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Everest Base Camp Helicopter tour with landing flight sharing from Kathmandu
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Everest Base Camp Helicopter tour with landing flight sharing from Kathmandu

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Soar across the Himalayas on a helicopter flight from Kathmandu to Mount Everest Base Camp, touching down for an optional breakfast at a hotel with spectacular mountain vistas. Along the way, you’ll get aerial views of glaciers, camps, mountaineering routes on the world’s highest mountain. A stop to refuel at Lukla offers a glimpse of the mountain town where trekkers set out for Mount Everest.
USD 1,330.00 per adult
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Rahul G wrote a review Dec. 2020
New Delhi, India198 contributions32 helpful votes
amazing temple. Vishnu ji lying on an invisible sheshnaag. very clean. all the pundits are young boys. a must visit place for hindus.
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Date of experience: October 2020
Sivakumar V wrote a review Jun. 2020
Bengaluru, India1,449 contributions97 helpful votes
About 10 km form the capital city of Kathmandu, the temple of Budhanilkanta temple can be found. There is nothing connected to Bhudhism here. Bhudha Nilkanta is said to mean the Old Bluethroated God. Again another confustion in the name. Usually the name Nilkanta is attributed to Lord Shiva - but is a temple of Lord Vishnu. Nevertheless the Budhists also visit temple to offer prayers here. And the Saivaits claim that claim a reclining image of Shiva can be seen under the waters of the lake during the annual Shiva festival there in August. These apart, the temple a beautiful one attracting thousands of pilgrims round the year. The 5m reclining Vishnu on the Athisesha in a pool of more than 10m is a great awesome site. People can offer worship from the padam side . A must visit in Nepal.
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Date of experience: August 2019
Kamal (Singh) Thapa wrote a review Mar. 2020
6 contributions2 helpful votes
Jai narayana, jai budhanilakatha , jai bishnunath One of the peace place to hangout. and great views of scenarios
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Date of experience: December 2019
Vince E wrote a review Feb. 2020
Donnybrook, Australia8 contributions
A very interesting open air temple containing the carved stone figure of the sleeping Lord Vishnu. It is a very large stone carving in a deep pool and the Lord Vishnu is revered by thousands of visiting Hindus each year
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Date of experience: February 2020
Leanne D wrote a review Jan. 2020
11 contributions7 helpful votes
just off the location but very good for the all hindus. environment was so good and Shivapuri jungle is incredible
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Date of experience: December 2019
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