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Friday, 08 November 2013 06:31

Ilam Tea Garden Tour

Situated between the alleviation ranging from 140m to 3,636m above the sea level, Illam is one of the untouched destinations for tourists. Famous for tea production, Illam is a small hill town with pristine landscapes of sloped tea gardens, mountain streams, dense natural forests, holy sites and a unique culture. It offers a brisk walk in the tea garden, tranquil picnic and sightseeing stops, short treks along gentle slops, or a trudge into the nearby woods. The best time to visit time Illam is between October - December or from April - February. However, the subtropical climate of Illam ensures good weather throughout the year. Illam district is bordered by Jhapa in the south, West Bengal of Indial in the east, Panchthar in the north and Morang and Dhankutta districts in the west. The district lies to the south of Mahabharat range and west of the Shangrila range. The district is ragarded as one of the richest districts in Nepal in terms of its cultural diversity, natural landscape, and flourishing cash crops sector. Besides, it is also popularly known as the place of botanical and anthropological research. Brahmins and Chhetris are the dominant ethnic groups living in the area. One can find a Lepcha museum at Antu. No doubt, Illam reflects rich cultural and social heritages of people living in harmony.

Shree Antu (2,328m) offers spectacular views of the sunrise and sunset over the estern himalayas. Situated at a distance of 3 hr. drive from Illam Bazaar, Shree Antu aslo offers home-stay facilities. Similarly, Maipokhari is another attraction of this trek. Popularly recognized as a religious and historical spot, Maipokhari (2,121m), a pristine lake surrounded by dense forest of fir, juniper, birch, pine and a variety of flora and fauna is considered as the sacred abode of Goddess Bhagawati.In the same way, Kanyam and Fikkal hold good recognision for making Illam famous for tea production across the country. Likewise, Siddhi Thumka (1,800m) has also gained its fame for offering excellent views of sunrise and sunset from its height. It is about 3 hrs. trek from Illam Bazaar. Chhintapu (3,353m) is another attraction of Illam. It is the second highest peak in Illam district. It is also rich in terms of floral and faunal diversity. It is the home of 11 varieties of rhododendron, rare berbs, endangered species of animals like the musk deer and red panda. Mt. Kanchenjunga, the third highest peak in the world can also be clearly viewed from Chhintapu. The temples and pilgrimage sites such as Gajur Mukhi, Sanu Pathibhara and Mai beni have also added additional decoration to Illam. Similarly, Mangmaling and Sandakpur are also the names to be pronounced when we talk of Illam tourism.

This small but beautiful destination can be reached directly from Kathmandu by bus. We can also use aeroplane up to Bhadrapur from Kathmandu and take bus or car from there. Besides, Illam can also be reached via. Pashupatinagar, the Nepal- India boarder of Illam district.

Friday, 08 November 2013 06:31

Muktinath Tour

The famous temple of Muktinath lies in the district of Mustang. Muktinath is a pilgrimage place for both Buddhist and Hindu. It is situated 48 km north east of Jomsom at an altitude of about 3749 m. Its main shrine is a pagoda-shaped temple dedicated to lord Vishnu. Behind the temple there are 108 waterspouts cast in the shape of cow headed pour holy water. Here lots of pilgrimage takes bath from the ice-cold holy water. The temple is situated on a high mountain range. During the festival of Janai Purnima, Hindu devotees gather here to pay homage to lord Muktinath. Another famous temple of Jwaladevi, the goddess of flame, is situated about hundred meters south of Muktinath. The eternal flame that has been burning inside the temple continuously since time immemorial and this temple draws both Hindus and Buddhists pilgrims alike. Black amniote fossils, thought as the embodiment of Lord Vishnu, is found in plenty in the area and pilgrims travel long distances over rugged trails to collect these.

Friday, 08 November 2013 06:31

Pokhara Valley Tour

Pokhara is Situated at 820 mtrs, above sea level about 200 kilometers west of Kathmandu,Pokhara is a naturally one of the most beautiful part of Nepal. It has a rare Combination of the long arrays of snowed peaks, crystal clean lakes, panoramic Annapurana Himal and the warm climate, which remains favourable all the year round mansoon rains are strongest from June to August and other months are relatively dry. It has a beautiful Phewa tal(lake),Seti river,Mahendra Cave, Gupteswor mahadeva cave Matepani Gumba  and the various places interesting things for the tourist like, K l singh Bridge, internatinal mountain museum, Davi’s Fall and some other natural and cultural heritage sites.

Phewa Tal 

Tal means lake in Nepali. Phewa Tal is the largest lake in the valley , measuring 1.5 by 4km .The lake is the Pokhara Valley.The lake is best situated for boating and Bird watching and especially photographing the scenic mountains. The excellent settings of the lake and the reflactions of the Annapurna Mountains is something , no visitors would like to miss during a boating trip. Annapuran rises directly from the valley floor and seems close enough to touch .

Barahi Temple 

Built in the middle of phewa lake is dedicated to the goddess Ajima – the grand mother. The universal protector is the boar manifestation of goddess shakti. She is often worshipped with the sacrifice of animals. 

Legend goes that on one fateful night.God came to a villages in Pokhara disguised as a traveler looking for a shelter . Only a poor couple offered him shelter and the only meal thry had . Next morning ,it was found that the entire village was submerged in water expect the old couple’s Therefore,in honor of the compassionate old couple the temple of Tal Varahi was built in the middle of the lake.


Situated at 1500,meters. An early morning drive to watch the sunrise is the recommended trip. Nowhere else in the world can one enjoy such a magnificent panorama view from so near Starting from Dhaulagiri in the extreme left, the view includes Annapurna  South ,I,st ,II,nd ,III,rd ,IV,th ,Machhapuchhare, Nilgiri and Lamjung Himal.

World Peace pagoda 

A massive Buddhist stupa on the top of a hill on the southern shore of phewa Lake . Beside Being an impressive sight by itself , the Buddhist shrine a lake and pokhara City.

Davi’s fall 

Locally known as patale Chhahgo  is an awesome waterfall lying about 2km south-west of Pokhara airport on the highway to Tansen palpa . 

Legend has it that in the month of july 1961, a Swiss couple were bathing in the stream Pardi Khola , Just above the fall. A sudden flood from the Fewa Dam swept away Mrs. Davi and mysteriously  disappeared down in to an undergroung  passage beneath the fall. Since fall has been called Davi’s Fall .

The old Bazaar and Bindyabasini Temple 

Pokhra’s traditional bazaar is colorful and so are its ethnically diverse traders. Newar architecture and craftsmanship is expressed in its temple and windows. The past richness is expressed in its art and craftsmanship.

Bindyabasani Temple is the center of religious activities in the old bazaar.It os dedicated to Goddess, Bhagawati , another manifestation of Shati. On Tuesdays and Saturdays ,people sacrifice animals and believe that she will help them fulfill their desires and wshes. Legend has it that the stone image of the Goddess was being brough from binda , India to the Kingdom on the north of Annapurna . The carriers rested in Pokhara and when they were about to continue the journey, the image could not be lifted from the ground.   

Gupteswor Guffa (Cave ) 

A sacred cave lies 2km from Pokhara airport on the Sidartha Highway leading South-West from the city. The entrance is right cross Davi’s Fall and the cave is almost 3km long. It has some big hall –size  rooms  and some passages where you have to crawl  on all fours this cave holds  special value for Hindus since a phallic symbol of lord shiva  is preserved here in the condition  it was discovered.

Mahendra Guffa 

It is another interesting natural site across the seti river past Batulichaur Village in the north of Pokhara Village. It is one of the stalactite caves found in Nepal.As the cave has not yet been well explored, it is worth while to explore the interior. 

Tibetan Village

There are two Tibetan villages in the vicinity of Pokhara .One of  them is called Tashiling and the other villages name is Tashi Palkhel. Tashiling is in the south past Patale Chhago Chhorepatan.Tashi Palkhel is towards the north of Pokhara call Hemja .The Tibetan people living in these villages keep themselves busy by producing and trading in woolen carpets and other handicraft items.


Matepani Gompa - eastern mid valley of Pokhara. it is most popular Buddhist Monastery of Pokhara, which is really a beautiful Monastery of the valley.

Friday, 08 November 2013 06:30

Kathmandu Valley Tour

The Kathmandu Valley is indeed a sole type of valley, wearing an unusual setting. Twenty-five centuries back it stood as a large lake. The Kathmandu valley (1300m) is surrounded by row of green mountain walls above which tower mighty snow-capped peaks. This tour might be one of the best trips to have a full picturesque view of the valley. The rich arras of the cultural heritage of Nepal is synthesized in the Kathmandu valley as well as further closest religious and cultural destination.

Kathmandu valley is the political, commercial and cultural hub of Nepal and is the first stop for the majority of visitors to the country. The valley today incorporates three major settlements; Kathmandu, Bhaktapur and Patan, each have their own distinctive character with outstanding temples, works of art and architecture and a varied calendar of feasts and festivals, all three have their roots in being capital cities of the valleys three principality's in times gone by. The three cities contain 7 UNESCO World Heritage Sites. The ancient cities of the valley – Kathmandu, Patan, Bhaktapur, Kirtipur, Chovar and Dakshinkali represent an epitome of harmony in urban design, elegant architecture and refined culture. The Kathmandu valley tours provide us the chance to have the sightseeing of some places like:-

  • Kathmandu’s Durbar Square
  • Swoyambhunath
  • Patan Durbar Square
  • Krishna Mandir
  • Pashupatinath
  • Boudhanath
  • Bhaktapur Durbar Square
  • The Golden Gate
  • The Palace of Fifty five Windows
Friday, 08 November 2013 06:30

Lumbini Tour 2 nights 3 days package.

Lumbini is the birthplace of Lord Buddha. It is situated 300 km away from Kathmandu in Rupandehi District of Southern Terai Nepal (lowland), at an altitude of 600 ft. above sea level. Lumbini, respected by all religious people especially Buddhist. In 1998, Lumbini was declared as the Fountain of world peace and the pilgrimage for all the peace loving people of the world. Lord Buddha was born in Lumbini in 6th B.C. Lumbini is one of the popular tourist destination of Nepal. More than 400,000 people visit Lumbini every year. Taking this in consideration and to ensure that the benefit of tourism goes to the local community as well, cultural and religious tourism has been developed and promoted in the region.

The Lumbini Circuit Tour provides insight into the life of Lord Buddha and the development of Buddhism. There are many archaeological sites have been built around the Lumbini Garden. The tour goes through Tilaurakot, Kudan, Gotihawa, Niglihawa, Sagarhawa, Aurorakot, Devadaha and Ramagrama all bearing significance to the life, enlightenment and death of Buddha. 

Some important places in Lumbini are: 

The Lumbini Garden : This is the site marked by a certain stone pillar erected by the Indian Emperor Ashoka at about 245 B.C. The most important discovery in this place is a stone marked to suggest the exact birthplace of Buddha. 

Mayadevi Temple : This temple, dedicated to the mother of lord Buddha- Maya Devi, was excavated a few years ago. Many sculptures and carving in which the figures and designs are only slightly projecting from their background are seen here. 

Pushkarni pond : This is the pond where Mayadevi is said to have had a bath before giving birth to Buddha.

Tilaurakot : Tilaurakot has been identified by archaeologists as the actual capital of Kapilvastu and the home of King Suddhodhan, father of Prince Siddhartha who later went on to become the Buddha. This is believed to be the place where Lord Buddha spent the first 29 years of his princely life. Chinese travelers who visited Tilaurakot more than 2500 years ago repoted seeing numerous stupas, monasteries and palaces. The Chinese pilgrims Fa-Hien and Hiuen - Tsang noted that they saw Kapilvastu in complete ruins and counted 10 deserted cities within Kapilvastu. King Virudhaka, who massacred the Shakyas during the last days of Lord Buddha, is said to have destroyed the cities. It is located around 27 kms west of Lumbini and 3 Kms from Taulihawa town, a joint effort by Nepali and Japanese archaeologists recovered the royal town of Tilaurakot.

Kudan : Kudan is located around 4.5 kms south of Tilaurakot. It is a huge mound of structural ruins and a pond nearby appears to be the ruins of stupas and monasteries. There are believed to be the Kasaya Stupa, where a Kasaya (yellow robe worn by monks) was presented to Lord Buddha. This is where King Suddhodhana met Lord Buddha for the first time after he returned from cosmic enlightenment.

Gotihawa : Gotihawa is located around 3 kms southwest of Taulihawa. This is an important religious site for the Buddhist world community and is also historically and archaeologically important. It is believed that Krakuchanda Buddha, who came before Shakyamuni Buddha, was born in Gotihawa and attained Nirvana there. Brick structures of stupas and monasteries can be seen in the area outside modern Gotihawa village. At the center of the main mound the remains of a broken Ashokan Pillar lie on a slab. Adjoining the pillar on the northeast side is a huge stupa with rings of wedge-shaped ancient bricks, identifying the Nirvana Stupa of Krakuchanda Buddha. The villages are still using an ancient well in the center of the village. The development of the site is believed to have started in the 6th century B.C.

Niglihawa : Niglihawa is a significant archaeological site about 7 kms north of Taulihawa where the remains of a broken Ashokan Pillar lie close to a large pond. Emperor Ashoka built a stupa and set up a pillar when he visited the site during his pilgrimage. Discovered by renowned archaeologist, Dr. Alois Fuhrer in 1895, this pillar is 15 feet tall with inscriptions on its upper portion. It is believed that Kanakmuni Buddha was born, enlightened and met his father in this place and is regarded as a very important religious place for Buddhists and research scholars.

Sagarhawa : Sagarhawa is about 12 kms north of Taulihawa. Sagarhawa is the forest site where the ruins of an ancient pond were excavated in 1895. Archaeologists have identified this site as the "Palace of the Massacre of the Shakyas". The ruins of the ancient site lie on the west and south banks of the large rectangular pond locally known as Lumbu Sagar or long pong in Niglihawa Village. 

Aurorakot : Aurorakot is about 10 kms northeast of Taulihawa. Aurorakot is a large rectangular fortified area with the remains of an ancient moat and brick fortifications east of Niglihawa. A walled fortress in ancient times, this citadel was believed to be the natal town of Kanakmuni Buddha.

Devdaha : Devdaha, 54 kms east of Lumbini across the Rohini river, is the ancient capital of the Koliya Kingdom. It is the maternal hometown of Queen Mayadevi, Prince Siddhartha's mother, Prajapati Gautami, his stepmother, and Princess Yasodhara, his consort. Thisis where Prince Siddhartha spent his childhood. Seven years after his enlightenment, Lord Buddha visited Devdaha and ordained the followers of Jain Sadhu Nirgrantha Nathputra. There are several other sites around Devdaha such as Kumarbarti, Khayardanda, Bairimai/Kanyamai, Bhabanipur/Devidamar, Mathagadi (ancient weapons). 

Ramagram : It is believed to be the maternal home of Buddha. This is where we can see the biggest stupa, with important relics. It is said that it was built around 600 B.C. Ramagram is a brick mound on the bank of the Jharahi River. It is a 7 meters high brick stupa containing one of the eight Astha Dhatu (relics) of Lord Buddha. 

  • Lumbini has many new multi nation monasteries occupied by different nations. Some notable ones are: 
  • The Myanmar temple was built with the contribution from Burmese Buddhist. The monastery is an attractive big white structural monument with a golden pinnacle soaring into the sky. 
  • The China temple, which is a very beautiful pagoda styled temple with many prayer and meditation cells. 
  • The Korean Temple is a beautifully set temple having many remarkable images of Buddha.

  • Japanese peace stupa.

  • French Monastery.

  • Vietnam Monastery.

  • Thailand Monastery.

  • German built Monastery.

  • Chinese Monastery. French Monastery.

  • Cambodian Monastery.

Friday, 08 November 2013 06:30

Bardia National Park

Bardia National Park is Nepal’s most westerly, and the largest of its seven National Parks. A haven for a wide variety of wildlife, the park was originally formed to protect the various ecosystems found in the area, and to conserve tigers and their prey. The Park has since expanded to become one of the finest in Nepal. Lush dense forests, savannah and riverine woodlands are home to an incredibly diverse range of flora and fauna. Endangered species such as Rhinoceros, Wild elephant, Tiger, Swamp deer, Gharial crocodile, Gangetic dolphin, Bengal florican and the Sarus crane are all found here.

The History of the Park

parks origins began in the late 1960's when some 368 sq kms were set aside as royal hunting grounds. However, It wasn't until 1982 that the Royal Bardia National Reserve was officially formed, and even then it didn't become a fully fledged National Park until 1988. The aim was to preserve the diversity of decreasing species, in particular the tiger and its natural prey species.

Over 1400 people living in the area, many of them farmers, were removed to provide a greater area for the abundant species within the park. A buffer zone and community forest were established around the park to try to reduce subsistence poaching inside the park by the local communities. Without so much human interference the diverse habitats inside the park have improved greatly. Bardia's relatively remote location has meant the Park has enjoyed minimum impact from tourism, and though access has improved significantly over recent years, visitor numbers are still much lower than Nepal's most famous park, Chitwan.

It wasn't until the mid 90's that basic facilities for travelers began to appear. Since then, tourism has started to increase and there now are a variety of lodges to choose from one to another. To date the impact of visiting travelers has been minimal and the experience for a visitor is very different to than in Chitwan National Park as you feel much closer to nature and completely removed from bright lights shops, restaurants, bars and traffic. 

Friday, 08 November 2013 06:29

Chitwan National Park

Chitwan National Park is one of the most famous for Jungle Safari in Nepal

Nepal Jungle Safari can be added to any adventure you choose from our tour / trek package for 1 night to 3 nights from simple lodge to deluxe hotels / resorts in Chitwan.

National Parks located specially in the Terai region of Nepal attract visitors from all over the world. Visit to these national park involves game stalking by a variety of means foot, dugout canoe, jeep, and elephant back. One is bound to sight a one-horned rhino or two at every elephant safari. Besides the rhinos, wild boars, sand-burst, spotted deer, sloth bear, four-horned antelope are also usually seen. A Royal Bengal Tiger may surprise you by his majestic appearance.

Nature walk or jungle walk is another way of experiencing the wilderness. In fact, jungle walk gives close-up opportunities to view animals as well as observe their tracks, sings, and sounds. Early morning and late- afternoon walk is the best to avoid mid day heat.

The famous lodge to stay are Jungle Safari Lodge, Temple Tiger Jungle Lodge, Tiger Tops lodge, Unique wild Resort, Island Jungle Resort, Paradise hotel, Green Mansion Lodge, Jungle tourist camp, Gaida wild life camp. We can book trip any of above lodge or lodge of your choice.

Dugout-canoe trips : 

Down the Rapti river offer views of water birds: brilliant blue Eurasian kingfishers, egrets, osprey and ruddy she drakes. a pair of binoculars is a must for bird watching.

A jeep safari : 

Through the jungle provides more game spotting opportunities than might be expected otherwise because it goes deeper into the jungle, usually beyond the beaten track. After the thrill of elephant rides, nature walks and jeep safaris, visitors can splash around in the swimming pools that some of the resorts offer

Bird Watching : 

Nepal is a paradise for bird lovers with over 848 species (almost 8% of the world's total) of birds. And among them almost 500 hundred species are found in the Kathmandu Valley alone. The most popular bird watching spots in Kathmandu are Phulchoki, Godavari, Nagarjun, Bagmati river Taudaha and so on. get your binoculars and look forward to a rewarding experience late of Autumn season is the best season for bird watching in this national park.


Highlights of Safari Wildlife Adventure

  1. Explore the Chitwan National Park
  2. Elephant Safari
  3. Jeep Drive
  4. Elephant Herd
  5. Observe more than 500 Asian One-Horned Rhino and Royal Bengal Tigers
  6. Discover the unique tradition and culture of Tharu people
  7. Boating/Canoeing Trip
  8. Elephant Briefing
  9. Bird Watching
  10. Nature Walk
  11. Swimming and Elephant Bathing
  12. Tharu Stick Dance

Activities can be done in Chitwan National Park

  • Highlights of Safari
  • Elephant Safari
  • Jungle/Nature Walk
  • Bird Watching
  • Camping & Hiking
  • Fishing
  • Study Tour
  • Cultural Tour
  • Nature Tour
  • Visit to Crocodile Breeding Center
  • Village Tour
  • Cultural Program
  • Boating/Canoeing Trip.
  • Flora.
Friday, 08 November 2013 05:52


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Friday, 08 November 2013 05:49

Narphu Kangla pass Trek

Brave Heart Himalaya Treks is always dedicated to our respected visitors. This company try to give extra test of new destination. Among them Kang La Pass trekking route also one of the remembrance place for visitors. The Annapurna Nar Phu valley and Tilicho Lake Trek is an ideal for those trekkers who have time and appetite to venture into some of the less trodden remote regions of Nepal, beyond the regular trekking routes.The trail to this remote hidden valley left untouched by civilizations enters from the place near Chame village, on the trail of popular Annapurna trek. Explore the valley to the north. visit Phu village situated on the edge and travel south to Nar Village. After crossing Kangla pass (5100m) you may have views of east of Chulu East and join main Annapurna trail. The elevation of the valley became prominent around 1960 when Khampa from Tibet entered Nepal in Mustang and Manang Valley.

We start this trek from beshinshar and end from jomsom or Beni. This trekking is also can be join directly to Throng-La or mesokonta-la and Dhaulagiri pass. 

Friday, 08 November 2013 05:48

Narphu Trek

A fantastic journey area located in north east of the Annapurna is a valley of Nar and Phu Vallages. This trek is perfect for the  travelers who want to discover an untouched valley as well as the Annapurna circle. This trek takes you to the exotic Nar Phu valley that lies in the remote east corner of the Annapurna region. Opened to visit only in the year 2003. The Nar Phu valley remains untouched by modernity. The inhabitants, who roughly comprises of about 350 Tibetan influenced Nepali. Most of them are depend in animal husbandry- yak and ship and Himalayan herbal collection.

This trek also offers fantastic views of the Annapurna Himalaya range, Lamjung Himal, Manaslu Himalaya, range, Tilicho peak and many more mountains. As the trekking route is  by few trekkers, you can discover ahead great Himalayan mountians,people, and natural and cultural heritage sites along this trekking route.

   This is a guided trekking route, requires two different seasonal special permits by the government authorized trekking agency single permit is not allowed- the permit system of this area is as bellow - 

1, from September to November -US$ 90 per week per person.

2, December to August - US$ 75 per week per person or equivalent convertible foreign currency .

  Dear visitors please contact us for detail information .

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