Mid-Nepal Tourism Development
As part of the Mid-Nepal Tourism Development Committee we have developed new tourism destinations in seven districts in Mid-Nepal. We have collected data on the Tangible Cultural Heritage and the Intangible Cultural Heritage as per defined by UNESCO. In cooperation with UNESCO, Ministry of Culture, Tourism & Civil Aviation and the Nepal Heritage Society, we are setting up the database of Intangible Cultural Heritage in Nepal. Ecotourism will provide you with more information on the committee and more information about the seven districts and the trip itineraries can be found in Mid-Nepal Tourism Development. For more information, please contact us!
“World Heritage Sites”
Three cities of Kathmandu Valley (Kathmandu, Patan & Bhaktapur) covers seven world heritage sites, i.e. Swayambhunath, Pashupatinath, Bouddhanath & Changunarayan temples and three Durbar Squares of Bhaktapur, Patan & Kathmandu. Everest National Park in the Everest Region and Annapurna Conservation Area of Mount Annapurna Region are two more areas entailed in the world heritage sites in Nepal.
“Hidden Treasure of Kathmandu”
This aims a walking tour passing through unique Buddhist Bahals in Kathmandu like Chhusyabahal to world heritage site, Hanuman Dhoka.
“Kathmandu Valley Culture Tour”
Kathmandu valley is certainly rich in culture. Visits to numerous Buddhist Courtyards, Bahals, Bahis & Choks will enfold a living picture of ancient Nepalese Culture.
“Theravada Buddhist Tour”
Theravada Buddhist Bihars (Shrines) are found all over the kingdom. They represent an important sect of Buddhism in Nepal. Kathmandu, Patan, Bhaktapur, Lumbini, Tansen, Pokhara are worth visiting for such Bihars.
“Buddhist Monasteries in Kathmandu Valley”
Bouddha, Swayambhu, Shivapuri, Namobuddha, Pharping have rich and most attractive Buddhist Monasteries in Kathmandu Valley. Tibetan Buddhist Monks pray & worship Buddha in a melodious way amidst drums & musical instruments, meditation, prayer & worship. They offer pujas and maintain places for prayer and rooms for meditation.
“Ancient City Tour of Patan, Kirtipur & Bhaktapur”
Such a tour is an alternative tour for visitors which aims going to narrow lanes and unusual locations to see people living with ancient life style and visit places almost antique in the modern world. Their way of dealing, dressing, dwelling as also feasting, worshiping are still unique of ancient type — living museums of humans and habitation.
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