Namobuddha hiking day tour is a popular walking expedition that takes you to wonderful Namobuddha hill (1750m) to enjoy its natural charm. The hiking trail is amazingly beautiful as it passes through the beautiful forest and traditional villages all the way uphill to Namobuddha. Namobuddha is situated at the hilltop of Panauti and is a famous Buddhist pilgrimage located in Kavre district. The Thrangu Tashi Yangtse Monastery is a center of attraction of Namobuddha. It is believed that Lord Buddha gave his life to a starving tigress and her cubs at Namobuddha. The monastery was founded by V.V. Khenchen Thrangu Rinpoche in 1978. The school for young monks is also a part of the monastery. The hilltop also offers fine views of the Himalayas and traditional villages from its ridge. Namobuddha hiking is an easy expedition and ideal for all travelers who would strive to walk for at least a few hours.
Breakfree Adventures Namobuddha Hiking expedition commences with a scenic drive to Khopasi via the ancient Newari town of Panauti. It will take us approximately one and half hours to reach Khopasi from Kathmandu. We will start our hiking expedition from Khopasi and follow the uphill trail towards Namobuddha. We will cross a suspension bridge and pass through traditional villages enjoying the beautiful views of cultivated fields and forest. Upon reaching Namobuddha we will explore the monastery, the school and other attractions of Namobuddha. We will later descend down to Dhulikhel and terminate our hiking expedition. Dhulikhel carries with it a majestic beauty of nature and numerous cultural and natural heritage. Dhulikhel offers the finest panoramic views of snowcapped mountains and scenic landscapes. We will spend some time in Dhulikhel and finally drive back to Kathmandu wrapping up our day hike to
- - Scenic drive to Khopasi from Kathmandu and Dhulikhel to Kathmandu
- - Ancient Newari town of Panauti
- - Alluring Himalayan views from the top of the Namobuddha hill
- - Buddhist Gompa and school for monks in Namobuddha
- - Dhulikhel and the views of Himalayas from its view point
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