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Trip Highlights

  • One day tour
  • Enjoy Nepal's cultural and historical place
  • All world heritage sites place

Kathmandu world heritage sites tour: When you visit Nepal for any purpose such as trekking, climbing or sightseeing tours Kathmandu will be the first priority since you will be first step in here. Kathmandu valley the capital of Nepal itself a world heritage site has many more to see ancient arts, temples, architect. You will see nicely sculptured arts in every corner of the city it might be either temple or stupa or palace. Out of seven world heritage sites the four is the main incudes in our world heritage sites day tours those are Pashupatinath, Boudhanath Swayanbhunath and Patan durbar square.After breakfast from the hotel about 9 am our expert tour guide will come to you to drive those places started from Swayambhunath.

Swayambhunath is a very nice place to see situated on the top of Nagarjuna hill have a religious harmony mixed with Buddhist and Hindu temple shows very beautiful Kathmandu valley beneath. It is popularly known as Monkey temple as well since there are lot of monkeys residing there as Jungle make them perfect home.

Boudhnath Stupa isone of the biggest stupa in the world situated in the heart of Kathmandu. Which was built on the ancient trade route to Tibet that is why you can find Tibetan cultural influences here. Many Buddhist pilgrimages do Kora with chanting prayers

Pashupatinath isone of the biggest and famous Hindu temple in the world situated in the bank of Bagmati River dedicated to lord Shiva. Where you can see many pilgrimage including Sadhus enjoying their time here. Beside temple the Bagmati River which is premises of the temple also famous for cremation center which might be rare for tourists

Patan Durbar Square is an old king’s palace of 1200-1800 AD. Actually in Kathmandu valley there are three different old kings palace Kathmandu, Bhaktapur and Patan. We include Patan since it is quite better than Kathmandu to observe however Bhaktapur is the best but it is little far and can’t finish in one day. All the palace are similarly designed and all of are famous for its art and architect in its best.

Detail Itinerary



  • Guided sightseeing tours including entrance fees,
  • Tour guide and private vehicle


  • Yours Meals
  • Accommodation
  • Tip for tour guide/driver

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Frequently Asked Questions.

How long is the Kathmandu World Heritage Day Tour ?

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This one day tour will start after you finish breakfast at 9 am in morning to the evening. Normally it takes 7-8 hours to finish this tour.

What should I wear on the Kathmandu World Heritage Site Day Tour?

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Since you will be walking all day on this tour make sure to wear a comfortable dress and shoes. Also remember to wear the appropriate dress as you will be visiting the religious sites. IF possible check the weather conditions and dress accordingly.

Is the meal included on the Kathmandu World Heritage Day Tour package?

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For the lunch and the dinner you need to pay by your own money. So we request you to carry some cash while heading for this tour.


Can I customize the Kathmandu World Heritage Day Tour?

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Yes, Third Eye Adventure also helps you to have your own customised tour according to your plan and interest.

What is the cost of the Kathmandu World Heritage Site Tour ?

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The cost of the Kathmandu world heritage site tour depends upon the size. The price will range anywhere between 50-200$.

Is this tour suitable for family and children?

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This tour is perfect for the family and the children but you need to be aware that they should in some areas require climbing stairs or walking up inclines.

What is the difficulty level of the Kathmandu World Heritage Sites Day Tour?

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This tour involves climbing stairs, walking, and exploring the religious sites on foot. So as long as you can walk this tour is perfect for you.




This tour was amazing! Our cultural guide, Sudip, was so knowledgable. He also let us set the pace. We never felt rushed. He was willing to answer any question. He gave us time to explore different sites on our own and also led us to a restaurant that had a delicious lunch. We will definitely refer him to our friends when they go to Nepal!


Staines, UK

Third Eye Adventure was very concerned, they contacted us to rearrange the pick up time, so that there would be time for everything. The guide was very friendly and explained everything. The driver was driving safely.


United Kingdom

Had an amazing time on the tour! Also the wonderful tour guide, Ram was really friendly and informative. I definitely think it was worth it. We have such a great day here in Kathmandu!!

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