One Day Tour includes Four UNESCO World Heritage Sites in Kathmandu Valley,Civilization first came to the Kathmandu over 2000 years ago, and each dynasty has left their,Unique mark upon the land. There are over 1000 temples in the Kathmandu Valley along with Several royal palaces and monasteries. Narrow streets weave their way through the old quarters of the various cities of the Kathmandu Valley with narrow stone houses that rise several stories above the flagstone streets.The Kathmandu Cultural Tour will take you on a one day journey to four of the UNESCO Heritage Sites. While the entire valley contains seven such sites, four of them can easily be Visited in a single day. The tour will reflect a myriad of cultures and spirituality, dating back in Some cases over 2000 years. Included in this trip are the following UNESCO sites.
One Day Tour includes Seven UNESCO World Heritage Sites in Kathmandu Valley Civilization first came to the Kathmandu over 2000 years ago, and each dynasty has left their Unique mark upon the land. There are over 1000 temples in the Kathmandu Valley along with several royal palaces and monasteries. Narrow streets weave their way through the old quarters of the various cities of the Kathmandu Valley with narrow stone houses that rise several stories above the flagstone streets. The Kathmandu Cultural Tour will take you on a one day journey to Seven of the UNESCO Heritage Sites and takes full day . While the entire valley contains seven such sites, four of them can easily be visited in a single day. The tour will reflect a myriad of cultures and spirituality, dating back in some cases over 2000 years. Included in this trip are the following UNESCO sites: Changunarayn, Bhaktapur Durbar Square, Patan Durbar & Museum, Pashupatinath Temple, Kathmandu Durbar Square & Swayambhunath temple.
The north rim of the Kathmandu Valley offers some of the finest views of the Himalayas. From the summit of Nagarkot Hill, you can watch amazing sunrises and sunsets over the world’s highest mountains. And from here, there are beautiful jungles to explore with waterfalls and wildflowers. And even an ancient, UNESCO World Heritage Village that stands sentinel over the Kathmandu Valley. The Nagarkot to Chisapani Trek takes you through the UNESCO World Heritage Site of Changu Narayan. From here, trek to Nagarkot for a magnificent sunset following by a great sunrise the next morning. Walk to Chisapani and enter Shivapuri National Park before returning to Kathmandu via Sundarial. The Nagarkot to Chisapani Trek is a low elevation trek, providing great mountain views and peacefulness so close to Kathmandu. Many people today are rediscovering the incredible beauty of the Kathmandu Valley. Why not you?
Looking for a short tour of Kathmandu before heading off to Pokhara or Everest? Then the Highlights of Kathmandu Tour is the perfect day trip for you. It includes two of the most popular of the Valley’s UNESCO World Heritage Sites as well as a ride up the Chandragiri Cable Car to see not only the beautiful Kathmandu Valley but the mighty Himalayas as well.This is a one day tour that starts out with a ride up Chandragiri Hill by the new cable car in the Kathmandu Valley. Following lunch on top, ride back down and visit nearly Swayambhu and Kathmandu’s Durbar Square. Both are UNESCO World Heritage Sites, which feature incredible architecture, history, culture, and spirituality. This is an ideal day trip that can be added to any Nepal adventure.
Godawori Phulchoki Day Hike is an incredible day trip around the Kathmandu hill ridge. The hike begins from the Beautiful Godawori botanical garden following the exciting trail through the lush woods. The trail is a real epitome of solace nature and the chirping melody of various bird species offer you a wonderful and outstanding memory during the hike to Phulchoki from Godawori.This Hiking leads you through the lush paradise of nature and takes you to the excellent viewpoint of the Himalayas and the picturesque Kathmandu valley.
Trek to Everest Base Camp, following in the footsteps of the worlds greatest trekkers. Explore Namche Bazaar and soak up the Sherpa cultureWalk amidst the world's highest mountain range, with incredible views of Everest, Nuptse, Lhotse and Ama DablamVisit the exciting capital of Nepal (Kathmandu)Fly into the worlds most unique airport (Lukla)Visit the hilltop monastery at Thyangboche
If you are short on time this is a great option to our regular 14 day excursion to Everest Basecamp. Enjoy five days of trekking in the Khumbu with fabulous views of Everest, Ama Dablam, Lhotse, Kongde Ri and Kusum Kanguru. The trek starts with a 35 min flight from Kathmandu to the air strip at Lukla. The next two days are spent hiking up the beautiful canyon of the Dhudh Kosi to the Sherpa capital of Namche Bazaar. The following morning we take a day hike to Everest View Hotel for a fantastic panorama that includes Everest and Ama Dablam. We get one more day of hiking to visit the villages of Khunde and Khumjung which are home to many traditional Sherpa and surrounded by beautiful mountains. On the last day of trekking we head back to Lukla from Namche for a flight the following morning back to Kathmandu. This is a great trek anyway you look at it and will certainly leave you wanting to come back to Nepal for more.
This biking tour to Kathmandu valley will take you to an elevation of 2,200m, past picturesque Newari villages and traditional farms. The tour provides its participants an opportunity to understand the rich culture of Kathmandu valley which is also filled with historic sites, ancient temples, shrines and fascinating villages. The tour starts at 9 AM after breakfast and ends at 3 PM. Following the tour guide, we cycle to Chobhar gorge which is located 9km southwest of Kathmandu valley. Here, you will learn about a mythical legend that revolves around the making of the valley. You will also visit Adinath temple situated on top of the hill and enjoy the picturesque view of the valley.Then, we cycle to Kritipur, an ancient town located on a ridge 10km southwest of the valley. We will ride through the narrow alleyways of the ancient town and view the old shrines, temples and traditional houses typical to the valley.
A guided tour of Kathmandu valley following food - starting with Nepali speciality coffee, moving on to the oldest markets to look at ingredients in Nepali cuisine - vegetables and spices - and how markets work and how they are changing.Move on to understanding the snack house concept in Nepal, and how some of them have developed into a social enterprise supporting local communities.After that, getting the conversation going at Patan by understanding how traditional Nepali ingredients are being sourced and revived in an advanced manner