Chisapani Nagarkot hiking follows the edge of the Kathmandu valley is an awe inspiring trail which winds around the beautifully settled villages, remote views of snow capped Himalayas, extravagant valleys and very warm and friendly group of people from different ethnic groups. Trekking in this trial is best for trekkers who have children, family members, friends along with them who want to have outdoor camping but there’s time restriction.Our trip starts with a short drive to Sundarijal and from here we slowly start uphill hike to Mulkharka (1,768m). The following day we continue our trip along the edge of the Kathmandu valley, and then get to Chisapani (2,194m) from where you can get the heart stopping view of sunrise and sunset in the mountain panorama.
Nagarkot the “nature lover’s paradise” is a extravagent place from where you can witness the loom of Himalayas which include Mt. Everest, Mt. Ganesh, Mt. Gaurishankar, Mt. Dorje Lakpa, Langtang Himalayan range, Rolwaling Himalayan range which gives you goose bumps out of excitement. The next morning our guide will take you to Nagarkot View point tower from where you can see sun rising dramatically behind the mountains in the east and in the west we can see distant view of Kathmandu valley
Trek to Chichapani After breakfast you drive about 45 minutes north east of Kathmandu and start out trek. walk up through the forest, after crossing the big pound of water ( this is a big water pound from where the drinking water supply for Kathmandu After you cross the jungle, you do stop for lunch and after lunch you walk more or less 3 hours to reach Chichapani Village overnight at the Guest house(2200m)Day 02: Trek from Chisapani to Nagarkot 6.5 hour Trek (2175m)
Trek to Nagarkot you will start Trek crossing the small village you will walk through out the hill without anything, beautiful view of the valley on the northern side of the trail. Long walk about 3 hours. After lunch you walk up hill throughout the village, reach Nagarkot. Over night at the Guest House. (2175m)Day 03: Trek from Nagarkot to Dhukhel (1550m)
Trek to Dhulikhel you will start Trek about 50 minutes walk up throughout the bush you rich to the Nagarkot tower. From here you will walk the other side of the forest down to Nala village which is about three and half hour down trail walk. While you rich Nala, you have to walk about two and half hours from the road to reach Dhulikhel, there is no foot path, you will walk on the road to Reach Dhulikhel overnight at the Guest house (1550m).Day 04: Drive from Dhukhel to Kathmandu (1350m)
you will start trek, cross the Dhulikhel Banepa on the rise there is Temple of Goddess Kali on the top of the rise from where you will have an enormous view of the mountain as well as the different valley around you. Easy walk up to Namobuddha. This is a small Buddhist Monastery. You will stop for lunch, about one and half hours easy walk you will reach one of the oldest Neweri classic village called Panauti, get interesting to walk around the village and you will back to Kathmandu.
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I was short on time for my stay in Nepal, so I did a four-day trek around the Kathmandu Valley. My guide Kumar khadka and I trekked to Chisapani, then to Nargakot and finally on to Dhulikhel before returning to Kathmandu. The trek gave beautiful views over the valley, of farming terraces and Nepali villages and even took us into Jungle-like area. The trekking wasn't too strenuous and was a great way to start as a not-so-fit first-timer to trekking in Nepal. Not only was the scenery pretty but I met a lot of locals and learned a lot from Kumar about the local way of life. I would recommend to anyone visiting in Nepal who hasn't got a lot of time.
Average walking per day: 5 hrs
Maximum altitude: 2200m
Best Seasons: February- May, October-November
Type of Trek: Tea house
Duration: 4 days
Cost: USD 335.00