical sightseeing tours. Nepal is well known for both vacation and educational travel. Every year, people from other nations learn about Nepal, the Nepali way of life, the local flora and fauna, culture, and art. Researchers and students in their various stages of education travel to Nepal. Nepal is a popular research destination for Ph.D. students as well.

Nepal educational tour attracts many scholars because of its abundance of historical, religious, and cultural sites, as well as its ancient past, rich culture, and diverse flora and fauna. In addition, many academics interested in Buddhist Studies are attracted to the region where Lord Buddha was born. Similarly, many academics are fascinated by supernatural traditions, yoga, and meditation.

According to student preferences and vacation schedules, educational tours of Nepal can take anywhere from four days to three weeks. We provide educational tours in Nepal so that students can spend their academic break traveling around the Himalayan country of Nepal. In Nepal, there are many places to travel and discover new things. Every new place in Nepal has its own distinct beauty, history, and culture. Kathmandu, Pokhara, Lumbini, Chitwan, Rural villages and the Himalayas of Nepal are the most famous destination for an educational trip in Nepal.

Vehicle Nepal is a registered company that belongs to Graceful Adventure. Our company provides the best itinerary for the educational tour in Nepal as per guest preference. We can arrange everything from arrival to departure in Nepal during your tour. We provide all kinds of services including accommodations, accessibility, and amenities. We will provide knowledgeable and professional guides who can make your tour more productive.

Food

Foods are very important during the educational tour in Nepal. Varieties of foods are available during the educational trip in Nepal which we can prepare for you according to your choice. Depending on your preferences, we provide Thai, Chinese, Indian, Nepali, Korean, Italian, and many other cuisines in Kathmandu, Lumbini, Chitwan, and Pokhara. You will always receive hygienic, nutritious food prepared by trained professionals.

Visa Process in Nepal

Except for Indian citizens, every traveler seeking to visit Nepal must get a Nepal visa. At the time of entry, a permit for Nepal may be requested. Before you travel to Nepal, you may need access to some countries. Make sure your passport is still valid for at least six months after the date of the trip. If you plan to traverse Nepal, be careful to secure a multiple-entry visa.

The cost of a Visa in Nepal is:

  • For 15 days= US$30
  • For 30 days= US$50
  • For 90 days= US$125

Itinerary:

  • Day 1- Arrival in Nepal

    Welcome to Nepal. Our representative will pick you up from the airport. Our representative will be at the airport to receive you according to your arrival schedule with a plyboard of your name or organization name. Then our representative will escort you to your respective hotel. Overnight in Kathmandu

  • Day 2- Full-day Kathmandu Sight-seeing

    The capital of Nepal, Kathmandu, is well-known for its religious architecture. Seven of these structures; Kathmandu Durbar Square, Bhaktapur Durbar Square, Patan Durbar Square, Pashupatinath, Boudhanath, Swaymbhunath, and Changunarayan Temple have been recognized by UNESCO as World Heritage Sites. You’ll tour the Kathmandu Valley’s hotspots on this day. You will visit Swayambhunath, Kathmandu Durbar Square, and Bhaktapur Durbar Square after breakfast. A tour guide will take you to the main locations and give you in-depth information about the local festivals, monuments, and architecture. Overnight in Kathmandu

  • Day 3- Drive to Pokhara from Kathmandu

    You’ll leave the hotel after breakfast and take the Prithivi Highway to Pokhara. Pokhara, the second-largest city in Nepal, is surrounded by beautiful lakes and mountains. Depending on the condition of the roads, it will take about 7-8 hours to travel from Kathmandu to Pokhara. You are pleasantly welcomed by amazing mountain ranges before being taken to the hotel. After freshening up, you can enjoy the nightlife of the lakeside, Pokhara. Overnight in Lakeside, Pokhara

  • Day 4- Explore Pokhara

    Pokhara city is a well-liked vacation spot in Nepal. Pokhara, a city of lakes and scenic surroundings, offers breathtaking views of mountain ranges including the Annapurna, Machhapuchre, Himchuli, and others. Early morning, you’ll drive to see the dawn over the mountain ranges. After enjoying a breathtaking sunrise view of the Annapurna Himalayan range, you’ll head back to the lakeside area. After breakfast, you’ll start your sightseeing tour of the gorgeous lake city of Pokhara. You’ll start off by visiting Davis Falls and the Gupteswor Mahadev cave. Your next visit will be the International Mountain Museum, where you can learn about the past and see pictures of the mountains, people who live in them, and famous mountaineers who have scaled some of the highest peaks in the world. Later, travel to a peaceful stupa so you can watch the sunset from there. You can relax in the peaceful environment in the lakeside area of Pokhara after visiting all these wonderful locations there. Overnight in Pokhara.

  • Day 5- Drive to Lumbini

    Wake up and explore the Talbarahi temple by boating. After breakfast, you’ll leave for Lumbini. Lumbini is the birthplace of Siddharth Gautam Buddha who is the originator of Buddhism and is listed as a world heritage site by UNESCO. After arriving in Lumbini, you’ll tour a few monasteries and temples built by devotees of many beliefs throughout the world, including Chinese, Japanese, Thai, Burmese, and others. You’ll then drive back to your chosen hotel. Overnight in Lumbini

  • Day 6- Explore the Lumbini

    One of the most significant historical, religious, and architectural places on earth is Lumbini. Today will be spent maximizing your exploration of Lumbini. It is a large region full of historic sites, buildings, and temples, making it a UNESCO World Heritage Site. You’ll visit the Mayadevi temple in the early hours of the morning, which was built on the site of the birth of Gautam Buddha. The oldest inscription in Nepal may be seen on Ashoka’s Pillar, which was constructed by Emperor Ashoka in the birthplace of Buddha (249 BC). Then you’ll explore the all-remaining stupas built by different countries which take the whole day. Overnight in Lumbini

  • Day 7- Drive to Chitwan from Lumbini

    After having breakfast at the hotel, you’ll drive towards Chitwan. According to road conditions, it’ll take approximately 4-5 hours to reach Chitwan from Lumbini. After reaching Chitwan you’ll engage in a Jeep safari where you can encounter many wild animals and aquatic animals. Then you’ll visit the local village. After dinner, you will attend the Tharu cultural dance. Overnight in Chitwan

  • Day 8- Full-day adventure activities in Chitwan National Park

    The Chitwan National Park is the country of Nepal’s first national park. You will spend the entire day in Chitwan National Park today. The Royal Bengal tiger and the endangered one-horned rhinoceros are the two main attractions of Chitwan National Park. A variety of unusual creatures and vibrant birds can be seen while you are taking a tour through the forest. But there is much more to the park, which is home to over 700 different species of flora and fauna. You might spot sloth bears, leopards, deer, monkeys, crocodiles, and other wildlife on the elephant safari. Overnight in Chitwan

  • Day 9- Drive back to Kathmandu

    Following breakfast, you’ll drive back to Kathmandu by Prithivi Highway. After arriving in Kathmandu, you’ll escort to your respective hotel. Overnight in Kathmandu

  • Day 10- Final Departure

    This is your final day for the educational tour in Nepal. According to your departure time, our representative will manage everything and drop you off at the airport.

Essential info:

Accommodation is very important during the educational tour in Nepal. Quality lodging with a wide range of amenities in Pokhara, Chitwan, and Kathmandu, including A/C, heaters, hot/cold showers, comfy beds, and electrical outlets. We provide a selection of hotels that range from deluxe to luxurious and are rated from one to five stars. We can also provide a budget hotel as per your preference.

Place

Hotel

Kathmandu Marriot, Hayat Regency, Soaltee, Ramada Encore
Pokhara Temple tree, Bar Peepal Resort, Waterfront, Hotel Barahi
Chitwan Green Park, Park Safari, Jungle Crown
Lumbini Buddha Maya Garden

But in the rural area of Nepal, star ranges of hotels are not available, So, you’ve to accommodate in Homestay/lodge. The majority of teahouses have twin-sharing arrangements, while single bedrooms can be arranged upon request. Local people welcome you warmly which makes your educational tour more special.

FAQ:

Students get a wonderful opportunity to learn about Nepal’s rich culture, history, and scenic beauty through educational tours there. The Himalayan mountain range, which is home to Mount Everest, the highest peak in the world, is one of Nepal’s most breathtaking natural features.

Nepal is considered a year destination but the best time to go to Nepal depends on the activities that you’ll be engaged. Spring and Autumn is the best time for the educational tour in Nepal as the clear weather and blue sky make the vacation more special.

In Nepal, there are numerous options for educational trips, including student tours, budget tours, and academic tours. All ages of students can take advantage of educational excursions that emphasize learning about Nepal’s history and culture. Many of the same activities found on student tours are also featured on budget tours, which are created with tourists on a budget in mind. Academic tours, which include trips to research sites, discussions with local experts, and workshops, are intended for students specializing in anthropology, geography, or environmental science.

Varieties of food are available while on an education tour in Nepal. Cuisine from different countries like; Thai, Chinese, Korean, Italian, and others are available on this trip. Similarly, authentic Nepali cuisine is available in the city and rural areas.

In the city areas, you can get a one-star to a five-star hotel with the best accommodation facilities. You’ll be accommodated at the teahouse in the trekking areas.  We can provide luxurious, deluxe, and budget hotels according to your preference.

During your educational tour in Nepal, you should bring clothes according to the weather, regular medicine, water bottle, first aid kit, flashlight, and shoes (hiking and normal).

Yes, all foreigner except Indians needs a visa to enter Nepal. Passports must be valid for at least six months at the time of arrival into Nepal in order to be approved for a tourist visa. And also, some passport-size photos.

For 15 days= US$30

For 30 days= US$50

For 90 days= US$125

The documents that you require for your travel to Nepal are;

  • Visa
  • Passport
  • A photocopy of the passport (it’s better to have it just in case it is needed)
  • Insurance papers
  • A list of the prescribed medications that you are using
  • PP-sized photos

Yes, electrical outlets are available during educational tour in Nepal.

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