Kathmandu Valley Heritage Sites

Kathmandu Valley Heritage Sites

The cultural heritage of the Kathmandu valley is illustrated by seven groups of monuments and buildings which display the full range of historic and artistic achievements for which the Kathmandu Valley in world famous. The seven include the Durbar Suareas of Hanuman Dhoka (Kathmandu), Patan and Bhaktapur, the Buddhist stupas of Swayambhu and Bauddhanath and the Hindu temples of Pashupati and Changu Narayan. As Buddhism and Hinduism developed and changed over the centuries throughout Asia, both religions prospered in Nepal and produced a powerful artistic and architectural fusion beginning at least from the 5th century AD, but truly coming into its own in the three hundred year period between 1500 and 1800 AD. These monuments were defined by the outstanding cultural traditions of the Newars, manifested in their unique urban settlements, building and structures with intricate ornamentation displaying outstanding craftsmanship in brick, stone, timber and bronze that are some of the most highly developed in the world.

Tour Package Overview


Explore temples of Kathmandu valley

Ascent/Descent : . Kms : 30kms drive Duration : 7-8hrs
1
Day

Drive to Pashupatinath Temple, Boudha and Patan


Explore Kathmandu valley

Ascent/Descent : . Kms : 40-50kms Duration : 7-8hrs each day.
2
Day

01st Day - Drive to Pashupatinath Temple, Boudha, Swayambhunath, and drop Durbar Square guided sightseeing tour. Walk back to the hotel from Durbar Square via old local market Asan. 02nd Day - Morning drives to Patan. After Patan visit drive to Bhaktapur and drive back to Kathmandu. 9am - 5pm


Kathmandu valley, Bhaktapur and Nagarkot

Ascent/Descent : . Kms : 90kms Duration : 7-8hrs each day.
3
Day

01st Day - Drive to Pashupatinath Temple, Boudha, Narayanthan 02nd Day - Swayambhunath, Patan and drop Durbar Square guided sightseeing tour. Walk back to the hotel from Durbar Square via old local market Asan. 03rd Day – Early morning drives to Nagarkot for sunrise return via Changu Narayan, Bhaktapur and drive back to Kathmandu.


Kathmandu valley, Patan, Bhaktapur, Nagarkot, Dakshinkali, Kritipur and Pharping.

Ascent/Descent : . Kms : 110kms Duration : 7-8hrs each day.
4
Day

01st Day - Drive to Pashupatinath Temple, Buddha, Narayanthan 02nd Day - Swayambhunath, Patan and drop Durbar Square guided sightseeing tour. Walk back to the hotel from Durbar Square via old local market Asan. 03rd Day – Early morning drives to Nagarkot for sunrise return via Changu Narayan, Bhaktapur and drive back to Kathmandu. 04th Day – Drive to Dakshinkali temple visiting via Pharping and Kritipur.



A sightseeing cost includes a guide and transportation. Lunch and entry fees is extra.

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Kathmandu Valley Heritage Sites

As Buddhism and Hinduism developed and changed over the centuries throughout Asia, both religions prospered in Nepal and produced a powerful artistic and architectural fusion beginning at least from the 5th century AD, but truly coming into its own in the three hundred year period between 1500 and 1800 AD. These monuments were defined by the outstanding cultural traditions of the Newars, manifested in their unique urban settlements, building and structures with intricate ornamentation displaying outstanding craftsmanship in brick, stone, timber and bronze that are some of the most highly developed in the world.

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