Upon arrival, you will be met by our representative and transferred to the hotel. After a short rest by visiting the 2000 years old swoyambhunath stupa, some times also known as the monkey temple .The temple charms with its great dazzling stupa, while at the same time offers a marvelous view of Kathmandu Valley. Next destination is Patan, the oldest and second largest of the three cities in Kathmandu valley. Patan likes to recall its old name LALITPUR (city of beauty). Above all, it remains a proud city of artisans; Patan produces nearly all Nepal’s fine metal work. Enroute, stop at a Tibetan carpet factory where you can see the spinning, dyeing and weaving of Tibetan carpets .Drive back to hotel.
Day 02. Kathmandu – Nagarkot
After breakfast drive to famous durbar square of Kathmandu dominated by Shiva temple where the “Living Goddess” overlooks the square from the south. The square itself is squeezed by the palace into two parts: at the southern end is the Kasthamandap, the ancient building that probably gave Kathmandu its name. After this we will proceed to Nagarkot which is at a height of 2300 m above sea level. Its commands a classic panorama of the Himalayan ranges. You can see from here many major peaks of the Himalayas, like Langtang, Langtang-lirung, Chobha bhamre, Amadablam, Dorje Lhakpa, Gaurishankar and many peaks of the Himalaya, including Mt. Everset on a clear day. From here you can catch excellent view of sunset and sunrise.
Day 03. Nagarkot – Kathmandu
Wake up early morning to catch the sunrise and beautiful view of Himalayan panorama. Clients can wish to go to see the beautiful sights of the village of Nagarkot for little time. Upon arrival, transfer by private car or coach. Sightseeing tour of the most important sites.
Bhaktapur the city of devotees. It is known as the city of devotees while strolling the narrow streets and along the ancient squares. You can feel the experience of being back to 17 th century. Bhaktapur’s Royal palace is very famous for golden gate and 55 windows palace, Pashupatinath mandir, Batsla Durga, Taleju bell, plus the national art gallery. While the golden gate (Sun gate) probably would not be so famous if it were made of wood or stone. It is in fact, made of brass, its detail and sheer exuberance raise it to the level of a master piece. After Sightseeing, we will proceed to Nagarkot at 2300 m above sea level. Its commands a classic panorama of the Himalayan ranges. You can see from here many major peaks of the Himalayas, like Langtang, langtang-lirung, Chobha bhamre, Amadablam, Dorje Lhakpa, Gaurishankar and many peaks of the Himalaya, including Mt. Everest on a clear day. From here you can catch excellent view of sunset and sunrise. Then drive back to Kathmandu.
Day 04. Kathmandu-Departure home
Departure – Transfer to airport for your flight back home with lots of memories.