However featured, Janakpur is among the least visited area in the country. The temperature and distance compared to other exploration sites are quite intense, making it isolated. The population of the city is dense though. The city comprises some attractions that can attract tourists to some extent.
Named after the legendary king Janak, the city was once the capital of the ancient Kingdom Mithila. He ruled the region and had an existence of his own. It was considered as the native country of Goddess Sita; wife of the Hindu god Rama and the antagonist of the Hindu epic Ramayana. Janakpur can be said as the highest visitors receiver among all its neighbouring towns and cities.
Our Janakpur Sightseeing Tour takes you to some of the existing attractions in the city. A very valued holy site for Hindus, the city comprises the Janaki Temple. A temple is dedicated to god Ram and goddess Site, who were believed to get married in this temple. Hundreds if pilgrims inside the country itself and from India are seen to visit this site and perform a worship. Apart from religious importance, the city was once the centre for ancient art and cultures.
Day 01:Arrival in Kathmandu [1,300m/4,264ft].Transfer to hotel. Hotel overnight
Day 02: Full day Kathmandu sightseeing tour and trek preparations. Hotel overnight
Day 03: Drive from Kathmandu to Janakpur [177m/5,81ft]. Transfer to hotel. Hotel overnight
Day 04: Full day Janakpur Sightseeing Tour including visits to the major sites in the city – Janaki Temple, Jaleshwor Mahadev Temple and many other. Hotel overnight
Day 05: Drive back from Janakpur to Kathmandu. Hotel overnight
Day 06: A short sightseeing tour in Kathmandu. Farewell dinner along with a cultural show. Hotel overnight
Day 07: Final departure