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Tour to famous monument of Nepal exhibits the true colors of tours in Nepal .It displays ancient cultural and historical significance. These cultural aspects fascinates every visitor who are looking for cultural exchange.
The tour to famous monuments of Nepal is gives a vivid idea about our countr Nepal. We visit Boudhanath Stupa, Pashupathinath Temple, Bhaktapur and finally end up at Nagarkot. The next day we will visit more monuments, namely Swoyambhunath Stupa, Kathmandu Durbar Square & Patan Durbar Square.
Tour to famous monument of Nepal, begins with your arrival in Tribhuwan International airport. After your arrival, we will transfer you to your hotel. Then you will stroll around the streets for lively night life in Thamel. There are plenty of restaurants, dance bars and cultural programs happening after sunset in Thamel. You would love to be part of it.
The next day after having your breakfast, we will catch our private vehicle to visit UNESCO world heritage sites . We go around Kathmandu valley specifically, swoyambhunath stupa, Kathmandu durbar square and Patan durbar square.
These world heritage sites reflect the brilliance in architecture and ancient culture. Next day we will go for further sightseeing. Mainly we visit Boudhanath stupa, pilgrimage pashupatinath temple and picturesque Bhaktapur durbar square and then we go for the overnight stay at Nagarkot hill.
Early in the morning, we will go for exceptional sunrise views over the Himalayas form Nagarkot .It is regarded as the best Himalayan view point near Kathmandu valley. After embracing these moments we will either catch international flight or join another exciting trip with Euro Asia treks for further tours or treks.
Join short and easy tour to famous monument of Nepal with Euro-Asia treks for sightseeing around the three major cities nearby Kathmandu .It is ideal for those who want to experience nepali culture and natural splendor in short period of time. You can always join other treks or tours after completion of this trip and create the best of holiday memories in Nepal.
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Welcome by our representative at the airport and transfer to hotel in Kathmandu. Later enjoy a Welcome Dinner in the Evening.
Stay overnight at Kathmandu.
Boudhanath Stupa not only takes you to the journey to the ancient and world’s biggest Stupa or to Buddhist Pilgrimage sites but also exposes you to the Tibetan communities within Nepal. Along with monasteries and devotees chanting religious hymns and playing prayer wheels you will also get to be close with the young boys and girls devoted to be Buddhist Monk which gives you a different perspective about life.
Pashupatinath, one of the holiest temple of Hindu deities Lord Shiva, has a golden roof and silver doors and is built in pagoda style. The temple is in the mid of green forest and the river Bagmati on whose bank Hindus are cremated is flowing on its side. People except Hindu are not allowed to enter the main courtyard of the temple but can be viewed from the eastern bank of the river. It is the center of the Hindu pilgrimage and annually thousands of devotees flock into the temple during Shivaratri and Teej which occurs in the month of March and August respectively.
Bhaktapur Durbar Square:
This durbar square will mesmerize you with the beauty of different temples and palaces. You will not only be able to see the spectacular view of 15th century architecture but also will be acquainted with the palaces and the courtyard of the ancient times. The golden gates, wooden palace studded with 55 windows, Batsala temple, Shiva temple and the National Art Gallery are the major attractions of this square. Moreover, you might not want to miss out the five storied Nyatapola Temple built in 17th century; adding on to its structure are the pair of two wrestlers, two elephants, two lions, two griffins and goddess’s tigress & lioness in each storey making it the most tallest pagoda style temple exhibiting the immense creativity and craftsmanship of Nepali in those centuries.
Nagarkot situated 32 km northeast of Kathmandu in an altitude of 2164 m is one of the ideal places for viewing sunrise and sunset reflecting the changing colors on the Himalaya. Besides you will enjoy being away from the hustle and bustle of Kathmandu city and enjoy some glimpses of rural Nepal from thatched roofed houses to terraced farming.
Stay overnight at Nagarkot.
After having our early breakfast we drive to Kathmandu and after we reach Kathmandu we head towards sightseeing program.
The Swoyambhunath Stupa is one of the holiest Buddhist sites in Nepal and is situated at the hillock. From this Stupa you can closely look at the settlement pattern in Kathmandu and have a close look at the Chaityas and Monasteries which circles the main stupa of Swoyambhunath. This stupa also relates itself to the history of creation of Kathmandu Valley as how Manjushree, a Buddhist monk, saw a huge lotus emanating bright light at the center of the lake. So he cut a deep gorge allowing the water to drain from the lake because he wanted to observe and worship the lotus where it is said that Swoyambhunath is situated.
Kathmandu Durbar Square:
Kathmandu Durbar Square welcomes you to the palaces, courtyards and temples built between 12th to 18th centuries where the then Kings used to live and the coronations of Shaha dynasty Kings used to take place. You might be amazed with the number of temples and architectural styles that you see in this courtyard. Moreover, you might also get the glimpse of Kumari, a living goddess, whose residence is within this courtyard.
Kumari, Virgin Goddess, must be chosen from a Newar community, inhabitants of Kathmandu, with no body marks & injuries who will be replaced by another Kumari after puberty.
Patan Durbar Square is an enchanting melange of Palace buildings, artistic courtyards and graceful pagoda temples. Listed as a World Heritage Site, the former Royal Palace complex is the center of Patan’s religious and social life. A museum full of bronze statues and religious monuments is one of the fascinating places to visit within Patan Durbar Square. A temple entirely built by stone in the 17th century in the name of Hindu deity Krishna, is one of the major attraction of Patan Durbar Square.
Tibetan Refugee Camp:
The refugee camp set up by the International Red Cross & the Swiss Development Corporation in corporation in 1960 AD with the government of Nepal might be one of the areas where you would buy carpets and handicrafts created by them and to support the less fortunate people.
Later in the evening enjoy Farewell Dinner.
Stay overnight at Kathmandu.
Sunrise view at dawn and then breakfast at the hotel and drive to airport for departure.