Nagarkot is located about 30km east of Kathmandu and is considered one of the most scenic spots inBhaktapur district. It is renowned for its sunrise and sunset views of the Himalaya range, including Mount Everest, the highest mountain in the world as well as Manaslu, Langtang, and Annapurna ranges. Nagarkot also offers a panoramic view of the Kathmandu Valley.
Dhulikhel is a small city of about 15,000 population, which hosts ethnic groups including Newars, Brahmin, Chhettri, Tamang and Dalit. The diversity of population is in part thanks to the fact that Dhulikhel has for many centuries been an important trading center on the ancient commercial route linking Nepal to Tibet.
Kathmandu has a square, which is not just another UNESCO World Heritage Site but steeped in history as well as a budding center, although refurbished and somehow repurposed, in the modern day Kathmandu. Its name, Kasthamandap (wooden house”), is the origin of the name Kathmandu. This is Kathmandu Durbar Square, which has been constructed and in active use since 1000 AD.
We offer helicopter tours over the scenic parts of Langtang. Helicopter starts off from Tribhuwan International Airport in Kathmandu and lands at GhoreTabela, where a visitor begins trekking towards along villages of the region. On the second day, a visitor continues trekking to Kyanjin through yak pastures and Sherpa villages. There is also a cheese factory, a major tourist attraction in this area, in KyanjinGompa. Eventually on the third day, a visitor flies back to Kathmandu from Kyanjin. Kyanjin is famous for its many temples with magnificent woodcarvings, and is a short distance from Dhulikhel.
There are two magnificent Durbar Squares, one in Kathmandu and one in Patan. There is a third one, located inside the Bhaktapur city, which is at once as nice as the other two but also the biggest of the three. Due to its size, it is popular enough to attract masses of tourists who have to travel 2 hours by public bus or rent a private car from Kathmandu. This Durbar Square, in difference from others, is home to many ordinary people who live, work and stay there throughout the day. Here is also where visitors can intermingle with locals, taste local food stuffs, and just enjoy all the historic monuments, passages and little shops and merchandizes presented.