There is marvel at the beautiful palaces, temples, ancient bazaars, and local lifestyle as your driver pedals through the old, narrow streets of Kathmandu. Rickshaws are an accessible mode of transportation for anyone who wishes to explore the intricate gullies spread across the Kathmandu Durbar Square, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, and its nearby areas. While exploring Kathmandu on a rickshaw, we also pass through Ason, the busiest bazaar in the city that sells anything from dried buffalo meat to a variety of spices, electronics, and textiles. The bazaar is also one of the two legendary India-Tibet trade routes that pass through Kathmandu. A part of this journey also includes visiting the Hanumandhoka Museum located in the durbar square, which highlights the life of King Tribhuvan (1906-1955), who helped free the country from the Rana regime.
Join us for a rickshaw tour if you wish to savor colorful history and cultural traditions in a ride that is as much a part of a culture as the places you visit and the lifestyle you will admire.
Price: USD 95
Departure Time: 9 am
Departure Place: Alpine Club of Himalaya (Thamel, kathmandu, Nepal)
Note: Hanuman Dhoka Museum is open from 10:30 am to 3:00 pm everyday except Tuesday. On Friday it is accessible from 10:30 am to 2:00 pm
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