Kathmandu Valley Tour ( Patan, bhaktpur, Ktm Darbar sqr ) (One day tour )

Kathmandu Valley Tour is delightful, historical and fascinating tour expeditions where travelers will encounter some of the most anticipated places adored by locals and these places are the antique heritage of capital city. The Kathmandu Valley Tour takes us to the three antique and ancient royal residences of capital city of Nepal which are famous for its antiqueness and beauty. The travelers will be impressed by artistic and elegant crafts, houses, buildings, royal junctions, royal residences which are important due to its beauty and antiqueness. These three destinations are Kathmandu Durbar Square, Patan Durbar Square and Bhaktapur Durbar Square which are the capital city of ancient Malla City when the capital of Nepal was divided in to three cities among the three sons of the last Malla King.



Kathmandu Valley Tour is intended for the travelers who want to see the ‘City of Temple.’ This is a simple and best sightseeing tour for travelers who are looking for a fabulous visit around the Capital of Himalayan Kingdom. Kathmandu Valley Sightseeing tour takes travelers to popular UNESCO World Heritage Sites in Kathmandu which incorporates famous Kathmandu Durbar Square along with Kumari Ghar, home of Living Goddess of Kathmandu, Soyambhunath, Pashupatinath, Boudhanath.


Patan-nepalPatan Durbar Square (UNESCO Heritage site), one of the old capitals of the Lalitpur valley, is an amalgamation of Hindu and Buddhist sanctuaries, stupas and statues, and is frequently the site of celebrations, relational unions and different services.  A lot of crafts and fortunes of 16th century can be found in the new Patan Museum. Travelers can additionally visit the Tibetan Refugee Camp to observe the refugee life to Tibetan people who are outcast from their country.


BhaktpurThen travelers can visit other UNESCO World Heritage Sites of Bhaktapur Durbarsquare which is otherwise called Bhadgaon or Khwopa. Bhaktapur encapsulates antiquated Newari town with a history connected to the present day Nepal that incorporates the ancient Malla city in the east corner of the Kathmandu Valley. Then the travelers will be taken to Patan Durbar Square the city of expressions and crafts modeling established in AD 250 and known for its fine works in wood, stone, gold, bronze, silver and copper.