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sight seeing
Sight Seeing

Sightseeing in Nepal

Discover the Kathmandu Valley

The Kathmandu Valley:

The Kathmandu Valley is very fertile and is therefore the Centre for Agriculture and Trade for the region. Here, the Hindu and Buddhist culture flow into each other, resulting in an exciting cultureal mixture. This mixcan be seen in the large number of temples, shrines, monasteries and pagodasn in Kathmandu and Patan. If you drive out a little way from central Kathmandu, you feel yourself transported back a hundred years. The rural village life is in stark contrast to our modern lives. However even in these remote rual communities the TV and mobile phone are well intgranted into village life.
 We offer guided hikes around the Kathmandu Valley with our knowledgeable and friendly guides. We also organize tours to the famous religious and cultural sites of Kathmandu. The tours are led by experienced and certified guides. All tours are tailored to your personal wishes.
Let us guide you through the history of Kathmandu.

View to Kathmandu

Kathmandu Durbar Square:

Kathmandu Durbar Square was the seat of power in the kingdom until the end of last century. Here you will find a wonderful collection of ancient temples, palaces, courtyards and busy streets. Among this multitude of sights, the Hanuman Dhoka palace complex is the most impressive. But the "living goddess" and the "Temple Taleja" excite and fascinate every visitor.

Patan Durbar Square:

Patan is one of the three royal cities in the Kathmandu Valley, it sits in the vally 5 km south of Kathmandu. Durbar Square in Patan is sourrounded by magnificent monuments. The old Royal Palace dominates adding magical charm and dignity of this complex from the 16th Century. Here you can also find the temple of Krishna Mandir which is richly decorated and was an incarnation of Vishnu ordained. Other attractions within the complex are the wonderful Tushahity, Sundarichowk, Taleju temple. The Golden Temple and the Terracotta Temple Maha Buddha are the highlights in the area.

Bhaktapur Durbar Square:

Bhaktapur is the third largest city in Nepal after Kathmandu and Pantan and is located about 14 km east of Kathmandu. Of the three royal cities of Bhaktapur Durbar Square is by far the best preserved. Bhaktapur has three large squares, the Durbar Square, the Square and the Taumadhi Tacapal Square sorounded by the old streets and alleys of the city.

 Here the city exudes a medieval aura. On one side of Durbar Square lies the king's palace the eastern part of the palace complex, the "Palace of 55 windows" was completely destroyed by an earthquake in 1934, but rebuilt in its original form. By a gilded Brass Gate (Sun Dhoka), you canenter the courtyards of the palace. This gate is one of the most beautiful and most precious arches in the world.


You can reach us:

Dipak Lama

B.O.Box 21305
44600 Kathmandu, Nepal
Mobil: 9841466911