Hotel Elephant Head

Address: Nagarkot, Nepal | Hotel
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Elephant Head Nagarkot

Reviewed by bettytarle

These place was perfect

Reviewed Sep 10, 2011
by (45 reviews) , United States Flag of United States

I was lucky...I had the best room overlooking an incredible view and a 15 member group of musicians were visiting ...playing, dancing, singing. The staff couldn't do enough for me. The views of dawn breaking awesome.

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TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Elephant Head Nagarkot

3.00 of 5 stars Good

Travel Blogs from Nagarkot

Back to back to Baktapur

A travel blog entry by dick-diamond on Apr 15, 2015

5 photos

... a change of clothes I felt much better. I've enjoyed the last few days on the bike. It was good fun, easy to ride, great sound. Just a shame about my navigation, although I've started to recognise various main junctions, and know where most roads from them lead, through trial & error. But I think that's enough biking this time around. Only have 5 days left now & still want to see a few more places, but will try to get fellow travellers to share a cab if possible.

Two Drowned Rats

A travel blog entry by on Mar 30, 2015

4 photos

... a very long time. When it finally arrived we just shoveled it in our mouths and I used the steam off my rice to warm my hands. We felt much better after as it was the first real food we'd eaten all day and it was 5 o'clock. The rest of the night was spent playing rummikub and connect four with some locals whilst drinking hot toddys to get us through the night (whiskey, honey, lemon and hot water... Just how Mum used to make except with a lot more ...

Trekking preparation

A travel blog entry by flex_e on Mar 09, 2015

119 photos

... großen Topf angezündet. Der entstehende Rauch dient als Art Reinigung. Die Gläubigen wärmen sich am Feuer oder lassen sich 'räuchern'. Zahlreiche Kerzen sind angezündet und überall sind Gebetsrufe zu vernehmen. Ich muss aufpassen, dass ich mich nicht gegen den Uhrzeigersinn bewege, da dies sonst Unglück bringt. Dies habe ich bereits gestern gelernt. Viele Tibeterinnen und Tibeter umkreisen täglich den fast 40 Meter hohen Stupa und murmeln währenddessen das Mantra ...

North India and Nepal

A travel blog entry by charliedaniel on Jan 02, 2015

2 comments, 14 photos

... hilltop overlooking the Pushkar lake. It took around 45 minutes to climb up in the dark. About half of the group made the climb (Deb up ahead, practising for her upcoming Everest base camp trek). We watched the sunrise over the mountains and on to the sacred town which was really incredible whilst sipping a cup of hot chai. It was almost a perfectly relaxing experience until we got our rich tea biscuits out and attracted the monkeys, then Enrique (Mexico) decided to feed the money ...

Don't Mind If I Kathmandu

A travel blog entry by taylorheadseast on Dec 16, 2014

18 photos

... see) Adam and I headed off into the city to get our tommy tourist on. This place has some crazy little alleyways and amazing old buildings, mainly carved out of wood seemingly, its old and falling apart but not in the same way that India was decrepid, this seemed to be from legitimat age rather tan total and willful neglect. Doing fairly well in navagating we made it to the Anapurna temple and the food market, it’s busy here, possibly the busiest streets I’ve ...