Nepal Tour Package (Deluxe)

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Price Include : , 6 Sightseeing, Only Breakfast, Airport Transfers, Guided Tours
Day 1

DELHI – KATHANDU

Board your flight from Delhi to Kathmandu at Hrs. On arrival, meet & greet our representative at airport and then you will be directly transferred to Hotel. After check in, rest of the day is free for leisure. Comfortably stay overnight at the hotel

Day 2

KATHMANDU (B)

Have your breakfast at the hotel. After breakfast, you will be going to enjoy Half day City Tour. Visit Pashupatinath Temple and Boudhanath Stupa or you have an option of exploring Thamel, a major shopping hub (on your own). Comfortably stay overnight at the hotel.

SIGHTSEEING : Pashupatinath Temple

Pashupatinath is the largest temple complex in Nepal stretches on both sides of the Bagmati River which is considered holy by Hindus.This Temple is dedicated to Lord Shiva which is the fourth most important religious sites in Asia for devotees of Shiva.The temple has a gilded roof four sides covered in silver and wood carvings of the finest quality. Pashupatinath is also one of the very few living cultural heritage sites in the world.It is the centre of energy with active participation of people all times of the day every day. The big Maha Shivaratri festival in spring attracts hundreds of thousands of devotees from within Nepal and from India.

SIGHTSEEING : Boudhanath Stupa

Boudhanath Stupa is the largest stupa in Nepal situated in the north side of Pashupatinath Temple. Its the holiest Tibetan Buddhist temple outside Tibet signifying rich in Buddhist symbolism.

Day 3

KATHMANDU (B)

Have your breakfast at the hotel. After breakfast, you will be going to visit Patan Durbar Square and Swayambhunath Stupa, where we need to climb 360 stone steps to reach the top. After that, visit Budhanilkantha Temple. Comfortably stay overnight at the hotel.

SIGHTSEEING : Kathmandu Durbar Square

The Kathmandu Durbar Square is also known as Hanuman Dhoka.The outer complexof Durbar Square is renowned for many interesting temples as Kumari Ghar Kasthamandap Shiv-Parbati Temple Jagannath Temple Big Bell etc while the inner complex comprises the old palace area Hanuman-dhoka and its courtyards as Nasal Choke Mul Choke Sundari Choke Basantapur Durbar and other. Besides the magnificent temples and shrines.Kathmandu Durbar Square never fails to impress first time visitors with its intricate wood carvings and rich history.

SIGHTSEEING : Swayambhunath

Swayambhunath is the most ancient of all the holy shrines located at the hilltop in Kathmandu valley.Its glittering golden spire are visible for many miles and from all sides of the valley.This sacred pilgrimage site is also home to hundreds of monkeys considered holy to Tibetan Buddhists and Hindus. Swayambhunath is a fascinating jumble of Buddhist and Hindu iconography.The 2015 earthquake failed to tumble Kathmandus best loved temple though a couple of outlying buildings crumbled in the earthquake.

SIGHTSEEING : Budhanilkantha Temple

Budhanilkantha temple, also known as the Narayanthan Temple, is situated in Kathmandu. Though the temple is named Budhanilkantha, its name does not come from the Buddha Budhanilkantha stands instead for “Old Blue Throat”. The statue symbolizes Lord Vishnu, who is regarded as one of the 'Trimurtis', along with Brahma and Shiva.The main statue is a black stone structure carved from a single block of black basalt. The statue stands 5 meters tall (around 16.4 feet) and is positioned in the middle of a recessed pool of water, which is 13 meters (42.65 feet) long. It depicts the deity reclining on the coils of the cosmic serpent Shesha. He holds the Sudarshana Chakra, Club, a Conch Shell and a gem in his four hands. He is well adorned with a crown engraved with multiple Kirtimukha images which can often be seen being overlapped by a silver crown. This temple is regarded as a sacred place for Hindus but equally well venerated by Buddhists which is an excellent example of religious harmony in Nepal.According to one story, a farmer and his wife once struck a figure while plowing the field, which caused it to start soaking blood into the ground. This turned out to be the figure of the lost deity of Budhanilkantha, which was recovered and placed in its present position.Another legend states that the statue was sculpted and brought to its current location in Kathmandu during the reign of the seventh-century monarch Vishnu Gupta, who controlled the Kathmandu Valley under the Lichchhavi king Bhimarjuna Dev.It was suggested for many years that the statue floats in the pool. Indeed, limited access to scientific rigour in 1957 failed to confirm or refute the claim but a small chip of the statue did confirm it to be silica-based stone but with a remarkably low density similar to lava rock.The Floating statue continues to fascinate and the number of subsequent requests for access to study its physical nature have been declined.

Day 4

KATHMANDU (B)

Have your breakfast at the hotel. After breakfast, you will be going to visit Manakamana Temple, the holy goddess of Aspirations or Devi of all wishes. You can reach the temple by taking the cable car ride on direct payment basis. Comfortably stay overnight at the hotel.

SIGHTSEEING : Manakamana Temple

The Manakamana temple lies 12 km south of the town Gorkha.The temple is located on a distinguished ridge 1,302 metres (4,272 ft) above sea level and overlooks the river valleys of Trisuli in the south and Marsyangdi in the west. The Manaslu- Himachali and Annapurna ranges can be viewed to the north of the temple. The temple is approximately a 140 kilometres (87 mi) from Kathmandu and can also be reached via bus east from Pokhara in around three to four hours.The legend of Manakamana Goddess dates back to the reign of the Gorkha king Ram Shah during the 17th century. It is said that his queen possessed divine powers, which only her devotee Lakhan Thapa knew about. One day, the king witnessed his queen in Goddess incarnation, and Lakhan Thapa in the form of a lion. Upon mentioning the revelation to his queen, a mysterious death befell the king. As per the custom of that time, the queen committed Sati (ritual immolation) on her husband's funeral pyre. Before her sati the queen had assured Lakhan Thapa that she would reappear in the near future. Six months later, a farmer while ploughing his fields cleaved a stone. From the stone he saw a stream of blood and milk flow. When Lakhan heard an account of this event, he immediately started performing Hindu tantric rituals at the site where the stone had been discovered thus ceasing the flow of blood and milk. The site became the foundation of the present shrine. According to tradition, the priest at the temple must be a descendant of Lakhan Thapa.

Day 5

KATHMANDU – DELHI (B)

Have your breakfast at the hotel. After breakfast, check out from the hotel and then you will be directly transferred to airport to board your flight from Kathmandu to Delhi at Hrs. reach Delhi at Hrs.

Day 1

Day 2

  • Kathmandu
  • SightSeeing
    Pashupatinath Temple (Sightseeing)
    ( INCLUDED)
  • SightSeeing
    Boudhanath Stupa (Sightseeing)
    ( INCLUDED)

Day 3

  • Kathmandu
  • SightSeeing
    Kathmandu Durbar Square (Sightseeing)
    ( INCLUDED)
  • SightSeeing
    Swayambhunath (Sightseeing)
    ( INCLUDED)
  • SightSeeing
    Budhanilkantha Temple (Sightseeing)
    ( INCLUDED)

Day 4

  • Kathmandu
  • SightSeeing
    Manakamana Temple (Sightseeing)
    ( INCLUDED)

Day 5

  • Checkout from the hotel. Package ends on this day!
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