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Half Day Budget Tour to Patan Durbar Square

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  • Enjoy a half-day tour in the town of Lalitpur, Patan. As it is one of the UNESCO World Heritage Sites of Nepal, you will find many preserved culture, art, tradition, and architecture all around you. It is one of the budgeted tours made especially for those with less time on their hands. Explore many temples like Golden temple, Krishna Mandir,...Read more

Kathmandu Valley tour ,Heritage Site of Kathmandu, Kathmandu - Bhaktpur - Patan

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  • This Kathmandu Valley tour will experience the People and lifestyle of ancient city.

    Experience the heritage cites such as Pashupatinath, Boudhanath Swayambhunath and Kathmandu Durbar Square, Bhaktapur Durbar square, Changunarayan Temple and Patan Durbar Square
    Himalayan View from...Read more

Kathmandu Buddhist Tour

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  • Kathmandu Buddhist tour surrounds you by the eternal feeling of peace, enigma and fruitfulness while visiting around various monasteries, stupas.People from all the religion who would like to study, research or learn more about Buddha, Buddhism culture, tradition, rituals and lifestyle can join Nepal Buddhism pilgrimage tour regardless their age...Read more

Pottery Square tour - Bhaktapur

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  • Pottery square is a part of Bhaktapur Durbar Square, located at the south of Durbar Square. The place is locally known as "Bolachha Tole" but everyone knows it simply as Pottery square. Basically pottery is related to traditional things which are needed in our daily lives such as glasses, Jhar, offering light Lamp, piggy banks, vessels as well as...Read more

Explore National Museum and Military Museum with professional guide

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  • National Museum is the first public museum of Nepal which was not opened till 1938 to general public. It was an arsenal museum and repository of weapons as well as a private collection of Royal family and Rana Prime Ministers. It was accessible to the general public in 1938 AD and was named as “Chhauni Silkhana“.It was renamed as Nepal Museum...Read more