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Cultural Heritage Tour

Trip name : Cultural Heritage Tour
Places Covers : Kathmandu, Chitwan, Pokhara & Bhaktapur
Duration : 10 Days
Transportation : By Private Vehicle
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It is believed that around 2500 years ago Kathmandu valley used to be a great lake. Manjushree a follower of Buddha drained the water out of the valley with his magical sword from the place called Chovar. Kathmandu also known as Kantipur (City of glory) is said to be designed like Khadga (Sword) by King Gunakamdeva around 725 AD, devotee of goddess Kali. The name remains up until 16th century. We will be able to see palaces, temples, stupas and many more during our visit. The temple of Mahendrashwor Mahadev 1562 AD, and Taleju Bhavani Temple 1564 AD by King Mahendra Malla, stone inscription of different languages, statue of Hanuman (monkey god) in front of Palace, Basantapur Durbar ( nine storey palace) constructed by King Prithivi Narayan Shah after the unification of small states into a greater Nepal in the year 1770, Jaganath Temple with erotic carvings, also known as love temple, Big Bell 1797 by King Rana Bahadur Shah, statue of KalBhairav found in Nagarjun forest in the 16th century, White Bhairava opens only during the festival of Dashain, Shiva Parvati Temple by Rana Bahadur Shah, Gaddi Baithak 1908 AD, Kumari Ghar didicated to the living goddess Kumari 1757 AD said to the incarnation of Taleju Bhavani Royal deity of Malla kings by King Jaya Prakash Malla, 12th century Kasthamandap also known as Maru Sattal said to be built by a single tree, and Freak street or hippie street are major highlights of Kathmandu Durbar Square


Pashupatinath is a famous, sacred Hindu temple dedicated to Lord Shiva and is located on the banks of the Bagmati River 5 kilometers east of Kathmandu Valley. This temple is considered one of the sacred temples of Hindu faith. This holy place is listed in UNESCO World Heritage Sites since 1979 AD. It was believed to be in existence since 400 B.C. constructed by Lichchhavi King Supuspa Deva mentioned in stone inscription erected by King Jayadeva 11 in the courtyard of Pashupatinath in 753 AD and being renovated by and modified by different kings. The head priest are Bhattas (Vedic Dravida Brahmin Scholars) appointed by Adi Guru Shankaracharya. Bhandari are the treasurers, temple caretakers, and assistant priest of the temple. A lot of devotees visit Pashupatinath on Monday since it is called the day of worshipping Shiva but people worship Pashupatinath every day. We can see a lot of monkeys in the premises and deer on the deer park. The most important festival is the Maha Shiva Ratri (Great Shiva Night) on the month of February and Teej (Nepalese women fasting festival for long life of their husband) falls in late August or early September. The major highlights of Pashupatinath are cremations on the bank of Bagmati River performed every day, Deer park (where Lord Shiva used to be an antelope), Ram Mandir, evening Ganga arati (Three Priests perform this worshipping (Arati) on the bank of holy Bagmati River taking oil lamps and moving them in circular motion and dedicating their act to God. Songs with religious theme are sung by devotees during the spectacular worshipping (Aarati) every evening at 6 pm.), Ananta Narayan, Kali, Dome style Laxmi Narayan Temple, residence of holy Hindu monks popularly known as Sadhus, School of Vedic rituals and so on.

Bhaktapur Durbar (Palace) Square

Bhaktapur is a city of devotees. During the Lichchhavi period in about 3rd century, it used to be a prosperous village known by the name of Khowpring or Khowpo or even as Badagaun in Newari Language. The city was originally designed like a conch shell in the 12th century by King Ananda Dev. It lies 13 km east of the Kathmandu and 1400 meters above sea level. Lifestyle in Bhaktapur is different than that of Kathmandu with unusual cultural and religious heritage sites. It is known as the cultural capital of Nepal and enlisted in the UNESCO WORLD HERITAGE SITE since 1979. Master piece of 17th century Medieval art and architectures are well preserved and renovated exactly as they were.

Detail Itinerary

Day1: Arrival
We welcome you from Tribhuvan International Airport (TIA) in Kathmandu. After a 20-minute drive (5.9 km) we arrive at your hotel in Thamel. Thamel is the accommodation and shopping center considering the needs of guests and guests. After a rest, welcome dinner (traditional Nepalese cuisine) and a briefing of the tour programs. Dinner included.

Day 2:Trip to Kathmandu
After having breakfast early in the morning, we're going to visit the UNESCO Wold Heritage Site in the Kathmandu valley. We visit the Famous Hindu Temple, Pashupatinath and Bouddhanath Stupa in the north-east of Kathmandu Valley. Visit the Swayambhunath Temple, the monkey temple on the hill at the western foot of Kathmandu, and watch the whole city look from the top of the birds. The Durbar Square in Kathmandu, which is listed in the UNESCO World Heritage Site built during the Maldina Dynasty, exhibits the finest sections of wood carvings and arts. We discover typical Newari culture and cuisine.
Accommodation and breakfast included.

Day 3:Transfer from Kathmandu to Chitwan
We will wake up early in the morning to move from Kathmandu to Chitwan. You will witness very interesting cultures by watching your surroundings on our journey which will take about 5-6 hours. After arriving at Chitwan, he will be transferred to the hotel and given a program briefing. As scheduled, you will visit Tharu Village and the Elephant Breeding Center. In the evening, we will host a cultural show of local locals in that area.
Accommodation and all meals.

Day 4: Jeep safari and all activities in Chitwan National Park
Today, after breakfast, you will go to the canoe and bird watching behind the river. Our nature guide will take you for a walk through the forest where you can explore the forest. After lunch, you will stroll through the dense jungle to explore rare animals such as Elephant Back safari, Tigers and Rhino. You can also enjoy the Elephant Bath in the park. (EXTRA) This will be a marvelous adventure.
The accommodation included breakfast and dinner.

Day 5: Transfer from Chitwan to Pokhara and transfer to hotel
We're driving from Chitwan to Pokhara. When we're almost halfway through, we'l stop by Bandipur. Bandipur is a living museum of Newari culture. It is a beautifully preserved village crowning the ridge of the Dumre motorway. Covered with traditional Newari houses. While developing the town as a goal, much effort has been made to preserve the magic. Bandipur was originally part of the Magar kingdom of Tanahun, where Palah (Tansen) reigned, but the Newari merchants were flooded by Prithvi Narayan Shah after the conquest of the valley. The city was an important stopping point on the Indian-Tibetan trade route until it was skipped by Prithvi Hwy in the 1960s. After visiting this place and resting a bit, we will continue on to Pokhara again. Once you reach Pokhara, you will be transferred to the Hotel. After some relaxation, you can take a walk along the shore of Lake Phewa. We will take a boat trip to the World Peace Pago with a view of the lake and the mountains.
Accommodation and breakfast included.

Day 6/7: Pokhara Valley
We will start the day very early in the Himalayas to watch the sun rise and move to Sarangot. Soon, we will visit the Bindabasini Temple and the International Mountain Museum. We also visit the famous Davis Cascade and Gupteshwor Cave. We'il go back to the hotel at the end of the day.
Accommodation and breakfast included.

Day 8: Departure from Pokhara to Kathmandu. Overnight stay in Kathmandu
After breakfast, we drive from Pokhara to Kathmandu. We can reach Manakamana with 1308 mt cable car on the way. After Manakamana we will get back to our vehicle and move to Kathmandu. After arriving in Kathmandu we settle in the hotel.
Accommodation and breakfast included.

Day 9: Late breakfast and visit to Bhaktapur
Bhaktapur is a fabulous place. After breakfast, we will arrive at this historic stop with a 1-hour drive. We explore and experience the Newari tradition and lifestyle: Kathmandu, Bhaktapur and Time to Bhaktapur Durbar Square, the smallest and most famous prince of the three valley kingdoms in Nepal. We are here until the evening and again with a 1-hour car ride back to Kathmandu.
Accommodation and breakfast included

Day 10: Trip to the last shopping park and palace in Kathmandu.
After having breakfast in the morning, we will show you to a magnificent park tucked into Kahtmandu and from there to the Kingdom palace which is now used as a museum. Then we will go back to our hotel with your last shopping on the streets of Thamel.
Accommodation and breakfast included.

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