Nepal Honeymoon Tour

Nepal Honeymoon Tour is best tour package for a married or unmarried couples. Have you ever imagined spending a romantic evening in the lap of snow-capped Himalayas? Have you dreamt of relishing quality time with your love at Everest Base Camp? Or will you like to honeymoon in the tropical jungle teeming with wildlife not to mention tigers, rhinos and crocs?

If you certainly do not want to miss the chance of making your once-in-a-lifetime honeymoon memorable, come to Nepal, come to the land of Himalayas.

The majestic and serene Himalayas beckon you and your bridegroom to its mysterious and magical folds. While away your precious moments warming by the glacial lakes; sweating in the depth of tropical jungles and engaging up and down the hilly stations.

Nepal waits to be part of your celebration, your life. We are offering a variety of packages to suit your honeymoon plans. Nepal Honeymoon Tour include Chitwan National Park in Terai and Everest Base Camp to Kathmandu’s five star hotels to lake side towns like Pokhara. The duration of the packages run from a minimum of two days to ten days, depending upon your requirements. We extend the princely service that include star hotels and transportation services. Check out some of the options below as they are sure to make you come back for more.

Kathmandu Dhulikhel Namobuddha Tour

Kathmandu Dhulikhel Namobuddha Tour consists of some of the most popular and culturally and religiously important sites in Nepal. The fact that all of these sites are located within a short driving distance of capital Kathmandu means travelers can enjoy this tour comfortably and within a reasonable time.

The tour starts off with a full day sightseeing of Bhaktapur Durbar Square, another world heritage site steeped in medieval culture and history. Also known as an open museum, it is home to some of the best preserved historical monuments including palaces, courtyards, temples, pagodas, monuments, craftwork, hand-crafted peacock windows, etc, reflecting mostly Hinduism.

Explore Bhaktapur

Situated 6.6 km north of Bhaktapur lies Changu Narayan Temple, the oldest temple of Nepal, said to have been built in 323 AD by King Hari Datta Varma. It is double-roofed pagoda style temple dedicated to Lord Vishnu and is perched atop a hill overlooking the rice-fields of Bhaktapur. The site was heavily damaged in the 2015 earthquake but has since been renovated and reopened for visitors again. From here, you can head straight to Dhulikhel or make a stop in Sanga to view the world’s largest Mahadev Statue. The statue attracts around 8000 to 10,000 visitors on weekends and public holidays, and even runs into lakhs on other important religious festivals.

Dhulikhel – Get Glimpses of Himalayas and Nature

Your real hike starts from Dhulikhel as you pass through beautiful forest, river, stream, beautiful scenery of different Himalayas, Kali temple, Shiva temple and old town of Panauti. The small town is rich in plethora of cultural diversities, and lush vegetation. Dhulikhel. The artistic skill and urban ethos of its Newar inhabitants have created a place of charm and beauty. Streets are lined with bare-brick houses, carved wooden windows, sloping roofs, pagoda temples and sacred statues everywhere. And since Dhulikhel is located only a few kilometers away from Kathmandu, it is one of the most popular weekend destinations.

You can stay in any one of the lodges Nepal Tour Guide™ has managed for you and after catching a morning sunrise and views of peaks at Dhulikhel you will take a short drive to a sacred Buddhist spot that is the Namobuddha. Namobuddha is situated at an elevation of 1750m and one of the three most important Buddhist pilgrimage sites along with Boudhanath and Swayambhunath.

The Stupa and shrines built in this lovely little hill mark a very ancient holy site significantly enough where a legendary prince named Mahasattva offered himself to a starving Tigress. This legendary episode is depicted in a very nice stone slab next to the Stupa.

Hiking to Namobuddha is an easy one and ideal for those who strive to walk for at least a few hours. Whether you are traveling for a quick holiday or looking for a long holiday, Kathmandu, Dhulikhel and Namo Buddha hiking is perfect for you. This tour is fully customized so you can decide which locations you want to go to and what you want to see out of our suggested itinerary.

Janakpur Cultural Tour

Janakpur is an important pilgrimage site for Hindus all over the world. For Hindus, Janakpur is very important: the place where Goddess Sita was born, and married to Lord Rama—the most beloved Hindu couple. Explore Janakpur on our Janakpur Cultural Tour.

Janakpur Cultural tour highlights the very old civilization and culture from Terai dating back to Rigvedic period, arguably around 9th to 10th century BCE. This makes Janakpur one of the oldest and most famous cities of Nepal.

The centre of Janakpur is dominated by the impressive Janaki Mandir to the north and west of the bazaar. This temple, one of the biggest in Nepal, was built in 1898 by Queen Brisabhanu Kunwari and is also famously called “Nau Lakha Mandir” after the cost of construction which is said to have been nine lakh rupees.

Taking a stroll through the ancient Mithila city to experience the Terai culture of southern Nepal will lead you to the Ram Janaki Temple in the center of the city that draws allusions to the famous Hindu epic Ramayana.

Apart from the historic temples with its connection to ancient mythology, Janakpur is also known for its more than 200 scared ponds scattered throughout the city. Any pilgrimage is incomplete without a ritual bath in none of these ponds. The famous ones among them are Ganga Sagar, Dhanush Sagar and Ratna Sagar.

Since the whole region is considered the center of Maithili culture, Maithili art and culture is predominant in this area. Janakpur’s atmosphere is charged with an intense devotional zeal. New shrines are forever being inaugurated and idols installed, while loudspeakers broadcast religious discourses and the mesmerizing drone of bhajan.

The Janakpur calendar is marked by several highlights in the festival calendar, like Parikrama where as many as 100,000 people join the annual one-day circumambulation of the city on the day of the February/March full moon, and Chhath where women bathe in Janakpur’s ponds and line them with elaborate offerings to the sun god in October/November.

But if you have made up your mind that Janakpur is only about temples, religion and pilgrimage then think again. Janakpur is home to the ancient Milthila culture, Mithila art and Indian styled sweets.

The very minimal, stylistic feminine shapes with bright colours make Mithila art one of the most recognized art styles around the world. These and the various indian styled sweets make Janakpur the epitome of cultural diversity in Nepal. Infact, around the Ram Janaki temple, you will be surprised to find the large muslim population living in harmony along with the majority Hindu population.

Janakpur is approximately 390 km and 10-hour drive from Kathmandu or daily flights are also available that take you bring you from the capital in about 40-minutes. There is also the only operational railway line of Nepal in Janakpur. But this railway line is only directly connected to India. This also makes it one of the top reasons for tourists to come to Janakpur.

Legends, folk songs and dance by the locals dressed in traditional attire, keep the bygone eras of kingdoms, palaces and legends alive for you to see on our distinctively mythical tour.

Explore Nepal Tour

Explore Nepal Tour is basically an overview trip of the major destinations in Nepal. From World Heritage sites of Kathmandu valley to Lumbini, from the raw appeal of towering mountain peaks to jungle safaris in Chitwan National Park. This 8days/7nights package is specifically designed for you to explore and discover the quintessence of Nepal.    

What sets this tour apart from the other tours is that it focuses more on traditional and cultural experience. Owing to the large number of ethnic groups in Nepal, it is said that there are more festivals than there are days in a year.

Since the quintessence of any country are its people and traditions, we coincide this tour to fall under any of the major festivals throughout Nepal. Sightseeing, hiking and other activities are combined with an in-depth look at the festivals of the locale.    

If you arrive to the capital during the peak trekking season of October to November, then the festivals of Dashain and Tihar is a great insight into what religious beliefs and rituals of this majorly Hindu population. Dashain is the biggest festival of the Hindus and the Hindu population celebrate by uniting with their large families, paying reverence to elders and feasting till sunrise.

Asan Bazaar – Visit Local Market

The focal point of the capital, not just during the festivals, is the ancient Asan bazaar. This bazaar is a town in its own right and enjoys an autonomous supervision by the locals themselves without the interference from the larger government body. Asan bazaar is jam packed with people trying to get the best bargains. Another sight that unique to Kathmandu you won’t get any place in Nepal.    

Pokhara – Adventure and Pristine Nature

The Lakeside in Pokhara also comes alive during Christmas and New Year holidays. Once you finish your expedition to Annapurna Base Camp or even a short trek to Poon Hill, coming down to the southern lakeside offers you wild merry making and wild nights.Travelers from all around the word crowd the streets of Pokhara to enjoy food, parades and events. Budget accommodations and homestays are widely available so you don’t have to worry about staying in expensive touristy areas. This will also ensure that the local village economy is thriving.    

Chitwan National Park

Spice up your Chitwan tour as well as this specially designed package takes you deep into the National Park to the Tharu village. The Tharus are the dominant indigenous people of Chitwan and to date have preserved their traditions and culture. The tharu dance conjures up vision of a pre-modern times when Tharus lived a purer life close to nature. Holi-the festival of colors is also well celebrated here. People celebrate Holi by throwing colored powder and water at each other and is probably the world’s most famous Hindu festival, as this is a festival where everyone can participate.    

Take the local routes and experience a typical villager lifestyle staying in one of the homestays. Rafting is another great opportunity for you to enjoy the sights of the famed Asiatic gangetic dolphin in these parts. Crocodiles, Gharials, and river birds make up the larger population of the river system. This tour is becoming more and more popular these days because it lets get an insight into the people’s way of life, their traditions and culture. Combined with your sightseeing itinerary, mountain hiking and jungle safari, your journey experience is heightened to a level that very few can get the chance to explore.

Although short, this package is the quintessence of your Explore Nepal tour.  

Kathmandu Pokhara Tour

If you ever hear the call of the wild becking then Pokhara tour is for you. Pokhara is the adventure capital of Nepal, and rightfully so. Pokhara is a gateway to some of the world famous trekking routes in Nepal like Annapurna Base Camp, Ghorepani Poon Hill trek, Mardi Himal trek, Jomsom Muktinath trek, and Upper Mustang trek.

If these long treks aren’t your cup of tea, however, then there is still plenty to do around here. Pokhara is not called ‘the City of Lakes’ for no reason. You can take a casual stroll, swim, or boat on any of the lakes here. The most popular one, however, is the Phewa Lake.

Phewa Lake

Phewa lake has become so famous in fact, that the northern side of the shore has become a tourist district of some sorts and is famously known as Lake-side. This is where the most happening restaurant and hotels of Pokhara are. Tourists enjoy water-sports and fishing here. The vibrant life in the Lake-side is not just for partying. Here, you can meet tourists from all around the globe and swap your awesome travel stories with.

Pokhara – City of Caves

Owing to the large number of lakes, Pokhara also has numerous cave systems throughout the hillside. Cave exploring is another activity that you can do here. Gupteshwor Mahadev Cave, The Crazy Cave, Siddheshwar Cave and Mahendra Cave are among many cave systems that give you a mystical experience. The caves conjure up fantasies of enigmatic cities hidden underground.

If you have the energy to keep up with Pokhara’s wild side, then there is plenty to do around here. The second highest Bungee point of the country lies here and is increasingly becoming famous.

Get thrilling experience of Zipline

Pokhara has also recently introduced a zipline that runs for a whopping 1.8km and with a vertical height of 610m! Reaching speeds of up to 120km/hr, this zipline claims to be the fastest and steepest zipline of its type in the world!

Experience the extremity – Bungee Jumping

From Bungee Jumping at a height of 80 metres to paragliding in Sarangkot. From going down the world’s steepest zipline to mountain biking through lush green hills. From fishing in the serene lakes to hiking the world famous Annapurna circuit- Pokhara is THE place for adventure lovers from all around the world.

Visit the hillside of Pokhara

If the nights of wild partying and days of hair raising adventure has taken its toll on you then you can also take a short hike around the surrounding villages like Dhampus, Sarangkot hill or Kahun Daada.

The quaint villages lie far enough from the hustle and bustle of main Pokhara that this will be a perfect opportunity to enjoy spectacular views of the surrounding villages and mountain peaks. Rafting in the gentle Seti river takes you through untouched vegetation and also brings you closer to the birds in the habitat.

Live like locals

Budget accommodation and homestays can be found in the villages. This will give you a more authentic local experience rather than staying in the touristy area. Unlike other major cities around the world with their fast paced life, Pokhara is somewhere anyone can rejuvenate themselves. Imagine falling asleep with the sounds of nature playing a full orchestra around you. Think crickets, birds, together with the sweet sound of a nearby river lulling you to sleep. Nights under the twinkling stars is the cherry on the cake when it comes to offering you the most exotic experience imaginable. Quite frankly, Pokhara has it all.

Nights under the twinkling stars is the cherry on the cake when it comes to offering you the most exotic experience imaginable. Quite frankly, Pokhara has it all.

All Nepal Tour

Nepal Tour Guide’s Nepal Travel Packages covers the highlighted places like Bandipur, Palpa, Pokhara, Chitwan and Lumbini, and is designed so you can get a complete experience of Nepal.

This tour combines sightseeing of world heritage sights, white water rafting, gentle hiking in hilly areas and jungle safari.

Your dive into Nepal’s fantastical world starts with cultural sightseeing of Kathmandu valley.

First Day Of Nepal Travel Packages

This first day tour takes you back in time through the Kathmandu valley’s architectural and cultural wonders.

The focal point of each of these cities are the durbar squares where several social festivals are performed.

You will find these durbar squares rich in medieval artifacts, most even dating back to the 12th century.

Temples like Boudhanath stupa, Swayambhunath temple and Pashupatinath temple hold tremendous religious significance to the people of Nepal and travelling these sites showcase Nepalese art and architecture at its finest.

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Nuwakot

Heading 80km north-west of Kathmandu we reach the picturesque district of Nuwakot. Kathmandu and Lumbini Tour is available at Nepal 7 Days Tour Package.

This was once a thriving commercial hub of Nepal owing to the past trade route to Tibet but has now taken a more laid back approach.

Sites like the famous Seven-storey Palace, organic-friendly The Famous Farm House keep you comfortable but if adventure is more on your mind then canyoning down Bulbule waterfall and the buzzing Nuwakot bazaar will enliven you.

Bandipur

Before making your way to Pokhara, you make a day’s stop at Bandipur city to relish sites like Bandipur silk farm, Thani Mai Temple viewpoint, Khadga Devi Temple and the largest cave of Nepal- the Siddha Gufa.

All these make Bandipur a gem in the heart of Nepal and a must see place.

Pokhara

Then, the next destination is the ultimate cherry on top of you whole Nepal tour- Pokhara.

This is the tourist hub of the whole country and sees travellers from all around the world.

The plethora of lakes are enough to fill one’s heart with serenity.

The numerous caves scattered throughout ignite a sense of mystical wonder.

Pokhara is also the adventure gateway of Nepal and you can also enjoy bungee jumping, rafting, fishing, zip lining, sky diving and many other thrilling activities to pump up your adrenaline.

Being the center point for all major trekking routes begin from, so a day’s hike to the surrounding hills will give you a spectacular panoramic view of the mountains while you can almost touch them. You may visit our nepal trekking packages

Tansen – The Cultural Hub

Many travelers looking for a package trip to Nepal discover the hidden gem of Tansen, a peaceful town nestled in the Palpa district.

Taking a break from your wild nights at Pokhara, you head on to Tansen, Palpa.

Walking through the cobbled steps of this medieval city, you enjoy a where you enjoy a more quiet life.

Tansen is also home to the traditional colorful woven Dhaka fabric that has now become synonymous with Nepal and is the choice of souvenir items.

The Magars and Newars make up the larger population of the district and there are plenty of community homestays available for you to day-dream.

Lumbini – The Buddha’s Place

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The drive from Palpa to Lumbini is one of the most interesting drives that takes you from the hills to the plains.

This district is located in southern Nepal close to the Indian border and is the place where Siddhartha Gautam was born. This place became a pivotal place for buddhists after Buddhism spread worldwide.

Sites like the Queen Maya Devi Temple, Sacred Pond and Sacred Garden hold tremendous significance to the life of Gautam Buddha and hence is a much frequented. Other sites are the famous Ashoka Pillar and the international monasteries region.

There are over 30 monasteries here, all from different countries and carry their own unique identity and tradition.

Walking shoulder to shoulder with the locals and the pilgrims, you will get the feeling of nothing less than devotion carrying over since ancient times. These all are cover in our nepal tour package

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Chitwan National Park

Getting glimpses of the endangered white rhino and Nepal tiger at Chitwan National Park will perfectly wrap up you Nepal tour.

In this Nepal Travel Packages, you will get an insight into the natural wonders, lifestyle, culture and religion of Nepal. No other trip will offer such diverse experience in a short time.

Nepal trip price can vary depending on the level of comfort, chosen activities, and trip duration.

Package Trip To Nepal

Let’s face it, planning a package trip to Nepal can be overwhelming. Between flights, accommodation, activities, and figuring out logistics, it’s easy to get bogged down in details.

Here at Tour Guide In Nepal, we believe everyone deserves an amazing adventure in Nepal, and that’s why we offer a variety of tours designed to take the stress out of travel planning.

So ditch the guidebooks and spreadsheets, and get ready to experience Nepal’s magic!

Tours in Nepal

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package trip to nepal

Unforgettable Journeys Await With Our Package Trip To Nepal:

When you choose a package trip to Nepal with us, you get more than just a pre-booked itinerary.

We create tours that cater to your interests and travel style, ensuring you have an unforgettable experience.

Here’s what sets our tours apart:

  • Variety is the spice of life: Whether you’re a seasoned adventurer seeking an adrenaline rush on a Himalayan trek, a culture vulture excited to explore ancient temples, or a nature lover longing for breathtaking landscapes, we have a tour for you! From budget-friendly options to luxurious getaways, we offer a range of packages to suit your needs and dreams. Visit: Nepal Trekking Packages
  • Expertly crafted itineraries: We’ve meticulously planned our tours to ensure you experience the best of Nepal. You won’t waste time figuring out what to do next, as we’ve included must-see sights, exciting activities, and hidden gems all along the way.
  • Local knowledge with a personal touch: Our passionate guides are not just experts in Nepal, they’re also friendly faces who will share their love for the country and its culture. They’ll ensure you have a safe, enjoyable, and truly immersive experience.
  • Hassle-free travel: We take care of the logistics, so you can relax and enjoy the journey. From airport transfers and comfortable accommodations to permits and activity arrangements, we’ve got you covered.

What Covered In Package Trip To Nepal?

We offer you activities like sightseeing of natural beauty which have magnificent importance in the culture, art and tradition of different religion.

You can do thrilling activities like such as Bungee jumping, Whitewater rafting, Paragliding along other adventurous sports, which is included in Nepal Travel Packages.

Explore Nepal with a Perfect Package Trip To Nepal

We also have beautiful scenery, wildlife jungle safari, tradition and culture with many different Hindu temples and ancient Buddhist monasteries and stupas to view the cultures of people.

Nepal Tour Package From Kathmandu

We can start out from journey from capital city Kathmandu tourist area in Kathmandu and busiest market, Newari culture and ancient city of Kathmandu we can find different people who believe in different religion.

We can also do paragliding in Pokhara which is more adventurous to feel like flying in the high sky like eagle and the fresh breeze we can gain.

In Pokhara we can also do boating in Phewa lake.

In Nepal Tour Package, you can find beautiful scenery wee you can also visit the nearest place of Tibetan and trading way of Tibetan and other activities of their many more Buddhist monasteries we can visit in Himalaya the gate way of Annapurna.

With Our Nepal 7 Days Tour Package, You can visit Kathmandu and Lumbini tour at an affordable price.

You can do adventure activities like jungle safari in National park and deep jungle drive.

Ready to Start Planning Your Dream Nepal Trip?

Browse our selection of package trip to Nepal and find the one that speaks to your soul.

Want something a little different? No problem!

We can also customize a tour based on your specific interests and preferences.

Contact us today and let’s create your unforgettable adventure in Nepal!

World Heritage Sites Tour

Nepal is the only country in the world with top 10 UNESCO World Heritage sites. Nepal Tour Guide’s World Heritage Sites tour is specially designed for you to see and explore all the UNESCO World Heritage sites in Nepal. There are 8 cultural and 2 natural world heritage sites in total, one of the more famous one being Lumbini, the birth place of Lord Buddha. Other important heritage sites are the Changunarayan Temple of Bhaktapur, Chitwan National Park, and Sagarmatha National Park among others.

Visit Lumbini

Apart from Kathmandu, Lumbini is another city with the largest number of world heritage sites. Sites like Maya Devi Temple, Ashoka Pillar, sacred garden etc. have rich history that date back hundreds of years. Located roughly more than 285 km west of Kathmandu, Lumbini is the birthplace of Siddharta Gaumtam, better known as the Buddha. Ever since Buddha’s teachings spread across the world, this place has been teaming with monastic complexes and pilgrims.

Chitwan National Park

Another world popular destination around this region is the Chitwan National Park where you can take exotic jungle safari in. Chitwan National Park offers you an opportunity to ride on an elephant and takes you near to wild animals, such as one – horned rhino, Royal Bengal Tiger, langur monkeys, wild boar, sloth, jungle cats, pythons, crocodiles, deer, etc. The various species of animals along with marshlands make Chitwan one of the top national parks in the world.

Explore the serene of Pokhara

And thriving as the most popular tourist destination of Nepal is Pokhara- a trekking gateway for the adventure lovers. With spectacular 360 degrees mountain view, adventure activities like white water rafting, kayaking, bungee jumping, etc, and food choices to satisfy every travellers palette, Pokhara ticks all the right boxes for travellers looking for a bit of everything.

Sagarmatha National Park is another natural heritage site in Nepal that is the home of the world’s highest Mountain peak Mount Everest as well as hundreds of other peaks that belong to the ‘8000 and above range of mountains.

Tansen – The historical site

The historic trading hub Tansen is second to none when it comes to giving you experiences of grandeur with every corner steeped in nostalgia. Medieval hill stations such as  Nagarkot, Dhulikhel and Daman are perfect getaways from the summer heat, if there ever was one. Adding to this overwhelming list of world heritage sites are the world famous Pashupatinath temple, Boudhanath Stupa and Swayambhunath (Monkey Temple) Stupa, all located in the heart of Kathmandu city.

Overall, every part of Nepal is welcoming and it’s heritage reflects the country’s status and immeasurable diversity that has been brought to its soil. Every corner of the cities embodies the spirit of the kings, priests and artists who have helped shape this ever evolving country. A sense of wonder and awe shapes the Nepalese life at every moment. The numerous rituals and culture are rooted in a deep sense of pride in all that is Nepali. Nepal Tour Guide has specially designed an exclusive itinerary to those who wish to take in all that Nepal has to offer and relish in the delight to their heart’s content.

Kathmandu Lumbini Tour

Explore the Birthplace of Gautam Buddha on Kathmandu Lumbini Tour At Nepal 7 Days Tour Package

Kathmandu Lumbini Tour

A Historical Delight (Included In Our Nepal 7 Days Tour Package)

Situated in southern Nepal close to the Indian border, Lumbini is a historical delight for travellers.

Surrounded by more than 100 ancient monuments, temples, international monasteries, and the likes, Lumbini is an open museum.

Listed as a World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 1997, Lumbini became one of many core pilgrimage sites after the teachings of Buddha spread all over the globe. 

As part of your unforgettable Nepal 7 Days Tour Package, immerse yourself in the rich tapestry of Buddhist heritage.

Diverse Buddhist Heritage

You can visit over 30 Buddhist monasteries built by countries from around the world like China, Japan, Sri Lanka, Myanmar, Germany, France etc.

Each monasteries have their own unique architecture to showcase and this gives you the chance to admire the diverse international heritage at one single  place.

These establishments organise religious and spiritual programs throughout the year so you have a greater chance of immersing yourself in any of the Buddhist traditions.

Soak up the peaceful atmosphere and above all  visit the Maya Devi Temple which dates back to more than 2,200 years.

Birthplace of Buddha

This temple marks the exact spot where Queen Maya Devi, feeling the onset of labor pains, grabbed hold of the branches of a shade tree and gave birth to Siddharta Gautama in around 563 BC.

Standing adjacent to the temple lies a sacred pool and a garden, both of which are significant to the life of Gautam Buddha.

Sacred Sites

The Sacred garden is said to have been known as a beautiful garden in the Buddha’s time and still retains its legendary charm and beauty.

✔ The gardens are just a short walk or rickshaw ride away from the main road.

✔ Stepping into the garden you’ll find the Ashoka Pillars that commemorate Ashoka’s visit around the year 249 BC, the year he converted to Buddhism.

The inscriptions on these pillars are said to be the oldest  inscription found in Nepal. The interesting saga behind the monument and its spiritual significance make the Ashokan Pillar a must-visit site for history, religious and architectural enthusiasts included in your Nepal 7 Days Tour Package.

The inscriptions on these pillars are said to be the oldest  inscription found in Nepal which we have included in our Nepal 7 Days Tour Package.

Explore the Sacred Garden, said to have been a breathtaking oasis in Buddha’s time. Take a moment to soak in its serenity, just a short walk or rickshaw ride away from the main road on your Nepal tour package or Nepal travel packages.

  • The sacred pond, on the other hand is known to have existed before Siddhartha Gautam.
  • This pond is where the infant prince is said to have been given his purification bath. The pond also used to be the royal bath spot of Queen Maya Devi.
  • Located outside the main temple compound yet easily accessible by rickshaw, lies the gleaming-white World Peace Pagoda constructed by Japanese Buddhists.

This pagoda is the counterpart to the Flame of Peace monument in Okinawa, Japan, and is a symbol of tranquility.

Spreading over an area of 6 km square around the World Peace Pagoda are the wetlands which has now become a popular crane sanctuary.

A Journey Through Time Through Our Nepal 7 Days Tour Package

You could stand a good chance of seeing rare cranes stalking through the fields, as well as the large blue bulls.

Following the path of the tower and making your way on top will give you some excellent views over the wetlands.

Now a laid-back town in western Nepal, Lumbini was once part of the ancient Koliya Kingdom, founded by Shakya dynasty during the late Vedic period.

It’s closed culture guides you into quiet, reflective moments you rarely get when you travel.

Consider including it in your personalized package trip to nepal!

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Walk shoulder to shoulder with locals and tourists, and what you will hear, smell, taste will be nothing less than simple devotion lingering from ancient times.

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Kathmandu Valley Tour

Nepal Tour Guide’s Kathmandu Valley Tour takes you to the prehistoric sites in three districts, namely Kathmandu, Bhaktapur and Lalitpur. This tour not only showcases the rich culture of the Nepalese people but also takes you back in time through it’s architectural and cultural wonders. It is because of this reason that Kathmandu, Lalitpur and Bhatapur are declared as UNESCO World Heritage Sites.

On the first day, you will visit four places in Kathmandu namely Kathmandu Durbar Square, Pashupatinath, Boudhanath and Swayambhunath temples. These sites hold tremendous religious and cultural importance to the Nepalese people and showcase Nepalese art and architecture at its best. The Durbar Squares are social and cultural focal point of the city and all the major social ceremonies are performed here. The architecture in the squares is typical of the Malla Dynasty that ruled over Kathmandu districts from the 12th to the 18th century.

Swayambhunath Stupa aka Monkey Temple

You also visit the Swayambhunath Temple on this day. The temple is lovingly known as the Monkey Temples by foreign travellers because of the large monkey population living in the area. The temple rests atop a hill and legend has it that, about 2,000 years ago, the temple rose out of a lotus flower blooming in the middle of a primordial lake that once spread across the entire Kathmandu valley. The Swayambhunath temple has an intriguing mix of both Hindu and Buddhist shrines. And its majestic white dome and glittering golden spire is visible from miles around the valley.

Pashupatinath Temple

Another World Heritage site of tremendous importance, not just for the Nepalese but also for the Hindus worldwide, is the Pashupatinath Temple. This is one of the main temples of Lord Shiva. Hindu cremation ceremonies take place here on a large scale. Foreigners may find these sites alien but it is hard not to get a profound sense of life and death watching an amalgamation of death ceremonies, devotional songs, rituals and festivities all happening at the same place at the same time. Since the main Lord Shiva temple is very sacred, only Hindus are allowed to enter the vicinity, but foreigners can respectfully observe all the proceedings from the opposite side of the river banks.

Boudhanath Stupa

The Boudhanath Temple or Stupa is one of the largest you will find in South Asia. It was built on an ancient trade route to Tibet by Tibetan merchants and even to this day, sees large inflow of Tibetan refugees. There are numerous tibetan monasteries built around the area, the main stupa on the other hand, is built in a Nepali Buddhist style architecture, similar to that of the Monkey Temple. Here in Bouddha, the town named after the stupa, one gets to experience an amalgamation of both Nepali and Tibetan art and culture.

Patan Durbar Square

Nepal Tour Guide’s second day takes you to the durbar squares of Patan and Bhaktapur. Patan Durbar Square that lies to the south-east of Kathmandu is considered to be the oldest among the three cities of the valley. Patan, or it’s older more traditional name Lalitpur is the ‘City of Arts’. The reason behind the name will be apparent once you visit this thriving city. The Patan Durbar Square has many historic temples and buildings from Krishna Mandir to Bhimsen Temple, to Taleju Bhawani Temple to the Golden Temple (Rat Temple), located just north of the square. 

Bhaktapur Durbar Square

You then head about 13km east to Bhaktapur Durbar Square. Bhaktapur means the ‘City of Devotees’ and you can experience festivals and ceremonies here that are not found anywhere else in Nepal. During city sightseeing in Bhaktapur Durbar Square, you can experience the collection of pagoda style temples, the 55-window palace of brick and wood being the one of the more famous one.The city has one of the best preserved cultures dating back even to the 8th century A.D. Sites like Taumadhi square, Dattatreya square, National Art Museum, and Nyatapole Temple, among others, sets it apart from Patan and Kathmandu Durbar Squares. 

The 2015 mega-earthquake that hit Nepal saw the loss of the majority of the ancient and cultural treasures in Bhaktapur but the locals residents have residents have remained resilient and have even set an example to rebuild the national heritage through a community-led rebuilding initiative. This private tour guide will take you along an intimate, time travelling experience where you soak in every stories and legends behind the ancient valley.

Nepal Tourism Activities