1 Day Namobudhha Panauti Tour

If you want a short and sweet escape, this 1 Day Namobuddha Panauti Tour is the best pick. It is an easy trek spot near the hills of Kathmandu city. Namobuddha is only 42 km drive away from the ever-bustling Kathmandu valley. 1 Day Namobudha Panauti Tour takes you a little away from this busy world.

This hike lies in the surroundings of the beautiful hill station “ Namobuddha(1750m)”. Namobuddha suburb is famous for a holy place “Thrangu Tashi Yangtse Monastery “ which poses religious significance. Altogether, this hilltop allows the view of the peaceful sunrise, wide terrain and snow-capped mountains like Manaslu, Ganesh Himal, and several others. Along the way, you can observe the beautiful landscapes of the Namobuddha region.

While after, the trail descends toward the native Newari town “Panauti(1,340m) The town of 40 temples. The streets are guarded by the ancient temples and monasteries. Also, your eyes will stretch through fields of rice and mustard plants dancing with the wind.

In short, this one-day hike from Kathmandu-Namobuddha-Panauti is your cup of tea if you have just one day to wander. This hike has a lot to offer in a single day; mountains, temples, monasteries, and terrains.

Highlights of 1 Day Namobudha – Panauti Tour

  • Passing via Dhulikhel( a popular hill station)
  • Namobuddha viewpoint(1750m) and Namo Buddha “Thrangu Tashi Yangtse Monastery”
  • Panauti locality- A native Newari town
  • Sighting at ancient houses and temples
  • Indigenous Newari foods to taste
  • An irresistible eyeshot of rice and mustard fields


Around morning, your one-day tour starts with the <strong>40-minute</strong> drive to Dhulikhel(1,550m). While here, you will enjoy a wide vision of snow-capped mountains and uneven terrains.

After taking enough views we drive towards Namo Buddha(1750m). The drive will run through the roads, bordered by green fields and woods. We will have lunch upon our arrival at the Namo Buddha viewpoint.

After that, you can spend some time observing the architecture of <strong>Thrangu Tashi Yangtse Monastery</strong> which is nicely built. Alongside, you can watch the picturesque view of mountains and landscapes.

Then, our trail slides on the way to a typical village of Newari “Panauti”. It is a <strong>2.5-hour hike </strong>from Namo Buddha to Panauti. Panauti village has numerous antique houses and temples. Likewise, you will also be fortunate to observe the novel Newari peoples and their foods.

According to myth, this entire village is just over a single stone. This town is full of <strong>17th-century temples</strong>, most popularly Indreshwar Mahadev Temple(tallest in Panauti).

Undoubtedly, <strong>2-3 hours</strong> is never enough to explore this historic village. Alternatively, you can stay at the homestays to explore it every inch. There are plenty of homestays providing a good place and food.

Finally, after exploring so many things we drive back to Kathmandu. It's a <strong>40 minutes</strong> drive that takes us from peaceful Panauti to the yelling Kathmandu.

Service includes

  • • A professional Tour Guide.
  • • Necessary Private Vehicles with driver.
  • • Necessary entry fees.
  • • Route Map and bottle of water.

Service excludes

  • • Personal expenses.
  • • All kind of soft and hard drinks.
  • • Lunch and snack.

Major attractions of 1 Day Namobudha – Panauti Tour

Namobuddha Viewpoint(1750m)

Namobuddha’s viewpoint is a major attraction of this entire 1 Day Namobudha – Panauti Tour. “Thrangu Tashi Yangtse Monastery”, an important Buddhist monastery around the valley stands at the top of the hill. Chantings of the monks are a pleasure to the ears and soul.

Perhaps, you can observe the monastery with nature in the backdrop. Since this apex of Namobuddha allows pleasing views of terrains and snow-capped mountains. Manaslu (8,165m), Ganesh Himal (7,446m), Lantang (7,245m) are some observable peaks from here.

Panauti Village(1,340m)

Panauti, one of the oldest towns of Nepal is mainly popular for its 17th century temples and ancient houses. Situated at the confluence of two holy rivers Rosi and Punyamati, it’s considered as an important religious site of Nepal.

It is more like a city of temples, with ample ancient homes and temples. This town of 40 temples is best for you if history and architecture are your sorts of interests. Indreshwar Mahadev Temple, Bansha Gopal Krishna Temple, Unmatta Bhairav Temple, and Ahilya Temple are some of the major temples to visit in Panauti. Panauti Peace Gallery is a museum that has a collection of vintage things from the past to display.

Newars are the major ethnicities of this place, so there is abundant Newari culture, lifestyle, and food to explore.

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1 Day Namobudhha Panauti Tour
From $ 120
/ Adult
  • 1 Pax to Max 30 Pax
  • Private Transport