Day 01: Arrival and hotel transfer
Day 02: Morning (9 a .m.)
Visit Swayambhunath (over 2,000 years old stupa) - the most profound expression of Buddhist symbolism. Visit Kathmandu Palace Square: main places of visit are nine - storey Basantapur Tower; Taleju Temple; Kasthamandap, built in the 12th century from the wood of a single tree; and Kumarichwok - abode of living goddess, Kumari.
Afternoon (2 p.m.) Tour to Patan Palace Square: old Royal Palace; Krishna Temple - one of the master- pieces of stone art and the 12th century Hiranyavarna Mahabihar (Buddhist monastery ). Visit Tibetan Refugee Camp to observe handicrafts. Proceed to Dhulikhel for overnight stay to observe sunset/ sunrise and Himalayan range.
Day 03: Morning (9 a.m.)
Tour to Bhaktapur Palace Square: places for visit are Golden Gate - the most beautiful and richly moulded specimen of this kind; the Palace of Fifty Five Windows - a unique masterpiece of wood carving; and Nyatapola Temple - the tallest pagoda temple in Nepal with its massive structure and subtle workmanship.
Afternoon (2 p.m.) Proceed to Boudhanath - one of the most fascinating specimens of stupa design and the biggest one in the world, surrounded by hundreds of Buddhist monasteries. Continue tour to Pashupatinath - the holiest of all Shiva shrines with a crematorium on the bank of the Bagmati River.
Day 04: Take one - hour mountain flight over the major Himalayas of Nepal including MtEverest(8,848m.); return to hotel; and proceed to airport for return flight.
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