Kathmandu Day Tour
Kathmandu Day Tour
About Kathmandu Day Tour
Kathmandu will be the first ground you will walk on when you find your journey to Nepal. As well as being Nepal’s hustling administrative center, Kathmandu has been filled with centuries-old antique-inherited ethos. Although the tall buildings have engulfed the valley ground, in every nook and angle of the town you will discover brilliantly sculptured structures. While some of these remain as an normal ancient fella for the locals in an alley, some spanning wider areas have become a UNESCO World Heritage Sites list. Kathmandu Day Tour includes a pleasant trip to four of Kathmandu’s seven world heritage sites: Kathmandu Durbar Square, Swyambhunath Stupa, Boudhanath Stupa and Pashupatinath Temple.
Beyond Thamel’s hurly-burly roads, a tourist-centric neighborhood in Kathmandu, there are quaint shrines and stupas that speak of past royalties that once governed the Kathmandu empires. There are plenty of old-world temples and stupas that formed the livings ‘ social status. There are also intriguing constructions that illustrate Nepal’s prevailing spiritual harmony. Day tour in Kathmandu is worth it during your journey in Nepal.
Highlights of Kathmandu Day Tour
Kathmandu Durbar Square
Kathmandu Durbar Square is a central heritage site that dates back to the medieval era in mystical architecture. Locally, it is regarded as the Hanuman Dhoka Palace that literally connects the Hindu mythology monkey deity to the Hanuman. There’s a large Hanuman monument built at the palace’s front door.
The temples and buildings with intriguing design are the main attractions in this area, working all over the doors and windows and pillars. They refer back to the 14th century and were old rulers ‘ crowning areas. The whole palace was a residence for the Kathmandu kings.
Swoyambhunath is a Buddhist Stupa located at the top of the Nagarjun Hill range that forms the northeastern border of the Kathmandu Valley. Its place is a ideal point of view offering a wide-angle perspective of the vibrant valley below. Furthermore, Swyambhunath is a ideal replication of the cultural harmony of Nepal. There is a big dome devoted to Lord Buddha with a large golden pinnacle. The miniature temple and stupa constructions offer the location a Lilliput vibe.
Due to the number of monkeys around the region, Swoyambhunath is often regarded as the ‘ monkey temple. ‘ There is a commonly thought myth that when ancient Manjushree encountered a lotus when the valley used to be a lake, the stupa stands at the same location.
In the heart of Kathmandu, Boudhanath Stupa is another Buddhist stupa. This is one of South Asia’s biggest Stupas and its Mandala design is the world’s biggest of its kind. The stupa is a religious pilgrimage to Buddhists, and while chanting prayers, you will see monks covered in maroon robbed doing the Kora. Boudha used to be a trade route to Tibet in old ages (Kora is a sacred word for orbiting the Boudha Mandala). A lot of restaurants offering Nepali-Tibetian cuisine can be found here.
Pashupatinath is a Hindu temple devoted to Lord Shiva, located on the bank of the Bagmati River. This is a famous Hindus pilgrimage site throughout Nepal and most of South Asia. Just 1 kilometer east of Tribhuwan International Airport, the temple covers a huge area. Tourists can drop in to admire the temple’s spiritual virtues and esthetics. In addition, Bagmati riverbank hosts Hindu crematorium rituals in the temple premise.
- All ground transportation by private vehicle
- English speaking guide including his meals and salary
- Government taxes and office service charge
- Foods and accommodation in Kathmandu
- Tips for guide and driver
Cost & Dates
Group tours are unavailable for this trip, however, you can opt for the private trip. The private trips are available on any date of your choice at any time of the year. Let us know about your preferred travel dates and we shall organize it as per your convenience. Get in touch with your query now.