32 km from Kathmandu. Formerly the location of Nagorkot. It is the most natural place in Bhaktapur. From where the glorious sunrise of the Himalayas can be seen. Tourists go from Kathmandu to Nagarkot to spend the night to watch the sunrise. Especially in spring, visitors go to Nagarkot. At this time different kinds of flowers are celebrated. The highest peak in the Himalayas is called Panroma. Some other peaks of the Himalayas like Manaslu, Ganesh Himel, Langan, Choba Bhamri Gaurishankar can be clearly seen from Nagarkot.
The feature of Nagarkot village is that it is located in the highest place in the world. People living in other villages of the world where they see the sky from the field. There the residents of Nagarkot looked down and saw the sky. It’s like feeling the infinite beauty of heaven. Apart from Everest, several peaks can be seen from here. Langtang, Manaslu, and Gaurishankar are among them.
As you can see, very narrow waterfalls have come down from the hills in different places. Chickens and piglets roam in the yard. Dried corn and potato Bokhara (pitch). Children with red apple-like cheeks and narrow slit eyes. An old woman in a traditional Tibetan dress reciting a mantra with a rosary in her hand at the door of the house. The sunset of Nagarkot is like cutting a scar in everyone’s mind. If there is an altostas cloud in the sky at sunset, then there is no point. The golden color of the iceberg and the play of the colors of the sky all combine to form a form that will never be forgotten.
When to visit
The best time to visit Nagarkot is from April to September. The temperature at this time never drops below 10-15 degrees. Again it does not rise more than 23 degrees. However, the December-February period is very bad. The temperature drops to 3 degrees. The heat never rises above 14 degrees. The Himalayan girl, covered with a sheet of fog, was in a long hibernation.
The entry fee for entry into Nagarkot is 200 Nepali rupees per person. This is only for SAARC countries. 100 Nepali Rupees for Nepalis. And for the citizens of all other countries, they have to pay 1200 Nepali rupees per person.
How to get there
It takes one and a half to two hours by car from Kathmandu to Nagarkot. Departing from Kathmandu, crossing the Ring Road, crossing the Talkot, a narrow winding road begins at the foot of the hill. Mountains on one side, valleys on the other. The road faces the sky and rises 2000 meters.
Pashmina, woodwork, stone bangles, necklaces, earrings, yak bone accessories, statues of Gautam Buddha in various sizes, postures of various styles, Nepali cookery are all here.
Where to stay
There are some good quality hotels in Nagarkot. Not to mention the club Himalayan. The Himalayas can be seen from almost all their rooms. It also has its own observatory. The cost is a little high. There are also medium quality hotels and private guest houses. However, the water problem is obvious. Larger hotels have their own water transport and extraction facilities.
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