Kathmandu to Besisahar is an easy ride by Bus or Micro Bus. Kathmandu to Besisahar is approx 175 KM in distance. The narrow road from Dumre takes you to the starting point of popular Annapurna Circuit Treks. Daily buses leave to Besisahar from Kathmandu New Bus Park which is also known as Gongabu Bus Park.
WE DONT SERVER BUS TICKET – VISIT BUS PARK FOR THE TICKET
|TYPE OF Vehicle||FARE||DEPARTURE TIME||LEAVING FROM|
|Public Bus||Npr 750||07:00 AM||Gongabu|
|Micro Bus||Npr 850||07:00 AM||Gongabu|
Gongabu Bus Park lies on the edge of Ring Road and can be easily accessed by public vehicles. Public Buses leave at 07:00 AM sharply from Kathmandu to Besisahar. The other transport option to reach this tourist town is to book your seat on Micro Bus which is fast and safe to travel. There are no tourist buses that leave to Besisahar from the country capital. The microbus is normal 12 seaters and the bus are 35 seaters which leave for Besisahar.
You also can hire a jeep or a cab to reach Beshisahar, however, it hurts your pocket compared to this public option. The journey takes approx 6 hrs to reach from Kathmandu. The public vehicle will make a few short stops on the way during this journey. Like the tourist bus, you won’t receive a complimentary mineral water bottle at the ticket price. The road is not too good however you get a chance to see the countryside of Nepal and the paddy field.
Vehicle Travel Route: Gongabu Bus Park – Balaju – Banasthali – Swayambhuanth – Kalanki – Galchi – Malekhu – Muglin – Dumre – Besisahar.
Beshisahar is the district headquarter of the Lamjung district. It lies in the Gandaki province of Nepal. You can enjoy the view of different mountains from here. Mountains like Machhapuchhre, Annapurna II, Lamjung Himal can be seen from Beshisahar. The total population of Beshisahar is 39356 according to the census survey of 2011. Beshisahar is the gateway of Annapurna Circuit Trek along with Nar Phu Valley Trekking. Thousands of travelers pass through Beshisahar every year. Beshisahar lies in the bank of renowned Marshyandi River which flows from North to South which lately merges with Gandaki River.