Namobuddha to Panauti Day Hiking – 1 Day

  • Duration 1 Day
  • Destination Nepal
  • Trip Grade Easy
  • Starts at Kathmandu
  • Ends at Kathmandu
  • Meals None
  • Accommodation None
  • Max. Altitude 1750 Meters (Namobuddha)
  • Activity Hiking
  • Group Type Any
  • Group Size 2 to 12
  • Best Season Whole year
  • Visit Namobuddha monasteries, one of the significant Buddhist monasteries in Nepal
  • Enjoy a pleasant hike through the beautiful trail of Namo Buddha
  • Hike to the traditional town of Panauti and explore the Hindu and Buddhist monuments
  • Witness the architectural houses, traditions, and cultures of the locals in the ancient Newari town of Panauti
  • Experience local art and culture at the Newari heritage town of Panauti
  • Hike through the beautiful forests enjoying the scenic view of the landscapes
  • See the beautifully preserved culture at both sites
  • One of the best ways to observe the Traditional town near Kathmandu
  • The traditional lifestyle of the Tamang and Newar people of Nepal.
  • Historical Indreshwor temple, old houses, and the museum.
  • Spend a peaceful time witnessing monks and devotees indulged in praying and chanting.
  • Get a chance to see the splendid Himalayan massifs of northern Nepal
  • Interact with local Newars to indulge in their traditional culture.

The Namobuddha Panauti Day Hike is a wonderful opportunity to visit a sacred place and a nearby traditional hamlet in the southeast of the Kathmandu Valley. Namobuddha Panauti Day Hike offers a day of exploration and adventure as well as the chance to take in the magnificence of nature, culture, and religion. If you want to see a historic Buddhist stupa and enjoy a leisurely nature walk followed by a cultural discovery of the Newari village of Panauti, then Namobuddha Panauti Hiking is for you.

The Namobuddha to Panauti Day Hike begins in Namobuddha, a hilltop monastery that is well-maintained and stunning. This beautiful monastery is decorated with prayer flags, wheels, and sculptures. The surroundings are extremely serene, and you can even sense the monastery's surrounding aura of good energy. Additionally, when unwinding on the hilltop, this location offers breathtaking views of the surroundings and mountains.

Monks offering prayers for soul repair are among the monastery's most amazing sights. Here, the monks offer prayers, recite mantras, and are completely committed. Observing the monks immersed in their chants and devotion is very energizing, and if you listen intently while closing your eyes, you can experience a spark that fills your spirit.

The Namobuddha to Panauti Day Hike Trip concludes at Panauti, a charming town in the Kavre region, whose residents have managed to retain their traditional way of life despite its proximity to Kathmandu. Despite modernization and its proximity to the city, Panauti has been able to maintain its traditional culture and several Hindu temples.

You will also have the chance to see how the Newar communities, who make up the majority of the population here, still live traditionally. Along with the Newars, the region is now home to certain Tamang, Magar, and Aryan groups as well. People who live here firmly think the town is built on a single rock and is thus immune to natural calamities like earthquakes, which is what makes it the most unique place in the world.

The Panauti Mela, a fair that takes place every 12 years, is highly well known. Devotees from nearly every region of the nation travel here to see the joyful atmosphere as the fair's ins and outs begin there.

The Namobuddha to Panauti Day Hike begins by descending to the main temple of Namobuddha, a modest stupa that serves as a holy place for Buddhist and Hindu people from various regions of Nepal, Tibet, and Bhutan. Around the stupa, there are Buddhist prayer flags and a few shops offering tourist trinkets and drinks. The trail descends until it reaches a small river.

It then crosses the stream and continues along the dirt road till it reaches Panauti. The whole Namobuddha to Panauti Day Hiking Trip allows visitors to observe local life. The area's environment is also characterized by its lovely terraced fields. One may reach the historic Newari settlement of Panauti by trekking for around three hours from Namobuddha.

Panauti, which includes several lovely temples and historic structures of Newari architecture, is situated at the meeting point of two small rivers. Indreswor Mahadev Temple, built in the fourteenth century, is one of Panauti's well-known temples. The neighboring Radhakrishna Temple and the Bramhayani Temple across the river are also well-known sanctuaries. A modest traditional museum is housed in a historic structure within the Indreswor Mahadev temple complex. You will ultimately go to Kathmandu after visiting the lovely town of Panauti, successfully ending the Namobuddha to Panauti Day Hiking Trip.

We at Green Valley Nepal Treks and Research Hub are pleased to present our well-planned Namobuddha to Panauti Day Hiking Detailed Itinerary, which will give you the experience of a lifetime. Booking is now available for 2024 and 2025. Based on your time, budget, and endurance, we are willing to modify this package to meet your requirements. For more questions regarding the Namobuddha to Panauti Day Hike Package Cost, please don't hesitate to contact us.

Other Related Tours for You

Benefits of Booking Namobuddha to Panauti Day Hiking Package with us

  • Hotel Pickup And Drop off service
  • Green Valley Nepal Trek T-Shirt
  • Free Namo Buddha to Panauti Hiking Map
  • Medical Kits - Which May Be Necessary In Certain Cases.
  • Free Excess Luggage Storing At Green Valley Nepal Store During The Trek

What You Can Expect from Namobuddha to Panauti Day Hiking?

  • The Namobuddha Panauti hike leads to a monastery that is a well-liked pilgrimage site for Buddhists and Hindus.
  • You will witness the magnificent Himalayan massifs in addition to the lovely monastery. However, the hike will allow you to discover the vibrant town of Panauti's hidden gems.
  • You will drive through pine trees and picturesque local towns on the route to Namobuddha. There are stupas with vibrant prayer flags and Buddhist monasteries.
  • You will witness monks and devotees indulged in praying and chanting, and you will experience a serene environment that is refreshing and reviving.
  • Panauti is recognized as a Newari town since there are many Newari residents there. You will get to see how people live normally and traditionally.
  • The Langtang and Jugal Himalayan mountains will be seen in their entirety, together with a magnificent river valley and agricultural terraces.
  • If you visit Panauti during MAKAR MELA, a very well-known celebration that takes place in January or February once every 12 years, you can get a different perspective on religion and devotion.

Is Namobuddha to Panauti Day Hiking Suitable For You?

  • If you want to add a little spirituality to your journey, the Namobuddha Panauti climb is the ideal choice.
  • For individuals who want an easygoing vacation and enjoy hiking hills and nature, this tour is perfect.
  • This tour is most appropriate for you if you're curious to learn more about Newari culture and way of life.
  • Namobuddha Panauti Day Hike is a perfect way to spend your spare time in Kathmandu if you have a day off and are looking for a pleasant excursion close to the valley.
  • This one-day excursion is ideal for discovering the calm surroundings of the valley as well as the traditional cities of Panauti and Namobuddha Monastery's historical and cultural facets.
  • This day trek is appropriate for people of all ages, from children to seniors, and is perfect for individuals who enjoy exploring historic cities and cultures as well as enjoying the outdoors.

Preparation for Namobuddha to Panauti Day Hiking

A confirmation email for your reservation for the Namobuddha Panauti Hiking Trip will be delivered to you. In the event of bad weather or excessive traffic, the tour itinerary is subject to change without prior notice. Winter travelers are encouraged to bring warm clothes. On this trip, wheelchair access is not accessible, and infants must sit on laps. Travelers who have back problems, heart problems, or any other serious medical conditions shouldn't make this trip, nor should pregnant women. This tour is private, so only your group will participate. When hiking, remember to adequately hydrate to avoid being dehydrated. Additionally, it is advised that travelers have a modest degree of physical fitness.

Namobuddha to Panauti Day Hiking Cost 2024 and 2025

Green Valley Nepal Treks offers the Namobuddha to Panauti Day Hiking Package Cost based on group size. Please follow for the group price details:

No. of PaxStarting PriceAction
1USD 130Send Inquiry
2USD 75 per personSend Inquiry
3USD 60 per personSend Inquiry
4 to 10USD 50 per personSend Inquiry

Note: If you want to discuss more regarding the Namobuddha Panauti Day Hiking Itinerary and Cost, feel free to Contact or WhatsApp us. We are available 24x7 for you.

Day to Day Itinerary
Expand allCollapse all

8:00 am: You will be picked up from your accommodation by our driver and guide, and you will travel 1.5 hours from Kathmandu to Namo Buddha to visit the Thrangu Tashi Yangtse Monastery. You will tour the monastery, which offers young monks a contemporary education and has a breathtaking view of Langtang, Dorjelakpa, and Garuishankar.

11:00 am: To get to Panauti, you must trek down from Namo Buddha; the journey will take you four hours. You will learn about Newari culture along the route, mostly from the people who work in the fields. Once at Panauti, where there are several temples and museums, you may visit the local residences and small towns. You will take a one-and-a-half-hour trip back to Kathmandu after visiting Panauti.

3:00 pm: Finally, you will return to Kathmandu by car from Panauti to complete your Namobuddha Panauti Day Hiking Trip.

  • 6 to 7 hrs

Our team guides, porters and accompanying staff are locals with a broad knowledge about each and every location that we travel through.

Cost Includes
  • Private Car with Driver
  • English-speaking professional Hiking Guide
  • Entrance Fees
Cost Excludes
  • Meals
  • Accommodation
  • Tips and Gratuities
Departure Dates
Start:WednesdayApr 17, 2024
End:WednesdayApr 17, 2024
Start:ThursdayApr 18, 2024
End:ThursdayApr 18, 2024
Start:FridayApr 19, 2024
End:FridayApr 19, 2024
Start:SaturdayApr 20, 2024
End:SaturdayApr 20, 2024
Start:SundayApr 21, 2024
End:SundayApr 21, 2024
Start:MondayApr 22, 2024
End:MondayApr 22, 2024
Start:TuesdayApr 23, 2024
End:TuesdayApr 23, 2024
Start:WednesdayApr 24, 2024
End:WednesdayApr 24, 2024
Start:ThursdayApr 25, 2024
End:ThursdayApr 25, 2024
Start:FridayApr 26, 2024
End:FridayApr 26, 2024
Start:SaturdayApr 27, 2024
End:SaturdayApr 27, 2024
Start:SundayApr 28, 2024
End:SundayApr 28, 2024
Start:MondayApr 29, 2024
End:MondayApr 29, 2024
Start:TuesdayApr 30, 2024
End:TuesdayApr 30, 2024
Useful Info

Namobuddha to Panauti Day Hiking Best Time

The Namobuddha Panauti Hike is accessible all year round. The spring (March to April) and autumn (September to December) seasons, however, are preferable for hiking this trail. In Nepal, spring is one of the best times to go hiking due to the favorable weather as well as the breathtaking landscape. The route is covered in blooms, especially rhododendron blossoms starting in March. As the monsoon clears the air of dust and smog, autumn in Nepal delivers pleasant temperatures, favorable hiking conditions, and stunning views. As Nepal celebrates the significant holidays of Dashain and Tihar at this time of year, the autumn season exhibits vibrant hues of delight.

Due to intense heat and moisture surges, hot temperatures, clouds, smog, and rain, hiking in Nepal is frequently avoided from May to August. Views are obscured by monsoon clouds, and the torrential downpour creates muddy walking surfaces as well as some season's pests and insects. Apart from that, the countryside after the significant downpour looks amazing and clear. While a multi-day or high-altitude trekking trip is not advised in the winter, a one-day Panauti Namobuddha Hike is a fine idea. Since the winters are not too harsh in the Kathmandu Valley, it is a good place for shorter hikes at lower elevations. Over the summit, the wintertime views of the Himalayas are breathtaking (when the weather is clear).

Food Availability during Namobuddha to Panauti Day Hiking

The Namobuddha Panauti Hiking Trip's food options depend on the details of your tour schedule. Meals are not included in this package, however, you are free to have a typical Nepali lunch at a nearby café or restaurant during your lunch break. Momos, dal bhat, chow mein, and thukpa are just a few of the delectable foods offered in Nepali eateries. The majority of the eateries provide food that is suited for vegans and non-vegetarians alike. Because you will be moving around and taking in the sights during the day, it is advised that you pack some snacks and drinks. To lessen the amount of plastic trash, think about taking a reusable water bottle that you can fill up at neighboring cafes and restaurants.

Namobuddha to Panauti Day Hiking Challenges

While the Namobuddha Panauti hiking trail is a moderate-level trek, there are still a few challenges that hikers may encounter. Here are some of the common challenges that you may face during this hiking trip:

  • Steep Uphill and Downhill Trails: The hiking trail involves steep uphill and downhill paths, which can be challenging, especially for those who are not used to hiking. It is important to wear sturdy and comfortable hiking shoes and take breaks when necessary.
  • Weather Conditions: The weather in the Namobuddha and Panauti areas can be unpredictable, with sudden changes in temperature, wind, and rain. Hikers should be prepared for varying weather conditions and carry proper gear to protect themselves from the elements.
  • Cultural Differences: The Namobuddha to Panauti hiking trail passes through several villages, and it is important to respect the local customs and traditions. Hikers should be mindful of their behavior and avoid offending the local people.
  • Communication: English may not be widely spoken in some of the villages along the trail. It is important to carry a map and a phrasebook to communicate with the locals and seek help if needed.
  • Wildlife: The hiking trail is home to several wildlife species, including monkeys and birds. Hikers should be cautious and avoid disturbing the wildlife.

Despite these challenges, the Namobuddha to Panauti hiking trail offers a beautiful and rewarding experience for hikers who are up for the challenge. By preparing yourself adequately and being mindful of your surroundings, you can have a safe and enjoyable hiking trip.

Requirements of Travel Insurance for Namobuddha to Panauti Day Hiking

For Namobuddha Panauti Hiking Trip, getting travel insurance is entirely up to the individual. You can choose to get it or not. It is not mandatory to purchase an insurance policy for this hiking. You won't require that because there are no significant risk factors involved like trekking in the mountains. While exploring the various location of Nepal you might encounter minor to severe accidents. Thinking about those cases, you could purchase an insurance policy to be on the safer side. However, there haven't been any incidents similar to that up until now, and we hope there won't be in the future.

Namobuddha to Panauti Day Hiking Packing List

It is crucial to check the climate prediction on the day of your trip since it will influence the items you pick. The best strategy is to dress in layers because Kathmandu's temperature might change during the day. The Namobuddha Panauti Hiking is likely to be an amazing experience, so don't forget to carry your spirit of adventure and curiosity. You might wish to carry the following necessities for the Tour:

  • Comfortable walking shoes with a good grip
  • A light backpack to carry your belongings
  • Sunscreen, sunglasses, and a hat to protect you from the sun
  • A reusable water bottle to refill at local restaurants and cafes
  • Snacks such as energy bars or nuts to keep you fueled throughout the day
  • A camera or smartphone to capture the stunning sights and scenery
  • A lightweight, waterproof jacket or poncho in case of rain
  • A small first-aid kit with basic supplies such as Band-Aids and pain relievers
  • Cash or credit card for purchasing souvenirs or additional food and drinks
  • A respectful outfit that covers your shoulders and knees when visiting religious sites.

Namobuddha to Panauti Day Hiking Booking Procedure

With Green Valley Nepal Treks, one of Nepal's leading trekking companies, you can get the lowest price now on Namobuddha Panauti Hiking Trip Package. With several qualified guides, we are completely government-approved and registered trekking and adventure specialists (the firm registration number is 71671/066/067). Additionally, we are affiliated with several national tourist organizations, including the Nepal Tourism Board (NTB), TAAN, NMA, KEEP, and many others. The finest experience of a lifetime will undoubtedly be trekking with the most reputable and highly recommended local firm by many organizations. For this trip, we thus warmly welcome you all to the Green Valley Nepal Treks family. You simply need to pay a 100% deposit now and the rest when you arrive for the booking producers.

What our travelers saysClient Reviews
  • TripAdvisor

    Namobudha to Panauti Hiking with Green Valley Nepal Treks

    It was an incredible experience that I just had with Green Valley Nepal Treks' Namobudha to Panauti Hiking Tour. We saw traditional villages, historic temples, and breathtaking vistas as we hiked through some of Nepal's most picturesque terrain. The tour guide was knowledgeable and gave us fascinating insights into the region's history and culture. Our visit was made safe and pleasurable by the kind and knowledgeable employees at Green Valley Nepal Treks. Overall, I heartily endorse Green Valley Nepal Treks' Namobudha to Panauti Hiking Tour for anybody interested in discovering Nepal's stunning natural beauty and rich cultural legacy.

    CooperMarch 08, 2023United States
  • TripAdvisor

    Amazing Experience during Namobudha to Panauti Hiking Trip

    It was an amazing experience that I just had with Green Valley Nepal Treks' Namobudha to Panauti Hiking Tour. We saw breathtaking views of the Himalayas while hiking through lovely forests, age-old towns, and picturesque landscapes. We learned interesting facts about the local customs and culture from the tour guide, who was polite and informed. Our vacation was safe and fun thanks to the experienced and helpful personnel at Green Valley Nepal Treks. Overall, if you're searching for an exciting and authentic Nepal experience, I heartily suggest the Namobudha to Panauti Hiking Tour with Green Valley Nepal Treks.

    MartinMarch 03, 2023Turkey
  • The Namobuddha to Panauti Day Hike takes around 5 to 6 hours, depending on your pace and stops along the way.

  • The Namobuddha to Panauti Day Hike is considered easy to moderate in terms of difficulty. The trail is mostly uphill and downhill, and there are some steep sections, but it is manageable for most hikers.

  • While it is possible to hike Namobuddha to Panauti without a guide, it is recommended to hire a local guide for safety and convenience. The trail can be challenging, and a guide can provide valuable information about the trail and the local culture.

  • The best time to hike Namobuddha to Panauti is from October to May when the weather is dry and sunny. During the monsoon season from June to September, the trail can be muddy and slippery, making it more challenging to hike.

  • No permits are required to hike Namobuddha to Panauti. However, if you plan to visit any religious sites or monasteries along the way, there may be entrance fees or donation requirements.

  • You should pack essentials like water, snacks, sunscreen, a hat, and comfortable hiking shoes. It is also recommended to bring a rain jacket and warm layers in case of weather changes. A map, camera, and first aid kit are also useful to have.

  • There are no accommodations available on the trail, but you can stay in either Namobuddha or Panauti if you wish to explore the area more. There are also several teahouses and guesthouses available in these towns.

  • There are no major health risks associated with hiking Namobuddha to Panauti, but you should still take necessary precautions. Stay hydrated, protect yourself from the sun, and carry a first aid kit in case of any emergencies.

  • Yes, you can hire a porter to carry your backpack or any heavy items you may have. This will allow you to focus on enjoying the hike without the added weight on your back.

  • There are several attractions you can visit while in Namobuddha or Panauti, such as the Thrangu Tashi Yangtse Monastery, the Namobuddha Monastery, and the Panauti Old Town. You can also visit the Sanga Mahadev Temple, the Kali Temple, and the Balthali Village Resort.

You May Also LikeSimilar Itineraries
Still looking for your next holiday?

Allow our experts to help you plan one of the most memorable vacations based on your interests. With their in-depth knowledge and expertise of the Himalayas, craft the journey of your dreams taking into account your preferred location, time frame, and budget. For a beautiful vacation on top of the globe, contact us.

Call us: +977 9841 392186 (Arjun Pandey), +977 98510 31090 (Rajendra Lamichhane)