After meeting you at your hotel we gather to begin our tour This walking tour is tailored to give you a taste of the flavors, sights, and sounds of the historic center of this remarkable ancient city of Kathmandu. Day tour of 32 Maharjan (Jyapu) tole of Kathmandu, known as very famous as Newari people are the original ethnicity of Kathmandu valley. while they talk in their own community or at home have their own dialog Newari Language.
Culturally they are very rich people who have each weekly (Bhoj) celebration with many different types of food. you must try once Different dishes made by the Newari people, in fact, the Newari cuisine is the most famous and best in the whole country. Each and every day early in the morning go to the temple around their houses for (puja) worship.
You will visit traditional markets, an early trading site, see potters at work, experience the magnificent world heritage site of Durbar Square, absorb the history of the area and get to understand the devastation the 2015 earthquake wrought, experience the atmosphere of a traditional Buddhist education center, and gain some insights into the majority local Newar culture and their values.
The bustling and remarkable Kathmandu City was designed according to Buddhist principles and we draw on the work of French professor, Prof. Tofan of CNRS, France, and Nepal’s own Dr. Niranjan Ojha to provide background as we walk, gaining knowledge of ancient concepts of planned cities.
We start in Thamel where old Kathmandu once ended and take a clockwise route to end at Itumbahal, one of the oldest Buddhist Vihara, Vikramsil Mahavihara, one of the oldest Buddhist temples in Kathmandu with their stunning manuscripts illustrated in gold and silver.
Along the way, we take our time walking around the UNESCO world heritage site of Hanuman Dhoka or Durbar Square with its bustling market, tiny shops, and historic temples and museums. There may even be time to take in the view from the taller buildings and sample typical Nepali cuisine, buy beads at the Muslim Bead market, pottery from Bhedasingh and learn more about the local architecture.