epal has a variety of cultures and traditions because of the many ethnic group we have. We have 123 types of an ethnic group and their 125 types of languages and especially their different lifestyle to each other make Nepal so beautiful. Normally Nepal is a collection of the village so we have a lot of villages here, almost of the village starting to promote their own place and the local material to attract local and international tourists.

Home-stay and village tour is the best possible way to explore the agriculture, lifestyle, their livelihood, hospitality, culture, and religions, deserved by the groups in one particular area. In the village tour, people get employment in their own place and a visitor can taste the local food and observed local handicrafts and materials that also can be one of the great achievements and motivations for local people.
Normally, from almost of the village we can see some range of beautiful mountains, that’s why it also feels like we are staying on the lap of the mountain and the fresh air realized us we are almost to heaven.
In Nepal, we have several home-stay. People can choose as per their need and time duration. To avoid the city area and all the busy schedule people can choose home-stay to enjoy and feel like a Nepali, With great entertainment collect lifetime memories.


Bhaktapur is not only a beautiful city it is a beautiful open museum to everyone. Bhaktapur itself known as a city of culture, living heritage & city of devotees and is renowned for its elegant art, fabulous culture, colourful festivals, traditional dances and indigenous lifestyle of Newari community.

13 km far from Kathmandu city we have a very beautiful and cultural Bhaktapur city lies. Most of the inhabitants in Bhaktapur are of Newar ethnicity and Nepal Bhasa is spoken predominantly.


Founded in the 12th century by King Ananda Deva, Bhaktapur served as the capital of Nepal during the first half of Malla Dynasty until the kingdom split into three in the 15th century. Bhaktapur was a powerful and wealthy independent Newar kingdom under the Malla Kings who ruled Bhaktapur from the 15th century to late 18th century before it was annexed into the Gorkha Kingdom. The Malla era was a golden one for Bhaktapur as it was during their reign that art and architecture flourished in Bhaktapur.

Bhaktapur is a UNESCO World Heritage site, and there are literally hundreds of examples of traditional Newari architecture here. As you wander the city streets, you’ll constantly come across breath-taking buildings boasting complex patterns and the classic red brick exteriors.

Inside the Bhaktapur Durbar Square there are so many things to attract to people to visit not only for international tourist domestic tourist and local people also loved to be there on their free time.


55 window palace

One of the main attraction of the bhaktapur durbar square is 55 window palace which is one of the best example of great wood architecture of 17th century.

Nyatapola Temple

Temple of the tantric Goddesh Siddilakshmi which is 5 storey and temple is the tallest temple of the city and also tallest in Nepal.

Pottery Durbar Square

The main attraction of pottery square is the daily life of potters of the Bhaktapur and the process of making the pots. This square is the residential area for the Newari potter who manually makes the clay pots and sells them.

Dattatreya Durbar square

The main temple is dedicated to Dattatreya, who is a mix of Brahma, Vishnu and Shiva, although there are several item and inscriptions with closer links to Vishnu. The temple is guarded by statues of the Rajput wrestlers Jayamel and Phattu who also guard the Nyatapola temple in Bhaktapur.

Dattatreya Temple is a large three-tier temple said to have been built from the timber of single tree. Built by King Yaksha Malla in1427 it has withstood earthquakes and other calamities over hundreds years.

Don’t miss those food when you visit Bhaktapur

-Newari food (newari set, bara, chatamari and many more)

-JUJU Dhau (famous yogurt)