Bandipur Hiking - 3 Days

  • Duration 3 Days
  • Difficulty Level Easy
  • Destination Nepal
  • Best Season Throughout The Year


  • Cobblestone streets and traditional Newari houses with intricate window carvings.
  • Well-preserved medieval architecture creating a unique ambiance.
  • Breathtaking vistas of the Himalayan mountain range, including Annapurna and Langtang.
  • Stunning sunrise and sunset views over the mountains and valleys.
  • Explore narrow alleys, winding streets, and hidden courtyards.
  • Stay in traditional homestays for an immersive cultural encounter, and relish authentic Nepali cuisine and local eateries.
  • Captivating photo opportunities as the sky transforms into a palette of colors.
  • Walk through lush forests, terraced fields, and peaceful meadows.
  • Opportunity to observe traditional crafts like pottery and weaving.
  • Enjoy the panoramic views of the Himalayas from Tudikhel
  • Experience the peace and tranquility of a small Nepali hill town

Bandipur village offers an intimate glimpse of Newar culture and lifestyle because it is untouched by modernization and is filled with old homes, customs, traditions, important temples, and ancient architecture. Bandipur has been compared to a natural view tower; from here, you can take in a breathtaking view of the entire Annapurna Range as well as the peaks of Dhaulagiri, Manaslu, and Langtang.

During the tour, visitors can explore several interesting locations in Bandipur village, such as the traditional Magar village of Ramkot (famous for its traditional round houses and authentic rural lifestyle), the Mukundeswari and Chandi Barahi temples located in the west of Bandipur, the Siddha cave, the largest cave in South Asia (famous for its stalactites and stalagmites, numerous bats, and its 437m length and 45m height), Patalidwar cave, which is called the Gateway to Heaven, and Khadka Devi temple, Thani Mai Temple. There is a prominent religious site called the Bindabasini Temple.

Hiking in Bandipur offers an enchanting blend of cultural immersion, natural beauty, and a tranquil escape from the modern world. Whether you're captivated by the architecture, eager to witness breathtaking mountain views, or excited to engage with the local community, Bandipur has something to offer every traveller seeking a unique and enriching experience.



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We drive in the morning after the hotel through Prithivi highway to Dumre. We drive up to Bandipur. It is a nice drive along the Trishuli River, local fruit Banana farms, oranges, and citrus farms. After refreshing sightseeing around the local village. Overnight in hotel.    

  • AccommodationHotel
  • MealsDinner & Breakfast
  • Maximum Altitude1030

After lunch at Ramkot, back to the hotel via Muchuk village and Mukundeswari Temple (5-hour walk). Overnight in Bandipur hotel.

  • AccommodationHotel
  • MealsDinner & Breakfast
  • Maximum Altitude1030

  • AccommodationHotel
  • MealsBrekfast


  • Q1. Is Bandipur suitable for beginner hikers?

    Yes, Bandipur offers hiking trails suitable for beginner hikers. Trails like the Bandipur Thani Mai Temple Hike provide a relatively easy and enjoyable experience.

  • Pack comfortable hiking shoes, weather-appropriate clothing (layers are recommended), a hat, sunglasses, sunscreen, a water bottle, a small first aid kit, a camera, a flashlight, and any personal medications you may need.

  • Absolutely! Bandipur is known for its friendly and welcoming locals. You can interact with them, learn about their traditions, and even participate in cultural activities or festivals.

  • You don't need specific permits for hiking in Bandipur.

  • Yes, Bandipur's location makes it a great starting point for further exploration. Nearby attractions include the Annapurna region, Pokhara, and other trekking destinations.

  • You can enjoy traditional Newari cuisine Samay baji, including dishes like Dal Bhat (lentil soup with rice), momo (dumplings), and various local specialties.

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