Nepal is a Himalayan country, richest and diverse culture scenery any where in this planet. Our country is the sacred territory of God Pashupatinath and Lord Gautam Buddha where the Hindu and Buddhists have lived together in synchronization for centuries

Cultural Tour

Cultural Tour

Nepal is a Himalayan country, richest and diverse culture scenery any where in this planet. Our country is the sacred territory of God Pashupatinath and Lord Gautam Buddha where the Hindu and Buddhists have lived together in synchronization for centuries.

The temple of Pashupatinath is Nepal's mainly anxious Hindu holy place and one of the most significant towns in the world for Shiva worshippers. Lord Buddha, the light of Asia, had born in Lumbini, in southern plains of Nepal. This reality makes Nepal a frightened pilgrimage destination of Buddhists as well.

Nepal has nine UNESCO certified Cultural Heritage Sites, and all except the Lumbini are inside the Kathmandu Valley.

Kathmandu Durbar Square: The Durbar Square is called the Hanumandhoka, the Monkey God’s Door in Nepal, named so after the Monkey God Hanuman. The area is also known as Basantpur, the place for celebrations and festivals.

Bhaktapur Durbar Square: Bhaktapur, the famous city of Nepal, situated at an altitude of 1401 meters is a home to medieval art and covers an area of 4 square miles. Bhaktapur means the city of the devotees. The city lies about 14 kilometers east of Kathmandu and can be reached by public transportation.

Patan Durbar Square: Patan is situated on the South of Bagmati River and is about five kilometers southeast of Kathmandu. It is full of Hindu temples and Buddhist monuments with bronze gateways, guardian deities and wonderful carvings.

Swoyambhunath: This Buddhist Stupa holds a special position both among the Buddhists & Hindus. However, the site which is about 70 meters above on the hill on the Ring Road of Kathmandu 3 kilometers from City centre.
 
Pashupatinath: The Pashupatinath temple lies inside the Kathmandu City, the area lying just next to the Kathmandu Airport. Hundreds of foreign tourists are seen each day in the Aryaghat area, the place for the last rite rituals.

Bouddhanath: One of the oldest and the biggest Buddhist monuments ever built in Nepal. Bouddhanath is an imposing structure standing some 36 meters. The Bouddhanath lies about six kilometers from the Kathmandu city centre.

Changunarayan: Although less visited shrine by the locals, a whole day is needed to study and enjoy Changu Narayan, just 15 kilometers from Kathmandu city.

Lumbini Temple: Lumbini, where Buddha was born as Prince Siddhartha Gautam. The site is in a beautiful Garden. Lumbini is about 20 minute drives from Siddarth Nagar, a town in mid western Nepal.