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Nagarkot and Changu Narayan Hiking Tour from Kathmandu
"This hiking trip starts around 7am as your private vehicle leaves Kathmandu and drives to Nagarkot Hill to watch one of the finest dawns over the strong Himalayas. On a crisp morning you can see the scopes of Gosainkunda Ganesh Himal Mt. Manaslu and the Annapurna Mountains. The sun's beams first start to illuminate the sky turning the snowcapped tops from dark to pink before the rising sun turns the snow a most splendid white. The scene is totally amazing. After appreciate a healthy lunch around 11am at one of the fine eateries at Nagarkot (included in cost of this trip). Around 12pm your guide will lead you on the trail toward Changu Narayan. This trail goes through Brahmin and Tamang towns. Watch the general population as they homestead the terraced ranches that hold tight the sides of the slope sitting above the Kathmandu Valley.
From $90.00
 
Private Kathmandu Full-Day Tour including Pashupatinath Temple and Swyambhunath Stupa
"You will be picked up from your hotel at 10am and begin your tour from Kathmandu Durbar Square. This area houses the royal palace of the former Kathmandu Kingdom and represents the finest examples of Hindu and Buddhist architecture. Kathmandu Durbar Squa the square surrounds quadrangles revealing courtyards and temples. It is known as Hanuman Dhoka Durbar Square a name derived from a statue of Hanuman the monkey devotee of Lord Ram at the entrance of the palace.Next proceed on 45-minute drive to the 2-tiered golden roof and silver doors temple of Lord Shiva - Pasupatinath. This structure is famous as a superb example of Newari architecture
From $120.00
 
Kathmandu City Tour
"Kathmandu City Tour starts at around 10 am in the morning after your breakfast at the hotel. A friendly and qualified guide will escort you to the UNESCO listed sites to make your trip a memorable one. The tour begins with a wonderful walk around Kathman an architectural masterpiece that dates back to 12th 14th to 18th century. Taleju temple with other pagoda temples Hanuman Dhoka courtyards idol of Kal Bhairav Kasthamandap
From $100.00

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Goisankunda trek

This is a great trip to do before or after the Langtang trek or you can also combine it with a trip over the pass to join the Helambu trek. Goisankund lake is sacred to both Hindus and Buddhists (the...
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Hiking a peak

When you are in Kyanjin Gompa you really should make the effort to climb when of the many peaks that are around. The easiest peak is Kyanjin Ri at 4773m with beautiful views of the glaciers and...
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Hiking up the valley

If you get the chance to hike up the Langtang Valley to Kyanjin Gompa, and even beyond, it should not be missed. It is a beautiful 6/7day walk, either starting in Syabrubensi or Dhunche. I think the...
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Follow the road beyond Langtang

If you are of the curious kind, proceed along the road to the lead mine at the foot of Pabil mountian in the Ganesh Himal. You may be able to hitch-hike here by a truck going to the mine, or you can...
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Alpine flora

I guess this is a gentian, but I will leave this toi the experts. Once in a while, not only when there's a steep uphill, check the ground foir beutiful alpine flowers. They hug the ground, most of...
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Himalayan Mousehare

This little ... mouse-hare! looks just like its name and is a trustful companion in the high alpine country. It is bigger than a mouse, more like a rat, but very cute. If you are still and apparently...
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View from the high ridge above Laurebina Yak

Up from Laurebina Yak and the resting houses the uphill levels out, the ridge gets rather narrow (not at all scary) and there is a new chorten made right there. It's a concrete structure, not very...
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Langtang Himal

Up at Laurebina Yak (as well as higher up on the ridge) there is a very good view toward 7200 m Langtang Lirung. Bring binoculars and study how the snow and ice clings to its steep faces.At Laurebina...
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The view west - the Annapurnas

From the ridges above Singh Gomba, Laurebina Yak and thereabouts you may have a good view of the mountain spurs of the Himalayan massifs of Ganesh, Manaslu and in the far distance the peaks of the...
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The Trishuli Valley forest

The Trishuli Khola runs from Gosainkunda lake and together with the tributaries Langtang khola and Bhote khosi from this same area Trishuli forms the long river that ends (in the name) at Mugling...
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The view north-west - Ganesh Himal

You feel they are so close you can touch them - the Ganesh Himal's outcropping and spurs across the Langtang khola/ Bhote kosi canyon below Syabrubesi.There are many single peaks in the Ganesh Himal...
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The view north - Tibet and Kyriong

Look north from the little ridge above Sing Gomba or higher up toward Gosainkunda to see across and catch more than just a glimpse of Tibet. You can see the little plain where the settlement of...
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