Kathmandu Valley Tour
- Price:$120 per person
- Trekking Days:2
- Trip Grade:Easy
- Max. Altitude:2100
- Min. Altitude:1300
- Group Size:1+
Kathmandu Valley Tour takes place in the capital city of Nepal known to world as the Kathmandu valley. The Kathmandu valley is also called the city of temples and is the national hub of business, government, cultural, social, communal and political activities. Kathmandu Valley Tour is the one of the short and exciting tour for tourist with short stays and looking for a refreshing touring excursion. The Kathmandu Valley Tour is a combination of trips to ancient establishments, heritage sites, hill stations, museums, sanctuary and religious establishments and more. This travel package is incorporated of most appreciated tourist areas of Kathmandu including Nagarkot, different parts of city, and UNESCO heritage sites of Kathmandu.
Kathmandu Valley Tour is a packaged tour which covers the complete valley sightseeing along with delightful sunrise and sunset at nearest hill stations. The tour starts with visiting the World Heritage Sites of UNESCO, 16th century royal residences, antique hindu and Buddhist sanctuaries and nearby hill stations. The Kathmandu Valley Tour starts with visit to the famed Buddhist sanctuary named as Soyambhunath, a sanctuary heritage of hindus and Buddhists around the around. The tour moves forwards to Pasupatinath Sanctuary which is resided on the banks of holy bagmati river. Then travelers will be taken to Boudhanath known to world at ancient Tibet which is a Buddhist stupa and center for Tibetan religious, cultural and business exchange center. The most common among these mentioned sanctuaries are that all are the oldest monuments of 15th century and more. The next touring excursion takes place in the ancient 16th century royal residences of Kathmandu valley named as basantapur durbar square, patan durbar square, bhaktapur durbar square which are also signed as UNESCO World HERITAGE SITE. The tour starts from the royal residence of Basantapur Durbar Square also known as Kathmandu durbar square along with visit to residence of Kumari who is a living goddess of Nepal. Then the travelers accompanied with antique temples, charismatic images of bhairava, crafted wood establishments and scattered small sanctuaries. The tour then move towards the city of lalitpur when the travelers will reach the capital of lalitpur city named as patan durbar square. Lalitpur is the city of expression established in 16th century famed for the craftsmanship of copper, silver, gold, bronze, stone and wood. There is an antique wooden place accompanied with stone made religious sanctuaries, water sources crafted from stone, a museum of 16th century artifacts, Hindu and Buddhist sanctuaries. This patan durbar square is the center of festivals, economic activities, administrative activities, religious activities and any type of public related activities. In the end the travelers can visit the Refugee Camp of Tibetan peoples. The last destination of our tour is Bhaktapur Durbar Square known as Bhadgaon or Khwopa, an antiquated Newari town. This location holds the ancient history of Malla dynasty of 16th century. This location is a fabulous assortment of ancient craftsmanship presented on wood, metals, stones and buildings incorporated as royal residences, Hindus and Buddhist sanctuary, statues of Hindu and Buddhist gods and goddess, temples and sanctuaries, arts and crafts establishment and other forms of decorations. This ancient city of adjoining houses around the royal palace or residence of Malla Kings represents the beautiful city residing at the east corner of the Kathmandu Valley.
Day:1 . Pashupatinath Hindus, bayudhanah Bhudist temple, Bhaktapur darbar square, Monkey temple.
Day 2: Nagarkot, early morning wake of and one and half hour drive from the main city after the breakfast in the hotel.
- Whole day transportation by tourist jeep.
- Entrance fee in the temple and the museum.
- Local English speaking tourist guide to explain about the culture religion, history of Kathmandu and the temples.
- Wages of Guide.
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