Swayambhunath Stupa

Swayambhunath is an ancient religious architecture atop a hill in the Kathmandu Valley, west of Kathmandu city. It is also known as the Monkey Temple as there are holy monkeys living in the north-west parts of the temple. The Swayambhunath complex consists of a stupa, a variety of shrines and temples, some dating back to the Licchavi period. A Tibetan monastery, museum and library are more recent additions. The stupa has Buddha’s eyes and eyebrows painted on. Between them, the number one  is painted in the fashion of a nose.The site has two access points: a long stairway with 365 steps, leading directly to the main platform of the temple, which is from the top of the hill to the east; and a car road around the hill from the south leading to the southwest entrance. The first sight on reaching the top of the stairway is the Vajra. This stupa is one of the famous destination  among  monks and  tourist.

Pashupatinath temple

Pashupatinath temple is one of the famous and holiest places among Hindu people around the world, which is situated in 5 kilometres east of Kathmandu. This temple is considered one of the sacred temples of Hindu faith .The temple serves as the seat of the national deity, Lord Pashupatinath. This “extensive Hindu temple precinct” is a “sprawling collection of temples, ashrams, images and inscriptions rose over the centuries along the banks of the sacred Baghmati river” and is included as one of the seven monument groups in UNESCO’s designation of Kathmandu Valley as a cultural heritage site. This main temple is build in the Nepalese pagoda style of architecture. All the features of pagoda style is founded here like cubic constructions, beautifully carved wooden rafters on which they rest (tundal). The two level roofs are of copper with gold covering. The temple resides on a square base platform with a height of 23m 7 cm from base to pinnacle.

Boudhanath Stupa

This is the largest stupa around the world and also religious focal point and meditation centre for Nepali and Tibetan Buddhist .The ancient stupa is the one of the largest stupa in the world. There is over 50 Tibetan Gompas around Boudhanath stupa. Boudhanath stupa is listed on UNESCO world heritage site in 1979. Along with Swayambhunath, it is one of the most popular tourist sites in the Kathmandu area.

Kathmandu Durbar Square

Kathmandu Durbar square is one of three Durbar (royal palace) Squares in the Kathmandu Valley in Nepal, all of which are UNESCO World Heritage Sites. Kathmandu Durbar Square consists of various pagodas temples, former royal palace of Malla and Shah Kings and different artistic courtyards of different centuries. The palace is decorated with elaborately-carved wooden windows and panels and houses the King Tribhuvan Memorial Museum and the Mahendra Museum. It is possible to visit the state rooms inside the palace.

Patan Durbar square

Patan durbar square is situated in Lalitpur city. Among the most ancient cities of Nepal Patan is popularly known for fine art and typical masterpieces. The Durbar Square is a marvel of Newa architecture. The city was initially designed in the shape of the Buddhist Dharma-Chakra (Wheel of Righteousness) which is surrounded by four stupas and one at the middle, erected in 3rd century AD By Emperor Asoka. There are many temples and idols in the area. The most important monument of the city is Patan Durbar Square (the former residential place of Malla kings of Patan), Krishna Mandir, Jagat Narayan Temple, Mahaboudha, Machhendranath Temple, Tibetan Refugee Camp which has been listed by UNESCO World Heritage Sites because of its cultural, religious and historical importance. . There are more than 1,200 Buddhist monuments of various shapes and sizes scattered in and around the city. The Square floor is tiled with red bricks. The main temples are aligned opposite of the western face of the palace. The entrance of the temples faces east, towards the palace. There is also a bell situated in the alignment beside the main temples. The Square also holds old Newari residential houses.it is like open museum any one can explore it.

Bhaktapur Durbar square

Bhaktapur is one of the three main cities of Kathmandu Valley. The name of the city is derived from different appellation. During the Licchavi Period (3rd century – 9 century AD) it was called as Khopring Drang followed by Bhadgaon and Bhaktapur in medieval and modern Nepal respectively. It is also known as Bhadgaon and the city of devotee. It is the home of medieval art and architecture. Here you will visit  Bhaktapur durbar square along with palace of 55 windows build by king Bhupatindra Malla. Here you will also visit the Nyatapola temple ,which is the best example  of pagoda and many more .This ancient city is renowned for its elegant are fabulous culture different festival traditional dance and many more. Here you can explore very beautiful local culture and lifestyle.

Changunarayan Temple

Changunarayan temple is very important heritage site and oldest Vishnu shrine in Kathmandu valley. On the top of a hill rock, and is surrounded by an evergreen lusty forest all around it with a typical traditional Nepalese settlement on its close suburb. The world Heritage Committee of UNESCO has inscribed it into its world heritage list and declared it as a world heritage site in 1979 making it a common property of the entire mankind living in this earth.


Nagarkot is famous hillside tourist destination located about 25 miles east of Kathmandu about 1950m form sea level is the second highest peak in the Kathmandu valley. It is very beautiful and scenic spots in the region, renowned for its sunrise and sunset views on the Himalayas. Nagarkot commands one of the broadest views of the Himalayas in the Kathmandu valley (8 Himalayan ranges of Nepal out of 13 from here). The ranges include Annapurna range, Manaslu range, Ganesh Himal range, Langtang range, Jugal range, Rolwaling range, Mahalangur range (Everest range) and Numbur range with views of the Kathmandu valley and Sivapuri National Park. It has also become a popular stop for mountain bikers.


Namobuddha is about 40 km away from the heart of Kathmandu city. It is in Kavre District toward the southeast of the valley, which was built on the bones and hair of prince Mahastatva, who was Buddha Shakyamunis former reincarnation. Namobuddha is a beautiful place far from the hustle and bustle of Kathmandu, with no pollution, and the air is so fresh and cool. Situated at an elevation of 1750 m above sea level, this is better place for meditation and yoga for your physical and mental health. Namobuddha is a great tourist destination around Kathmandu valley. From the top of the hill you can see the snow-covered Himalayan ranges which look so pure and amazing.

Day 01: Arrive at Kathmandu airport.

Day 02: sightseeing in Kathmandu valley.

Day 03: Sightseeing in Patan and Bhaktapur City on the way Changunarayan. Overnight at Nagarkot.

Day 04: Hike to Dhulikhel and overnight at Hotel.

Day 05: Drive to Namobuddha and sightseeing around and drive back to Kathmandu overnight at Hotel.

Day 06: Transfer to international airport for your final departure.

Cost includes

  • Transportation for all places by private vehicle.
  • Food and accommodation for guide and driver.
  • Airport picks up and drops by private vehicle.
  • Friendly, experienced, well English spoken and government licensed tour guide.
  • Standard accommodations according to your preference or choice while you are on your tour & Kathmandu including Breakfast.
  • Your travel insurance.
  • Your personal expenses.
  • Tips for tour guide and driver.
  • Lunch, dinner and drink items.
  • Entrance fee in all monuments which can directly be paid at the entrance gate.
  • Any other expenses mentioned in cost include section.

Cost not includes

  • Your travel insurance.
  • Your personal expenses.
  • Tips for tour guide and driver.
  • Lunch, dinner and drink items.
  • Entrance fee in all monuments which can directly be paid at the entrance gate.
  • Any other expenses mentioned in cost include section.
Image of Nabobuddha, Nepal