Nepal Heritage and Festival Tour

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The festivals that are special at Bhaktapur : Nawa Barsha (Nepali new year 13-14 April), Bisket Jatra (13-17 April) and Gai Jatra (22 August). The Bisket festival is an important festival in Nepal and starts on the day of Nepali New Year and is celebrated in Bhaktapur. Experience these great traditional festivals in Nepal and have the time of your life with locals in Nepal.

The festivals that are special to Patan: Nawa Barsha (Nepali new year 13-14 April), Gai Jatra (22 August); Red Machhendranath festival- One of the biggest traditional events in Patan, Kathmandu Valley. The chariot is man made from wood, bamboo, covered by grass, colourful flowers and flags, pulling by hundreds of people (April 11, 2015)

October 18th-21st: Dasain, like the Western Christmas season, is by far the longest, most auspicious and most joyous time of year, celebrated country-wide by all castes and creeds during the bright lunar fortnight ending on the day of the full moon in late September or early October.

Tihar/Diwali 8th-10th November 2015: All over Nepal

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All about the Nepal Heritage and Festival Tour.

The festivals that are special at Bhaktapur : Nawa Barsha (Nepali new year 13-14 April), Bisket Jatra (13-17 April) and Gai Jatra (22 August). The Bisket festival is an important festival in Nepal and starts on the day of Nepali New Year and is celebrated in Bhaktapur. Experience these great traditional festivals in Nepal and have the time of your life with locals in Nepal.

The festivals that are special to Patan: Nawa Barsha (Nepali new year 13-14 April), Gai Jatra (22 August); Red Machhendranath festival- One of the biggest traditional events in Patan, Kathmandu Valley. The chariot is man made from wood, bamboo, covered by grass, colourful flowers and flags, pulling by hundreds of people (April 11, 2015)

October 18th-21st: Dasain, like the Western Christmas season, is by far the longest, most auspicious and most joyous time of year, celebrated country-wide by all castes and creeds during the bright lunar fortnight ending on the day of the full moon in late September or early October.

Tihar/Diwali 8th-10th November 2015: All over Nepal