Best Group Activities in Kathmandu

THE 10 BEST Kathmandu Large Group Activities & Things to Do

Best Group Activities in Kathmandu

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  • Dikshya Upreti
    Kathmandu, Nepal5 contributions
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    this is a dusty but beautifu and dirty but amazingly beautiful city full of culture n temples, love every corner of the city.
    Written July 8, 2024
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  • Tony L
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    I had a another wonderful time at swoyambhu. I saw all Kathmandu from top. Many monkeys are there. I saw peace pond too. It was good experience there.
    Written July 4, 2024
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  • Dikshya Upreti
    Kathmandu, Nepal5 contributions
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    this is a heaven on earth for all Hindus and even as a visitor you will fall in love with this place. Do not go if you can no see people being burnt after death, res is amazing.
    Written July 8, 2024
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  • TravellerPetals
    New Delhi, India259 contributions
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    Aha, this is the place to be when thinking about central Kathmandu. This is the place of nightlife, food, music and having a good time. The area what we covered started from Garden of Dreams, going past the Tridevi Mandir and then going across a few shops than then taking a left towards New Market. This is long road, which has the usual restaurants, and small hotels and comes into the busy part of the city daily need stores selling pulses, housewares and so forth.
    The next day, we started our Thamel tour from the opposite side towards Chaya Center mall and moved inside the small by-lanes and came across the Ramada Wyndham hotel - tucked away inside a residential area and the nightlife just picked up with lots of restaurants, music and people enjoying. This side looked better than the New market area. We did catch a movie at the Chaya Center mall at the QFX Theatre - ensure you keep Nepali rupee else the counter does not accept any other cash. Else use your credit card.
    We walked quiet a lot and it got dark when returning, but there is adequate street lighting and I sawy Tourist Police ensuring the safety.
    Written April 23, 2024
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  • himal A.(ram)
    Nepal10 contributions
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    The Garden of Dreams Its beauty is unmatched, offering a serene escape from the hustle and bustle of urban life. it's a convenient retreat for anyone seeking solace amidst nature's splendor. The tranquil ambiance, coupled with its fascinating historic background, adds depth to the experience, making it not just a garden but a journey through time. this garden caters to all. Highly recommended for couples, families, and solo travelers . Don't miss
    Written June 30, 2024
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  • George S
    Miami Beach, FL1,616 contributions
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    This is a historical, cultural and religious complex in Kathmandu consisting of temples, shrines and monuments that are key part of Nepalese identity. The site is old dating as far back as the 13th century. Many buildings are very interesting and historical. One of them is the palace of the current living Kumari Goddess. We happen to see her at 4:30 from her balcony “audience” inside her garden.
    The square is very busy, a bit dirty and often times chaotic. Tickets for foreigners are 1000 NR for the day. You probably will need a guide since there is no signage or sparse literature to explain the sites. Personally, I found the Durbar Squares at Patan and Bhaktapur to be more interesting and pleasanter to visit. But this one should be visited nevertheless.
    Written May 1, 2024
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  • himal A.(ram)
    Nepal10 contributions
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    nepal Hanuman Dhoka: Nestled within Kathmandu’s historic Durbar Square, Hanuman Dhoka is a vibrant hub of ancient heritage and architecture. Beyond the revered Hanuman Temple, you’ll discover Kaal Bhairav, Swet Bhairav, and Shiva temples.
    Written July 6, 2024
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  • LolaGo1
    Washington DC, DC6,628 contributions
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    Per my driver, the god lying down is Vishnu. His statue is surrounded by water. Locals were noted offering their prayers and flowers to Vishnu.

    There are several bells that locals ring for good luck as they pass by. Also noted are lighted candles. Took some pictures before leaving. No entrance fee at this attraction.
    Written March 31, 2024
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  • דנה ה
    6 contributions
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    Amazing agency!! Helps with everything you need, our porter Lama was amazing and take care of us to down to the smallest details
    Written July 6, 2024
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  • Pauline V
    3 contributions
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    Ganesh was a wonderful guide who made our Annapurna trek feel safe and relaxed. He made sure everything was arranged and gave us good briefings on what to expect. That meant we could just enjoy the hike and not have to think of anything. The last two days I had altitude sickness but Ganesh knew exactly what to do to help me and all went well. Ganesh is a trustworthy guide who cares about his guests and he really became a friend.
    Written May 30, 2024
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  • macedonboy
    Glasgow, UK185,732 contributions
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    Kumari Chowk is the residence of the living embodiment of the virgin goddess in Kathmandu. The belief in a Kumari is the tradition of worshipping a virgin girl as the living embodiment of a goddess. Many locals visit in the hope that they will view the goddess. I only stayed for 5 minutes in the courtyard and sadly didn’t get a glimpse.
    Written March 23, 2024
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  • Neerav B
    Jaipur, India10 contributions
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    Takes around two hrs from Kathmandu, located at good height, peace , calmness tranquility.

    Plan along with nagarkot, bhaktapur.
    Written January 6, 2024
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  • Amrit Shrestha
    Kathmandu, Nepal68 contributions
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    Located about 22 kilometers south of Kathmandu in Nepal, the Dakshinkali Temple is dedicated to Goddess Kali, the fierce manifestation of Goddess Parvati. This temple holds significant cultural and religious importance for both locals and tourists alike.

    The temple is nestled amidst serene hills and lush greenery, creating a tranquil and spiritual atmosphere. It is particularly renowned for its unique rituals and offerings. Devotees flock to Dakshinkali to make animal sacrifices, primarily of goats and chickens, as offerings to the goddess. While this practice may seem intense to some, it is deeply rooted in centuries-old traditions and is seen as a way to appease and seek blessings from the deity.

    Visitors to Dakshinkali can witness the vibrant energy of devotees performing rituals, the aroma of incense permeating the air, and the sounds of prayers echoing through the temple complex. The experience is both awe-inspiring and thought-provoking, offering a glimpse into the rich tapestry of Nepali religious customs and beliefs.

    Overall, the Dakshinkali Temple provides a profound cultural experience for those interested in Hindu spirituality and Nepali traditions. Whether you are a religious pilgrim or a curious traveler seeking to understand different cultures, a visit to this temple promises to leave a lasting impression of reverence and wonder.
    Written June 16, 2024
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  • Gautam05
    Chennai (Madras), India59 contributions
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    Visited in December 2022. We went to this place as part of a full day sightseeing tour. It is closed on Wednesdays and all public holidays. The timings are also very short. Around 10 am to 2 pm. Entry fee applies to everyone except Nepali senior citizens. If we use Indian currency, there is a chance we may get shortchanged. Happens everywhere. Better to use Nepali currency. There is a locker where we have to deposit all of our stuff including mobiles. Only wallets and water bottles are allowed. The washrooms are cleanly maintained. There is a defined pathway which will lead through the entire viewable area of the palace. As expected, we are not supposed to touch anything. Apart from the palace, we get to see the royal massacre site as well as the garden, royal plane, helicopter, cars and a bungalow. Seeing everything properly will take 2 to 3 hours.
    Written January 4, 2023
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  • Sophia B
    Warsaw, Poland2 contributions
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    this statue looked very powerful and a bit scary in some ways and the religious significance made this statue even more amazing. it was really cool to see the locals worshipping the statue.
    Written October 27, 2022
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