Nagarkot, atiny low resort hill station within the Kathmandu depression, offers a number of the most effective views of the encompassing Himalayan geological formation. Outdoors enthusiasts flock to the current mountain outpost not just for the views, however additionally for the serenity. Here thick pine forests and abundant valleys giving many hiking opportunities can surround travelers. Those inquisitive about trekking ought to take into account hiking back out of Nagarkot to Kathmandu or perhaps hike on to their next destination.
Located twenty miles (32 kilometers) from Kathmandu, Nagarkot are often enjoyed as a protracted expedition, or higher nonetheless, associate degree nightlong getaway thus you’ll be able to watch the sunrise remove darkness from the encompassing peaks. If you’ll be able to stand up to the cold, a visit between Gregorian calendar month and March virtually guarantees clear skies and views as so much because the peak of Mt mountain peak. The monsoons of Gregorian calendar month, Gregorian calendar month and Sept bring clouds and stopped views at the best.
- From : Kathmandu to Khotang
- : 6-10 People
- : 260 K.M.
- : 6 Days
- : 5 Nights
Day 1: Arrival in Kathmandu
You will arrive at Tribhuvan International Airport in Kathmandu, the capital city of Nepal. You can spend the day exploring the city, visiting temples, and getting a feel for Nepalese culture.
Day 2: Kathmandu to Khotang
You will take a flight from Kathmandu to Lamidanda Airport, which is the closest airport to Halesi Mahadev Temple. From there, you will drive to Halesi Mahadev Temple.
Day 3-4: Explore Halesi Mahadev Temple
Spend these two days exploring the temple complex, which includes a series of caves, shrines, and waterfalls. You can also participate in puja ceremonies and other religious rituals.
Day 5: Return to Kathmandu
After spending four days in Halesi Mahadev Temple, you will return to Kathmandu. You can use this day to do some last-minute souvenir shopping, or visit any other temples or landmarks you may have missed on your first day in the city.
Day 6: Departure
On your final day, you will depart from Tribhuvan International Airport and head back home.
Price for tour is US$189.00 Per person. (Minimum 6 to 10 Person)
- Temple entrance fee: There is no entrance fee to visit the temple complex, but visitors are encouraged to make a donation to support the temple’s upkeep.
- Accommodation: There are several guesthouses and lodges in the area around the temple complex where you can stay. The cost of accommodation varies depending on the type of room and the season, but generally includes basic amenities such as a bed, a bathroom, and hot water.
Food and drinks: You can find several small restaurants and food stalls in the area serving traditional
- Nepalese cuisine. The cost of meals depends on the type of food and the restaurant, but you can expect to pay around $5-10 per meal.
- Transportation: The cost of transportation from Kathmandu to Halesi Mahadev Temple can vary depending on the mode of transportation you choose. If you take a public bus, the cost is relatively cheap, around $10-15 per person. If you hire a private car or jeep, the cost can be higher, around $100-150 for the round trip. If you choose to fly from Kathmandu to Lamidanda Airport, the cost of the flight is around $100-150 per person.
- Travel insurance: It is recommended to purchase travel insurance to cover unexpected events such as medical emergencies, trip cancellations, or lost luggage.
- Visa fees: If you are not a citizen of Nepal, you will need to obtain a visa to enter the country. The cost of a visa varies depending on your nationality and the length of your stay.
- Personal expenses: This includes any additional expenses such as souvenirs, snacks, or extra activities not mentioned in the inclusions. It is important to budget for these expenses accordingly.
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