Real Himalaya Private Day Tour, Bhaktapur

Destination: Bhaktapur
Duration : 1 days
Best Season : anyday

Grade : easy
Max. Altitude : 1100m

Itinerary Plan
Tour Duration :
(9:00 am to 15:00 pm) - Every Day (6 hr Tour)
Tour Departure from:  Main entrance (west gate) of Bhaktapur Durbar Square

- Morning 9:00 am meet at entrance gate

- Visit 5 Window Palace (Bhaktapur Durbar Square)

- Visit Nyatpole Square

- Visit Potery Square

- Visit Dattatriya Square (Peacock window)

- Lunch at Peacock Restaurant

- Walk back to hotel, tour ends


Real Himalaya  Pvt. Ltd is Nepal government registered and Licence approved (Licence Number: 1680) by Tourism Department, Ministry of Tourism, Government of Nepal.

Govt Redg no: 118168/070/071

VAT (Tax ID) : 601664588

Licence No: 1680

NMA Membership No: 1048

TAAN Membership 2014/2015

9:00 am in the morning we will meet at the lobby of the hotel/lodge where you are staying. After short briefing we will begin our tour on foot from your hotel. The trip will be a six hour tour of heritage sites in ancient Bhaktapur.
First we will visit Bhaktapur Durbar Square which is known as the "55 Window Palace", mainly constructed by Bhupatindra Malla, a famous Malla king of Bhaktapur.
Afterwards we slowly walk down to Nayatapole Square to visit Bhaktapur's tallest temple, Siddha Laxmi Temple, also known as Five Tyre Temple, along with Bhairabnath Temple.
We will then continue walking two minutes south-west to visit Pottery Square, where you can see live traditional pottery work still existing in traditional manner.
After that we will walk about 15 minutes through the main stream of Old Town, enjoying the local markets and  local shopping. We will arrive in another square called Dattatriya Square, another popular square with famous temples and Peacock Window Palace. You can witness the lifestyle of the local people and traditional activities. You will have the unique experience of having a traditional Newari lunch at Peacock Window Restaurant.

Bhaktapur is famous for yoghurt and Bhaktapur traditional CAP.

Personal Belongings:

- Camera, chargers, phone, ID/passport, personal medical kit, diary, money-wallet etc...


- Sunglasses

- Cap/hat

- Shoes/Sandal

- Water

- Umbrella or rain coat

- Day bag

Cost Includes:

- Tour guide (English speaking or preferred language)

- Bottle water

- Sightseeing entrance fees


Cost Excludes:

- Drinks and beverage

- Personal nature expenses

- Medical and other