Kathmandu Day Tour

Kathmandu Day Tour

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Overview

In Kathmandu Day Tour, Kathmandu is the capital of Nepal which is located at the elevation of 1,350m from sea level. It is the largest city of Nepal which is divided into three cities including Bhaktapur and Patan. Most of the Durbar Squares, old temples, and monasteries are located in this valley and are known as the city of Temples. The city is mostly popular for temples including Swyambhunath, Bouddhanath, and Pashupatinath.

Swyambhunath and Bouddhanath are Buddhist temples where you can see the Buddhist religious activities along with Buddhist Monks. Likewise, Pashupatinath is the biggest Hindu temple which is located on the bank of the Bagmati River which is a holy river.

You can observe the ritual activities of Hindus every day in this temple and the strangest thing could be the crimination. Patan is popular for its wooden and metal crafts as well as fine arts and painting. It has its own Durbar square called Patan Durbar square.

You can see several Hindu and Buddhist monuments built during the Malla dynasty from the 15th to 18th century. Bhaktapur is the oldest city of Nepal and it is 15km far from Kathmandu. This city is famous for Bhaktapur Durbar Square, the typical Newari houses, the old Palace, temples, and Newari culture. This city was formed by King Anand Dev in 889 A.D and ruled by Malla who built magnificent temples statues and golden gates.

Kathmandu day tour starts at 8:00 AM from your hotel and it takes 7 hours full day tours in Kathmandu Valley like Kathmandu Durbar Square including Living Goddess Kumari’s House, Swoyambhunath (Monkey Temple), Pashupatinath (Popular Hindu Pilgrimage site), Buddhanath, Patan Durbar Square and Bhaktapur Durbar square(city of devotees)

  • All ground transportation
  • Tour guide
  • Entry fees for popular sites

 

 

Itinerary

Day 01Exploring Kathmandu Valley

  • From 8:30 to 09 A.M. After checking out of the hotel, spend an hour exploring Old Durbar Square.
  • 11–11:30 a.m. After a 30-minute drive, drive to Swayambhunath or the Monkey Temple and spend an hour there.
  • 12 p.m. to 1 p.m. Travel time to reach Pashupatinath Temple is approximately 30 to 40 minutes.
  • From 2:30 PM to 3:30 PM Short drive and about an hour’s excursion to Bouddhanath Stupa, often known as “Little Tibet.”
  • 4:00 p.m. to 4:30 p.m. Return to the hotel and conclude your one-day tour of Nepal.
  • During the lunch break in between tours, our city guides will take you to scrumptious yet clean restaurants that will satisfy your hunger.

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Includes/Excludes

What's included?

  • All ground transportation
  • Tour guide
  • Entry fee for popular sites

What's excluded?

  • Personal expensive
  • Tips
  • Donation

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Useful Info

The Kathmandu, Nepal, one-day tour begins at your hotel. Our tour guides will take you around interesting locations for five to six hours, providing you with intriguing experiences around remarkable locations within the city.

A short drive into the heart of Kathmandu will take you to locations of great wonders of the old Hanuman Dhoka (palace courtyard), where you can observe wonderful sites listed as World Heritage. Kathmandu is blessed with ancient historical palaces and religious monuments of both Hindu temples and Buddhist monasteries located side by side in perfect harmony.

FAQs

Is 2 days enough in Kathmandu?

You might even be able to include day trips and city tours into just two days if you plan your schedule well. Alternatively, spend the fourth-day sightseeing in the Kathmandu Valley and head out. In any case, you ought to see Durbar Square and take in Thamel on your first day.

Is Kathmandu cheap to visit?

Is Kathmandu an expensive city?

Reviews

Dec 2023 • Family
We arrived in Nepal with only two days to enjoy Kathmandu and Nabin guided us with the best experience visiting the most beautiful places in town. We enjoyed a lot! I highly recommend it.
Maria luiza C Review fromMaria luiza C Maria luiza C Brazil
Oct 2014 • Friends
I went into his office the night before I wanted to go on a full day hike around Kathmandu, he arranged a guide, transport, lunch, village visits, a beautiful sunrise spot, and a hike to a UNESCO heritage site for an amazing deal! We left the next morning at 4:30 and he was waiting for me already at 4:30. I highly highly recommend them. Had an awsome day! He also helped me buy bus tickets for 5 of my friends, he went to the bus station and picked them up for me all within an hour or so.
Review fromAndreaaaw Andreaaaw Canada

I would happily recommend Himalayan Abode Travel to all my friends and colleagues, the team is very professional, friendly and helpful. Their organisation skills are great and they provided a great holiday. I will definitely use them again. Thanks to Nabin and Prabin.
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Isabelle Collot Isabelle Collot United Kingdom
Apr 2018 • Friends

Ero con un gruppo misto di amici, siamo stati per 16 giorni con Sadhuram Ghorsaine, ci ha accompagnati nel trekking in annapurna ed è stato come un padre. Molto attento e gentile, non ci ha fatto mancare nulla. Ci serviva addirittura al tavolo e non c’è stato modo di farlo smettere. Gli abbiamo lasciato una meritata mancia in tutti quanti.

Esperienza, serietà e molta amicizia, sta facendo un corso di lingua italiana, fra poco sarà pronto anche per gli italiani piu radicali (no english 🙂 )
Ho conosciuto anche il suo boss, persona efficente e ottimo management, l’ultima sera ci ha anche offerto una squisita cena tradizionale nepalese.

Trasporti e spostamenti impeccabili, visitate poi Katmandu, Patan e Bjaktapur, per poi passare 3 giorni nel villaggio di Sudal. Esperienza imperdibile e piu bella di tutto il resto, dove si tocca realmente il Nepal, la vita in villaggio, si vive a contatto con loro e ci si immerge nella vita rurale, fabbriche di mattoni, coltivazioni, allevamenti. Alla sera splendida festa attorno a un grande fuoco tutti assieme. Esperienza fantastica, penso proprio che ci tornerò!

Struttura particolarmente indicata per chi fa un viaggio in Nepal per la prima volta.
Enjoy and share your trip with Sadu and the Abode Travels!

Review fromricofata9 ricofata9 Italy

Our full-day Kathmandu sightseeing was enjoyable. The owner, Prabin, ensured our trip to go as planned. He was responsive and very patient to our queries.
Also, the Narangkot-KTM pick-up service went as well as we expected.

Review fromWendy Chiang Wendy Chiang Taiwan
Dec 2023 • Couples
Himalayan Abode did so much to make our trip special. After using their services for the sunrise and day hike, we came back and asked for the city tour as well because we liked them so much. All the staff are friendly, helpful and knowledgeable. If you want to better understand Nepali history, people and culture, we highly recommend them!
Andrew J Andrew J United Kingdom
Oct 2016 • Solo
NAMASTA…to all the people out their thats planning to take a holiday that has EVERYTHING…why dont you think about comming to NEPAL…I highly recommend this journey…THE MAGESTIC HYMALAYAS..just kèep following your every move…to rice fields & magnificant mountains with so many greens just takes your breathe away…the artisons…paitings..pottery…the history & culture of this beautiful country is worth a visit…Enjoy the ancient sites & learn the history & culture of this beautiful place…& not to forget the children & people who are so humble & generous towards their guests..come on take a trip to Nepal….love ..love..love..Nepal..Please contact Himalayan Abode Travels & Tours Treks & Expd. (P)Ltd. . Will take care of you..they have the best tour guides..& anything u wont as in accomadation treks. & tours..my holiday was complete with these guys & couldnt do enough for me…My best holiday ever…come on ..come to Nepal i promise you wont regret it..
Review fromwendyayates wendyayates Australia
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