NAGARKOT (नगरकोट) – NATURE BEAUTY IN BHAKTAPUR CITY
Nagarkot lies at the Bhaktapur district in the Bagmati Zone, is part of Nagarkot Municipality. Nagarkot is located 32 km east of Kathmandu, Nepal. Nagarkot, in ancient, is called as Mandapgiri. Nagarkot is known as the most scenic spot in Bhaktapur District where you can view the beauty of eight different Himalayas such as Mount Everest (Highest Peak of the Word), Annapurna, Manaslu, Ganesh Himal, Langtang, Jugal, Number, and Rolwaling. The best season to view the Himalayas is between March to April and October to December and the other season, the Himalayas gets disappear in the cloudy skies (Wikipedia, nd).
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Nagarkot; generally look just like a small hill town where people are mostly engaged in farming and raring animals. But when in the morning you view the beauty of eight different Himalayas, you will realize the village as the most beautiful place in the world. Talking about the hospitality of people, people living in the village are kind, cheerful, and helpful. They are always ready to help when someone is having a problem without any greed or expectation. People of Nagarkot areas treat their guest as god and warmly welcome travelers (Travel, 2012).
How To Travel Nagarkot From Bus
There is various road network connected to Nagarkot district, but the most convenient way to travel Nagarkot is from Kamalbinayak, Bhaktapur. There is a Nagarkot bus station in Kamalbinayak, Nagarkot which moves every half hour and is available from 7 am to 6 pm and takes around one hour to reach the destination. The road condition was great but now the road is the worst condition but will re-construct soon depended on how effective the government is. You can also travel Nagarkot cycling as a group. Many people love to travel Nagarkot through biking or cycling by watching every single view without a miss.
Travel (March 20, 2012).The stunning Himalayan view from Nagarkot Nepal from huffing ton post. Retrieved from:https://www.huffingtonpost.com/2012/03/20/nagarkot-himalayan-villag_n_1345712.html?guccounter=1
Wikipedia, (n d). Nagarkot. From Wikipedia. Retrieved from: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nagarkot