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  • Day Driver Allowance
  • ₹300/day + food & lodging expenses.
  • Base Fare
  • Mileage: Unlimited
  • Max passengers: 5
  • Fuel: Octen/Petrol
  • Max luggage: 1
  • Fuel usage: 5-6/100km
  • Doors: 4
  • Engine capacity: 1400 ccm
  • Deposit: 110.00 USD

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How to visit this place?

Well, Janakpuri is well connected to almost all the famous cities of Nepal and that’s why you will not have to deal with any type of difficulty while visiting this famous place. Even some of the neighboring cities in India are well connected with Janakpuri and that’s why visiting this place is not a big hassle. The nearest major highway, the Mahindra highway is almost 24 kilometers from Janakpuri. You can simply book online cab services and visit this beautiful place without any hassle. You should know that the distance between Janakpuri and Kathmandu is 224 kilometers and it will take you around 5 to 6 hours in order to reach Janakpuri via a taxi.

What is the best time to visit this place?

If you are looking forward to making the most of your Janakpuri visit then you should definitely visit this famous place in the month of May, July, and August. The spring season starts from March and lasts till May in Nepal and this is why the climatic condition is quite comfortable during this period. If you will visit this place during summers then you may have to go through the harsh climatic condition and you may not be able to enjoy your trip. So, plan a Janakpuri trip during the spring season and enjoy the place with a mild climate that is favorable for everyone.

Things to do and places to visit in Janakpuri

Janaki Mandir- Janaki Mandir- This temple is the heart of the city and it is also the major attraction of the city. This temple was built around the 19th century and it has been dedicated to Goddess Sita and Lord Ram. You should know that this famous temple was built by the very famous Queen Tikamgadh, now in Madhya Pradesh. You will be able to see great architects while visiting this place.

Bivahmandap- Just located north of the very famous Janaki Mandir, the Bivahmandap is basically an amazing lush-green garden that has been made to symbolize the wedding spot of Lord Ram and Goddess Sita. The pagoda-style temple is surely a masterpiece and you should not miss visiting this place while visiting Janakpuri.

Ganga Sagar and Dhanush Sagar- These are basically sacred ponds that are located just a few minutes away from the very famous Janaki Mandir. According to the expert travelers, this is surely one of the most beautiful ponds of Nepal and this is why you should not miss to explore them if you want to make the most of your Janakpuri visit.

Bhootnath Mandir- This place was previously used for cremation ground of Hindus but now it has gone through a very dramatic transformation and is now consists of a very beautiful garden and an amazing looking temple that has been dedicated to Hindu god of death, the nether world, and reincarnation.