Medieval Kingdoms: Kathmandu, Patan and Bhaktapur



Tour Timeline

Brief Itinerary

Day 1 : Arrive in Kathmandu at Tribhuwan International Airport

Day 2 : Sightseeing tour of Pashupatinath, Boudhanath and Bhaktapur Durbar Square

Day 3 : Sightseeing tour of Patan, Swayambhunath and Kathmandu Durbar Square

Day 4 : Final departure

Trip Dossier

Day 1: Arrive in Kathmandu at Tribhuwan International Airport

Arrival Kathmandu at the Tribhuwan International Airport. You will find our representative awaiting your arrival by displaying a plastic board with your name highlighted in large letters on the board.  Our office vehicle will be parked at the airport to pick you up and drop you to your designated hotel. Your first overnight in the valley of temples.

Day 2: Full day sightseeing tour (Pashupatinath, Bouddhanath and Bhaktapur)

After an early breakfast, we set out on a guided tour to the primary historical spots in Kathmandu. We will tour symbolic monuments, temples, monasteries, palaces and UNESCO World Heritage Sites that include: Boudhanath, and the temples of Pashupatinath. As we stroll along the exotic locales of Kathmandu, more diversified cultural settings in the valley welcome us with warm hospitality. At Boudhanath, we get deep insights into Buddhism. This may invoke your spiritual senses. We next cruise down a scenic highway to medieval Bhaktapur. Spread over an area of 6.88 sq km, 12 km south-east of Kathmandu, Bhaktapur or Bhadgaon showcases the grandeur of the Golden Age of Nepali art and architecture. Built by King Anand Dev Malla in the 9th century, the city was declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1979. It has become a model for heritage conservation since then.

At the Bhaktapur Durbar Square, we will experience fine examples of sculpture, woodcarving and pagodas dedicated to different gods and goddesses – a delightful attraction are the erotic statues of the gods in the act of Kama Sutra at Nyatapol & Dattaraya Temples, Golden Gate and the Palace of 55 windows etc. at dusk, we get ready to proceed to our hotel for an overnight.

Day 3: Tour of Patan, Swayambhunath & Kathmandu Durbar Square

After breakfast we escort you to Patan, one of three medieval cities in Kathmandu. Patan is a destination for connoisseurs of fine arts. We take a tour of the Patan Durbar Square - a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Located in the square is the Patan Museum (originally a Malla palace), Krishna Mandir - a stone temple of Lord Krishna with its 21 spires and bas-relief art depicting scenes from the Mahabharata and Ramayana epics, Royal Bath or 'Tushahity' and surrounding Hindu and Buddhist temples. Leaving Patan we take a short drive to Swayambhunath or Monkey Temple. "Swayambhu" signifies "self-created" and signifies the belief that the hill emerged spontaneously from the great lake that once covered Kathmandu Valley. Our next stop is Kathmandu or Basantapur Durbar Square. Listed as a cultural World Heritage site by UNESCO, Kathmandu Durbar Square is a cluster of ancient temples, palaces, courtyards and streets that dates back to the 12th and 18th centuries. At the square you will find Hanuman Dhoka Palace Museum, Taleju Temple, Kumari Ghar (House of the Living Goddess), Kasthamandap and other temples and buildings as old as the city itself. Overnight at our hotel.

Day 4: Final departure transfer to airport for home sweet home farewell friends!

Should you require any extensive activities, please do let us know. This short trek can be added to an exciting historical tour of the Kathmandu valley by a day; we have a vast array of different programs that will even interest the discerning traveler, our ‘No frills’prices will certainly not hurt your pockets. ‘Incentive Holidays’ has taken much pleasure in organizing your holidays and knowing you has been a great honour for us. Thank you for visiting our amazing country Nepal. We do hope we will meet sometime again in the future. Bon Voyage!  

Trip Information


Your accommodation in Kathmandu will be made in 3-4-5* star hotels of your choice. All hotel rates are based on BB unless otherwise stated. Accommodations in the valley are comfortable and as close as it gets to home. The options are many for your hotel stay…the choice exclusively yours.


The choices are a delicatessen’s delight in the valley for visitors with vibrant taste buds. You will find cuisines from almost every corner of the planet in this ancient city. Most tourists’ based hotels and resorts are sensitive to the hygienic requirements in the preparation of all food and beverage items when catering to tourists’ visiting Nepal. 


Cost Inclusion / Exclusion

Cost Inclusion

  • 3N Hotel Accommodation  @ Kathmandu with Breakfast plan in twin sharing basis
  • Arrival & Departure International Airport
  • Sightseeing as specified in the itinerary
  • Transportation in A/C private vehicles as specified in the itinerary
  • Entrance Fee as specified in the itinerary
  • Driver cum guide below 4 PAX


Cost Exclusion

  • Drinks and bar menu
  • Telephone & laundry
  • Personal expenses
  • Nepal Visa Fee 
  • Any accidental and emergency support (if any)
  • Driver and guide tips
  • Emergency evacuation
  • Domestic and International Air Tickets
  • Extra activities other than above itinerary
  • Lunch and Dinner at local Restaurant


Best Time to Visit

If you come to Nepal and have a flexible schedule, then take the time to visit these places.  Nepal always has something to offer its guests.  During the peak season (October to December) and (mid of February to May), the stunning panorama of the Himalayas is at its crisp-beautiful-best, but there is really no season in which Nepal is not a beautiful or pleasant place to visit.  



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