Imagine living in a place where you can sip coffee and enjoy the stunning view of Himalayas without even putting a step out of your hotel balcony. Well, Nagarkot is an answer to all your prayers. Just Nagarkot promises its visitors the picture-perfect panoramic view of the Himalayas. And no, one need not to burn a hole in their pocket and stay at the fancy hotel for the breathtaking view. Just 32 km away from the capital city Kathmandu, Nagarkot is the popular tourist spot in Nepal widely known for the spellbinding view of Himalayas along with eight other mountain ranges namely Annapurna, Manaslu, Ganesh Himal, Langtang, Jugal, Rolwaling, Everest, and Numbur. The popular tourist hotspot has a postcard-perfect scenery and experiencing sunrise from the region will be an experience one will cherish throughout its lifetime. Nagarkot isn’t a place which offers a lot of activities but instead, it is a place best known for relaxation amid fresh air and high peaks. Tourists looking forward to exploring this quaint landmark may hike or bike around the area. When in Nagarkot one should not miss the absolutely stunning sunrise. Wake up early to see how peaks and sky change color as the sun comes up. The place is a perfect getaway spot for couples, Backpackers, and family vacations. With the environment so serene, the air so pure, and almost no noise at all one can easily get lost in this magical tourist destination.

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