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Nepal is a country with a rich cultural heritage and diverse traditions that have fascinated people from all over the world for centuries. The country’s beautiful landscape, combined with its spiritual, artistic, and adventurous ambiance, makes it the perfect destination for Travellers, scholars, and researchers alike.
One of the best ways to experience Nepal’s cultural and historical highlights is through a 15-day Nepal tour. Mountain Monarch has designed an exclusive itinerary that covers all major cultural heritage sites in Nepal, as well as wildlife safari adventure experiences in Chitwan National Park. This touring leisure activity is perfect for anyone who wants to participate in an exotic artistic exploration insight tour of Nepal.
The Kathmandu Valley, once divided into three kingdoms, is home to seven World Heritage Sites that showcase the remarkable dedication to building temples, palaces, stupas, and natural water sprouts. The valley is a perfect destination for those interested in spirituality, art, culture, and adventure.
Nepal is a vast country that extends up to 147181 square kilometers. Apart from the Kathmandu Valley, other popular destinations include Lumbini, the birthplace of Buddha; Chitwan, a jungle safari destination; Pokhara, a city of seven lakes and a base camp for adventurers and nature lovers alike; Tansen, a medieval hill station; Nagarkot, Dhulikhel, and Daman, which are all places to enjoy mountain views and witness the sunrise. Additionally, Bandipur is a traditional Newari city that offers a friendly culture with panoramic mountain views, while Gorkha is the base of the Shah dynasty that once ruled Nepal.
The Nepal insight tour provides a comprehensive and authentic experience of Nepal’s diverse ethnic groups, cultures, traditions, and topography. It is the perfect way to explore the country and witness all of its wonders in one go…                                          
Nepal is a country that has always been known for its rich history, culture, and breathtaking natural beauty. The country has many tourist attractions that are a must-visit for anyone travelling to Nepal. If you are planning to visit Nepal, then here are some of the places that you should include in your itinerary.
SWAYAMBHUNATH is a popular tourist attraction in Nepal. The Stupa is believed to be about 2000 years old, and it is said that the present Stupa was built after the 14th century. The name Swayambunath means “the shrine exists by itself,” and it is called a monkey temple by Westerners due to the large number of monkeys present at the site. Besides the Stupa, you can also get a beautiful view of the Kathmandu Valley from Swayambhunath.
KATHMANDU DURBAR SQUARE is another must-visit attraction in Nepal. Located in the heart of the city, it is also known as Hanuman Dhoka by the locals, named after the monkey god. The Palace’s main entrance has a statue of the god clad in red paint. The square is a UNESCO World Heritage site and has a history dating back to the 9th/10th century. King Gunakama Dev, who was a devotee of Kali, the goddess of terror, and her primary weapon being a sword, designed the square layout in the form of a sword.
PATAN DURBAR SQUARE is located southeast of Kathmandu and is considered the oldest among the valley’s three cities. The town is believed to have been founded in the 3rd century and was called Lalitpur, the city of fine arts and crafts. Patan is separated from Kathmandu by the holy river Bagmati, and the layout of the square is in the form of a disk. The square has many ancient temples, palaces, and shrines, and it is a UNESCO World Heritage site.
PASUPATINATH TEMPLE is a significant religious site for Hindus and is located on the eastern side of Kathmandu. The temple is dedicated to Lord Shiva, who is considered the god of gods and the lord of all creatures. The temple has a history dating back to the 5th/6th century, but the present temple was built in the 16th century. The temple is located on the banks of the holy river Bagmati and is a UNESCO World Heritage site.
BOUDHANATH STUPA is one of the most popular tourist attractions in Nepal and is considered a must-visit for Buddhist followers. The Stupa is the largest in the subcontinent and is believed to have been built in the 5th century. The Stupa has unique architecture and is a UNESCO World Heritage site.
BHAKTAPUR DURBAR SQUARE is a UNESCO World Heritage site located on the way to Tibet. It used to be the capital city of Kathmandu Valley in the 15th century during the reign of King Yaksha Malla. The square has many temples, palaces, and courtyards, and it is one of the best-preserved ancient cities in Nepal.
NAGARKOT is a small village located 32 km from Kathmandu and is situated at an altitude of 2195 meters. Nagarkot is famous for its panoramic views of the Himalayas, including Mount Everest, and is a popular destination for trekking and hiking. The village also has many resorts and hotels, making it an ideal place to stay for tourists…               
TANSEN is a quaint hill station located in western Nepal at an altitude of 1343m. It is a popular summer destination for its refreshing climate and stunning panoramic views of the mountains. From the Shreenagar Danda, you can witness the breathtaking sight of the majestic Mt. Dhaulagiri in the west and Mt. Gaurisankar in the northeast. Tansen is also a historical Newari town with beautiful pagoda-style temples that lend it a charming aura. The Nepali Dakka Topi, a famous traditional hat, hails from this town.
Panauti is a small town situated 36 km away from Kathmandu. It is a unique town as it is said that the entire town is built on a single rock. The town is located at the junction of two rivers, Roshi and Pungamati Khola, which adds to its charm. The town is famous for its grand festival, which takes place every twelve years. Moreover, Panauti has a rich history as it was once a trading route to Tibet and had a royal palace in its central square. The town’s traditional architecture is still alive, with many interesting temples that are worth visiting. Panauti is on the verge of being listed as a World Heritage site, which will further boost its tourism potential.
DHULIKHEL is another beautiful town located 32 km away from Kathmandu, at an elevation of 1550 m. The town is on the main Araniko highway heading towards Tibet and is primarily inhabited by Newars. The town is a popular weekend getaway for locals and tourists alike, particularly for those who want to explore the numerous temples around the town and uphill. The town also provides an excellent view of the mountain ranges, making it a perfect destination for nature lovers.
NAMO BUDDHA is an important Buddhist pilgrimage site located in the Kavre district of Nepal. The legend has it that Buddha came across a tigress close to death from starvation and unable to feed her cubs. To help the tigress, Buddha allowed her to consume him. A marble tablet representing the event is situated in Trangho Gompa on the hill above the Stupa, marking the holy site. Namo Buddha is becoming increasingly popular among tourists and pilgrims alike, not only for its religious significance but also for its beautiful view of the Himalayan ranges. It is also an excellent destination for those who want to study Buddhism.
DAKCHINKALI is a temple located 28 km away from Kathmandu, at the Southern edge of the Kathmandu Valley. The temple is dedicated to the Goddess Kali, who is considered the Tantric goddess of terror. Devotees visit this temple every Tuesday and Saturday to make sacrificial offerings to appease the Goddess Kali. However, non-Hindus are not allowed to enter the main sanctum of the temple. But there is an open platform from where one can view the happenings inside the temple. The temple’s location at the confluence of two rivers adds to its mystique, making it a must-visit destination for those interested in Hindu mythology and culture.
PHARPING is a charming traditional Newari town located just 19km from Kathmandu. It was once a popular destination for those looking to escape the valley and venture towards the lowland. Today, it is a well-known pilgrimage site for both Hindus and Buddhists. One of the most notable attractions here is the famous cave where Guru Padmasambhava meditated in the 8th century. To reach the cave, visitors must climb a staircase that leads to the top of the hill. The climb may be a bit challenging, but the stunning views of the Kathmandu Valley from the top make it all worth it. Visitors can also enjoy the fluttering prayer flags that hang from most of the trees here, spreading positive energy offered by the devotees.
CHOBAR is a gorge that is said to have been created by Manjushri, the god of wisdom. According to legend, he emptied the water from the Kathmandu Valley through this gorge. Today, it is a popular getaway spot from the Bagmati River. Located in the southern part of the river is the essential shrine of Jal Binayak, which is dedicated to Ganesh, the god of good luck.
CHITWAN is a nature lover’s paradise that offers a wide range of jungle activities. Visitors can start with a canoe ride in the Rapti River, where they can spot a variety of birds and two rare species of crocodiles, the Marsh Mugger and the fish-eating Gharial. Following that, visitors can enjoy a jungle walk and visit the elephant bathing centre. After lunch, visitors can opt for an elephant safari or jeep drive in the jungle, where they can encounter four different kinds of deer, rhinoceros, wild boar, monkey, leopard, and sloth bear. Besides, visitors can spot many other smaller mammals that have made Chitwan their home. In the evening, visitors can enjoy a sunset view from the bank of Rapti River, attend a cultural program or light show, and then enjoy dinner and an overnight stay at the resort.
LUMBINI is the birthplace of Lord Buddha and a must-visit destination in Nepal. Visitors can explore the peaceful Stupa Ttilaurakot and the historical ruins of shrines such as Kuden, Gotihawa, and Niglihawa. Moreover, visitors can spend enough time exploring and visiting the sacred Lumbini garden on their Nepal Insight tour.                                              Pokhara is a serene and peaceful lake city that boasts several attractions. A visit to the Sarangko, Bindabasini temple, Mahendra cave, Seti river gorge, and Davi’s Fall is a must for anyone visiting this place. You can also enjoy boating on Fewa Lake and soak in the serene surroundings.
BANDIPUR is an idyllic town nestled at an altitude of approximately 1050m. The place offers a picturesque view of the Himalayan Panorama and is dotted with several pagoda-style temples, shrines, and stone sprouts. It is a traditional town that has preserved its rich cultural heritage over the years.
GORKHA is the birthplace of King Prithvi Narayan Shah, the great founder of Modern Nepal. The Palace, situated atop a hill, offers stunning views of the Himalayas. Originally built by King Ram Shah, the Palace is a fine example of Nepalese architecture. The place is also famous for producing the world-renowned Gorkha soldiers. Though the climb up the steps to the Palace can be tiring after a long drive, it is worth it for the breathtaking views of the surrounding mountains and the chance to explore the Palace.
DAMAN is another popular hill station located at an altitude of 2100m that offers spectacular views of the Panoramic Himalayan range. It is the perfect place to unwind and take in the serene surroundings. With this, you can conclude your tour of the best of Nepal.                               
Summary of the Trip:
Our top priority is safety, and we have an excellent reputation in that regard. We offer the best prices and hassle-free tour arrangements. Our tours are led by a team of experts with over two decades of experience. A large percentage of our customers are repeat clients. We offer fixed and customized trip departure dates. Our travel policy and operations are responsible and sustainable. We have been recommended by Trip Advisor and Lonely Planet. Our English-speaking tour guides are experienced and reliable. We use our vehicles for transfers during cultural tours. We offer the best, clean, and comfortable hotel accommodations.

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Itinerary of cultural heritage tour 

Day 1: Arrival in Kathmandu.
our office representative will meet you at the airport and transfer you to your hotel.
– **Briefing: ** At 6:00 PM, there will be a short briefing about your tour program. If you arrive after 4 PM, the briefing will take place the following morning during breakfast. Any outstanding payments will be collected during the briefing.
– *Note: * If you arrive early and have free time, you may opt for additional sightseeing activities.
Day 2: sightseeing in Kathmandu 
– **Accommodation: ** Included
– **Schedule: ** 
  – 10:00 AM: Breakfast at the hotel followed by a full-day sightseeing tour of Kathmandu Valley’s UNESCO World Heritage Sites.
  – **Sites: ** Pashupatinath Temple, Boudhanath Stupa, Swayambhunath Stupa, and Kathmandu Durbar Square.
Day 3: Visit Bhaudahnath, Pashupatinath, Bhaktapur, and Changunarayan. Stay at Nagarkot.
Day 4: Observe the beautiful sunset and sunrise views on the Himalayan ranges. Drive and visit Panauti and Dhulikhel.
Day 5: Visit Namo Buddha and then drive back to Kathmandu.
Day 6: Drive from Kathmandu to Chitwan for a jungle safari trip.
Day 7: Experience a full day of Chitwan jungle safari including elephant safari rides or jeep drives.
Day 8: The safari ends and the drive to Lumbini, the birthplace of Lord Buddha.
Day 9: Full-day tours in Lumbini.
Day 10: Drive to Tansen, a hill station in the western part of Nepal.
Day 11: Drive to Pokhara, a peaceful lake city.
Day 12: Explore Pokhara all day.
Day 13: Drive to Bandipur.
Day 14: Drive to Gorkha.
Day 15: Drive to Daman.
Day 16: Drive back to Kathmandu.
Day 17: Tour Dakshinkati, Pharping, and Chobar.
Day 18: We highly recommend this trip to you as it looks amazing! 


Dear valued traveler,
Please be informed that the cost of the Cultural heritage tour includes the following items:   
🔹Hotel rooms on a bed and breakfast basis, in Lumbin and Kathmandu.
🔹As stated in the plan, all world heritage cultural trips in Nepal include private transportation.
🔹Professional tour guide for the duration of the journey, covering all costs for lodging and meals.
🔹Cultural trip includes a tour guide and a private
 🔹vehicle admission price as specified in the agenda.
🔹Two nights and three days of full-board meals and lodging during a Chitwan jungle safari
🔹Every aspect of a jungle safari, such as riding an elephant or taking a jeep safari.


Dear valued traveler,

Please be informed that the cost of the Cultural heritage tour doesn’t include the following items: –                                 
🔸International airfare and visa fees for admission into Nepal.
🔸All beverages and primary meals.
🔸Gratuities and personal expenses such as a hot shower, phone, battery replacement, and refreshments.
🔸Tips for guides 
🔸Extra stay nights 
🔸Other including things
 🔸Entrances fees while sightseeing in Kathmandu Pokhara 
‘To ensure a successful cultural heritage tour, the following essential requirements must be met:’
  • A passport (if you are an international tourist)
  • A travel guidebook for Nepal (if you are an international tourist)
  • A camera and its charger
  • A cell phone and its charger
  • Travel insurance (if you are an international tourist)
  • A water bottle.
  • Sandals
  • High-quality hiking boots
  • Appropriate hiking clothes
  • Casual clothes
  • A rain jacket.
  • Credit and debit cards.
  • A power adapter
  • Personal medications
  • A basic first-aid kit
  • A power banks.
‘When booking the Cultural Heritage Tour with our company, you can anticipate the following benefits:’
  • Guaranteed Best Price”
  • “Secure Payment Processing”
  • “Expert Local Knowledge with On-Ground Support”
  • “Availability Around the Clock”
  • “Customizable Travel Itineraries”
  • “Confirmed Trip Departures”
  • “Flexible Dates for Departure”
  • “Options that are Friendly to Your Budget.”
  • “Based in Nepal”
  • “Swift Response Times”
  • “Dedicated Specialized Care and Attention”
We are here to make your experience a satisfying one. If you’re not satisfied with the trip, don’t worry as you can customize your trip.
Thank you for considering Deepak Adventure Travel & Tours for your Cultural heritage tour. We trust that your experience will be unforgettable, and we wish you a safe and pleasant journey ahead. Namaste!