Evening walk in the streets of Kathmandu- Full of life and incredible activities

Chaotic streets yet enchantingly full of life, availability of most of the modern amenities yet lost somewhere in the medieval era, Kathmandu is one of the cities in the world having too much to offer. With more than 2000 temples and monasteries including the 7 UNESCO Heritage Sites, Kathmandu valley itself is a Heritage Valley comprising artistically beautiful cities Kathmandu, Patan and Bhaktapur. Kathmanduians pride on the culture which is totally unique to the rest of the world. The valley of festivals, temples and gods and goddess, Kathmandu can be best explored walking along its crowded streets.

Here we have an example of few photographs which were captured during  30 minutes walk from Kathmandu Durbar Square to Thamel. Have a look.

Bhaktapur Durbar Square represents the medieval architecture of Nepal

Mr. Ejvind Mortensen and Ms. Jonna Pedersen from Denmark through our exclusive country partner Kipling Travel recently toured around Nepal. Their trip included the tour of the Nepalese capital Kathmandu, the birthplace of Buddha Lumbini and the city of festivals Bhaktapur. Here we have a feedback by Mortensen and Pedersen after the completion of Holiday in Nepal with Explore Himalaya.


Our holiday to Nepal was a very good experience with many good memories. Bhaktapur is an amazing place and we are missing it. We wish we would have spent few hours more at Bhaktapur.

We are really very happy. The service of Explore Himalaya was excellent with relevant advices and friendly staffs. Our every expectation was fulfilled.

Guides were very informative and they even provided supplementary information to our every question.