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Nagarkot Guided Day Trek from Kathmandu
"The day trip begins with a scenic drive from Tridevi Marga Thamel to Sankhu (the trekking starting point). Sankhu Village is a famous pilgrimage site in the Kathmandu Valley. In the village there is the Temple for Bajrajogini the Tantric Goddess which was built around the 17th century. Religiously it became famous since the 4th century for Hindus and Buddhist devotees.Commence the trek through a beautiful agricultural terrace typical villages
From $110.00
 
White Water Rafting on Trisuli River from Kathmandu
"White Water rafting is a popular water adventure sport in Nepal All major rivers created from the Himalayas and running down the mountains offers tremendous exciting experience of white Water rafting. A river journey is one of the most enjoyable and effective ways to experience the life of rural areas & spectacul Thamel at 7:30 Am scenic drive to rafting put in point charaudi .It provides plenty of white water excitement spectacular scenery of nature landscapetypical villages life styles of local communities and cultivated landscape
From $95.00
 
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

More Things to Do in Simikot

Limi Valley

The Limi Valley is considered one of the most remote and remarkable valleys in the Nepal Himalaya. It is definitely a most beautiful valley if you appreciate Tibetan landscapes, dry and desert like...
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Apr 04, 2011

Short hike to Simkot Lagna

From Simkot there is a nice, short acclimatization hike up to Simkot Lagna (pass) at 3270 meters just to the northwest of town. From Simkot Lagna you can catch a glimpse toward the upper parts of...
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Apr 22, 2008

The Limi Valley trek

You can trek to Limi with a trekking company, and it takes a minimum 14 days sound hiking, acommodating for acclimatization. The trek involves following the Kailash trail to the Tibet border, turn...
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Feb 16, 2007

Hot springs in Kermi

Lonely Planet argues you should just pass Kermi village because there is nothing to see or do. Ha! OK, I will keep those hot springs to myself!!!!Just above the village is a steaming creek and a...
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Jan 03, 2007

Shiva Mandir

At the southeastern edge of the Simkot ledge - literally on the edge of town, there is a small temple dedicated to Shiva. It is not a big or fancy site as such, but a very pleasant goal for an...
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Jun 06, 2006

Have a solar shower!

You will get cold and dirty and longing for a hot bath when rummaging around the geography of Humla. There are a few hot springs around, but nothing that beats the arrival back in Simkot and finding...
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May 20, 2006
 
 
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Villages around Simkot

There are several facinating villages located around Simkot. Several worth visiting are just an hour or two outside Sinmkot to the north and northwest toward the village cluster of Bargaon, others are...
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Nov 06, 2005

Humla architecture

The housing style in Humla is unique. Most people live in Trans-Himalayan style stone huts plastered with mud. The houses are terraced or multi-story, depending on the slope of the terrain. One...
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Nov 06, 2005
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