Kakani is another good location near Kathmandu for viewing the mountain scenery. From this location one can see the mountain landscape of the central and western Nepal, a vast collection of majestic peaks stretching from Ganesh Himal to the peaks of the Annapurna and Dhaulagiri ranges. Kakani is unique in the sense that there is an unusually perfect blending of the imposing mountain scenery with the more sylvan environment of the lower valley.Kakani Shivapuri trekking in Nepal is a very short and pleasant trip as part of around Kathmandu valley trek suitable for busy professionals who do not have sufficient time for a long trekking. Kakani Shivapuri treks which can be completed within a short period of time is undertaken mostly within Nepal’s youngest Shivapuri National Park. During the Kakani Shivapuri trek, the visitor can observe beautiful landscape and great views of over 30 snowy peaks. Additionally, trekking around Kathmandu valley with Kakani Shivapuri trekking itinerary offers other attractions of wilderness, great views of Kathmandu, river valley, small villages and agriculture fields.The narrow mountain paths take you through dense forests and quaint villages. And in the background the magnificent presence of the Himalayan peaks are always there, providing its magnificent panoramic mountains scenery with more than thirty mountains over 6000 meters (19,680ft).and to Kakani.
Kathmandu Dhulikhel Tour is a short and popular tour packages around of Kathmandu valley, lies 32 kms east of Kathmandu.Dhulikhel has for many centuries been an important trading centre on the ancient commercial route linking Nepal to Tibet. Since time immemorial, people of Nepal travel to Tibet to bring home salt and gold.it is at 1550m, is a popular, interesting small town to view the Himalayan. There are some beautiful old buildings in this town. The main place to view the mountains is the parade ground on the ridge a little east of the center of town.Historically, Dhulikhel is a Newar settlement. The Newars are an ethnic group of Nepal who inhabit the Kathmandu Valley. They are renowned for their outstanding craftsmanship and woodcarving which is evident in all the traditional homes around the old town and is also replicated in our Mountain Resort. Newars are also perhaps the oldest and most traditional of Nepal’s ethnic groups and have a culture strongly based on religion, celebrated with a calendar of festivals that would even put New Orleans to shame.Aside from the breathtaking panoramic views of the Himalaya stretching from Langtang to Everest and beyond, there are plenty of interesting sites to see in the town. Take a short drive from the Resort and delve into the heart of the old town where you can loose yourself to time in the tangle of cobbled laneways, discover ancient houses with sagging wooden frame works, intricate carvings, hidden temples and thriving market squares.
Kathmandu valley tour is a relaxing and unique way to start your Nepal trip. You’ll explore the energetic and atmospheric city of Kathmandu and its spectacular Swayambunath and Pashupatinath temple complexes as well as Bhaktapur and Patan, the picturesque medieval villages outside the colorful capital. The Kathmandu valley (1300m) is surrounded by row of green mountain walls above which tower mighty snow-capped peaks. This tour might be one of the best trips to have a full picturesque view of the valley.The Buddhist stupa of Swoyambhunath is situated on the top of a hill west of the city. Swoyambhunath literally means self originated god. This 2000 years old Stupa, is one of the most sacred Buddhist religious sites in Nepal.Not only is Pashupatinath the most important Hindu temple in Nepal. It’s one of the most important Shiva temples on the subcontinent and draws numerous devotees from all over India each year. The temple is dedicated to lord Shiva who is the destroyer and creator of the Hindu pantheon and appears in many forms.On the eastern side of Kathmandu, just north of the Airport stands a huge Stupa of Boudhnath, the largest Stupa in Nepal and one of the biggest in the world. It is a popular religious hub of considerable population of Tibetans. Many of these Tibetans are refugees who fled their country following the unsuccessful uprising against the Chinese invaders in 1959. There does not seem to be any agreement on how old the site is, but it is likely that the first stupa was built some time after 600 AD after the Tibetan King Songtsen Gompo, was converted to Buddhism by his two wives. located in somewhat spooky location in the cleft between two hills and at the confluence of two rivers stand the temple of Dakshinkali; the temple is dedicated to Kali Shiva’s consort in her most bloodthirsty incarnation, the temple is quite famous for animal sacrifice, twice a week i.e. on Tuesday and Saturday the faithful Hindu people come here to satisfy her blood lus. Temple of Ganesh stands on the riverbank. The triple roofed temple dates 1602 although there was probably a temple here even earlier. On the temple’s Platform there is an image of Shiva and Parvati etc.
In Sanskrit, the name, derived from the world ‘Durjay Ling’, means ‘Siva of invincible prowess, who rules the Himalayas’. The official name of the town is Darjeeling. The perennially snow-capped mountains, lush green tropical and temperate forests, gurgling streams and the rich flora and fauna – a true Shangrila or “Nye-mae-el” which simply means ‘heaven’. Situated in North East India, just south of Sikkim, Darjeeling provides the perfect ambiance of a hill resort with it’s mild climate and laid back charm. Its verdant hills and valleys are steeped in colour, and are interspersed with vast streatches of rolling green tea gardens. Presiding over all this is Mt. Kangchenjunga, the third highest mountain on Earth, looming over the northern horizon, giving a magical aura to the land that leaves one’s senses intoxicated.
Daman is a small village located at the makawanpur district from 80kms south-west of the capital city Kathmandu of Nepal . Daman is a small village located at the makawanpur district from 80kms south-west of the capital city Kathmandu of Nepal. It is 2,322 meters above the sea level and lies on Tribhuwan Highway in between Kathmandu and the town to Birgunj. This place is famous for the panoramic view of the snowy mountains, the major peaks, that can be clearly seen from here are Mt. Everest (8848m), Annapurna III (7555m), Phurbi Chyachu (6637m), Choba Bhamre (6016m), Gaurishankar (7134m) etc. Daman, particularly popular among mountain bikers and hikers and tourists preferring single night outings, is a popular hill station nearby Kathmandu. The months of spring (March – May) are boon to this place; different species of rhododendron and other exotic flowers engulfing its surroundings. Panoramic mountain views, local lifestyle and culture, wild orchids, exotic flowers, Buddhist monastery, Indra Sarobar- only man made lake of Nepal, etc. are other major attraction of the area.
Nepal is not only famous for trekking and climbing in the high mountains but is also place for the honey hunting.From thousands of years ago, indigenous people Gurung of these reasons are accustomed on cliff honey hunting. No doubt, our heart tremble on viewing the unbelievable scene of honey hunting run at the cliff of height 200 meters only on the support of home made traditional ladder made up of Niyalo and rope of Choyo. October\ November and may\ June are two probable periods of honey hunting in a year. Honey hunting occurs in very critical natural topography which is generally isolated from human habitation. We have to be well equipped with all food & tents or campaign management including guides, porters & sometimes we have to take help from villagers.Autumn season’s hunting is done in the low altitude belt. They are nearer from the base. So journey of this seasons’ are short generally of 4-5 days long. But high altitude hunting being far from the base are of 5-9 days long.
BASIC ROUTINE FOR THE JOURNEY
Day 1 : Drive from Kathmandu, to khudi lamjung by bus
Day 2 : 4-5 hour’s trek to honey hunting village sites.
Day 3 : Adventurous program at the heart thrilling cliff
Day 4 : Farewell program by villagers & Return back Khudi.
Day 5 : Drive from khudi lamjung to Ktm/Pokhara/Chitwan National Park.which one you like .
Nepal also has an abundance of rivers most of which originate in the Himalaya while some flow down from Tibet. They all flow on to India, many of them joining the holy Ganges. High amid the mountains there are glacial lakes and spectacular valleys where few people venture. Recent physiographic data show that around 4.27 million hectares (29 % of total land area) is made up of forests, 1.56 million hectares (10.6%) of scrubland and degraded forest, 1.7 million hectares (12%) of grassland, 3.0 million hectares (21%) of farmland and 1.0 million hectares (7%) of un-cultivated land.
Climatic conditions within Nepal vary from one place to another in accordance with the geographical features. In the north, summers are cool and winters severe, while in the south summers are sub-tropical and winters mild. The monsoon that brings rain from June through September affects most of the country except those that lie in the rain-shadow areas like Mustang which is within Nepal but a part of the Tibetan plateau. Large tracts of forested land have been preserved as national parks and wildlife reserves where endangered species like the Royal Bengal tiger and the Greater one-horned rhinoceros roam freely along with an amazing variety of mammals and reptiles that include bear, leopards, hyenas, wild boar, wild elephants, monitor lizards, crocodiles, pythons, turtles and various species of insects and birds. Nepal is home to almost 10 percent of the world’s bird species among which 500 species are found in the Kathmandu valley alone.
The most abundant natural resource in Nepal is water. Much of the rivers have been harnessed for hydro-power but they also play a crucial role in tourism as most of them are suitable for adventure sports like kayaking and rafting etc.
Some of the main ethnic groups are: Gurungs and Magars who live mainly in the western region; Rais, Limbus and Sunwars who live in the eastern middle hills; Sherpas, Manangbas and Lopas who live near the mountains of Everest, Annapurna and Mustang respectively; Newars who live in and around the Kathmandu valley; Tharus, Yadavas, Satar, Rajvanshis and Dhimals who live in the Tarai region; and Brahmins, Chhetris and Thakuris generally spread over all parts of the country.Nepali is the official language of the state, spoken and understood by almost all the people of Nepal. English is spoken by many in government and business offices. It is the mode of education in most private schools of Kathmandu and some other cities
Nepal is naturally, most beautiful and attractive Himalayan kingdom. Also we are richest country in the factors of ancient history, old durbar squares, temples and monasteries, ethnicity of people, blended culture and unique types of geographical situation.Our plan is volunteer people would be able to utilize their extra times to travel around the country with some specific purpose so that after completing their jobs, when back from Nepal, they could be able to share their new feelings and experience with family, friend and colleagues.We have plenty of holidays to choice to travel inside Nepal and internationally. Normally our activities are day trip around the Kathmandu valley, a week to two or three weeks trip are outside the Kathmandu and far a way from any city hubs. We operate tour, trekking, climbing, wildlife safari, rafting, mountain flight, family holidays, group holidays, escorted tour, guided tour, adult vacation, student vacation tips, woman travel tips, luxurious holidays, cheap hotel deal etc……
Visitors often travel to Nagarkot from Kathmandu to spend the night so that they can be there for the breathtaking sunrise. Nagarkot has become famous as one of the best spots to view Mount Everest as well as other snow-topped peaks of the Himalayan range of eastern Nepal. It also offers an excellent view of the Indrawati river valley to the east. With an elevation of 2,195 meters, Nagarkot also offers a panoramic view of the Valley and is described by visitors as a place whose beauty endures year round.Many visitors prefer to visit Nagarkot in the spring when surrounding valleys break out in a rich kaleidoscope of different coloured flowers. The flowers are beautiful against the serene backdrop of the snow-covered mountains. Ever popular among the tourists are the short treks and picnics which Nagarkot offers. Treks from Nagarkot are unique and delightful. For anyone who wants to have an adventure without exerting much efforts, a hike to Nagarkot’s surrounding areas would be a good option.