Bhaktapur Day tour is famous for sightseeing activities in Bhaktapur. Situated in the east of Kathmandu City, Bhaktapur also known as City of Devotees’ is one of the most see Place in Kathmandu Valley. Other than it’s richness in the cultural and historical values one can find it’s distinguished ethnicity really amazing. Throughout the city, there are glorious examples of temples and pagodas dedicated to gods and goddesses plus places, monuments, woodcarvings, sculptures and pottery. The whole city itself is an open museum for the travelers. You can come look this glorious place with our highly knowledgeable local tour guides to understand the real values of the city. An opportunity you shouldn’t miss if you ‘ve got an spare day in Kathmandu.
Meet you at Your Hotel and then drive for about 1 hrs. to reach Bhaktapur.
We reach at Bhaktapur Durbar Square, built by Malla King Bhupatindra Malla. The major attractions of Bhaktapur Durbar Square are Taleju Temple, Nyatapole Temple, most famous pagoda of Nepal, dedicated to Siddhilaxmi, the tantric Goddess of supreme power and success, Big bell, 55 windows Palace, built by Yakshya Malla, considered with woodcarving, Yaksheswor Mahadev Temple, built by Yakshya Malla in 15th century.
Other attractions of Bhaktapur Durbar Square are Chyasin Mandap, Siddhi Laxmi Temple (Fasi dega), Vatsala Temple, dedicated to a mother Goddess and known for its dog barking bell, Bhandarkhal Complex, Chatu Brahma Mahavihar, Indrayeni Temple, Balakhu Ganesh Temple, Tripura Sundari Temple and the Char Dham, the four greatest hindu pilgrimage sites, Bhairavnath Temple, dedicated to Bhairav, the God of terror and death.
We leave for Dattatreya Temple, claimed that the building was constructed from a single piece of wood.
We reach Siddha Pokhari, old pond, is situated at Dudhpati in the ancient city. It was built in the early 15th century during the reign of Yakshya Malla. It measures 171 meters long by 73 meters wide and 3 meters deep.
We can go to some of the traditional restaurants which provides us a delicious and hygienic food with a typical taste. The hospitality they provide us makes us feel like not leaving the place. The special menu for Newari dishes will be served to us.
5 :00 pm:
We return back to Kathmandu. It takes around 1 hours drive. Drop you at your hotel.
- Transportation in a Private Car.An English Speaking Local Tour-Guide.Launch at a Typical Newari Resturant.Entrance Fees.
- Personal Expenses.Drinks and Beverages.Other things not mentioned in Cost includes.
Frequently Asked Questions:
Do I need previous hiking experience required to go on a trek?
If you are physically fit and have extra Exercise enough enthusiasm for the trip previous experience is not required.
Could I trek without a guide?
You could, the area is very safe and in most cases navigation is relatively easy-however with a guide you will get more out of the experience. Having someone with you that knows the local customs and language helps you interact with people you meet in remote villages, and shows that you respect their culture.
What will happen if I get sick on the trek?
Either you will get better, or if it seems serious we will evacuate you with Helicopter and will be taken to Hospital in Kathmandu where you’ll get excellent attention. Our crew is well versed in medical and emergency care and carry a reasonably comprehensive first aid kit.
What will happen if I get injured?
If it is serious (this has never happened). You will again be taken care by our staff. If evacuation is required, this will be arranged by Visit Nepal tour. It’s advised that if you have any personal doubts you should have evacuation insurance arranged. Nepal Tour Guide Team can advise you on this.
Will I get sick?
Not likely. The worst is you may get some diarrhea or temporary stomach upset. Please look our staying healthy during holiday topic for details. Follow the health advice given in our briefings during welcome dinner and you’ll be fine.
What is the food like on the trek?
Fantastic! If you haven't already tried Dal Bhat you are in for a treat - there is nothing better to fill that trekking appetite. Dal Bhat is the signature Nepali dish - rice and lentil soup served with two types of curried vegetables and pickles. It is on the menu in every tea-house on the trek. A nice breakfast specialty you might also want to try is Tibetan Gurung bread with honey. The mountain tea houses will also serve up more familiar western dishes like pizza, or muesli for the morning
Is there a problem with altitude sickness?
For our tours/treks below 4000m, there is little likelihood of being subject to altitude sickness, unless you are taking one of our more extreme adventure tours. Kathmandu rests at an altitude of only 1350-m (4430ft) and at this altitude there is no likelihood of altitude related sickness.
We’ll be advising you well in advance if altitude is an issue. Our tours/treks above 4000m do require acclimatization periods and any of our tours needing acclimatization has it built into the itinerary and that comes from 13 years of experience and the best medical advice... So don’t worry. If you want to know more about altitude sickness, please look the topic staying healthy.