Biding goodbye to the Pokhara city, today you will get back to Kathmandu. Enjoying the sights of the hills, highway shops, terraced fields, gushing rivers, you will finally land on Kathmandu.
After landing on Kathmandu, you will firstly visit the Swayambhunath stupa on your way.
Swayambhunath: Resting on a hillock of the Kathmandu valley, Swaymabhunath is located 3km from Kathmandu. Dedicated to Lord Buddha, Swayambhunath is one of the holiest Buddhist stupas in Nepal. Believed to date back to 460 A.D, it is said to have been evolved spontaneously from Lotus. The oldest known stupa of Nepal, Swayambhunath has numerous shrines, temples, and monasteries on its premises. Get details on the history of the formation of the site from our expert guide as you take a walk around and enjoy the panoramic views of the city from the hillock.
After exploring the site, you will join another venture to the UNESCO site, Kathmandu Durbar Square.
Kathmandu Durbar Square: Located at the heart of the capital city, Kathmandu Durbar square is one of the famous attractions of the capital city. The former residence of the Royal family, Kathmandu Durbar Square is a centre major event like coronation, Indra Jatra, and Kumari Jatra together with other programs. The inner and outer courtyard of the square has a number of attractions and religious sites including the 5 storied temples, Taleju Bhawani, Shiva Parbati temple, the enormous statue of Kal Bhairav, big bell, and many other sites. Visit Kumari Ghar, the house of living goddess, and get full details on the site while you seek blessings from the little living goddess. Many structures around the square date back to the 16th century however, most of them were destructed by the earthquake of 2015. Explore every nook and cranny of the square while you admire the impeccable beauty of the gilded windows and doors of the temples and monuments built around.
In the evening, you will accompany us for a cultural dinner at a typical Nepali restaurant with cultural show.