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Art Tour in Nepal

Duration: 07 days
Cost: $550
Season: All
Accommodation: Hotel
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Highlights

  • Get the closer look at the rich arts and architectures in Nepal
  • Tour on eastern arts, crafts and architectures based on Vastu Shastra, Ayurveda, Tantra and other oriental studies
  • Learn the different kinds of Nepalese arts
  • Increase your knowledge in the artistic and cultural values of Nepal

Kathmandu valley in Nepal as described in dictum “Every other building in the valley is temple and every other day is festival”. The valley is rich is historical and religious sites where the various ethnic communities keep celebrating different festivals and occasions which appeared Nepal to them as such. Been through different stages of history, Nepal has seen a lot of changes in the arts and the ways of lives influenced by it. Our art tour will focus on all those arts, artifacts and architectures that has remained in the valley for ages, how it evolved and how it is still evolving until the modern time.

Art tour in Nepal is for every students, professors, historians and other interested people. Besides being the country of tallest mountains, Nepal is also the home of innumerable Gods and Goddesses which can be seen in various arts. Kathmandu is Nepal’s artistic, historic and cultural centre. Throughout its 2000yrs history, Kathmandu has seen many kingdoms rise and fall while also many temples and palaces built, destroyed and rebuilt. The varieties in arts and architectures depicting Hinduism and Buddhism, you won’t see this kind of beauty anywhere in the world but in Nepal. With the special art tour created by Nature Lovers, discover and explore the various hidden and unhidden arts of historic and modern Nepal.

Art Tour in Nepal Outline Itinerary

Day 01:Visit to the ‘Little Tibet’ of Nepal, Boudhanath to observe Tibetan Buddhism Arts, B, Hotel

Day 02:Observe the religious tolerance and the combination of Hinduism and Buddhism in the valley arts, B, Hotel

Day 03:Tour of ancient architectural Stupas, temples and the city (built based on ‘Vastu Shastra’, the material science), B, Hotel

Day 04:Visit to Patan to see the metal sculptures and arts, B, Hotel

Day 05:Bhaktapur city tour, the city where the age old practices are still preserved and so we can see clay arts, handmade paper productions, wood carving and many more. B, Hotel

Day 06:Visit Bungmati and Khokana, a typical Newari village with a little bit of hiking. Get amazed with the well preserved wood and stone carving tradition. B, Hotel

Day 07:Back to Kathmandu for rest and leisurely activities. B, Hotel.

Art Tour in Nepal detailed itinerary

BLD denotes Breakfast Lunch Dinner

Day 01: Visit to the ‘Little Tibet’ of Nepal, Boudhanath to observe Tibetan Buddhism Arts, B, Hotel

Day 02: Observe the religious tolerance and the combination of Hinduism and Buddhism in the valley arts, B, Hotel

Day 03: Tour of ancient architectural Stupas, temples and the city (built based on ‘Vastu Shastra’, the material science), B, Hotel

Day 04: Visit to Patan to see the metal sculptures and arts, B, Hotel

Day 05: Bhaktapur city tour, the city where the age old practices are still preserved and so we can see clay arts, handmade paper productions, wood carving and many more. B, Hotel

Day 06: Visit Bungmati and Khokana, a typical Newari village with a little bit of hiking. Get amazed with the well preserved wood and stone carving tradition. B, Hotel

Day 07: Back to Kathmandu for rest and leisurely activities. B, Hotel

Art Tour in Nepal cost breakdown

Cost Includes

  • All private ground transportations
  • Hotels in Kathmandu on BB twin sharing basis
  • Kathmandu valley sightseeing tour with various entrance fees
  • A licensed tour guide and his expense
  • Meeting with different artists and observing the creation of arts
  • Company t-shirt
  • First aid medical kit bag
  • Government taxes and VAT

Cost Excludes

  • Meals in Kathmandu
  • Personal expenses
  • Gratuities to the staffs
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