Dhulikhel Tour

2 Days

Bhaktapur, Dhulikhel, Panauti


Dhulikhel has long been an important trading post on the ancient trade route connecting Nepal and Tibet. Nepalese have traveled to Tibet for centuries to bring back salt and gold. Similarly, Tibetans with their flocks of sheep enter Nepal every year during Dashain, the most important Hindu festival. Dhulikhel is a great place to stop for the night on your way to Tibet or back to Kathmandu.

The oldest part of town, the southern end, is a collection of fine old Newari houses, which are frequently occupied by 20 or more members of the local extended families. They may not all have glazed windows, running water, or modern furnishings, but they all have dignity and a welcoming atmosphere. The beautifully carved windows and doors, which are fine examples of traditional Newari craftsmanship, are their most valuable assets. 

  • Ancient Bhaktapur Durbar Square
  • Visit Panauti Village
  • Sunset View From Dhulikhel
  • Accommodation at Deluxe Hotel

Take a private vehicle to Dhulikhel. On the way, you can stop and visit Bhaktapur Durbar Square/Doleshwore/Saga Mahadev, Panauti, and other attractions on your own. Check in and relax. You can take a walk around Dhulikhel. Evening relaxation with an enchanting view of the sun setting from the hotel. Enjoy your evening meal.

Get up early in the morning to see the breathtaking sunrise. The hotel itself provides an incredible view of the Himalayas. If you are not satisfied with this view, take a pleasant walk to the view tower, which is only one hour away from your hotel. Take pictures of the mountain and return to the same hotel. Return to Kathmandu after breakfast. Alternatively, you can extend your stay for an additional fee.