Kathmandu Valley Tour

Kathmandu Valley Tour

Kathmandu World Heritage Site Tour

Trip Highlights


Trip Route Kathmandu Durbar squire-Monkey Temple-Patan-Pasupatinath etc.
Max Altitude 1350m
Trip Duration 1 days
Trip Grade 1
Meals Lunch
Transportation Car, Jeep, Van and Local Bus
Communication Yes
Group Size 1 above PAX
Best Season all month
Per Day Walk 4-6 hours
Kathmandu Valley Tour has three ancient cities for sightseeing tours those are called Kathmandu, Patan and Bkaktapur.This valley is very fertile, Mountain - sheltered as well as the historical heart of Nepal, where the Himalayas most sophisticated kingdoms rose and fell and where Nepali art and culture were developed and refined. Kathmandu valley is lies centre of Nepal.
Kathmandu Valley Tour provides you ancient Hindus and Buddhist pilgrims' historical places where numerous temples and artistic richness. Kathmandu valley is reflected in the six UNICCO World Heritage sitethat lie scattered around the valley like jeweled confetti. Kathmandu City include the ancient Buddhist stupas of Swayambhunath known as Monkey temple and Bouddhanath. The Pasupatinath temple is the oldest Hindu temple in the world. Kathmandu day tour is important for Hindu and Buddhist religious in Nepal. Place attracts religious pilgrims and dreadlocked sadhus (holy men) from all over the subcontinent. Newar people are the native people of this valley so they have very rich culture which is attractive for tourist. Kathmandu Valley Tour is the social, religious and urban focal point of city. There are also museums inside the palace building.

Trip Outline

Day 01: Arrival in Airport Kathmandu Nepal.
Day 02: Rest day and briefing about Nepal trip.
Day 03: Full day Kathmandu Valley Sightseeing.
Day 04: Departure to other trip/ program.

Service includes

  • International Airport Pick Up and Drop Service.
  • 2 Nights Hotels in Kathmandu.
  • Full day Kathmandu valley tour with private car.
  • Sightseeing entrance fees.
  • Drop to Hotel in Kathmandu.
  • Meals (Lunch and Dinner along the trip with Tea/Coffee).
  • An experience Tour Guide/ difirent languages.
  • Token of Love.
  • 13% Gov VAT.
  • Farewell Dinner.

Service does not include

  • Extra night accommodation in Kathmandu.
  • Travel insurance.
  • Cold drinks such as; Coke, Mineral Water, Beer etc.
  • Tips for Staff.

Trip Itinerary

Detail Itinerary

Day 01: Arrival in Kathandu Nepal 1350m.
Well come to Himalayas Nepal! We pick up you from Tribhuvan International Airport and drop to your hotel where we had booked. After resting some hours and we come there to short brief about our programme.

Day 02: Rest day and briefing about Nepal trip.
This time it may tire due to long journey so you can take rest in capital city of Nepal and we will meet for briefing about your trip in Nepal as well as we fixed our day by day plan as a schedule.

Day 03: Full day Kathmandu Valley Sightseeing.
This is a day to visit full day Kathmandu Valley Sightseeing Kathamndu Durbar Squere, Monkey Temple, Patan Durbar Square, Pashupatinath and Boudhhanath tour and there are many other places to visit for sightseeing tour in Nepal.

(A) Kathmandu Durbar Squire.
This area is best well-known as Kathmandu Durbar Square lies heart of city and locally called as Hanuman Dhoka Palace Square very old seat of the Nepalese Royalty and which is listed in eight Cultural World Heritage site by UNESCO, which palace complex consists variety of temples dedicated to different Hindu gods and goddess. Kathmandu Durbar Square is a cluster of ancient temples, palaces, courtyards, streets and most of the building we can see date of 15th to 18th centuries. The square is known to be the social, religious and urban focal point of the Capital City. Taleju Temple (which is tallest and all structure build in 1549AD by King Mahendra Malla), Kal Bhairav (one of the largest stone idol in Kathmandu representing the errifying aspects of Shiva), Jaganath Temple (known for fascinating erotic figures carving I the wooden struts eaves which is build in the 16th decade), Kasthamandap (it stands at the south-west corner fo the Square and build from the single Sal tree), Kumari Ghar (House of living goddess, 17th decade Kumari Temple an example highly developed Nepalease temple craft), Museum and many more place to visit around there.

(B) Swayambhunath or Monkey Temple.
This is the place from where we view of Kathmandu valley perfectly and also known as Monkey Temple. The 3000 year old Buddhist stupa or chaitya is 3km to the west of Kathmandu and is lies on a sacred hillock about 75mtrs above the valley. The main structure of the stupa consists of a solid hemisphere of brick supporting a conical spire which is surmounted by a pinnacle of gilted copper. The four sided spire is painted with the all seeing eyes of Lord Buddha.

(C) Patan Durbar Squre.
Patan is known as Lalitpur is the oldest town of the Kathmandu Valley. The local people call it Lalit Pura, ‘the beautiful city’. Patan is about 5km south of the capital city of Nepal and is the second largest city in the valley. The city stands on raised ground across the river Bagmati from Kathmandu. It was build during the region of King Vira Deva in 298AD and is known for its ancient Buddhist shrines, stupas and temples. In recent times it has also become famous for the excellent handicraft items and other souvenirs.

  • Golden Temple.  

This temple is known as Hiranya Varna Mahavihar which is build by king Bhaskar Verma in 12th decade, three-storied golden pagoda style the golden image of Lord Buddha which is placed on a pedestal in the upper part of the vihara. There is also a huge prayer wheel in the pagoda.The walls of the temple are decorated with intricate design.

  • Rudra Varna Mahavihar.

This Buddhist monastery has a huge image of Lord Buddha beside several other artistic statuses.

  • The Kumbhkeshwar Temple.

This temple was built by King Jayasthiti Malla in 1392 AD; this is an oldest surviving temple in Patan. It is one of the 3 major temples that have five-tired roofs. This Shiva temple is thronged with pilgrims during the Janai Purnima festival in July-August. In the centre of the temple tank there is a small shrine that has a beautiful gold and silver lingam.

  • Krishna Mandir. 

The Krishan Mandir is known as stone temple because made by stone, which was built by King Siddi Narasingh Malla in the 16th century. The temple shows influences of Mughal architecture. It lies opposite the palace. The temple is in the form of a Shikara style. There are scenes from the Mahabaratha and Ramayana adorning the walls of this temple. 

  • Jagat Narayan Temple.

This red brick temple is dedicated to Lord Vishnu and is situated at the confluence of the Bagmati and Manahara rivers. The temple is renowned for its stone images as well as n imposing metal statue of a Garuda a top a stone monolith. 

  • Asoka Stupa.

Asok Stupa is built in 250BC by Emperor Asoka when he had visited Patan. This is one of the four stupas built by Emperor Asoka.

  • Patan Museum.

The section of the palace around Keshav Narayan Chowk the former residence of the Malla King has been superbly renovated and houses one of the subcontinent finest Museum. The main attractive of the museum is an out-standing collection of cast-bronze and gilt copper work, mostly of Hindu and Buddhist deities. One gallery shows the stage involved in the production of hammered sheet-metal relief design.

  • The Palace Complex.

This palace is built by the Mallas during diffirent period of their rule, the palaces consists of three main Chowks of courtyard. The Mul Chowk or the central courtyard was constructed in 1666 AD for Srinivasa Malla and is the oldest. This two-storey palace was the residence of the Patan royal family. Two stone lions stand guard at the entrance. The Bidya Mandir, a small gilded shrine is located within the complex.   

  • Rato Machhindra Nath Temple.

It is a three storeyed pagoda of the early 16th century. It stands in the middle of a square grassy courtyard. The red Machhendranath is an expression of God Lokeshwara or Shiva. Every year the god is taken out in a procession during the month of May. Once in 12 years the chariot of the god is taken to a town called Bungamati which lies 5 km from Pata. Here is Machhendra`s second residence, where the god stays every sixth month of the year and we many other too, for sightseeing.

(D) Pasupatinath Temple.
This is an oldest Hindu temple and dedicated to Lord Shiva is situated on the sacred river Bagmati. It is built in the form of a two tired gilded pagoda and has huge silver doors that are richly carved. There are some erotic paintings on the walls. Only Hindus are permitted to enter the main temple which is one of the sacred temples. Tourist can see this temple from the eastern side of the river. There is Bagmati River beside that river every day death body burn own their place I mean there is differ the Hindu people rank.  

(E) Bauddhanath Stupa.
This octagonal based stupa inset with prayer wheels is the largest of its kind in the world. It has four pairs of eyes in the four directions which keep watch for righteous behavior. This is 6km from touristy area Thamel. The side streets are full of maroon-robed monks, gleaming monastery roof and shop fronts full of monks.

Day 04: Departure to other Trip/ Program or fly back to your Home.
We continue to according to our previous plan, we mean Trekking, Peak climbing, Rafting, Jungle Safari or long tour and if do not have time, this is a free last day shopping souvenirs or gift to your family, friends and other relatives until you departure. If you are departing, we have transportation services to the International Airport for your departure flight to your onwards destination."Have a Nice Flight" See you again.

Package Services

Service includes
  • International Airport Pick Up and Drop Service.
  • 2 Nights Hotels in Kathmandu.
  • Full day Kathmandu valley tour with private car.
  • Sightseeing entrance fees.
  • Drop to Hotel in Kathmandu.
  • Meals (Lunch and Dinner along the trip with Tea/Coffee).
  • An experience Tour Guide/ difirent languages.
  • Token of Love.
  • 13% Gov VAT.
  • Farewell Dinner.

Service does not include
  • Extra night accommodation in Kathmandu.
  • Travel insurance.
  • Cold drinks such as; Coke, Mineral Water, Beer etc.
  • Tips for Staff.

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