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Trekking and Hiking in Nepal


Nepal provides the simplest mountain viewing options in the world. Places like Nagarkot and Dhulikhel offers scenic and panoramic views of Himalayas. The day you fly in to Nepal the inescapable view of snowy peaks will inevitably invoke happiness in you. The ways to experience it one can take Mountain flights or a gruelling trek to Everest or Annapurnas. The mountain range fall on the northern part of the country forming the border between Nepal and Tibet. 

Whether you've got just one day or several weeks, Nepal offers the simplest mountain viewing options within the world. Take a visit to Nagakot or Dhulikhel from where there are panoramic views of the Himalayas. Whether it's a Mountain flight or a gruelling trek to the Everest or Annapurnas; from the time you're flying in, you'll be blessed gorgeous views of snowy peaks. 
The Himalayas is the northern border between Nepal and Tibet. Kathmandu is approximately 65 km far from the border so it's possible to urge many glorious views of the greater Himalayan range within a brief driving distance from your hotel in Kathmandu. 

From Kathmandu a brief drive to Nagarkot will take you to the rim of the Kathmandu Valley, with an outsized number of hotels to settle on from and you'll stay overnight to observe the colorful sunrise and sunset. Take a walk round the nearby hills for better views. This visit are often combined with a brief tour of Bhaktapur and rehearse a city that resembles a city from medieval times with its brick houses, narrow brick roads and ancient temples. Take a drive afterwards to Hattiban which is further to the south allowing amazing views because the horizon extends to the Annapurna massif to the west and Jugal range to the east.
Trekking and Hiking in Nepal Trekking and Hiking in Nepal Reviewed by Top Mountains in the world on June 15, 2020 Rating: 5

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