Kathmandu Urban Tour

  • 4
  • 1000 USD
  • Single or in small groups.

Trip Overview

  • Starts at: Kathmandu
  • Country:Nepal
  • Ends at: Kathmandu
  • Duration : 4 days
  • Trip Route: Kathmandu City- Pashupatinath- Bhaktapur- Patan-Kritipur- Bungamati- Boudhanath- Changu Narayan
  • Trip Level: Easy

Trip Highlights

  • Temples and stupas from the Licchavi and Malla Periods in Kathmandu, Patam, Changu Narayan and Bhaktapur are World Heritage Sites.
  • Pashupatinath is one of the holiest sites for Hindus, while Swayamunath and Boudhanath are among the topmost prominent Buddhist Sites in the world.

Trip Information

Outline Itinerary

  • Day 01: Arrival to Kathmandu (1,300 metres)
  • Day 02: Sightseeing around Kathmandu
  • Day 03: Hiking and Sightseeing
  • Day 04: International departure

Detailed Itinerary

We receive you upon your arrival at Tribhuvan International Airport, in Kathmandu. 20 to 25 minutes drive from the airport in our private vehicle takes you to a hotel in Thamel, an important hub for the trekkers and adventurers. You have time to take rest. In the evening, we organise a welcome dinner in a Nepali restaurant with cultural dance. We would hold a meeting over the dinner to draw plans on your trekking.

Included Meals:Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner

Kathmandu City: Stroll along the trading roads in the old town centre around Asan Tole with the ancient Basantapur and Durbar Square Temple and palace area; continue to the Bagmati Heritage Walkway’s ghats and temples between Bagmati Bridge to Bisnumati River.Pashupatinath: The main Hindu Temple and pilgrimage area just west of Kathmandu.Bhaktapur: The most intact and largest cityscape of the Malla Period, with the main squares with royal buildings and pagodas as the centrepieces. Please show respect when observing cremations and ceremonies, here as elsewhere.Patan/Lalitpur: Temples around the central Durbar Square and old city architecture make for a compact visit with a must-see urban traverse through a vibrant museum of Artisian lanes, living quarters, s, and temples to the Patan Gate. Be sure to visit Patan Museum!Kritipur: Off the main track the smallest of the Malla Royal cities in itself a living museum and less touched by tourism. It is located to the South of Kathmandu, near Tribhuvan University.

Included Meals:Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner

Bungamati: An old Newar village, known for its beautiful woodcarvings. Sadly this charming village was badly hit by the April 2015 Earthquake.Boudhanath: The largest stupa in the world, Boudhanath is a respite from the busy Urban World Outside its gates and lend itself to contemplation and Kora Walks. The centre of Tibetan Buddhist life in the Kathmandu area is generally a more active place than Swaymbunath. Come before sunset and enjoy walking slowly around the stupa as the sky darkens and the place lights up.Changunarayn: A fair walkout from Bhaktapur or a bike ride from Sundarijal, this temple complex to Vishnu is amongst the oldest and finest in the valley. Can be done as a part of a visit to Nagarkot as well.

Included Meals:Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner

Backpackers Adventure Trek arranges to send you to the airport three hours before the scheduled flight time.

Included Meals:Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner

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      Trekking in the Himalayas requires equipment and footwear according to the season and the location. A single trek can start in the warm and humid climate in the lowlands, and bring you to passes above 5,000m. Solid trainers (“sneakers”) are adequate on most trails but bring sturdy boots for crossing passes that may be covered with snow. Climbing expeditions requires special equipment. Sandals and flip-flops are practical for an evening in lodges or camp. You can buy any kind of footwear in Nepal. No, it is not possible to live off the land in Nepal. You cannot just set off into the woods with a little money, a basket and a fishing rod and expect to manage on your own, Not only is the vegetation where there are fruit, wild herbs and other wild edibles limited, private community-owned, but fish is sparse and hunting is forbidden. It can also be difficult to buy food locally due to scarcity and poverty.

      • Sleeping: Tent, Sleeping bag, Sleeping pad and Silk liner.
      • Hiking: Rucksack, Hiking boots, Camp shoes, Wool socks, Lightweight trekking pants, Trekking shorts, T-Shirts and Undergarments.
      • Accessories: Water purification, Water bottles, Cap/Hat, Hiking poles, Sunglasses, Head Touch Light, Reading materials, Journal and pens, Camera with extra batteries, Daypack, Heavy-duty duffle bag and Gators.
      • Personal Supplies: Sun Lotion, Hand sanitiser, Toiletries, Bar soap, Face/body wipes, Washing liquid, Lip balm and Medications (If necessary).
      • Extras: Duct tape, First aid kit and Extra pp size photo and photocopies of passport.

      Included / Exlcuded

      Cost Includes:

      • Airport pickup and drop services in a private transportation before and after the trek.
      • Accommodation in Kathmandu Valley as per the Itinerary with Bed and Breakfast.
      • Round Trip Flight with tax (Kathmandu to Lukla and then Lukla To Kathmandu) including for the trekking guide.
      • Three Meals(Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner) everyday during the trek.
      • Best available twin sharing room for accommodation during the trek.
      • One experienced English speaking, helpful, friendly and most importantly government certified trekking Guide
      • Guide assisted by Porters(1 porter for 2 people) with their lodging and food, salary and insurance.
      • Assistant Guide for the group of over 8 people with his meal, accommodation, salary and insurance.
      • Down Jacket, Sleeping bag and duffel bag( Down Jacket and sleeping bags must to be returned)
      • Backpackers Adventure Trek T-Shirt and trekking map.
      • First aid medicine kit carried by the trekking guide,
      • Sagarmata ( Everest) National Park Entry Fee
      • Trekkers Information Management System(TIMS) Registration card system
      • Necessary Documentation, all government taxes and agency service charge
      • Complimentary welcome or farewell dinner in Kathmandu at a cultural resturant

      Cost Excluded

      • Meals not specifies in the meal inclusions in the itinerary section.
      • International airfare, Nepal visa fee payable at on arrival
      • Lunch and dinner in the cities (also in the case of early returns and late departures than the scheduled itinerary)
      • Personal trekking and adventure gear, clothing and accessories
      • Extra supporting staff, laundry, battery charge, and communication expenses (such as internet charges)
      • Personal expenses like tea/coffee, bar bill and beverage, snacks, hot shower, etc
      • Travel and medical insurance, emergency evacuation/natural disaster or personal reasons.
      • In any case of natural calamities, mishaps or anything beyond our control or Ff you leave the trek voluntarily and want to return from the trek earlier than scheduled itinerary, the costs are not refundable and transferable
      • Tips and gratitude for the members of the trekking staffs
      • Any further services not mentioned in Cost Includes section



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