Spend a day exploring the rolling hills of Nagarkot, a beautiful area situated to the east of the Kathmandu Valley, on this private day hike. Learn about different cultures and hike up to ancient buildings and remote villages. Take an early morning drive to the perfect place to witness a famous sunrise and sunset over the snow-capped mountains....Read more
On this day trip, visit the holy Temple of the Goddess Manakamana which lies on a beautiful ridge west of Kathmandu valley. Manakamana is linked with a cable car from the highway which can be reached in 10 minutes from the highway. Explore the area alongside a knowledgeable local guide and make the best of this day tour from...Read more
This is a fully guided 6-hour tour of different UNESCO listed heritage sites of Kathmandu Valley. Kathmandu is the capital city of Nepal which is a beautiful valley surrounded by green hills around it.
This tour starts from sightseeing of Pashupatinath Temple area. Pashupatinath is the biggest Hindu Temple situated at the bank of Bagmati...Read more
Kathmandu, Nepal's capital, is set in a valley surrounded by the Himalayan mountains , is on top of the bucket list of travel destination for many tourists. If you want to observe historical event and things then Kathmandu is the best place. Kathmandu is two things -A spiritual hub and a metropolitan national capital.As a spiritual hub, the city...Read more
Immerse yourself in the daily rhythms and colorful atmosphere of Kathmandu during this guided rickshaw ride. Begin your trip in the tourist district of Thamel as your guide pedals past the area’s busy market place and bustling squares, heading towards Durbar Square. Then hop off your rickshaw to wander on foot, observing the gorgeous...Read more
The tour covers UNESCO listed World Heritage sites of Kathmandu Valley which includes Pashupatinath temple one of the ancient and holy place of Hindu religion, Bouddhanath stupa which is famous as the biggest stupa in Nepal which was once the main trade route for two Himalayan countries Tibet and Nepal, Swyambhunath Stupa which is at the small...Read more
Patan City, the second biggest city in the valley is also known as Lalitpur or the “City of fine arts”. Founded by Emperor Ashoka in the 3rd century BC, Patan is full of monuments, temples and wonderful wood and metal carvings. Enlisted in UNESCO world heritage monuments site in 1979, the Patan city is inhabited by Newari people and offers...Read more
Enjoy Half-day sightseeing tour of Old Kathmandu City and Swoyambhunath stupa which are UNESCO Heritage site located in Kathmandu valley with experience tour guide. Old Kathmandu City includes sightseeing tour of Kathmandu Durbar Square, Kumari Bahal - Temple of Living Goddess and old market of Asan and Indra Chowk. Swoyambhunath Stupa is located...Read more
See for real the place where Lord Buddha was born in 623 BC in Lumbini located in the southern Terai plains of Nepal. Lumbini is a UNESCO World Heritage Site about 306 kms from the Kathmandu City. You will fly to Bhairawa and spent the next two days exploring around Lumbini. There are lots of sites and landmarks to visit like Maya Devi Temple,...Read more
Kathmandu, famous for its amazing stone and wooden craftsmanship of ancient days displayed in its temples and palaces listed as world heritage sites, Pokhara, city of lakes attracts tourists with its wonderful Annapurna range towering behind. Lumbini, the holy place where Lord Buddha was born that displays the exact spot where Buddha was...Read more
This tour will be taking you 13 km east of Kathmandu towards Bhaktapur and Changu Narayan Temple. In terms of culture , tradition and heritage Bhaktapur is the most preserved and the most conserved city. You will still be seeing traditional lifestyle of people around Bhaktapur area . Changu Narayan Temple will lead you to the oldest historical...Read more
Kirtipur, located on a hill to the southwest of central Kathmandu is one of several ancient kingdoms in the Kathmandu Valley that were once independent, but now make up part of greater Kathmandu. Kirtipur is thought to be one of the oldest settlements in the valley. It’s a prime destination to learn about the Newar people, who are one of...Read more
Hindu funeral ceremony is quite interesting than other religion. Hinduism believes in reincarnation, their karma determines their next life, better life. In Hinduism the dead body is cremated in the bank of the holy river, especially every Hindu people wish to cremate their death body in the bank of Bagmati river at Pashupati temple. Bagmati is a...Read more
Nepal is multicultural nation on the world, asides from a discovery of harmony of Buddhism and Hinduism and other religion; you are granted a chance to trace back to the life of the founder of Buddhism in Lumbini, which is believed to be a birthplace of Buddha. The remains of Stupa, monasteries as well as the important archeological sites make...Read more
Balthali is one of the short and interesting treks nearby Kathmandu valley recommended for those who are interested in experiencing rich rural culture, religion and lifestyle of the local people. The trail goes through terraced fields and forested ridges.
This is the perfect trek for family with children to spend a short holiday in Nepal. ...Read more
Flying to Lhasa gives you time to get acclimatized at the world's highest capital at 3,600-meter altitude. There is much to see in Lhasa such as Potala Palace, the Jokhang Temple, and the largest of the Tibetan markets at Barkor. A couple of short easy bike rides around Lhasa will help the group's acclimatization. It will also allow visiting some...Read more
Chitlang is located at Makawanpur district. It is about 22 KM from Kathmandu in the South West direction. Chitlang was only the way on foot to get to India and the Southern part of Nepal, before opening of Tribhuwan Highway. It is the same place, where first motor was carried by people to bring it on Kathmandu valley.
It is believed that the name “Kathmandu” comes from the ancient pagoda “Kasthamandap”, which is said to be made by a single tree. Kathmandu has its own interesting history. It is said that Kathmandu Valley was once a lake. It only became safe to inhabit when Manjushri cut the Chovar Hill and let the water drain from the...Read more