Kathmandu Valley Tour is a quickest means to explore the Nepali Culture & Nepalese Lifestyle staying in the close reach of Kathmandu, capital city of Nepal.
During this tour travellers can discover villages covered by terraced farms, verdant forests and shrines dedicated to Hindu & Buddhist deities. You get close look at village life of working Nepalese untouched by modernity.
A speciality of this tour program is that it offers magnificent view of the Himalayas without having to trek for many days or climbing to high altitudes. Sunrise points like Nagarkot & Dhulikhel are popular destination for the beautiful panoramic view of long range of Himalayas including Ganesh Himal,Langtang, Himchuli, Annapurna, and Mt. Everest.
Opportunity for short hike- We hike at some parts of the hills enjoying the beautiful landscapes and also interacting with local peoples.
This program can be participated by all age group all year around!
Kathmandu valley, spread in the area of 220 square miles (as large as Singapore) combines three districts- Kathmandu, Lalitpur, and Bhaktapur together.
It has a bowl like shape surrounded by hills in all four directions. The hight ranges from 1,425 metres (4,675 ft) in the centre to 2,825 metres (9,268 ft) tall Nagarjuna hill.
Here lies the most developed city of Nepal -Kathmandu, yet still remaining practices of ancient civilizations of Asia. Kathmandu Valley is home to more than 130 important monuments, including most sacred temple of Hindus and several pilgrimage sites for Buddhists. Travellers get opportunity to visit as many as seven UNESCO World Heritage Sites within this valley.
The Newars known to be the indigenous inhabitants credited for the historic civilization of the valley reside inside and in the out skirts of Kathmandu city. Many other communities from across the country have migrated to Kathmandu as it provides the most facility in the country and also the only hub for major administration offices of the Government.
Kathmandu Valley is popular among tourists for its unique & rich culture and architecture.
Note: This program can be tailor made to suit your plan or need. Please write to us at email@example.com for further assistance.
welcome you at the Kathmandu airport with a garland of flowers and by a short drive will take you to your hotel. Upon arrival in hotel you will be offered a welcome drink and our officer will help you in checking in and brief you about your program. O/N at Hotel.
Today is dedicated to a visit of the extremely rich valley with the holiest Hindu temple of Pashupatinath alongside the Bagmati river, sacred place for cremations. Then drive to Boudhanath for a taste of Buddhism, circumambulating the huge stupa of Bodhnath along with the fervent devotees. Next sightseeing places is Bhaktapur's Durbar Square was added to the list of World Heritage Sites by UNESCO in 1979. Its Durbar Square is home to elaborately carved 55-window palace and the famous Golden Gate, the Big Bell as well as numerous temples. In Taumadi Square lies the 5 storey Nyatapola Temple, Nepal’s tallest pagoda temple then drive to Nagarkot O/N at Hotel.
Wake up call Early morning to see the sunrise and Mountain view. After breakfast you will be transferred to Telkot then walk 2-3 hours walk to 6th century temple of Changunarayan then After the visit by a short drive you will reach of Dhulikhel and overnight will be at Dhulikhel Mountain Resort.
After having a breakfast on the resort’s terrace facing the huge Himalaya, you will be driven to Godawari via sight seeing tour to Bugmati and Khokna to Godavari Village Resort, set on the banks of a lazy meandering stream, amidst a lush green terraced valley, with the magnificent backdrop of the mighty Himalayan snow clad peaks. This resort provides traditionally-designed cottages.
After breakfast drive to Kathmandu free for relaxing and souvenirs shopping. Farewell Dinner O/N at Hotel.
Transfer to airport
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