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The major tourist attractions in Kathmandu are:


It represents the historic seat of the monarchy where the kings of Nepal are crowned and their coronations solemnized. The interesting attractions here are

Hanuman Dhoka Durbar Square(1) Taleju Temple built by King Mahendra Malla in 1539 AD (2) Gigantic statue of Kal Bhairav, the God of Destruction. 3) Basantapur Durbar or Nautalle Durbar, built by the founder of the Shah dynasty, King Prithvi Narayan Shah (4) Nasal Chowk or the Coronation Platform (5) Gaddi Baithak or the Hall of Public Audience (6) the statue of King Pratap Malla, (7) the Big Bell, (8) the Big Drums, and (9) the Jagannath Temple. There is also a temple of Pancha Mukhi Hanuman - the popular Hindu god. It is one of the only two such structures in Nepal, the another one is inside the renowned Pashupatinath Temple. Opposite to the entrance of Hanuman Dhoka stands the magnificent (10) Krishna Mandir. It is one of the few octagonal temples in Nepal. The other major attractions of Durbar Square are ( 11) Kumari Ghar (housing the residence of Kumari, the Living Goddess of Nepal) and (12) Kasthamandap Temple, (13) Narayan Temple, (14) Shiva Temple, (15) Lohan Chowk, (16) Lalitpur Tower, (17) Bhaktapur Tower, (18) Kirtipur Tower, (19) Hanuman Dhokha, (20) Shiva Parbati Temple, Pratap Malla Column, (21) Mohan Chowk, (22) Sundari Chowk, (23) Kageshvara Mahadev Temple, and (24) Indra Temple.


Patan Durbar SquareThis ancient city of Patan is situated on the southern bank of the river Bagmati and is about five kilometers Southeast of Kathmandu. Lalitpur, “The City of Beauty” is another name for Patan. The city is full of Hindu temples and Buddhist monuments exhibiting skillful carvings. Noted for its craftsmen and metal workers, Patan is also known as the city of architecture and craftsmanship. The major tourist attractions are:


Patan Durbar Square is situated in the heart of the city. The square boasts of many famous sites and unique architecture. It is full of ancient as well as medieval palaces, temples and shrines, noted for their exquisite carvings. One can rummage for furniture, paintings, precious gems and jewelry and other memorabilia in the various shops around the square. Adorning Patan are other architectural masterpieces such as:

1. Sundar Chowk, 2. Krishna Temple, 3. Mul Chowk, 4. Taleju Temple, 5. Taleju Bell, 6. Hari Shankar Temple, 7. Degutaleju Temple, 8. King Malla Column, 9. Char Narayan Temple, 10. Keshab Narayan Chowk, 11. Krishna Temple, 12. Garuda Statute, 13. Mangal Hiti, 14. Bishwanath Temple, 15. Bhimsen Temple, 16. Ganesh Temple.


Bhaktapur Patan Durbar SquareBhaktapur, known as “The city of devotees”, is situated at an altitude of 1401 m, is a home to medieval art and architecture. The urban city covers an area of 4 square miles. Its shape is like a conch-shell. Pottery and weaving are its traditional industries. The city lies about 14 kilometers east of Kathmandu. The major sightseeing places in Bhaktapur include:


The main square of the city contains innumerable temples and other architectural showpieces like the Lion Gate, the Statue of King Bhupatindra Malla, the Picture Gallery, the Golden Gate, the Palace of 55 Windows, the Batsala Temple and the Bell of Barking Dogs, the replica of Pashupatinath Temple etc.

The other major attractions are:
Nag Pokhari, 2. Taleju Temple, 3. Bhagabati Temple, 4. Beko Chowk, 5. Taleju Chowk, 6. Palace with the flying windows, 7. Mul Chowk, 8. Taleju Bell, 9. Batsalya Durga Temple, 10. Soon Dhoka (Golden Gate), 11. King Malla Column, 12. Pashupati Temple, 13. Kumari Chowk, 14. Durga Temple, 15. Bansi Narayan, 16. Nyatopola Temple, 17. Bhairav Temple.



About eight kilometers north of Kathmandu, at the base of Shivapuri hill, lies a colossal statue of Lord Vishnu, resting on Shesh Nag, in a holy pond. A masterpiece of stone sculpture of the Lichchhavi period, this site is a famous place of pilgrimage for Hindus. It is the most beautiful among all the stone engravings within the Kathmandu Valley.


The history of the Valley, according to the legends, begins with Swayambhu, or “the self existent”. This is one of the world's most glorious Buddhist Stupa. It is around 2000 years old. The Stupa, which forms the main structure, is made of brick and clay supporting the lofty conical spire capped by a pinnacle of copper gilt. Painted on the four-sides of the spire base are the eyes of Lord Buddha. It is three kilometers west of Kathmandu City, and is situated on a hillock about 77m above the level of the Valley. This hill is a mosaic of small chaityas and pagodas. Swayambhu is, perhaps, the best place to observe the religious harmony in Nepal. It is the major landmark of the Valley and looks like a beacon below the Nagarjun hill. It provides an excellent view of the Kathmandu Valley.


Pasupati NathSituated five kilometers east of Kathmandu on the bank of the sacred Bagmati river, the temple of Lord Shiva-Pashupatinath with two-tiered golden roof and silver doors, is famous for its superb architecture. It is the center of annual pilgrimage on the day of Maha-Shivaratri. Entrance is permitted to the Hindus only. However, visitors can clearly behold the holy shrine and the religious activities being performed from the eastern bank of the Bagmati River. Live cremation (Human Bar-B-Cue) can be viewed on this bank of river.


BoudhanathThe Stupa of Boudhanath lies eight kilometers east of Kathmandu. This colossal and ancient Stupa, one of the biggest in the world, features all the eyes of Lord Buddha. It has become the focal point of Tibetan Buddhism. Lichchhavi king Kana Dev built it in the fifth century AD. It is built on an octagonal base, inset in the design of Mandala with prayer wheels.




Nagarkot, which clings to the Valley’s eastern rim at an altitude of 2,175m(7200ft), is the most popular among the hill resorts. It used to be the nature retreat of the royals in days past. Nagarkot thrills visitors with its unobstructed mountain panorama, which extends from Annapurna in the west to Everest in the east. It is situated 32 kilometers east of Kathmandu. It takes an hour’s drive to get there. The panorama of the major peaks of eastern Nepal Himalayas including Mt. Everest (8848m), can be seen from here. The breath - taking view of Himalayan peaks like Manaslu (8.463), Ganesh Himal (7,111 m), Langtang (7,246 m), Choba Bhamre (6,016 m), Gaurishankar (7,134 m) and Numbur (6,975 m) are also clearly seen from Nagarkot.



Changu NarayanNarayan, or Vishnu, is the preserver of creation to the Hindus. The temple of Changu Narayan is said to be the most ancient temple in the Kathmandu Valley. Although it was rebuilt in 1702, its origin goes back to the 4th Century. Located on the top of a spur rising in the eastern part of the valley, it is 22 kilometers from Kathmandu and 4 kilometers north of Bhaktapur.


This ancient town is situated 30 kilometers east of Kathmandu on the side of the Arniko Raj Marga (Kathmandu-Kodari Highway) on the way to the Nepal - Tibet border. A lovely place, famous for its scenic beauty and old tradition, one can have a panoramic view of the snow - capped Himalayas, from Karyolung in the east to Himalchuli in the west.


This Timal Narayan is situated at an altitude of 2134 m above the sea level and the trail from Dhulikhel to Timal Narayan is ideal for a short trek. The temple of Timal Narayan dedicated to Lord Vishnu, is a place of local fair on the day of Janai Purnima. From here one can have a beautiful view of Mount Gaurishanker and other important peaks as well as Sunkoshi and Roshi Rivers. It is also an ideal place to visit the villages of the Tamang people living in this area.


Palanchowk Bhagwati is situated over the hill overlooking the valley of Panchkhal and 10 km north-east of the Kathmandu city. This temple of Palanchowk Bhagwati is said to have been constructed during the reign of King Man Dev. The temple houses a 3 feet long beautiful artistic idol of Goddess Bhagwati carved in a black stone.


The old Newari Town settlement of Sankhu lies 17 kilometers east of Boudhanath. Two kilometers above this village on a hill is the Vajra Jogini Temple, dedicated to another powerful Tantric deity. Legends say that Vajra Jogini resided in the site of this temple much earlier than the period of Manjushree’s pilgrimage to worship Swayambhu. It was she who persuaded Manjushree to drain the lake of the Kathmandu Valley. Once every year late winter, there is a colorful ceremony in which Vajra Jogini is paraded around Sankhu and her temple.


The temple of Dakshinkali is dedicated to the ferocious mother goddess who has much energy and power. It is said that she gives strong will power and energy to those who come to her and she loves sacrifices. The temple is Tantric in nature and is a favorite worship place of the Hindus. Saturdays are good days to visit, as there is always a massive crowd of worshippers who come from all parts of Nepal to offer prayers. Sacrifice of animals are made on Tuesdays and Saturdays.


This Namo Buddha is situated on a hill above Panauti and requires either drive or good hike; walk is recommended to visit this place. There is an amazing story concerning Buddha being commemorated by an ancient stone slab and a stupa with the all seeing eyes of Lord Buddha. It is an ideal place for ineditation. Monsoon i.e. May, June & July are not recommended. About two and a half hours north of Dhulikhel on foot, the stupa rest on a red-earth ledge near the tops of jungle ridge. During February-March pugrimage season, Tibetans and Bhotyas arrive by the vanload to circumambulate it. Among the houses surrounding the stupa is a dinky Tamang ‘gompa’ when you can enter.

A trial leads up to a bigger Tibetan gompa on top of the prayer flag festooned ridge behind and in one of the outbuildings is preserved a famous stone relief sculpture depicting the legend of Namo Buddha. According to the fable, Boudha, in on of his previous lives as a hunter, encountered a starving tigress and her cubs here, and moved by compassion, offered his own flesh to her, a sacrifice that helped pave the way for his eventual rebirth as the historical Buddha. The stupa is supposed to contain the hunter’s bones and hair.



Charikot, the headquarter of Dolkha District, is 133 km away from Kathmandu taking three and half hours driving. This Place provides a spectacular mountain view, the prominent being Gaurishanker. The town of Dolkha can be reached within one hour on foot from Charikot. Predominantly a Newar town, Dolkha was an entre pot between Tibet and Kathmandu Valley. In the eastern upper part of Dolkha township, there is a famous roofless temple of Dolkha Bhimsen. The temple is also known as the temple of Bhimeswor Mahadev.


LumbiniLumbini, the birthplace of Lord Buddha, is situated 306 kilometers southwest of Kathmandu. A broken pillar erected in 249 BC by the first major Buddhist ruler of India, Emperor Ashoka, proclaims in a now-extinct script that the emperor made three pilgrimages to the holy spot. The status of Lumbini as a garden of peace has been recognized all over the world and its development is being undertaken by Buddhists from everywhere. Around an hour’s drive northwest from Lumbini lies the interesting archaeological site of Tilaurakot. This has been identified as the ancient Kapilvastu, the capital of King Suddhodhana, Buddha’s father, and where the Buddha himself as Prince Siddhartha spent the first 29 years of his life.

An important part of Lumbini is the temple of Maya Devi. It has a stone image of Maya Devi giving birth to Lord Buddha as she holds onto a branch of Ashoka tree. It has been well worn by the strokes of barren women hoping for fertility. To the south of temple is a pool where queen Maya Devi is said to have bathed and given her son his first purification bath.


ChitwanSurrounding Chitawan National Park in southern Nepal is one of the best-planned and most intelligently developed tourist areas in Nepal. Not only does it offer a wide variety of resorts and lodges, it is also easy to reach-by road or by air.

Chitawan National Park is perhaps the best park in Nepal for seeing animals in the wild. Bengal tigers roam the region; one –horned rhinos can be seen charging through the underbrush, feeding and even courting. The Rapti River has been dammed to form a man-made lake called Lamital where water- birds and marsh mugger peckers and many other birds are found in plenty in these forests. Elephant grass, five to six feet tall, provides excellent camouflage for animals. These grasses serve as food for the Gaur (a local bison), rhino and other herbivores. Elephant Safari, jungle walk, canoeing and a variety of cultural activities are the programs offered inside.



Pokhara Davy's FallThe sleepy town of Pokhara is approximately 200km east of Kathmandu. The highway cuts into the sides of the valleys and winds around the emerald Himalayan rivers. The countryside of lush forest, deep valleys, precarious suspension bridges, idyllic villages, terraced rice fields will keep you entertained on your journey. Although the trip is long and the road bad, traveling by road is well worth it. The flight to Pokhara is no less exciting. Squeezed into a tiny aircraft you fly at low level parallel to the highest mountains in the world. The snow peaks will actually be higher than you! The scenery is absolutely breathtaking. Landing at the airstrip at Pokhara is better than any roller coaster ride you’ve experienced. The pilot has to negotiate the aircraft through tiny valleys buffeted by winds. It is a guaranteed white-knuckle experience you will never forget!

The most amazing thing about Pokhara is the view. Incredible snow-capped mountains are reflected in a sheltered lake. Its fame rests on its natural lakeside location and its closeness to the mountains. It has a relaxed and peaceful atmosphere far removed from the bustle of Kathmandu and it is also the starting point for some of the most famous treks in Nepal.


Panauti is wedged between the Punyamata and Roshi streams. Panauti forms the shape of a triangle with a serpent (naga) idol standing at each of its three corners to protect from floods. Pride of this place goes to the massive, three-tired Indreshwor Mahadev. Some authorities believe this to be the original structure that was raised here in 1294 AD, which would make it the oldest surviving Nepal. The shrine area at the sacred confluence called the Khware’, is one of those tranguil spots that can waylay a dreamer for hours. The large ‘battal’, a favorite hangout for the local pensioners, the collective range of fresco depicting scenes from Hindu and some Buddhist mythology. Vishnu in cosmic deep, Rama killing the ten-headed demon-king Ravana and even Krishna being chased up a tree by a pack of naked gopis (milkmaids). On the opposite back stands the recently restored 17th century Brahmayani Mandir.


Helambu is known as trekker’s paradise situated about 72 km north-east of Kathmandu and is famous for its scenic grandeur and pleasant climate. There are many Buddhist monasteries in the region amidst rich and enchanting landscapes. For those who have only short time for trekking, Helambu is an ideal place and Sundarijal is the starting point for trek to Helambu.


Generally, the name Namche Bazaar is associated with that of Sagarmatha (Mount Everest), the highest peak in the world. It is the entrance to the Everest region trekking and is located in the lap of Khumbu Himal range. It is about 241 km away from Kathmandu and the distance is generally covered within 15 days of trekking. Namche Bazaar is the home of legendary Sherpas who have won international reputation as the most sturdy climbers with indomitable will to scale the peaks. Visitors can also fly from Kathmandu to Lukla by air and start trekking. Lukla is most popular base for trekking in the Khumbu region. Days could be spent hiking and visiting the Sherpa villages, Thyangnoche Monastery and trekking towards the Base Camp for the Everest Expedition.


Janakpur is the great religious place, famous as the birth place of Sita - the consort of Lord Rama and the heroine of great Hindu epic, the RAMAYAN. There is an artistic marble temple of Sita (known as Janaki) which is popularly known as Naulakha Mandir (Means temple built at the cost of Nrs 900,000). Religious festivals, pilgrimages trade fairs and other festivities are held here on Bivaha Panchami~and Ram Navami. One can visit Janakpur by surface as well as by air, but, except, for small lodges standard accommodations are not available here. It is at least an overnight trip.



Barahachetra is a few kilometers away from the main city of Dharan, on the bank of the River Koshi. Barahachhetra the holy place of Hindu Pilgrimage lies at the confluence of two rivers the Sapta Koshi and Kokaha. It is the temp]e of Lord Baraha, the boar incarnation of the Lord Vishnu. Historians have traced the existence of this image from the 12th century. This place is accessible by surface and by air via Biratnagar. It will be two overnight trip. Standard hotels are available in Biratnagar, but not deluxe.


Antu Danda is located at an altitude of 1677 m in the 11am district and is famous for its unique views of Everest and Kanchenjunga. From here the hills of Darjeeling, Kurseong and Mink can bee seen. It is the best place for viewing the sunrise and the sunset. A motorable graveled road is only up to Chhipitar and from here it requires 4 to 5 hours of walk to reach Antu Danda. To reach this place, one can go by surface or can fly up to Biratnagar and then drive to this place. Minimum 2 to 3 nights require to visit this place with camping equipment.


Gosain KundaGosain Kunda is one of the famous religious places of pilgrimage of Nepal, consisting a holy dip on the sacred lake situated at an altitude of 4360 m to the north-west of Helambu beyond a pass at 4602 m. The best entrance to Gosain Kunda is via Dhunche about 132 km north-east of Kathmandu. Dhunche is linked with Kathmandu by motorable road. Surrounded by high mountains on the north and the south, by higher landscape on the east and the west, this Kunda (Lake) is very picturesque. On the east and west of this Gosain Kunda there are other nine famous Kundas like Saraswati Kunda, Bhairav Kunda, Soorya Kunda, Ganesh Kunda etc. A visit to this place can be done by a short trek of 2 nights/3 days from Dhunche and the best period to visit this place is in the month of July and August.


GorkhaGorkha is 132 km away from Kathmandu city and is situated on a bill overlooking the snowy peaks of the Himalaya. The Gorkha township is the headquarter of Gorkha district. This is the birth place of King Prithvi Narayan Shah, the founder of modern Nepal. As such, Gorkha is the ancestral home of the Shah Kings of Nepal. There is a beautiful palace known as Gorkha Durbar (Durbar means Palace). The Palace is said to be built by King Ram Shah. King Prithvi Narayan Shah began his campaign to unify the kingdom from this palace. There are two attractive temples of Gorakhnath and Kali inside the Palace. Gorkha Durbar is certainly one of the most outstanding examples on Nepalese architecture. Only Hindus are allowed inside the Temple of Gorakhnath from where the town derives its name. The world famous Gorkha soldiers come from this place. Gorkha can be reached in about four hours drive from Kathmandu and is about two hours from Pokhara. A side overnight hiking to Manakamana (The Goddess) from Gorkha or Abu Khairani will be very enjoyable and interesting. Accommodation at Manakamana will be only in tents. A trip to Gorkha is possible only by surface.


MuktinathMuktinath is one of the most important places of pilgrimage for Hindus and is situated about 18 km north-west of Jomsom at an altitude of 3749 m. This famous temple of Lord Muktinath lies in the district of Mustang on a high mountain range. It is accessible only during the fair weather. During the Janai Purnima and Ram Navami festivals devotees gather there to pay homage to Lord Muktinath. There are two ways to approach this place: the first approach is by air from Kathmandu to Jomsom with overnight stay at Pokhara and from there around 4 to 5 hours walk to reach this place. The second alternative is to trek, all the way from Pokhara to Muktinath which takes about 15 to 16 days up and down both ways.


Tansen is a Himalayan town situated on the slopes of a bill called Shreenagar Danda at an altitude of 1371 m above sea level. It is the most popular summer resort of Western Nepal on account of its position and climate. It has perhaps Nepal’s most far stretching view of the Himalayas from Dahulagiri in the west to Gaurishanker in the north-east. From Shreenagar Danda one can have the view of sweeping Tinau river valley including Terai’s flatland to the south. The distance between Tansen and Pokhara is 123 km and is approximately 5 hours drive. If one is interested to trek to place like Ridi, Tamghas, Sandhikharka, Pyuthan, Dhorpatan, Swargadwari, Baglung and Beni it can be highly rewarding experience.



Daman is situated 180 km south-west of.Kathmandu city on the Tribhuvan Highway between Kathmandu and the border town Birgunj at an altitude of about 2400 m. This place is better than other places for the view of breath-taking grandeur of the world’s highest peaks extending from the far west of Dhaulagiri to the far east of Sagarmatha (Mount Everest). Other peaks that are visible from Daman are Annapurna III (7555 in), Phurbi Chyachu (6637 in), Choba Bharme (6016 m) and Gaurishanker (7134 in). Many lovely panoramic view, sweeping nature are the exquisite masterpieces of Daman. There is a view tower equipped with long range telescopes. Visitors can bring their own binocular to view the majestic views of mountains from here. A drive of 4 hours is required to visit this place from Kathmandu. An overnight stay is recommendable at this place.

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4 Nights / 5 Days (Ktm) Nepal

Day 01 : Arrival Kathmandu. transfer to Hotel . Afternoon walk around the local markets.

Day 02 : In kathmandu. Visit Kathmandu durbar Square, Swayambhunath temple - said to be 2000 years old, one of the world's most glorious Buddhist stupa. In the sfternoon visit Patan Durbar Square And Tibetan resettlement Camp.

Day 03 : Kathmandu - Dhulikhel. Morning visit Pasupatinath temple - the holiest Hindu temple situated on the bank of river Bagmati, the largest and most important Hindu temple complex said to have been built before Christ and thes temple is dedicated to Lord Shiva which attracts tens of thousend of hindu pilgrims from South Asia. We continue on to Boudhanath Stupa - The biggest Buddhist stupa in South Asia and is said to have been built in the 5th century. It has become a focal point of Tibetan Buddhism in Nepal. Boudhanath is also know as "Little Tibet" is the best place to observe Tibetan life style . After Boudhanath, continue onto Bhaktapur Durbar Square and then to Dhulikhel Overnight in Dhulikhel.

Day 04 : Early rise to view a sunrise on eastern Himalayan rang. After breakfast visit the old Newar town and then drive back to Kathmandu. Afternoon free for own activities.

Evening : Nepalese Cultural Dance show, followed by Nepalese Dinner.

Day 05 : Transfer to airport for onward flight.


7 Nights / 8 Days (Ktm/Cht/Pkr)

Day 01 : Arrival Kathmandu. Transfer to Hotel. Afternoon walk around the local markets.

Day 02 : In Kathmandu. Visit Kathmandu Durbar Square, Swayanbhunath temple - said to be 2000 year old, one of the world's most glorious Buddhist stupa. In the afternoon visit Bhaktapur Burbar Square, Pasupatinath temple and Boudhanath Stupa.

Day 03 : Drive to Chitwan National park. Afternoon jungle activities. Evening cultural dance show . Overnight at Lodge in Chitwan.

Day 04 : Fullday jungle activites. Overnight at Lodge in Chitwan.

Day 05 : Drive from Chitwan to Pokhara for 4 hours. Afternoon an hour boating on Fewa Lake . Overnight in Pokhara.

Day 06 : Early rise to take a short hiking trip to Sarangkot which take an hour to reach to the top to view panoramic view of sunrise on Annapurna rang. Return to Hotal for breakfast. Afternoon sight seeing tour of Pokhara visiting temples, lake side and Davi's fall. Overnight in Pokhara.

Day 07 : Driving back to kathmandu for 5 hours. Afternoon leisure.

evening : Nepalese Culture Dance show, followed by Nepalese Dinner.

Day 08 : Transfer to airport for onward flight.


7 Nights / 8 Days (Ktm/Cht/ /Pkr)

Day 01 : Arrival Kathmandu. Transfer to Hotel . Afternoon walk around the local market.

Day 02 : In Kathmandu. Visit Kathmandu Durbar Square, Swayambhunath temple - said to be 2000 year old, one of the world's most glorious Buddhist stupa. In the afternoon visit Bhaktapur Durbar Square, Pasupatinath temple and Boudhanath Stupa.

Day 03 : Drive for 3 hour to raft starting point . Raft on Trisuli river for 4 hours. Enjoy picnic lunch en- route. Dinner and overnight at Camp by river side.

Day 04 : Raft for 3 hours. After lunch , drive to Pokhara for 3 hours. Overnight in Pokhara.

Day 05, 06, 07: 3days Trek in Annapurna region. Accommodation at the best Available lodges.

Day 07 : Drive back to Kathmandu .

Evening : Nepalese Culture Dance Show, followed by Nepalese Dinner.

Day 08 : Transfer to airport for onward flight