Nepal culture tour is a six day itinerary package, in which you get to visit and see places of historical, traditional, religious and traditional value to civilization not only to Nepal but the world over. Besides, the mountains to climb and the trails to trek, Nepal as a deep and intrinsic culture which has evolved throughout the years, which cannot only be taken as a model, but can give back to the world from which one can learn and appreciate.
Nepal is a homogenous country which is divided among the ethnic lines who have lived in harmony throughout the time that it has been. Each sharing with the other to evolve, what is good for most. People from elsewhere are assimilated into its folds from which it takes and then to give. In the Nepal culture tour, you are taken to such places which unfold this mystery of the Nepali culture, day by day and hour by hour when you interact with it. Thought, you are taken by private vehicle and tourist buses to places such as UNESCO World Heritage sites in Kathmandu, Patan, Bhaktapur, Kirtipur being in the Kathmandu Valley, you taste the evolution of making of the social order of society and how it was in the past and why did the denizens of the valley become such profound artisans which brings a smile to the face with the creativity in skills. Then further flung out to Namaboudha, Panauti, Ghangu Narayan, Dakshinkali, Chobar and Khokana that culture slowly spread its wings outward to finally engulf the Nepalese nation, bring in and taking out which it in the bargain that makes taking the Nepal Culture tour a vital ingredient of understanding Nepal even if you head for other activities such as trekking in Nepal or Peak Climbing.
I need not mention but nevertheless will do, that such a tour of Nepal culture gives much for what it seems. In the tour, you are taken on the first day to those place of not only value to the people here but also listed in UNESCO as World Heritage sites just like the others. Kathmandu Durbar Square, like the other Square of Patan and Bhaktapur where three cities in the Kathmandu valley of closely knitted kingship, each trying to outdo the other in what it could give in artistic splendour of palaces, temples and spaces to do business and enjoy when time calls for it. The temples of Pashupatinath, Swayambhunath and the stupa of Boudhanath, shows the closeness of religious harmony while displaying culture of it as one thought. So much so they are visited for reverence from the world over. Khokana, Chobar and Kirtipur all have cultural values of how villages and towns were influenced by the cities yet evolved to retain a unique identity of their own. Further up, Panauti, Dhulikhel, Namaboudha and Dakshinkali, show either town-man-ship, land management, or religious fortitude to those whom take towards the stewardship. Each being unique in the sense, besides them being visited for the architectural marvels, they also allow adherence to what they signify. Thus, there is much which can be written about them, but only taking Nepal Culture Tour, will make you understand what it gives you to the fullest.
How do we visit so many places in a short time?
Visits to all these places are not that far apart from each place, you are taken to them in either a private vehicle or by tourist bus, with a guide to tell you of the importance of the place visited and answer any question which you might have on mind regarding what you see and hear. While not on the tour you will be lodged in hotels of three to five star all depending on your predilections.
Outline Itinerary for Nepal Culture Tour
Day 01 : Destination Kathmandu
Day 02 : Kathmandu Sightseeing
Day 03 : Patan, Bhaktapur and Dhulikhel
Day 04 : Namobuddha, Panauti , Changu Narayan and Kathmandu
Day 05 : Visit Dakshinkali, Kirtipur, Chobar and Khokana
Day 06 : Final Departure
- Enjoy sightseeing tour to various historical/natural/cultural world heritage sites in Kathmandu
- Explore Culture, Tradition and monuments of ancient cities of Patan and Bhaktapur
- Visit religious Pilgrimage site of Buddhist and Hindu
- Explore local culture and tradition
- Explore Dhulikhel, Namo Buddha and Panauti