Nagarkot is located 32 km east of Kathmandu, Nepal in Bhaktapur District. It is a perfect day visit to let yourself outcast from the hassle and busy Kathmandu city. Nagarkot hike is a sheer blaze of glory to savor the beauty of lush hills, dramatic views of the mountain and pristine air. Nagarkot offer one […]
Nagarjuna is a close hill of Kathmandu. It is believed legendary Manjushree saw the valley over 4000 years ago and named it Nagarjuna. Nagarjuna is also recalled as historical Jamacho Peak (6300ft) and can be reached roundabout 15 minutes by car and 2 and half hour up to the Nagarjuna hill. The hill has renowned […]
Lalitpur valley is renowned for Patan Durbar square and most favorable seasons for a tour are March, April, May, September, October, and November. The Durbar is the 3rd Royal largest city after Kathmandu and Bhaktapur Durbar square. Patan Durbar Square is situated about 5km south of Kathmandu valley. Patan is the birthplace of great artists […]
Chisapani is situated to the north of the Kathmandu valley. A day tour de Chisapani is well favored for the magnificent outlooks of snow capped mountain, green terraces, and beautiful Nepali village. The trek is short, easy and well like. The trek begins from Kathmandu, taking 1-hour drive to Sundarijal. And from The Sundarijal taking […]
Kathmandu city, the capital of Nepal is renowned as a city of deity. Every corner of the city has temples, stupas, and gumbas. UNESCO listed heritage sites have mentioned 7 such heritages from Kathmandu. Our visit to Kathmandu offers art, culture, architecture, craftworks and monuments in the manifested pillars, buildings, walls and statues of the […]
Swayambhunath stupa is one of the oldest Buddhist Stupa in Kathmandu Valley. It is located on a top hill, a perfect standpoint to see the whole Kathmandu valley. Swayambhunath stupa is also popularly known as the Monkey Temple for being a home to many monkeys. A Large statue of Buddha, monasteries, and gompas can be found here with the influence of Buddhism. The area has a significance of arts, craftworks, history and architectures. According to the legends, the stupa resides on the same place where legendary Manjushree had encountered a lotus in the valley lake.
Previously known as Bhadgaun, Bhaktapur is listed in the UNESCO World Heritage sites. Bhaktapur region has beautiful cultures, art, histories. Originally 99 courtyards but after 1934 deadly earthquake only 6 are remaining. Dattatrya, Nyatapola, and Taleju are the three major separate groups of a temple in Bhaktapur. Bhaktapur Durbar Square highlights the ancient arts of […]