Nepal Heritage tour

Trip Overview

Kathmandu Durbar Square Tour
 Durbar class of Kathmandu It was the place where the rulers of the town were once made to be representative and legitimate, and from where they had been administered. All things are considered, the class remains the traditional heart of the old city and the most shocking legacy of traditional engineering of Kathmandu. The class tolerated the worst part of the loss of Kathmandu’s 2015 earthquake. After completing some towers in Hanuman Dhok Shahi Niwas premises, about six sanctuaries fell, though it is still a wonderful campus. Reproduction will continue for a long time. However, since the seventeenth and eighteenth century, large part of the class was rebuilt after the massive earthquake of 1934.

Bhaktapur Durbar Square Tour
The city of “Bhaktapur Durbar Square” is also known in this way, it is an exhibition hall of medieval craftsmanship and engineering in which many types of shapes, wooden carvings and Titanic pygoda sanctuaries are sacred to various divine beings and deities. There is a 15 km long route from Kathmandu. It is a mixture of pagoda and peak-style sanctuaries which have gathered around fifty windows of block and wooden royal residence. The most fun design of the square valley is a standout among the masterpieces because it includes the ancient crafts of Nepal. At the high point of the monuments of stones, the spectacular parallels of the horsemen, seeing the ghosts out of their hands, carving wood in all the places, tilt, upper part, tampanyam, portal and windows – all seem to frame around the coordination orchestra. Earthenware and weaving are its major traditional enterprises. Recorded as a World Heritage Site by UNESCO, Bhaktapur gives its guests an opportunity to consider the old engineering, expressions and culture of Lichchavi and Malla regime.

Patan Durbar Square Tour
Speaking to the 5 km south-east Kathmandu valley by the Bagmati river, 45 9 hectare pottery is confined to 4 stupas recorded in history by Emperor Ashoka in the 3rd century BC. Similarly, Patan is also called Lalitpur. There are some legends associated with the beginning of the word Lalitpur. In such a legend it has been said that in ancient times Kathmandu had been immersed with severe dry magic and allocated three persons to give a call to Lord Lal Mahandranath in the valley for rains from Kamaru Kamchya in Assam, India. I went. One of three persons was a renter named Lalit who accepted to give more contribution. At that time when the rain filled the valley for the last time, the people, as a sign of appreciation, made the valley Sanskrit after the name of their name and the word ‘flood’, which means township and finally was named after Lalitpur. Another story tells that the name of the valley was kept due to ruler Yalmabar. Patan people addressed Patan as Yala. It is in history that Patan was established by the Kiran administration in the third century and later in the 6th century, Lilavis performed in innocence after the Malla line. On display, the Lalitpur sub-metropolitan city has been arranged in 22 wards. This city includes a mix of excellent traditional specialties and rich creative heritage.

Swayambhunath Tour 
It is 3 km from the west of Kathmandu. The old story is that the self-begotten island was an island before many years ago. Later a stupa was built. Ruler Mandev actually contributed to the size of the stupa in 460. After the attacks from Mughal, it was folded to redesign in the fourteenth century. In the seventeenth century, Pratap Malla upgraded the design and in addition to this he added a ladder to get the Stupa. At the show, Stupa block and a very strong side of the equatorial equator, which supports a grand cone-shaped tower on top of copper, and on the four sides of the tower base, the eyes of Lord Buddha are decorated. . Buddhists see this as the most sacred place. Self-contained additionally offers a grand perspective of the entire Kathmandu valley.

Pashupatinath Tour
As the name implies, Pashupatinath Sanctuary is the sanctuary of Lord Shiva and is the holiest place for Hindus. Holy sanctuary is situated on the banks of the holy Bagmatya river 5 kilometers east of Kathmandu city. Non-Hindus are not fully allowed by entering the sanctuary. There are two-level rooftop and four silver entrance doors. From all over the world, Haryana has come here to pay homage to Shiva.

Boudhanath Tour 

Buddhist people give examples of Tibetan Buddhism. It is located 8 km east of Kathmandu and was employed by Lakhavis King Man Dev in the fifth century AD. Its large and ancient stupa is seen as one of the greatest stupa in the world and is based on a unified octagonal basis with the Buddha-speaking holidays and its lesson. After the Chinese infiltration in 1959, the Tibetans in thousands of people have known Buddhist chaity in these current circumstances and empower the stupas. Stupa is included.

Changunarayan Tour 
The two layered Changunarayan Tour  is 15 kilometers from the city of Kathmandu. Since this is the sanctuary of Lord Vishnu, similarly Narayan is also called and nearby, the sanctuary is arranged, the name of the sanctuary has been given. Engraving of stone of 464 AD and other structural artistic culmination is included in the ancient history of Nepal’s sanctuary. The Sanctuary also eliminates the figures of ten incarnations of Vishnu, Vishwaroop, Vishnu Vikrant, Vishnu Garud, Nar-Singh, Vishnu ride. Kileshwar Shiva, Chinnamasta Devi and Sanctuary of various divine beings and Goddesses are presently present in the area of ​​the Chang’anarayan Sanctuary. The sanctuary gives a wonderful perspective of falling through the glorious vegetation of Manohar river.

Lumbini Tour
Lumbini is located in the southern Terai areas of Nepal and is 300 kilometers to the south-west of Kathmandu. This is the origin of Siddhartha Gautam Buddha and thus is seen as a holy pilgrimage site for the Buddhists. In 250 BCE, Emperor Ashoka made a huge stone column with a carvings about the beginning of Buddha. Lumbini’s verified and religious importance as well as socially notable bears. Lumbini Gardens, Maya Devi Temple, Tara Foundation, World Peace Pagoda, China Temple, Thai Monastery, Burmese Temple, Nepal Buddhist Temple and Dharmaswamy Buddhist Religious Community are important attractions of Lumbini. There is an exhibition hall and an exploration site for Buddhism. It is also seen as the target of extra birds because it classifies the species of unusual winged organisms. There are many great taverns, restaurants and cabins available in Lumbini.

Chitwan National Park
Illustrati Chitwan National Park is spread over an area of ​​932 sq km and is located in your belt within Chitwan. The entertainment center offers an extraordinary advantageous journey through the jungle safari. With the care of the business with nature, you will go on a rare type of eco-framework. Paddling through the Pool of Recreation Center, you will have experience with crocodile and more sensational ventures. While living in one of the recreation centers resorts, you will be guided on the social journey to the life-styles of the Chittoans. During the night and in the evening you can enjoy the most colorful opportunities of your decision.

Sagmamatha National Park
There is a total area of ​​1,148 sq. Km in the Sagmamatha National Park, arranged in the lower Himalayas. It provides the most bright approach of tough mountains, ice sheets, valleys and waterways. The entertainment center is a wonderful group of plant species, bird life, and strange creatures. Blue pine, silver fir, rhododendron, birch and so forth plant species celebrate the excellence of the entertainment center. On walking around the entertainment center, someone can experience unusual animal types like snow painters, panda, links and more. Birdwaters may have the best travel background, seeing unusual species of animal-like species such as ice chicken, birds, snow pigeons and much more. More or less, Sagmamatha National Park is the storage facility of Himalayan common properties.

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Outline Itinerary

Day 1: Arrival in Kathmandu

Day 2: Exploring Kathmandu

Day 3: Bhaktapur and Changunarayan

Day 4: Pokhara and the Annapurna Range

Day 5: Chitwan National Park

Day 6: Departure

Detail Itinerary

Day 1: Arrival in Kathmandu

  • Arrive at Kathmandu International Airport
  • Check-in at your hotel and take some rest
  • Visit the famous Pashupatinath Temple, a significant religious site for Hindus
  • Explore the nearby Boudhanath Stupa, one of the largest stupas in the world

Day 2: Exploring Kathmandu

  • Start your day with a visit to the UNESCO World Heritage site of Kathmandu Durbar Square
  • Visit the Swayambhunath Stupa, also known as the Monkey Temple
  • Explore the Patan Durbar Square and its many temples and palaces
  • Enjoy a traditional Nepali dinner at a local restaurant

Day 3: Bhaktapur and Changunarayan

  • Drive to Bhaktapur and explore the city’s UNESCO World Heritage Site, including the Durbar Square and its numerous temples and courtyards
  • Visit the Changunarayan Temple, one of Nepal’s oldest temples, located on a hill overlooking the Kathmandu Valley
  • Return to your hotel in Kathmandu

Day 4: Pokhara and the Annapurna Range

  • Take a flight or drive to Pokhara, known for its stunning mountain views and beautiful lakes
  • Visit the World Peace Pagoda, a Buddhist stupa that offers breathtaking views of the Annapurna Range
  • Enjoy a boat ride on Phewa Lake and visit the Tal Barahi Temple, located on a small island in the lake
  • Explore the vibrant Lakeside Market and the surrounding areas

Day 5: Chitwan National Park

  • Drive to Chitwan National Park, a UNESCO World Heritage Site known for its rich wildlife and lush forests
  • Enjoy a jungle safari to spot animals like tigers, rhinos, elephants, and many more
  • Visit the Tharu Cultural Museum and learn about the local Tharu culture and traditions

Day 6: Departure

  • Check out from your hotel and depart from Chitwan
  • You can either drive or fly back to Kathmandu or other nearby cities

Cost Included


  • Accommodation in a comfortable hotel or resort as per the itinerary
  • Daily breakfast at the hotel
  • Ground transportation as per the itinerary in a private vehicle with a driver
  • English-speaking guide for sightseeing tours
  • All necessary permits and entrance fees for the sightseeing places mentioned in the itinerary
  • Jungle safari and activities at Chitwan National Park
  • Boat ride on Phewa Lake in Pokhara
  • Domestic flight or private vehicle transfer from Kathmandu to Pokhara (depending on the tour package)
  • Airport transfers


  • International airfare to and from Nepal
  • Visa fees and travel insurance
  • Lunch and dinner (unless specified in the itinerary)
  • Personal expenses like tips, laundry, and phone calls
  • Any other activities or services not mentioned in the itinerary
  • Any extra expenses or changes caused by unforeseen circumstances like flight delays, roadblocks, etc.

Before You Go

  1. Visa: You need a valid passport and a visa to enter Nepal. You can obtain a visa on arrival at the Tribhuvan International Airport in Kathmandu or apply for a visa online before your travel.
  2. Vaccinations: It’s advisable to consult your doctor or a travel clinic before your trip to Nepal to check if you need any vaccinations or medications for protection against diseases like typhoid, hepatitis A and B, and malaria.
  3. Weather: Nepal has varied weather conditions, and the best time to visit depends on your interests and the places you plan to visit. The autumn season (September to November) and spring season (March to May) are generally the best times to visit Nepal.
  4. Clothing: Pack comfortable and lightweight clothing suitable for the weather and the activities you plan to do. For visits to religious sites, dress modestly, and cover your shoulders and knees.
  5. Altitude sickness: Some of the places in Nepal, especially in the mountain regions, are at high altitudes, and altitude sickness is a common concern. It’s essential to take necessary precautions and acclimatize yourself to the altitude gradually.
  6. Respect the culture: Nepal has a rich cultural heritage, and it’s important to respect local customs, traditions, and beliefs. Dress modestly and remove your shoes before entering temples and religious sites.
  7. Money: The currency of Nepal is Nepalese Rupee (NPR), and it’s advisable to carry some cash for small expenses. You can also withdraw money from ATMs in major cities.

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