Full-Day Sightseeing Tour of Kathmandu valley consists of must-see attractions of Kathmandu which displays the culture, arts, architecture and tradition of Nepal. This tour is for those who want to see to explore all the beautiful aspects of Nepal but has a limited time. Therefore, the main objective of this tour is about exploring highlights of Nepal by visiting major attractions of Kathmandu valley. It is a guided tour and consists of visiting historically and culturally rich places.
The full-day sightseeing tour includes places like Swayambhunath, Bouddhanath, Pashupatinath, and Patan Durbar Square. The durbar squares signify the historical background of Nepal as well as the art and culture of Nepal. Around the palaces, you will get to meet and see one of the dominant ethnic groups of Nepal i.e. Newar community. The community represents the culture, tradition, and customs of many other different ethnic groups. Also, observe the unique architectural designs of the palace and authentic art and craft done on the windows, doors, pillars, and balconies. The windows and doors are made of wood and the designs are handcrafted. And to look at the spiritual side of Nepal, religiously important places like Swayambhunath, Boudhanath, and Pashupatinath is a must-see places. The shrines, monuments, and statues seen in these places have their particular meaning.
The full-Day Sightseeing tour is designed to display Nepal’s exceptionally rich art, culture, and unique architecture. Join Himalayan social Journey and explore the classic beauty of Nepal.
Our guide and driver will pick you up from your place (Hotel) at about 9:30 am and your guided sightseeing tour starts from Swyambhunath following with Bouddhath, Pashupatinath, and Patan Durbar Square. You will have your lunch at Bouddha and you will be escorted to your hotel in the late afternoon.
To be honest you don’t have to be a runner to enjoy the trek. But the preparation will probably save you a lot of pain and suffering on the trail and help you to enjoy your experience there. The suggestions we have for physically preparing is to take good, long, brisk walks, preferably wearing a pack with a similar load that you’ll be carrying. Cycling and swimming are also great alternatives too, as is just about anything that gets your cardio working. Do some breathing exercise to get more oxygen into your lungs? Watch for signs of altitude sickness: symptoms include headaches, dizziness, sleeplessness, loss of appetite and breathlessness. Bring a supply of the medication Diamox for treatment; if symptoms persist, descend. Trekking to Everest Base Camp may not be the trip for everyone as it is quite a physically demanding experience, and when you combine high altitude with plenty of climbs, you may get a recipe for suffering. But normal, average, travelers can do Everest Base Camp trek.
Most of the tea houses do have western-style flushing toilets. But in higher elevation, you may also find the traditional type of toilet made of either a ceramic basin on the ground or few planks precariously positioned over a hole in the ground and it is situated outside the room.
Travel insurance & rescue when travelling to a remote destination like Nepal is strongly advised. It should provide adequate protection for the full duration of the tour. Your insurance policy must cover all the activities that you will be undertaking during your stay in Nepal such as helicopter rescue, cancellation, air ambulance, injury, death, lost baggage, theft, liability, medical treatment, and cover repatriation and personal expenses. If a client becomes ill, all hospital expenses, doctors’ fees, and repatriation costs are the client’s responsibility. For reliable travel insurance, we have the suggestion of some of the best insurance companies: Cover more or Europe assistance or Travel Direct- TID. We have an agreement with Helicopter Company to do the payment of Helicopter evacuation after we collect the payment with you once you have been rescued. And the reimbursement responsibility from your insurance company will go up to you. Be sure your policy specifically covers helicopter evacuation and does not exclude mountaineering or alpinism.
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