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The capital city of Nepal, Kathmandu, has a lot to offer the tourists. Known as the city of god and goddesses, the town is full of temples and Stupas. Moreover, there are 7 UNESCO world heritage sites in the valley. The Kathmandu Day tour offers a unique blend of art, culture, architecture, and craft works that are unlike anywhere else on earth. The city is a prime example of diversity as it’s a potpourri of hundreds of different cultures. Hence, a Kathmandu city tour is something you shouldn’t miss.
The city has a rich historical significance. From the Buddhist temples to the palaces, every building here has played an essential role in history. Moreover, the city is a melting pot of people of all religions. The temples of Pashupatinath and Changunarayan reflect the Hindu culture. On the other hand, Swayambhunath and Boudhanath Stupas signify the peace and the Buddhist culture.
The palaces in Kathmandu, Patan, and Bhaktapur represent the times of Malla kings in Nepal. Additionally, you’ll also get to see the local arts and crafts along with the unique cuisines that are native to our homeland. The Kathmandu city Tour is a fusion of all this.
We offer the Kathmandu day tour all around the year. It is a must-do tour that will bring you closer to our rich culture and history. Also, we provide quite an affordable price for this tour.
We begin our Kathmandu day tour at 9:00 am when we pick you up from your hotel in Kathmandu. We then proceed to our trip with an expert local tour guide. First, we visit the Swayambhunath Stupa. It is a very popular Buddhist temple that is popular among pilgrims and others alike. Swayambu is believed to have blossomed out of a Lotus. The temple has several statues and pictures of Lord Buddha. Moreover, there is also a temple devoted to Saraswati – the Hindu Goddess of learning. So, this temple is essentially a fusion of Buddhism and Hinduism.
Our next destination is the Kathmandu Durbar Square. The UNESCO World Heritage site is also known as Hanumandhoka or Basantapur Durbar Square. The place was the royal residence of the Malla kings in the 17th century. There are numerous temples, courtyards, and architectural constructions that reflect the culture during the medieval time.
Now we travel towards Bouddhanath Stupa as we continue our Kathmandu Day Tour. Located 8 km from downtown Kathmandu, it is one of the most popular tourist destinations of Kathmandu valley. Notably, the Buddhist temple is an ideal destination of pilgrims all over the world. 36-m high Stupa is one of the biggest in South Asia. The area also hosts numerous restaurants where we’ll have our lunch.
Finally, our last destination is probably the most significant Hindu heritage of Nepal; the Pashupatinath Temple. The temple, devoted to Lord Shiva, is one of the four most important religious sites for Shiva devotees. The temple is believed to have been built in the 5th century and redesigned later by the Malla kings. However, the sanctity of the site dates back to thousands of years ago when a Shiva Lingam was found there. The holy river of Bagmati flows through the middle of this sacred site.
Our Kathmandu day tour concludes with the Pashupatinath temple. We will then ride back to our hotels before nightfall.
Trip Destinations :
- Kathmandu Darbar Square
- Narayanhiti Museum