Day 01: Arrival in Kathmandu. Upon your arrival in the airport, our guide is waiting for you at the airport exit. On the way to the hotel, our guide will give you a brief introduction about the private journey and will also offer you some useful information about the city. The distance from the airport to hotel is about 7 kilometers and will take about 15 minutes. After you check in at the hotel, if time permits, the guide will show you the first two sites here, the Kathmandu Durbar Square and Swoyambhunath. The Kathmandu Durbar Square was built in 17-18 centuries as the formal palace and residence of the Nepal Royal families. The construction is a mixture of the eastern and western styles with an unbelievable 50 temples lying within the vicinity including the temple of the titular deity, Taleju Bhawani. Swoyambhunath is the symbol of Kathmandu, which got its name for worshiping lots of monkeys who are believed to be like gods. The Swoyambhunath in the sunset has boundless beauty, so many lovers will bill and coo in such charming place. When the evening comes, the platform is full of people enjoying the night view with the sea of lights. On a fine weather day in winter, the afar Snow Mountains and the sparked light in Kathmandu naturally display a stirring picture.
Day 02: Kathmandu - Nagarkot (32 Km.)In the morning, our guide will wait for you at your hotel lobby and today we will show you the Bouddhanath Stupa and Patan Durbar Square. Bouddhanath Stupa is one of the important sites for pilgrims in Kathmandu and Tibet in China. According to the old legend, in order to build the stupa, a wise goddess intriguingly persuaded the King to give her a buffalo skin-sized place for the Bouddhanath. Obviously, the place is not large enough to build such a Stupa, but the goddess sheared the buffalo skin into strips at that very night, and made an enclosure using those strips, it is the area of the Bouddhanath Stupa today. After visiting these two sites, we will drive you for about one hour to Nagarkot. Enjoy the breathtaking sun-set view over the snow Mountains. You will stay overnight at the hotel in Nagarkot.
Day 03: Nagarkot /– Kathmandu The Sunrise is one of the most marvelous natural views here, and you can get up early to witness the Sunrise over the Himalayas. After breakfast at the hotel, take car for about 30 minutes to Bhaktapur. It is the third largest valley in Kathmandu, and is also the origin of Nepal art and architecture. After vicissitudes, although experiencing the earthquake and some other deadly damages, lots of exquisite carvings and temples are still well preserved here. This is also the reason that the Bhaktapur is flattered as the Live Site, and it deserves. In the afternoon, visit another holiest shrine named Pashupatinath Temple for worshipping the Lord Shiva.
Day 04: Kathmandu. Our guide will wait for you at the hotel lobby after your breakfast, and then will take you for about 22 kilometers to visit the Dakshankali Temple, and then to visit the Kirtipur Village and Chobhar Gorge. The temple of Dakshinkali is situated south of the city. And it is regarded as one of most important Hindu goddesses. Now this place has been developed as a popular picnic spot. Pilgrims often visit the temple and offer some animal sacrifices to the goddess to pray for happiness. Kirtipur is a small tranquil village nearby and many old Buddhist architectures are well preserved there. In the evening, we will offer you the Nepalese Dinner with the culture dance show.