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Riverside Spring Resort

Riverside-Spring-Resort-01The Riverside Springs Resort is located 102 kilometres from Kathmandu, midway to Pokhara and a 40 minute drive from the tiger habitats of the Chitwan National Park. The resort offers nature lovers solace in comfortable twin-bed cabins, a hearty restaurant overlooking a luxurious land scaped swimming pool, warm sands of the Trisuli river beach and more.
An easy to reach escape from the daily hustle and bustle of Kathmandu, the resort is a popular stop for quick highway meals. Very often, these stops result in a spontaneous dip in the pool followed by a relaxing overnight stay.

 

 

 

Gokarna Resort

Gokarna-Resort-01Situated within the city limits of Kathmandu, capital of Nepal, Gokarna Forest Resort is located inside the serene temperate Gokarna Forest, the former private Royal hunting grounds of the Kings of Nepal.
A winding road climbs leads through the forest up to the main complex, comprising a mix of subtly majestic Malla period architecture, Rana period lodges, and sanctuaries harmoniously blending with nature.
Further on exotic Forest View cottage rooms are set beside a century old restored Hunter’s lodge. A quiet peaceful haven set between ancient towering trees with glimpses of the second fairway in the valley below make the perfect getaway for a few days of golf, relaxation and rejuvenation at the Spa, enchanting forest walks, and time close to nature.

 

Godavari Resort

Godavari-Resort-01Godavari is located approximately ten kilometers from both Patan and Kathmandu, and many outdoor enthusiasts flock here to enjoy the breathtaking views and beautiful landscapes. It is known as one of the popular hikingdestinations in Nepal for its rich wildlife and natural splendor. Visitors can reach Godavari by bus from Patan and they are able to catch a glimpse of quaint towns such as Thaiba and Harisiddhi along the way. The historical aspects of Godavari date back to the Kirat Period, during the uprising of the Soma dynasty. King Nimisha became the first king in Nepal to originate from the Soma dynasty and took up his position in 205 AD. With Nimisha defeating King Gasti and taking his throne the Kirati reign over Nepal came to an end. King Nimisha constructed his new palace in the town of Godavari and was also responsible for the restoration of the Pashupatinath Temple, including the erection of the four faced linga. Nimisha’s victory and rule brought about the Godavari-Mela festival that is still celebrated in Godavari.

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