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Kathmandu Valley

Few places on earth can rival the Kathamndu Valley’s combination of natural and man-made beauty. Despite the capital’s encroachments, the fertile, terraced valley maintains its traditional, rural ways in a hundred huddled brick villages, few of which ever see foreigners; most of the valley floor shimmers in an undulating patchwork of paddy fields – brown, golden or brilliant green, depending on the season – crisscrossed by rutted paths and country lanes. Viewed from any point along its rim, with snowy peaks behind, it seems almost magically preserved. But above all it’s the valley’s incrediable wealth of art and architecture that overwhelms visitors, just as it did the early explorers. “The valley consists of as many temples as there are houses and as many as idols as there are men”, gushed William Kirkpatrick whose accounts has been some of the unique assets in the Nepalese history, the first Englishman to arrive Kathmandu and generations of travellers since have accurately descrived  it as a ‘Living Museum’.

Tour to this valley will be devoted to the temples and holy sites, because its religion is the best and most fascenating window on nepalese culture.  

Valley’s Hindu holy places abound: the great pilgrimage complex of Pashupatinath, the sleeping Vishnu of Budhanilakantha, the sacrificial pit of Dakshin Kali and the hilltop temple of Changu Narayan are the most outstanding. Swyambhunath Stupa, Bopudhanath Stupa, Bahals in Patan are Buddhists holy attractions in the valley. For medieval scenes, Kritipur, Bungamati and Bhaktapur are best of all. And for views in the valley Shivapuri, Rani Ban and Godawari stand out, but almost any hill will do.  

We organize a professional guided city tour to coup – out every single piece and things of your interests. We have a package of two full days or 4 half days to visit to most of the above places.






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