Narayani Safari Hotel

Address: GPO Box 901, Kathmandu, Nepal | Hotel
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This hotel, located on GPO Box 901, Kathmandu, is near Durbar (Central) Square, Mountain Monarch Adventures, Asan, and Casino Royale.
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    TravelPod Member ReviewsNarayani Safari Hotel Kathmandu

    Reviewed by bubblyb23

    Great activities at Narayani

    Reviewed Nov 18, 2013
    by (18 reviews) Brisbane , Australia Flag of Australia


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    TripAdvisor Reviews Narayani Safari Hotel Kathmandu

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    Travel Blogs from Kathmandu

    Monkeys, Goddesses and Cremations

    A travel blog entry by bourkeclan on Apr 23, 2015

    9 photos

    ... such practices still exist in this day and age. From the Living Goddess' house we walked to Patan Durban Square, another World Heritage site with a collection of Hindu and Hare Krishna temples. Swami Basu continued to regale us with his knowledge of the culture and beliefs, in far more depth than I could take in. From Lalitpur we headed back to Kathmandu, to the Great Boudha Stupor - a huge Buddhist dome. But first we lunched on a rooftop restaurant - good to be above the dust ...

    Day 247

    A travel blog entry by dream-catcher on Apr 04, 2015

    8 photos

    ... a blessing. We soon found our way to a street that we recognised and made our way home. The sky had gone very dark and the wind was blowing, a storm is on it's way. We arrived back at the house just before a heavy storm broke. Once we had sorted our selves out we went down stairs for green tea, we chatted to Ringe and Pelo about all sorts of things. Sujan rang to arrange to come to see us with his brother. When they arrived we organised to visit the village where we ...

    Temples, flags and ghats

    A travel blog entry by charlotterowley on Apr 04, 2015

    14 photos

    ... painted their whole bodies and others just their faces. Many of them were sat around the complex in small groups soliciting photos, for money. I couldn't come here and not get a even though I am opposed to paying for photos, I did pay them 30p for a photo. I left the river along one of the other exit routes and ended up in a local market, full of all religious stuff. Flower garlands, small bunches of flowers, bracelets, incense, books and paintings. It went on forever! ...

    Manaslu Circuit Trek

    A travel blog entry by grizzly on Mar 28, 2015

    8 photos

    ... was unusually in front not to be seen until we got to our guesthouse; Yael was usually in the back as she wanted to take it easy and walk at her own pace and I stayed either in the middle or was in front whenever David took a reading break along the way. The trail to Machhakhola follows the Budhi Gandaki River, as does the majority of the Manaslu trail, and winds it way up and down through villages. The trail itself is often very narrow, rocky ...

    Kathmandu, City of Dust

    A travel blog entry by helenaperry on Dec 22, 2014

    7 comments, 33 photos

    ... has a few interesting little corners left, each with their own surprises. You still see one or two old-timers sitting on the kerb, with faded tie-dyes and a permanently glazed expression, joint in hand and wondering where all the good times have gone. Thamel is, however, suprisingly free of dust - despite being smack in the middle of the city. Go figure.