Hiking In Nepal – The Chisapani (2140m)

Hiking In Nepal and beautiful landscape

Hiking in Nepal, the Chisapani (2140 m) is uniquely designed trek encircles the four great trekking places. Guaranteeing the best feeling of nature coupled with picturesque views of neatly terraced villages & fields and spectacular mountains. Together, they make up a great hiking experience! Chisapani is a perfect introduction to hike in the Langtang region as well; it’s mostly popular for beautiful sunrise and sunset views. We descent and ascent towards ‘Nagarkot’ from Chisapani; at an elevation of 2175 m is the most popular hill-station nearby Kathmandu. Nagaarkot is so much more than just a view-point of sunrise or sunsets; it’s a great place to relax your mind and body and for once escape the daily routine hectic life.

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Photo by: Neil-Young

This hike starting from the serene deep forests, to the ancient city of ‘Panauti’ makes a perfect hiking in Nepal that guarantees to create memories to last you a lifetime. After a great stay at Nagarkot, our hike marches towards another equally excellent hill-station of ‘Dhulikhel’. Which is a great spot to enjoy an impressive view of the snowy central Himalayas making a backdrop to the gentle hills. It is an old Newari trade station en route to the Tibetan plateau and today it is an ideal place for visitors to enjoy natural environment, the local lifestyle, old Newari culture and spectacular views.

From Dhulikhel, the hiking trail heads towards ‘Panauti’, another historical Newar city with a few prominent icons such as ‘the Indreswor temple’ and ‘Durbar square’ found in the town center. Panauti is quaint and interesting destination of Nepal. It feels as if has been left exactly the way the founders had built the town. A nostalgic atmosphere covers the narrow town streets and ancient structures.

Hiking in Nepal / The Chisapani – Trip Facts for your ideal short time

CountryNepal
Trek GradeEasy/Moderate
Duration4 to 5 Days
ActivitiesHiking
Best Time to GoAny time of the Years (Feb to Jun / Sep to Dec)
Max Altitude2175m
Start fromKathmandu
End atKathmandu

Hiking in Nepal / The Chisapani – Outline Itinerary

Day 01: Drive 30min for 17 km to Sundarijaal and commence trek to Chisapani (2140m) for 6hrs

Day 02: Hike to Nagarkot (2175m) for 6 hr

Day 03: Hiking to Dhulikhel (1550m) for 5 hr

Day 04: Hike to Panauti (1500m) 4 hr and drive to Kathmandu /Hotel

Day 05: Departure at any time

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Note: The dates mentioned are the days you would have to be in Kathmandu to do this hike. If you are in Kathmandu, you can plan one day prior to do this hike.

Before You Go – Hiking in Nepal / The Wonderful Chisapani

Accommodation

On the major destination like Nagarkot and Dhulikhel have no problem. Because, there are lots of hotel and lodges according the budget from 2 to 5 star to basic tourist standard accommodation. Only in the Chisapani is different which is completely basic room – twin share basis with basic shared toilet facilities.

Food

In the popular area like Nagarkot and Dhulikhel, there are lots of restaurant and hotel which offers the wide variety of food. But, along the hiking trial, food is cooked by local people that can meet the requirement of the guest with limited menus.

About the safety prior hiking in Nepal

Make use of your own basic safety bag for your very own things of valuable items. Do not leave cash along with additional useful things lying around in the room, exactly like passport, money belt, digital camera, or mobile etc. Be conscious of pick pockets in crowed or any specific areas.

Transportation

If you like to experience a Local transport, then available in local bus park at the Kathmandu. Otherwise, you can use a private car (USD 20) up to Sundarijaal, where you start your hike. In the end of the trek, you even can get local buses in Panauti. Which leave in every five minutes. If you want to make your travel luxury, then better hiring the private taxi or car or van (USD 75 -100).

Hiking in Nepal – Meals

Have a peculiar experience in the lunch time that you can stop to take a lunch in the local house along the trail, which is made by the local people. You should keep in mind that, do not forget to carry your favorite snacks too, like; chocolate bar, mint, snicker, dairy milk etc. Because, on the way there may not be fixed time and places to have your lunch. We always recommend you to carry some energy chocolate at all the time during the hike.

Water

Carry some 1 to 2 liters bottle of water with you all the time.

Do I need a guide or porter for this short hiking in Nepal?

It’s depend on your map reading capability and fitness level. There will be lots of chances to misplace a trail. If you take the government certified licensed guide, to maintain a high level of service, then it will be much better.

Another, excellent porters who have a well experience and already been there then also ok to take nice one. It will enhance employment opportunities to make someone better life. They charge like USD 20 per person per day. Normal walking time in a day for this hike is five to six hours.

Travel Insurance

It is highly recommending that, obtain an all-inclusive travel insurance prior to your hike from your home country. Your Personal travel insurance should cover up against personal incident, medical-related expenditures, immediate evacuation (including helicopter evacuation) and personal liability (theft of items and even materials). We and also propose that it will cover loss of bags and personal effect. If this evidence will have to you, then would have very much helpful in your emergency situation.

Health factors before hiking in Nepal

Prescription for almost any rationally expected illness medicines, needs to be carried together with you whilst traveling in Nepal. The medicinal facilities are not of the same standard that you may expect at your home. So, it is usually highly recommending to carry a private first aid kit along with sufficient variety of personal medical necessities. Common troubles like diarrhea, dehydration, fever, headaches, and tonsil could be arising during the trekking time period. Therefore, plan suitably.

Your personal packaging items for

  • Light body weight walking boot
  • 2-3 cotton T-shirt
  • Warm jumper
  • Underwear
  • Rain coat
  • Light
  • Wind proof and water resistant trouser

Things to do after hiking or Trekking in Nepal

There are more things to do while you are in Nepal. For Instance; those who have extra one or two days’ holidays, they can go to visit Kathmandu or Bhaktapur to make a sightseeing and tour. Another, mountain flight, biking and hiking are also an options. Similarly, on the off option that if you are looking to visit touristic address of Nepal then Pokhara, which is 200 km west from Kathmandu. Where you can go make a sightseeing and tour or move at paragliding or boating or bicycling. Moreover, go over to Lumbini, the birthplace of Buddha. Other activities, prepare to go at rafting or explore Chitwan National Park. You can improve your holiday in like manner. If it’s not very much problems allow us to know your curiosity and we will do our best to plan it for you.

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