Sundarijal –Chisapani- Nagarkot- Changunarayan

Trip Description


Sundarijal was named after the Hindu goddess, Sundarimai. A temple is dedicated to the deity in Sundarijal. It  is located at 15 km northeast of Kathmandu. It is west of Gagalphedi, east of Nayaputi and Baluwa, and north of Aalapot. Sundarijal covers an area of 5.18 square kilometers. The Bagmati River flows through the VDC, where it is joined by the Shyalmati and Nagmati Rivers. The climate of Sundarijal is temperate. The average for the summer is 25.5˚C while for the winter is 0˚C. The main cultural sites in Sundarijal are the temples of Sundarimai Mandir, Ganesh Mandir, and Krishna Mandir. In July, the Dashahara festival is celebrated near bodies of water close to the temples. Scout camp house is also the attraction of tourists.


Chisapani can be reached after 16-kilometer uphill walk from Sundarijal, which is situated at altitude of 2140m from sea level. This place is ideal for hiker and trekker for Langtang regions. Most of trekker for Langtang region stop over first day of their trekking in this place. During on a clear weather tourist offers the landscape views, on the left hand side the Annapurna massive, on the right hand side dozens of other Himalayas peaks. Chisapani is rich for nature surrounding and flora and fauna.


Nagarkot is located 32 km east of Kathmandu. At an elevation of 2,195 meters, it is considered one of the most scenic spots in Bhaktapur District. It is renowned as an international tourist destination with spectacular views of the whole Langtang range, sunrise on the mountains and sunset views.

Changu Narayan

Changu Narayan is an ancient Hindu temple located near the Kathmandu Valley on top of a hill at the eastern end of the valley. It is 6 kilometres to the north of Bhaktapur and 22 kilometres from Kathmandu. The temple is one of the oldest Hindu temples of the valley, and is believed to have been constructed first in the 4th century. Changu Narayan is the name of Vishnu and the temple is dedicated to him. A stone slab discovered in the vicinity of the temple dates to the 5th century, and is the oldest such stone inscription discovered in Nepal. It was rebuilt after the old temple was devastated. Many stone sculptures here date to the Licchavi period. Changu Narayan Temple is listed by UNESCO as a World Heritage Site.

Day 1: Kathmandu- Sundarijal- Chisapani
Day 2: Chisapani- Chauki bhanjyang- Nagarkot
Day 3: Nagarkot- Changunarayan - Kathmandu

Cost Includes

•    1 night accommodation at Hotel Annapurna Mountain View,  twin sharing basis on AP plan.
•     All Transportation by private car.
•    Well English Speaking Guide.
•    All travel related information.


Cost Excludes

•    Personal Expenses
•    Camera fees & entrance fees (if any).
•    Mineral water, energy drink, table drink.
•    The services of vehicles are not included on leisure days.
•    Medical/insurance.