Daman Hiking Tour

Daman Hiking Tour takes you to a vantage point near Kathmandu i.e. Daman to appreciate the beauty of mountains in a lush and pristine environment. A small isolated village that lies eighty kilometers southwest to Kathmandu at a height of 2100metres above sea level is worth a visit. A view tower in Daman offers a 360-degree view of Himalayan panorama along with the enchanting villages, lush hills, waterfall, and forests.

Enjoy the breath taking views of world’s highest peak – Mt. Everest along with other sky dominating snow clad mountains like Mt. Annapurna, Mt. Manaslu, Mt. Cho Oyu, Ganesh Himal, Dorjee Lakpa, Langtang Himal, Gaurishankar and many more.

In the winter season, the place is covered with snow, therefore, we can see many people visiting this place for playing with snow. Moreover, owing to its easy accessibility from Kathmandu, it is the best place to relish the beauty that lies in snow clad mountains without opting for long and tiring walks.

Daman Hiking Tour is equally offering like those long trekking trails but can be accomplished in an easy way in a short period of time. You can also enjoy the typical culture and lifestyle of people as you walk through the village of Daman. So, get ready to enjoy this classic fusion of nature and culture along with Nepal Hiking team.

Detailed Itinerary

2 Days / 1 Nights

Drive to Daman

We initiate our journey with a drive to south west of Kathmandu. We continue our journey in a vehicle along a lush and pristine environment for around two hours until we reach Daman. As we reach the village, we check in to a hotel and explore the villages enjoying the views of dramatic hills and mountains. We spend our night at a hotel in Daman.





Explore sunrise view and return back to Kathmandu

We wake up early in the morning and hurry up to the view tower in Daman. We capture the beautiful sunrise view from this vantage point and endeavor the glory that lies in the panorama of snow clad mountains. Then we return back to our hotel for breakfast and explore the villages. We interact with locals, relish the nature and return back to Kathmandu.