Nepal World Heritage Site Tour
World Heritage Site tour has significant importance in the promotion of ethical and rural tourism. Knowing the fact that tourism helps the people living in rural areas, we have designed this tour to include these places. People living in rural areas could share their interests and needs. The tour also has an approach with the school children in a village and some deprived people in such areas.
These children and people could be benefited by such visits. The entire tour is inspired culturally so that a tourist coming from other parts of the world could enjoy it. World Heritage Site tour is designed especially for those people who would prefer a relaxed tour full of ethnic excursions.
Nepal World Heritage Sites
1. Pashupatinath Temple
2. Bouddhanath Stupa
3.Swoyambhunat h Stupa
4. Changunarayan Temple
5. Kathmandu Durbar Square
6.Patan Durbar Square
7.Bhaktapur Durbar Square
8.Chitawan National Park
9.Sagarmatha National Park
About Pashupatinath Temple
Pashupatinath Temple is the oldest and most Many legends are describing the famous Hindu temple in Kathmandu. It is not known for certain when Pashupatinath Temple was built. But according to Nepal Mahatmaya and Himvatkhanda, the deity here gained great fame there as Pashupati.
Pashupatinath Temple’s existence is recorded as early as 400 CE. The ornamented pagoda houses the Linga of Shiva. There are many legends describing how the temple of Aalok Pashupatinath came into existence here.
One legend says that Shiva and Parvati took the form of antelopes in the forest on the Bagmati River’s east bank. The gods later caught up with him and grabbed him by one of his horns, forcing him to resume his divine form. The broken horn was worshipped as a linga, but over time it was buried and lost.
Centuries later a herdsman found one of his cows showering the earth with milk, and after digging at the site, he discovered the divine linga of Pashupatinath.
Day 01: Kathmandu
Arrival at Kathmandu International Airport, meet our representative and transfer to Hotel.
Day 02: Kathmandu
After breakfast, guided city tour to the world heritage sites of the Capital: Swoyambhunath, Boudhanath and Pashupatinath, the sacred places of Kathmandu.
Day 03: Kathmandu – Patan – Bhaktapur
After breakfast, guided tour to the world heritage sites of Patan and Bhaktapur. Visit of “Mahaguthi Craft with a Conscience”, drive to Nagarkot.
Day 04: Chitwan
After breakfast, drive for six hours trip in a private bus/car to the national park of Chitwan, in South Nepal, transfer to a Resort.
Day 05: Chitwan
Full day activities: elephant safari, bird watching, and jungle walk with local guide, canoeing. In the evening, cultural program: Tharu stick dance.
Day 06: Chitwan
Meet the minority people-Tharu community. Visit a School where children could have environmental interaction programs with you.
Day 07: Lumbini
After breakfast, drive to Lumbini, Lord Buddha’s birthplace (623 BC), listed as listed as world heritage site by UNESCO. On the way, visit a craft workshop (fair trade): traditional bamboo items.
Day 08: Chitwan
After breakfast, continuation of the visit. The Sacred Garden where Buddha was born and the monasteries.
Day 09: Kathmandu
After breakfast, fly to Kathmandu. Transfer to Hotel, visit of Kathmandu Durbar Square, another world heritage site. In the evening, musical dinner with the Gandharbas, from an “untouchable” cast.
Day 10: Kathmandu
AM: Free time. PM: Documentary show in the evening about the Bagmati River, the God-River, which is now very dirty and in danger.
Day 11: Final Departure
After breakfast, farewell and transfer to the airport for departure.