Nepal Heritage Tour

You can fully experience Nepal's rich cultural and historical legacy by taking a Nepal Heritage Tour. Throughout the journey, you will stop at a number of UNESCO World Heritage Sites, historic temples, palaces, and traditional Newari settlements, giving you an understanding of the nation's rich history and varied cultures. What to expect in greater depth is provided below:

  • Kathmandu: Your trip begins in Kathmandu, Nepal's capital city and a treasure mine of heritage monuments. You'll see Kathmandu Durbar Square, a collection of buildings, courtyards, and temples that functioned as old monarchs' regal abode. The square's architecture is stunning, with finely carved wooden windows and stone statues. You'll also go to Pashupatinath Temple, one of the holiest Hindu temples devoted to Lord Shiva and located on the banks of the Bagmati River. Another feature is the Boudhanath Stupa, a renowned Buddhist temple famed for its huge dome and bright prayer flags.
  • Patan (Lalitpur): Patan is a historic city famous for its Newari architecture and traditional arts and crafts. You'll see the beautifully carved temples, palaces, and courtyards of Patan Durbar Square, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The Krishna Mandir, a stone temple devoted to Lord Krishna, and the Golden Temple, an outstanding Buddhist monastery, are both located on the area. Patan is also well-known for its metalwork, woodcarving, and traditional arts and crafts.
  • Bhaktapur: With its well-preserved past, Bhaktapur, another ancient city, will take you back in time. The UNESCO World Heritage Site at Bhaktapur Durbar Square boasts beautiful architecture like as the 55-Window Palace, Nyatapola Temple, and the intricately constructed Peacock Window. The city is well-known for its ceramics and traditional pottery-making processes, as well as the famed Juju Dhau (King Curd).
  • Changu Narayan: Changu Narayan is an ancient temple devoted to Lord Vishnu and one of Nepal's oldest temples. The temple complex is an exceptional example of traditional Nepali architecture, with magnificent stone carvings representing mythical tales. The surrounding region provides breathtaking views of the Kathmandu Valley.

Throughout the journey, you will also get the opportunity to engage with local communities, see traditional rites and festivals, and sample real Nepali food.

Please keep in mind that the schedule may change depending on your choices and the length of the tour. To ensure a well-rounded and engaging experience, it's best to plan and organize your Nepal Heritage Tour with a trustworthy tour operator.