Nepal Tour and Holiday Packages

TrueHAB offers more than 40 Nepal holiday packages from India, starting as low as 3599 INR. Find the most suitable Nepal tour packages for a memorable Nepal trip. Find Nepal Packages for family or couple and escorted Nepal Tour Packages or Offbeat Nepal vacation for yourself. TrueHAB will resolve all your Nepal Trip Plans. Choose from a variety of itineraries and book from Nepal travel packages with or without flights. TrueHAB has also curated Nepal Tour Packages according to themes to give you the best experience according to your needs. If you are planning a honeymoon, search from our Nepal packages for couples, or simply an adventurous Nepal trip with friends, you will find the right choice at TrueHAB.

Be it a short trip or long, a relaxing stay, or an active holiday, whatever your travel style, TrueHAB has the right Nepal vacation packages for you to choose from. Are you looking for a luxury holiday? Check out our luxury Nepal packages offering the best of hotels and inclusions designed to pamper you on your Nepal vacation. To help you prepare for your Nepal travel, we have put together some tips such as the best time to visit Nepal, things to do in Nepal, and so on.


Top 10 Must Visit Places in Nepal

  1. Kathmandu
  2. Bhaktapur
  3. Boudhanath Stupa (Bodhnath)
  4. Pokhara
  5. Trekking in the Annapurna Region
  6. Chitwan National Park
  7. Trekking in the Langtang Region
  8. Swayambhunath (Monkey Temple)
  9. Everest & the Trek to Base Camp
  10. Lumbini


Nepal Tour Prices

Tour Package


Price with Flights

Price without Flights

Explore Nepal

3 Days / 4 Nights



Honeymoon Nepal

5 Days / 6 Nights



Best of Nepal

6 Days / 7 Nights



Experience Nepal

7 Days / 6 Nights




Travel Itinerary

Day 1- Arrival at Katmandu
You can visit many colorful shops stuffed with Asian artifacts, local souvenirs, Mandala drawings and the best offer of cashmere in Nepal. You can have a relaxing shiatsu massage, or savor a tasty noodle soup at one of the many traditional Nepali restaurants located on the narrow streets of Thamel.

Day 2- Nepal Sightseeing
You can click  pictures of the ancient temples, palaces, courtyards, and streets of Durbar Square. You can explore the beautiful landscapes of Kathmandu in Patan. You may visit Pashupatinath Temple and will admire the old stone shrines around the temple and watch the funeral ceremonies on the Bagmati River.

Day 3- Nagarkot and Bhaktapur
You can visit Swayambhunath and Bhaktapur Durbar Square and also visit the conglomeration of pagoda and shikhara-style temples. You can click pictures of the Himalayan peaks of Nepal like Langtang,Dorje-Lakpa, Ganesh, Manaslu,Shishapangma,and Makalu.

Day 4- Visiting Sarangkot
You can visit a village of Sarangkot situated on the top of a hillock just north of Phewa Lake.You may visit Gupteshwor Cave which is popular for the different natural forms made from limestone deposits.

Day 5- Departure
You can  move forward to the Tibetan refugee center and end the day tour with a visit to the Swayambhu Stupa. 

Nepal Travel Packages


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Yes, Nepal is a very safe destination to visit for all kinds of travelers. It is safe even for solo and women travelers. However, some precautions must be exercised by travelers to avoid petty crimes such as pick-pocketing and bag-snatching. Leave all your valuables in the hotel room's security deposit and travel with just-needed cash.
Some of the Must Visit Tourist Attractions are Pashupatinath Temple, Kathmandu Durbar Square, Chitwan National Park, Manaslu mountain & Annapurna Sanctuary.
Indians can visit Nepal without a visa. However, as per Nepalese immigration, they need to have any one of the given documents namely passport, driving license with photo, Aadhar card, ration card with picture, election commission card with photo, Identity Card issued by Embassy of India in Kathmandu, identity card with photo issued by sub-divisional magistrates or any other officials above their rank.
There are no direct buses connecting Kathmandu and India. However, you can catch a bus from Sunauli-Bhairawa border crossing from Varanasi, Raxaul-Birganj crossing from Patna, Siliguri-Kakarbhitta from Darjeeling, Banbassa-Mahendrenagar from Delhi, and Bahraich-Nepalganj from Lucknow.
Spring season is the best to explore Nepal because there are very little or no heatwaves. Trekking is also possible in spring, and the temperature is not high like it is in the summer season of Nepal, which starts in June and ends in August. During the Autumn season, days are moderately warm in the day, and the temperature can fall to 10°C at night.
People living in Nepal, commonly known as Nepalese, are very friendly and hospitable. They love interacting with people from abroad. Nepalese place their palms together to greet anyone by saying "Namaste" or "Namaskar."
Dal Bhat, Tarkari, Chataamari, Yomari, Dhindo, Momo, Choila, Sekuwa are the iconic local dishes in Nepal.
Tourists should check Weather Forecast Report before going out for a journey. Tourists should avoid showing off cash, jewelry & other valuables in public places. Also tourists should prefer not to leave money in hotel rooms.