Kathmandu City Tour
Kathmandu Heritage Site Tour takes you on a voyage of disclosure to a portion of the city’s famous UNESCO World Heritage Sites. Go through one day in Kathmandu encountering its rich cultural heritage. Likewise, visit a medieval royal palace square and antiquated profound destinations that are as old as the city itself. In addition to this, investigate Kathmandu Durbar Square and the royal seat of Malla tradition. These were once used to lead over the medieval kingdom of Kathmandu. It is a standout amongst the most visited places in Kathmandu. This is a place of Kumari, the Living Goddess spots the regal square. Unpredictably cut wooden swaggers, windows, and metal itemizing beautify pagoda-roofed sanctuaries and illustrious structures. In contrast, these chronicled landmarks feature Kathmandu’s rich craftsmanship and engineering. Also, durbar square is a vital socio-social site of the valley’s Newari people group.
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The cost for the Kathmandu Valley Sightseeing City Tour varies on the means of transportation you choose. The number of visitors also depends upon the vehicle you choose. However, the feel of the tour and the visit to the above cultural heritages are the same. If you book the package from HikeonTreks then you will have a blast and comfortable Kathmandu City Tour.
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Kathmandu City Tour Cost
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Kathmandu city is famous for its ancient architecture and sculpture. The ancient Bhaktapur, Patan, and Hanumandhoka Durbar are a few examples of different eras of the architecture of Nepal inside Kathmandu Valley. The city may seem busy with its official work but the other beauty of the city is also flourishing day by day. Due to centralization, the population is at its peak in Kathmandu City. That is why we will not be able to capture the original natural sites. However, the city is surrounded by the green Shivapuri Forest which complements the place beautifully.
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Kathmandu, the city of temples is home to three World Heritages of UNESCO. During this tour, you will be able to visit all three places in a day. All three places carry their own importance in all religious, cultural, and architectural aspects. There is no special date known for the establishment of these cultural heritages. Kathmandu City Tour provides you the opportunity to visit these holy places which are worshipped by many citizens of Nepal. Some of the unique features of the places are described below:
Swyambhunath Temple’s inception is firmly connected to the formation of Kathmandu Valley. The companionate eyes of the Buddha watch over the city from the highest point of the stupa. Holy to the two Hindus and Buddhists, the ridge sanctuary offers all-encompassing perspectives on the city. Also, the temple is known as the Monkey temple. As it covers a large area there is a small forest which is a habitat for the monkey. It is the symbol of religious tolerance in Nepal as it carries both religions Hinduism and Buddhism together. Thus, we can have a wide-eye view of Kathmandu City from the stupa.
The antiquated Hindu sanctuary of Pashupatinath is a standout amongst the most vital Hindu places of worship committed to Lord Shiva. ‘Pashupatinath’, signifies ‘defender of every single living being’. The Hindu incineration site of Arya Ghat lies adjacent, on the banks of the heavenly stream Bagmati. Hindus believe that the spirits of those incinerated here discover their path straight to paradise. Moreover, a total of a kora (circumambulation) around Boudhanath Stupa, the greatest Buddhist stupa in Nepal.
Boudhanath, aside from being a notable milestone, is a vital journey community for supporters of Tibetan Buddhism. The huge vault of the stupa sits on a mammoth mandala. Find the valley’s rich social fortunes by joining this Kathmandu City Tour. On the off chance that you are searching for a more extended visit and need to visit all the prevalent traveler goals in the nation, you can attempt our Best of Nepal Tour. For a total Himalayan social visit, the social pearls of both Nepal and Bhutan by booking our well-known Jewels of Bhutan and Nepal Tour.
In view of this Hike on Trek has structured a 1-day Kathmandu City visit to acquainting our capital city with the foreigners who travel to Nepal for an alternate reason. In contrast, all people who wish to visit the capital city in one day can contact us. After doing a brief research on time and location we planned the tour for the people. As you know we have our office in Bhagawanbahal, Kathmandu, Nepal(014514568) and Frontgate, Pokhara Airport, Pokhara(061458550). So, you can contact us anywhere. Also, we are available online on Viber and Whatsapp(9851237317 9801177317). Book the Tour Package now.
The 1-day city tour itinerary is as follows:
After having breakfast, our guide will meet you in the Hotel. You will be clarified about the spots you should visit that day. You will board a vehicle from Hike on Trek and will drive for the Kathmandu City Tour. The spots you will visit are:
Boudhanath: Boudhanath, one of the biggest stupas in South Asia is a point of convergence of Tibetan Buddhism in Nepal. This white hill looms thirty-six meters overhead. This stupa is situated on the antiquated exchange course to Tibet where Tibetan dealers used to rest and offer supplications. At the point when outcasts entered Nepal from Tibet during the 1950s, a considerable lot of them choose to live around Boudhanath. They built up numerous gompas, and the “Little Tibet” of Nepal was conceived. This “Little Tibet” is as yet the best spot in the Valley to watch the Tibetan way of life. Priests stroll in maroon robes. Tibetans stroll with supplication wheels in their grasp, and the ceremonies of surrender are displayed to Buddha.
Swyambhunath: Swyambhunath is situated on a little peak. This is a hallowed spot that contains numerous stupas and sanctuaries where both Hindu and Buddhists go for love. As indicated by legends, the historical backdrop of Kathmandu Valley starts from Swyambhunath itself. In times strange by history, Bodhisattva Manjushree ran over a lovely lake amid his movement. He saw a lotus that radiated splendid light at the lake’s inside, so he cut a canyon in a southern slope and depleted the waters to adore the lotus. Men settled on the bed of the lake and considered it the Kathmandu Valley. From that point on, the ridge of the self-existent Lord has been a heavenly spot for both Hindu and Buddhists.
Kathmandu Durbar Square: Kathmandu Durbar Square contains uncountable landmarks. The place of the Living Goddess (Kumari Guar), the fierce Kal Bhairab, the red monkey god, and many suggestive carvings are a couple of instances of the sights in the Kathmandu Durbar Square. The structures here are the best accomplishments of the Malla administration, and they came about because of the incredible contention between the three royal residences of Kathmandu, Patan, and Bhaktapur. The Valley was separated among the offspring of Yaksha Malla. For guests today, and for the Nepalese, it was fortunate that they, and later their offspring’s, started imaginative fighting attempting to exceed each other in magnificent developments. Rulers replicated everything their neighbors worked in a significantly more excellent style.
Pashupatinath: Pashupatinath sanctuary is the holiest Hindu journey goal in Nepal. The encompassing of Pashupatinath contains statues, holy places, and sanctuaries committed to various divinities. A sanctuary committed to Shiva existed at this site in AD 879. Be that as it may, the present sanctuary was worked by King Bhupatindra Malla in 1697. A gold-plated rooftop, silver entryways, and woodcarvings of the best quality enliven the pagoda development. Guheswari Temple, reestablished in AD 1653, speaks to the female “drive”. It is committed to Sati Devi, Shiva’s first spouse, who surrendered her life in the blazes of her dad’s flame custom. This sanctuary is arranged in the bank of Bagmati stream where Hindu individuals incinerate dead bodies.
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|Sights||Entry fee for foreigners||Entry fee for Indian||Entry fee for SAARC|
|Kathmandu Durbar Square including Tribhuvan Museum||NPR 1000||NPR 150||NPR 1000|
|Patan Durbar Square including Patan Museum||NPR 1,000||NPR 250||NPR 1000|
|Bhaktapur Durbar Square||NPR 1,500||NPR 500||NPR 500|
|Swayambhu Stupa||NPR 200||NPR 50||NPR 200|
|Bauddha Stupa||NPR 400||NPR 100||NPR 400|
|Pashupatinath Temple||NPR 1,000||FREE||NPR 1000|
NOTE: KATHMANDU SIGHTSEEING, ENTRY FEE MAY FLUCTUATE WITHOUT PRIOR NOTICE, ENTRY FEE ARE NOT INCLUDED IN SIGHTSEEING PACKAGE.