Sightseeing  Tour in Kathmandu

Sightseeing Tour in Kathmandu

 Pashupati Temple

The Pashupatinath Temple is a famous, sacred Hindu temple dedicated to Pashupatinath and is located on the banks of the Bagmati River 5 kilometres north-east of Kathmandu Valley in the eastern city of Kathmandu,the capital of Nepal. Pashupatinath Temple is considered one of the sacred temples of Hindu faith .The temple serves as the seat of the national deity, Lord Pashupatinath.This temple complex is on UNESCO World Heritage Sites's list Since 1979. This "extensive Hindu temple precinct" is a "sprawling collection of temples, ashrams, images and inscriptions raised over the centuries along the banks of the sacred Bagmati river" and is included as one of the seven monument groups in UNESCO's designation of Kathmandu Valley as a cultural heritage site. One of the major Festivals of the temple is Maha Shivaratri on which day over 700,000 devotees visit here.The twelve Jyotirlinga (in India) are the body and the Jyotirlinga at Pashupatinath Temple in Kathmandu (Nepal) is the head over this body. Pashupatinat Temple is one of the 275 Paadal Petra Sthalams (Holy Abodes of Shiva) on the continent. Kotirudra Samhita, Chapter 11 on the Shivalingas of the North, in Shiva Purana mentions this Shivalinga as the bestower of all wishes.

Kathmandu Durbar Square:

 Kathmandu, the city of Temples, you can see Temples, Monastery and Stupa in your every foot steps. According to Old Hindu Text, Kathmandu Valley has been described as the land of gods surrounded by beautiful mountains. Kathmandu Valley is duly recognized as a World Heritage Sites by UNSSCO, Kathmandu Durbar SquareSwayambhunath TempleBuddhanath Stupa and Pasupathinath Temple are the main sites to visit during your sightseeing day tour. Skylark Treks have made one day Kathmandu Valley Day Tour with professional guide and comfort private vehicle.

 First, you will drive to Kathmandu Durbar Square, Kumari House (The only living Goddess in the World). The Goddess Kumari will acknowledge visitors from her balcony window. Some important monuments to been observed here; Taleju Temple (Tallest Temple built by King Mahendra Malla in 1549 A.D.), at the southern end the Kasthamandap (House of Wood) ancients building that probably gave Kathmandu its Name. It is believed that the building was built by one single tree.

 Soyambhu Stupa

A significant temple for both the religions, worshipped with eternal faith and belief be it a buddhist or a hindu it speaks volumes about its harmonious existince for more than 2000 years. As we head towards this marvel by road and once we reach this epic temple of  Swayambhunath (also called Monkey Temple). Due to its exciting elevation, once can get the 360 degreel view of the entire Kathmandu valley and exotic mountain view nestled in the far horizon during clear day from Swayambhunath Height. It is one the most fascinating architectural jewels of the world. With spotless pure jewels of Nirvana and 13 tiered golden spire in the conical shape surmounted on the dome representing thirteen heavens and elaborate canopy. Read More..........

 Bauddha

BUDDHAM SHARANAAM GACHAAMI is the chant that is deep rooted in the soulful minds and hearts of every buddhist follower and look upon this religious Buddhanath Stupa with a certian pedigree of faith and belief. It is one of the largest Stupas in Nepal with a number of monasteries and many,Tibetan artifacts shops. As we drive down and reach this destination, we are able to observe the unique aspects of this Stupa is that it is designed in an Octagonal Mandala design. This Stupa was built in the 5th century by the Licchavi King Man Dev. There are 108 Buddha image and 147 insets of prayer whiles adorn the base of huge circular edifice. 

Bhaktapur

Bhaktapur Durbar Squre. It’s situated in the east corner of the Kathmandu Valley, is an ancient Newari town called Bhaktapur, also known as Bhadgaon. It is located in the Bhaktapur District in the Bagmati Zone. It was once the capital of Nepal during the great Malla Kingdom until the second half of the 15th century; it is also the third largest city in Kathmandu Valley. Bhaktapur is also listed as a World Heritage by UNESCO for its rich culture, temples, wood, metal and stone artwork. The term Bhaktapur refers to The Town of Devotees. It is the home for traditional art and architecture, historical monuments and craft works, magnificent windows, pottery and weaving industries, excellent  temples, beautiful ponds, rich local customs, culture, religion, festivals, and musical mystic and so on. Bhaktapur is still untouched my modernization and is well preserved as an ancient city, which in fact, is itself a world to explore for tourist. From time immemorial it lay on the trade route between Tibet/China and India. This position on the main caravan route made the town rich and prosperous.

 

Kirtipur

Kritipur, Chobhar is one of the papular day tour in Kritipur and Chobhar inside of the Kathmandu valley tour. Kathmandu is the capital city of Nepal. Chovar is located 5km south-west form the main city of tourist hub Thamel. Chobhar gorge and how Manjushree, an ancient saint, cut the mountain with his magical sword, to drain out the water from the Kathmandu Valley which was then just a lake. Our's guide pick up your hotel lobby with a private vehicle and drive to about 40 mins to reach Chobhar. Chobhar, a place for the peace seekers, is where you will surely have a good break from all the smallest and biggest. The village has a superb panoramic view of the whole valley with an astonishing 160 degree view of mountains line-up.According to one of the legends, the Kathmandu valley was a lake surrounded by hills during the Pleistocene era. It is believed that Manjushree, a divine saint from China had come here for a pilgrimage and saw a huge lotus emanating a bright light at the centre of the lake. So she cut a deep gorge allowing the water to drain from the lake because she wanted to observe and worship the lotus. The base of the lake became the present Kathmandu valley and the gorge is called the Chobhar gorge now. Carved out of a hillside, the Chobhar gorge is the only outlet for all the waters of the valley. There is a small but picturesque temple of Adinath on the top of the hill with a magnificent view of the snow-capped peaks. Just beyond the gorge is a temple of the lord Ganesh. The main image of the shrine is a massive rock, naturally carved by rock. and  the Kritipur Village. The major attractions of Kirtipur Village are typical Newari culture and their lifestyle, Chilamchu Stupa and the temple of Bagh Bhairav, Uma Mahehwor Temple. Kirtipur also offers the great view of the Kathmandu valley.After visiting Kritipur, you will be then transferred back to your hotel.

Lalitpur(Patan)

Patan is the third largest city of Nepal after Kathmandu and Pokhara and it is located in the south-central part of Kathmandu Valley. Lalitpur is also known as Manigal. It is best known for its rich cultural heritage, particularly its tradition of arts and crafts. It is called city of festival and feast, fine ancient art, making of metallic and stone carving statue. At the time of the 2011 Nepal census it had a population of 226,728 in 54,748 individual households. The city received extensive damage from an earthquake on 25 April 2015.

History:

Patan is believed to have been founded in the third century BC by the Kirat dynasty and later expanded by Licchavis in the sixth century. It was further expanded by the Mallas during the medieval period.

There are many legends about its name. The most popular one is the legend of the God Rato Machhindranath, who was brought to the valley from Kamaru Kamachhya, located in Assam, India, by a group of three people representing the three kingdoms centered in the Kathmandu Valley.

One of them was called Lalit, a farmer who carried God Rato Machhindranath to the valley all the way from Assam, India. The purpose of bringing the God Rato Machhindranath to the valley was to overcome the worst drought there. There was a strong belief that the God Rato Machhindranath would bring rain in the valley. It was due to Lalit's effort that the God Rato Machhindranath was settled in Lalitpur. Many believe that the name of the town is kept after his name Lalit and pur meaning township.

 

In May, a chariot festival honoring the deity known as Bunga Dyah Jatra is held in Patan. It is the longest and one of the most important religious celebrations in Patan. During the month-long festival, an image of Rato Machhendanath is placed on a tall chariot and pulled through the city streets in stages.

Lalitpur said to have been founded by King Veer Deva in 299 AD, but there is unanimity among scholars that Patan was a well established and developed town since ancient times. Several historical records including many other legends indicate that Patan is the oldest of all the cities of Kathmandu Valley. According to a very old Kirat chronicle, Patan was founded by Kirat rulers long before the Licchavi rulers came into the political scene in Kathmandu Valley. According to that chronicle, the earliest known capital of Kirat rulers was Thankot. Kathmandu, the present capital was most possibly removed from Thankot to Patan after the Kirati King Yalamber came into power sometimes around second century AD.

One of the most used and typical Newar names of Lalitpur is Yala. It is said that King Yalamber or Yellung Hang named this city after himself, and ever since this ancient city was known as Yala.

In 1768, Lalitpur was annexed to the Gorkha Kingdom by Prithvi Narayan Shah in the Battle of Lalitpur.

Places of interest

Temples of Patan Durbar Square

Lalitpur is renowned as a very artistic city. Most of the Nepalese art is devoted to Gods, and there are an abundance of temples and viharas. Notable places of interest include:

Patan Durbar Square:

The palace square and residence of the Malla rulers of Patan state which now houses a museum.

Patan Dhoka:

One of the historical entrances to the old city.

Bhaskerdev Samskarita Hiranyabarna Mahavihara:

 A Buddhist temple known locally as Golden Temple.

 

Bungmati and Khokana

Explore the Bungmati and Khokana day tour , Our experience guide and private vehicle with excellent driver pick up at your hotel or tour office. After 45 minute drive you can reach Bungmati and khokana is next place but nearest form the Bungmati both of these place ancient Newari village. Bungmati and Khokana  is situated south of Kathmandu city as known of temple city of the Himalaya country of Nepal. Enjoy a 4-hour tour of Bungamati and Khokana, typical Nwari villages. You will visit local temples, view local culture and learn the history and traditions of the villages. We will be back to your original departure place. Then we will make for further palnning. Your tour highlights include:Bungamati Village-Khokana Village-Rato,Machhendranath Temple-Karya Binayak Temple

Sankhu and Bajrayogeni

Sankhu is also the site of the month-long worship to the God Madhav Narayan. The brata is a tribute to the God through fasting, meditation and ritual bathing by women and men too. It begins on the full moon of the Nepali month of Poush and ends on the full moon of the Nepali month of Magh.

Men & women spend 31 days at the temple, sleeping, eating and meditating. It is believed men & women who perform this puja will have their wish granted. Outside the temple, the riverbank of the Sali Nadi is thought to be the site where Goddess Parvati bathed during her month of meditations dedicated to Swasthani.

The temple of Bajrayogini(Khadgayogini) is one of identity of Sankhu. It is situated on middle of hill. The goddesses are worshipped with high beliefs. The goddesses are known as 'Mhasukhwamaju'  means yellow faced Mistress and 'Hyaunkhwaamaju'  means red faced Misstress. The nine days tradition jatra of Mhasukhwamaju and other Baghini, Singhini and a stupa shaped Buddha starts on the day of full moon 'Purnima' and continues for nine days. After the goddesses are brought to Sankhu by locals in a special chariots, they are kept on different places on the basis of rotation within four gates of Sankhu. The fifth day of jatra is known as main jatra when goddesses are taken around Sankhu within four gates. The day to bring goddess in Sankhu is called 'to be brought down'and the day to take goddess is called 'to be taken up'These god and goddess are unique than that of other so its importance is high to inhabitants of Sankhu.

s have their own significance, one of them is the entry and exit gate of goddess Bajrayogini from temple, next to bring bride to groom's house, another to send daughter after marriage and last one to take dead body of human out of Sankhu to burn or bury. These area within gates are considered as real Sankhu by people according to cultural beliefs and historical scripts and books but political division has extended its boundary.

Bajrayogeni Temple

Bajrayogini Temple is a Tantrik temple located at Sankhu in Nepal's Kathmandu Valley. It is also well known as Bodhisattva's Temple. The temple is actually a sort of temple complex, with the main temple having been built by King Pratap Malla in the sixteenth century. Bajrayogini is the Hindu goddess of wisdom of which Ugra Tara is the Buddhist equivalent. Thus the temple is sacred to both Hindus and Buddhists. The Bajrayogini Temple is situated roughly 20 kilometers northeast of Kathmandu. The area where it is located is often referred to as Gunbaha, which can be roughly translated from Newari as ‘recreational forest place’. The main temple is a three-story high building, which was obviously carefully constructed with the utmost attention to detail. You will likely find a statue of the goddess Bajrayogini in this temple which will feature a red face with three eyes as well as hands, which have the thumb and middle finger carefully, decorated. Ornaments surround her statue.

Mythology

According to a holy book, which was once discovered long ago, the site of the temple was once a forked piece of stone, which spouted fire. This was quite significant when the rest of the world was covered with snow and before long there emerged a five-colored flame, which came to be the volcanic goddess. The goddess ordered that a temple be built on the sight of her emergence and priests have been making use of the nine surrounding caves for centuries to serve this temple ever since. The first priest to serve here was supposedly given superior enlightenment and Bajrayogini is considered to be one of the wisest and strongest gods able to grant this gift. There is a beautiful water tap complete with decorative statue in the area, which dates back to the fourth century. The attraction here is not only the various temples but also the many other interesting temples and caves which surrounding it – some of which are considered to be older than the temple itself. Amongst the caves in the area is a carved double chamber with window attributed to being used by Marpa Lotsawa. Whereas nearby is a tiny chamber built into a small cliff which was where Milarepa was walled in for solitary retreat.

The hill top is accessed by a very long carved stone stairway. The entire site is covered richly with Newari architectural metal work, carved wood details, and ancient artifacts. Including a small stupa claimed to pre-date Buddha Shakyamuni.

2015 earthquake

The earthquake that struck on 25 April 2015 had immense effect on Sankhu city. Bajrayogini temple was no exception. The temple is marked unsafe by the engineers .Renovation of the temple is necessary in order to assure safety. The statues of Bajrayogini temple are safely shifted and the temple is supported with wooden planks.

 Kopan Monastery

Kopan Monastery is a Tibetan Buddhist monastery near Boudhanath, on the outskirts of KathmanduNepal. It is a member of theFoundation for the Preservation of the Mahayana Tradition (FPMT), an international network of Gelugpa dharma centers, and once served as its headquarters.

The monastery was established by the FPMT's founders, Lamas Thubten Yeshe and Thubten Zopa Rinpoche, who bought the property from Nepal's royal astrologer in 1969. Its name comes from the name of the hill on which it was built.

Kopan has become especially famous for teaching Buddhism to visiting Western foreigners. The first of what would become annual month-long (November–December) meditation courses was held in 1971. These courses generally combine traditional Lam Rimteachings with informal discussion, several periods of guided meditation, and a vegetarian diet.

Kopan now encompasses two separate institutions: the monastery, atop Kopan Hill, and the nearby Khachoe Chakyil Ling Nunnery (known as the Kopan Nunnery). The nunnery was established in 1979 by Lama Yeshe to provide spiritual and practical education modeled on that received by the monks. In 2009 the nunnery began raising money to expand its housing and education capacity, which has grown from 4 to 400 in less than 35 years, using such sites as GoFundMe.

Kopan Monastery has also recently become a popular recreational destination for Kathmandu residents and tourists. On Saturdays it regularly receives hundreds of visitors. The monastery is not open to the public on other days of the week.

Pharping and Dakshinkali

Pharping, about 19km south of Kathmandu is a culturally prosperous and thriving Newai town identified with the sacred site of Hinduism and Buddhism where Guru Rimpoche (Padmasambhava, known as lotus born God) attained the level of a Mahamudra vidyadhara.and an ancient Buddhist pilgrimage sites that have been taken by large number of Tibetans and other Nepalese Buddhist devotees. This village is famous for religious Buddhist monasteries, Shesnarayan temple,  Bajra Yogini temple, Gorakhnath temple and Guru Padmasambhava meditation cave. It is believed that he got enlightenment at Asur Cave. Recently numerous Buddhist monasteries have been built in the area. The best way to visit the Pharping is to join other pilgrims on the clock-wise pilgrimage circuit (parikrama in Nepalese, kora in Tibetan) Downhill south of Pharping, there isDakshinkali temple which is dedicated to Kali, a blood thirsty incarnation of goddess Parvati, consort of Shiva.

Pharping and Dakshinkali

Pharping, about 19km south of Kathmandu is a culturally prosperous and thriving Newai town identified with the sacred site of Hinduism and Buddhism where Guru Rimpoche (Padmasambhava, known as lotus born God) attained the level of a Mahamudra vidyadhara.and an ancient Buddhist pilgrimage sites that have been taken by large number of Tibetans and other Nepalese Buddhist devotees. This village is famous for religious Buddhist monasteries, , Shesnarayan temple,  Bajra Yogini temple, Gorakhnath temple and Guru Padmasambhava meditation cave. It is believed that he got enlightenment at Asur Cave. Recently numerous Buddhist monasteries have been built in the area. The best way to visit the Pharping is to join other pilgrims on the clock-wise pilgrimage circuit (parikrama in Nepalese, kora in Tibetan)

 

Downhill south of Pharping, there is Dakshinkali temple which is dedicated to Kali, a blood thirsty incarnation of goddess Parvati, consort of Shiva. The name Dakshinkali is composed of the word "dakshin", meaning "south", and the name "Kali" meaning “black female”, and refers to the temple´s position in a spectacular river gorge of Black female goddess of south. To satisfy the blood-lust goddess people drag a menagerie of chickens, goats, sheep, pigs and even buffaloes occasionally to be beheaded and transformed into cuts of meat by the temple priest, who are also skilled butcher. Once the sacrifice is made, the meat goes in pot, the pilgrims bring all the ingredients to make barbeque and feast themselves under the shade of trees. Saturday is the big sacrificial day and also blood flows freely on Tuesday. 

On the way to or way from Pharping and Dakshinkali we can visit Chobar Gorge. According to legends, Buddhist deity Manjushree chopped out the hill with single blow of her mighty sword released the water out creating the Chobar Gorge. Countless nagas were washed out of the valley with the flowing away water but Kartotak, king of nagas (snakes) made it nearby Taudaha pond beside the road to Pharping. Geologist and theologians rarely find common ground but everyone agrees that eons ago Kathmandu valley was a lake and the hill of Swayambhunath was an island. 

Godavari Botanical Garden

Godavari Botanical Garden at the foot of Phulchowki hill. See a range of plants, ferns, trees, and flowers, and learn how growing them is possible in such an extreme environment as you stroll the gardens and greenhouses. Godawari Botanical Garden lies at the base of Pholckowki hill, Godavari Botanical Garden offers visitors for rest form the energetic walks of the Kathmandu Valley and the chance to stroll leisurely around the mainly open parkland habitat; home to several fast-flowing streams

 Dhulikhe and Panauti
Dhulikhel and Panauti is one of the most popular places from which to observe the high Himalaya range. From theboundary of the narrow mountainhill, a spectacular panorama of peaks happen, from Langtang Lirung in the east, through Dorje Lakpa to the huge bulk of Gauri Shankar and nearby Melungtse (7181m) and as far as Numbur (5945m) in the east. The old town escaped the 25 April 2015 earthquake with little damage, but almost all of the resorts on the hlltop sustained some damage to their village house and repair works are underconstruction.There more to Dhulikhel than breathtaking views though. This is a real Newari town, with a temple-lined village square and a life outside of exposing tourists to the beautiful views.Tucked away in a side valley off the Arniko Highway, about 7km south of Banepa, Panauti sits at the religious confluence of the Roshi Khola and Pungamati Khola. A third ‘invisible river’ called the Padmabati is said to join the other two rivers at Panauti, making this a particularly sacred spot. Accordingly, there are some fabulously ancient temples that have stood the test of time partly because of Panauti’s legendary resistance to earthquakes. This certainly held true during the 2015 earthquake, when the town large with minor cuts and discoloration, though less so in the smaller tremor in 1988, which damaged several monuments. Panauti was once a major trading centre with its own royal palace but today the small town has a bustling new quarter and a serene old quarter. Most of the town's few visitors come on day trips, but we recommend staying over and exploring the streets at dawn and dusk, when they are at their most magical. As well as its ornate temples, the village has some striking Rana-era mansions, which have been restored with assistance from the French government.
 
 

Package

Destination

Best Season

2 night 3 days

Pashupati,Baudha, Bhaktapur,Patan and Kathmandu Durbar Squire

Throughout the year accept (Monsoon Season) June-August

3 nights 4 days

Pashupati-Baudha- Bhaktapur-Patan -Kathmandu Durbar Squire-Soyambhu(Monkey Temple) and Kirtipur

Throughout the year accept (Monsoon Season) June-August

4 nights 5days

Pashupati,Baudha, Bhaktapur,Patan ,Kathmandu Durbar Squire, Soyambhu(Monkey Temple),Kirtipur,Nagarkot/Dholikhel

Throughout the year accept (Monsoon Season) June-August

5 nights 6 days

Pashupati,Baudha, Bhaktapur,Patan and Kathmandu Durbar Squire-Nagarkot-Pokhara

Throughout the year accept (Monsoon Season) June-August

6 night 7 days

Pashupati,Baudha, Bhaktapur,Patan and Kathmandu Durbar Squire-Nagarkot-Pokhara-chitwan National Park

Throughout the year accept (Monsoon Season) June-August

7 nights 8 days

Pashupati,Baudha, Bhaktapur,Patan and Kathmandu Durbar Squire-Nagarkot-Pokhara-chitwan National Park-Gorkha/Bandipur

Throughout the year accept (Monsoon Season) June-August

8 nights 9 days

Pashupati,Baudha, Bhaktapur,Patan and Kathmandu Durbar Squire-Nagarkot-Pokhara-chitwan National Park-Lumbini

Throughout the year accept (Monsoon Season) June-August

9 nights 10 days

Pashupati,Baudha, Bhaktapur,Patan and Kathmandu Durbar Squire-Pokhara-Muktinath -chitwan National Park

Throughout the year accept (Monsoon Season) June-August

10 nights 11 days

Pashupati,Baudha, Bhaktapur,Patan and Kathmandu Durbar Squire-Pokhara-Muktinath -chitwan National Park-Lumbini

   Throughout the year accept (Monsoon Season) June-August

11 nights 12 days

Pashupati,Baudha, Bhaktapur,Patan and Kathmandu Durbar Squire-Pokhara-ghorepani Poon Hill -chitwan National Park

Throughout the year accept (Monsoon Season) June-August

12 nights 13 days

Pashupati,Baudha, Bhaktapur,Patan and Kathmandu Durbar Squire-Pokhara-Ghorepani Poon Hill –chitwan National Park

Throughout the year accept (Monsoon Season) June-August

13 nights 14 days

Pashupati,Baudha, Bhaktapur,Patan and Kathmandu Durbar Squire-Pokhara- Annapurna Base Camp –chitwan National Park

Throughout the year accept (Monsoon Season) June-August

Note:-    

Muktinath Tour is Best  even in monsoon season(June-Agusut) and Annapurna Base Camp trek is best  from Sep-Nov and April -May.

Skylark Treks organize your  Sightseeing  Leads  by one of professional tour guide and comfort private vehicle at a very affordable price.

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Couple

3-7person

8 and above

2 nights 3 days

150.00

125.00

100.00

75.00

3 night 4 days

200.00

150.00

125.00

100.00

4night 5 days

250.00

200.00

150.00

125.00

5 nights  6bdays

300.00

250.00

200.00

150.00

6 nights  7 days

350.00

300.00

250.00

200.00

7 nights 8 days

400.00

350.00

300.00

250.00

8 nights 9 days

450.00

400.00

350.00

300.00

9 nights 10 days

500.00

450.00

400.00

350.00

10 nights 11 days

550.00

500.00

450.00

400.00

11 nights  12 days

600.00

550.00

500.00

450.00

12 nights 13 days

650.00

600.00

550.00

500.00

13 nights 14 days

700.00

650.00

600.00

550.00

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Above Package Tour  price based on Budget class service

Standard + 25% and for Deluxe service +50% will be charged on above budget class package price

All package price is subject to change without prior notice!

Budget class:

 Service includes single/Double (Twin sharing) room with attached bathroom in tourist standard Guest house/hotel on BB Plan.

Vehicle service /Transportation from/to airport in Kathmandu

 A Tour guides service will be provided throughout the program as per itinerary

Standard class:

Service includes single/Double (Twin sharing) room with attached bathroom in 2-3 star hotels on BB Plan.

Vehicle service /Transportation from/to airport in Kathmandu

 A Tour guide’s service will be provided throughout the program as per itinerary

Deluxe class Service includes:

Service includes single/Double (Twin sharing) room with attached bathroom in 4-5 star hotels on BB Plan.

Vehicle service /Transportation from/to airport in Kathmandu

 A Tour guide’s service will be provided throughout the program as per itinerary

 

 

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