Full day Sightseeing around the Kathmandu Valley
The best way to spend time in the culturally rich capital is to explore the beautiful temples and the palace of the Kings. Although there are literally more than 1000 temples in the valley, there are some that stand out from the rest due to its sheer religious and historical importance. This full day tour is tailored so you can enjoy these locations to the full extent. Our expert guides here at Happyland Treks will brief you about the information required to understand the value of these monuments.
Our first stop in this tour is Pashupatinath Temple- the holy temple for the Hindu standing at the bank of Bagmati River. With thousands of pilgrims visiting this site, this has become a landmark for the pilgrims and tourists alike. Then we move to two of the most popular and religiously popular Buddhist Temple- Swoyambhunath and Boudhanath. The history of the Kathmandu Valley is said to be originated from Swoyambhunath. Similarly, Boudhanath holds some of the most unique stupas around which makes for a great attraction.
Apart from the temples, we will also visit the three Durbar Squares in the three cities in the Valley- Kathmandu, Bhaktapur and Lalitpur, each housing the Late King of their time. These palace are the remnants of the once lost Kings who ruled over the land and holds utmost historical importance hardly surpassed by any other.
Full day sightseeing: four different places
Pashupatinath Temple. (Hindu Holi temple)
Boudhanath Stupa. (One of the largest stupas in the world)
Kathmandu Durbar square. (Hanuman Dhoka Durbar Square)
Swoyambhunath - Monkey temple.