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Best Places to View Sunrise in Nepal

Witness the magnificence of Nepal via the sunrise


Located in the beautiful district of Bhaktapur, Nagarkot has one of the most strategic locations to view sunrise in Nepal. With an elevated height of 2,195 km, Nagarkot easily offers the broadest view of the enormous mountain ranges in Nepal where 8 out of 13 are in sight.


Just half an hour away from Pokhara is a mountain ridge called Sarangkot. The ridge is elevated at an altitude of 1600 meters, making it a very perfect place to view sunrises in Nepal. Sarangkot has the best location to see the sun rising with its rays touching the snow-capped ranges of Annapurna, Machhapucchare, and Dhaulagiri.

Poon Hill

Located at the northern side of Pokhara is a beautiful place called the Poon Hill. Poon Hill offers an excellent vantage point for sunrise viewing. Located at an altitude of 3,210 meters, trekking to Poon Hill is between easy and moderate which can easily be accomplished by people with average fitness.

Winter Trekking Tips

How to Check for Thin Ice

Use a ski pole to tap the ice listening for the sound of good ice. Good ice gives off a solid ping sound when struck with a pole. Lakes are more likely to be frozen than rivers. Surprisingly it is safer out in the middle of a lake than near the shore.

Staying Hydrated

It can be difficult staying hydrated in cold weather. Water bottles freeze and you don't feel like drinking too much (at least I didn't) but you have to. Bring at least one insulated water bottle with you and one non-insulated, plus a thermos. Why two? Because you will be filling up your water bottles with boiling water in the morning.


Besides eating a good breakfast and dinner, you need to eat on the trail. And the easiest way to get to food is a snack bottle. We used a thermos as our snack bottle and filled it up with tasty goodness that Lure of the North supplied. At night we filled them up with chocolate, nuts, dried fruit, and gummy bears.


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Logan Armstrong, a CEO and a Professional Tour Guide

Welcome to Sunrise Trekking. For over 8 years we have been creating inspirational tailor made vacations and are proud of our reputation. Our Travel Specialists know our destinations inside out having travelled extensively within them. They are on hand to create a holiday to suit your interests, timescale and budget, as well as give practical advice and insider tips.