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Dhulikhel Nagarkot Chagunarayan Hiking

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Dhulikhel Nagarkot Chagunarayan Hiking 3 days

2 Reviews

Kathmandu - Dhulikhel - Nagarkot - Chagunarayan - Kathmandu

1+ PAX
Leisurely Plus
Hotel/Lodge/Tea House
Nagarkot 2175 mtrs
Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner
Sep -Nov & March - May

Dhulikhel Nagarkot Chagunarayan Hiking is located 32 km northeast of Kathmandu valley. It is an interesting and popular panoramic viewpoint of Himalayas as well as real Newari town and their traditional culture. This place has known as the gateway to Tibet border Tatopani. After the Dhulikhel 1550 Mtrs. We hike to Nagarkot 2175 Mtrs passing through the village. Some trail goes through house yard then we reach popular viewpoint place Nagarkot after the sunrise view in this place again we hike to world heritage site of Chagunarayan then back to Kathmandu, crossing this places we can see many mountains such as Langtang Lirung 7227 Mtrs, Dorje Lakpa 6966 Mtrs, Gauri Shankar 7145 Mtrs, Langtang Range, Ganesh Himal Range, Manaslu Range, Annapurna Range, Mt. Manaslu and Mt. Everest tooIt is a warm-up place for a short hike to stretch their legs before start trek or Climbing.

Dhulikhel Nagarkot Chagunarayan hiking is near to Kathmandu valley. And with Mt.Everest to many mountains range to Annapurna Region as well.

Daily Itinerary

What's included?

  • International Airport Pick Up and Drop Service.
  • 2 nights hotels in Kathmandu (before trek).
  • Full day Kathmandu valley sightseeing with the tour guide and private car.
  • Sightseeing entrance fees.
  • Kathmandu to Dhulikhel by car.
  • Dhulikhel to Nala by Bus.
  • Chagu Narayan to Kathmandu by Car.
  • Drop to Hotel in Kathmandu.
  • Meals (Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner along the trek with Tea or Coffee).
  • Lodge accommodation on the way.
  • An Experience Guide and Helper (carry luggage 2 trekkers 1 helper and including their salary, equipment, insurance, lodging and food)
  • Equipment; Down Jacket, Sleeping Bags.
  • Some fresh and dry fruits during the trek.
  • Farewell lunch or dinner.

What's not included?

  • Extra night accommodation in Kathmandu.
  • Travel insurance.
  • Cold drinks such as; Coke, Mineral Water, Beer etc.
  • Personal expenses (laundry, bar bill, telephone, extra helper, battery charge shower and boiled water).
  • Tips for guide and porter.

Fixed Departures

Sorry, No fixed departure dates availabe, Please request for private trip


5 - Excellent Based on 2 Reviews

Two days Trek to Nagarkot

Two Day Trek through the Hills to Nagarkot

5/ 5

Two days Trek to Nagarkot,  After finishing up a University program in Nepal and with not much personal time to spare, a cousin of mine recommended me to link up with Chandra for a two-day trek through the hills to Nagarkot. I highly regarded to Chandra. As he and my cousin have been formed a strong friendship from all the trekking. They had undertaken together and had also proved himself a highly skilled and knowledgeable.

Two days Trek to Nagarkot was sufficient in providing the awe-striking scenic views of the Himalayan mountain range coupled with an awesome physical adventure out in nature. The choice of accommodation and food was excellent at both Chisipani and Nagarkot. With awesome rooftop views at the latter. Chandra was a great company throughout the experience which made the experience very pleasurable.

Planning to fly back end of the year and have a go at ABC. I highly recommend Chandra and his crew!!

January, 2017

Nagarkot to Dhulikhel Short Trek

Awesome Nagarkot to Dhulikhel Short Trek

5/ 5

Nagarkot to Dhulikhel Short Trek, Having been to Nepal twice over the past few years. And spent time with Chandra on both occasions, I would highly recommend him as a guide and a friend. He is a lovely bloke. Who makes sure his clients well catered for in every sense. We had a really nice short trek with Chandra in the Kathmandu Valley, walking for a few days from Nagarkot to Dhulikhel hike. He was always willing to share stories and experiences from his past as well as his views on Nepal and the wider world.

Once back in Kathmandu he was available to give us advice about what to do and where to go. As well as taking us to a restaurant for a Nepali meal! If I ever (fingers crossed) make it back to Nepal, I would definitely get in touch with him again. Thanks for all your help mate, stay in touch.