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Gorakha Nath Temple Gorkha

Gorkha Darbar, Gorkha 44600, Nepal
+977 984-9008235
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The history of modern Nepal is beginning from Gorkha. You may start this tour from famous temple Manakamana temple by exploring one-day short hike or directly hire a transportation from Kathmandu. This is a well-known place to see the history of old Nepal, beautiful scenic view of Mt.Manaslu, Annapurna and Langtang range more. Gorkhanath temple is famous for Guru Gorkh.
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Suggested Duration: 2-3 hours
Gorkha Darbar, Gorkha 44600, Nepal
+977 984-9008235
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Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

A nice temple don't take any leather good with you and need to be able to climb steps they are doing repair cut to the earthquake and they charge or take a camera yeh views are great when you get to the top

Thank Charles H
Reviewed 26 July 2017

As a innovative researcher, i figured out that Gorkha and its Palace was really blessed by supernatural power of Shiva and Gorakhnath so the people from here do not hesitate to die with smile fighting with their enemy. Place was sacred and special for those...More

Thank Nabin D
Reviewed 21 July 2017

The steep climb to Gorakhnath temple builds up the mystery to witness a slice of Nepalese history in the context of the unification of the country and when you reach the temple its all that worthwhile. The temple offers a festive vibe and view is...More

Thank Namrata00
Reviewed 6 May 2017 via mobile

It is so great and so nice view. It is 2 km step up from bus station. So very defuclt to walk up with my small daughter so very defult to gate there. When we were rich there is was so great we forget our...More

Thank Pritam M
Reviewed 23 April 2017

It was a religious festival when we went, but everyone let us through so we could look round. Typical Nepal - gorgeous people.

Thank Westlancs
Reviewed 13 April 2017 via mobile

To get to the tempel, you have to climb up the stairs through the village. It's amazing to see all the houses, talk a bit with the locals and other tourists on the way. It was foggy, when we went up so we couldn't see...More

Thank Macoona
Reviewed 2 February 2017 via mobile

Gorakhanath temple is lies on top of the hill,30-45 minutes walking from gorkha bazzar.Gorkha bazzar is 5-6 hours far from the Kathmandu by bus.The temple was a perfect place to see Himalayan range,Great view of village and gorkha bazzar as well.Also people can see the...More

Thank LeoSum333
Reviewed 10 December 2016

I visited here after first stopping off at the museum lower down the hill which, although not stuffed with exhibits, gives one an idea of the local history. The drive up to the Palace winds steeply, eventually finishing in a pretty rough parking area with...More

Thank keith h
Reviewed 19 October 2016

This monument is good enough to burn the hearts of all those people who strive for an independent Nepal. The palace built on top of the hill has a story to tell to each of the visitors. The well built walls and stairs to the...More

1  Thank Aruna123
Reviewed 22 June 2016

Its so nice place, Gorkaha is such beautiful and historical place of Nepal. If you are coming Nepal you have to go Gorkha Its near from Kathmandu on the way to Pokhara almost 125 KM or 4- 5 hours drive. Lovely and great Himalayan view...More

1  Thank Cocina_12
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