Kathmandu Experience 2 Nights 3 Days
Kathmandu, Capital city Of Nepal is historically Known as City Of Temples. The Kathmandu valley is famous for its cultural heritage, scenic beauty, pilgrimages of holiest shrines for Hindus and Buddhists. Kathmandu Valley contains seven World Heritage Sites declared by the UNESCO which includes the Durbar Squares of Kathmandu (Hanuman Dhoka), Patan and Bhaktapur, the Buddhist stupas of Swayambhu and Bauddhanath and the Hindu temples of Pashupati and Changu Narayan.
Kathmandu Experience 2 Night 3 Days is ideal for those travellers who want a very short yet wonderful experience in Kathmandu valley. You will be visiting all the important monuments of the Valley. Within these few day one will be observing 4 world heritage sites out of 7 sites. Thus, this package can be a truly memorable and mesmerizing.
After Kathmandu Durbar square visit to Pashupatinath (UNESCO World heritage site in 1979) which is one of the sacred pilgrimages sites for the Hindus all over the world. Pashupatinath is another name of lord Shiva who is one of the three major gods for Hindus often described as god of gods. The two storey temple situated at the bank of holy Bagmati River has golden roofs, pure gold made pinnacle and four triple silver doorways. The temple premise covering 281 hectares has significantly big area.
Next destination is Great Stupa of Boudhanath (UNESCO World heritage site in 1979) in the Kathmandu valley, a vast dome-shaped monument representing the Mind of the Buddha, is the primary pilgrimage destination for Tantric Buddhists of the Himalayas and a major draw for Tibetan Buddhists from all over the planet. The history of the stupa from its origins in the fifth century to the present day is also presented here for the first time.' Drive back to hotel.
After Boudhanath Stupa visit Patan (UNESCO World heritage site in 1979) also known as LALITPUR ("City of Beauty "), and once was powerful independent kingdom still maintains a defiantly distinct identity. Compared to Kathmandu its quite, less frenetic and more Buddhist (there may be a correlation). Above all, it remains a proud city of artisians. Enroute, visit to Tibetan refugee camp where you can see the spinning, dyeing and weaving of Tibetan carpets.
Patan is well known by its temples and handicrafts, besides the amazing creation of the beautiful fine decoration of Durbar Plaza, full of the finest pieces of Newari architecture of Nepal. O/N Kathmandu