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Are you seeking for a quick photography trip outside of your native country? Grab your luggage and embark on a fascinating journey across Nepal.
Nepal is considered as a photographer's paradise since it is blessed to eight of the world's tallest mountains and ten UNESCO - World Heritage Sites. Every passionate photographer will find intriguing photographic backgrounds in the breathtaking Himalayan panorama, diversified fauna, rich culture, and historical palaces. With a Nepal Photography Trip, you may portray Nepal's aesthetic scenery.
Your visit to Nepal will lead you to witnessing multicolored prayer flags spreading from spiritual stupas. Take up-close pictures of locals wearing traditional attire, such as Hindu sacred men (Sadhu). While enjoying a safari jeep trip through the beautiful woods of Chitwan National Park, those who are eager may also get some great photos of tigers, leopards, single-horned rhinoceroses, or even endangered aquatic dolphins.
DSLR users of all skill levels, from beginners to professionals, may participate in our Nepal photography trip. A variety of categories, such as portrait, landscape, architectural, and wildlife photographing, will be covered in this session.
Though there will be seminars and group sessions, this trip is not your standard photography course. Instead, this is a visual trip that allows you to master the basics of photography, polish up your own design, while discovering cities.
Reminder: It's preferable to seek permission prior to taking street photographs from strangers. Even if the majority of Nepalese don't mind being captured, it leaves a positive impact and displays civility.
Hiking Bees offers a budget-friendly tour packages with a team of professional guides, who efficiently run a variety of vacations with proper communication skills. They are knowledgeable in routes and schedules and have received extensive training. With Hiking Bees, you can travel anywhere for a reasonable price, capture your precious moments, and enjoy your vacation.
So what are you waiting for? Schedule your upcoming travel with us straightaway!!
Take pictures of the most breathtaking locations on earth and enhance your photography skills.
Visit unique UNESCO World Heritage Sites in Kathmandu, stunning lakes and peaks in Pokhara, and a wildlife safari in Chitwan National Park and capture their magnificence, both by your eyes and camera.
Explore art, culture, language and histories of cities in hills as well as terai.
Discover the fundamentals of photographing and design your own uniqueness.
Appreciate the locals' cuisine, traditions, and life style.
All kinds of transportation services, notably private vehicles and airport shuttles.
Three nights' lodging plus breakfast at a 5-starred Kathmandu and Pokhara hotel.
One professional English speaking Guide
All entrance permits throughout your journey
Administrative fees and governmental taxes.
Your entrance visa and international travel costs.
Meals not listed in the "Daily food Inclusions".
Cameras and other photography equipment like tripod stands, lens, etc.
Drinks, snacks, water as well as other individual needs and expenses.
Day 1 : Landing at Tribhuvan International Airport, Kathmandu
At the Kathmandu airport's arrival zone, staff from our service will be waiting for you with your nameplate. Once you arrive, the staff will greet you and take you to your accommodation in Kathmandu. A description of our arrangements will be provided to you by the hotel when you check-in. Following check-in, we will have a review of the photography trip, which will include the schedule, an introduction to a professional photographer conducting the trip, a lesson on street photographing etiquette, and basic photography guidelines.
Day 2 : Kathmandu Valley Photography (including UNESCO World Heritage Sites)
The day begins with a delicious breakfast at the accommodation leading to Swayambhunath, also referred to as the "Monkey Temple". Swayambhunath is among Nepal's sacred locations, and the stupa has served as a symbol of devotion and peace for Buddhists for many years. Swayambhunath, a small mountain northwest of Kathmandu, provides a fantastic viewpoint to snap the city's aerial vista. Next, we'll go to Pashupatinath, which is home to some of the world's last surviving religious monuments as well as Nepal's most holy cremation site. Beside the renowned Bagmati River, you will see and photograph several Hindu practices, such as puja rituals and funerals. Prior to beginning our visit to Kathmandu (Basantapur) Durbar Square, also referred to as the Hanuman Dhoka, we'll pause for lunch. This Durbar Square is among the three royal residences of the ancient dynasties, and also is a classic illustration of Newari architecture. Here, you may see stunning pieces of evidence of early Nepalese architecture, along with temples where locals continue to worship. Additionally, we will arrange a 30-minute exclusive photoshoot in Durbar Square with either traditionally dressed natives or Hindu sacred men (Sadhus). In the afternoon, we will take a few candid photos in the crowded neighborhood and markets with their consent. We'll return to the hotel once you've explored the bazaar.
Day 3 : Photography at Pokhara, the city of lakes
This morning we will depart early for Pokhara from Kathmandu after breakfast. The 30-minute flight to Pokhara is filled with breathtaking vistas of renowned peaks including Mt. Manaslu, Mt. Annapurna, Ganesh Himal, and Mt. Machhapuchhre. Pokhara is gorgeously ornamented with sparkling lakes with a panorama of lofty snow-capped peaks. After arriving, we'll eat lunch next to Phewa Lake. Following lunch, we will go on an excursion to Devis Fall, Gupteshwor Cave, and Seti Gorge to capture the scenery and perform various caving adventures. We'll arrive in Sarangkot by car in the late afternoon and check into a hotel before dusk. The Himalayan summits including Mt. Annapurna, Mt. Dhaulagiri, Mt. Machhapuchhre, and Mt. Lamjung can all be seen from Sarangkot, a viewpoint at 1,600 meters that is adjacent to Pokhara. A breathtaking aerial picture of Pokhara's cityscape and Phewa Lake is also presented. After dinner, you may have a good sleep because we'll leave quite early the next morning.
Day 4 : Photographing Sarangkot's sunrise and Phewa Lake's sunset
At about four in the morning, we shall get this day started with tea/coffee. To photograph the blue hour just before daybreak, we will ascend to the Sarangkot overlook. You can take stunning night photographs of the cloudless sky with the summits or Phewa Lake as a background. Then, as dawn approaches, we shall chase it and watch for the enormous Himalayas to catch the very first rays of the rising light. Observing and capturing the mountain tops change from being snow-white to being heavenly gold as the sun's rays fall upon them is incredibly captivating. We'll stroll to our hotel and leave for Pokhara after lunch. When we get to Pokhara, we'll proceed to 'World Peace Pagoda' to get a spectacular overview of the city followed by boating at Phewa Tal for taking scenic photographs. The lengthy day will be brought to a close with a meal in the bustling city of Pokhara, before returning to the accommodation.
Day 5 : Drive to Chitwan National Park
We will begin the day by seeking the dawn and experimenting with prolonged exposure shots at Phewa Lake prior to breakfast. Afterward, we will return to the hotel, checkout, and then drive to Chitwan National Park, which would be approx. take 4 hours. The Chitwan National Park provides a broad picture of the natural habitat, which is home to a wide variety of animals, birds, and reptiles like one-horned rhinoceroses, Bengal tigers, pheasants, etc. The park is a host to 543 varieties of birds, butterflies, tigers, leopards, sloth bears, wild buffalo, genetic dolphins, and critically endangered Gharials crocodiles. Lunch will be served either on route to Chitwan or after we get there. After settling in at the accommodation, we will go to the Tharu village to shoot the locals and the surrounding landscape. We will then photograph the stunning sunset from the bank of the Rapti River. A delicious supper and Tharu stick dance will round out the day at the hotel.
Day 6 : Photography at Chitwan Jungle Safari
We will explore the outdoors after breakfast by going on a jungle tour, and then we'll go on an exciting canoe trip down the Rapti River witnessing monkeys jumping on the trees, elephants bathing in the water, and deer munching the field. We will continue our Jeep safari exploration of the deep forest after lunch in order to take pictures of rare species. Either we'll stop at the elephant breeding facility in the afternoon, or we'll enjoy the sunset from the Rapti riverbed before supper. We'll provide some general advice on photo editing techniques after supper to assist you in polishing your photographs.
Day 7 : Drive Back to Kathmandu
Upon breakfast, we'll board the bus and return back to Kathmandu via the Prithvi Highway route. We'll take a lunch break along the route. We'll drive you to the hotel when you get there so you may check and evaluate the pictures you took. We'll throw a farewell meal and organize a photograph-sharing event for the attendees in the evening.
Day 8 : Departure from Kathmandu
This is the day of farewell where you accomplish your photography tour and leave for your home. Three hours prior to your boarding time, our staff will receive you from your hotel and drop you off at the Tribhuvan International Airport. We really enjoyed hosting you. Many thanks for having us and safe travels returning home.
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