Kathmandu Tours focuses all the key highlights of Kathmandu valley. A living gallery of Nepalese arts, culture, and ancient heritage famed from the time immemorial. Not only the unforeseen blend of Hindu and Buddhist tribal traditions, but also the tremendous architecture and antiquity behind the monuments have made Kathmandu a must and most touring destination. Sightseeing of Kathmandu comprises the magnificent UNESCO World Heritage Sites. In addition to this, Kathmandu is a mammoth assemblage of lesser observed local villages, sanctums and legends; which are still miraculous. Therefore, a tour in Kathmandu valley is the best decision for your holiday with our guides along with expertise in the local cultural treasure.
Tours in Kathmandu is flexible and can be adjusted as per the length of your holiday. However, what we highly recommend to our valued clients is, one day to five days package. This tour of Kathmandu takes you to the heart of all the three sister cities: Kathmandu, Bhaktapur and Patan comprising old Durbar Squares. all cities are renowned Buddhist Stupas, legendary Hindu shrine with open public crematorium, local medieval villages and nearby hill stations overlooking the Kathmandu valley.
A little bit of Kathmandu Sightseeing will provide the visitor with quite a fascinating setting. Kathmandu Sightseeing will allow the visitor to have a glimpse of the green mountain walls and snowcapped peaks. During the Kathmandu Sightseeing tour, the visitor will have the chance to go to the three legendary cities of Kantipur, Patan and Bhaktapur that have quite an extensive history, religion and culture . Himalayan High Spirits Adventures organze the day tour with experienced city tour guides and provides service according to wish of guest .
The Capital of Nepal,is named after a medieval pagoda"Kasthamandapa" wooden house.Here, at durbar Square,one can visit the house of kumari"living Goddess",Hanuma Dhoka and many other fascinating temples and bazaars in the area.
This is regarded as one of the oldest stupa in the world.it is said to be more thna 2000 years old. now a days it is known as a monkey temple, where you can see thausand of monkey in the temple and the street. the stupa,perched on a sacred hilltop is surrounded with votive stupas, gilded peacocks, taras,thunderbolt,manadalas,Tibetan monastries and tepmple of Harati Ajima. this place is very famouse for both hindus and buddhist even you can see better view of the Kathmandu valley, best view in the morning time and good candling in the evening
This is one of the most sacred of all Hindu temples dedicated to lord Shiva.It is situated on the bank of the holy Bagmati river,where the cremation Ghats are located.Pashu is Animal and patinath is goddes so it means god of animal that's why may see lot of cow and monkey even pegion.A quite and peaceful place gives one an insight in to one of the world's greatest religion.Non-Hindus are not allowed to enter the temple but anyone can visit out side of main Temple.
The world's largest Buddhist stupa,is the site of great veneration for Himalayan Buddhist.being in the old Tibet-Nepal trading route and many Tibetans living around the area,there are many monasteries of the different sects of Tibetans Buddhism being built. you may see piligrimes walking around the wall three time with chanting and ruging prayer wheel,it means stupa give one a glimpse of Tibet.
Bhaktapur is City of Devotees and also known as Bhad Gaon.this beautiful medieval town is the most preserved of the three medieval cities of Kathmandu valley,it is 20 km out from kathmandu. there arefascinating architectural show pieces.The lion gate,Golden gate and palaces of 55 windows. in the Taumadi Square, one can visit the 17th century pagoda style tepmple of Nyatapola, the tallest and the best example of a pagoda.here you can see many old style house and farming.this is the main cities of vegetable and Nepali Black cap
Day 2. Weak up early in the morning take break fast around 7.30 then prepare for sightseeing, our tour guide take to Pashupatinath temple(hindus temple) it will take maximum 1 hrs after that we go to visit Budhanath (Buddhist Stupa) once we finished buddhanath visit then lunch break, tour guide will show you good restaurant as your request. after lunch we drive to Narayan than, it will take you one hrs then back to hotel. free day
Day 3. After break fast tour guide take to Shayambhunath(Buddhist and Hindus) to visit here it will take 1 hrs then after we move to Patan durbar square. we will spend here arond 2-3hrs then back to hotel