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Nepal Gourmet Tour

Nepal Gourmet Tour

Duration : 6 nights / 7 days

Route : Kathmandu » Nagarkot » Bhaktapur » Kathmandu

Route Map


Detail Itinerary


Day 01: Kathmandu

Upon arrival at Tribhuvan International Airport, our representative welcomes you with flower garland and transfers to hotel. Depending on your arrival time, explore around the Thamel area on foot, indulge in a jet-lag massage and try one of the many great eateries the city has to offer.

Day 02: Kathmandu

In the morning cook up a storm with your private chef.

With our local chef by your side, you will learn how to grocery shop like Kathmandu’s locals at a neighborhood fresh market. Bargain hard for your daily bread so you can cook everything on today’s menu! Then fire up your work and transform those raw ingredients into authentic Nepalese food.

Savor the prepared dishes for lunch.

Remaining afternoon is at leisure to explore the city, go on a shopping spree or just relax.

In the evening, your guide will pick you up and embark with you on a fascinating “Flavors of Nepal” tour, tasting the diversity of Nepalese cuisine.

Day 03: Kathmandu

Discover Kathmandu with our experienced and fun guides - spend the day walking and listening to insider stories about Kathmandu. The guided sightseeing tour under ‘Glimpse of Kathmandu’ covers Bouddhanath Stupa and Kathmandu Durbar Square with food tasting at restaurants around our points of stopover.

Bouddhanath (World Heritage Site): This is the world's biggest Stupa located about 2 kilometers to the north of Pashupatinath Temple. This colossal edifice is known by the name of Bouddhanath, the god of wisdom. It is difficult to assign a period to its creation, as some believe that it was built during the reign of either Shiva Dev or AnshuVerma in the 7th century AD. The design is much like the Swayambhu Stupa, except that the spire consists of squares diminishing in size successively, instead of circles. Bouddhanath attracts Buddhist pilgrims from all over the world.

Kathmandu Durbar Square (World Heritage Site): Kathmandu Durbar Square is an overwhelming frenzy of art and architecture. The medieval palace complex is erected in different styles right beside the Kumari Temple. The enormous courtyard is locally known as the Basantapur Durbar, or Nautale Durbar, and the locality is called Basantapur. The square was constructed in 1770 AD upon the initiation of King Prithivi Narayan Shah to commemorate his successful conquest of the Kathmandu Valley in 1768 AD. The massive pagoda-like structure in the centre houses the tutelary deity of the Malla Kings. The palace building is a maze of stone-paved quadrangles. Coronation ceremonies, until recently, were performed in the main courtyard, the NyasalChowk. The palace façade is a mosaic of intricately carved windows, shaded by gently sloping roofs of shimmering brown tiles.

Day 04: Kathmandu - Nagarkot - Bhaktapur

Besides the fine craftsmanship of doors and windows, art and architecture, Bhaktapur is equally famous for its lush green fresh vegetables within the valley. Utilize the morningexploring the renowned medieval town of Bhaktapur.

For a taste of truly authentic Newari food, we visit a local farmer’s house to taste a home cooked meal made from local ingredients. The spicy food served in the traditional plate made from leaf called ‘lapte’ is worth an experience. Don’t forget to taste the strong local brew called ‘aaila’ and ask them to teach the recipe and components.

After lunch, learn from a local farmer how Kathmandu’s most famous vegetables are grown and take home some freshly picked ones from your new farmer friends. Continue your hike along the countryside visiting various plantations, meeting locals and taking tips of growing vegetables to reach Nagarkot. Watch the magnificent sunset and panoramic view of the valley.

Finish your journey with an entertaining dinner of fusion cuisine by bonfire at camp-site perched among the hills.

Day 05: Kathmandu

Morning at leisure to explore the city, do some last minute shopping, indulge one last time at the spa or simply relax at the hotel.

In the afternoon, your guide will pick you up for lunch at a restaurant for ‘Thakali’ food. ‘Thakali’ is one of the ethnic tribal communities famous for their skills in preparing delicious foods. Enjoy the lunch with your chef by your side.

After lunch, drive to one of the villages scattered around the valley to experience the traditional hospitality of Nepalese. Explore the vicinity and go for some local shopping for the dinner. Lend a hand to our host family in preparing meals.

Day 06: Kathmandu

Explore the day with our guide to the various eateries sprinkled within the valley. Also taste the street stall food and tea.

Day 07: Kathmandu

After a sumptuous breakfast at the hotel, the tour concludes with departure transfer to the airport with warm farewell from our representative.



Services Included


This package tour is personalized & individual and can be started at any time of the year. This tour is based on private departures, where you are benefit from having a private executive car and freedom to stop en-route for breaks or for photographic opportunities.

Air-conditioned car with driver, all inclusive. Fuel for car, Insurance, Road and State taxes, Toll taxes, Parking fees and all transport related expense including Driver's food and lodging.

Driver with excellent skills and record, a good knowledge of the area you are visiting and sufficient English to communicate with you.

The car will be with you from your arrival to departure with as many stops to sightseeing as you want enroute.

Double bed room with breakfast and all taxes included.

Accommodation in Double Rooms on twin sharing basis.

Transfers and land transportation according to proposed itinerary.

Meeting and assistance on arrival/departure at airports, hotels by our company representative.

1 Nights’ accommodation in a villager’s home as guest.

All gears for camping and cooking.



Services Not Included


Land Visa for 15 days per person USD: 25.00 upon arrival in Nepal.

Tips, laundry, telephone bills, portage and Beverages.

Meals unless specified.

Elephant ride at Amber fort in Jaipur.

Entrances to Monuments and other specified destination.

Movie / video camera fee at monuments.

Domestic or International airfare unless specified.

Medical or baggage insurance.

Airport Departure taxes, Visa Charges.

Tips and gratuities.

Any other service that has not been specified

Your game safaris in the National Parks unless specified above.

New Year, Christmas, festivals & Events Period (supplements to be advised, if required)



Frequently Asked Questions


Best time to visit India?

The best time to visit India is between October and March when the monsoon rains have ceased and the country is largely warm and dry. The climate does vary considerably by region though this is the peak travel season in Rajasthan and Kerala due to the agreeable weather conditions.

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Which places should I visit in India?

The most visited regions in India is Rajasthan and Kerala. Rajasthan is in North India and Kerala is in South India. Rajasthan is known for fairs and festivals, songs and ballads, folklore and folktales, and the traditional costumes these are still the part of the colourful and captivating state of Rajasthan.

Apart from Rajasthan in North India Agra, Orchha, Khajuraho and Varanasi are also the most visited places.

In South India Kerala is perhaps the most beautiful region on earth. It is less of a tour and more of a chance to find your peace, with a bit of sightseeing along the way. Kerala is also known for Kerala Backwaters, Ayurveda and Yoga.

Apart from Kerala Tamil Nadu is equally most visited place in South India. Tamil Nadu is mainly known for the ancient temples in India. If still you are confused which place to visit, please cunsult CozyNuk tour expert to help you.


How much does it cost to visit India?

Cost of tours depends on the category of hotels, transportation, air-fair and services. Off-season, high season and peak season also put major effect on the cost of tour. The more higher you go, the more you pay. Please go through below per person per day cost, for your reference:

1. Budget Tour : Less than 70 Euro / 80 USD
2. Medium Tour : 70 Eu to 150 Euro / 80 USD to 170 USD
3. Luxury Tour : 150 Eu to 250 Euro / 170 USD to 285 USD
4. High-End Tour : Above 250 Euro / Above 285 USD

In Budget Tours guests will get clean and decent 3 star to 4 star mixed category hotels and executive car with driver, with all expenses covered. Please consult CozyNuk tour advisor to set your holidays within your budget.


What are the best selling tours of India?

Most popular and best selling travel itineraries we have already given in our India tour packages. Check out few best selling tours of India. Book now to get the best deals:

1. 12 Days Kerala Ayurveda and Yoga Tour @ 1350 USD / 1210 Eur
2. 15 Days Best of Rajasthan @ 895 USD / 815 Eur
3. 13 Days Best of North India @ 900 USD / 820 Eur
4. 15 Days Best of North India and Nepal @ 1050 USD / 956 Eur
5. 6 Days Taj Mahal Tour from Delhi @ 360 USD / 325 Eur

If you want any specific theme or idea of your own holidays, please contact CozyNuk tour expert to help you.


Can I choose my own travel dates?

CozyNuk offers personalized & individual organized tours upto any number of travelers and can be started at any time of the year. Our package tours are based on private departures, where you are benefit from having a private executive car and freedom to stop en-route for breaks or for photographic opportunities. Also note that our tours can be customized according to your holidays and your interest.