Home Stay in Nepal

Mr. KC June 04, 2016

The ancient Newari settlement of Bandipur is one hill station with richness of its beauty and architecture. Its pagoda roofs, latticework windows and stone-paved streets are also the most attraction in local town. The dwellings are in the form of compact town houses, built of brick often with ornate windows and doorways. The roofs are of tin or slate.There are many temples and caves in and around bandipur. Bandipur offer panoramic views of different mountain peaks of the central Himalayas, including nature trail hike, Ganesh Himal, Langtang, Gorkha Himal, Manaslu, Buddha himal, the annapurna and Dhaulagiri.

 Bandipur Home Stay

  • Around bandipur, there are must visit spots such as ,the largest cave in Nepal (Siddha Gufa), or the Martyrs Memorial, or the Patali Dwar (aka the Gateway to Heaven), etc. This is something you definitely won’t have enough.  the surrounding Magar villages, admiring the views and watching children at play and adults at work . Its seems like a step back in time, to the age of innocence, untouched by “civilisation”.
  • Bandipur used to be a stop for the trade route from India – Tibet, Tundikhel was the setting for trade fairs many years back, as well as a parade ground for archery contests and celebrations. Strolling around the platform,According to Hindu legends, the diferent types of fig trees represent different gods - the fig trees at Tundikhel represent Vishnu, Brahma and Hanuman.
  • view spot: we can see the breathtaking views of the Himalayan from Tundikhel, Langtang peak in the east to Dhaulagiri in the west. From the nearby hilltops, one can see as far as Manakamana and Gorkha and Marsyangdi valley right infront . Himalayas are best seen in the afternoons and before sunset and until dusk. The morning fog from the nearby valleys blurs the views over the Himalayas, but makes the scenery fairy-tale like.

  • sights around bazaar, Shiva is the Hindu god that we can see around bazaar. We were fortunate to witness a celebration at the shrine which gave out a mysterious air when lit with many oil lamps. The distinctive feature of the village houses are brick walls, mud floors and slate roofs. In fact, the slate roofs come directly from the pits in the village itself. Some houses are also very brightly painted with some unique decoration and colors