Kathmandu Photography Tour
Kathmandu is one of the most photogenic places of Nepal. The colorful bazaars and festivals accompanied by amazing hills and enchanting birds is what you will be rendered in Kathmandu Photography Tour. As, Kathmandu is popular as City of Temples. So, shrines and temples of all religion is almost present in every streets of Kathmandu. The architectural beauty of temples, and statue is worth all time you spend and camera storage.
Kathmandu has the densest UNESCO world heritage site among all the capitals of the world, so there is no chance of missing the amusement of Kathmandu by your camera partner. Nice weather, cultural diversity, and of course architectural beauty is all present in this Kathmandu Photography Tour of Aarya Tara Travels and Tours.
In 60s and 70s, Kathmandu was heaven for hippies and what’s amazing is you still can capture the reminiscence of hippie era. Smiling face is everywhere. Kathmandu is much more than culture and festivals, the vivid and colorful street of Thamel allures you. The mini Kathmandu, Thamel is must go place for art lovers and for capturing some of the best night life shots.
Kathmandu Photography Tour of Aarya Tara Travels and Tours assures you won’t be missing any photogenic places of Kathmandu.
Photogenic Places of Kathmandu
Swayambhunath is popular as monkey temple. The 4th century old temple renders some of the best view of capital Kathmandu. Roaming in this temple awards you spiritual satisfaction. The prayer flags flickering in the temple along with the aromatic smell of incense sticks is what Swayambhunath offers. The temple is blend of both Hinduism and Buddhism. The large statue located at entrance of the temple, continuous steps, and of course admirable main white stupa with the painting of watchful eyes is all there to be framed.
Boudhanath is popular Buddhist shrine located at outskirt of capital Kathmandu. Easily one of the photogenic places of Kathmandu, Boudhanath is largest dome shaped stupa in Asia. Boudhanath is the place to be if you wish to satisfy your soul and mind. Monks in their maroon attire, flickering prayer flags, shops displaying Thanka paintings, numerous Gombas inside the premises has to make it you Photography bucket list.
Pashupatinath is one of the biggest and most worshipped Hindu shrine for Hindus all around the world. Lying at the bank of Holy Bagmati River, temple is alluring. Visit to this sacred site offers you most colorful shot of people dancing and worshipping the God Shiva. Sadhus in their attire, Hindu cremation procedure done at the bank of Bagmati, is a treat to you camera and surely give you another dimension to look human life. Hundreds of accompanying temples, and the activities of people in the temple is worth your time and camera.
Patan promises the best shot of architectural masterpieces. Hand craved designs on stones and woods made in 16th century is not something you see every day. The cultural diversity, colorful bazaars, festivals, is all there to be framed by your lens partner. Patan is easily the picture perfect place as it is perfect blend of culture, architecture and happy people. The Krishna temple built in 1637 accompanied by Tusha Hiti, Bhimsen Temple, Taleju Bhawani Temple, Mul Chowk and Patan Durbar Square all has that historic architectural magnificence.
Bhaktapur is one of the old cities of Nepal and lies at the east corner of Kathmandu. Bhaktapur is similar to Patan rendering architectural perfection, culture, and art and appealing culture. Natively populated with Newar community, this UNESCO world heritage site awards you the best shot of art, beautiful ponds, rich customs, musical mystic and festivals. The historic and cultural authenticity of Bhaktapur is well preserved from modernization too. Bhaktapur has following places for your photography needs:
- Beautifully crafted 55 windows palace with captivating Golden Gate
- The Yakshewor Temple
- Nyatpole Temple
- Dattatreya Square
- Narayan Temple
- National Art Gallery
- Bhairavnath Temple
- Siddha Pokhari
Kathmandu Durbar Square
Kathmandu Durbar Square was once the King’s Palace from where greatest kings rule Kathmandu. Durbar Square is the home to only living goddesses of the world, the Kumari. Kathmandu Durbar Square resembles adorable architectural legacy, admirable culture and festivals and of course the smiling people. Satisfy yourself and your lens partner with the glimpse of living goddesses Kumari, capture best shots of people’s lifestyle, or simply capture the tall temples, whatever you wish to, Kathmandu Durbar Square has got it all.
Kathmandu Photography Tour of Aaya Tara Travels and Tours is the best answer to your quest of dotting and capturing some of the amazing places of Kathmandu.