Nepali New Year 2077

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Nepali people follow own calendar known as Bikram Sambat and it starts from 1st day of year Baisakh. Nepali New Year is observed as a holiday to enjoy, eat and visit new places. It is also known as Naya Barsa or Nava Barsha in Nepali language. New Year in Nepal generally falls on April month of Gregorian calendar. People just enjoy the day as festival.

There are different way of celebration of this day. There are Bisket Jatra, Sindoor Jatra and Bode Jatra on this day in the traditional city Bhaktapur. New Year’s Eve parties and events are organized by restaurants, hotels and clubs for youths who like to enjoy parties.

Nepali New Year: Festivals to witness

Bisket Jatra
Sindoor Jatra
Bode Jatra

Suggested Trips by Nepal Tour Guide during New Year in Nepal

New Year in Nepal falls on April month which is great time for visiting for tours and sightseeing, trekking, short hiking, mountain biking, paragliding, bungee jumping, zip-flyer, river rafting and jungle safari.

We suggest you to these itineraries

  • Nepal Honeymoon Tour
  • Family Tour in Nepal
  • Everest Base Camp Trek
  • Annapurna Base Camp Trek
  • Explore Nepal Tour
  • Poon Hill Trek
  • Kathmandu Valley Trek
  • All Nepal Tour
  • Kathmandu Nagarkot Pokhara Chitwan Tour
  • Nagarkot Day Hike
  • Nagarkot Dhulikhel Hike
  • Namobuddha Day Hike
  • Kathmandu Bandipur Pokhara Tour
  • Upper Mustang Trek
  • Mardi Himal Trek
  • Bhotekoshi Bungee Jumping
  • Trishuli River Rafting
  • Bhotekoshi River Rafting
  • Paragliding in Pokhara
  • Chitwan Jungle Safari
  • Bardia Jungle Safari
  • Hindu Pilgrimage Tour
  • Buddhist Pilgrimage Tour

Frequently Asked Questions

What is Nepali New Year?

New Year is the starting day of the year according to Nepali calendar. It’s Nepal Sambat in Nepal.

What day is Nepali New Year?

Baisakh 1st is celebrated as Nepali New Year.

What calendar is used in Nepal?

Bikram sambat or Nepali calendar is used in Nepal.

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