The Gorkha region of north central Nepal is not well known as a trekking area yet in terms of scenery, diverse and positive cultural experiences and good hiking, no area of the Himalayas is better than this route. Gorkha was a kingdom with confederation of 24 states known as Chaubisirajya and was ruled by Shah dynasty. From 1736, the king Nara Bhupal Shah began the expansion of the state which was further continued by his son King Prithivi Narayan Shah. They were able to conquer most of the states from Himalayan region to terai region and Sikkim in east to Garhwal in west. The name Nepal was given during 1930 to represent the whole country and the Gorkhali language was renamed Nepali. The inhabitants of old Gorkha known as Gorkhali were engaged in the British and Indian army and earned respect and fame through their bravery during World War I and II. The oldest palace of the Shah dynasty, beautiful villages adorned by the rice plants, completely unspoiled landscapes, magestic view of more than twenty high peaks as Ganesh Himal, Sringi Himal, Buddha Himal, Himalchuli and Manasludescending through rhododendron forest and high pastures are the attractions that lures the travellers.
|Day 01:||Arrival in Kathmandu.|
|Day 02:||Drive from Kathmandu to Gorkha Durbar Square.|
|Day 03:|| Drive from Gorkha Durbar Square to Kuringtar, and|
then ride in cable car from Kurintar to Manakamana.
|Day 04:|| Ride in cable car from Manakamana to Kurintar, and|
then drive from Kurintar to Kathmandu.
|Day 05:||Sightseeing in Kathmandu Valley.|
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