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The Kathmandu Valley Tour helps you explore the olden times and special places of Kathmandu Valley. You’ll get to see UNESCO World Heritage Sites and dive into the history and culture of Kathmandu in just one day.
Start your adventure in the heart of the city, at Basantapur Durbar Square, also known as Hanuman Dhoka. This medieval palace square was where the Malla dynasty ruled during the medieval era. It’s like stepping back in time with its unique pagoda-roofed temples and royal quarters. Here, you’ll even find the Living God, Kumari, which dess adds a touch of mystique to the atmosphere. Go even further into the past with a visit to the renowned Swayambhunath Temple, lovingly called the Monkey Temple. This iconic stupa on a hill is deeply connected to the history of the Kathmandu Valley. From its top, Buddha’s compassionate eyes watch over the city, bringing a feeling of peace. This place is important to both Hindus and Buddhists, and the breathtaking views from the hilltop are truly remarkable.
Your journey in Kathmandu wouldn’t be complete without a stop at the revered Pashupatinath Temple. This ancient Hindu temple, dedicated to Lord Shiva, stands as a significant sanctuary. The name “Pashupatinath” translates to “protector of all living beings.” Nearby is the Arya Ghat, a Hindu cremation site by the sacred Bagmati River, believed to offer a direct passage to paradise for those cremated here, according to Hindu beliefs. As part of the comprehensive Kathmandu Valley Tour, you’ll have the unique chance to do a kora (circumambulation) around the Boudhanath Stupa. This magnificent Buddhist stupa is a testament to Nepal’s spiritual heritage and holds a special place in the hearts of both locals and visitors.
Dive yourself in the captivating history and beauty of Kathmandu through this well-organized tour. Whether you’re arriving at Kathmandu Airport or are already exploring the city, this tour provides an insightful peek into its iconic stupas, temples, and UNESCO World Heritage Sites. Whether you’re interested in Kathmandu sightseeing, a day tour or even Nepal trekking packages, this tour ensures a thorough and unforgettable exploration of the Kathmandu Valley’s hidden treasures.
Kathmandu Valley Tour Highlights:
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Your tour guide will get you up from your hotel and take you to Boudhanath Stupa, located in the Kathmandu Valley’s northeast corner. It is the world’s largest Stupa and reflects Tibetan culture, tradition, and religion. The Stupa is surrounded by tranquility, and you will love the gift shops, boutiques, restaurants, and cafés lining the streets. You’ll have an hour to visit this lovely location.
Therefore, you will visit Pashupatinath Temple, which is well known among Hindus and has historical and religious significance.
Hundreds of Hindu devotees come to this shrine to pray and receive blessings. You will be able to witness Shivaratri if you visit this temple in February. It is observed since it is Lord Shiva’s birth anniversary. On the other side of the temple, you can see the burial and cremation on the Bagmati river bank.
Now you’ll be taken to Swayambhunath, also known as the “monkey temple,” by your tour guide.
It is situated on top of a hillock with a spectacular view of Kathmandu, overcrowded dwellings, and busy highways. UNESCO has designated this Stupa as a world heritage monument. It has old Buddhist holy monuments as well as the Gautam Buddha museum. In terms of sights and activities, this city has a lot to offer.
The next stop will be Kathmandu Durbar Square. This location has preserved Kathmandu’s heritage and Nepali culture through arts and architecture.
You will have the chance to visit the “Kumari” temple dedicated to the living goddess. Lunch will be served in a decent Nepali restaurant with traditional Nepali food. You may also take a trip around the square’s weird street, where you might want to grab a bite to eat if it fits into your budget.
You’ll walk throughout Patan Durbar Square before getting driven back to your hotel by your tour guide.
In the UNESCO heritage sites, face masks are made compulsory. Amidst the covid pandemic, the visits to the heritage sites are open but with complete precautionary principles.
Kathmandu is a beautiful but crowded city. So, a good night’s sleep before the tour is a must. You’ll be greeted with many friendly native faces, yummy dishes, artistic monuments, local ethnicities, and lifestyles. So, be ready to experience a wholesome day in the city of temples.
The capital, Kathmandu, is also known for its moderate climate. You can make a tour any time of the year and get greeted with summer, spring, winter, or autumn seasons accordingly.
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