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Nepal, a country abundantly bestowed with diverse nature and natural resources, a hike is what every nature lover would want to witness the nature's wonder in its most pristine state. Not only the nature here excites the trekkers worldwide, the unique and antique art, custom, tradition and lifestyle are also the added point of attractions.
Day Hiking Tour is one of the optimum ways to explore nearby hillsides of Kathmandu Valley such as Phulchowki, Nagarjun, Namo Buddha, Nagarkot, Champa Devi and so on. Anyone can participate in this day hiking regardless of their age or physical fitness. Day Hiking suits the tourists under time constraints who want to embrace the greenery of hills, Himalayan sceneries, village lifestyles, wildlife and much more.
Plan Nepal Trek & Expedition (P.) Ltd, a recognized trekking agency, helps you arranging a day hike to some of the popular destinations and guides you during the hike through the experienced hands of guides and support staffs.
Champa Devi, at an altitude of 2285 meters, is a pilgrimage site situated in the south-west of Kathmandu. This pilgrimage site has a Buddhist Stupa and a Hindu shrine, mostly visited by the pilgrims on full moon day.
The hike begins early in the morning from Kathmandu to the 16 kilometers south- Pharping and the temple is on the way to Dakshinkali Temple. The trail heads north along the pine forested ridge about half an hour, then the trail makes round bound towards south and takes another 3 hours walk to reach Champa Devi. The journey offers wonderful views of central and western Himalayan..
Phulchowki, named after one of the famous Hindu goddess, is the highest hill of Kathmandu Valley at an elevation of 2782 meters. It presents one of the best viewpoints for witnessing some of the highest peaks, diverse species of birds and various other floras and faunas.
The hike initiates with a 14 kilometers drive from Kathmandu to Godawari to get to the Royal Botanical Garden. From here you start to hike gradually uphill along the rugged motor-able road through sub-tropical thick forest about four hours. After making a few detours here and there, you come down following the same trail to..
Namobuddha Hike, at an elevation of 1750 meters, is an important Buddhist pilgrimage site situated about 38 kilometers east of Kathmandu. It is a magnificent hill top surrounded by ethnic Tamang settlements. There is an interesting tale related to the history of Monastery, how a young prince sacrificed himself to feed a hungry tigress and her cubs. This legendary episode is depicted in a very nice stone slab right next to the holy Stupa.
The hike to Namobuddha begins with a drive from Kathmandu for about one an half hours to the place called Dhapasi, which is 35 kilometers east of Kathmandu..
Shivapuri, renowned for watershed and wildlife, is the second highest hills that surrounds the Kathmandu Valley at an elevation of 2563 meters. The trekking area is partially under the parameters of Shivapuri National Park which is the newest national park in Nepal. It is situated at an elevation of 2563 meters to the north of Kathmandu where lies the famous 'Bagdwar', the origin of the holy river Bagmati.
The hike starts with a 30 minutes drive from Kathmandu to Muhan Pokhari where we reach the entrance gate of Shivapuri watershed and wildlife area. After finishing the necessary formalitie..
Kakani, at an elevation of 2073 meters, is located approximately 30 kilometers to the north of Kathmandu and it is the village surrounded by the amazing views of Mt. Annapurna, Ganesh Himal and Mt. Dhaulagiri. The hike to Kakani to Bhanjyang is an interesting journey through oak, rhododendron and pine forest.
The hike commences with an hour drive from Kathmandu to Kakani. The trail, from here, leads to the east along graveled drivable road. The entire trail is on a same level path. You hike about three hours to Bhanjyang, which does include a 20 minute steep ascent before reaching the final..
Nagarkot, one of the most beautiful hill station largely famous for majestic sunrise/ sunset views, also presents us panoramic views of the Himalayas ranging from Dhaulagiri to Kanchanjunga. The village of Nagarkot, on the edge of the valley, offers splendid views of the Kathmandu Valley as well.
The hike to Nagarkot initiates with an hour drive from Kathmandu to Sankhu and then we walk to Nagarkot which takes about three and half hours. On the way, you can relish the fascinating views of Sankhu and Bhaktapur where you encounter with Changunarayan Temple. The temple carries a great historic..