British Prince Harry visited the earthquake survivors, quake-hit places and cultural heritages in Bhaktapur to inspect the situation. Earlier, Prince Harry visited Patan.
He met with the survivors, interacted with them and expressed his empathy with the locals, who were displaced by the massive earthquakes that hit Nepal last year on April 25 and May 12.
Similarly, the Britain Prince Harry who is on a five-day visit to Nepal met President Bidya Devi Bhandari at her official residence at Sheetal Niwas on Sunday morning.
Prince Harry told President Bhandari that he is delighted to be in Nepal and is looking forward to open the Girls Summit later in week, according to the Kensington Palace.
He is scheduled to observe the efforts being made to restore buildings of historic significance divested by earthquake which struck Nepal in April 25 last year to assist disaster preparedness today itself.
Britain Prince Harry will be arriving at Thakurdwara, the headquarters of the Bardiya National Park, on Monday.
The chopper carrying him will land at the helipad inside the national park at 9 am tomorrow morning.
He will do rafting at Khauraha River following which a team of experts will brief him on endangered wildlife in the national park and research and studies over them.
Prince Harry will then go for a jungle walk for about half an hour. After the walk, he will visit ‘Dalla Homestay’