Chandragiri Hill Cable Car Day Tour is the best Nepal Day Tour to see panoramic views of the Himalayas – Ganesh Himal, Langtang range, Gaurishankar, and the Kathmandu Valley. This is the highest viewpoint in Kathmandu Valley at an altitude of 2551m.
You will reach the Chandragiri Hill Top by Cable Car, no need to trek for the view. And during the month of January or February, you will see snow.
This is a 5-hour Chandragiri Hill Cable Car Day Tour tour. Transportation to and from your hotel in Kathmandu is provided.
Another good Nepal Day Tour to experience snowfall in the winter is the Phulchowki Day Hike | 1 Day Hike Kathmandu
Highlights: Visit Chandragiri Hill by Cable Car Ride
10.00am: Pick up from your hotel. Our drive to Chandragiri Hill begins.
11.00am: Arrive at Thankot. From here, you will take the cable car to the Chandarigiri Hill. The cable car journey to the hilltop will take approximately 10 minutes. There is no time restriction, it will be free and easy until you wish to leave. Lunch will be at your own expense.
00.00pm: Drop back to your hotel from Thankot after your cable car ride.
00.00pm: You will arrive back to your hotel after 1 hour. Tour ends.
NOTE: The whole tour will take about 4 to 5 hours.
USD70 per pax (Based on 2 pax) NOTE: The price above is quoted based on 2 pax. If you are travelling in a group of more than 2 people, kindly write to us at email@example.com, and we will give you a special quotation.
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