Nagarkot to Dhulikhel Hiking is a moderate hike through deep forests, terraced fields, and small villages, with an accompanying backdrop of the majestic mountains. Nagarkot is a preferred tourist destination for sunrise and sunset views and the Himalayan ranges. The six hours of the nature walk is a wavy journey, climbing and descending small hills and passing villages that depict the rural lifestyle of Nepal. Dhulikhel is the administrative center of Kavre, where you can find ethnic customs and traditions still alive.
The trail first descends from the Nagarkot hill and slowly ascends. The sequence continues throughout the journey. It’s pleasant through lush forests and encloses the path, heavily shading small sections along narrow trails. Terraced fields, mostly with corn plantations, can be seen in places with small settlements. Houses are scanty during the trial, and we come across a small tea house, which marks the mid-section of the trail. As we climb a hill with stone steps leading to the top, the view improves. Settlements increase as we descend from the top. Soon, a trail to Nala and Banepa passes by, and as we move further, You can beautifully capture the small town of Dhulikhel in a photograph. The drive back to Kathmandu is via the BP Koirala highway.