Thamel, Kathmandu, Nepal (Local tour/trekking agency in Nepal)
Kathmandu Heritage  Half Day Tour

Nepal is one of the best countries in the world for a cultural and historical sightseeing 1 Day & ½ Day Tour with its long history, fascinating art and distinctive and varied architecture,Nepalese people are renowned for the welcome and hospitality they offer to visitors and it is often this experience that people remember more than any other. This ½ Day tour provide its visitors an opportunity to observe many rich Nepalese cultural traditions, a unique cultural world, and its history. Our day tours are catering to the short time travelers who wanted to see the country best city places listed in the world heritage sites. To Visit, Choose the one site from below List.

Places to visit ½ Day tour in & Around Kathmandu Valley:

Swayambhunath:
It is believed that the stupa was in existence from 2000 years back but the present stupa is said to be built after 14 th century. Swayambunath means the shrine existence by itself, it is called monkey temple by the westerners as there are lot of monkeys around the place which amuses the people visiting to the site.

Cost : On Request

Kathmandu Durbar Square:
It lies in the heart of the city. The locals of Kathmandu call Hanuman Dhoka as it is named after monkey god.At the main entrance of the palace one can see the statue of the god clad in a red paint. It is in the world heritage site and has a history of 9/10th century at the time of king Gunakama dev, he was a true devotee of Kali, the goddess of terror and her main weapon is sword. So, the layout design of the square is in the sword form.

Cost : On Request

Patan Dubar Square:
It lies to the the south of Kathmandu. Considered to be the oldest and largest among the three cities of the Kathmandu valley. The layout of the square is in the form of disk. The city is believed to be formed in 3rd century called Lalitpur,the city of fine arts and crafts and it is separated from Kathmandu by the holi river Bagmati.

Cost : On Request

Pashupatinath:
It means the lord of all creatures and the god of gods. It is a World Heritage sites and lies to the eastern side of kathmandu on the banks of the holy river Bagmati. It has a history of 5th/6th century but the present temple is built in 16th century.It is one of most popular and important Shiva shrines and must come temple for the Hinduism followers once in their lifetime.

Cost : On Request

Bouddhanath:
The lord of wisdom is the biggest stupa in Asia subcontinent and must come destination for the Buddhism followers once in their lifetime. The stupa is believed to be built in 5th century.

Cost : On Request

Bhaktapur Durbar Square:
Bhaktapur means the city of devotees is in the world heritage sites situated on the way to Tibet. It used to be the capital city of Kathmandu valley in 15th century, in the time of king Yaksha Malla.

Cost : On Request

Changu Narayan:
Changu Narayan is the oldest temple found to date in Nepal, and it is dedicated to Lord Vishnu. Narayan, or Vishnu, is the preserver of creation to Hindus. His temple near Changu village is often described as the most ancient temple in the Kathmandu Valley. A fifth century stone inscription, the oldest to be discovered in Nepal, is located in the temple compound and it tells of the victorious King Mandev. The temple now covers sixteen hundred years of Nepalese art history. The temple, built around the third century, is decorated by some of the best samples of stone, wood, and metal craft in the Valley. In the words of one tourist guide, “When you look upon Changu Narayan, you observe the complete cultural development of the Valley.

Cost : On Request

Nagarkot:
It is 32 km from Kathmanu and situated in an elevation of 2175m which gives an ample of opportunity to view the towering mountain range standing before you, starting from Dhaulagiri in the west to Mt. Everest and Kanchenjunga in the east via Ganesh Himal, Langtang, Shisapangma, dorge Lakpa and Gauri Shanker.

Cost : On Request

Panauti:
It is 36 km from Kathmandu and said that the whole town of Panauti is on a single rock. It is situated in the confluence of two rivers Roshi and Pungamati Khola.In every twelve year there happen to be a big festival. Once, it was a trading route to Tibet and had a royal palace in its main square.It is still fascinating and alive of its traditional architecture with many interesting temples. Panauti going to be listed in World heritage site in near future.

Cost : On Request

Dhulikhel:
It is 32 km from Kathmanu and situated in an elevation of 1550m.The town is in the main Araniko highway heading towards Tibet. The natives of the town are Newars. On the weekend days, we can see lot of people going to visit the temples around the town and uphill.It is a great place to view the mountain ranges.

Cost : On Request

Namo Buddha:
It is an important Buddhist pilgrimage site. A legend relates that the Buddha, came across tigress close to death from starvation and unable to feed her cubs. The Buddha allowed the hungry tigress to consume him. A marble tablet representing the event Trangho gompa on the hill above the stupa marks the holy site.Now a days, it is becoming a popular destination for further studies in Buddhism and a beautiful site to view the Himalayan ranges.

Cost : On Request

Dakshinkali:
The temple of the Goddess Kali, the tantric goddess of terror lies 28 Kms from Kathmandu, at the Southern edge of the Kathmandu Valley. In the confluence of two rivers.Devotees visit this temple each Tuesday and Saturday to make sacrificial offerings to appease the Goddess “Kali”.Non Hindus are not allowed to enter the main sanctum. There is a open platform from where one can view the happening of inside the temple.

Cost : On Request

Pharping:
It is a traditional newari town which lies 19km from Kathmandu. Once, it was a get way to go away from the valley towards lowland. The site is popular pilgrimage site for Hindus and Buddhist. There is a famous cave where guru Padmasamvav meditated in 8th century, It is refreshing to climb the staircase leading to the top of the hill and the views of the Kathmandu valley is stunning. Most of the trees here have the fluttering prayer flags spreading positive energy offered by the devotees.

Cost : On Request

Chovar:
It is a Gorge from where Manjushri, the god of wisdom, emptied the water from the Kathmandu Valley and it a getaway of Bagamati river.To the southern part of the river lies an important shrine of Jal Binayak dedicated to Ganesh, the god of good luck.

Cost : On Request

We are affiliated with;

Nepal Government Nepal Tourism Board Trekking Agencies' Association of Nepal (TAAN) NMA Nepal Association of Travel and Tour Agents KEEP Village Tourism Promotion Forum Nepal

We Accept;

We Accept