In the ancient period, the Kathmandu valley was called Nepal, and Nepal was called Kathmandu valley. Kathmandu valley is made up of three districts, Kathmandu, Lalitpur, Bhaktapur. These districts are largely dominated by the Newar community. Explore Kathmandu valley on this short itinerary of 2 nights and 3 days Nepal tour package within Kathmandu valley, learn Newari arts architecture, culture, and tradition can be observed throughout the valley. These three ancients mall kingdoms remain a center for arts and crafts, and artisan’s ancients to preserve and promote them.
On your 2 Nights, 3 Days Shortest Nepal Tour Package in Kathmandu valley, you can visit three Durbar Squares, a beguiling complex of buildings, temples, and courtyards. Kathmandu valley is a fascinating mixture of different religions and cultures. The visit to Kathmandu valley for two nights and three days offers an excellent introduction to Buddhist and Hindu art and religion.
The Himalayas may take you higher than ever, but the valley takes you deeper. There are more gods than people; as the saying goes, in the Malla civilization, with the number of temples more than the number of houses, the Kathmandu valley has seven UNESCO world heritage sites separated by a distance of roughly 28meters. But refreshingly and unlike so many of the world’s great archeological arenas, the ancient temples and monuments are still alive, charged with the energy of constant daily worship.
On this 2 Nights 3 Days Shortest Nepal Tour Package, you will explore Kathmandu valley, especially four significant landmarks such as Kathmandu Durbar Square, Pashupatinath, Swoyambhunath temple (Monkey Temple), Boudhanath Stupa.
Kathmandu Durbar square, one of the three major palace areas of Kathmandu valley, is an ancient palace with significant historical importance. Swayambhunath Stupa, the famous pilgrimage site for Buddhists, is situated on a beautiful hill. It is a holy Stupa among the ancient Buddhist Mahachaitya of the Kathmandu valley. It is located atop a mountain that can be observed from almost every part of Kathmandu valley. The tourists call the Stupa’ Monkey Temple’ as many monkeys live around the place. Swayambhunath Stupa was built in the 5th century during the Lichhavi period by Kushan Community.
The Pashupatinath Temple, located at Gaushala, Deupatan area of Kathmandu, is an important pilgrimage site for the Hindus. According to the religious scriptures, Lord Pashupatinath is worshiped as the protective deity of the Hindus. The temple is also one of the world’s most well-known Hindu holy sites. The Boudhanath stupa is an important sacred site for the followers of Buddhism. It is located northeast of the Kathmandu city center. The Stupa is regarded as the center of faith for the Buddhists. The entire area is known as Boudha. This is also considered the largest Stupa in Nepal. For more information on this tour, please click on Places to See In Kathmandu Valley | Attractions In Kathmandu Valley.
Your 2 Nights 3 Days Shortest Nepal Tour Package ends on day 3; our team transfers you to the international airport for your next destination. If you have a more extended holiday than the Nepal itinerary of 3 days and want to extend your stay, we have more attractive packages; please do not hesitate to contact us.
Upon arrival in Kathmandu, you will be picked up by our HimalayanWindows representative and transferred to the hotel. Depending on your arrival time; you can also visit Pashupatinath Temple or Boudhanath Temple in the evening.
Overnight at a hotel in Kathmandu
On this day after breakfast, our guide will pick you up from the hotel and take you for the whole day sightseeing; you will be touring Kathmandu Durbar Square, Swoyambhunath Temple (Monkey Temple), Boudhanath Temple, and Pashupatinath Temple. This full-day sightseeing completes in about 5-6 hours. In the evening, stroll around the Thamel area for the shopping and etc.
Overnight at the hotel in Kathmandu
Today, your 2 nights 3 days shortest Nepal Tour Package ends here. Our representative will transfer you to the international airport for your international flight back home or to another destination.
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Payment: A deposit of 30% of the total tour cost is required to book the tour with Himalayan Windows (HW). The remaining balance is to be paid three days prior to the departure date. Payment can be made via Wire Transfer or Credit Card. All credit card payments are securely processed and a bank fee applies.
Cancellation: For cancellations more than 30 days before the Tour Start Date, there will be no cancellation fee. If the cancellation happens within 29-4 days prior to the Tour Start Date, a charge of 30% of the total invoice amount will be applied. Cancellations occurring within 3 days or less of the start date or in the case of a no-show, 100% of the total invoice amount will be charged. Learn more about Terms and Conditions.
Accommodation: Accommodation is typically provided in twin rooms in cities, though a single supplement can be requested for an additional fee. During peak season, it can be difficult to find single or twin rooms in the mountains, so our lodges usually offer dormitory-style accommodation. Our priority is always to provide clean and safe rooms for our guests.
Meals: Our packages in Bhutan include full board meals, with breakfast, lunch, and dinner included. For treks, all meals are provided, but you will need to pay extra for drinking water and snacks.
Nepal Visa: If you are planning a trip to Nepal, you must have a valid passport and Nepal Visa. Depending on your country of origin, you may need to obtain a Nepal Tourist Visa before your arrival. To be eligible, your passport should be valid for a minimum of six months from your Tour Start Date. If you are planning on traveling to multiple countries on your trip, make sure to get a multi-entries Nepal Visa.
Bhutan Visa Clearance: All visitors to Bhutan must have a valid Bhutan Visa Clearance before their trip. To obtain it, you must submit a color-scanned copy of your passport, which must be valid for at least 6 months from the start date of your tour. Your tour operator will send you a Visa Clearance prior to your departure, which you must present at the Druk Air/Bhutan Airlines counter during check-in. Once you arrive at Paro Airport, your passport will be stamped with the original visa.
Tibet Group Visa (TGV): All travelers from any nation intending to go to Tibet from Nepal must obtain a Tibet Group Visa (TGV) in Kathmandu with the help of a tour operator. To ensure the successful application of the TGV, you should plan to arrive in Kathmandu 3-4 working days before your travel date. If you are coming from China, you will not require a TGV; instead, you will need a Chinese Visa and Permit. To find out more about the process of entering Tibet, please look into the Tibet entry procedure.
Nepal & Bhutan: Visiting Nepal and Bhutan at the same time is ideal as they share a similar climate. From high mountains to low land sub-tropical plains and jungles, the two countries have similar weather. The best time to visit is from March to April (spring) and October to December (autumn and early winter). During these months, the air is clean and fresh with sunny skies. January and February are colder months, while June, July, and August (summer) are typically monsoon seasons.
Tibet: It is best to visit Tibet between April and October when the weather is warm and the skies are clear. However, from November to March, it is still possible to explore certain areas like Namtso, Everest Base Camp, and Mount Kailash, as long as the roads are not blocked by snow. Temperatures during this time may be quite cold.
HimalayanWindows strongly recommends that anyone planning to travel in the Himalayas purchase Travel Insurance. This policy will provide coverage in the case of medical emergencies, evacuation, theft, loss of belongings, and last-minute tour/ticket cancellations. Having this protection in place will help ensure that your trip is safe and enjoyable.
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) about Nepal Tour and Trekking Do I Need A Visa To Enter Nepal? Yes, all foreigners, Except Indians, need a Nepalese visa to enter Nepal. Most nationals can get an on-arrival visa at the TIA airport. However, it is advised to consult with your nearby Embassy or Consulate of Nepal. What do I need to get my visa? You need to have a valid passport, some… Read More »