Located 15 kilometres away from Kathmandu, Ranikot is best one-day hiking location in Nepal near Kathmandu. Ranikot day tour is one of the best one-day Hiking near Kathmandu and it offers the beautiful view of Snow capped the Himalayas in North. Not only this, but Ranikot also offers the best view of Kathmandu city as well. The countryside offers great natural scenery and terraced farmlands add beauty to the village as well. The hospitality and culture that the village has to offer are also magnificent. You can even spend a night at Ranikot if you wish to get the sunrise view from Ranikot.
One day Ranikot hike or say Ranikot day tour is best for those visitors who wish to explore around the countryside of Nepal, wish to know the lifestyle of People in villages. Not only that, this day tour shows the way of terrace farming popular in hills of Nepal. Likewise, one can get engaged in vegetable farming and sometimes they can pluck the fruits and vegetable however it depends on the seasons. Ranikot day tour is the peaceful hike that will let you experience the unique way of living and you’ll get to have lunch at the village with the villagers.
Ranikot Day tour briefing
Early in the morning, you’ll leave for Suryabinayak by bus. In Suryabinayak you’ll pay your visit to Hindu temple. Later, you’ll hike through small settlements, Dense forest and steeply trail up to Ranikot Viewpoint. From Ranikot viewpoint you can have an amazing view of snowcapped Himalayas in the North along with Kathmandu valley situated at the bottom of the hills. You’ll have lunch in the village and explore the village and relish with the villagers.
You’ll keep walking around the traditional villages and keep exploring the natural and cultural beauty until you reach Panauti. Panauti is the old city and is also known as Old Kathmandu. You’ll explore around Panauti and drive back to Kathmandu by Bus at the end of the Day. You’ll conclude a day tour to Ranikot in this manner and stay overnight at Hotel at Kathmandu.
Airport pickups and drops in a private transportation
An experienced, English-talking and government-authorized trek pioneer
All vital paperwork
Nepalese visa charge
International airfare to and from Kathmandu
Excess stuff charges
Travel and the rescue insurance
Personal costs (telephone calls, clothing, bar charges, battery revive, additional porter, bottle or bubbled water, shower, and so on.)
Tips for guide(s), porter(s) and driver(s)