Nagarkot Sunrise + Bhaktapur And Patan Durbar Square Tour In Kathmandu_514494

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Nagarkot Sunrise + Bhaktapur And Patan Durbar Square Tour In Kathmandu

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Duration
time-raw11 hours
Difficulty
Easy
Starting point
Your accommodation in Kathmandu
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Pickup Option
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During this combo tour, guests will get to experience a gorgeous sunrise in Nagarkot, before heading on to the dual attractions of Bhaktapur & Patan Durbar Square. You're sure to be amazed by the beautiful colors & cultures contains within these sights.

What to expect?

Itinerary:

Stop At: Nagarkot View point tower, Nagarkot Nepal

  • This day trip starts from your hotel. You will be picked up early before dawn and driven towards Nagarkot. It is a beautiful hill station famous for the sunrise and sunset views. You will be witnessing a stunning break of day from the pinnacle of a well-known perspective in the entire location of Kathmandu. You will be pushed through neighborhood lands stuffed with farms and woodlands, until you reach the Nagarkot viewpoint. Be amazed through the panoramic views of this location as the sun rises from under the snowy Himalayas. The shade trade from reddish-orange to snowy white will please your soul. You will see the mountain stages like Annapurna, Mt. Everest, Dhaulagiri and many more. After the moment there, you will then move down towards the next destination for the day.

Stop At: Bhaktapur Durbar Square, Bhaktapur 00977-1-4701148 Nepal

  • Your next destination will be via a vehicle to Bhaktapur City, also called "the City of Devotees." It is an extraordinary city that still has many old-style houses and buildings intact. You will find many exciting and artistic structures from the entry point to the exit point. This ancient town is inhabited with the aid of indigenous Newari human beings in a large group.

Stop At: Nyatapola Temple, Taumadhi Square, Bhaktapur 44800 Nepal

  • Nyatapola Temple is a pagoda-style five leveled roofed temple. This superbly sculpted building is viewed as one of the tallest pagodas in the region, and is a lovely example of the high artistry that went into buildings of this type.

Stop At: Dattatreya Temple, Dattatreya Square, Bhaktapur 44800 Nepal

  • Standing proudly on the premises of Dattatreya Square in Bhaktapur, the temple of Dattatreya is believed to be constructed with the aid of a single stem of a single tree. The unknown characteristic of the temple is that it does not residence the statue of Dattatreya the way human beings prescribes. Instead of finding the figure of one physique with three heads, we can see three idols of Brahma, Vishnu, and Shiva on left, middle, and right respectively. A huge tree stands behind those idols.

Stop At: 55 Window Palace, Durbar Square, Bhaktapur 44800 Nepal

  • The Palace of Fifty-Five two Windows is one of the most stunning architectural points of the durbar square. This palace is named the Palace of Fifty-Five Windows due to the fact it has fifty-five carved wooden windows on its facade. This palace is built around several inner courtyards that are linked together. It is stated that there have been 99 courtyards at the beginning, but only nine of them are current today. Another terrific characteristic of this palace is the primary entrance gate, referred to as "The Golden Gate This gate is adorned via gold plated embossed steelwork. It leads to the first courtyard of the palace.

Stop At: Siddha Pokhari, Bhaktapur 44800 Nepal

  • Siddha Pokhari is a beautiful human-made pond located near the first city gate in Bhaktapur. It is 171 meters long and 3 meters deep pond and a favorite hangout place for many people. Then after Bhaktapur Durbar Square, you will move on to another famous square in Kathmandu valley.

Stop At: Patan Durbar Square, Patan (Lalitpur) 44700 Nepal

  • Patan Durbar Square is located in the town of Lalitpur. It is crammed with Newari Architecture and neighborhood Newar community. It is the courtyard of the old Malla palace. As you approach from the south, you will see the rectangular on the proper and collection of temples on the left. The oblong is layered with purple bricks on the floor. You will take a look at development works being carried out in some places with fences build around. The Patan Durbar Square is divided into three courtyards, and you will be visiting them one after another.

Stop At: Durbar (Central) Square, Patan (Lalitpur) Nepal

  • Heading on to the most important field, you will be amazed by the beautiful stone artistry of Krishna Temple in the region. The temple is created through stones only. You will see 21 shrines in the temple and carvings associated with Ramayana and Mahabharat. In the same lane of Krishna Temple, there is a large bell nearer to the side of the Durbar Square. There is also some other splendor known as Shankar Narayan Temple with statues of kneeling elephants.

Stop At: Patan Museum, Royal Palace Complex Durbar Marg, Patan (Lalitpur) 44700 Nepal

  • Moving forward, you will enter Keshav Narayan Chowk. It is made into the Patan Museum. You will get to study many statistics about our lifestyle and history and in particular about historical civilization. It is lovely peaceful vicinity to unwind and elements more than a few Buddhist, Tantric, and Hindu artifacts. You can see many indoors architectures and exhibits with a cozy environment private the museum.

Stop At: Golden Temple (Hiranya Varna Mahavihar), Kwalakhu Rd North of Durbar Square, Patan (Lalitpur) 44600 Nepal

  • You will also go to the golden temple in the north. Hiranya Varna Mahavihar, which is acknowledged as the golden temple, is a 12th-century temple. You will see silver and gold protected decorations and bronze statues in the temple. It is a pagoda-style temple with a golden image of Lord Buddha and a massive prayer wheel in the upper layer of the temple.

Stop At: Krishna Temple, Lalitpur 44700, Nepal

  • The Krishna temple is constructed in the Shikhara style. This temple is created with stones in its entirety. Beneath its 21 golden pinnacles are three floors. The first ground enshrines Krishna, the 2nd Shiva, and the third Lokeshwor. Scenes from the Ramayana narrated in Newari script beautify the interior of the temple.

What is included?

  • Breakfast - Continental breakfast

  • Professional guide

  • Hotel pickup and drop-off (Inside Ring Road)

  • Transport by private vehicle

  • Entry/Admission - Nagarkot View point tower

Is this experience for me?

  • Not wheelchair accessible
  • Service animals allowed
  • Infants must sit on laps
  • Most travelers can participate

What do I need to bring?

  • Comfortable shoes
  • Spending money
  • Camera
  • Layered clothing
  • Passport/ID
  • Outerwear, such as gloves and a coat (dependent on season)

Additional information

  • Voucher: You will receive a secure voucher to either print out or present on your mobile phone.
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