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Situated on a western hill overlooking the snow-clad peaks belonging to the Great Himalayan Ranges, Gorkha was the former capital of the un-united west Nepal before or till the 17th century. It houses two attractive Hindu temples of Lord Gorakhnath and Goddess Kali. It is the birth-place of late King Prithbi Narayan Shah-the sole Propounder of Modern Nepal. It is to be well acknowledged that late King Prithbi Narayan Shah was the last monarch of Gorkha and the first monarch of new Nepal. An optional tour to Mankamana consuming in fact a trek of 4 hours is suggestive because it turns out to be very interesting and enjoyable. The world famous Gorkha mercenaries hail from this district pertaining to Gandaki Zone of Mid-Western Development Region.
This is a religious city in south Nepal famous as the birth-place of Sita who is the divine consort of Lord Ram Chandra and the unanimous heroine of the great Hindu epic "Ramayan." A marble temple popularly known as Noulakh Mandir is dedicated to Sita (sometimes Janaki). In ancient days Janakpur was ruled by late King Janak. Being the daughter of Janak, She has eventually come to be called Janaki-a feminine gender usage of the oriental term. Religious festivals, pilgrimages, comely fairs and other merry festivities are held here especially during two great occasions which include Bibaha Panchami and Ram Nabami. Janakpur is linked with Kathmandu by air plus road. A 45 kilometer railway brings you to Janakpur from Jaynagar, another town of Indian nature in the scorching plains of the Terai. This is the only train route existing in all the kingdom of Nepal. You are most welcome to join our above tours by our own vehicle & well experienced city guide. Above tours can be arranged for half day up to 7 days. We will surely make your trip memorable.
Muktinath is situated in north central Nepal on the northern area of the Annapurna Circuit trekking trail. The temple is situated on high mountains. Muktinath is being held as sacred temple by both Hindus and Buddhist. The main Shrine is a pagoda shaped temple dedicated to lord Vishnu.There are two ways to get to Muktinath: one is to take a flight from Pokhara to Jomsom and then to hike couple of hours to temple or to trek all the way from Pokhara.
Gosainkunda Lake, which is situated at an altitude of 4380 MTR, is believed to have been created by lord Shiva, when he thrust his trident into a mountain to draw water so that he could cool his burning throat after swallowing poison. This is one of the most famous pilgrimage destinations of Nepal. The best approach to Gosainkunda is through Dhunchhe- gateway to Langtang trek, which is 118 KM north east of Kathmandu with motor able road. Surrounded by high mountains on the north and south, the lake is grand and picturesque. There are other nine famous lakes such as Nag Daha, Surya Kunda, Saraswoti Kunda, Bhairab Kunda, and Ganesh Kunda etc. Devotees gather here in hordes on the full moon day of August to take holy dips in the water.
For those seeking the ultimate pan-Himalayan view, Daman is the place to view Himalayas, which is Located 80 km southwest of the Katmandu Valley. Daman (2,400 m) offers the only unimpeded view of the entire Himalayan range. Daman is located on the Tribhuvan Highway in between Kathmandu and the town of Birjung. There is a view tower fitted with long-range telescopes. Daman can be reached in four hours from Katmandu.
Nagarkot situated an elevation of 2175 m, 32 km east of Kathmandu. Nagarkot is a widely enjoyed hill resort. It has been a weekend spot for mountain viewers in quiet and comfort. The sunrise viewed from this hill present you the ever-refreshing memory of the majestic panoramic view of the Himalayan ranges from Dhaulagiri in the west and Mt. Everest in the east.
This ancient town is situated 30 km east of Katmandu on the side of the Arniko Rajmarga (Kathmandu-Kodari Highway). The Newar town of Dhulikhel offers a traditional atmosphere along with spectacular views. Once an important link in the ancient trade route to Tibet, Dhulikhel has a glorious past, which can be witnessed in the lovely buildings, and intricate woodcarvings, which can be found in the shop-lined streets and temples.
It is situated on a hill above Panauti. It requires an easy drive or good walk to get there. There is an amazing legend related to the Buddha, which is commemorated, by an ancient stone slab and a stupa with the all-seeing eyes of Lord Buddha. It is good place for meditation.