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Our Patan and Bhaktapur tours start from Kathmandu to explore Patan and Bhaktapur's sibling cities in Kathmandu Valley. Connected but unique in their own way, be ready for a treat here. The Bhaktapur city tour combines well with the Patan tour offering a complete package. Every street leads to a temple and each temple has a legend you can know of here. Assimilate the Newa culture and cuisine while you are here.
Follow the narrow avenues to the magical destinations in your Bhaktapur city tour. We will visit the Bhaktapur Durbar Square, the cultural repository of the city. Bhaktapur's golden gate and the five stroyed Pagoda of 'Nyatapola' adds more charm to the Palace. Relish the delicate decorations in the sculptures, windows and monuments alike here. A brief stop in the pottery square assists you in the process of earthen pots and sculptures.
The city of arts, Patan tour is a jaunt to the serene city of ancient craft and culture. We'll start from the Patan Durbar Square showcasing the shades of Krishna Temple. The golden temple of Kwa Bahal encloses centuries-old Buddhist relics within itself. Enjoying the local flavor, we will also visit the local art schools and the Patan Museum. Embrace the local art of living and the love of tradition during the Bhaktapur Patan Sightseeing Tour.
By booking this private tour you will not only enjoy personalized service with the guide in English, French, German and Spanish etc., you can also do it any day of the week and you will have several schedules to choose from. Also, if you're a large group, you'll save money!
This trip cost is approximately about US$ 42 per person in the twin shareing basis. Please Contact us for group price or more help.
We do our best to always offer you the lowest price. The price is only tentative Idea. Based on no of pax and interest price will be different.
This Tour runs all time of the year but we recommend doing during either Spring (March to May) or Autumn (September to November). Nepal is a country whose climate depends on the monsoon. There is usually a dry season, which runs from October to May, and the monsoon season, from June to September.
From June to September, the monsoon season is characterized by heavy and violent rains that reach their peak between mid-June and the end of August. We do not recommend this period of heavy rainfall when the heat intensifies. In September, the rains become less intense, especially in the valleys, especially those near Tibet where they are even non-existent.
The dry season, from October to April, is the most recommended. This is the time when Nepal's traditional festivals take place. The sunshine is important, the atmosphere pleasant during the day, with maximum temperatures reaching, in Kathmandu, 16 degrees C in January, the coldest month. February, March, April and November are the most pleasant as the air softens, with maximum temperatures reaching 24oC in April. Excellent period for tourism and trekking, the dry season is preferred to discover Nepal.
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Most of our tour guides speak English, and all are female which is a common communication medium. They are also trained, experienced and know the areas very well.
Most of the tour focuses on the Ancient Heritage and UNESCO sites in the old cities of Patan and Bhaktapur, you will see history come alive.
Yes, you are allowed to take pictures of the places. However, certain areas need permission; you can consult your tour guide for that matter. Taking pictures of people needs permission.
We offer airport pick-up and drop-off services. On arrival at the Tribhuvan International Airport in Kathmandu, our representative will meet you and drive you to your hotel. On the last day of your trip you will be transferred to the international airport well in time (3 hours prior to your flight’s scheduled departure) to catch your flight.
We advise you to visit a physician specializing in travel-related illnesses six months before your trip’s departure. Take the required boosters and vaccinations. Some of the vaccinations require six months for a complete course and it is advisable to take the full course before embarking on an adventure to a foreign country. You may not have to worry about tropical illnesses if you are trekking in the mountains. You highly recommended COVID 19 Vaccine.
Nepal is one of the safest and hospitable countries in the world for travelers. Nepalese are very warm and friendly towards tourists and most of them go out of their way to help visitors visiting their country. Having said that, to be on the safe side one should always take care of one’s belongings. Keep your cash, jewelry and expensive gadgets and accessories in a safe place. Try not to venture out alone during nighttime, especially at places where there are fewer people.
All foreigners except Indians need to have a visa to enter Nepal. Unlike other countries, Nepali consulates and embassies overseas issue visas without much fuss. Visas are also issued on the spot at Tribhuvan International Airport or at the border checkpoints.
It can easily be obtained at the Nepal/China border as well. When you arrive at the airport you must fill in an application form and provide a passport photograph. A single entry visa is valid for 15, 30 or 90 days and it costs $25,40. You can pay this amount in any major currency at the airport, but some land crossings insist on payment in USD. Children under 10 are required to have a visa but are not charged for the same. If you are planning to visit India, Tibet, and Bhutan you could apply for a multiple entry visa. You can change your single-entry visa to a multiple entry visa at Kathmandu’s Central Immigration Office. Keep in mind that your passport must be valid for at least 6 months when you submit your visa application. For further information, you can easily contact the Embassy of Nepal.
All foreign nationals entering Nepal are required to arrange a visa either on arrival or beforehand. A Nepalese visa can be obtained either prior to your arrival at a Nepalese embassy abroad or on arrival in Kathmandu at the airport. Please note that nationals from Afghanistan, Iraq, Cameroon, Ghana, Somalia, Swaziland, Palestine, Zimbabwe, Nigeria, Ethiopia and Liberia cannot secure the Nepalese Visa upon Arrival. Nepalese visa can also be secured at entry points at Nepalese borders. A digital photo (size: 1.5” * 1.5”) will be required and the following fees either in USD dollars cash or the equivalent local currency:
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