Capital: Kathmandu
    Major Tourist Destinations: Kathmandu, Nagarkot, Patan, Bhaktapur, Dhulikhel, Pokhara, Chitwan, Lumbini, Lukla and so on.
    Area: 147,181 Sq Km
    Population: Approx. 26.5 million (as per 2011 census)
    Religion: Hindu 81.3%, Buddhism 9%, Islam 4.4 % Others 5.3%
    Currency: Nepalese Rupee
    Drives on: Left
    Calling Code: +977
    Literacy Rate: Approx. 66% ( Year 2011)

    The elevation of Kathmandu is 4,600 feet from sea level. Kathmandu is the capital and largest urban agglomerate of Nepal. Kathmandu is the gateway to tourism in Nepal. It is also the nerve center of the country’s economy. The city of Kathmandu was named after Kasthamandap temple that stands in Durbar Square. In Sanskrit, Kastha means “wood” and Mandap means “covered shelter”. This temple, also known as MaruSatal, was built in 1596 by King Laxmi Narsingh Malla. The two-storey structure is made entirely of wood, and uses no iron nails nor supports. According to legend, all the timber used to build this pagoda was obtained from a single tree.

    The colophons of ancient manuscripts, dated as late as the 20th century, refer to Kathmandu as Kasthamandap Mahanagar in Nepal Mandala. Mahanagar means “great city”. The city is called “Kasthamandap” in a vow that Buddhist priests still recite to this day. Thus, Kathmandu is also known as Kasthamandap. During medieval times, the city was sometimes called Kantipur. This name is derived from two Sanskrit words – Kanti and pur. “Kanti” is one of the names of the Goddess Lakshmi, and “pur” means place.

    Among the indigenous Newar people, Kathmandu is known as Yen Desa , and Patan and Bhaktapur are known as YalaDesa and KhwopaDesa.”Yen” is the shorter form of Yambu , which originally referred to the northern half of Kathmandu.


    Outline Itinerary:
    Day 01: Arrival and Hotel transfer. Night Stay at Kathmandu.
    Day 02: Kathmnadu Sightseeing tour. Night Stay at Kathmandu.
    Day 03: Departure.

    Details Itinerary:
    Day 01: Arrival and Hotel transfer. Night Stay at Kathmandu.

    Arrival Tribhuvan International Airport. It will around half an hour for immigration processing. Meet & greet with our representative those who will wait for our valued clients with the name on placard in outside the arrival terminal. Transfer to hotel. Check in hotel. Overnight stay at Kathmandu.

    Day 02: Kathmandu Sightseeing tour. Night Stay at Kathmandu.

    Breakfast at hotel at 06:30 am. And start Half day Kathmandu sightseeing tour at 08:00 am to visit Basantapur Durbar Square & Swayambhunath (Monkey Temple). Finish and return back to hotel around 11:00 am.. Check in hotel. Day free for your own activities. Overnight stay at Kathmandu.

    Day 03: Departure.

    Breakfast at hotel at around 06:30 am. And transfer to airport to connect flight for the final departure as per your flight schedule.

  • INC & EXC


    • Airport pick up and drop off
    • Half Day Kathmandu Sightseeing Tour by private deluxe vehicle
    • 02 Nights accommodation at Kathmandu with breakfast
    • All taxes, currently 24.3% (which can be changed without any prior notice)


    • Air Fare (which will be added as per the flight date)
    • Entrance Fee during sightseeing
    • Lunch & Dinner
    • Travel Insurance
    • Any other expense in personal nature like telephone bill, restaurant bill, tips, water etc.
    • Anything which are not mentioned in ‘inclusions’

    General Notes:

    • This is a conventional itinerary & subject to change depending upon circumstances.
    • Please follow the timings for the sightseeing trips /activities as mentioned in our detailed itinerary.
    • Airfare will depend on the rate of the journey date.
    • Sightseeing spots may have weekly closing days and daily opening & closing hours. So it will be planned as per journey date & schedule. Sometimes it can be closed due to renovation, maintenance activity or unavoidable circumstances.
    • Tour organizer holds the complete right to change the itinerary if it requires for the betterment of the tour and safety of the tourist. Tourist’s safety is top priority.
    • Please follow the tour administration & guidelines. Maintain reporting time and allocated time for sightseeing spots. It will make the tour effective and enjoyable for all the members.
    • Please follow the ethical rules of Photography while you are visiting new locations, religious places or museums or such sightseeing spots.
    • All vehicular movement in the itinerary is on point to point basis and not on disposal.
    • Any spot in the itinerary remaining closed due to holidays, bandhs or reason whatsoever will not be revisited on the onset on the tour.

    Booking, Confirmation, Cancellation & Refunds:

    There are strict policies of service confirmation allover India during peak seasons and the rates can vary unless it has been secured with full payment in advance.

    1) To book any tour with us 100% of Air/Rail/Bus Ticket price and at least 25% Land Package price need to be paid.
    2) Balance payment has to be made one week before the tours starts.

    Amendment of booked tour will be treated as cancellation. However, minor amendments can be made on the payment of a communication charge, which will vary from case to case.

    Refund will be paid to the source through which the guest has booked. Any refund will take at least one calendar month to process & will be sent to you by a/c payee cheque only.


    Cancellation Policy:

    Cancellation has to be sent to us by Email.

    From Date of booking – 30 days only communication charges of BDT 500.00 per person
    30 -15 Days prior to departure 25% of tour cost
    14 -10 Days prior to departure 50% of tour cost
    09-05 Days prior to departure 75% of tour cost
    04 Days/No show 100% of tour cost

    Confirmation Policy:
    Please also note that you booking will be only confirmed when we receive the amount in cash or your cheque is honored by our bank along with your confirmation note and our acknowledgement against your booking. The tour price can be changed during confirmation, specially the air tickets & train tickets.

    Our rates are subject to change on any additional tax which may be introduced by Government of Bangladesh or/and India.

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