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Increasing of Tourism in Bandipur, Nepal

Destination: Bandipur  
Highlights:
•Siddha Gufa CaveThani Mai Temple Viewpoint
•Silkworm Farm
•Khadga Devi TempleTundikhel
•Bindhyabasini Temple
•Padma Library
Best time:
All around the yearAccommodation:There are so many places in main street of Bandipur Bazar, where you can get nice foods. There are more authentic hotels where you can stay overnight.
Transportation:
Bandipur is some 140kms to the west of Kathmandu and around 80kms to the east of Pokhara. It is around 8kms from Dumre on the Kathmandu-Pokhara (Prithvi) highway. The time to get to Dumre depends on where you are. 
Reaching Bandipur From Kathmandu:
Tourist buses leave every morning (6am-7am) from Kantipath/Jamal . There are different operators who run A/C buses with free wifi and even restrooms these days. The bus tickets costs somewhere from NRs. 700-1000. Micro buses leave from New Buspark in Gongabu on the Ringroad. There are over 600 micro buses that run on KTM-PKR route everyday and charge somewhere from NRs.470-500. It takes around 4 hours to get to Dumre from Kathmandu. 
Reaching Bandipur From Pokhara:
There are local buses that come to Muglin which charge around NRs.80-100 to get to Dumre. Its almost 1.5hrs journey from Pokhara to Dumre. Buses leave from the BusPark or Prithvi Chowk in Pokhara. There are multiple motorbike rental services in Pokhara that you can choose from if you like. A Royal Enfield Motorbike would cost you somewhere from NRs. 2000-3500 per day without fuel. It takes an hour to reach Bandipur.
From Bandipur/Pokhara, you can find private vehicles easily to Pokhara/Bandipur, that will cost around NRs. 3500 (USD35) for one way trip.
Description:
Bandipur is a small, authentic village/small town in Nepal. Bandipur is famous for its pure and natural surrounding and life style. It’s the complete package for anyone who is willing to spend the weekend in the lap of mother nature. This used to be a stop on the route to Tibet from Kathmandu. Originally a Magar town, the Newars from Kathmandu took over the place and got settled in Bandipur making it a Newar dominated village as it is now. With traditional-style built houses, rich in wooden architecture, this place also offers wonderful views of the magnificient mountains. Its one of the most popular tourist sites these days for scenic views and cultural experiences.