Juju Dhau tasting and making process tour


Trip Overview

Every good deed and wish in a normal newa household begins with a Sagun. And Sagun isn’t complete without dhau, or yoghurt. And Sagun is given on a Newa family on several occasions like on any auspicious day, birthdays, weddings and so on. Perhaps this is why Juju dhau has such a strong presence in the newa living series.

Juju Dhau is more akin to potatoes in that it complements other newari dishes. Because it complements foods such as Chatamari, Bara, Yomari, and even Samyabaji. You are free to eat whatever food you like with Juju dhau. And, of course, it can also be served as a dessert.

But, Juju dhau not only represents the essence culture of the Newa community and a sweet dessert but also represents Bhaktapur. Bhaktapur and Juju dhau always complement each other. Whenever we talk about Bhaktapur, we remember Juju dhau and whenever we think about having the best curd, Juju dhau, we remember Bhaktapur.

While we are so immersed in Juju dhau, we brought a special trip for all the Juju dhau appreciators. If any of you want to know how juju dhau of Bhaktapur is made, then, we have a perfect trip for you. This one-day trip will start at Bhaktapur Durbar Square. Or you can skip the tour of Bhaktapur Durbar Square if you have already been to Bhaktapur or just want to experience the juju dhau-making process. But, we suggest you have sightseeing in Bhaktapur city as well.

There is a series of processes followed by the maker of the juju dhau. You will get to experience and learn all about them on this tour.

But do you know what juju dhau exactly means? It means the king curd. Because of its natural sweetness, and royal taste, it is called juju dhau.

Itinerary of Juju dhau day tour

  • Meeting point Bhaktapur Durbar Square
  • Sightseeing at Bhaktapur Durbar Square
  • Go to the juju dhau manufacturing factory
  • Spend some time over there while learning about the juju dhau and making progress
  • Return to Durbar Square or Dattatraya

Trip Highlights of Juju Dhau day tour

  • Tasting Juju Dhau
  • Bhaktapur Sightseeing
  • The live experience of making Juju dhau

Our Exclusive Package Price

$ 25 per individual

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Juju Dhau, also known as "King Curd," is a famous traditional yoghurt from Bhaktapur, Nepal. It's known for its unique taste and creamy texture.

A Juju Dhau making and tasting tour is a guided experience that takes you through the process of making Juju Dhau and allows you to taste this delicious yoghurt firsthand.

During the tour, you'll visit a traditional Bhaktapur dairy where you can observe the process of making Juju Dhau. You'll have the opportunity to interact with local artisans, see the ingredients, and witness the fermentation process.

The duration of the tour can vary, but it generally lasts between 1 to 2 hours, depending on the specific tour package.

It's a good idea to book your Juju Dhau making and tasting tour in advance, especially during the peak tourist season, to ensure availability.

The best time to take the tour is during the morning or early afternoon when the yoghurt-making process is at its peak. Avoid the monsoon season for the best experience.

Yes, the tour can be enjoyable for families and children, as it provides an educational and cultural experience while indulging in a tasty treat.

It's always a good idea to show respect for local customs and traditions, such as removing your shoes when entering a traditional dairy and asking for permission before taking photographs of people or their property.

Yes, Bhaktapur offers a rich cultural and historical experience, so you can easily combine the Juju Dhau tour with visits to nearby temples, monuments, and Durbar Square.

We accommodate both solo travellers and small groups. So, feel free to choose this tour plan.