Nagarkot Trek Highlight
- Enjoy the most beautiful sunrise from the Nagarkot View Tower.
- Enjoy a distant panorama of peaks such as Ganesh Himal, Langtang, Gaurishankar, Dorje Lakpa, Jugal Himal, and many more.
- Visit more than four UNESCO world heritage sites of Nepal.
- Witness the remote village of Nepal and friendly people living in those villages
- A chance to peek into the Local Nepalese lifestyle
- A short and easy trek for the newbie and trekking while enjoying the comfort of Luxury Hike
Nagarkot Trek Overview
Nagarkot: Chisapani trek is the Kathmandu Valley’s much-celebrated trekking destination. Despite being only 27 km from the Thamel, touristic center of the capital, the Nagarkot and Chisapani village does feel out-of-the-world. chisapani Nagarkot Trek puts a unique perspective on life from the high hills covered by lush green vegetation, the defined line of wildlife, and the spectacular views around.
For anyone willing to explore the remoteness and classic beauty of Nepal in a really short time, this Chisapani Nagarkot trek is a game-changer. Walking within the peaceful jungle with the sound of a river flowing along, the Chisapani trek is already magical. And the immense beauty of Nagarkot-hill top managed to make a popular touristic destination.
Between the lush hills, there are luxurious star hotels in Nagarkot. A chance to enjoy great food, relax your mind, and immerse yourself in the beauty of Nepal. You don’t have to set a challenging walk to the base camp while such beauty appears close to your eyes.
So, the journey begins as we drive for half an hour to Sundarijal. On the way, we might stop at Bouddhanath to visit the biggest monastery in Nepal. This forest lies under Shivapuri National park and falls within the subtropical and temperate climate zones.
Is Nagarkot Worth Visiting?
While getting into the National Park, you cannot help but praise the rich flora and fauna hidden within the tropical hardwood. The National Park preserves butterflies and bird species, along with sloth bears, leopards, and monkeys. The first section of the trek to the famous watershed of Chisapani is fascinating. Chisapani is only 16.2 km north of Kathmandu.
Next, we take an equally exciting route bringing us to Nagarkot. Here, the forest is filled with oak, Rhododendron, and pine trees. There are species of mushrooms and orchids all around. The following day, we wake up to witness the memorizing Nagarkot by sunrise from the hilltop of Nagarkot.
It’s a magical moment with the series of the Himalayas in the backdrop. Then, we shall drive back to Kathmandu and visit many famous UNESCO world heritage sites within the valley. We wouldn’t miss visiting Changunarayan, Pashupatinath, and Kathmandu Dubar Square.
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Itinerary Of Nagarkot Trek
Day 1: Arrival (1400 meters)
Day 2: Trek to Chisapani
Day 3: Trek to Nagarkot
Day 4: Drive to Kathmandu and Sightseeing
Day 5: Departure
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
1. Why trek with Himalayan Masters?
Cause we serve you with only the best.
We Himalayan Masters have been known to provide very well-managed trekking packages in Nepal. Likewise, our Nagarkot trek package is also a comfort, adventure, wilderness, and luxury bend. In the trek, you will be accompanied by our experienced guide and even a porter (if needed). Instead of Nagarkot cheap hotels, we accommodate you in a luxury hotel. The foods, permits, transportation, and every other detail will be taken care of right for the airport. All you have to worry about is having fun.
2. How difficult is Nagarkot Trek?
Not at all. In fact, Nagarkot is one of Nepal’s shortest and easiest trekking routes that people can do with no prior trekking experience. Even newbie trekkers can easily accomplish this trek without any preparation.
3. How much is Nagarkot trek distance?
As per our Itinerary, you will be walking about 20kms. However, the actual distance depends on the route you take; they are all 20-25kms away.
4. What is the best season for Nagarkot Trek?
If you aim to see a clear view of Nepal’s mountains and colorful festivals, we suggest that you travel in October and November. It’s a month for festivals like Dashain, Tihar, and Loshar. From September to April, the mountains are clear in the morning. The winter in Kathmandu is not really bad, and you can easily trek in January/ December. Spring is even more beautified with the blooms of wild-flowers as Rhododendron. The June and July trek can sometimes be risky due to heavy rainfall; you must check the weather before leaving.
5. What is Nagarkot’s altitude/ elevation?
Our highest point during this trek is the hilltop of Nagarkot which lies 2175 Meters above sea level. From the hill, you can see the entire Bhaktapur below your feet.
6. Can I trek to Nagarkot solo?
Yes, absolutely. This is a very well-marked and safe route with many human settlements in the way. Trekking to Nagarkot solo is a really fun idea. We arrange Nagarkot trek package even for one person. Just book your trek here…
7. Do I need a Sleeping bag?
The choice is yours. This is not the remote trekking route of Nepal, where you will not be provided with an extra blanket. You will be staying in quite warm and comfortable hotels in Nagarkot. And you can always ask for an extra set of a blanket. Even then, if you are trekking in winter, you might carry one.
8. Is there Wi-Fi in Nagarkot trek?
Yes, obviously. You will have a connection to free Wi-Fi in all the hotels of Nagarkot and Kathmandu. This means you can trek while doing your work and connecting with the world. There is no issue of electricity and mobile network in this route.
9. How do I book the Nagarkot Trek package?
For booking your Nagarkot Trek package with Himalayan masters, you can send us an email here. Once the booking is confirmed, you need to pay 10% of your trip cost in advance.
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