Hill Station Trip in Nepal

Are you someone who loves watching pictures from atop a hill? Are you an admirer of breathtaking sunrise sights? Would you like to enjoy the Himalayas from the best hill stations in Nepal? If your answer to these three questions is “yes,” then this Hill Station Trip in Nepal Package is for you.

Yes, Hill Station Trip in Nepal is an exclusive tour package for hill station lovers in the country. The tour happens through some of the major hill stations in Nepal. You will not climb two or three view stations but four different hill stations. Among four stations, Nagarkot(2,195m) of Kathmandu and Sarangkot(1,592m) of Pokhara are two celebrity stations that you’ll celebrate on this tour. The other two are Daman(2,322m) and Bandipur(1,030m).

The Hill Station Trip in Nepal will start with a quick tour of Kathmandu’s major cultural heritage sites. We will explore Pashupatinath Temple, Bouddhanath Stupa, and Kathmandu Durbar Square. We’ll drive to Nagarkot, the best place for the Himalayan panorama around Kathmandu, on the same day. After Nagarkot, we’ll travel towards Daman via a scenic highway the next day. And, Daman will serve what it has for the visitors, pictures of mountains and greenery.

Next, we’ll arrive in Bandipur, a historical, cultural, and panoramic hilltop hamlet. While in the streets of Bandipur, we’ll get the artistic and architectural exhibitions of Newari Culture. Then, we’ll arrive in Pokhara, the scenic city of travelers, to do the Sarangkot visit. We’ll witness the magic of Sarangkot, which is full of majestic mountains. And finally, we’ll explore Pokhara city’s major visitable stops in a day before reaching the end of the tour in Kathmandu.

In sum, the Hill Station Trip in Nepal is a worth-doing trip. Along with those hill stations, you will travel through Nepal’s major locations to experience its cultural and natural variousness.

Major Highlights of Hill Station Trip in Nepal

  • Cultural sightseeing in Kathmandu city.
  • Visit Pashupatinath Temple, Boudhanath Stupa, and Kathmandu Durbar Square.
  • Drive to Nagarkot and experience sunset, sunrise, and mountain views.
  • Witness the broadest panorama of the Himalayas from Nagarkot.
  • Catch glimpses of Mt Everest from Daman.
  • Explore the cultural town of Bandipur.
  • Visit the best viewpoint in Pokhara, Sarangkot.
  • Catch the visions of Mt Fishtail, Mt Annapurna, Dhaulagiri, and more from Pokhara.
  • Ramble the major touristic spots of Pokhara.
  • Enjoy the show of the great Himalayas, Nepal’s landscapes, and culture in one trip.


The Hill Station Trip in Nepal will begin with a cultural tour in Kathmandu. As there are four UNESCO cultural heritage sites in the city, we’ll visit three of them: Pashupatinath Stupa, Bouddhanath Stupa, and Kathmandu Durbar Square. In these sites, we’ll come across Nepal’s affluent architecture, culture and history. After the historical stroll, we’ll join a drive to Nagarkot, the best view station in Kathmandu Valley. From the lush hill of Nagarkot, we’ll catch a fantastic panorama of the Himalayas. We’ll also view the complete view of Kathmandu valley. The day will end with a lovely sunset picture from Nagarkot.
We’ll wake up early to seize a breathtaking sunrise and mountain panorama in Nagarkot. The place offers the widest view of the Himalayas, where you’ll see the peaks of Annapurna, Manaslu, Ganesh Himal, Langtang, Jugal, Rolwaling, Mahalangur Range, and Number mountain Range. After the view and breakfast, we’ll join a drive to Daman. The drive will be around 4-5 hours long via Tribhuvan Highway. We’ll reach Daman, another beautiful hill station in central Nepal, in the afternoon. The hill station is located 77 km away from Kathmandu and offers astonishing mountain views. We’ll enjoy sunset views from the hilltop and spend a chilly evening in Daman. Overnight in Daman.
We open our eyes early to observe the sunrise from Bandipur. After the view and breakfast, we’ll start leaving. Now we head towards Bandipur. It will be a long drive of 5-6 hours via Prithivi and Tribhuvan Highways. On this scenic drive, we’ll come across more villages, rivers, and lush greenery on this scenic drive in Nepal’s countryside. Then we will reach Bandipur, a historic and beautiful town perched on a hill. We will walk through the ancient houses and streets to our hotel in Bandipur. After check-in and refreshment, we will perform an evening stroll around the places. We will also witness another sunset view and mountains from Bandipur. Overnight in Bandipur.
Now we’ll leave Bandipur behind to drive towards Pokhara. It will be a 3-hour drive over Prithvi Highway to Sarangkot. Although we’ll reach Pokhara first, we will drive straight to Sarangkot. We will spend the whole evening in the famous hill station of Pokhara Valley. Upon reaching Sarangkot, we’ll spend the rest of the day enjoying a panoramic view from the hill station. We’ll observe Mt Machhapuchhre, Annapurna, Dhaulagiri, and other peaks. We will also have a broad view of Pokhara Valley and its Lake.
Our day will start with an astonishing dawn-breaking view. Here we will see the entire Annapurna Region getting the first light and rays of the day. It will be a view to keep in our heads for the rest of life. We’ll head down to Pokhara to explore the city and its sites following the view. We’ll begin from the Lakeside by boating in the lake. After that, we’ll visit several caves in the town, David’s fall, World Peace Stupa, Museum, and other places. It will be the day to explore the whole of Pokhara. We will explore the place’s food, market, people, and more. Cycling around the city is fun. We will also have a happening evening in the Lakeside in Pokhara. Overnight in Pokhara.
Now we will return to Kathmandu. As we have visited all the hill stations on the hill station trip in Nepal, it is time to conclude the tour. We will join a 6-hour long drive back to Kathmandu. Through Prithivi and Tribhuvan Highway, we’ll return to the crowded streets of Kathmandu. And it will be the completion of the tour.

Stops of Hill Station Trip in Nepal


Kathmandu, the capital city of Nepal, is a historical town in the lap of the Himalayas. The city is full of people and urban life. But amid the concrete buildings, the city has plenty of historical, cultural, and religious places. Thus it is also sometimes dubbed the city of temples.

The whole city is a unique experience in itself. While wandering around the city, you’ll meet diverse people, cultures, languages, and professions. It is a busy city to live in and a happening city to explore. On a clear day, you’ll even see the surrounding hills and some whitish mountains.

Four UNESCO world heritage sites are from the city only: Pashupatinath Temple, Bouddhanath Stupa, Swaymbhunath Stupa, and Kathmandu Durbar Square. The Pashupatinath Temple is one of the holiest temples of Hindus and a spiritual place to explore. Similarly, Bouddhanath Stupa and Swaymbhunath Stupa are two important Buddhist stupas in Nepal. And Kathmandu Durbar Square

is an ancient king’s palace dotted with aged temples, statues, and buildings. Visiting these sites makes you aware of ancient Nepal’s rich and diverse art, history, and culture.


Nagarkot is a scenic viewpoint in the Bhaktapur District of Kathmandu Valley. The point locates at an altitude of 2,195metres from sea level and offers the best sunrise view and mountain panorama around Kathmandu. It is located just 28km away from Kathmandu. The place is trendy among both local and foreign tourists. Thus, you’ll find a good number of hotels in Nagarkot.

Nagarkot is one of the busiest hill stations in Nepal. Thanks to its breathtaking sunrise views and the widest panorama of the Himalayas. For these two reasons, the place is never void of visitors. Yet, the place also offers a complete vision of the entire Kathmandu Valley. Therefore, Nagarkot is the best place to drive when you need refreshments in Kathmandu.

Talking about its mountain views, Nagarkot never disappoints its visitors. The hilltop presents a broad panorama of eight different Himalayan ranges of Nepal. The range would include the Annapurna range, Langtang range, Rolwaling range, Mahalangur range, Jugal range, Numbur range, Ganesh Himal range, and more. This means you can catch glimpses of Mt Everest also.


Daman is another popular hill station in Nepal located around 77km southwest of Kathmandu in the Makwanpur district. The place is perfect for escaping the crowd of urban Nepal and wandering on the rural, peaceful side. Despite being a little away from the capital, the stop is popular among the local people to play snow during Winter and mountain panoramas.

To reach Daman, we have to travel via a scenic highway. Along the route, we have to pass numerous iconic settlements. The locals of the region mainly do agriculture and household work, which any traveler enjoys while on the journey to this place.

And as we reach the hill station of Daman(2,322m), we get one of the best views of the Himalayas ranging from Dhaulagiri to Mt Everest. A view tower offers a clear, panoramic view of the peaks like Ganesh Himal, Dorje Lakpa, Mt Everest, Langtang, and more.


Bandipur is a Newari town located on a hillock in the Tanahun District of Nepal. The ancient town is located around 143km west of Kathmandu, located around the Kathmandu-Pokhara Highway. The place is inhabited by Newar and Brahmins, Chhetries, Sarkis, Magars, Gurungs, and other ethnic groups. Therefore, it is a small but diverse town.

The ancient houses showing class architecture and style are the best things about Bandipur. Pagoda Styled houses are the most common ones in the town. Tourists just love to walk through the picturesque streets of the town. There are several old temples, Buddhist Shrines, and ancient architecture to explore. The city is also amazing for adventure activities like hiking and cycling.

The peaks such as Langtang, Ganesh, Manaslu, Dhaulagiri, and Annapurna are visible from the hill station. The early sunrise is another not-to-miss thing of Bandipur’s visit. Thus, Bandipur is a gem place to visit during vacation.


Like Nagarkot, Sarangkot is another hill station to catch mountain sights and sunrise views. However, you reach Pokhara to climb the hilltop. With an elevation of 1,600m, Sarangkot is a hill residing west of Pokhara. Everyone visiting Pokhara comes here to enjoy Mt Machhapuchhre, Manaslu, Dhaulagiri, and Annapurna Massifs’ best view. The ridge provides a 360 panoramic view of Pokhara Valley, Fewa Lake, and surrounding mountains.

In Dusk or dawn, you’ll find people on the hilltop to catch marvelous glimpses from here. Both sunrise and sunset views are magical and worth watching. The viewpoint is reachable after a drive of two hours from Pokhara. It is also a paragliding location in Pokhara, which is quite popular among adventure lovers. If you are in Pokhara for a day, an early morning drive to this viewpoint is a must.


Pokhara, the tourism hub in Nepal, is an iconic city known for its mountain views and lakes. The city is the second-most populous city in Nepal after Kathmandu. The city resides around 200km west of Kathmandu. Pokhara is very famous among both local and international visitors. Thus, the city hosts many visitors throughout the year.

The city has many things that keep attracting visitors. Firstly, the beautiful Fewa lake of the town is a perfect spot for a scenic boat ride. While you ride in the water of Fewa Lake, you get mesmerizing views of Mt Annapurna and Machhapuchhre from the lake. Moreover, there are caves like Mahendra Cave and Bat Cave to explore. Similarly, the Tal Barahi temple in the middle of the lake, David’s fall in the city, World Peace Stupa on the hill above the lake are the other sights to visit in Pokhara.

Pokhara also is an unbeatable place for paragliding, bungee jumping, Ziplining, and cycling. There are several spots from where you can join those adventure activities. If you love shopping, there are places to buy various local souvenirs and gifts. The food around the streets of Pokhara is watch tasting. In total, Pokhara is a perfect city to spend your spare time in Nepal.

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