Nepal in a nutshell

Visit Nepal this Year – Nepal in a nutshell

Is Nepal on your bucket list? If not… It should be! Stunning views, jungles, mountains lakes, friendly people and a total government dedication to make 2018 the year to visit Nepal!

Here are the ‘must see sights’ from us at Emperor Tours:


Kathmandu City – Known as Kantipur, the capital of the Kingdom of Nepal… With the incredible Temple of the Living Goddess, who acknowledges the greetings of the devotees from the balcony of her temple residence. The Durbar Square are with it’s array of temples overlooked by the Hanuman Dhoka Palace, the ancient place of the Nepalese Royalty.

Swayambhunath – Buddhist stupa this is said to be 2000 years old. The stupa which forms the main structure is composed of a solid hemisphere of brick and earth supporting a lofty conical spire capped by a pinnacle of copper gilt. Painted on the four sided base of the spire are the all seeing eyes of Buddha. This hill is a mosaic of small Chaityas and Pagoda temples.
Patan also known as Lalitpur, is the city of fine arts, enclosed within 4 stupas said to be built in 3rd century AD, by Emperor Ashoka.
In Chitwan you can enjoy a Jungle safari, including elephant back safari in the community forest, nature walk, bird watching, canoeing (subject to water level), jeep drive (not available from Jun-Sep due to monsoon) and village tour.
The Mayadevi Temple, sacred garden, sacred pond, eternal flame, Ashoka Pillar by rickshaw ride.

Bindyabasini Temple – Located on the top of a small hill at the north end of the old bazaar. This is believed as one of the oldest temples in the valley, and is most famous in Pokhara.
Seti gorge – A mysterious wonder of Pokhara, originated from the Machhapuchare glacier. Seti (which means white in Nepali) river runs through the main city area in about 40 meters depth. The river provides a perfect view of its dreadful rush before it disappears at Bagar into a deep gorge. The gorge is visible from the bridges in the city.
Devi’s Fall – The water flowing from Phewa Lake shows a wonderful fall. We find hollow sandy part and a heavy fall of water within its natural trench. It looks really amazing scene of rainbow with sunlight when a volume of water falls in the deep rocky gorge and produces the water vapour especially in summer.
Tibetan Village – since 1959, a group of Tibetan refugees have been living in Nepal. One such is Tashiling Tibetan Refugee Settlement at Chhorepatan, which is located near two popular sightseeing sites i.e., Devi’s Fall and Gupteshwor Mahadev Cave. m x 4 km, is the centre of all attractions in Pokhara, the enchanting lake is an heavenly playground.
World Peace Pagoda – A massive Buddhist stupa located on a hill top (Rani Ban) just behind Phewa Lake. This stupa is symbol of peace where the huge idols of Lord Buddha from Japan, Srilanka and Thailand have been installed. From here one can enjoys the breathtaking views of Himalayan Ranges, lakes and the city.

Don’t delay…make the most of this incredible place, click here to see our tours of Nepal.

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