Nepal Photography Tour Overview
There are only a few places on earth to capture the best photo, and one of them. Nepal is a breath-taking country, offering a rich canvas where you can develop your passion for photography.
Nepal is a Photographic country with numerous historical monuments, cultural and religious pilgrimages and heritage, and viewpoints to have wonderful sunrise and sunset views, and much more that make every second of the touring voyage a special and lifetime experience.
With the eight highest mountains and 10 UNESCO world heritage sites, every corner of the country is a place for photography in Nepal. Whether you are an enthusiast, beginner, or professional photographer, Nepal can be your next destination to travel for photography.
We at Outfitter Himalaya have designed 11 days Photography Tour that includes a visit to Kathmandu & its cultural heritages, viewpoints of Nagarkot & Sarangkot to catch the Himalayas and sunrises over them. The Nepal photography tour further goes to one of the natural UNESCO heritages, the Chitwan National Park, Lumbini, the birthplace of Lord Buddha, Pokhara, the city of Lakes, and Bandipur.
You will wonder at every nook and corner that includes the bustling streets of Kathmandu, varied landscapes, beautiful art, and architecture, which offer you an outstanding opportunity to capture them in your camera on this 11-Day Nepal Photography Tour.
Highlights of Nepal Photography Tour
Kathmandu & Its Heritages
Kathmandu is an Awesome and vibrant city itself to explore around, especially, the cultural, historical, and religious monuments are the main attraction for tourists. Some of the sites of Kathmandu are listed by UNESCO as World UNESCO cultural heritages, which are Kathmandu Durbar Squares, Patan Durbar Squares, Bhaktapur Durbar Squares, Swoyambhunath Stupa, Baudhanath Stupa, and Pashupatinath Temple.
Nagarkot View Point
Nagarkot Viewpoint is one of the most popular and the best scenic hilltops near Kathmandu, from where an Awesome sunrise and sunset views with the backdrop of majestic mountains are viewed.
Chitwan National Park
Chitwan National Park is home to numerous wildlife, and it is rich in floras and faunas. The Chitwan is only 150m above sea level and gets steamy & hot from March-June, with peak temperatures reaching 39°C in the Shade, and short grass in the area during Feb-May makes the best to experience the jungle adventure. The autumn months are heavenly bliss, with stunning Himalayan views, and in winter (December-January), it is pleasantly warmed compared to Kathmandu & other cities.
Lumbini – The birthplace of Lord Buddha
Lumbini is one of the 10 world sites for religious pilgrimage and the sole source of the world's one of the major religions- Buddhism. The Lumbini is the source of world peace and prosperity and no doubt one of the places to be visited in your lifetime.
Pokhara - The city of Lakes
Pokhara is an interesting mix of different cultures & traditions and a virtual junction for high & wild adventure activities in Nepal. Pokhara is a pretty Himalayan city, which is located at the foothills of the Himalayas.
Pokhara is a city of lakes, viewpoints, temples, caves, and many more.
Bandipur – An ancient Town
Bandipur is an ancient trading town with quaint streets and a charming atmosphere. Bandipur is situated on a ridge top south of Dumre, which lies 135 km from Kathmandu, and many people travel to Bandipur to see the ancient town and Great views of the Himalayas.