Kathmandu is a beautiful bowl-shaped valley covered by green hills. It is the capital city of Nepal which is situated in central Nepal. More than a 2.5million of the population lives and the city has an altitude of 1,400m above sea level. The city is popular for the temple and is also known as the city of temples. Before it was ruled by Newars before unification. It has been home to a new and also rich culture and termed as ‘Nepal Mandala’. The city's famous sites are Pashupatinath Temple, Bouddhanath Stupa, and five other world heritage sites. In this package, we also travel to Bhaktapur, Lalitpur, and Kirtipur.
Bhaktapur is the smallest district of Nepal which is also known as Khwopa, both of them mean ‘City of Devotees’. The city is located in the eastern corner of Kathmandu Valley. But long ago this city was the capital of Nepal during the great Malla Kingdom with a majority population than two other districts Patan and Kathmandu. The most visited site of this city is Changunarayan, Bhaktapur Durbar Square, and many UNESCO world heritage sites. During the Kingdom of Malla Durbar Square use to be the Palace of the King. Bhaktapur Durbar Square is one of the most preserved sites to visit with ancient buildings and substances. Bhaktapur is famous for its rich culture, temples, woods, metals, and stone arts.
Patan is one of the largest cities in Nepal located across the Bagmati River and also known as Lalitpur. The name was derived from Sanskrit name ‘Lalittapattan’ which means ‘bowing towards you. The city is fully covered by temples you can see the majority of temples in this City. Before unification, this city was an individual country ruled by Malla and known as Newar country. This city reflects the newar culture and tradition and they have been preserving them. This city is famous for Jewellery, Buddha Statues, and traditional masks. The most popular site of this city is Patan Durbar Square which is also known as Lalitpur Durbar Square and its territory is full of Hindu temples, before the unification this place used to be the palace of Lalitpur Kingdom by Malla Kings.
Kirtipur is an ancient Newar city that was ruled by the great kingdom of Lalitpur. The city has situated southeast of Kathmandu Valley. The name of this city was derived from the Sanskrit word ‘Kirti’ and ‘Pur’ which means ‘Glory’ and ‘city’. The city was listed as UNESCO tentative site in 2008. Visitors visit this city due to its natural beauty and the ancient monuments used from long ago. It is one of the most famous sites in the valley to visit. The most visited site of this city is Bagh Bhairab, Chi Lancho Stupa, Uma Maheshwar, Nagar Mandap Shri Kirti Bihar, and many more. This city reflects the ancient lifestyle
Nepal is full of varieties of people, languages, cultures, and traditions. There are altogether 103 castes and ethnic groups of people. Nepal is rich in historical religious heritages, cultures, languages, traditions, festivals, and natural beauty. All of our trips are led by qualified professional guides who are well-trained by Nepal Government. Our responsibility is to ensure your comfort and safety as we take your holiday. In this regard, we work honestly and effectively to provide you with the experience that suits your interest. We encourage you to question us freely and contribute to the planning stages of your adventure in the trekking period.