The Government continues its efforts to control the epidemic of Covid 19. Citizens try to stay safe too.Traumatic illness and issues affect the general population, who have been forced to live indoors for the past six months. And those who go to various places for work or personal activities during the year have been locked inside their homes for nearly six months due to the Covid 19 epidemic prohibition.If the situation returns to normal the visit is supposed to resume. The Nepali tourism market, which has shrunk owing to the Covid 19 epidemic, is believed to be reopened. After this crisis, what will become of the destination? We introduced some lovely short distance destinations around Bhaktapur.
Temal-Kavre can be reached by car from Bhaktapur. It is reachable from Bhaktapur by public transport in 4 hours. Tamang is a village, to talk of it. Speaking on Day One.
The hike commences from Bolde to Temal the next day.Speaking on Day One. The hike commences from Bolde to Temal the next day. After 5 to 6 hours of walking uphill from Bolde,
you’ll reach Timal. Guru Rimponche cave is in Temal. Swayambhu, Buddhist, there are fourteen to Namobuddha. Also you can see King Tamang ‘s palace. All the mountains seen from Nagarkot can be seen from Temal. From Temal you can return to Bhaktapur on the third day.“This route is also a place to experience Nepal’s cultural diversity,” says Temal Kavre-based local tourism businessman Lapsang Lama. You can see from Temal Danda the stunning scenery of many mountains and the Manaslu, Annapurna Himalayas.
This is yet another short and fast trek route from Bhaktapur. The journey for the first day begins at Bhaktapur. From Bhaktapur, to reach Namobuddha by car. The trip will take about three hours to complete. The ‘trek’ toward Banthali starts after breakfast there. Banthali is reachable from Namobuddha in 3 hours. Stay for the first day is in Banthali. In Banthali there is a home stay facility as well.Then return to Panauti the next day’s journey. The gap between Panauti and Banthali is seven kilometres. Panaunti is settlement of Newari. Food can also be enjoyed in Panauti alongside the study of Newari culture. After getting breakfast in Panauti you will return to Bhaktapur on the second day.
The route offers views of various mountains and snow ranges from Namobuddha and Banthali according to Sarita Lama, general secretary of the Trekking Agencies Association of Nepal (TAAN). There will also be a Non-Buddhist religious pilgrimage. Besides that, one can get a panoramic view of the mountains from Namobuddha to Gaurishankar.Banthali also has other breathtaking views, ‘she says,’ it is a nice destination for those who want to go hiking a short distance from Bhaktapur.