Bhaktapur Tourism & Travel Guide

The Heritage City of Nepal: Bhaktapur

Quick Facts: Location Name : Bhaktapur Other Name(s) : Bhadgaon or Khwopa Location Coordinat...

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6 Days
Experiencing The Delight Of Nepal

Welcome to your 'Nepal Delight' tour! On arrival at the airport in Kathmandu, you will be met by ...

Cox & Kings
4 Days
Journey to Nepal : A mixed bag

On our Journey to Nepal we visited different spots in mainly 3 different places : Kathmandu, Bhak...

Kahleel
14 Days
14 days of culture and nature in Nepal

A great adventure in the country of natureI went to Nepal to help volunteering in a little trekki...

Patrizia Cotza
8 Days
Nepal darshan
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Nepal darshan

The small nation of Nepal located between India and China provides for some exquisite and value-f...

Abhishek Saha
My first himalayan adventure – Annapurna Circuit Trek

This October, I crossed a big item off my bucket list by doing the Annapurna Circuit Trek on a mo...

Prasanthi Manoranjan


Darjeeling
Best time to visit - October- April
Often called as the "Queen of all Hill Stations", this is one of the most popular in the whole world. This place is wrap...
Pokhara
We set out in noon after having breakfast at a local hotel.We took a boat which at first rowed us to a temple,thereafter...
Rajgir
Best time to visit - N/A
Once the capital of the Magadha Empire which later evolved to become the Mayryan Empire, Rajgir is a valley surrounded b...
Kurseong
Best time to visit - January,February,March,April,May,December
Kurseong, located about 30 km from Darjeeling, is for travellers who are looking to get away from the chaos of typical h...

About Bhaktapur

For Nepal, another challenge adds up to their list – the volatile tectonic plates. Nepal witnesses earthquake almost every 15-20 days; sometimes the vibrations are barely recognizable; on some other occasions, such as the one in 2015, it all went berserk, devastating almost everything this historic city had for its visitors to witness.Yet, there is an amazing sense of inner peace here. People are still lively and ever smiling, ever helpful along the way. They have learnt to live in harmony with the nature. ‘Om Mani Padme Hum’ resonates in the air. It always forwards blessings and happiness for people here.Read More Stories from Nepal

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