5 days Kathmandu valley RIM treks are incredible trekking around with the finest views of magnificent mountains. This is a short and easy trekking fit for every fitness peoples. Incredible sunrise and sunset view with the excellent views of green cultivated lands. Trekking around Kathmandu is closed to the city but you feel you are miles away from hustle and bustle. During this trek, you will be arriving in the different indigenous settlements with different lifestyle and their different cultures. Visit the most beautiful world cities listed in the UNESCO heritage site. When trekkers choose to trek out of Kathmandu, most of them are unknown about the charm of around Kathmandu. Every destination you trek in these 5 days, a different adorable experience you will gain.
Around Kathmandu is with fewer trekkers. The entire trekking trail is isolated and lonely. Only Nagarkot is very busy in terms of easy access driving from Kathmandu. You are mostly trekking inside Shivapuri National park. The richest flora fauna with blooming Rhododendrons. The region is also rich in varieties of birds. From Kathmandu drive to Sundarijal and trek to Chisapani first day. Situated at 2,194 meters, Chisapani provides scenic Himalayan ranges of Langtang and views of many local villages. 2,175 altitude Nagarkot is another best viewpoint of mountain and sunrise. Trek to Dhulikhel through excellent views of the green rice paddy terraces, local villages with typical styles of houses makes your trek more enjoyable.
Dhulikhel is 1,550 meters altitude with the views of mountain ranges and villages. Good accommodation is available in Nagarkot, Dhulikhel, and Balthali. Only simple hotels are available in Chisapani for one overnight. Namobuddha is the holy place that lies one of the biggest Tibetan Buddhist monasteries. Thrangu Tashi Yangtse Monastery lies top of the hill with scenic mountain views. Take a tour around the big compound of a monastery. Trek to Balthali village. Stay overnight at the top of the hill in Balthali with scenic provides Himalayan views again.