Kathmandu Valley Trek – 3 Days Hiking Around Kathmandu including Sundarijal, Chisapani, Nagarkot and Dhulikhel.
Nepal is trekkers paradise and trekking is the most popular activity. Hiking to Himalayas following the popular trails is an unforgettable experience in Nepal. But, trekkers with their kids, old age people and for those who do not much time for long days trekking, Kathmandu trekking is a good option.
You can see the mountains, walk through terraced fields, colorful traditional settlements and green lush forests during chisapani nagarkot dhulikhel hiking. This 3 days hiking from Sundarijal to Nagarkot will be a great experience in Nepal from dust to dawn. Simply you travel from the crowded Kathmandu valley to the tranquil place Nagarkot having glimpses of panorama.
Kathmandu valley Trek is the best option for your short break in Nepal. You will be hiking to the hills around Kathmandu valley exploring the local culture, lifestyle of people, tranquil nature and snow-capped Himalayan peaks.
Best Time to go Kathmandu Valley Trek (Spring and Autumn Season)
You can trek in any season for the Kathmandu valley hiking but spring and autumn season will be best for Himalayan views and culture. As this is the short and easy trekking trail, you need not to worry about altitude sickness. During the winter and monsoon season, the views might not be clear due to fog.
Hiring a guide and porter for Kathmandu rim valley Trek
Hiring a guide and porter depends upon your interest and budget. We recommend you to hire a guide for your best travel experience. If you can carry about 8 to 10 kg in the hilly area then you don’t need to hire a porter.
Kathmandu Valley Trek Cost
The cost of the trekking depends upon the service you choose and group size. Please visit our blog for details about Nepal trekking cost.
Trekking permits and TIMS card
You will be walking through the shivapuri national park, so you need a national park permit for this trek. The entrance ticket is 1,000 NPR for a foreign tourist, 600 NPR for those from a SAARC country, and 100 NPR for a Nepali tourist. You don’t need TIMS card for this trek.