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Experience Authentic Nepal

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The authentic Nepal tours starts from Kathmandu where you will spending few days sightseeing the places around the valley, during sightseeing you will be visiting many historical places like, Swayambhunath, Bouddhanath,Pashupatinath and Bhaktapur Durbar.

from 650,-
8 days

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Day 1 Arrive in Kathmandu
Arrival in Kathmandu by flight at the capital of Nepal, at Nepal's only International Airport, Tribhuvan Airport. Our representative will brief you about our company and general information, and the meeting time will be scheduled about the program during on the way to hotel.
Day 02 Sightseeing – Swyambhunath, Bouddhanath and Pashupatinath
Swayambhunath, which was built in the 5th century, is one of the oldest and most revered shrines in the country. Perched atop a conical hill, its lofty white dome and glittering golden spire with the all-seeing-eyes is a not only a major landmark of the valley, but equally, a symbol of Nepal. You can reach the shrine by climbing 365 steps, which defines the number of days in a year, up the hill, or by a winding road on the other side.
Bouddhanath is the hub of Tibetan culture in Nepal. The 36-meter-high stupa of Bouddhanath is one of the largest stupas in South Asia. The stupa was built in striking area where ancient Tibet merchants would rest and offered prayers for many centuries. Boudha was, once, an essential kingdom within a kingdom, but its jewel crown Boudhanath Stupa still influences almost every Buddhism followers in the world.
Pashupatinath is one of the important Hindu shrines in Nepal, moreover, in the world. This temple is dedicated to Lord Shiva, also known as Pashupatinath (Lord of Animals). Nestles by the bank of holy river, Bagmati, Pashupatinath temple is believed to have its origin in 400 AD, which is also an example of perfection of ancient arts and crafts. Inside temple, four-faced six foot lingum (phallic symbol of Shiva) makes this temple utterly valuable in the world.
Day 03 Drive from Kathmandu to Neydo Monastery
Experience the color, vitality  and serenity of a Tibetan Buddhist monastery. Neydo Tashi Choeling Monastery guest house offers comfortable accommodations in a peaceful setting – all rooms have balcony and private western-style bathrooms – and is attached to the monastery, allowing you to participate in the life of the monks as you choose. You may eat alongside them and participate in their practice.  There are approximately 200 monks in residence following the Nyingmapa tradition. This is a new monastery (2006) with its central statue of Amitabha Buddha the largest in Nepal, and income from the guest house directly supports the monastery. As well as simply relaxing, private meditation, discovering the monastery and gaining some insight into both Buddhism and what it means to be a monk, the surrounding area offers myriad possibilities. Nearby are a number of other sacred sites including Dakshinkali Temple, dedicated to Kali and a caved used by Padmasambhava for meditation. Set in a peaceful wooded area only 22kms from Kathmandu, walking, hiking and cycling amid the hills and small surrounding villages is popular.
Day 04 Drive from Pharping to Bandipur
The charming ridge-top village of Bandipur is well off the main tourist trail. As it is a one street town there is plenty of opportunity to meet the locals. The views of the mountain ranges form the perfect backdrop for a walk into the countryside and there is also time to visit the Bindabasini temple; residence of Bandipur's guardian deity, the goddess Durga.
Day 05 Walk to Neighboring Ramkot Village
Ramkot is a two hour easy hike to the west of Bandipur .It passes through Muchuk village from where you can also visit Mukundeswari. Ramkot is a typical Magar village with traditional round houses, untouched by modern development offering an opportunity to experience authentic lifestyle of rural Nepal. From here, one can go on to Chabdi Barahi , a pilgrimage spot , which can be reached after two hours of easy hiking.
Day 06 – 7 Drive from Bandipur to Bhaktapur
One of the fascinating, and important world heritage sites, Bhaktapur is made up of three large squares filled with shrines, temples, and activities. An essential Newari city, not only Bhaktapur is famous for its famous clay pots, and architectural values, but Bhakatpur is legendary for its colorful festivals, welcoming people, and delicious Newari cuisine. Despite rusting time, Bhaktapur retains a medieval feel till this date. Local people here are predominantly farmers or engaged in the traditional crafts of pottery, metalwork, art and woodwork which have supported the city since its establishment in the 12th century to service the trade route between Tibet and India and remain active industries. A fascinating place to explore!
Day 8 International Airport Departure Transfer
Departure Kathmandu 

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