Dhampus & Astam Tour focuses on an Eco-Lodge: Tsukinoie & an Agro-Resort: Hananoie which are refreshing place with close view of Annapurna Range and Mt. Machhapuchhre. Guest are offered with abundant homemade local and Japanese food from the organic farm. One can reach to destined lodge Tsukinoie and Hananoie by drive or/and by walking. Stay in these two inns gives a nostalgic touch about the mountain village lifestyle in Japan.
Once upon a time, the Kathmandu valley was a great lake. According to legend, the Buddhist God Manjushree sliced a small hill “Chovar” with his sword of wisdom, draining the lake and making the area inhabitable. Kathmandu Valley now is packed with the burning population of 5 million people living in harmony with religious tolerance among different ethnicities and traditions. With the capital city – Kathmandu in the center, Patan and Bhaktapur showcase an omnipresence of the temples and the palaces of medieval period which are so magical that one can stare in wonder for hours.
Dhampus is the best trekking and hiking location with value of mountainous atmosphere or Nepal. It is a home of Gurung Community, lovely Rhododendron forest and lush green valleys. It is a refreshing place with fresh air of the Himalayas for the exhausted body after the tiresome hiking. One can reach by drive or by walk. Stay in Tsukinoie offers relaxation with the feeling of homely atmosphere, abundant homemade local foods and organic vegetables and excellent view of the Himalayas from open air bath.
Astam is a perfect location for panoramic view of entire Annapurna Range, Mt. Machhapuchhre and several other peaks. Rural settlements, rivers, green forest and hills are other attractions of Astam. In case one is not confident to walk to the Astam, they can also enjoy the travel by jeep to the place. Hananoie is an accommodation which features on-site organic farm, located in the suburban area about 15km from the city of Pokhara. There are variety of fruits and vegetables planted in spacious farm throughout the season and livestock such as buffalo and goats are also raised within the compound.
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