Our One-day World Heritage site tour of the historic Kathmandu city provides a marvelous view of the rich and diverse culture of the Nepalese people. This tour also showcases the outstanding and ancient architectural marvels which is sure to take you back in time.
The One-day cultural tour consist of visit to four of the most important religious places in Nepal:
Kathmandu durbar square has the center point of attraction in Kathmandu city. We visit the temple of the Living Goddess and the old Royal Palace. Finally, we visit Kasthamandup – a temple built from a single tree from which the Kathmandu derives its name.
Pashupatinath Temple- the most sacred of the Hindu temples in Nepal dedicated to lord Shiva, is located in the banks of the Bagmati river. It was built in 1696. Hindu devotees from all over the world travel to visit Pashupatinath Temple and show their devotion to the ultimate destroyer, Lord Shiva.
Boudha Nath Temple is a sight of great reneration to the Buddhist. It is one of the largest stupas in South Asia and was built on an ancient trade route to Tibet. There are various Tibetan monasteries built around Boudha Nath by Tibetan people who inhabit these areas.
Swayambhunath temple – the oldest Buddhist shrine and looking east from this high point; one can see the entire Kathmandu valley spread out below. It is also known as the Monkey Temple by foreigners because of the large in habitation of monkeys in the area.