Antique Nepal treks offers private day tours depending on your interests into ancient, historical, religious, adventurous and commercial places. Mainly day tours include the main attractions of Kathmandu Valley. Nepal has a lot of historical places with its own attractions and they are listed in world heritage sites. A diverse culture and different history of each place definitely learns you something interesting in your life. Kathmandu Durbar Square, Swyambunath, Boudhanath, Bhaktapur Durbar Square and Patan Durbar Square are the major day tours spot in Kathmandu.
Bhaktapur Durbar Square (4-5hrs)
Among the three popular durbars square Bhaktapur is one of the historical Durbar Square of Nepal which lies in 13 km east from Kathmandu. It is listed in UNESCO world heritage sites. Ancient architecture and pagoda types of temples add the attraction of Bhaktapur Durbar Square. It is also known as the one of the old town of Kathmandu. Mainly Durbar Square exist the 55 windows palace of unique wood carving and many Hindus temples. It has also got Poetry square where we can see the traditional way of making clay pots. Apart from this you have an opportunity to explore with Newari culture, their tradition and daily life of Newari people. Our experienced city guide will explain you more about the history and different aspects of Bhaktapur during your day trip
Patan Durbar square (2-3hrs)
Patan Durbar square is another Durbar among the three Durbar Squares of Kathmandu which are listed under the world heritage site of UNSECO. It is famous for the traditional carvings, Hindus temples and Buddhist monuments. It is believed that Malla Kings established the palace in 16 to 17 senturary. Another interesting part of Patan Durbar Square is that there are both Hindus and Buddhist temples. The famous emperor Asoka had built the four stupas around the Patan Durbar square. It is also said that Patan Durbar Museum is consider as one of the best museum in Asia where you can see bronze statues and religious objects.
Kathmandu Durbar Square (2-3hrs)
It is one of the Durbar Square among the three Durbar Square of Kathmandu which is listed in UNESCO world heritage sites. More or less all the Durbar squares are quite similar in terms of unique carving. It is one of the ancient place of Kathmandu where the Mallas and Shah Kings used to lived. Kumari known as the living goddess adds the attraction of this square. It is not as popular as Bhaktapur and Patan Durbar Square in terms of unique wooden carving. It is the nearest Durbar Square of Kathmandu so for those people who have less time and want to see the historical place for them it is suitable.
Pashupatinath Temple is one of the biggest Hindus temple in the world which is listed in USNESCO site. The temple is dedicated to Lord Shiva who is known as the creator of human beings. It is very sacred place for Hindus people. The main temple is in Pagoda style. Many ashram and temples exists around its premises. Only Hindus people are allowed to go inside the temple however any nationality citizens can visit around its premises. On the side of the temple there is a cremation place on the bank of Bagmati river which is known as the holiest river of Nepal where the dead body of Hindus are burnt. Pashupati means also the god of all living animals.
Antique Nepal Treks Pvt. ltd.
Thamel, Kathmandu, Nepal
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