57 Kms from Hetauda
A quick getaway from Kathmandu. Beautiful rolling hills and paddy fields, away from the city noises.
140 Kms from Hetauda
Pokhara's beauty is best expressed in poetry, yet even a thousand odes wouldn't suffice. It is the perfect place to relax and soak in the views of snow-capped mountains and the meandering river. For those who find solace in adventure sports, Pokhara is just the right place. Despite being home to a number of fancy hotels, it is simple and as laid-back as it could possibly be. Interestingly, this little escape is also the gateway to some of the finest treks in the world.
56 Kms from Hetauda
The place in Nepal where you will find the most friendliest people of the country! Do not lose an option of chatting with them. They can tell you some real spots where you can find wildlife roaming in its natural habitat.
290 Kms from Hetauda
While Bodh Gaya is infamously known for the birth of Buddhism, what remains relatively unknown is that the place to Hindus is almost nearly what Mecca is to Muslims. The story goes that, Gaya (from whom, the place derives its name), was a demon whose body was pious after immense penance and blessings from Lord Vishnu. Gaya- the asura was so pious, that he could absolve others of their sins by merely touching them or looking at them.No wonder, that Hindus all over the world today, come to perform “shraddha” or last rites of their progeny in order to absolve them of their sins. While the place itself is serene and offers picturesque landscapes, it is this faith that people around you walk with, wants to make you believe – “Bodh Gaya is the doorway to heaven.”
199 Kms from Hetauda
My base camp for most part. Interestingly more chaotic that any other part of Bihar I'd been to
258 Kms from Hetauda
Nalanda, a Mahavihara (large Buddhist monastery) part of the ancient city of Magadha, now Bihar, is situated at a distance of about 95 kilometers from Patna. Many think that Nalanda is one of the oldest universities in the world. Undoubtedly, the Buddhist monasteries had provisions for imparting education, and the architecture of Nalanda locates residential quarters and classrooms. It is said to have attracted students from all over Asia. Hire a car from Patna to visit this ancient site, and if you have time on your hands, also visit Rajgir, the ancient capital of Magadha. It is around 15 kilometers away from Nalanda.