Chandragiri Hill is located seven kilometres from Thankot, lies on the South-West of Kathmandu Valley and is 2551 metres from sea level.
From the top of Chandragiri Hill, breath taking views of whole Kathmandu Valley can be seen with lush green blanket of flora makes Chandragiri truly a great bountiful and pristine landscape.
The second cable car in Nepal has been installed in this route (Chandragiri to Thankot).
From Chandragiri Cable car panorama view of the valley can be enjoyed.
The panoramic views of Kathmandu Valley & Himalayan ranges from Annapurna to Everest makes any one feel like seeing whole Nepal from this hill.
How to reach to Chandragir? The distance between Kathmandu and Thankot is 16 kilometres with approximately 31 minutes of travelling time. The single length of cable car project is around two and a half kilometres from near Godam at Thankot with the travelling time of 9 minutes. People willing to drive would have to pass through seven kilometres of rough road to reach the hill top. Another option for the visitors to reach the top is three hour long trek. Why visit Chandragiri? If you want to go for picnic, outing, trekking, chandragiri can be considered as one of the best places in Nepal. With the addition of Cable Car service panoroma view of Kathmandu valley can be seen. You can choose Chandragiri, for your holidays refreshment. You will definitely enjoy the amazing green hills, views from cable car, long distance trekking can also be enjoyed in different ways.
Chandragiri Cable Car Price Fare:
One Way(Nepalese ) = NPR 420
One Way(SAARC Countries ) = INR 700
One Way(Foreigners ) = USD $ 13.20
Both Ways (Nepalese): NPR 700
Both Ways (SAARC Countries): INR 700
Both Ways (Foreigners): USD $ 22.00
For Price Detail, Please visit the official page of www.chandragirihills.com
Videos of Chandragiri
Watch here the Chandragiri cable car 3d view
Photos of Chandragiri
The photos of Chadragiri are really amazing, after seeing these you will definitely fall in love with Chandragiri.
Some of the amazing images are taken from Facebook group Nepalese in Photography.