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Kathmandu City Sightseeing Tour

7 Hours

Main Highlights:

Kathmandu city sightseeing tour takes you around wonderful historical, religious places where most areas listed in world heritage sites of great historical wonders. While in Kathmandu one can join in for sightseeing tour for a half-day to full day or more of few days all leads to interesting places full of old time glorious that Kathmandu and Nepal was in the past hundred of centuries.

For a Day Tour (from 9 a.m. to 3 to 4 p.m. with short drive and walks)

Kathmandu Durbar Square with Syambhunath (Monkey Temple) Afternoon Pashupatinath-Bouddhanath.

At a Glance

Destination

Nepal

Accomodation

Hotels and Local lodge

Trip Difficulty

Easy

Max People

14

Duratiton

1 Day

Activities

Tour

Meals

Breakfast and Lunch

Vehicle

Private Car

Ancient Kathmandu City

Brief trip Profile:

  • Kathmandu City Tour of Durbar Square
  • Hanuman Dhoka
  • Temple of Kumari
  • Kastha Mandap
  • Pashupatinath Temple
  • Swayambhunath Stupa
  • Bouddhanath Stupa
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    Cost Includes:

    • Airport transfers.
    • Accommodation.
    • Meals.
    • Internal flights

    Cost Excludes:

    • International flights
    • Travel insurance
    • Nepal entry visa
    • Personal expenses

    Trip Detail:

    Kathmandu City Tour of Durbar Square:
    Durbar Square teems with active life visiting uncountable monuments includes House of Living Goddess (Kumari Ghar), the ferocious Kal Bhairab, a red monkey god.

    The buildings of great achievements during Malla regime, tour takes around the Square to witness round temple pagoda architecture, the temple of Goddess Taleju with an image of Shiva and Parbati sitting together among the many monuments.

    The Square full of colorful life and other crafts around witness Kastamandap rest house. The rest house built with a wood of single tree where Kathmandu name derived from.

    Kathmandu Durbar Square most important sights for tour where the complex also houses historical museum a mementoes of past different Shah Kings

    Hanuman Dhoka:
    Falls to historic seat of past royals, specially to Malla dynasty within Durbar Square where old Royal Palace Complex dedicated to Malla monarchs, classified as a World Heritage Site.

    The age-old temples and palaces epitomize the religious and cultural life-style of the people. The interesting things to view include Taleju Temple built by late King Mahindra Malla in 1549 A.D.,

    Observe Great Bell and Big Drums. The main golden-gate guarded by Monkey-God called Hanuman, a faithful devotee of Lord Ram Chandra-the Hero of the Epic “Ramayana.”

    Temple of Kumari:
    Temple a holy quadrangle with Buddhist stupa with residential quarters of the Chaste Virgin Living Goddess called KUMARI, traditional building with carved wooden balconies and window screens.

    Kastha Mandap:
    Located near Temple of Kumari, a unique wooden temple also known as Maru Satal, built in 1596 A.D. by King Laxmi Narsingh Malla.

    It is believed that Kathmandu comes from very ‘Kastha Mandap.’ Today it housed the Hindu God namely Gorakh-Nath.

    Pashupatinath Temple:
    A pagoda Hindu temple with gilt roofs, carved with silver doors dedicated to Lord Shiva, situated at the bank of holy Baghmati River.

    Regarded as most sacred temples for all Hindu religion, Pashupatinath Temple is the nerve center of pilgrimage on the day of ‘Shiva-Ratri’.  (Birth anniversary of Lord Shiva).

    Swayambhunath Stupa:
    One of the oldest Buddhist sites of more than 25 centuries old and stands as one of the world’s oldest Buddhist Chaityas. The Great Stupa of Swayambhunath the wonder and landmark of Nepal, listed World Heritage for Site, painted on four -sided spiral all seeing eyes of lord Buddha, keeping an eternal watch on the Valley distinguishing between vice and virtue.

    Located west of Kathmandu City proper across places on a hillock, about 500 feet above the level of the Valley floor, the whole hill a mosaic of small Chaitya and pagoda temples possessing great five Mahayana (Lamaism) and one Hinyan (Theravadas).

    Bouddhanath Stupa:
    Stands as largest Buddhist shrine of South Asia, this ancient colossal a chhorten built in 6th Century A.D. by King Man Deb.

    It rests on a series of three terraces with bird’s eye view and relevant shapes of a lotus flower, a very holy object for all Buddhists the Stupa surrounded by circular market, which forms like a small Tibet.

    Where four pairs of Lord Buddha’s eyes give a vivid flash around four cardinal directions, the Stupa embraces authentic philosophy of Mahayana Buddhism faith known as Lamaism in Sikkim, Ladakh, Bhutan and Tibet.

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    FAQs

    What is Everest Base Camp (EBC)?

    Everest Base Camp is the starting point for climbers attempting to summit Mount Everest, the highest peak in the world. It is located at an altitude of approximately 5,364 meters (17,598 feet) above sea level in the Khumbu region of Nepal.

    How do I get to Everest Base Camp?

    The most common way to reach Everest Base Camp is by trekking from Lukla, a small mountain airstrip in Nepal. You can take a flight from Kathmandu to Lukla and start your trek from there. The trek usually takes around 12-14 days round trip.

    Do I need previous trekking experience to reach EBC?

    While previous trekking experience can be helpful, it is not mandatory. The Everest Base Camp trek is challenging but can be undertaken by anyone with a good level of fitness and a strong determination to complete the journey.

    When is the best time to trek to Everest Base Camp?

    The best time for the Everest Base Camp trek is during the pre-monsoon (spring) season (March to May) and post-monsoon (autumn) season (September to November). During these months, the weather is relatively stable, and the skies are clear, providing breathtaking views of the Himalayas.

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