- Explore Historical sites of Kathmandu valley.
- Explore City of Temple
- Beautiful sunrise View from Nagarkot.
- Explore Shivpuri National Park.
- Necessary Local Transport by Private vehicle
- Accommodation in Kathmandu at 3/4 star standard hotels with breakfast.
- Kathmandu Sightseeing with a tour guide.
- Entrance fee of all sightseeing spots in Kathmandu
- All additional government tax & permit.
- Nepal entry visa fee
- International / any airfare.
- Travelers insurance
- Alcohol, hot and cold drinks)
- Lunch and dinner in Kathmandu
- All expenses due to unavoidable events e.g. flight cancellation, personal illness, strike, political disturbances, etc.
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You will be warmly welcomed by Well Nepal Treks representative at your arrival in Tribhuwan International Airport (TIA), Kathmandu and escorted you to the hotel and our representative describes the itinerary of your tour. Stay overnight at the hotel.
After breakfast, you will drive to Pashupatinath Temple where you explore Pashupatinath Temple. Pashupatinath Temple: The most famous tourist site in Kathmandu is Lord Shiva’s temple, Pashupatinath Temple, which lies about 5 Km north east of Kathmandu. This temple is holiest Hindu Pilgrimage Shrines in Nepal with two tiered golden roof and four silver doors are situated on the bank of Bagmati River. Pashupatinath, 17th-century temple, is a pagoda of brass and gilt with the silver plated gateways where non-Hindus are not allowed to visit here but they can only see the gilded “Nandi, a bull”, Shiva’s Vehicle, inside the temple. They cannot enter the temple compound but can see the whole area from a high Vantage point. It has very religious prestige and importance for Hindu’s all over the world and the whole nation. Many tourists visit this holy temple every year and it is believed that one’s misfortune, bad luck, mistakes, an obstacle in life and devotees sorrow are all washed away by Lord Shiva and give happy life after. Thousands of devotees gather in here during Shivaratri Festival and worship their almighty. This festival tells everything about this temple, devotees and its importance. Then we drive towards Boudhanath stupa and explore it. Boudhanath Stupa Boudhanath Stupa is the largest stupa (36 M high) of Nepal which is located about 8 Km Northeast of Kathmandu. The stupa was built in the Lichchhavi Dynasty by king Dev in the 5th century. It has an octagonal base and hemisphere dome is topped by the square structure painted with Lord Buddha’s eyes with steps of enlightenment to the umbrella of Nirvana. Its base is surrounded by a wall with 147 inches each with 4-5 prayer wheels. The wheels are crafted with hundreds of notes of Buddha mantra “Om Mane Padme Hum” and with each turn of a wheel, hundreds of messages are sent to heaven symbolically. There is a Buddhist monastery and many Tibetan monks come to study here. After exploring Boudhanath Stupa we headed to Swayambhu another religious place of Buddhist as well as Hindu. Swayambhu: Swayambunath stupa is a religious site in Kathmandu which sits on the top of the Padmachala hill, 175 m above the valley and 3 km to the west of the city. The word Swayambhu means "the self-existent" in English. The stupa is built 2500 years ago by the King Manadeva which offers an opportunity to study the religious harmony in Nepal. The stupa is about 20 m in diameter and 10 m high. The white hemispherical mound represents the four elements subscribing earth, water, wind, and fire. Each side of the square stone has the eyes of Buddha which is the sign of true wisdom. The painted eyes on four sides represent the all-seeing eyes of Buddha and are watching all the time wrongdoers and good doers. This is a very religious shrine of Buddhists Tibetan monks, Brahmins priests and Newars nuns are the major worshipers here. After exploring Swayambunath we headed towards Kathmandu Durbar Square which is rich in arts and culture. Kathmandu Durbar Square: Durbar Square is the spiritual heart of Kathmandu. Kathmandu Durbar Square carries the real identity of cultural and arts. In Durbar square you can see the different temples and many attractive wood carving activities done in temples. You can also get an opportunity to see the Living God Kumari you can explore Kastamamdap which is believed that "Kasthamandap Temple is made up of by single tree with three storied. After exploring Kastamandap you will move to Kathmandu Durbar Square Museum before that you get an opportunity to see the big statue of Lord Bhairav and a big statue of Lord Hanuman at the entry of the museum. In museum, you can explore the history of Nepal and also the culture and tradition of Nepal.
With early breakfast, we depart to Patan and Bhaktapur area and explore the temples, history behind them, arts and crafts, and architects also enjoy Newari food. You will explore the local culture and tradition too Patan Durbar Square: The ancient city Patan, city of fine arts, lies 5 km to the south of Katmandu. Durbar Square consists of different sections of ancient palace-like Sundari Chowk (beautiful courtyard), the Tushahity (Royal Bath) which is a masterpiece of stone carvings and others are Mul Chowk (main courtyard). There is a statue of King Narendra Malla sitting on the stone pillar in front of the palace in the main square. Next, to it, there is a famous Krishna Mandir temple with 21 pinnacles built all of the stones. Most of the people of Patan city are Buddhists. Patan is also very famous in its artwork and many fine craftsmen in Patan who produce bronze/brass art work in different images/statues of Hindu/Buddhist Gods and Goddesses, silver jewelry, wood carvings. Most of the handicrafts you see in the local shops of Kathmandu valley are produced in Patan. Bhaktapur Durbar Square: Bhaktapur, a city of devotees, lies to the east 12 km away from Kathmandu. Durbar Square of Bhaktapur is impressive, wider, clean and beautiful with beautiful Lion Gate, Golden Gate, a palace of 55 windows, Batsala temple, barking Bell, the statue of King Bhupatendra Mall on a stone pillar, public bath and temple of Pashupatinath. On the left, you will find the tallest temple of Nyatapole which means 5 tiers representing symbols of 5 basic elements of nature such as water, wind, fire, earth, and ether. This is the highest pagoda temple of Nepal ever built with architectural perfection and artistic beauty in 1702 AD by the King Bhupatendra Malla. Next to Nyatapole is another giant temple of Bhairavnath, the God of Terror in three stories built in 1718 AD. If you walk ahead for about 20 minutes you will come to another square of a Dattatraya temple built in 1427 AD from a trunk of a single tree. Behind the temple, there is a monastery where you will notice exquisitely carved door frame and windows and also a famous peacock window back wall of the monastery. After sightseeing at Patan and Bhaktapur we headed to Nagarkot from where you can encounter the beautiful view of sunrise. Stay overnight at the hotel.
Nagarkot: Early morning you get a wake-up call to see the mesmerizing view of sunrise over the snow-capped mountain. after sunrise, you headed to Nagarkot tower from where you can encounter the panorama view of a different mountain like Annapurna, Manaslu, Ganesh, Langtang, Jugal, Rolwaling, Mahalangur and Numbur. From there you headed to Shivapuri National Park, in the park, you will explore the different plants, animals, temples, and waterfalls. Stay overnight at the hotel.
Today is the last day of your trek. Departure From Kathmandu to your home country. If you have plenty of time to stay in Nepal so you can make a call for us to plan for your trip.
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