Kathmandu’s World Heritage Sites Tour (3 Nights / 4 Days)

Thème : Histoire, Architecture, Culture/Traditions

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  • Central Region
  • Kathmandu
  • Nepal
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  • Kathmandu, Central Region, Nepal

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Programme

Jour 1
Arrivée à

Day 01 - Arrive in Kathmandu and meet with our representative and then, take a tour of Pashupatinath - one of the most sacred Hindu temples of Nepal dedicated to god Shiva. The temple is considered a masterpiece of Hindu architecture. It is a place where century-old Hindu rituals are practiced in their astonishing initial form, giving a chance to the visitors to feel the unique spirit of Hindu traditions of life and death.

The temple is considered the oldest Hindu temple of Kathmandu and the earliest evidence of the temple’s existence dates back to 400 A.D. The current main temple of Pashupatinath complex was built in the end of the 17th century to replace the previous one, destroyed by termites. After sightseeing transfer to hotel, do the check-in and after that if there is time stroll around for a while. In the evening we go for a welcome dinner at one of the authentic Nepali Restaurants to enjoy Nepali cuisine and cultural programs.

Day 02 - Kathmandu Sightseeing: Take a tour of the Kathmandu valley to see the old Royal Palace, built over the course of almost four centuries, and then visit Kumari Chowk (the gilded cage of the Raj Kumari), Kathmandu's "living Goddess" and other historical monuments around. After exploring around here we head to Swayambunath to have a look at its sweeping views of the city, a great place to get your bearings geographically and culturally. In the afternoon, we visit Patan city (a city of artisans). This city produces nearly all of Nepal's fine metal work and its craftsmen have created some of the most extraordinarily lavish temples.

Day 03 - In the morning, we visit Boudhanath (one of the world's largest Stupas). In the afternoon we take a tour to Bhaktapur, Nepal's most perfectly preserved city, famed for its wood carving and architecture.

Day 04 – After breakfast drive to Tibetan refugee centre to visit the Tibetan handicraft centre and then back to Kathmandu and explore the local town and market, do some souvenir shopping and then back to hotel, organize the things and transfer to airport to catch flight back home.

 

Jour 2
Arrivée à

Day 01 - Arrive in Kathmandu and meet with our representative and then, take a tour of Pashupatinath - one of the most sacred Hindu temples of Nepal dedicated to god Shiva. The temple is considered a masterpiece of Hindu architecture. It is a place where century-old Hindu rituals are practiced in their astonishing initial form, giving a chance to the visitors to feel the unique spirit of Hindu traditions of life and death.

The temple is considered the oldest Hindu temple of Kathmandu and the earliest evidence of the temple’s existence dates back to 400 A.D. The current main temple of Pashupatinath complex was built in the end of the 17th century to replace the previous one, destroyed by termites. After sightseeing transfer to hotel, do the check-in and after that if there is time stroll around for a while. In the evening we go for a welcome dinner at one of the authentic Nepali Restaurants to enjoy Nepali cuisine and cultural programs.

Day 02 - Kathmandu Sightseeing: Take a tour of the Kathmandu valley to see the old Royal Palace, built over the course of almost four centuries, and then visit Kumari Chowk (the gilded cage of the Raj Kumari), Kathmandu's "living Goddess" and other historical monuments around. After exploring around here we head to Swayambunath to have a look at its sweeping views of the city, a great place to get your bearings geographically and culturally. In the afternoon, we visit Patan city (a city of artisans). This city produces nearly all of Nepal's fine metal work and its craftsmen have created some of the most extraordinarily lavish temples.

Day 03 - In the morning, we visit Boudhanath (one of the world's largest Stupas). In the afternoon we take a tour to Bhaktapur, Nepal's most perfectly preserved city, famed for its wood carving and architecture.

Day 04 – After breakfast drive to Tibetan refugee centre to visit the Tibetan handicraft centre and then back to Kathmandu and explore the local town and market, do some souvenir shopping and then back to hotel, organize the things and transfer to airport to catch flight back home.

 

Jour 3
Arrivée à

Day 01 - Arrive in Kathmandu and meet with our representative and then, take a tour of Pashupatinath - one of the most sacred Hindu temples of Nepal dedicated to god Shiva. The temple is considered a masterpiece of Hindu architecture. It is a place where century-old Hindu rituals are practiced in their astonishing initial form, giving a chance to the visitors to feel the unique spirit of Hindu traditions of life and death.

The temple is considered the oldest Hindu temple of Kathmandu and the earliest evidence of the temple’s existence dates back to 400 A.D. The current main temple of Pashupatinath complex was built in the end of the 17th century to replace the previous one, destroyed by termites. After sightseeing transfer to hotel, do the check-in and after that if there is time stroll around for a while. In the evening we go for a welcome dinner at one of the authentic Nepali Restaurants to enjoy Nepali cuisine and cultural programs.

Day 02 - Kathmandu Sightseeing: Take a tour of the Kathmandu valley to see the old Royal Palace, built over the course of almost four centuries, and then visit Kumari Chowk (the gilded cage of the Raj Kumari), Kathmandu's "living Goddess" and other historical monuments around. After exploring around here we head to Swayambunath to have a look at its sweeping views of the city, a great place to get your bearings geographically and culturally. In the afternoon, we visit Patan city (a city of artisans). This city produces nearly all of Nepal's fine metal work and its craftsmen have created some of the most extraordinarily lavish temples.

Day 03 - In the morning, we visit Boudhanath (one of the world's largest Stupas). In the afternoon we take a tour to Bhaktapur, Nepal's most perfectly preserved city, famed for its wood carving and architecture.

Day 04 – After breakfast drive to Tibetan refugee centre to visit the Tibetan handicraft centre and then back to Kathmandu and explore the local town and market, do some souvenir shopping and then back to hotel, organize the things and transfer to airport to catch flight back home.

 

Jour 4
Arrivée à

Day 01 - Arrive in Kathmandu and meet with our representative and then, take a tour of Pashupatinath - one of the most sacred Hindu temples of Nepal dedicated to god Shiva. The temple is considered a masterpiece of Hindu architecture. It is a place where century-old Hindu rituals are practiced in their astonishing initial form, giving a chance to the visitors to feel the unique spirit of Hindu traditions of life and death.

The temple is considered the oldest Hindu temple of Kathmandu and the earliest evidence of the temple’s existence dates back to 400 A.D. The current main temple of Pashupatinath complex was built in the end of the 17th century to replace the previous one, destroyed by termites. After sightseeing transfer to hotel, do the check-in and after that if there is time stroll around for a while. In the evening we go for a welcome dinner at one of the authentic Nepali Restaurants to enjoy Nepali cuisine and cultural programs.

Day 02 - Kathmandu Sightseeing: Take a tour of the Kathmandu valley to see the old Royal Palace, built over the course of almost four centuries, and then visit Kumari Chowk (the gilded cage of the Raj Kumari), Kathmandu's "living Goddess" and other historical monuments around. After exploring around here we head to Swayambunath to have a look at its sweeping views of the city, a great place to get your bearings geographically and culturally. In the afternoon, we visit Patan city (a city of artisans). This city produces nearly all of Nepal's fine metal work and its craftsmen have created some of the most extraordinarily lavish temples.

Day 03 - In the morning, we visit Boudhanath (one of the world's largest Stupas). In the afternoon we take a tour to Bhaktapur, Nepal's most perfectly preserved city, famed for its wood carving and architecture.

Day 04 – After breakfast drive to Tibetan refugee centre to visit the Tibetan handicraft centre and then back to Kathmandu and explore the local town and market, do some souvenir shopping and then back to hotel, organize the things and transfer to airport to catch flight back home.

 

Theme

  • Histoire
  • Architecture
  • Culture/Traditions

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Durée 4 Days
Langue English
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