Guided Cultural Tour
Bhaktapur, one of the ancient cities of Nepal is popular for its rich culture and history. The city has a long history exceeding one thousand years. Having been ruled by Malla and Licchavi kings in the past. The cultural legacy is evident even in the current lifestyle of Bhaktapur, occupied largely by the Newari group, the culture, history as well as traditions have long been preserved and celebrated.
Bhaktapur at present has four main heritage squares connected wit enigmatic exits which represent the age-old security engineering which is fun to examine and study. The main square encompasses the Dattatraya, Bhaktapur Durbar Square, Pottery Square, and Taumadhi; these can be accessed by following the 32 secret exits with the assistance of a guide. These exits are still popular among people as they are used by local residents to often avoid the crowded market or to travel in a shorter time.
- Explore the 32 secret exits under courtyards and houses
- Witness the culture and lifestyle of Bhaktapur
- Observe the important heritage squares
- Understand Nepal’s history, culture and religion better
- Relish the sight of old folks, children and women having a good time in their nests
- Chase the alleys and square not mentioned in google maps
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- 4 hours
Our tour commences at 10 in the morning from the tourist bus park in the placed named Bhyasi in Bhaktapur. You can find our office representative or guide with a flag that mentions “Bhaktapur 32 Secret Exits Tour”; you will be briefed about the tour and can introduce each other. This tour is suitable for up to sixteen people.
Please remember to follow your guide who will give you each detail of the tour and will explain to the important historical and cultural facts.
Note that the exits have low doors so do not forget to bow your head to save it from hitting the door.
You will enjoy meeting and interacting with children, women, and folks.
This tour is going to take around four hours; you will love the squares which are beautified with monuments, picturesque palaces, and important Hindu temples.
The tour ends at Durbar Square and you can wander around on your own if you would like to capture some photographs.
Licensed guide, proficient in English and with experience
Note that 100% refund if available if the tour is canceled within 72 hours and the complete fee amount will be retained in case the cancellation is done in less than the given time.
Good to know
The trip starts as you join your group at 10 am.
The cost to enter in Bhaktapur is $15 per individual which does not involve the joining cost for groups (The entry fee is NPR 500 for SAARC and Chinese citizens.