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Kathmandu Tour (4 D &3 N)

Package Duration
4 Days / 3 Nights
Destination Covered
Kathmandu - Patan - Bhaktapur

  • Day 1 : Arrival Kathmandu

    Description :

    Meet & Greet Upon Arrival At Kathmandu Airport And Transfer To Your Hotel.Afternoon Free Of The Day. Overnight At The Hotel.

    Day 2 : Kathmandu Sightseeing

    Description :

    Breakfast At The Hotel.At 0900Hrs Proceed For A Full Day Sightseeing Tour Of Kathmandu City, Swayambhunath And Patan Citykathmandu Durbar Square In The Heart Of Old Kathmandu City In Basantapur Never Fails To Impress First Time Visitors With Its Intricate Wood Carvings And Rich History. Surrounded By Concrete Buildings, The Complex Is An Oasis In A Fast Developing, Chaotic Modern City. Once The Residence Of Nepal’s Royal Family, All Coronation Ceremonies Were Held Here. The Palace Is An Amalgamation Of Eastern And Western Architecture With Additions By Rana And Shah Rulers Over The Centuries. An Unbelievable 50 Temples Lie Within The Vicinity Including The Temple Of The Titular Deity, Taleju Bhawani. The Durbar Is Divided Into Two Courtyards, The Outer Kasthamandap, Kumari Ghar, And Shiva-Parvati Temple, And The Inner Section Consisting Of Hanuman Dhoka And The Main Palace. Some Floors Have Been Converted To Museums Dedicated To Three Generations Of Shah Kings. Most Parts Of The Palace Premises Are Open To Tourists Throughout The Week.Some Important Monuments To See In This Area Are:The Taleju Temple Is The Tallest Of All Structures, Built By King Mahendra Malla In 1549 Ad. This Temple Is Open To The Public For One Day Each Year During The Dashain Festival.The Jagannath Temple, Built In The 16Th Century Is Known For The Fascinating Erotic Figures Carved On The Wooden Struts.The Kal Bhairav, One Of The Largest 17Th Century Stone Statues In Kathmandu, Representing The Terrifying Aspect Of Lord Shiva.

    Swet-Bhairav - The Temple Is Open To The Public Once In Year During Indra Jatra Festival.The 17Th Century Kumari Temple (The Temple Of Living Goddess) Is An Example Of Highly Developed Nepali Craftmanship.Kaandasthamp, From Which Kathmandu Derives Its Name, Is Said To Have Been Built From The Timber Of A Single Tree. Nautalle Durbar (The Nine Storied Palace).

    Swoyambhunath :
    Swoyambhu Literally Means ‘self-Existent One.’ Swoyambhunath Is Believed To Have Been Established More Than 2,500 Years Ago. According To Translations From An Inscription Dating Back To 460 A.D., It Was Built By King Manadeva And By The 13Th Century, Swoyambhunath Had Developed Into An Important Center Of Buddhism.
    Legend Has It That Swoyambhu Was Born Out Of A Lotus Flower That Bloomed In The Middle Of The Lake Which The Kathmandu Valley Once Was. The Largest Image Of The Sakyamuni Buddha In Nepal Was Recently Built On The Western Boundary Of Swoyambhu. Behind The Hilltop Is A Temple Dedicated To Manjusri Or Saraswati - The Goddess Of Learning. Chaityas, Statues And Shrines Of Buddhist And Hindu Deities Fill The Stupa Complex. The Base Of The Hill Is Almost Entirely Surrounded By Prayer Wheels That Were Recently Installed. Devotees Can Be Seen Circumambulating The Stupa At All Times.The Stupa Sits Atop The Hill And The Exceedingly Steep Stone Steps Leading Up To The Shrine Is Quite A Challenge. However There Is Also A Road Going Up Almost To The Top And You Can Drive Up. A Large Numbers Of Buddhists And Hindus Alike Visit Swoyambhunath Throughout The Day. Swoyambhu Is Perhaps The Best Place To Observe Religious Harmony In Nepal.
    Some Important Monuments To See In This Area:The Huge Gold Plated Vajra ‘thunderbolt’ Set In The East Side Of The Stupa. Buddha Statue On The West Side Of Swoyambhu.The Sleeping Buddha.The Temple Dedicated To Harati, The Goddess Of All Children. It Is Said That She Was An Ogress Before Lord Buddha Converted Her To Be The Caretaker Of All Children. The Dewa Dharma Monastery, Noted For A Bronze Icon Of Buddha And Traditional Tibetan Paintings.Patan City, Patan Durbar Square:
    Patan Durbar Square Complex Is Perhaps The Most Photographed Of The Three Durbar Squares. Located In The Heart Of Patan City, This Was Once The Palace Of The Kings Of Patan. The Square Is A Display Of Newari Architecture That Had Reached Its Pinnacle During The Reign Of Malla Kings Who Were Great Builders And Patrons Of The Arts. The Palace Has Three Main Courtyards: The Central And The Oldest Is Mul Chowk. To The West Of The Complex Are A Dozen Free Standing Temples Of Various Sizes And Built In Different Styles. A Masterpiece In Stone, The Krishnatemple, Himsentemple, The Golden Temple Of Hiranya Varna Mahavira And Sundari Chowk Mark The Artistic Brilliance Of The Newar Craftsment Of That Era. The Sundari Chowk With The Sunken Bath Of Tusha Hiti, Showcases Exquisite Woodcarvings, Stone And Metal Sculpture. Like The Other Palaces,Patan Durbar Squarealso Houses A Temple Dedicated To Taleju Bhawani.Some Important Monuments To See In This Area Are:The Golden Gate And Golden Windows Of The Old Palacethe Famous Krishna Temple With 21 Golden Pinnacles. The Bath With Many Carvings In Stone At Sundari Chowk.

    The Taleju Temple.
    The Temple Of Bhimsen With A Magnificient Golden Balcony Overlooking The Square.Char-Narayan Temple, Which Is Among The Finest Examples Of Woodcarvings. Chyasi Dega, Manga Hiti, Mul-Chowk. Overnight At The Hotel.

    Day 3 : Kathmandu Sightseeing

    Description :

    Breakfast At The Hotel. After Breakfast Full Day Sightseeing Tour Of Pashupatinath, Boudhanath And Bhaktapur Citythe Holiest Shrine Dedicated To Lord Shiva, Pashupatinath Is One Of The Four Most Important Religious Sites In Asia For Devotees Of Shiva. Built In The 5Th Century And Later Renovated By Malla Kings, The Site Itself Is Said To Have Existed From The Beginning Of The Millennium When A Shiva Lingam Was Discovered In The Forest. The Largest Temple Complex In Nepal,It Stretches On Both Sides Of The Bagmati River Which Is Considered Holy By Hindus. The Main Pagoda Style Temple Has A Gilded Roof, Four Sides Covered In Silver And Wood Carvings Of The Finest Quality. Temples Dedicated To Several Other Hindu And Buddhist Deities Surround The Temple Of Pashupatinath. Nearby Is The Temple Of Guheshwori Dedicated To Shiva’s Consort Sati Devi. Cremation Of Hindus Takes Place On Raised Platforms And It Is Always In Use. Only Hindus Are Allowed Inside The Gates Of The Main Temple. The Inner Sanctum Has A Shiva Lingam And Outside Sits The Largest Statue Of Nandi The Bull, The Vehicle Of Shiva. There Are Hundreds Of Shiva Lingams Within The Compound. The Big Shivaratri Festival In Spring Attracts Hundreds Of Thousands Of Devotees From Within Nepal And From India.

    The Awesome Structure Of Bouddhanath Is Indeed Inspiring. The 36-Meter-High Stupa Of Bouddhanath Is One Of The Largest Stupas In South Asia. With Countless Monasteries Surrounding It, Bouddhanath Is The Center Of Tibetan Buddhism In Nepal. Built In The Shape Of A Mandala Designed To Replicate The Gyangtse Of Tibet, The Stupa Was Renovated By Licchavi Rulers In The 8Th Century. The Location Of The Stupa Is Interesting As It Once Lay On The Ancient Trade Route To Tibet And It Was Here That Tibetan Merchants Rested And Offered Prayers For Centuries. Buddha Even Today Has A Strong Tibetan Presence As Countless Tibetan Refugees Found A Home Around The Stupa. On Top Is The Harmika And On Each Side Are Painted The All Seeing Eyes Of The Buddha Symbolizing Awareness. The Canopy Has Thirteen Stages. At Ground Level There Is A Brick Wall With 147 Niches And 108 Images Of The Dedicational Buddha Inset Behind Copper Prayer Wheels.

    Bhaktapur City:
    The Least Busy Among The Durbar Squares Is Bhaktapur Durbar Square In The Center Of Bhaktapur City. Showcasing Architecture That Dates Back To The Malla Period, The Square Is The Most Charming, With Wide Open Spaces That Are Off Limits To Vehicular Traffic. In Bhaktapur You Will See Some Of The Finest Medieval Arts Of Nepal. Of Particular Interest Are: The Golden Gate, Fifty-Five Windows And The Beautiful Statue Of King Bhupatindra Malla Mounted On A Giant Stone Pillar.The Golden Gate Was Erected By King Ranjit Malla As The Entrance To The Main Courtyard Of The Fifty-Five Window Palace. The Palace Of Fifty-Five Windows Was Built During The Reign Of King Yakshya Malla In 1427 A.D.And Was Re-Modelled By King Bhupatindra Malla In The 17Th Century. The Art Gallery Has A Fascinating Collection Of Ancient Manuscripts, Thangkas, Centuries-Old Stone Sculpture, Antique Paintings That Belong To The Hindu And Buddhist Traditions Of Various Periods. This Gallery Is Open Every Day Of The Week Except Tuesday.Overnight At The Hotel.

    Day 4 : Departure

    Description :

    Breakfast At The Hotel.Transfer From Hotel To Airport In Time To Connect Your Flight To Onward Journey.

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  • USD Per Person: Foreigner Rates:
    Our Rate Are Calculated As Of Today Conversion Rate And Is Subject To Change For The Above Arrangements Basing On 3 Different Categories Of Hotels Will Be As Under
    Cost With:2 Pax:3/5 Pax:6/9 Pax:10/aboveS/Supplement
    *** Hotel Holy Himal.22721617416450
    **** Hotel Himalaya363353305294164
    ***** Hotel Yak & Yeti420410368357315

    INR Per Person: SAARC Country Rates:
    Our Rate Are Calculated As Of Today Conversion Rate And Is Subject To Change For The Above Arrangements Basing On 3 Different Categories Of Hotels Will Be As Under
    Cost With:2 Pax:3/5 Pax:6/9 Pax:10/aboveS/Suplement
    ***Hotel Holy Himal11,55010,5007,8757,3503,465
    ****Hotel Himalaya11,05015,22512,91512,2856,720
    *****Hotel Yak & Yeti17,32516,59014,07013,5458,610

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