Hotel View Point

Address: Nagarkot, Nepal | Hotel
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      TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel View Point Nagarkot

      Reviewed by chetwan123

      Best to Best

      Reviewed Jun 21, 2013
      by (1 review) , Nepal Flag of Nepal

      One of the top location for stay,Views is superb and no need to walk for the view to the view tower. You can see the excellent views from the roof of the hotel as well as from the rooms . I strongly recommend friends for their accommodation.

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      TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel View Point Nagarkot

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      Travel Blogs from Nagarkot

      The Himalayan hills

      A travel blog entry by paulfeeney on Apr 30, 2014

      5 photos

      Up early for our trek we both headed off for breakfast about 6.30, plenty of time before we had to meet a guide at 7am. It was Nepalese hash browns for Jenny and a nice pancake for myself. As we waited for our food, we twigged that we had forgotten to move our clocks fifteen minutes forward when we left India and we had now five minutes to get …

      Thamel, Durbar Square and the Monkey Temple!

      A travel blog entry by mevans1811 on Dec 08, 2014

      1 comment, 15 photos

      ... with every other window sporting hiking gear. You can browse the shops here without being frequently pressured into buying something which is a welcome change. We finally got the chance to put our bartering skill to the test! Mark needed trousers for the hike we're doing in a few days time. The first shop we went to quoted us £25 for a pair of North Face trousers, he wouldn't budge lower than £17 so we left. Our second shop made ...

      Our first day in Nepal

      A travel blog entry by carlosherbane on Sep 21, 2014

      28 photos

      ... was immediate.

      The Nepalese look different to Tibetans. Far more Indian and less Oriental. Far more people spoke English. One Nepalese police office in particular was kind as he allowed me to rest where there was a bench (which was in fact where the bags were being checked).

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      Trekking in the Nepalese "hills"

      A travel blog entry by sam.tank on Jul 23, 2014

      1 comment, 9 photos

      ... even harder than before, but funnily enough I slept much better than the previous two nights!

      Yesterday (day4) we left reasonably early, unwashed and smelling of wood-smoke, and started on the walk to Nargakot. The terrain was mainly roads, with steep rocky "shortcuts" to get us to our destination. Again we were really lucky with the weather, for me it was nice and cool, though chilly for the other three! The views into the valley have been amazing, and I felt ...

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      A travel blog entry by maestrojfk on Jun 03, 2014

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      ... like I understood it. It was a bit frustrating, but incredibly productive.

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