From Landmarks to Hidden Gems: We'll Guide Your Journey

Local Attractions

Local Activities


The offerings of Nagarkot are endless and the place has been very generous in that respect. As much as one likes to contain oneself within the hotel, the outside world has a bagful of adventurous stuffs to participate in, myriad cultural activities to witness and historical temples and villages to visit.

Everything about the surrounding is educational and alluring at the same time. The architecture of the nearby temples, the local community, their unique lifestyle, exquisite flora and fauna are on the table to be savored.


Zip Line

Guests can enjoy ziplining as part of their experience. This thrilling activity allows visitors to soar through the air and take in the breathtaking views of the Himalayas and surrounding landscapes.


Nagarkot View Tower

Unique experience with the Nagarkot View Tower just a 5-minute drive away. The hotel is strategically located on the hilltop, providing breathtaking views of the sunrise and sunset.


Nagarkot Nature Trail

Famous for its stunning sunset views, where the sun sets behind the white-capped mountains, creating a golden spectacle that is not to be missed.



Unique cycling experience for guests, allowing them to explore the scenic beauty of the area while enjoying the fresh air and exercise.



With various trails like the Nagarkot Panoramic Hiking Trail, visitors can enjoy stunning mountain views, fresh mountain air, and a serene atmosphere while exploring the natural beauty of the area.


Rani Jhula and Waterfall

Rani Jhula, also known as the Queen Bridge, is a suspension bridge that offers stunning views of the surrounding landscapes and mountains. The nearby waterfall is a hidden gem, providing a refreshing and serene experience for visitors.


Bojinee Dam

The nearby Bojinee Dam is a hidden gem, offering a refreshing and serene experience for visitors


Changu Narayan Temple

The Changu Narayan Temple is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and is perched atop a small hill to the east of Kathmandu in Bhaktapur. It offers stunning views of the Himalayan range and a glimpse into the rich cultural heritage.