Nagarkot (2136 meters) tours:
Departure time from your hotel at 14.30 pm and return to hotel 19.30 pm after the sunset. Or, departure from your hotel in the morning 05 am to see sunrise and return to your hotel 08 am in the morning, same day. Nagarkot offers the panoramic views except that you are placed a little higher and, may be, the view of
the mountains is still better. Nagarkot lies also beyond Bhaktapur, at about 35 km. from Kathmandu. It takes approximately one hour drive to reach this mountains top where several beautiful hotels were built in recent years. It is also called windy hill. Tremendous sun-set and sun-rise from hill top. Mountains and Kathmandu valley scenery are the another imagination to remember of Nepal's sojourn.
Dhulikhel view point, 1625 m: Pick up from your Kathmandu valley hotel.T
his is one of the most spectacular spots to watch the glorious play of colours. Located 30km east of
Kathmandu. This is small township is in easy reach of the capital, not even one hour drive! Along the Chinese road, the route crosses the Sanga Pass one of the gates leading outside the valley and continues winding through paddy- fields towards Banepa before climbing up to Dhulikhel, a very rewarding and picturesque road at any time of the year.
Usually, tourist cars by pass Dhulikhel proper and drive directly to the grassy platform from where the whole range of he central and eastern Himalayas is in full view when the weather is clear. In the fore ground a beautiful display of hills and scattered farmhouses dominated the deep valley of the Indrawaty River. Several tourist standard accommodations are available all year round too.
Kakani (2063m): Pick up by a car or by bus from your hotel depend on group size.
Kakani lies North-West of Kathmandu, at about 30 km from the city. This place is also renowned for its
magnificent panorama over the central and Western ranges of Himalayas. Another attraction point at Kakani is a hundred years old summer villa the only one existing anywhere around Kathmandu – which is the property of the British Embassy. It was built initially by a wealthy member of ne Nepali aristocracy and later donated to the then called British Resident. After a half day trip we will drop you at your hotel.