A small beautiful town of Panauti in Kavre District of Nepal is just 36 km away from Kathmandu. Well, not that far is it? It is situated right between the Roshi and the Puniamati rivers and the famous Indreshwar Mahadev also lies there. The town has preserved its tradition and festivals, and possesses a number of historic temples. The Majority of the people belong to Newari culture and follow similar tradition to that of Kathmandu, but own numerous distinctive events.
The place is famous for woodcarving, so definitely you will be carrying one of that on your way back. The Panauti has a lot to explore and a lot to wonder at.
|Access||36 km South-East from Kathmandu|
|Hike Title||Destination Date|
|Hiking from Banepa to Panauti||22/09/2013|
|Hiking from Sanga to Panauti||15/01/2012|
|Hiking from Godavari to Panauti via Lakuri Bhanjyang||20/02/2011|
|Hiking from Lubu to Lakuri Bhanjyang via Panauti||01/03/2009|