Tag: Bhaktapur

Nepal itinerary: how to spend one month in Nepal

Nepal itinerary: how to spend one month in Nepal

This post helps you in planning your Nepal itinerary. Nepal is a unique and memorable country. Most people know Nepal because of the Himalayas. But the country has so much more to offer than mountains alone.  Its natural beauty is outstanding and much more diverse 

Nepali Food Guide: the best food in Nepal

Nepali Food Guide: the best food in Nepal

This post is all about the best food in Nepal. Every visitor to Nepal will get to know dahl bath. Rice with lentils is the national dish of the country. However, if it comes to food in Nepal there is much more to taste than 

Bisket Jatra: how to celebrate the serpent festival of Nepal

Bisket Jatra: how to celebrate the serpent festival of Nepal

This post is about how to celebrate Bisket Jatra in Nepal as a tourist. Bisket Jatra is one of the biggest and most popular festivals of the Newar community in Bhaktapur. The 9 day long festival sees a number of different rituals and celebrations that 

Kathmandu to Bhaktapur: the best day trip guide

Kathmandu to Bhaktapur: the best day trip guide

This post is about how to plan your day trip from Kathmandu to Bhaktapur. Bhaktapur is one of the most beautiful historic towns in Nepal. It is only 12 kilometers from Kathmandu to Bhaktapur, but it feels like a completely different world. Bhaktapur is one 

The Kathmandu Valley: beautiful places to visit near Kathmandu

The Kathmandu Valley: beautiful places to visit near Kathmandu

This post is about the best places to visit near Kathmandu. Many tourists head straight to the mountains to explore the Annapurnas or to see Everest. As beautiful as they may be, the Kathmandu valley has its own charms that are often overlooked. History of 

Backpacking Nepal: the ultimate travel guide

Backpacking Nepal: the ultimate travel guide

This post is about backpacking Nepal. Nepal is a small country in South Asia. It is landlocked in between India and China. It was  once a remote Himalayan kingdom that was closed to foreigners up till the 19th century. Now it is a developing democracy