Kathmandu Tour: 5 days

Good to Know
  • Duration 5 Days
  • Difficulty Level Easy
  • Max. Altitude 1910.00m
  • Group Size 2+
  • Trip Starts Kathmandu
  • Trip Ends Kathmandu
  • Group Style Group and Private
  • Activities Cultural And Historical Excursion, Mountain Flight
  • Best Season September to June


  • Explore the architectural marvels of Kathmandu Durbar Square and all the monuments and artifacts inside the area.
  • Visit the hilltop location of Swoyambhunath Stupa and get a 360-degree view of the Kathmandu valley and the four eyes of Buddha.
  • Get an opportunity to see the temples and places built in Pagoda and Shikar styles with artistic wooden carvings, stone sculptures and metalworks.
  • Capture the beauty of the Krishna Temple, Golden Temple, Khumbeshwor temple and many more in Patan Durbar Square.
  • Visit the Buddhist monasteries of Boudhanath Stupa while seeing art galleries, souvenir shops and cafes around the area.
  • Explore the oldest Hindu temple in Nepal, the Pashupatinath Temple.

Trip Introduction: Kathmandu Tour 5 Days

Kathmandu is the capital city of Nepal, located in the Bagmati Province. The magical city is home to seven of the UNESCO World Heritage Sites, which have historical, religious, cultural, and architectural importance. The UNESCO sites include three Durbar Squares: Kathmandu, Bhaktapur, and Lalitpur Durbar Square. Other heritage sites are Pashupatinath Temple, Swoyambhunath Stupa, Boudhanath Stupa, and Changunarayan Temple.

Kathmandu Tour, among the tours in Nepal, focuses mainly on a world heritage site of ancient culture, arts, and Hindu Buddhist tribal traditions. Kathmandu Valley is considered a beautiful valley with a living gallery of Nepalese ethical group practices comprised of Hindu and Buddhist religions. Kathmandu Day Tour is not only famous for the culture and Durbar Square, but a tremendous natural hill like Nagarkot, Bungmati, Khokana, and Chobar also offers you delightful scenery of high mountains, landscapes, and wonderful villages. Sightseeing places include the most precious UNESCO World Heritage Sites, which were built by the Mallas kings of the segregation states. Kathmandu is assembled with less-viewed local cultural villages, sanctums, and legends that still have proof of existence and treasure for the ancient hidden temples (known as the city of temples), colorful bazaars, and monuments. The guided tours in Kathmandu have the friendliest local people, and the hospitality will make your tour successful and memorable.

Tours in Kathmandu start with the sightseeing tours just around the cities nearest UNESCO World Heritage Sights, an eye-appealing tantalize of numerous high mountain views from mountain flight, a senior natural view from the Nagarkot and the ethical Newari culture practices in different forms in Bungmati, Kritipur and Khokana. So, the Kathmandu tour is considered a combination of all the attractions contained in Nepal. Without doing tours in Kathmandu, it is difficult to know about Nepal's art, history, and religions.

What to Expect on the Kathmandu 5-Day Tour?

Kathmandu, as the capital city of Nepal, is the most popular city in the country. Thamel, which is considered the tourist hub of Nepal, is the prime location for foreigners. Thamel can be a place for markets, shopping for gear, equipment or any other materials. The nightlife in Thamel is quite vibrant and favorable for those who seek to immerse themselves in music, dance or other means of entertainment.

Kathmandu city tour with Trekking Planner Nepal takes individuals towards prominent locations. The initial tour commences at Kathmandu Durbar Square, Swoyambhunath and Patan Durbar Square. Later, the trip moves towards Pashupatinath temple, followed by Boudhanath and Nagarkot. The final day of the Kathmandu day tour takes visitors towards Bhaktapur Durbar Square, after which the journey comes to an end.

The major attractions of these places are listed below with brief description:

Kathmandu Durbar Square: The Durbar Square is located in the center of Kathmandu near the Old Malla King’s Royal Palace. Another popular name for Kathmandu Durbar Square is Hanumandhoka Durbar Square or Basantapur Durbar Square. The area is marked with meticulously carved monuments and architecture representing the Newari community, who are the natives of the place. The top attractions in Kathmandu Durbar Square are:

  • Hanuman Dhoka Palace: The Hanuman Dhoka Palace consists of a standing stone statue of Hanuman, who is known as the monkey god. The Hindu deity stands in the main entryway of Durbar Square.
  • Kala Bhairab: Kala Bhairab is a stone sculpture dedicated to the Hindu god Shiva. The 12-foot-tall statue represents the god of justice. The Hindu god is believed to have been discovered by King Pratap Malla in the paddy fields. Now, various pilgrims and travelers come with offerings and seek blessings from the god. It is worshipped by both Hindu and Buddhist worshippers.
  • Shiva Parvati Temple: The Shiva Parvati Temple is a Hindu temple located in Kathmandu Durbar Square. The temple consists of two wooden figures of Shiva and Parvati looking out from the central window on the first floor.  
  • Nasal Chowk: The Nasal Chowk, which was used as a coronation platform in ancient history, is in the center of the courtyard in Basantapur Durbar Square. The chowk is decorated with woodcarvings, intricate medieval architecture and the monument of Pratap Malla.
  • Mohan Kali Chowk: A statue of the goddess Mohan Kali is kept there. It's a serene area with artistic features that enhance the square's appeal as a cultural hub.
  • Sundari Chowk: It is situated in Kathmandu Durbar Square and has outstanding examples of Newar architecture, especially the Sunken Bath and ornate windows. A serene courtyard that embodies the timeless beauty of Nepali architecture.

Swoyambhunath Temple: It is an ancient religious complex located in the hilltop area of Kathmandu Valley. The Swoyambhunath temple is also known as the Monkey Temple due to the presence of holy monkeys in and around the area. The temple is a blend of Hindu and Buddhist religions with gurus and monks in the temple area. The complex consists of a white dome-shaped stupa, shrines, and temples. There is also a Tibetan monastery museum and library in the locality. Visitors can enter the stupa while climbing 365 stairs, marking the 365 days of the year. Similarly, you can see shop vendors along the eastern staircase showcasing items to sell.

Patan Durbar Square: Patan Durbar Square, situated in the Lalitpur district of Nepal is another marvel of Newari architecture. There are many temples and statues in the region, which is a blend of Hindu and Buddhist religions, that are harmoniously residing in Nepal. A fascinating full-day tour with the chance to see artists in action is provided by Holiday Tours Nepal. Among the main attractions are:

  • Krishna Temple: the Krishna temple located in Durbar Square is dedicated to Lord Krishna, who is believed to be an incarnation of Hindu god Vishnu. The Shikhara-style monument consists of three tiers where the first floor enshrines Krishna, second lord Shiva and third Lokeshwor.
  • Khumbeshwor: It is a small Hindu temple that contributes to the ethnic richness of the square with its stunning woodcarvings and architecture.
  • Rudra Varna Mahavihar: Also known as Uku Bahal, the Rudra Varna Mahavihar is a popular attraction in Patan Durbar Square. The area around the Mahavihar contains three courtyards, each with its own features. Its exquisite courtyard and distinctive Newari woodcarvings, which highlight Nepal's cultural legacy, date back to the 17th century.
  • The Ashoka Stupas: The Ashoka stupas at Nepal's Patan Durbar Square are believed to have been constructed by Indian Emperor Ashoka in the third century B.C. These stupas made of stone and brick are significant both historically and religiously. These are important artifacts that bear witness to Nepal's ancient Buddhist and Mauryan Empire connections. The stupas constitute a significant component of the region's historical legacy, although they are not as noticeable as other monuments in the square. Visitors will understand the historical significance and architectural simplicity of Patan Durbar Square as they explore.

Pashupatinath Temple: Pashupatinath Temple is the oldest Hindu temple in Kathmandu Valley, which is located in the eastern part of Kathmandu along the banks of the Bagmati River. The major attractions of Pashupatinath are:

  • Mukhalinga: It is a sacred stone representation of Lord Shiva's face, a revered object of worship in Hinduism.
  • Guhyeshwari Temple: It is a prominent Hindu shrine where the goddess Sati's "yoni" emblem, which represents divine feminine energy and spirituality, is worshipped.
  • Gorakhnath Temple: It is devoted to Guru Gorakhnath, a respected figure in Hinduism's Nath lineage. It's a place of spiritual significance and meditation.
  • Western Cremation Ghats: Hindu death procedures are performed at the Western Cremation Ghats in the Pashupatinath Temple complex. Along the holy Bagmati River, they provide a dark site for outdoor cremations, a highly important ritual in Hindu culture.

Boudhanath Temple: The Boudhanath stupa is a semi-circle-shaped white stupa with a pinnacle at the top, which symbolizes Mt. Sumeru (the king of mountains). This stupa is wrapped in prayer flags and surrounded by prayer wheels that are encrypted with Buddhist chants and mantras. You can see the all-seeing eyes of the Buddha, which represent a symbol of method and wisdom. Similarly, monks and pilgrims circle the stupa and spin these prayer wheels, which are believed to bring one closer to enlightenment.

The major attractions in and around the Boudhanath stupa are as follows:

  • Ajima Temple: Temple of Goddess Mamo Pusaki, who is known as the protector of the stupa. It is located to the north of the main Boudhanath stupa.
  • Historical Pond and Ghyoilisang Peace Park: the pond is located to the northwest of the Boudhanath stupa, and it is also known as Ghyoilisang in the Tamang language.
  • Guru Lhakhang Monastery: the monastery is believed to be the oldest Nyingma monastery in the area. The main attraction in the monastery is the beautiful statues of Guru Padma Sanbhava, Amitabha Buddha, and Arya Avalokiteshwara.
  • Jhamchen Lhakhang Monastery: the monastery has a 32-foot-high statue of Maitreya Buddha. The Jhamchen Lhakhang Monastery is preserving Sakya tradition and ritual practice.
  • Samtenling Monastery: This is the oldest and first-ever Tibetan monastery built in the Boudhanath and is located on the east side of the main stupa.
  • Dilyak Yebam Monastery: This monastery is also known as the Dhapsang Monastery of the Thousand Buddhas. Here, all the Buddhists practice rituals and other religious activities.

Nagarkot: It is a pristine location located 32 km east of Kathmandu in the Bhaktapur district of Nepal. The Nagarkot Valley is an amazing location to view the Himalayas of the Kathmandu Valley, which include the Annapurna range, Manaslu range, Ganesh Himal range, Langtang range, Jugal range, Rolwaling range, and many more, with mesmerizing views of the Kathmandu valley and Shivapuri National Park. The hilltop location is an amazing destination to relax, enjoy a cup of tea, coffee, or lunch, and savor the wonderful views of the mountain range. Some of the notable mountain peaks that are visible from Nagarkot are Mt. Everest and Mt. Langtang, as long as the weather is clear and the sky is unobstructed. Similarly, the Nagarkot View Tower is an excellent destination to watch the sunrise and sunset. It is a great spot to enjoy the peace while staying in the lap of nature.

Bhaktapur Durbar Square: The Bhaktapur Durbar Square is the royal palace complex located in Bhaktapur district of Nepal. The Durbar Square is a museum of medieval art and architecture that has many wooden carvings that are intricately placed in the monuments and artifacts. Similarly, there are various attractions in the area, which are as follows:

  • 55 Window Palace: With 55 exquisitely carved windows that highlight Newar's artistry and historical value, it is a breathtaking architectural wonder.
  • Golden Gate: The Golden Gate at Bhaktapur Durbar Square is dedicated to the Taleju Bhawani Temple. It is one of the architectural marvels in Durbar Square. Its exquisitely carved wooden door, covered in gold and adorned with figures from mythology and spirituality, is a famous symbol of Bhaktapur's rich cultural heritage.
  • Lions Gate: there are two large and majestic lions, which are placed on either side along with other ancient buildings and artifacts.
  • Mini Pashupati Temple: Located directly south of the Vatsala Durga temple, the Pashupatinath temple is also known as the Yakeshvara temple. The temple is a scaled-down replica of the renowned Pashupatinath temple in Kathmandu.
  • Vatsala Temple: It is a Shikar-style temple that is located on the east side of Durbar Square. This temple is dedicated to the Vatsala manifestation of the female deity Durga. The temple is known for its dog-barking bell, which is believed to produce a death kneel when it is rung up.
  • Nyatapola Temple: One of the most famous temples of the area, it is located in the central part of Bhaktapur. The Nyatapola temple means five tires in Newari language, which translates to the symbolism of five elements.  The temple is dedicated to Sidhilaxmi, who is the Hindu goddess of supreme power and success.
  • Bhairava Nath Temple: This temple is dedicated to the god of terror and death Bhairavnath.
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    As your aircraft lands at Kathmandu airport, you will be welcomed and transferred to your hotel. In case of your time adequacy, our guide will take you around the local old market where you will get an opportunity to feel lifestyle of the diverse range of Kathmandu. Later on this evening you will be picked up from your hotel for a cultural dinner.

      On the first day of full day tour in Kathmandu, you will be busy at three of the seven UNESCO cultural sites. This tour does not offer only informative monumental sight and pleasure but also the blessings from Kumari, the living goddess. In the first spot, you will be surrounded by a number of temples and old royal palace as the heart of the town. Artistic courtyards with sculptured structures, awesome architecture and living goddess Kumari are the main highlights of this site. A museum inside the Durbar presents memorials of the monarchs from Shah Dynasty.

      Monuments to visit in Kathmandu Darbar Square:

      Kumari Bahal- In Local language we call Kumari for Living goddess. Some books mentioned princes for her. Bahal is a local monastery design in quadrangle design; this is an official house of a Living Goddess. Kumari cult is a living harmony of Hinduism and Buddhism. Selection process is similar like Dalai Lama. She is reincarnation of Goddess Taleju. We select young girls at an early age, normally they are chosen when they are 3- 5 years old. They get retired after first menstruation.

      Kalabhairab- The god of justice, in the 17th century it was used to store the truth as a lie detector. now people still pray for good luck. Kasthamadap- 12th-century wooden temple constructed using one huge tree. Name of Kathmandu also derived from this temple. kathmandu means Wooden temple, this is the wooden temple. Freak Street- in 1960 many hippies came and enjoyed here.

      Shiva Parvati Temple- Shiva and his wife watching from a window so we need to do good karma.

      Big bell- still active every day at 9 AM we ring it. it is about 1000 kg so the person who is employed to ring it gets one liter of milk every day.

      Taleju Temple- 16th century Pagoda temple, was the tallest building till 1950, other people were not allowed to have higher houses than this temple. Living goddess-kumari is a reincarnation from this Taleju goddess.

      Nasal Chock- the main ceremonial courtyard of royal palace. it was last used in 2001 AD

      Mohan kali chock- Richest artwork on stone, metal and wood we can observe here.

      Sundari chock- Royal bath with snake carving on single piece stone,

      King's column- Pratap Malla's statue on the top of a pillar, was destroyed by the earthquake in 1934 and re-erected again

      Swayambhunath, ‘The Self Existent’ stupa, is often referred to as ‘the Monkey Temple’ due to large troops of tricky monkeys found in its premises. It’s almost 2600 years old Buddhist shrine. This is also a place to have bird's eye view on Kathmandu tour since the hillock presents the picture of the entire town. Being the second largest town in the valley, Patan proffers the huge number of monuments with Newari and Buddhist monuments in general. Here, we will visit historical Patan Durbar Square surrounded by pagoda and octagonal temples. Five storied Kumbheswar temples, Golden temple, Rudravarna monastery and so forth are the places to visit there. In addition, while being at Tibetan Refugee Camp, you will witness how the Tibetans weave carpets manually. Overnight at hotel.

        Morning Everest Mountain flight - This flight goes around Himalaya’s up to Everest and return to Kathmandu airport.

        After mountain, flight transfer back to the hotel for breakfast and after breakfast, the tour goes as below;

        This day blends city and countryside trip. We start from Pashupatinath, the most famous Hindu shrine on the subcontinent. This trip offers an approach to understand cremation system in Nepal since you will see open public crematorium on the bank of holy river Bagmati. While visiting this temple of destroyer and re-creator lord Shiva, you will get chance to move toward dreadlocked holy men as well. Now, our journey of Kathmandu tour heads to Boudhanath, one of the largest stupas in the world. Bouddhanath pretends as mini Tibet due to the presence of various Tibetan monasteries and Tibetan exiles. The shrine dates back to 4th century and is regarded as a must-visit site for the Tibetans. Apart from these, there are a number of Thanka painting schools producing the best souvenirs from Nepal. Leaving the crowd and noise of a city, the tour takes the turn to the countryside. It’s the distant point of your tour around Kathmandu in this package. Observing farmland, a lifestyle of locals and passing dozens of turnings, we will reach Nagarkot, ‘The Fort of the Town’. This place is ever praised for gigantic Mountain View along with sunrise and sunset. Enjoy the stunning act of the sun when it gets ready to disappear at the horizon. Overnight at resort.

          This morning, you will capture a picturesque scene of sunrise from the resort at Nagarkot. After breakfast, we will drive to Bhaktapur, the medieval city. An infinite number of cultural and historic courtyards, enormous temples with mostly appreciated design (e.g. Nyatapola) and indeed, arty Durbar are the awesome features of this town. After exploring Bhaktapur, we will drive back to Kathmandu where you will have a free afternoon. Overnight at the hotel.

            Today after breakfast you will be picked up from the hotel by tour guide and take you towards Kirtipur.

            Kirtipur is a Newari ethnic settled village just 5 kilometers away from the capital city Kathmandu. Kirtipur is a beautiful twin hillock and has two satellite hamlets to the south i.e. Panga and Nagaon. In about 12 centenary histories of Nepal, it was a separate powerful state and the trade gateway to Kathmandu Valley. While in the deification by Gurkha force also it took three times which indicate the most powerful state at that time. Remains of the fortified walls and part of the original 12 gates can still be seen. In this tour even it is Newari place there are more different in culture and tradition. Beside the village visit, there are also some interesting temples such as Bag Bhairav, Chlanchu Vihar etc.

            Chobhar is famous for its gorge said to have been cut by the god Manjushri to drain the water from the Kathmandu Valley which was at that time a lake. On a hilltop, there is a small pagoda dedicated to Adinath. From this point, one has a superb view of snow-clad mountain peaks. Chobhar is located eight kilometers south-west of Kathmandu.

            Bungmati and Khokana After a wonderful lunch at the hillside of Kathmandu you will proceed towards Khokana and Bungamati. Khokana and Bugmati is also a Newari village but very ancient from Kirtipur. Khokana is very famous for traditional and typical oil production center of ancient time and up to now. Apart from that Bugamatti is the famous place for traditional and cultural wood carving and a different authorized village for the ancient history center a bit apart from the city life of Kathmandu. This day can be your perfect day with the sceneries and full of hilly lifestyle and history.

            Later in the afternoon according to your flight time, we will transfer to international airport for farewell.

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            What's Included
            • International airport pick up and drop by private vehicle
            • Accommodation on twin sharing basis during the tours
            • Daily breakfast in the hotel before the tour
            • Professional local Tour Guide of Kathmandu city.
            • All transfer and sightseeing tour by private deluxe Car / Coach with Air condition
            • Trekking Planner Nepal’s T-shirt, cap and city maps
            • Welcome dinner in an authentic restaurant
            • First add kid box
            • All applicable government and local taxes per the itinerary
            What's Excluded
            •  Tour Entrances fees of the monuments
            •  Nepal visa- USD 25 upon arrival, at the airport, bring 2 Passport size photos
            •  Travel insurance
            •  Air fare and airport tax
            •  Special Drinks
            •  Cost of personal nature such as laundry, telephone, Tips etc.
            •  Cost not mentioned in above list
            •  Any day in the early morning Mountain flight tour of Mount Everest and Himalayan range Extra cost- USD 253- per person
            Departure Dates
            • This trip departs every day of the year.
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            • Yes, there is a specific entry fee for entering the Patan Durbar Square, and it costs an additional one to enter inside the Patan Golden Temple.

            • Casual, comfortable clothes in dark jungle colors will be the best during the jungle walk. Keep fancy clothes for the resorts and have comfy shoes to walk around the jungle. Please keep it simple while packing.

            • Trekking planner Nepal will send a representative to the airport upon the arrival of our clients, and the representatives will carry a nameplate. 

            • The visa is acquired on arrival at the Tribhuvan International Airport of Nepal.

            • Trekking planner Nepal provides accommodations near the city and is the best in class. We also arrange the accommodation according to the client's wishes.

            • Some historical highlights near the Kathmandu Durbar square are the temple of Kumari, Hanuman Dhoka Palace, Kal Bhairav temple, and Kasthmandap and Taleju temple.


            • Yes, there is a specific time the permits are open after 6.00am or 7.00 am till 5.00 or 6.00pm. There are compulsory entrance fees to visit the Kathmandu Durbar Square.

            • Trekking planner Nepal provides and arranges guides according to the needs and necessities of the clients, and audio tours are only available later.

            • Trekking planner Nepal arranges a vehicle to visit Swyambhunath from the desired location. It has an option to drop to the desired location.

            • Don't carry foods and other edible items in open hands during the walk, especially near the monkeys, as sometimes they can snatch the foods or other items from their hands, and watch out for cell phones and cameras as well.

            • No, there is no optional time during the day to visit Swyambhuanth, but visiting Swyambhunath in the morning can be refreshing, and going for a walk at Swyambu can also be a good stretching preparation before the trek.

            • The main attractions of Patan are Patan Durbar Square, Krishna Mandir, Golden Temple, Patan Museum, Patan Dhoka, and Mangal Bazar.

            • The local specialties and foods are juju dhau(king of curd) eat the dish, Yomari, bara and aloo, kwati, sel roti, chatamari, lakhamari, and sikarni These are the yummiest foods of Bhaktapur.

            • Patan's unique cultural events and festivals are Indra Jatra, Rato Machhindrantah Jatra, Mattaya festival, Maha Shivaratri and Gai Jatra.

            • The rituals travelers can witness at Pashupatinath are pooja(offerings), Abhishek (holy bath), Aart (worship and fire), cremation ceremonies, sadhus doing their religious practice, Maha Shivaratri and koti Rudra Samhita recitation.

            • No, there are no restrictions or dress codes for visitors at Pashupatinath, but wearing short clothes is not allowed, and wearing shoes inside the main temple is not allowed; wearing leather items is prohibited. I am mindful of the rituals and ask for permission before taking photographs.

            • If they are Hindus, visitors can get engaged in religious ceremonies and events at the temple.

            • Bouddhanath is a significant pilgrimage site that is listed as one the UNESCO World Heritage Sites, histories and Legends of Kassapa Buddha; it is a spiritual center is a hub with monasteries, temples, and shrines and is a cultural heritage with prayer flags, prayer wheels and fosters a serene and peaceful atmosphere which has global recognition.

            • Yes, there are specific practices like walking through the left, spinning prayer wheels, avoiding stepping on flags, maintaining silence, dressing modestly, avoiding disruptions, respecting local rituals, and seeking permission before taking photos.


            • Yes, there are various restaurants and hotels with rooftops around Bouddhanath with different types of food, which offer a panoramic view of the place with brilliant foods and drinks.

            • The main attraction point at Nagarkot is the sunrise view, a major highlight, and there are trekking trails to Changu Narayan from Nagarkot, which is a beautiful walk.

            • Yes, the recommended hiking trail is walking from Nagarkot to Changu Narayan via Tilkot, a 3-hour beautiful walk along the village of Nagarkot.

            • The area's architectural features and historical sites are 55 Window Palace, Nyatapola Temple, Bhairava Nath Temple, Vatsala Temple, Golden Gate entrance to the palace courtyard, art galleries, museums, stone spouts, wood carvings, and various brick structures.

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              "What a great experience my husband and I experienced in Kathmandu in Jan 2015. Deepak made our trip to Nepal fantastic. Emails were answered promptly and professionally. Our tours were catered to our needs without any issues and our guide Kedar was very knowledgeable and a fantastic ambassador. We will be coming back to Nepal to do some trekking and I will definitely be using the services of Deepak. Thank you for being there to collect us from the airport."


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