Kathmandu , Bhaktapur , Nagarkot
The Kathmandu Valley World Heritage Site is divided into seven Monument Zones and is located in the Himalayan foothills. These monument zones are the Durbar squares or urban centers of Kathmandu (Hanuman Dhoka), Patan, and Bhaktapur, as well as the religious ensembles of Swayambhu, Bauddhanath, Pashupati, and Changu Narayan, with their palaces, temples, and public spaces. Swayambhu's religious ensemble includes the Valley's oldest Buddhist monument (a stupa); Bauddhanath's includes Nepal's largest stupa; Pashupati has a large Hindu temple precinct, and Changu Narayan includes traditional Newari settlement and a Hindu temple complex with one of the Valley's earliest inscriptions from the fifth century AD. The distinctive tiered temples are primarily constructed of fired bricks with mud mortar and timber superstructure. Small overlapping terracotta tiles with gilded metal embellishments decorate the roofs.
Our tour will take you to all of Kathmandu's historical monuments. We've devised a relaxed schedule that will suit everyone. Our trip will assist you in appreciating and taking in every detail of these historic monuments.