Dhulikhel is situated in the central part of Nepal. This is just 32 km from the Kathmandu valley. The main attractions of Dhulikhel are the grand and panoramic mountains views, numerous temples, and different types of landscape and a diversity of people. This ancient town is situated 30 km east of Kathmandu. It is a popular Himalayan viewpoint. From there you can have a complete panoramic view of the snowy ranges from Karyolung in the east to Himalchuli in the west. The old part of this town is an interesting area to wander around with some fine old Nepalese buildings and several interesting temples. From there you can also take a day trip to the Tibet border or Tatopani, a place which is famous for hot sulfur spring.
2. Panauti Village
Panauti is an old Newari settlement, which is 32 km Southeast of Kathmandu. It has some the most interesting in the valley and is set on the confluence of two rivers. The village also boasts one of the only two known pre-17th century structure of Mahadev temple. Apart from other many temples it is a pleasure to wander the town’s brick paved streets to view the magnificently carved rest houses, stupas and stone water taps.
We drive all the way from Kathmandu to Panauti which is 35 km southeast of Kathmandu and takes approx. 90 minutes of driving through Araniko Highway and village. The road to and from Panauti passes through the terraced rice fields
Panauti Village and Dhulikhel Tour is a day trip tour in Kathmandu Valley. This is 35 Kilo meters far a way from Kathmandu City. These two place are able to complete in one day tour. Dhulikhel is specially Sunrise or Sunset View Tour and Panauti is small town but pure Newari traditional town which shows you lifestyle of Newar and culture.
From Dhulikhel one can see nice view of great Himalayas and many green hills, gorges rives and villages with Paddy field. Farming and way to Nepal Tibet Border. On the way to Dhulikhel, one nice Newari Town meets called Banepa.