ReviewsNo reviews yet
Kathmandu City Tour is one of the famous Tour to explore the old city of Nepal, The Kathmandu Valley which is a country's capital. Among the three cities, which were 3 distinct states controlled by three different Malla dynasties. The Kathmandu Valley is recognized as the biggest city in Nepal and a Temple City. Kathmandu city is a friendly city with diverse culture, arts and monuments of the major culture in a country. There are numerous Hindu, Buddhist, Muslim, and other Temples in the area. There are seven UNESCO World Heritage Sites in the valley, out of 10 in Nepal.
Kathmandu City Tour is a day tour of a city and exploring Kathmandu in a day provides you with 4 distinct heritage sites. Starting your Journey with Pashupatinath, Explore and worship Lord Shiva and the historical Royal Palace of Nepal, architectures and old monuments will surprise you with its beauty and a level of craft. Swayambhunath Temple also Known as monkey temple will add an exploration of pilgrimage and Buddhism culture in Nepal. The final destination will be Bouddhanath Stupa, and ancient Tibetan plateau where you can wander around the area in middle of a city and extraordinary handcrafts demonstrated near monument. The tour begins at 9:00 a.m., following breakfast. We offer half-day and full-day scenic excursions in Kathmandu based on your availability and interests.
Pashupatinath is a Hindu pilgrimage place. It is roughly 5 kilometers east of tourism zone (Thamel). 'Pashupati is the leader of animal' or 'the animal's mate.' The primary Shiva temple is a pagoda-style structure with a golden dome and four silver entrances (God of the destroyer). As according Hinduism, there are numerous celebrations throughout the year. The site is Hindu, but it is also a Buddhist holy spot. The big attraction for visitors is Hindu sacrifice. In this location, you can witness sadhus (Hindu holy people), modest temples, the Bagmati river, Hindu iconography, and ceremonies.
Kathmandu Durbar Square
Kathmandu Durbar Square is a royal residence in Nepal. Hanuman Dhoka royal palace is another name for Kathmandu Durbar Square. In the 1400s, the child of King Yaksha Malla built this royal residence. Various Malla monarchs reigned until the 1800s. Jayaprakash Malla, the last Malla king of Kathmandu, founded the Kumari Temple (Living Goddess).
There is a lot to see, such as Kastamandap (which was built in the 12th century from a solitary tree stump), Kumari Ghar (House of the Living Goddess), Pagoda structures, Monuments, Malla dynasty wooden sculptures, Courtyards, and Newari celebrations. Your guide will tell you many fantastic legends and historical facts about this location while you are there.
Swayambhunath is a Buddhist archaeological site on a hilltop. The Valley was once awash with water. Swayambhunath stayed in the top like an island with a spontaneous gas flame. Manjushree from Tibet arrived here and witnessed the Swayambhunath flam (God itself). Eventually, monkeys began to live here, giving rise to the moniker "Monkey Temple." There are over a hundred distinct kinds of plants and birds. Swayambhunath is also referred to as an accessible museum. On a fine day, we could see the Kathmandu Valley and a beautiful White Mountain from here.
Bouddhanath is a well-known Buddhist pilgrimage place. It is around eight kilometers from Thamel. This stupa dates from the 4th/5th centuries. This is one of Kathmandu's most tranquil areas. Around Boudhanath, there are over 100 shrines. Tibetan refugees live in this neighborhood and run various businesses such as Thanka (religious paintings) workshops. Almost all of the time, Buddhist ceremonies and rituals may be seen in Bouddhanath.
- Pashupatinath, Shiva Temple
- Royal Palace and Kingdom
- Old buildings with beautiful handcrafts Historical Monuments
- Kumari, a living goddess.
- Kathmandu and Nepal's history
- A view of Kathmandu's valley.
- Buddhist monasteries, stupas, and other historical structures
- The tallest stupa in Nepal.
Explore the World Heritage Site of Kathmandu
After breakfast, we leave for the tour at 9 a.m., accompanied by a tour guide and private transportation. Today we go to Kathmandu Durbar Square, Swayambhunath, Pashupatinath, and Bouddhanath. The monuments are all UNESCO World Heritage Sites. During the tour, we explore impressive monuments and can learn about history, culture, religion, art, and architecture from our guide before returning to the hotel.
- Specialized bilingual guide
- Private Transport
- Entrance fees (Cable and car and Moon Valley)
- Box lunch water, banana apple and chocolate
- Departure Taxes
- Entry Fees
- 5 Star Accommodation
- Airport Transfers