Champa Devi in Nepal is a pilgrimage site known for a
Buddhist stupa and is considered as a Hindu shrine situated at an altitude of
2285 m south - west of Kathmandu.
Hiking to Chapadevi starts with a 16 km drive south from
Kathmandu for an hour to a place called Pharping (on the way to Dakshinkali
Temple). From here start your hike gradually uphill for about half an hour.
Continue hiking for about another 3 hours gradually uphill
following the trail towards Champadevi. Langtang and Ganesh mountain range are
expected views in clear seasons.
After your exploration, begin your hike downhill to Hattiban
for 2 hours to catch your car and drive back to Kathmandu as your experience
comes to an end.
Experience Nagarkot to Changunarayan hike and get a chance
to see one of Nepal's most beautiful temples and other places.
One of the most famous and heart rendering view point of
Nepal near Kathmandu is Nagarkot. Nagarkot - 7200 ft from sea level, is the most popular hill
station in Kathmandu valley.
The Himalayan peaks seen from amazing view point of Nagarkot
are Ganesh Himal (7405m), Langtang,
Shisha Pangma (8013m), Gang Chenpo (6397m), Dome Blanc (6830m), Dorje Lakpa
(6990m), Lonpo Gang (7083m) and Purbi Chyachu (6658m), Gauri Shankar and Mt.
Nagarkot to Changunarayan hike is a popular hiking trail near
Kathmandu valley and this trial led by your guide includes Bhaktapur on the way
back to Kathmandu.
Bhaktapur is a cultural city and a wish of all tourists to
go there. The view of Sunrise over the Himalayas from Nagarkot is simply
Changu Narayan is a pleasant and one of the oldest temples
of Kathmandu valley dated back to 7th century and listed in the UNESCO world Heritage
sites on the way back attraction of your trip.