Discover one of Nepal’s prettiest attractions during this behinds the scenes peek at the Newari city of Bhaktapur, a well-preserved medieval city-state and UNESCO-World Heritage site, famous for its intricate pagodas and delicate handicrafts. The in-depth tour also includes a visit to Panauti, where you’ll have a chance to meet with local entrepreneurs.

Stop at Bhaktapur

This experience takes you to Bhaktapur, an important and fascinating World Heritage Site, made up of three large squares filled with shrines, temples and activity; Bhaktapur is the essential Newari city with some of the finest architecture in Nepal. In its heyday (14th-16th centuries) Bhaktapur was the most powerful of the Kathmandu Valley kingdoms and its capital for 300 years.

Duration: 3hrs

Stop at Panauti

Moving from Bhaktapur you will be taken to Panauti was a commercial town in medieval time, but now it is very much at clam. With a very well preserved backwater and a fascinating place to explore with interesting temples and impressive Rana mansions which have been restored. There are 03 rivers including Brahmayani, Roshi & Punyabati. This town was derived from the holy river of Punyabati. Here is metal works and agriculture with beautiful rice terrace, where we can see agriculture base culture & lifestyle. Panauti local people celebrate several festival and fairs here. There are stupas , stone art and temples around with beautiful woodcarvings.

Duration: 3hrs

Pick up and Drop Off location: Community Home stay Office, Lal Durbar Marg

Pick Up Time: 9:00 Am

$35 per guest
What's Included
  • Transportation
  • English-speaking tour guide
What To Bring
  • Lunch
  • Entry/Admission fees - Bhaktapur Durbar Square
  • Entry/Admission fees - Panauti Community Home Stay.

Bhaktapur and Panauti: UN World Heritage Site Day Trip in pictures

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Cancellation Policy

Full refund will be issued if cancellation is within 48 hours of arrival. 50% will be charged if canceled within 48hours and 100% will be charged for no show.

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