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This tour gives you the lifetime opportunity to spend quality time in the lap of the Himalayas with activities like hiking in the hills with pure yoga or meditation that will definitely re-energize you, the rich Buddhist and Hindus culture and traditional, interaction with locals, backdrop of snow-capped mountains.<br><br>You will get to visit some of the world heritage sites of Nepal like Boudhanath, Pashupatinath, Swayambhunath, Kathmandu Durbar Square and Bhaktapur Durbar Square. You will also get to explore some other famous tourist destinations like Dhulikhel, Namo Buddha and so on. From these places you will get to enjoy the nature.
$742.00 per adult
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Kyale Chn wrote a review Nov 2019
Malaysia75 contributions62 helpful votes
The road leading to this temple is really bad. After the bumpy ride, all you are seeing is just a run down temple. I don't think it's worth the efforts.
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Date of experience: November 2019
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Jan L wrote a review May 2019
Tilburg, The Netherlands149 contributions16 helpful votes
The hill has a perfect view over the mountains. Nice place on top of a stone, that is part of the ceremonies in the temple. The temple itself is not so interesting.
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Date of experience: May 2019
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Sherree wrote a review Apr 2019
Chiang Mai, Thailand46 contributions44 helpful votes
OK views from up here, but it's dirty and run down. "Free" admission - but you have to pay 100 rupees to climb the stairs up to the temple.
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Date of experience: April 2019
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SquashAddict wrote a review Dec 2018
Kathmandu, Nepal574 contributions197 helpful votes
Run down, tower delapidated/closed, but nice for a hike up to (640 steps - not 1,000!) and views. 100 rupees per adult (foreigners) to climb up the stairs.
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Date of experience: December 2018
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Chiara R wrote a review Nov 2018
51 contributions17 helpful votes
The walk up a long winding stair is nice, being among green hills, a path with flowers and shadow. Entry fee was 100 rupee. It is also nice to meet a lot of local students and people going up for picnics - at least during weekends - and chat with them. Up to the temple the view is supposed to be very nice, but it was full clouds when I was there. The temple in itself is a small shrine, over a massive concrete building; it probably carries a strong importance for the local Hindu but the construction is quite ugly. Also the surrounding area is unkempt and full of rubbish.
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Date of experience: November 2018
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