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Your flights to Lukla from Kathmandu may be diverted to Ramechhap Airport. Here’s Why!

Your flights to Lukla from Kathmandu may be diverted to Ramechhap Airport. Here’s Why!

Kathmandu Day Tour

Boudhanath Stupa and Pasupatinath Temple Tour

Kathmandu is magical, majestic, and marvelous, and for good reasons. This city, the capital of Nepal, brims with incredible places in every crook and nanny. From world-famous UNESCO sites to medieval temples and centuries-old palaces, Kathmandu is blessed with abounding beauty. Whether you are traveling for the first time or you’ve spent days here, there’s always something to look for. Trekkers heading to Everest Base Camp or Annapurna Base Camp stays in Kathmandu for a day or two. If you are perplexed and unsure where to start, a city tour in Kathmandu is definitely an excellent kickoff. This tour not only offers a mere sightseeing experience but an immersion into the rich culture and history of Nepal.
Our one day Kathmandu city tour is perfect for anyone and any age group. If you are short on time and looking for an exciting day tour in Kathmandu, sign up for this tour. Kathmandu day tour takes you on an enthralling journey to two must-see attractions in Kathmandu: Boudhanath Stupa and Pashupatinath Temple. Boudhanath Stupa, one of 10 UNESCO sites in Nepal, is one of the largest stupas in the world. With the influx of hundreds of local as well as international travelers every day, Boudhanath Stupa tops the list of most popular places in Kathmandu. The white-washed massive mandala of this stupa with all-seeing eyes of Lord Buddha greets you, and that’s so blissful.
The next stop of this tour is Pashupatinath temple, the holiest shrine for Hindus. This temple welcomes thousands of devotees and travelers alike every day. Stretching on the bank of the Bagmati River, this temple offers spiritual and religious experiences. Once you step off the plane at Tribhuvan International Airport, a representative from Take On Nepal will wait for you and welcome you. And in case you’re already in Kathmandu, our driver will receive you from your hotel. A licensed tour guide will accompany you throughout the tour. The tour guide, who is well-versed in the culture and history of Kathmandu, will enhance your experience by providing valuable insights and information.
You will start the day with a short drive to Pashupatinath temple. It will take a few minutes to get there. As you explore the temple, you will come across the cremation site for Hindus, the holy Bagmati River and many smaller temples and shrines. As you walk, you may meet Sadhus, Hindu holy men who have renounced worldly possessions. You’ll also get to witness the timeless tradition and devotion of the pilgrims. You will realize that this is the place where spirituality thrives in an ethereal atmosphere.
The next stop is Boudhanath Stupa, which is a short drive away from Pashupatinath temple. Did you know Boudhanath Stupa was listed as a world UNESCO site in 1979? Since then, this site has been the holiest site for Buddhist pilgrims. The fluttering of prayer flags, the glittering glow of butter lamps and the chanting of mantras all blend to exude serenity. The tour guide will unravel the history and cultural as well as religious significance of this stupa. Then comes the best part of this tour: lunchtime calls! You’ll try delicate momo filled with savory flavors at a local eatery. This momo lunch will definitely be an unforgettable culinary journey in Kathmandu that you will cherish for your lifetime.

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