Starting the day with an early morning breakfast, you will join for an amazing experience around the Hindu and Buddhist shrines of the valley. Initiating the visit from the hillock, Swayamabhunath, you will visit the holiest Hindu temple in Nepal, Pashupatinath.
Swayambhunath: Commonly known as the Monkey temple, Swayambhunath is a famous Hindu and Buddhist pilgrimage site. The 13 gold plated spires above the compassionate eyes of Buddha symbolizes the 13 stages of enlightenment in Buddhism. Apart from the unique domed structure, the heritage site is accompanied by the Vajra statue, Harati temple, Peace pond, Monastery, and playful monkeys are some major attraction of the area.
Pasupatinath: Located on the bank of the holy Bagmati River, Pashupatinath temple is the sacred Hindu pilgrimage site. Erected by the Licchavi King, Prachanda Dev in the 5th century, the Pagoda style temple has a golden pinnacle and beautifully carved wooden rafters with numerous temples and shrines in the inner and outer complex of the area.
With a brief exploration of the site, you will be transferred to Nagarkot.
One hour and 30 minutes' drive from the capital city takes you into the famous hill station of the valley, Nagarkot. Famous for its amazing sunrise/sunset views, the place is overwhelmed by visitors from around the world throughout the year. The most wonderful thing about Nagarkot is that you can even witness the majestic panorama of the world's highest mountain, Mount Everest. Aside from the Everest, you can also enjoy the views of Manaslu, Ganesh, Jugal, and many more. After witnessing the magical moment in the hill station, you will end the day at the hotel after dinner.