Departure: Every Day
Pick up & Drop: From / to your hotel in Kathmandu
Trip Duration: 10:00 to 16:00 (6 hours)
Group Size: 2 to 20 people
Transportation: Private Vehicle
Cost: Cost Included
Budhanil Kantha is a remarkable massive stone statue of Hindu Lord Vishnu reclining on the bed of snakes is from 5th century AD situated about 8 km to the north of Katmandu at the base of Shivapuri hill. The shrine is in the middle of pond.
Kirtipur lies about 8 km to the south-west of Katmandu on the top of a hill. Kirtipur is an old Newar village town and people are farmers and living in old traditional culture. The Kirtipur town offers to see many old temples and Buddhist shrines. One can find people weaving in old traditional looms.
Swayambhunath / Monkey Temple is a 2500 years old stupa situated on a hillock about 77 m above the ground level and over looking Katmandu valley. The painted eyes on four sides symbolize the all seeing eyes of Buddha and are watching all the time wrong doers and good doers. Swayambhunath is a very religious shrine of Buddhists. In Swayambhunath there are two Buddhist monasteries within the complex and a temple of Haratima where both Buddhists and Hindus worship this temple.
Dakshinakali is about 21 km drive through the country to the south of Katmandu. The spectacular views of beautiful landscapes, terraced farmlands and Himalayan ranges on the back ground can be seen while on drive. The road ends right at the temple. Dakshinkali , the supreme Hindu powerful Goddess is worshiped and animals like male-goats and roosters are also sacrificed. This type of ceremony takes twice a week Saturday and Tuesday. On our way back visit Shesh Narayan temple dedicated to Lord Vishnu and a Buddhist monastery where you will find the Lama monks chanting the prayers. Also visit of Chovar gorge through where the water of the valley is drained out.