After breakfast, drive to Pashupatinath temple. It is located on the bank of the holy Bagmati River. The rambling collection of temples, houses for old people, hermitage ashrams, images, and inscriptions have shown the rich architectural creations. The temple was established in the 15th century. Vasuki Nath temple, Unmatta Bhairav temple, Budanilkantha shrine, 184 shiva linga shrine, and others are significant.
Boudhanath Stupa is located about 5 km eastern outskirts of Kathmandu. It is the biggest stupa in Nepal and a Buddhist. It is believed to have built in the 14th century in the form of giant Mandala. After the Chinese invasion in 1959, Boudhanath Stupa became a significant Tibetan Buddhist center. The prayer wheels are attached on all sides of the Stupa. The steps are regarded as the way of enlightenment.
Swayambhunath Stupa is a golden spire crowning located at the hilltop in Kathmandu. It is a mystical and historical white doom that stays glistening and can be seen from a far distance. It is a 5th-century Buddhist pilgrimage center. Swayambhu means to have self-created, which symbolizes the spiritual light and a sacred destination of getting enlightenment. Newari and Buddhism are flourished here.
Kathmandu Durbar Square
Kathmandu Durbar Square is one of the chief UNESCO monumental sites in Nepal. It is also popular as Hanuman Dhoka Durbar Square or Banasntapur Durbar Square, which is known as the open museum. It is surrounded by the pagoda style temples, Newari arts, and crafts. Kasthamandap building of the square was built using wood from a single tree. There is an abode of Kumari, who is the living Goddess of Nepal. Kala Bhairav’s statue is another attraction of the Square.
After the tour ends, we drive back to the hotel.