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Kathmandu Valley
Monastery Tour

Visit holy pilgrimage sites in
Kathmandu Valley

Kathmadu Valley Monastery
As Nepal is known as birthplace of Lord Gautam Buddha, Kathmandu Valley is very
blessed by Buddhist tradition and culture. Home for numerous monastery, stupa,
chityas and gumbas which carries a lot of stories and beliefs of Buddhism and the
Buddhist traditions in Nepal. These kind of monasteries are the best places to learn
Buddhist rituals and meditations for the better way of living a life. This tour include
many world heritage sites.

Brief Itinerary for Kathmandu Valley
Monastery Tour

Day 1 – Arrival in Kathmandu
Beautiful mountains from Himalayas
welcomes you as your plane begins
to land in Kathmandu. After passing
through arrival gate of the airport,
you will meet our guide from Asia
Buddhist Tours and Treks. He will
take you the deluxe hotel to stay and
spend rest of the day.

Day 2 – Namobudha Monastery
Day starts with a delicious breakfast. Our
guide will be there to pick you up in the
hotel for the 50kms ride to northeast out
of Kathmandu Valley. Mouth watering
view of mountain, spend you day the
exploring the monastery which is home
for more than 250 monks. It is also
believed that, this is the place where Lord
Gautam Buddha offered his own flesh to
feed the hungry tigress and her cubs.
Later we will return our hotel and have
dinner before ending the second day.

Day 3 – Baudhanath and Kopan Monestey
Shechen(Baudhanath) Monastery is one
of the most important monasteries for
the Tibetan Buddhist, also named in
UNESCO world heritage site. The
monastery also conducts different classes
for Buddhist dance, painting, music and
philosophy. Kopan Monastery is one of
the largest monastery in the world. More
than 350 monks lives here. Not only this,
the monastery offers courses on
Buddhism and its practices affiliated with
the Foundation for the preservation of
the Mahayana Traditions(FPMT).

Day 4 – Swoyambhunath and Pharping Monastery
Swoyambhunath is one of the oldest
monastery in Kathmandu valley located on
the hilltop. It is also known as Monkey
Temple. Amazing view of hole Kathmandu
valley and just behind on other hill you will
see, Druk Amitabh monastery(White
Monastery or Setogumba). This monastery is
a great architectural design decorated by
wall paintings, Tibetan murals and statues.
Just about 19kms away to south of
Kathmandu, Pharping monastery is
surrounded by a Newari village. It show the
mixed culture between Hinduism and
Buddhism. The monastery itself surrounded
my different hindu temples.

Day 5 – Departure Day
Final day in Kathmandu, hope you have
learnt new techniques in living your life in
this tour. Please make sure you visit our
representatives of Asia Buddhist Tours
and treks review our guidance and more
exciting other tours.

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