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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
 
Explore Queen Of Hills Day Tour in Darjeeling
"Get picked up from your hotel early in the morning at 4:30 am meet your expert local guide and drive to Tiger Hill. Keep your camera ready as we start early for you to catch the perfect Sunrise on Tiger Hill the highest point in the region. Capture the vastness of Mt. Everest and Mt. Kanchenjunga as the first rays of rising sun touch the snowy hills of the Eastern HImalayas. Let your guide help you understand local legend and stories of the place.Fro take a small trek uphill to visit the Sinchel temple dedicated to Hindu Goddess Durga. Located in the middle of the forest the temple has it's own charm and is often flocked with devotees. Return from the hill top and en route take a quick stop at Ghoom Monastery one of Darjeeling’s oldest Tibetan Buddhist monasteries. Visitors come to catch the glimpse of 15-foot tall statue of Buddha and the huge oil lamps that keep burning throughout the year.Proceed to visit the War memorial of Darjeeling
From $180.00
 
Nagarkot Sunrise Tour from Kathmandu
"Nagarkot historically used to serve as the summer retreat for the royal family and many other aristocrats from Kathmandu. While the town offers great views of the mountains there are few monasteries or temples. Nagarkot is the place where once Manjushree Bodhisatto stood and watched the lake in the Kathmandu Valley. Nagarkot is at the eastern periphery of the Kathmandu Valley. The hilltop called Nagarkot at more than 2000 meters above the sea level is the second highest peak in the Kathmandu Valley. After an hour long exciting and winding drive you will be above to feel the cool breeze of air blowing endlessly into your face and see the widest range of Himalayas including Mount Everest with our bare eyes from here. It is also one of the best spots to visit for unmatched sunrise and sunset views. Nagarkot is surrounded by thickly forested hills of pine trees which give you an breathtaking mountain scenery and the most impressive views of sunrise and sunset. From Nagarkot
From $75.00

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Limi Valley

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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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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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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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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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Have a solar shower!

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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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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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