Bandipur TourTrip Cost
- Destination: Bandipur Tour
- Duration: 5 days 4 nights
- Min-pax: 1-15
- Accommodation: 2 or 3 star level
Five Days Bandipur Tour
Bandipur tour is a spectacular and mesmerizing tour for historical, cultural and natural purpose. bandipur is a hilly region from where, we can view the panorama of Dhaulagiri, Annapurna, Manaslu, and Ganesh Himal ranges. We can see cascading Marshyangdi River. We can enjoy the terraced fields and we can have the never-ending blissful experience. Hindu temples and a big cave are also Bandipur Tour’s amazing attractions.
After our travel from Kathmandu, when you reach this place with tiredness or fatigue it gets released as soon as you breathe in the air of this amazing land. The neat and clean streets with stones as a courtyard along the way would make your leg more eager to pave on. You wouldn’t see the tables and chairs laid outside of the restaurants. Rather than in the outdoor setting, the welcome is honored inside the buildings. The buildings of about 2/3 stories in the town allow you to see the surrounding with ease and ecstasy. The doors are comparatively smaller in the older buildings than in the newer ones. Almost every building erected on the road has served shops of different kinds.
Major Attractions of the Bandipur tour
Siddha Gufa (Cave)
Believed to be the largest cave of Nepal, Siddha Gufa is at 437 meter deep and 50 meter high with a trek of about half day. To the northern fringe of the Bandipur village you find the path which leads you to a junction. From the point of junction take right and continue your trek on the stone path to see the most awaited and exciting place of this visit. About an hour and half you would end up seeing the ancient architectural-like shape of Siddha Gufa. The icicles hanging on the roof of the cave and also stuck on the floor give you a resemblance of many caves popular for the tourist in Nepal. The chirping sound of bats would definitely remind you of Mahendra Cave of Pokhara if you have already been there. To make your tour more adventurous you can take your own way or if you are not going to bother about asking others to follow the path rather than enjoying the trek, book the guide at the town, who will definitely make your trip more informative and easy-going.
You may be well known about the Tundikhel situated in the centre of Kathmandu city. Nevertheless, Bandipur also has possessed a big land of football ground size at the outskirts of the town. This is commonly popular as the picnic spot and cultural programs which are organized in the village. During the high season of festivals especially in October and November, this grassy ground gets no rest at all with the raucous and raptures made by the tourists. In spite of having its historical recognition and construction as the trade point between Tibet and India, where they would gather and rest before ascending to the uphill to reach the tiresome Tibet and to step down the scorching India, it has also served the parade ground of Gurkha soldiers who served in British Army. The most beautiful presence it would offer to the visitors is the view of Himalayan ranges like Annapurna, Dhaulagiri, Langtang, Ganesh, Machhapuchhre and Manaslu Himal at dawn and dusk.
Even in the very strict and tyrant Rana system, Bandipur was blessed with a library which still exists to the northeast peripheral of the town nearby which Bindebasini Temple, temple of Goddess Durga, is located. Established in the era of Padma Shamsher, the library is renowned for its establishment even in the most frustrating era of education. The existence of the library till this date gives the idea that the significant height and honor this place would have conceded in the time of Rana regime. The magnitude and marvel of the library has been embroidered with the set-up of another temple named Mahalaxmi Temple, especially the temple of Newari bravura.
Thani Mai Temple
Coming at the southwest frontier of the town nearby the school you would trail the steep path for about half an hour to reach the top of the Gurungche Hill embellished by the shrine of Thani Mai. In addition to worship the Goddess Thani Mai, the tourists trek to this highland to adore the panoramic view surrounding and the Himalayan ranges laid to the far north leaving the impression of magnificent and breath-taking experience with the sunrise. From the top of the hill, you would see the white and grey fog spread over the town which makes you imagine like you are in the heaven above the skyline and clusters of the cloud.
The Silkworm Farm
The interesting choice you would find provided that you decide to visit the silkworm farm. Following the trail downhill around 2 kilometer from the town you would experience the entrepreneurial development of the town. The plantation of mulberry trees for the food of the warm and overall procedure of the plantation would be understood if you want to go in detail during your visit. This definitely can be your off-the-wall choice. However, it can implant the insight out of nowhere while the visit to the silkworm farm being the most productive and proactive choice than rest of all.
Khadga Devi Temple
Trailing up on the stone steps towards the hillside, you would see pristine-looking temple positioned on the side of the hill which is Khadga Devi Temple. As its name the temple possess the sword which is believed to be the sword of King Mukunda Sen of Palpa gifted by the God Shiva, has been conserved in the temple.
Besides aforementioned interesting places and shrines, Bandipur is enriched with the beauty of Rani Ban (Queen’s Forest), Tin Dhara (Three Taps) and nearby village called Ramkot village which can be the best destination for hike.
Itinerary of Bandipur Tour
Day 01: Arriving day in Kathmandu
When you will be in Tribhuvan International Airport, you will be welcomed in the office. We will manage all the accommodation setup. You will be informed about the whole package of our 4 days Bandipur tour in the office.
Day 02: Kathmandu to Bandipur
Our second day of Bandipur tour, we will drive to Bandipur from Kathmandu, early in the morning. It takes four or five hours to reach to Bandipur from Kathmandu. After reaching in Bandipur, we will check in the hotel. In the evening, we will go to visit Bandipur village. Our overnight will be in the hotel in Bandipur.
Day 03: Bandipur sightseeing Day
On our third day of Bandipur tour, we will have the sightseeing day of whole Bandipur, spending all day long. We will visit to the Khadga Devi temple the most sacred and auspicious temple of Bandipur. We will visit other temples too. On this day, we will continue to visit to the martyrs’ memorial spot which is built in the honor of the seven sons of Bandipur who scarified in anti-Rana resurrection in 1951.
After our meal, we will visit to the silk farm which is less than one hour far from our hotel to the west from Bandipur. It is the place where people use the Nepali traditional method to harvest silk. We will live our overnight in the hotel.
Day 04: Sunrise view and Siddha Cave tour
On our 4th day of Bandipur tour, we will watch sunrise on the mountains. After our breakfast, we will go down to visit Siddha Gufa (Cave). This is the biggest cave among the caves of South Asia. After visiting cave, we will drive to Kathmandu.
Day 05: Departure Day
Your last day of Bandipur tour will be departure day to your home country from Tribhuwan International Airport, Kathmandu, Nepal. We wish your very safe journey.