A Nomadic Mind: How Mountain Adventure Can Change the Way You Think

We travel to see something new and experience a new life. The act of traveling may transform your perspective on the world and the way you think.We decide to travel and go somewhere. We plan the trip and get excited about getting closure dates of departure. Possibilities in travel seem endless. Anything could happen! Mountain Adventure can change our lives.

Finally, we go. We have a good time in the mountain but sometimes it will not. We enjoy it differently with a free mind. No torture, no more emails and phone calls from work. After a couple of weeks in the mountains, we return home. Share the photos and recounts the experience with friends, family, and relatives. Again, back to the schedule and working life. We start weaving the dreams of the next adventure. Somehow it can be painful because it is like a dream or watching a movie.

Traveling and exploring are the opium of life. If you start then, it always pushes up to go somewhere, to explore something. We go Everest trekking region; there are multiple trekking routes with different mountains with diverse angles. So, to complete the Everest Region also need to stay a couple of months, which is impossible on a trip. And also, it is a different experience in the different seasons; Spring, Monsoon, Autumn, and Winter.

We travel to the Himalayas with the aim of, dream but sometimes it can change the way of thinking about the trip to the Himalayas. What do we think or what do we see; that transforms our perspective on the Mountain Adventure. That’s why it is opium and make addict to us travel time and again.

Trekking in the High Himalayas is not easy, and we should always be careful when traveling in the Mountains. From all aspects of possible dangers: Raining, Snowing, Avalanches, HACE, HAPE, etc.

Everybody knows Nepal is the kingdom of the Himalayas. Yes, it is the kingdom of the Himalayas. Besides the Himalayas, Nepal has a different experience of culture, religion, and landscapes. That’s why everybody loves to travel to Nepal. Once is not enough for Nepal.

Top 5 Reasons Why should you travel to Nepal?

Why should you travel to Nepal? The top Five Reasons to travel to Nepal are:

Natural Beauty – Mountains, Lakes, Jungles, and Landscapes

Nepal is one of the most beautiful countries in the world. It is the kingdom of the Himalayas – the ten highest mountains above the 8000m in Nepal. One of the Deepest Lakes – Shey Phoksundo, One of the Highest Lakes – Tilicho, the Queen’s of Lake – Rara, and the wonderful city Pokhara have mainly three lakes; Phewa, Rupa, and Begnash, Moutain Lakes: Cholatse Lake, Gokyo Lakes, Imja Tse lake, Kongma La Lake, Tsho-Rolpa Lake, these are prime lakes. Beside them are there a couple of hundred lakes in Nepal. There are twelve National parks in Nepal. Jungle safari, Jungle walk, and bird-watching are prime in Chitwan and Bardia. Shivapuri National Park is famous for Day Hikes. Sagarmatha, Annapurna Conservation Area, Langtang National Park, and Makalu Barun National Park are for trekking and climbing adventure. Nepal has three distinct landscapes: South Plain Terai, Middle fully hilly region, and North High Himalaya.

Everest Trekking Region in Nepal with Apex Asia Holidays

Adventure Activities – Trekking, Climbing, Rafting, Paragliding, etc.

Nepal is one of the best trekking and climbing destinations in the world. In Nepal, you can trek at the base camp of the world’s highest peaks and the alpine above the 6000m small trekking peaks. The origins of all the rivers are the Himalayas, so they have a high-speed current where you can roar your boats. Paragliding, Ultra-light flights in the laps of the Annapurna Himalayas and Machhapurchhre are always thrilling. Bhote Koshi Bungee, Pokhara, and Baglung Bungee are nifty and thrilling.

Langtang Valley

Cultural / Heritages site Tour – UNESCO World Heritage Sites.

These altogether ten heritages are listed in UNESCO World Heritage Sites. Eight of them are cultural, and the remaining two are natural. Kathmandu, Bhaktapur, Patan Durbar Square, Pashupatinath, Swyambhu, and Bouddha Stupa are in the Kantipur Valley. Changunarayan Temple in Nagarkot, Bhaktapur district, and Lumbini in Rupandehi District. Chitwan and Sagarmatha National Park these two have been listed as natural world heritage sites in UNESCO world heritage sites. Jungle Safari, wildlife activities, and bird watching are popular in Chitwan National Park. Sagarmatha National Park is the most famous trekking adventure, peak climbing, and expeditions.

Indra Jatra Kathmandu Festival Tour in Nepal

Safest Country – Whoever you are, Solo, Group, Family

Nepal is one of the safest countries in the world. Every Nepalese people believe that guests are a god. Each tourist in Nepal is safe and enjoys the tour. How you would love to travel, Solo, with Family, or in a small group? No worries, In Nepal you can visit, trek and hike. But Keep in Mind, if you are trekking alone in High Himalayas, please be careful of the weather, trekking trail, and AMS. Never try to go new trail or unknown trail, especially in the Himalayas. We strongly recommend you hire a porter. By hiring a porter, you protect two people, yourself and the porter family. You may also be ready Why should I hire a trekking guide?

Kathmandu Rim Cycling or Mountain Biking in Nepal by Apex Asia Holidays

Best hospitality – Value of your Dollars

In Nepal, you will find the best hospitality. You will have options of High-Class 5star hotel to regular guesthouses. The facilities are distinct, but respects are similar. Your each dollar deserve the services.

Luxury Tour in Nepal by Apex Asia Holidays

Do I Need Acclimatization Hike in Everest Base Camp Trek?

Yes, the acclimatization hike is mandatory for especially new trekkers. Acclimatization is the process of becoming accustomed to a new climate. Everest trekking is the trek in the high Himalayas. Most of the trekkers have not been at high elevations on foot. It is not effortless for all trekkers hiking in the high Himalayas. To fit the body with the new climate, we have to go slowly and adapt. The ignorance of adaption can be the cause of acute mountain sickness. Each trekker has to be careful at high altitudes trekking. Acute mountain sickness (AMS) may be felt from above 3000m of sea level. That’s why everybody has to listen to the symptoms of high altitude and try to reduce them while trekking. Walking slow, drinking plenty of water and fluid, and having a rest, acclimatization hike is the basic but crucial of trekking.

AMS is because of reduced air pressure and lowers oxygen levels at high altitudes. So, to maintain the air pressure and oxygen level at high elevation, we have to hike and try to fit with the elevation. Hike up to the next day’s level elevation and down to the lower elevation overnight. Acclimatization hikes are strongly recommended for every trekker. Few regular hikers may skip the hikes but you should not. Nowadays, people are skipping the acclimatization hike to shorten the trek, which is not fit all, and ruined the entire dream. An improper itinerary may spoil the dream so make it properly with maintaining your standard. First, ask yourself, Who I am?, How much do I know about the Himalayas? Is it my first trip to High Himalayas?

In the standard Everest Base Camp trek, there are mainly two hikes: Syanboche Airport / Khumujung Hike from Namche Bazaar (3441m) and Nangkartshang Peak (5090) hike from Dingboche (4350m). The first acclimatization hike is Syngboche, Khumjung Village, and Everest View Hotel. Which starts from Namche Bazaar (3,441m) and reaches (3,880m). You will reach a similar height to Tengboche Hill (3,880m) (Tengboche Monastery).

Nangkartshang Peak (5090m) is a popular hiking trail in Everest Region. Most of the trekkers hike up to Nangkartshang Peak (5,090m), who are doing Everest Base Camp Trek (5,365m). On the 6th day of the trek, we reach Dingboche Valley. Dingboche (4,341m) is a junction of Everest Base Camp (5,365m), Island Peak, and Kong Ma La Pass (5,540m). It is the second acclimatization hike of the Everest Base Camp trek, first, we have in Namche Bazaar (3,441m).

So, an acclimatization hike is important for each trekker. We strongly recommend following the Standard Itinerary.

The best Everest Short Trekking

How many treks are in Everest Region? What is the shortest itinerary for Everest Region? There are always questions about the itinerary because every itinerary can customize. Yes, Everest Base Camp also can finish in 10 Days but not for all trekkers. It is for you who have the perfect health and physical conditions.

The best Everest Short Trekking is:

10 Days Everest Base Camp Trek

It is a short trek without acclimatization days. If you have limited time and good physical – this is for you. 10days Everest Base Camp trek is not recommended for the new trekker or who do not have trekking experience in high elevations. Check it carefully. A few of them do not include the porter services as well. We reach at 5555m (Kalapathar).Guide-Gyanu-leading-the-group-in-Everest-region-for-Gokyo-Valley-To-Everest-base-Camp

Everest Panorama Trek

It is a most doing trekking of the Everest region. It is also known as Tengboche Trekking because it goes up to Tengboche Hill. From Syngboche and Tengboche Hill, we can see the panoramic mountain view of Mt. Everest. It is a week trek and perfect for those who have limited time. The highest elevation of the trail is 3880m Tengboche.

(Everest in Full Picture) Tengboche seen below massive mountains of Khumbu region - photo by Anuj Adhikary

Gokyo Valley or Gokyo Ri Trek

Another short but most panoramic trek is the Gokyo Ri trek. It is also a week trek and the best option who love to see the mountains and time-limited. It lies northwest of Everest Base Camp. We do not visit Tengboche and so on. Gokyo Ri is one of the best trekking viewpoints in the Everest region.

Pikey Base Camp Trek

Pikey Base Camp trek is in southern Khumbu and does not include the Lukla flight. A long day jeep drive begins the journey of the Pikey trek. The maximum height is 3640m Pikey Base Camp. The youngest trekking route in Nepal is in the Everest trekking region. It is also known as the Dal Bhat trek route because of its easiness. A bold settlement, Pikey, was one of the best favorite villages of Sir Edmund Hilary.

Namche Bazaar Trekking

The shortest trek Namche Bazaar – 4 days of Everest Panoramic trekking. On the first day, overnight at Phakding or Manjo and 2nd and 3rd Nights in Namche Bazaar. We can switch 3rd night to Khumjung. Syngboche Hill, the Airport area, and Everest View hotel are the famous viewpoint of the region.

Namche bazaar in the Rest day of Everest Base Camp Trek

Sherpa Village Trek

Sherpa Village Trekking is a famous trekking route in Nepal & it is an ideal trekking destination. Sherpa itself resembles the mountains, high Himalayas, and Everest regions. Solukhumbu is the main settlement of the Sherpa community and gradually spread to the west land through the salt trade route. The nomadic people Sherpa gave rise to the main four clans: Munyagpa, Thimi, Sertawel, and Chawa. It is an 8days trekking to Kathmandu.

Kumjung Village seen from the trail of Everest Panorama Luxury Trek

For now, these are the best short trek in Everest Region. But there are always options to make shorten the trek. Nowadays, the trending Everest base camp is to trek up to base camp and return in a helicopter.

The best 7000 meter peaks in Nepal

Nepal is a kingdom of the Himalayas, and you will have multiple choices for peak climbing if you have already climbed 5000 meters and 6000-meter peaks, 7000-meter peaks are for you now. Here are a couple of 7000-meter peaks, we have discussed.

Baruntse Peak 7129M

Mt. Baruntse (7129m) lies above the east and west col, in front of Mt. Makalu. Mt. Baruntse is in the center of Mt. Makalu, Mt. Lhotse, and Mt. Nuptse. In comparison with Mt. Amadablam and Mt. Pumori, Mt. Pumori is less technical. It has ice cliff obstacle parts at about 700 meters.

Tilicho Peak 7134M

Tilicho peak (7134m/23,406ft) is another most climbing peak in the western Himalayas. It lies in the Manang district, between Khangsar Kang (7558m) and Nilgiri North (7061m). From the summit, you see the massifs of Mt. Annapurna, Mt. Dhaulagiri, and down to the deepest gorge in the world – Kali Gandaki Gorge.

best 7000 meter Peaks

Gangapurna Himal 7455M

Gangapurna Expedition 7455m is another best destination in the Annapurna Himalayan range between Annapurna III (7555m) and Tarke Kang (7193 m) Base Camp. From the summit, you can see Mt. Annapurna II (7937m), Mt. Annapurna IV (7525m), and Mt. Dhaulagiri (8167m), Mt. Tilicho Peak (7134m), Mt. Annapurna III (7555m), and Mt. Manaslu (8156m).

Gangapurna Himal

Besides these given mountains there are other few mountains which are also climbing.

The best 6000 Meter Peaks / Expedition in Nepal

There many of the trekking peaks are under the 6000m category, but the best 6000 meter peaks are; Imja Tse (Island Peak) Peak (6165m/20,226ft), Chulu East Peak (6584m/21,601ft), Lobuche East Peak (6119m/20,062ft), Mera Peak (6476m/21,247ft), etc. Some mountains of 5000m are similar to Kalapathar, Thorong La Pass, Kongmola Pass, etc. So, most people love to climb 6000M peaks as first and initial mountain expeditions. Among the several 6000m mountains, we are operating:

Imja Tse (Island Peak) Peak (6165m/20,226ft)

The Island Peak Climbing is also known as Imja Tse. It is the most famous peak climbing in Nepal. Island Peak is a mountain in Everest Region. The name Island Peak had given by members of the British Mount Everest expedition in 1953. That mountain appeared as an island in a sea of ice from Dingboche. It was renamed in 1983 to Imja Tse, but Island Peak became popular.

Chulu East Peak (6584m/21,601ft)

Chulu East Peak (6584m/21,601ft) lies north of Mt. Annapurna. It has a 900m climbing route. The Peak Chulu East provides breathtaking views of Annapurna (I II, III, and IV), Gangapurna, Glacier Dome, Dhaulagiri, Tilicho Peak, and Mt. Manaslu.

Lobuche East Peak (6119m/20,062ft)

Mt. Lobuche East (6119m (20,062ft) lies nearby the Khumbu Glacier – Lobuche. The submit view of Mt. Lobuche gives the panoramic sight of Mt. Lhotse, Mt. Everest, Mt. Ama Dablam, and many other 6000m peaks in the Khumbu Valley.

Everest Base Camp with Lobuche East with Apex Asia Holiday in Nepal Himalaya

Mera Peak (6476m/21,247ft)

Mera peak is the easy but highest trekking peak of Nepal. It lies in Makalu Barun National Park in Khumbu Himalayan Range. Makalu Barun National Park is an inhabitant of endangered animals as well as the highest mountain peaks: Mt. Everest (8848 m), Lhotse (8516 m), Cho-Oyu (8201 m), and Makalu (8464 m).

Pisang Peak(6091m/19,970ft)

Pisang Peak is a tough trip to the Annapurna region because of its combining features. It is a combination of; peak and pass – Thorong La. Pisang peak has been categorized as a technical because of its climbing route.

Singu Chuli Peak (6501m/21,328ft)

Singu Chuli Peak (6,501m) lies in Annapurna Trekking Region. In some cases, people also recognize the Singu Chuli is the fluted peak. The first climber of Singu Chuli peak was Wilf Noyce and David Cox in 1957 from the North-East Face route. We can see the stunning view of Dhaulagiri (8,167m), Annapurna I (8,091m), Annapurna II (7,937m), and Himchuli (6,441m), Machhapuchhre (6,993m) and more.

Kusum Kangaru Peak (6367m/20,889ft)

One of the techinical peak Kumsum Kangaru is lies in Mahalangur Range – Solukhumbu. It requires technical knowledge and experience in climbing. The summit (6370m) offers panoramic views of Khumbu Tse, Karyolung, Khang Karpo, Khangtega, etc.

Chulu West Peak (6584m/21,601ft)

Chulu West lies at Manang. It can be spotted from a famous western pass Thorong La (5416m). It is on the way to Thorong La Pass Trek. Some climbers return to Kathmandu after summiting the peak, and some of them cross the Thorong La and fly to Pokhara from Jomsom.

Saribung Peak (6346 m)

Saribung Peak is a bit longer trek – about 22 days with superb panoramic trek and expedition in western Nepal. This trip involves camping nights as well. We will follow off the beaten trail to the Lomanthang and Saribung peaks (6346 m) nearby Damodar Himal and Damodar Kunda.

On-the-way-to-Mera-Peak-Summit

Pokhara to Lumbini distance and route

A round trip from Pokhara to Lumbini Kathmandu is always an excellent option for a round trip through southern Nepal. You have multiple options to get there. It is up to you. What kinds of transportation do you opt for it? The road is about 200KM, and the public bus takes about 7hrs drive to get there. At the same time, you have options for domestic flights from Pokhara and also private cars.

Flights leave every day at 8:30 AM by Buddha Air, and local buses have multiple departures though recommended to get an earlier bus always, and the private car leaves on your time and interest.

Water cannel in the Lumbini Buddhist Pilgrim site in Nepal

The public bus is the cheapest option, and a private car and flight are almost similar in cost the US $100, but the private car is a little more expensive than the flight. A taxicab is more relaxing, and options to visit several places along the trail. We drive to Lumbini via Syangja, Tansen Palpa.

In between the Pokhara and Lumbini, there is Chitwan National Park, famous for Jungle safari and Tharu culture. It is 143KM far from Pokhara, and Lumbini to Chitwan is about 153KM. We can arrive at Chitwan by a domestic flight from Pokhara and Kathmandu.

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Best Short Trek in Annapurna Region

Nepal is a hub of trekking. 100s of the trekking routes are in Nepal and classified in various variables. And Annapurna is the second most trekking route in Nepal. Annapurna also we have multiple categories for the trekking adventure. Lower Annapurna is the best for short treks – below the week, and Upper Annapurna are long or regular trip is about the 2 to three weeks. The best short trek in Annapurna are:

Poon Hill Trek

One of the best lower-elevation short treks is Poon Hill in the Annapurna trekking region. It is a 5days scenic, easy trekking trail. Anybody can visit Poon Hill Ghorepani, aged 5- 75, but parents are mandatory for the children. The difficulty level of Poon Hill is painless but involves a steep hike. Sunrise from Poon Hill and Ghandruk Village is the attraction of this trek.

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Mt. Annapurna south from the top of Poon Hill in the Poon Hill trekking

Mardi Himal Trek

Another short and scenic trek in Annapurna is Mardi Himal Base Camp. It is also a week trek with Pokhara city. Badal Dada and Upper View Point are the best viewpoints of the Mardi Himalaya trek. The giant face of Machhapuchhre (Fishtail) is just in front of you from Upper Viewpoint.

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Mardi Himal Trek with Apex Asia Holidays- Visit Nepal 2020

Royal Trek – Foot Hills of Annapurna

Royal Trek is the trekking on the foothill of Annapurna. The name of route as a royal is just because in the early 80s, Prince Charles and his 90-person entourage had explored it. We can experience the culture and practices of the locals that inhabit there.

Tourist on the Annapurna Trekking Trail with Apex Asia Holidays

Dhampus Sarangkot Trek

It is a superb short trek for just two nights with a magnificent view of the Himalayas. Dhampur Saragkot Trek enables short hikes, exploring World Peace Stupa, Sunrise view over the Himalayas, and areal view of lakes and city.

Phewa lake in Pokhara, we can visit either before or after Mardi Himal Trek

Any of the above-given trips are available with us and can customize as per the trekker’s availability and time limit.

Kathmandu Itinerary: How to spend 3 Perfect days in Kathmandu

There is so much to do and see in Kathmandu. It is hard to include all in a few days. The post aims to assist you with how you can see everything in Kathmandu in 3 days itinerary. Kathmandu itinerary can be the best choices for them because we have limited time and are interested in exploring the history, culture, and nature of Kathmandu. Similarly, the culture, history, and natural hike, we enjoy the time in food, museums to discover, and nightlife. For more details about the Kathmandu tour, the itinerary of Kathmandu valley Highlights is for you.

Kathmandu Itinerary

    Day 01 – Historical Kathmandu

  • Kathmandu Durbar Square
  • Bhaktapur Durbar Square
  • Patan Durbar Square

    Day 02- Religious Tour

  • Pashupatinath Temple
  • Baouddhanath Stupa
  • Swyambhunath Stupa

    Day 03- Natural Tour/ Day Hike (One the them)

  • Shivapuri Peak
  • Jamacho Peak
  • Champadevi

When you arrive at Tribhuvan Airport, you need to take care of the following things in Kathmandu.

  • Purchase a SIM card for your phone. It is essential to be in touch either directly by telephone or via the internet.
  • Get some Nepalese currency from the many ATMs around the airport/ hotel or cities.

There is a prepaid taxi counter for them who have not booked the program with any travel agency or hotel.

If you booked a trip, they send a representative with your Name details – check it on the arrival section. The representatives will be there with holding the name card on the arrival terminal.


Where have to visit in Kathmandu?

Kathmandu Dubar Square Area

Historical Kathmandu

Kathmandu valley holding centuries dating back to history, and these histories blended with the culture and regions. That’s why each of the destinations is linked to each other, you find the ancient history as well as religious aspects and culture.

The prime destination that I have picked out from the viewpoint of a Tourist is 4 Royal Palaces and Museums, Religious Sites, and a day of hiking in Shivapuri National Park.


Kathmandu Durbar Square

Kathmandu Durbar Square lies in the central part of Kathmandu, just nearby the touristic town of Thamel Bazaar. Hanuman Dhoka is the old name and the way locals recognize it. It was the Royal Palace in medieval times but was not merely for the Royal activities but also a Center of administrative, cultural activities, and festivals.

Kathmandu Duarbar Square at Bashantapur Durbar area

The historical buildings and temples in the area were erected from the time of King Ratna Malla (1484-1520AD) to Prithvi Bir Bikram Shah (1875-1911AD).

Why is it named Hanuman Dhoka?

Because a large red-painted statue of Hanuman is in the golden gate of the palace and it is believed that Hanuman is the Powerful protector.

    Kathmandu Durbar Square
  • Taleju Temple – 1562AD by Mahendra Malla
  • Krishna Temple – 1649 AD by Pratap Malla
  • Jagannath Temple – 1563 AD by Mahendra Malla
  • Stone Column – Pratap Malla
  • Degutalle Temple – 1671 AD King Shiva Sing and renovated by King Pratap Malla
  • Hanuman Statue – 1672AD by King Pratap Malla
  • Shiva- Parvati Temple – by Rana Bahadur Shah
  • Big Bell – 1779 AD King Rana Bahadur Shah
  • Kal Bhairav – by Pratap Malla
  • Maju Dewal – built during the 17th century
  • Trilokya Mohan Narayan – built during the 17th century
  • Kumari Ghar – 1757 AD by King Jaya Prakash Malla
  • Basantapur Durbar – 1770 AD by King Pritivi Narayan Shah
  • Gaddi Baithak – 1908 AD by Chandra Shumsher
  • Kasthmandap – built during the 12th century
  • Ashok Vinayak –
  • Dhansa – 1637 AD by Pratap Malla

Patan Durbar Square

Patan Durbar Square during the Kathmandu Highlights Tour

Patan is also known as Lalitpur – which means the city of the art. It is located across the river Bagmati – about 7-8km from Thamel. This city was founded in the 3rd century by King Veera Dev and has the distinction of being the home of the finest craft and is considered the oldest of all three cities of Kathmandu valley. Most of the monuments in this square date back to the medieval Mall period from the 16th to 18th century – Credited to King Siddhi Nar Singh Malla, Shri Niwas Malla, and Yog Narendra Malla.

    Patan Durbar Square
  • Main Chowks (Courtyard) 1647 AD Patan Durbar Square
  • Bhimsen Temple
  • Vishwanath Temple
  • Krishna Mandir – 17th century by King Siddhi Narshing Malla
  • Stone Column – King Yog Nagendra Malla
  • Jagannath Temple –
  • Harisankhar Temple – 1704 AD Yog Nagendra Malla
  • Taleju Temple -by King Siddhi Narshing Malla
  • Golden Temple – 12th century by King Bhaskar Varma
  • Kumbheshwor – 14th century by King Jayasthiti Malla
  • Mahaboudhha – 15th century – Architech by Avaya Raj

Bhaktapur Durbar Square

Bhaktapur meaning the city of devotees was founded by King Ananda Dev in 1197AD according to the Gopal Raj Vamsabali even though the existence of the city could be traced back to the Lichhavi period (175 to 750 AD). The Durbar Square was the seat of the Malla Kings and the present structures were erected from the 12th century to the 18th century. Bhaktapur is about 20KM from the center of Kathmandu.

Dattatray Temple- Bhaktapur Durbar
    Bhaktapur Durbar Square
  • The Lion Gate – 1696AD King Bhuptindra Malla
  • Golden Gate – 1754AD by King Ranjit Malla
  • Four Pilgrimage Sites – Jaganath, Kedarnath, Rameshwor, and Badrinath
  • Stone column – by King Bhupatindra Malla
  • 55 Windows Palace – 1427AD by Yakshya Malla
  • Vastala Temple – 17th century by Jaya Ranjit Malla
  • Yakcheswor Mahadev – 1480AD by King Yakshya Malla
    Taumadi Square
  • Nyatapola
  • Bhairab Nath Temple
  • Teel Mahadev Narayan Temple
    Dattatrya Square
  • Dattatray Temple
  • Bhimsen Temple
  • Pujari Math

Pashupatinath Temple

The meaning Pashupatinath is Lord of Animals and is considered to be the patron deity of Nepal and India. It is considered the holiest site for Hindus all over the world.

Pashupatinath temple is a pagoda-style two-tiered golden roof with exquisitely carved four silver doors containing in its sanctum a phallic idol with four faces facing each direction and the other fifth one looking up toward the zenith. The temple is dedicated to Lord Shiva and the present site by Lichhavi king Supusha Verma. However, the present temple was built by King Bhupalendra Malla in 1697AD.

Pashupatinath Temple Kathmandu City Tour

Swayambhunath

Swayambhunath Stupa follows the Vajrayana form of Buddhism which is a tantric variation of the Mahayana Buddhism. The stupa was constructed during the Lichhivi Period.

Swyambhu Stupa Kathamndu Nepal Vista Tour
    Swayambhunath
  • Harati Temple
  • Anantapura and Pratapura
  • Bajra Dhatu Mandala
  • Forms and Buddhas and their consorts

Boudhanath Stupa

Boudhanath Stupa is the biggest stupa in Nepal, it lies about 5KM east of the center of Kathamndu, Thamel. The stupa stands on a three-tiered platform raised over the crossed rectangles to bring out the yantra form. The stupa has believed to have been built in the 5th century A.D during the reign of the Licchivi Kings.

Nepal Vista Tour in Nepal. It is a Bouddhanath Stupa. A trip by Apex Asia Holidays

Shivapuri Peak Hike

Shivapuri Peak Hike is the greatest and also full-day hiking trail in Kathmandu.

  • Location: Northern Part of Kathmandu
  • Hike Start Point: Budhanilkantha
  • Elevation: 2730m/ 8,957 Feet
  • Shivapuri National Park is home to 177 species of birds, 102 species of butterflies, and 129 species of mushrooms.

The surveys have recorded the existence of Indian Leopards, Himalayan Black bears, Deer, Wild Boar, and more in the park. Shivapuri Peak Hike is the best warm-up before heading into the higher mountains trekking. And, also good for them we are doing City Tour, Cultural Tours in Nepal. Shivapuri National Park is home to the source of the holy Bagmati River. Budhanilakantha is the starting point and takes about 3-4 hours to hike. The summit offers spectacular views of the Ganesh Himal Range, Langtang Range, and Jugal Himal range.

Mountain View from Shivapuri peak