Immerse yourself into the rich Buddhist heritage of the Kathmandu Valley. Experience living tradition and deep spiritual roots. Explore the history behind courtyards, temples, monuments and bustling local markets. Feel the essence of the remarkable cultural heritage of the Kathmandu Valley, it’s ancient history, people, and lifestyle.
Profit from our tours and pilgrimages go to the direct support of HBMC.
Founded in the third century B.C. by the Kirat dynasty and later expanded by the Licchavis in the sixth century, the ancient city of Patan is best known for its rich cultural heritage, particularly its tradition of arts and crafts. A tour to Patan provides an opportunity to experience some of the finest art and […]Read More
Believed to date back from about the 5th century CE, Swoyambhunath is one of the oldest religious sites in Nepal. The ancient stupa is perched on a hillock which over looks the entire Kathmandu valley, offering breath taking views. Well known as the ‘Monkey Temple’ because of the scores on macaque monkeys that have made […]Read More
Pharping is one of the most revered of Buddhist sites, where Guru Padmasambhava, the 8th century Tantric sage, is said to have achieved enlightenment. For centuries Pharping has been a center for spiritual practice . There are two caves where Padmasambhava and his consort Shakyadevi are said to have meditated, and the area boasts many […]Read More
Visit the Swoyambhunath stupa on a hillock over looking the Kathmandu valley. Well known as ‘Monkey Temple’ the golden spire crowning, Swoyambhunath is the most ancient and one of the most important Buddhist sites in Kathmandu valley. This tour is available Mondays and Wednesdays departing HBMC in Naxal at 9am, returning at 12pm. Prices include […]Read More
Situated on a hilltop 40 kilometers from Kathmandu, Namo Buddha is one of the most important Buddhist pilgrimage sites in Nepal. It is known as the place where the Buddha, in a previous life as a prince, gave his body to a starving tigress and her cubs. Namo Buddha is a beautiful, powerful place. For […]Read More
This is an exclusive walking tour to explore the hidden treasures of Kathmandu, its people and rich culture and traditions. On this tour you will visit historic courtyards, alleyways and the core residential area of Kathmandu, where local people live in joint families; Hindus and Buddhists intermingle and live in harmony. The Newar people dominated […]Read More
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