||In the morning you have option to undertake famous mountain flight (on extra payment). During one hour cruise, you'll see Mt. Everest, Makalu, Cho Oyu and Lhotse and many less high mountains. Then go to Pashupatinath temple, which is considered by Hindus as the most holy place in Nepal. They believe that here is the winter abode of Shiva and his wife Parvati. Also, it's believed that the river and adjacent hill are natural representation of Shiva's lingam (penis) and Parvati's yoni (vagina). Temple itself is off-limits for non-Hindus but the normal tourist can see the cremation of deceased and mingle with numerous Hindu hermits who live on temple premises. After visit, you'll drive to nearby Boudhanath stupa, the biggest Buddhist stupa in Nepal. This place is mostly inhabited by Tibetan refugees and indigenous Nepali highlanders who profess Tibetan branch of Buddhism. Place is very well maintained and makes great stop for lunch. In the afternoon we will visit the royal city of Patan, dubbed as the “City of art”. Local temples and palaces are really superb examples of Newari architecture. Former kings' palace hosts one of the best museums in South Asia. Golden Temple, Vishwanath, Uku bahal and Mahaboddhi temples makes another important places to see here. Later drive back to Kathmandu and conclude your stay with special Nepali dinner with traditional dances.