Nagarkot Day Tour takes you to the renowned hill station of the country. Located in Bhaktapur district. Nagarkot village lies 32 km east of Kathmandu valley, it is around an hour drive from Kathmandu. A day in Nagarkot Tour shows the natural beauty of mountains from distance. One can enjoy beautiful ‘Sunrise’ and ‘Sunset’ view from here. While on this tour you will have an opportunity to acquaint with new culture and lifestyle of Nepalese people living in the countryside. It is a beautiful place at an elevation of around 2000m from sea level. The green hills and blossoming rhododendrons there will mesmerize you. The cool breeze of Nagarkot will make you feel free. You will enjoy the openness of the place. Out of 13 mountain ranges in the country, you will see eight ranges which are the specialty of this place. The ranges are Annapurna, Manaslu, Ganesh Himal, Langtang, Jugal, Rolwaling, Mahalangur (Everest) and Numbers. Nagarkot used to be the famous holiday destination for the kings of the country especially, Shah Kings. Due to its beauty, the site became popular among public lately. Before the unification of Modern Nepal, Nagarkot was a fort. It was situated in the strategic location from where the then kings used to monitor external affairs of other kingdoms.
After touring for a day and enjoying the scenic and panoramic view from Nagarkot we get back to Kathmandu. We will drop you at the mentioned place.
Tour Date: Any day on your request
Tour Time: 9 am to 7 pm
Departure from: Thamel
Contact: For any further queries please contact us
Cost of trip differ as per a number of travelers,
Day 01: Kathmandu city tour & Nagarkot tour
Day 01Kathmandu city tour & Nagarkot tour
If you have enough time then you can stay a night at Nagarkot aswell to enjoy the earky morning sunrise view along with breathtaking panaromic mountain view. We have design a night stay tour to Nagarkot for those who wish to stay a night and enjoy the beauty of Nagarkot more. For further details please visit https://www.regulusnepal.com/tours-in-nepal.html