Kathmandu Nagarkot Tour is the 5 Days Nepal Tour Package that is easy, short, and perfect for time-constrained travelers of all ages and interests. It is a popular and delightful Nepal tour package that combines the vibrant culture of the Kathmandu Valley with the serene beauty of the mountain views from the hill station at Nagarkot. Among many domestic and foreign tourists, the Kathmandu Nagarkot Tour is also popular for the Nagarkot Sunrise Tour, Nagarkot Day Trip, Nagarkot Tour Package, and Nagarkot Hike. Whatever you call it, the 4 Nights 5 Days kathmandu Nagarkot Tour, or 5 Days Nepal Package, or Nagarkot Tour, it's a fantastic tour to immerse oneself in Nepal's cultural and natural splendor, covering two key locations: Kathmandu Valley and Nagarkot. Kathmandu Valley comprises three historical cities, Kathmandu, Patan, and Bhaktapur which were ancient royal palaces that have seven UNESCO heritage sites. These sites have their own cultural, historical, and heritage significance. Kathmandu is famous for its historical, cultural, and religious values, while Nagarkot is famous for its natural wonders. Nagarkot is a perfect vantage point to observe the beautiful view of countryside landscapes, sunrise and sunset, and panoramic views of the majestic Himalayas, including the Langtang range, Ganesh Himal, Mount Everest, and other snow-capped mountains. It is the perfect getaway for city dwellers for weekend refreshments.
This travel package begins in Kathmandu with visits to seven UNESCO heritage sites for cultural and religious exploration, then continues to Nagarkot for an excursion of natural wonders, and then returns to Kathmandu. Therefore, this Nepal 5 Days Tour Package is the perfect blend of history, culture, and natural wonders. Below are the two important tourist destinations covered by this tour.
It is an ancient city as well as the capital city of Nepal. It is the economic, cultural, political, and tourism hub of the country. Initially, it was home to the Newar community, who are indigenous people and practice Newa culture. Later, an influx of other ethnic people from all over the country started to stay here, making it a mixed-culture city. However, its old culture and arts are still preserved and promoted, making it a heritage city and listed in UNESCO heritage sites.
It is a picturesque hill station located about 32 km east of Kathmandu. It is a popular place for stunning sunrise and sunset views over the Himalayas, including the Langtang range, Ganesh Himal, and even Mount Everest on a clear day. It offers a tranquil escape from bustling and hustling city life. It also offers short hikes or leisurely walks in the surrounding hills to enjoy the breathtaking views of the snow-capped mountains and lush landscapes. It is also a perfect place to relax, refresh, and rejuvenate. In addition, it makes a beautiful day trip destination for people of all ages and interests, including kids, seniors, young couples, newlyweds, and couples celebrating their golden wedding anniversaries.
It is one of the three ancient royal palaces in the Kathmandu Valley that dates back to the 16th century and consists of artistic temples, beautiful courtyards, and historical buildings, including Kumari Ghar (the residence of the Hindu living Goddess). This showcases the vibrant Nepalese traditional arts and architecture, which still retain the medieval charm of the Malla dynasty, who ruled Nepal from the 12th to the 18th centuries and made a significant contribution to Nepalese arts and culture.
It is one of the oldest Buddhist shrines in Nepal, located on the hilltop of Kathmandu. It is popularly known as the Monkey Temple because of the large number of monkeys residing around this area. This is famous for its stunning architecture, colorful prayer flags, resident monkeys, and viewpoint.
It is the largest stupa in South Asia and a sacred pilgrimage site for Buddhists. Tibetan merchants and Tibetan refugees built it in the Nepali Buddhist style. Tibetan monasteries and Tibetan communities surround this stupa. This is the best place to experience the Tibetan culture in Kathmandu.
A sacred Hindu temple, dedicated to Lord Shiva located on the bank of the Bagmati River (Holy River). It is one of the holiest Hindu temples and an important cremation site. It consists of many shrines, statues, and historical structures, which give a perfect ambiance of sacred paradise.
A Unesco World Heritage Site, it is also one of the three old royal palaces in the Kathmandu Valley. It consists of temples, idols, palaces, and traditional Newari residential houses. Krishna Mandir is among the artistic temples and old palaces that are decorated with Newari architecture that make up this complex. Krishna Mandir is a historic, three-story temple constructed entirely of stone in the sixteenth century. It lures everyone, and its artistic architecture attracts their attention as well. All of the historic structures exhibit unique and vibrant traditional arts and crafts.
It is also one of the three UNESCO-designated royal palaces in the Kathmandu Valley. It also includes artistic temples like Nyatapola Temple, courtyards, and historical structures like 55 Windows Palace with amazingly preserved and still-vibrant ancient arts, crafts, and architecture.
It is a 5-story building and was built in the early 17th century in a Nepalese pagoda style. The name Nyatapole Temple, which means "5-story temple," is derived from the Newari language. It is devoted to the goddess Siddhi Laxmi, which is considered a symbol of auspiciousness or good fortune. It has incredible sculptures and wood carvings on the doors, windows, and piles.
It was constructed in the earliest 4th century and is the focal point of the former royal palace. It served as the royal residence until the year 1769 A.D. Today, it is a national gallery. It features stunning traditional architecture with vibrant arts and crafts on the walls, doors, and windows. This is regarded as a masterpiece of one-of-a-kind woodcarving.
It is the oldest Hindu temple and a UNESCO World Heritage Site, was built in the 4th century. It is devoted to Lord Vishnu, a representation of the protector. It is a 2-story structure that is situated close to Nagarkot in the Kathmandu Valley at the top of a hill. On the doors, windows, and piles, there are Nepalese traditional arts and crafts. Numerous sculptures of Lord Vishnu surround the temple.
Kathmandu Nagarkot Tour Cost or Nagarkot Tour Package Price varies depending on various factors, such as the number of travelers, type of accommodation, and inclusions of services. Generally, the 4 nights 5 days Kathmandu Nagarkot Tour Package cost ranges from USD 300 to USD 1000, while a more luxurious package might cost more. This Nepal tourism package or Nepal holiday package cost includes transportation, accommodation, and a guided tour as per the itinerary. It also depends on your requirements and preferences. Kindly get in touch with us via phone calls or any social media platforms available in our contact details to get a customized tour package based on your preferences and budget.
Upon arrival in Kathmandu, meet and greet at the international airport and transfer to the hotel. Briefing on the trip. Check into the hotel and rest for refreshments. Overnight at the hotel, Kathmandu.
After breakfast, pick up from the hotel and head towards the sightseeing tour in Kathmandu, especially the UNESCO world heritage sites, which include Kathmandu Durbar Square, Pashupatinath Temple, Boudhanath Stupa, and Swoyambhunath Stupa, for the exploration of a beautiful fusion of religion, culture, and history. These heritage monuments reflect the centuries-old art, architecture, history, and culture of Nepal, which still retains the medieval charm of the Malla dynasty and is unique in the world. After the tour, drop back to the hotel. Overnight at a hotel in Kathmandu.
After breakfast, pick up from the hotel and head towards the full-day sightseeing tour of Patan Durbar Square and Bhaktapur Durbar Square. This tour allows visitors to experience the religious, historical, and cultural values of these heritage sites, which reflect the glory of the medieval period (13th–18th centuries). Then transfer to Nagarkot, which is half an hour's drive from Bhaktapur. Check into the hotel and rest for refreshments. Enjoy the beautiful sunset view and picturesque scenery from the hotel premises. Overnight at the hotel in Nagarkot.
Wake up early in the morning to observe the beautiful sunrise view over the Himalayan range. Enjoy your breakfast with the mesmerizing view of great Himalayan ranges like Ganesh Himal on the northern west, Langtang range on the north, and Everest range on the northern east. After breakfast, drive to Kathmandu, which is about 2 hours' drive. En route, visit Chnagunarayan Temple, a Unesco heritage site that also has amazing century-old arts, architecture, and sculptures related to Lord Vishnu. Check into the hotel and rest for refreshments. Enjoy the free time by shopping or hanging around Thamel. In the evening, a typical Nepali dinner is with a Nepali cultural dance performance. Overnight at a hotel in Kathmandu.
leisure until departure. Transfer to the international airport to board the flight.