In the lap of Himalayas

Tripoto
20th Dec 2018
Photo of In the lap of Himalayas by Meenakshi Singh
Day 1

Showing it's beauty from TRIPOTO website it excited me to the extent that I finally visited this place and it is actually a spell binder.
So ,our hostel was on thamel side of nepal named Mountain Backpackers,people were really nice and warm hearted all the cab and everything was provided by them .Nagarkot is at a distance of 35 km from Thamel so firstly we visited Pashupatinath temple and then Nagarkot . Sunset of Nagarkot is as famous as sunset of Darjeeling.
Situated in centarl Nepal it's a village where you can see step farming and cattles , local people and small house everywhere.It is at an elevation of 2100 metres.
It is known for a sunrise view of the Himalayas including Mount Everest as well as other peaks of the Himalayan range of eastern Nepal. Nagarkot also offers a panoramic view of the Kathmandu Valley.

Photo of Nagarkot, Nepal by Meenakshi Singh
Photo of Nagarkot, Nepal by Meenakshi Singh
Photo of Nagarkot, Nepal by Meenakshi Singh
Photo of Nagarkot, Nepal by Meenakshi Singh
Photo of Nagarkot, Nepal by Meenakshi Singh
Photo of Nagarkot, Nepal by Meenakshi Singh
Photo of Nagarkot, Nepal by Meenakshi Singh
Photo of Nagarkot, Nepal by Meenakshi Singh
Photo of Nagarkot, Nepal by Meenakshi Singh
Photo of Nagarkot, Nepal by Meenakshi Singh
Photo of Nagarkot, Nepal by Meenakshi Singh
Photo of Nagarkot, Nepal by Meenakshi Singh
Photo of Nagarkot, Nepal by Meenakshi Singh
Photo of Nagarkot, Nepal by Meenakshi Singh
Photo of Nagarkot, Nepal by Meenakshi Singh
Photo of Nagarkot, Nepal by Meenakshi Singh
Photo of Nagarkot, Nepal by Meenakshi Singh
Photo of Nagarkot, Nepal by Meenakshi Singh
Photo of Nagarkot, Nepal by Meenakshi Singh
Photo of Nagarkot, Nepal by Meenakshi Singh
Photo of Nagarkot, Nepal by Meenakshi Singh
Photo of Nagarkot, Nepal by Meenakshi Singh
Photo of Nagarkot, Nepal by Meenakshi Singh
Photo of Nagarkot, Nepal by Meenakshi Singh
Photo of Nagarkot, Nepal by Meenakshi Singh
Photo of Nagarkot, Nepal by Meenakshi Singh
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