Day 1 : Guests will arrive at Patna and whole day sightseeing for an example Maa Shitla Mandir, Mahavir Mandir, Buddha Smirti Park, Golghar, Patna Museum, Kumharar Park and after that they will have their Snacks and move to Pokhara.
Hotspot : Patna Museum
Day 2 : Guest reach at Pokhara via Muzaffarpur, Motihari and Raxaul, The journey will have total 4 Halts. Guest will take rest for some minutes in Motihari and after that Journey will carry on for Raxaul. Then Again Guest will rest at Raxaul for short interval after that guest will move for Birgunj there paper formalities will take around half an hour after that move towards Bharatpur and there guest will have their meal. Reaching at Pokhara, check-in to hotel and stay overnight.
Pokhara offers hidden treasures such as mighty caves, waterfalls, gorges, and canyons, all seemingly carved out lovingly by the gods themselves. No wonder that local legend claims that Pokhara Valley was once the garden of the gods, created so they could get respite from their arduous duties by dancing their days away.
Day 3 : Kathmandu is rich in temples, buddhist stupas, medieval palaces and shrines. Modern day Kathmandu covers much of the Kathmandu Valley. At its heart are three ancient city states: Kathmandu, Patan and Bhaktapur. In each of these well-preserved centers, life has changed little in several hundred years. The quality of architecture, carvings and castings which survive in abundance are among the best in the world. A number of hindu and buddhist festivals are held each year in different parts of Kathmandu - as well as more widely in Nepal.
Day 4 : After breakfast, visit Pashupatinath Temple, Bouddhanath Stupa, Patan Darbar Square. Check-out from hotel and move for Janakpur.