This is an uphill hiking trip that rewards your walk with a stunning holy stupa, scenic nature, interaction with the locals and more. Opportunity to visit many sacred and ancient temples and monasteries
Namo Buddha, at the altitude of 2565m between Banepa and Panauti, is best known for its culture that is still conserved and followed. Stupas with flattering colorful prayer flags and peaceful environment welcomes every tired trekker in its shadow. The trail will also take you through several traditional inhabitants of Tamang and Newari people. Namo Buddha is also one of the best viewpoints for viewing some of the highest peaks in the World like Mt. Everest, Dorje Lakpa, Ganesh Himal, Langtang Ranges, Gaurishankar. The region is also rich for its extraordinary collection of flora and fauna, untouched by modern life. Namo Buddha is a historic place, where Lord Buddha was believed to have offered his flesh to the starving tigress so she could feed her cubs. Now there lies a Stupa, a Monastery with retreat center, higher studies of Buddhism.
Thick forests of Rhododendron bushes, Mongolia and Sal trees cover the hillsides leading to the terraced agricultural fields. Not only will you experience traditional life in this region, but you will also have the opportunity to visit many sacred and ancient temples and monasteries including Namo Buddha, Indreshwar Mahadev Temple, and the Brahmayani Temple.
07.00AM: Pick up from your hotel in Kathmandu and drive (approx. 40 minutes) to Dhulikhel (1550m).
08.00AM: Start the hiking from Dhulikhel to Namobuddha (1750m) sacred Buddhist sites in Nepal, which takes approx. 3 hours, where you can see combines culture, village lifestyle with incredible scenic views of the Himalayas.
11.00am: Lunch at local restaurant, After lunch visit Namobuddha Monastery, Namobuddha View point and Temple.
01.00pm: Hiking from Namobuddha to Panauti (1340m) (approx. 2.5 hrs.)
Visit Panauti, Panauti is a small town, which also called the town with 40 temples dedicated to difference deities and will held 28 festivals throughout the year.
The town is filled with temples and religious buildings. The biggest temple is the three-storied temple named Indreshwar Mahadev which stands tall at the middle of a courtyard paved with brick.
04.00pm: Drive back to Kathmandu from Panauti (approx. 40min. drive).
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