Everest oh Everest...
The best thing to do at Nagargot would be to wake up real early and then watch the sunrise... afterwhich eat breakfast and then go up to the deck...sit on the lounges, sipping 'chai' and staring at the mountains....
Take a stroll
There is nothing much you can do in the hotel. You can use their library. The reception do provide map for trail walk. You can either do it on your own or engage their guide for a fee. Most guest will walk to the village.
My Vally is still Green-II
I dont remember who has written the book " My Vally was green" , but this place surely is very very green throughout the year! Though we visited the place when monsoon was still on and the mountains were covered with mist & fog, but the few hours spent there will be remembered and cherished for long. My an hour long video of this place will continue to remind me of this place! I love Nepal!!!
My Vally is still Green!
In Nagarkot you get see God's gift to Nepal! The nature and the surroundings is so beautiful here that you choose to stay here for long and leave the rest of the world behind. No pollution, no honking of horn ( Calcutta is on the verge of breaking sound barrier!!), Pure Oxygen, Fresh Rain, No hawkers, No dust, Mountains, Greenery, Fresh People with smile on their face, polite talking, all in one place. What else you want from God?? Your dream of back to the nature will be fullfilled here. Do I need to explain more!!!
Things to do in Nagarkot
The most popular activity in Nagarkot is doing nothing. So, do not forget to bring books to keep you occupy for the whole day enjoying and savouring the views with a chill beer.
But you want to stretch out your legs or planning to stay there for long period, there are a couple of activities to keep you occupied. Rise at dawn for sunrise over the Himalayas, then, mountain bike or hike to nearby villages such as the Vajrayogini temple in Sankhu, a two-hour downhill walk away.
Other activities include to unwind oneself:
..visit to nearby tamang villages
..meditation and yoga
..or simply dwell upon the himalayas
If you've got a half day in Nagarkot try walking to the Kathmandu Valley's most ancient temple. It's a 13km hike throught fantastic scenery and little villages. The small medieval town built round the temple is fascinating.
- Hiking and Walking
My Vally is still Green-III
The Nature's gift is so abundant here that you dont require anytghing! Just watch it closely. I am missing Nagarkot.
Travelling through the valley brings you in contact with the local population.
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