The political, commercial and cultural hub of Nepal, Kathmandu is the first stop for the majority of visitors to the country. The Kathmandu valley contains three fabled cities – Kathmandu, Patan and Bhaktapur. Out of ten UNESCO World Heritage Sites, seven cultural heritage sites are in Kathmandu Valley. The history of the valley begins with the Buddhist saint Manjushree who slashed a passage through the surrounding hills to drain out the primordial waters and make it inhabitable. Over the centuries, a refined urban civilization emerged, built on a unique synthesis of Hinduism and Buddhism.
Dynasties came and went. Trade and the arts flourished. Its deeply religious Newar inhabitants built fabulous cities and artistic temples that attracted devout pilgrims as well as rampaging invaders. In the late 18th century, following the founding of modern Nepal within more or less the present boundaries, Kathmandu was made the capital. Kathmandu, the largest city in Nepal is situated at an altitude of 1,350m.
Day 01: Arrival in Kathmandu (1,300m)
Day 02: Kathmandu Sightseeing – Trek Preparation
Day 03: Kathmandu – Sundarijal Drive & Sundarijal – Chisapani Trek (2,300m): 5 – 6 hrs
Day 04: Chisapani – Nagarkot (2,156m): 5 – 6 hrs
Day 05: Nagarkot – Nala Banepa (1,440m) – Bhaktapur sightseeing – Kathmandu: 4 -5 hrs
Day 06: Departure from Nepal
Hotel in Kathmandu bed and breakfast
Airport pick up drop
Trekking Meals (lunch,Breakfast,Dinner) Tea coffee
All the document Process and Permits
What’s not included
Insurance it has to be covered rescue in case of emergency
Alcoholic beverage and soft drinks Mineral water / wifi/ batteries chargse