Hidden Paradise 20 min from Kathmandu, Nepal
An absolute jewel and if you want to discover this unique Hidden Paradise, called Chobhar Village Resort Hotel, ....escape polluted Kahmandu, Asia's most polluted city according to experts....and head out on the road towards Dakshinkali. After Tribbubhan University, you will pass a pine forest and only 8kms from the capital of Kathmandu, go up the Hill, to 1420 metres (ALT) to discover this absolute jewel. It is called CHOBHAR village, and in that village, there is only one hotel. The cafe, restaurant and rooms are located in fully renovated 200 year old traditional stone buildings, with American Standard comfort. All interior designed with wood carvings, cornices and art, live in complete peace and tranquility. The top floor is an apartment that can either accomodate 2 or 8 persons (like a group sharing a common interest such as yoga or meditation, or bird watching, etc.) The food is excellent and Chobhar Village Resort Hotel is listed in America's number one guide book. Reasonable prices and excellent food. Located between a Buddhist Monastery and a 15th Century Temple. Starting in 12/07 there is a Master with close to 20 years's experience to teach both yoga and meditation. Full of flowers and trees and amidst nature, you will discover Nepal's first and only outdoors modern art sculpture garden.
Panoramic views of the Himalayan Mountains. Lots to see: Chobhar Gorge (2kms) Nepal's 2nd largest network of limestone caves (1km) Kirtipur, Taudaha Lake where the King Nag Snake lives according to legend, Pharping, Bagmati and Taudaha harbour 120 kinds of wild birds etc....A place you will want to visit and never want to leave. www.nepalvillageresort.com to reserve.