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25 May 2018
“Buddhist Ritual”
31 Mar 2018
“Stunning place in a gorgeous national park.”
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Reviewed 25 May 2018

I got an opportunity to guide some of the western buddhist students to attend a ritual dance performed by the nun residing here. It was beautiful day and the view from here, seeing the Kathmandu valley is fascinating. The Nunnery is linked to the White...More

Thank SKAadventures
Reviewed 31 March 2018

I went to this site on a guided tour - the tour guide wasn't great (he had no information whatsoever about the monastery), but the site is well worth seeing. It's a 2 km hike up into the hills (with a 420-stair climb at the...More

Thank grace_from_mn
Reviewed 5 January 2018 via mobile

It was the best day while I was in Kathmandu last Feb 2017. A Nepali friend took me to Shivapuri, and I really really feel that Shivapuri is a nice place to look at stunning view of Kathmandu valley eventhough it was hazy at the...More

Thank FaridaArum
Reviewed 20 March 2017

A place where you get the practical experience of a peaceful mind. After a comfortable hike of 1-5 hrs, its easily accessible where you get the best of the spiritual experience of the lifetime. Simply be there and be immersed with the experience of the...More

Thank Shiva R
Reviewed 12 November 2015

The nuns at Nagi Gompa are a very fine group of practitioners and very friendly as well. A few speak English although they might be shy about it. The road, bad as always, from Budhanilkantha goes all the way into the nunnery grounds these days....More

Thank Judith A
Reviewed 29 July 2015

A lovely nunnery in the hills, slightloff the beaten path but worth the hike. I really enjoyed the walk from Budhanilkantha through the forest (the shade from the summer sun ws welcome) up to the nunnery. It took about an hour and a half from...More

Thank scoodly
Reviewed 3 July 2015 via mobile

I still remember the day I went with my friends in summer. We hiked from budhanilkantha to the monastery. We took challenge that not going from main road, rather we went from jungle where we saw some deers and birds, lucky not to see leopard....More

2  Thank swopnil-himalayan
Reviewed 28 October 2014

From my room i can see Nagi Gompa very clearly so me along with my friend just thought of visiting Gompa ,we didn't know the way we just walk upward to hills and walked for more than 3 hour we where tired but the view...More

1  Thank sonamsherpa2014
Reviewed 3 May 2014 via mobile

Decided to take the advice of a local who pointed me in the direction of steps. When through the jungle and managed to find the place eventually. Nice views. Got lost on the way down to and ended up walking through nice little villages, making...More

2  Thank Chapter41
Reviewed 24 November 2012

Nagi Gompa (formally known as Nangkyi Gompa), the nunnery and retreat center, which is also part of Ka-Nying Shedrub Ling Monastery, lies high on the northern slopes of the Kathmandu Valley. Currently 108 nuns occupy the hermitage that was under the spiritual direction of Tulku...More

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