Places Covered: Kathmandu-Swayambhu, Patan-Budhanilkantha-Bouddhanath-Pashupatinath-Sangaa-Nagarkot-Bhaktapur

Duration: 05 Nights/06 Days

Day 1 Arrive in Kathmandu

  • Meet and help by our delegate at the air terminal and exchange to inn. Rest of the day is for relaxation.
  • Medium-term at the HotelAnnapurna.

Day 2 Sightseeing in Swayambhu, Patan, and Kathmandu

  • After breakfast, drive to swayambhunath.
  • SwayambhunathStupa is the white domed stupa which remains solitary on a hillock in the northwest of the Kathmandu Valley. It is otherwise called 'The Monkey Temple' because of the vast number of rhesus primates living there. Legend has it that when Kathmandu Valley was a lake 2000 years back, a solitary lotus bloom developed at the focal point of the lake. At the point when Saint Manjushree, the Bodhisattva depleted the lake with a solitary slice of his sword, the lotus settled over a slope and mysteriously transformed into a stupa. Therefore, Swoyambhunath is otherwise called a Self-Created stupa.
  • A standout amongst the most critical and the most sacrosanct Buddhist holy places of Nepal, Swayambhunath Stupa is loaded up with littler chaityas, sanctuaries, painted pictures of gods and various different religious items. There are numerous little places of worship with statues of Tantric and shamanistic gods, petition wheels for the Tibetan Buddhists, Shiva lingams and a prominent Hindu sanctuary committed to Harati, the Goddess of smallpox and different pestilences.
  • Patan is one of the biggest urban areas in Nepal and is found directly over the Bagmati stream from Kathmandu. This city is otherwise called 'City of Beauty' in Sanskrit. The one of a kind Durbar Squares, sanctuaries, back roads, food, cordiality and religious resistance advocating the pre-memorable status of the city of Patan has turned into a blend of two powerful religions Hinduism and Buddhism. It is a city of 55 noteworthy sanctuaries, 136 Buddhist religious communities, fine metal works, and innumerable celebrations.
  • Lalitpur is accepted to have been established in the third century BC by the Kirat tradition and later extended by Licchavis in the 6th century. It was additionally extended by the Mallas amid the medieval period. A standout amongst the most utilized and commonplace Newar names of Lalitpur is Yala. It is said that King Yalamber or Yelling Hang named this city after himself, and as far back as this antiquated city was known as Yala.
  • In 1768, Lalitpur was attached to the Gorkha Kingdom by Prithvi Narayan Shah with no fight.
  • Kathmandu, the capital city of Nepal is otherwise called Kantipur is the center point of Nepal's craft and culture. The Pahari name Kathmandu comes from Kasthamandap sanctuary which is produced using the timber of a solitary tree. Holding its old conventions, Kathmandu is honored by a Living Goddess and is improved by unending stylized parades and occasions that rampage once in a while with crowds of lovers looking for gifts.
  • Legend has it that the valley was at one time a primordial lake ringed by verdant mountains. In this unblemished lake lived mammoth snakes until one fine day, holy person Manjushree, the Bodhisattva, raised a powerful sword and in one slice, cut open the side of a mountain at a spot currently known as Chobhar. The voluminous waters of the lake spouted out, deserting a ripe valley equipped for supporting substantial urban settlements throughout the centuries. In any case, the valley's wonderful urban communities with their resplendent royal residences, radiantly made pagodas and momentous stupas are a declaration of the masterful virtuoso of the Newar specialists, the first occupants of the valley, whose abilities were advocated by the Malla lords and acknowledged even by the Mongol leaders of the eighteenth century China.
  • Medium-term at the HotelAnnapurna.

Day 3 Sightseeing in Budhanilkantha, Bouddhanath, and Pashupatinath

  • After breakfast, drive to Budhanilkantha.
  • Budhanilkanthais a Hindu outdoors sanctuary committed to Lord Vishnu. Budhanilkantha Temple is arranged underneath the Shivapuri Hill at the northern end of the Kathmandu valley and can be recognized by a substantial leaning back statue of Lord Vishnu. The sanctuary's fundamental statue of Budhanilkantha is viewed as the biggest stone cutting in Nepal.
  • As indicated by one story, a rancher and his significant other once struck a figure while furrowing the field, which made it begin drenching blood into the ground. This ended up being the figure of the lost god of Budhanilkantha, which was recouped and put in its present position.
  • Boudhanath Stupa is a standout amongst the most forcing tourist spots of Kathmandu and is a focal point of Tibetan Buddhism. The stupa is based on a monstrous three dimension mandala style stage and is 36 meters (118 feet) in tallness. The base of the stupa is embellished with 108 little pictures of the Dhyani Amitabha Buddha and inset with petition wheels. A huge number of explorers circle the stupa a clockwise way every day turning the petition wheels. It is said that each turn of a supplication wheel is what could be compared to presenting the mantra. The stupa's monstrous mandala makes it one of the biggest circular stupas in Nepal. The old stupa is one of the biggest on the planet. It is a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
  • The Stupa is on the old exchange course from Tibet that enters the Kathmandu Valley by the town of Sankhu in the upper east corner. Tibetan vendors have rested and offered supplications here for a long time. At the point when outcasts entered Nepal from Tibet during the 1950s, many chose to live around Boudhanath. The Stupa is said to bury the remaining parts of a Buddhist sage, maybe parts of the Buddha's body (bones, teeth), or holy messages and other stately items.
  • Pashupatinath Temple is a sanctuary worked in pagoda style has overlaid rooftop and lavishly cut silver entryways. The great sanctuary of Pashupatinath with its bewildering design magnificence is arranged in the midst of a lavish green normal setting on the bank of the consecrated Bagmati River. Non-Hindus are not permitted to enter the sanctuary areas but rather may investigate premises from the contrary bank. It draws a huge number of pioneers and lovers from Nepal and India amid the celebration of Mahashivaratri (the evening of Lord Shiva).
  • Pashupatinath is additionally Nepal's most famous Hindu incineration site. In the Hindu Culture, after an individual is dead, his/her body is enveloped by material, put on bamboo litters and conveyed to the incineration site where the oldest child in the family consumes the body. The cinders from the dead body are gathered and cleared into the River Bagmati that in the long run joins the Holy Ganges. Arya Ghat is of exceptional significance since it is here the individuals from the imperial family were incinerated. The fundamental incineration site is BhasmeshvarGhat, which is the most-utilized incineration site in the Kathmandu Valley.
  • Medium-term at the HotelAnnapurna.

Day 4  Sightseeing in Sangaa and Nagarkot

  • After breakfast, drive to Sanga which will take around 50 minutes to 60 minutes.
  • Sangaa: Kailashnath Mahadev sculpture is that the world's tallest Shiva sculpture and second tallest Hindu god sculpture that is organized in Sanga-outskirt of Bhaktapur and Kavrepalanchwok areas. it's around twenty klicks from Katmandu. The statue is 143 feet (43.5 m) in tallness was made utilizing copper, zinc, cement, and steel. The statue of Lord Shiva demonstrates him holding a Trishul in one hand and another is brought up in a lift position. The spot got a moment distinction inside a brief timeframe as it is a one of a kind blend of nature and religion.
  • Nagarkot is found 32 km east of Kathmandu, Nepal in Bhaktapur District in the Bagmati Zone. It is found around 7000 ft (2000 m) above ocean level and 28 km from Kathmandu International Airport and is considered as a standout amongst the grandest spots of Bhaktapur region which likewise offers an all-encompassing perspective on Kathmandu Valley. Nagarkot is well known for its Himalayan perspectives the Himalayan tops at dawn are a radiant incredible sight.
  • Medium-term at Mystic Mountain Hotel in Nagarkot.

Day 5  Sightseeing in Nagarkot and Bhaktapur

  • In Nagarkot: A short stroll toward the beginning of the day and appreciate the grand dawn see.
  • Bhaktapur, otherwise called the city of lovers, is the home of medieval craftsmanship and engineering. Lying 14 kilometers/9 miles east of Kathmandu City, this spot was established in the ninth Century and is molded like a conch shell. The city is at the stature of 4,600 ft. above ocean level. In Bhadgaon, you will visit the Durbar Square with the Palace of 55 windows worked by King BhupatindraMalla. The renowned five-storied Nyatapol sanctuary on the porches of which stands a couple of figures - two goddesses, two resilient men, two elephants, two lions, and two griffins is the tallest sanctuary in the valley and was likewise worked by King BhupatindraMalla. It is a standout amongst the best instances of Pagoda styled sanctuaries. The uncommon Bhaktapur Durbar Square is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and its landmarks mirror the great days of the Malla Dynasty.
  • Among the three durbar squares, the Bhaktapur Durbar Square is by a long shot the most exquisite with its substantial open space confronting south. The unprecedented Durbar Square with its remarkable landmarks mirrors the greatest days of the Malla line when workmanship and engineering flourished in the three urban areas of the valley.
  • Strolling around stoneware square and seeing the craftsmanship of local people making mud pots from earth soil speaks to a cherished inheritance that still gets by in the old city of Bhaktapur.
  • Medium-term at the HotelAnnapurna.

Day 6  Final Departure

  • We guarantee that you will leave Kathmandu with esteeming memory and an encounter of a lifetime. Our delegate will drive you to the airplane terminal in time for your trip back home.
  • Arrival and departure transfers by private vehicle with an English-speaking representative.
  • 04 night’s accommodation at Hotel Annapurna, room on twin sharing basis and breakfast.
  • 01 night’s accommodation at Mystic Mountain Hotel- Nagarkot, room on twin sharing basis and breakfast.
  • All transfers and sightseeing tour with local English-speaking guide in Private air-conditioned vehicle.
  • Entrance fees at the monuments as per the program.
  • Lunch and dinner included.
  • International airfares and expenses.
  • Domestic airfares (cited as an additional)
  • Refreshments, tips, packaged beverages and bar bills.
  • Insurance and salvage of any structure.
  • Cost emerging out of flight crossing out/street barricades/avalanches others outside our ability to control.

 



Cost Per Person 

Rs.38,800

All Inclusive