Bhaktapur city, Panauti Village and Namo Buddha are blended culture, tradition and lifestyle of different castes, religions and custums. Bhaktapur and Panauti are related with Newari community and Namo Buddha is related with Bhuddism so we have an experience that it gives different taste and feeling for clients. So we would like to recommend our cliennts to visit these places in one day. This trip can be complete in a day. We operate this tour every day.
Traditional City and Buddhist Sites Tour
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Situated at an altitude of 1,401 m, Bhaktapur (or Bhadgaon as popularly know as) covers an area of four square miles. Bhaktapur or “the City of Devotees” still retains the Bhaktapur Durbar Square medieval charm and visitors to this ancient town are treated myriad wonders of cultural and artistic achievements.
The Bhaktapur city is protected as a UNESCO world Heritage site. Bhaktapur, also known as Bhadgaon, it means city of the Devotees.It is the third major town of the valley and in many ways the most mediaeval. The Bhaktapur is on of the most charming architecture showpieces of the valley as it highlights the ancient The main items of interest in the Bhaktapur are:The lion gate: Dating as far back as AD 1696, this gate is guarded on either side by two huge statues of lions.A long side, there are two stone images of Gods.The Golden gate:The golden gate is said to be the most beautiful and richly molded specimen of its kind in the entire world.The Golden is the mostly lovely piece of art in the whole Kingdom.
The palace fifty five windows : The place fifty five windows is the magificient place was built during the ragion of King Yakshya malla 1427 AD.Among the brick walls with their gracious setting and sculptural design is a considered to be a unique mabzer piece of wood carving. Nyatapola temple;The five- storey 30 metre- high Nyatopola temple is not only the hugest temple in the whole Kathmandu valley,but also one of the best example of Nepalese traditional architecture temple.The temple was built in 1702 AD and its design was so elegant and its construction well done.The art gallery: The art gallery contains ancient paintings belonging to the hindu and Buddhist tradition of various periods description.The near of the Durbar square the statue of the Bhupandra malla. This statue showing King Bhupatandra malla in the act of worship is set one column facing the place.The square has many others statues,this is considered to be the most magnificent. In Bhaktapur others more temples can be seen with a full of wonderful and magnificent arts and architecture. Bhaktapur’s people life style and them culture enchants you and enable to give you great experience in your life time. Bhaktapur also offers you such a glory woodcarving Handicrafts and colorful thangka paintings place.In Bhaktapur offers you many others interesting things which always able to difference experience than yours own.
Panauti is an old Newari settlement, which is 32 km Southeast of Kathmandu. It has some the most interesting in the valley and is set on the confluence of two rivers. The village also boasts one of the only two known pre-17th century structure of Mahadev temple. Apart from other many temples it is a pleasure to wander the town’s brick paved streets to view the magnificently carved rest houses, stupas and stone water taps.
We drive all the way from Kathmandu to Panauti which is 35 km southeast of Kathmandu and takes approx. 90 minutes of driving through Arniko Highway and village. The road to and from Panauti passes through the terraced rice fields.
NAMOBUDDHA, situated at an elevation of 1750m is very important Buddhist Pilgrimage lies about 38 km east of Kathmandu. The Stupa and shrines built in this lovely little hill mark a very ancient holy site significantly enough where a legendary prince named MAHASATTVA offered himself to a starving Tigress with its several underfed cubs. This legendary episode is depicted in a very nice stone slab and depicted right next to a holy Stupa.
After breakfast in your hotel in Kathmandu, drive for about one and half hours to the place called DHAPASI, 35 km east of Kathmandu.
The trail-heads northeast and the trail become narrow as we move further. We cross on a suspension bridge and pass through many small villages to huge rice fields, which gives you a chance to see how Nepalese People plant and harvest the crop (during on the appropriate season). The trail goes steep uphill about an hour nearby reaching to NAMOBUDDHA.
After detouring sometimes here, we will drive to Kathmandu via DHULIKHEL in about one & half hour.