Women Only Tours in Kathmandu


Wedged between the high Himalayas and the gorgeous Indian plains, Nepal has been attracting tourists with its otherworldly charm and promise of adventure since time unknown. Here, every experience comes with an extra dose of warm smiles and generosity. So whether you choose to explore the cultural side of Nepal in Kathmandu or take off on one the many trekking trails across the country, one thing is guaranteed, you are sure to have a good time. Head to Nepal on a Getaway Goddess travel package now!

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Things To Do

  • Shopping
  • Nightlife
  • Festivals
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Shopping in Kathmandu

Nepal is a shopper's paradise. With market streets like New Road and Thamel in Kathmandu, you will be spoiled for choice. Here, you can buy beautiful Thangka paintings, singing bowls, Pashmina shawls, rice paper items and the iconic curved knives, called khukuris.


Hotel Yak & Yeti, Kathmandu
This 5 star hotel specialises in luxury and promises the best services to its customers and is a mixture of modern facilities and cultural heritage.

Garden of Dreams
Laid out in a European style garden, this place is perfect to chill out with your girl friends. You can choose to star gaze or dance the night away to hip songs played here!


Dashain (September-October)
The Dasain festival takes place around Sept-Oct and is celebrated by most communities in Nepal. The festival is a celebration of Goddess Durga's victory over evil Mahisashur and lasts for 10 days.

Tihar (October-November):
A celebration of lights and color, Tihar is a festival dedicated to Goddess Laxmi. The most striking feature of Tihar is the lighting up of houses with hundreds of oil-wick lamps.

Maha Shivaratri (February):
Maha Shivaratri is one of the major festivals of Nepal and is celebrated with much pomp and show at the Pashupatinath temple. The day of the festival sees thousands of devotees coming forward to pay homage to Lord Shiva.


Pashupatinath Temple
This temple is considered to be the most scared temple of Lord Shiva. The existence of this temple dates back to 400 AD.

Swayambhunath temple
Also known as the monkey temple, this religious complex is located in the Kathmandu valley and is the residence of many holy monkeys.

This pagoda style temple was built from the wood of just a single tree. The name of the region derives from this place. However the temple is open after mid-day uptill midnight.

Things to Carry

  •  Carry weather-appropriate clothes, and night wear.
  •  Your prescription medication, sunscreen, cosmetics, sunglasses and hats.
  •  Appropriate footwear for walking
  •  Camera, phone and accessories.
  •  Money or a plastic equivalent

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