Kathmandu is famously known as the city of temples and the city of gods and goddesses has religious importance both to the followers of Hinduism and Buddhism. It's a spiritual land full of mystery and religious importance, so the history of the city itself has a story related to religion.
Mixed with different ethnic settlements dwelling together in the city of Kathmandu, visitors will be stunned to view the festival around the city, as the dwellers celebrate festivals more than the number of days in a year.
As the people are in a festive mood every day, visitors will be able to encounter all the ceremonies going around the city throughout the year. Uncountable numbers of Temples, Stupas, and Gumbas around make Kathmandu one of the unique and antic cities, an open living museum, and the heritage city of Nepal.
The narrow alleys around and people living in typical architectural buildings are fascinating views of the city with devotees everyday flourishing around the Temples and Stupa for their daily ritual ceremonies will make the tour one of the memorable moments for any travelers.
It's not a mere observing while being in Kathmandu, this valley is diverse with culture and religion carrying the live image of overall Nepal and is filled with the spiritual and mythical supremacy one can feel throughout the visit.
Kathmandu city day tour comprises of four UNESCO world heritage sites of Kathmandu Valley (which include three districts, namely Kathmandu, Bhaktapur, and Lalitpur) which has religious, historical as well as cultural importance.
Starting with the Swyambhunath Stupa famously known as the Monkey Temple, which lies at the top of hillock a beautiful place to view the Kathmandu valley, the Langtang Himalayan ranges, lovely stupas, and temples around filled with the monkeys surrounding the entire spectrum.
Further, you will be heading towards Patan Durbar Square, one of the oldest settlements of Kirat king; the Palace, Golden temple, Krishna mandir, Sundari Chok, Taleju temple, Royal bath, etc will be a soothing view to you and never to miss the Ashoka stupa build during 2nd century BC.
Heading further from Patan Durbar Square towards Pashupatinath, one of the holiest Hindu temples, where every year millions of devotees from around the world flock to pay homage to get liberation from their sin and also a place to view open cremation.
If you visit this spot during the Shivaratri Festival which falls during February, an easy view of Nanga Baba (necked Saddhu) smoking marijuana with devotees can be viewed. In a single-day festival, almost a million people from around the world visit Pashupatinath an important day for Lord Shiva during Shivaratri.
Finally, your tour will end after visiting Bouddhanath Stupa, one of the biggest stupa dedicated to Buddhism, a culturally mixed area for both Hindu and Buddhist religions.
With numerous monasteries around where you can experience lamas performing ritual ceremonies, praying flags, and strolling praying wheels around the stupa to get a blessing and finally enjoying your lunch at one of the rooftop restaurants, you will drive to your respective hotel.