After your breakfast we will start a guided tour to the most historical and spiritual attractions in Kathmandu valley, including Pashupatinath Temple, Kathmandu Durbar Square, Swayambunath (Monkey Temple) and Buddha Nath.
Pasupatinath is the sanctuary of Lord Shiva, with two layered resplendent top and four silver entryways arranged five kilometer east of Kathmandu at the bank of Bagmati waterway. This is, no doubt a blessed place of journey pulls in a huge number of Hindu travelers consistently in spring.
Boudhanath Stupa is extraordinary Stupa is one of Nepal's most notable landmarks and a standout amongst the most paramount Buddhist locales in Nepal. It is a specific center for Kathmandu's Tibetan neighborhood and for the duration of the day there is a steady stream of individuals orbiting the Stupa turning request to God wheels and presenting mantras.
Swayambhunath Temple is a Buddhist site of extraordinary antiquity. Statues of different Buddhist divinities are inserted around its white arch over which ascents an overlaid tower. It is acknowledged 2,000 years of age, is one of the holiest places for Buddhists.
Kathmandu Durbar Square:
Kathmandu Durbar Square is a standout amongst the hugest Places, which recorded in UNESCO World Heritage. It comprises of a gigantic regal square incorporating mixed bag of sanctuaries that were made in fifteenth century, committed to distinctive Hindu divine beings and goddesses. It is otherwise called Hanumandhoka Palace Square named after the monkey god, Hanuman.