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This is the ideal tour for those who like the forest scenery, the traditional villages, history and culture since it combines a very nice hiking over hills and down into river valleys with the visit of temples, shrines and medieval towns. Time in Nepal will accompany you through Tamang villages, giving you the opportunity to see the inhabitants in their daily lives. An Unforgettable, Unique Tour!

Duration of the tour – 6 nights/7 days

Highlights – The medieval fragrance of Bhaktapur , the attractive traditional settlement of Balthali village, the green terraced farmlands and forest scenery, the Tamang villages with their beautiful houses, the inhabitants in their daily lives and the historical Namobuddha monastery

Day 01 – Pick up at the airport and transfer to the hotel

Day 02 – – Visit of Patan, Kathmandu Durbar Square and Rickshaw tour of the old Kathmandu

Day 03 – Drive to Panauti, visit of this medieval town and later drive to Balthali. Overnight in resort

Day 04 – Hike to Namobuddha monastery and overnight in resort

Day 05 – Drive to Bhaktapur and visit of the town

Day 06 – Visit of Boudha stupa, Pashupatinath and Swayembu stupa

Day 07 – Drop off at the airport for departure

Brief information about the places we will visit during this tour:

Patan- Once one of the independent kingdoms of the Kathmandu Valley, Patan is also the oldest existing Buddhist city in the Valley. Despite a close proximity to the capital Kathmandu, its ‘preserved’ ancestral culture distinguishes Patan as a unique place to experience.  Patan is also known as Lalitpur, “City of Beauty”, and its unique Durbar Square is surrounded on all four sides by awe-inspiring temples and shrines.

Kathmandu Durbar Square Kathmandu Durbar Square is a historic place of royals where kings were crowned in the past. This durbar square is listed in the UNESCO World Heritage sites and reflects the royal history, religion, and culture. You can see the Taleju Bhawani, the tallest temple of Kathmandu Valley on the side of the palace built by King Ratna Malla. Inside Kathmandu Durbar you get to see the Kumari living goddess house, Hanuman Dhoka, and Jagannath Temple with erotic carvings. You will also get the chance to walk along the famous Freak Street, where during the 60s and 70s the hippies were used to stay.

Panauti One of the most fascinating Newar towns, Panauti stands at the confluence of two rivers in a small valley surrounded by mountains. The town is noted for two fine examples of Malla temple architecture, the Indreshwar Mahadev Temple and a Narayan shrine.

 Bhaltali is an attractive traditional settlement in a hidden valley, hemmed on one side by a river gorge and pine forests and on the other side by hillsides terraced with rice and millet fields.

Namobuddha Monastery This tranquil monastery, located 40 kilometers from Kathmandu, is one of Nepal’s holiest Buddhist pilgrimage sites. It is known by Tibetans as Takmo Lu Jin, which means  “Tigress Body Generosity”, since according to legend Namo Buddha stupa is  the site where  Buddha encountered a tigress close to starvation and unable to feed her own cubs. Buddha allowed the tigress to consume him and thereby feed her cubs

Bhaktapur Bhaktapur is probably the most visited of the three historic cities of the Valley. It is a medieval town locked in centuries-old beliefs and traditions.  The city is famous for its glorious architecture, sky-high temples, like the awesome Nyatapola Temple, Nepal’s tallest ancient structure, fine clay pottery and royal courtyards where devotees, still today celebrate their pre-historic festivals

Boudhanath Stupa is one of the largest stupa in the world and is the religious and cultural center of the broad community of Tibetan Refugees in Nepal. It is a holy place rich in Buddhist symbolism.

Pashupatinath is the most important Hindu Temple in Nepal and is set on the banks of the sacred river Bagmati.  It is not only a religious destination, but a mix of art, culture, peace and devotion. Hundreds of rituals are performed every day in its premises, which are considered an open, living museum.  In the age of mythology, Lord Shiva and his consort lived here by this tributary of the holy Ganges.

Swayambhunath Stupa overlooks most part of the Kathmandu valley, offering to the visitors a panoramic view of the city, particularly enchanting at sunset. According to the legend, the hill on top of which the stupa rises, originated when the valley was created out of a primordial lake It is said that the great Emperor Ashoka visited this site more than 2,000 years ago.

 

 

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