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Nagarjun Forest Reserve

#71 of 178 things to do in Kathmandu Features Animals
Kathmandu 44600, Nepal
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Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Our guide told us that it would be "3 hours of gradual climb" no. it was not gradual. Went up for an hour - 90% of it were slippery stairs. We probably also went on a bad day, it was insanely humid. My bf had...More

Thank Josephine V
Reviewed 24 April 2017

For tourists, you should really take a decent private car- the roads are terrible and if you use public transport, or local taxis, you will know about it. Im not sure they can be called roads, as the majority of the journey is a very...More

Thank Mr_RichardR
Reviewed 11 April 2017

A winding road or a strenuous walk through old growth forest leads you gradually to an ancient stupa marking the western heights above the Kathmandu Valley. Take a picnic and spend a leisurely and peaceful few hours before returning to the noise and pollution below.

Thank Judith A
Reviewed 10 December 2016

I went to Nagarjung Hill entering from Budhanilkantha. Reaching at Nagarjun Hill after 4 hours uphill walking is magnificent. cool weather at hot season and view panoramic mountain from 2,900 miter Nagarjun Hill. Way back visit Nang-Kyi Gumba.

Thank GangaJamunaTreks30
Reviewed 14 November 2016

Be prepared for a long walk and enjoy fantastic views of snow covered peaks (need clear weather). Take a lunch and continue to the west side and walk around to the front again -this takes about 6 hours but it is worth it. You must...More

1  Thank Kciff
Reviewed 9 November 2016

Nagarjun hill is accessible from two entry points, Swoyambhu and Balaju. We have to pay fee to enter the forest and we have to leave our ID at the checkpost. As we went hiking from Balaju post, we had to return same way as an...More

2  Thank Sagun2013
Reviewed 4 May 2016

very natural place, I arrived Thirubuvan towards birath nager and Iteri very long journey i travel with Local airline Budha Air and return by bus was good experience.

Thank Ruqaiya-Maryam
Reviewed 15 February 2016

Natural hiking place. I have been to the top of the hill (Jamacho) many times during winters. Its fun to carry fresh oranges and few snacks, and travel in group of 5-10 friends. It is natural, adventurous, Easy-to-Moderate kind of hiking. You will love the...More

5  Thank Caphley
Reviewed 9 December 2015

Went with my colleague and two other young boys from Kathmandu. I have not expected that the first few miles are really an amazing steep way though I was tired but I really enjoyed a lot. Then to the village and even got a good...More

Thank ksperiyasamy
Reviewed 23 October 2015

Cycle, Bus, or motorcycle to this beautiful forest for a few hours. its easy to reach from Kathmandu and has great views of the valley.

Thank sarah p
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