The beautiful city lies in Lalitpur district. Here, the best point to start our sightseeing is Patan Durbar Square with Royal Palaces, temples which the depicts the amazing skills of our ancestors. Bhimsen Temple – Temple dedicated to Bhimsen, the god of trade & business. Vishwanath Temple – the temple dedicated to lord Shiva. Krishna Mandir- The temple dedicated to Lord Krishna, eighth incarnation of Lord Vishnu.
Bhaktapur, the third major town in the valley, where the best place to start sightseeing is Bhaktapur Durbar Square.It covers a larger area than durbar squares of Kathmandu and Lalitpur and is less crowded. This is a city of pedestrians. Vatsala Durga Temple- besides the King’s statue and directly front of the palace is the stone VatsalaDurga Temple.
- Explore Patan, one of Nepal’s ancient kingdoms and the ‘City of Living Art’.
- The Phasi Dega Temple, dedicated to Lord Shiva, affords expansive views of the entire city.
- Pottery Square and the Temple of Jeth Ganesh at Bhaktapur, dating back to the 14th century.
- Enrich your Nepal travel experience by discovering more of the country than just its capital.
- Explore Patan and Bhaktapur Heritage site.
What to expect ?
Krishna Temple- The eight corner stone temple is also the masterpiece that is to be found in Nepal also known as ChyasinDeval means eight corners. Golden Temple – This unique monastery is few minutes’ walk from the Durbar Square. Mahaboudha Temple – the temple of 1000 Buddha is another fascinating Shikhara type temple. Rudra Varna Mahabihar – One of the best-known monasteries near the Mahaboudha is well known in Patan. Here, we end our sightseeing tour for the day, drive back to Kathmandu.
Royal Palace – 55 windows palace when built had 99 courtyards but due to the devastating earthquake in 1934, out of which only seven remains. Golden Gate -the magnificent golden gate is the entrance to 55 windows palace. Nayatapola Temple – the highest temple in Kathmandu valley which is five storeyed, Dattatraya Temple – the oldest structure in Bhaktapur. Pujari math – house for the priests from the same sect, which is similar, to Buddhist Monastery.
Early in the morning after breakfast we pick up you from your hotel and then start a drive to Bhaktapur & explore around the old city. Later on, drive to Patan & visit several temples, shrines, monasteries. After the completion of sightseeing at Bhaktapur and Patan we drop you back to the hotel.
- Entrance fees
- Local taxes
- Professional tour guide
- Hotel pick up and drop off
- Round- trip private transfer
- Transport by private vehicle
- Alcoholic drinks (available to purchase)
- Gratuities (recommended)
- Personal expenses
Whellchairs are not possible for all Travellers.