Kathmandu One Day Tour
Nepal is an ideal destination for traveling; it fills the bucket lists of thousands of travel enthusiasts around the world. Nepal boasts a total of 10 locations listed under the World Heritage site by the UNESCO, 7 of which are located within the capital, Kathmandu itself. A global hub for tourists in the “Hippie era”, Kathmandu One Day Tour has been a long term favorite among the visitors around the world, and flaunts its unique showcase of tradition, culture and rituals in the majestic sketches in temples, sculptures, statues and other artistic conformations.
We, the team of Karma Eco Adventure, take you for a ride around this Kathmandu One Day Tour, where you will travel these wonderful places of historical importance and become up close and personal with the friendly native people and their enchanting culture.
Bhaktapur Durbar Square
Bhaktapur Durbar Square is another must-visit world heritage site in Nepal. Lying on the eastern part of Kathmandu, Bhaktapur, also known as Bhaadgaun, or Khwopa, is regarded as the sojourn of traditional unique Nepali arts of woods and potteries. A beautiful blend of numerous pagoda and shikhar-type temples, along with stunning sculptures of ancient Buddhist/Hindu gods and goddesses, and several other architectural master pieces have glorified this city since centuries. A recent big earthquake in May 2015 might have weakened some of the structures but the majority of them remain intact and the others have been restored. Apart from the great ancient temples, the unique local culture of Newari people and their regular traditions and street rituals have been a major point of attraction for tourists in and outside the country.
There are a thousand things to not miss in Bhaktapur, but the top of them would be as follows:
55 window palace
Changu Narayan Temple
Changu Narayan Temple is the oldest and one of the most regarded, visually stunning temple of Nepal. Named after Lord Vishnu, also called Narayana, it is considered the most ancient temple in Kathmandu, built around 3,000 years ago by the then King Mandev. An important World Heritage Site in itself, Changu Narayan is located at only a 6 km. distance from Bhaktapur, and is set a top on a beautiful hill that overviews the nearby valleys.The temple itself is considered a genuine work of unmatched artistry, and consists of extremely accurate and artistically awe-inspiring works of sculpture. The temple is decorated with ten incarnations of the Narayan, and is guarded by stone lions on all the four doors. Garuda, half man and half bird, is the steed of Vishnu, and his life-sized statue kneels before the temple. The favorite of many tourists is the statue of Vishnu sitting astride his steed. The temple was partially splintered during the earthquake but has now been completely restored back to its previous state.
Book this wonderful UNESCO WORLD HERITAGE site tour with Karma Eco Adventure and explore the ancient culture and architecture !!!
Duration- 01 Day 8:00 am to 17:30 pm
Drive At- 8:00 am from your Hotel Boudhanath stupa circle.
First visit- Bhaktapur Darba square 45 minutes drive from Boudhanath stupa.
55 window palace
Second visit- Changu Narayan Temple 20 minutes drive from Bhaktapur Darbar Square.
Drive back- At 5:00 pm to Boudha
- Highly an experienced city tour guide.
- World Heritage sites all entry fees.
- Tourist vehicle during the tour.
- Farewell dinner program in typical Nepali restaurant.
- International airfare.
- Lunch & dinner.
- Nepal visa which obtained at the airport on arrival (4 copies passport size photos).
- personal expenses.
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