Depart from Dhaka Airport. Pick up from airport and transfer to Hotel. Afternoon have a Kathmandu city tour. Visit Kathmandu Durbar Square, with its old temples and palaces, epitomizes the religious and cultural life of the people. Here, the kings of Nepal are crowned and solemnized. Interesting things for visitors to see are Taleju temple, gigantic figure of Kalbhairav (the god of destruction), Basantapur Durbar, and Temple of Kumari (living goddess) After Durbar Square visit.
We will start the journey from Gabtoli by a AC Bus.
At the Morning we will reach in our location and check into the Hotel
After lots of enjoyment and refreshment we will back to our home
Sorry, we don't have any refund policy?
No, You need to pay for extra bed
Enjoyed taking our 6 year old granddaughter and 3 and half year old grandson on this trip. However, be warned that if you book on-line and have an e-ticket you will need to have it exchanged for tickets at the booth on Westminster Pier. We arrived and there was the boat waiting. We had been waved down to the dockside by 2 members of staff who checked our e-ticket only to find that it was not accepted to get on board. My husband had to go back up and queue to exchange for tickets and we missed that boat and had to wait half an hour. We enjoyed the trip and sat up aloft down to Greenwich learning some interesting facts about the riverside buildings. We enjoyed the naval museum and found activities for young children, but I think older children would enjoy it more, especially boys. We also looked round Greenwich market and then back to the boat with another enjoyable trip back to Westminster. Limited refreshments are available on the boat so its a good idea to take a few snacks.
This was a great way to see different parts of London. I probably would never have gone to Greenwich on my own but it was a really cute village that I enjoyed looking around. The tour went to: Westminster pier by Big Ben and the Houses of Parliament, the London Eye pier, the pier by the London Tower bridge and Greenwich pier. If you are lucky enough to get on a boat where the crew turns off the audio commentary and does their own then you are super lucky—they were quite funny.
Wasn’t sure what to expect but this turned out to be fun. We didn’t actually take advantage of the other stops and chose to take the boat down to Greenwich, where we had a nice time in a really quaint town. The boats were comfortable, and the commentary from the non-professional speakers was pretty good the boat down had a humorous/snarky guy, while the boat back was more by the book stuff. The boats were comfortable and you did get good looks at the various landmarks along the way.