ICID (NENCID) 8th ARC takes a pleasure to offer a technical field tour to the delegates and participants of 8th ARC. The participants will have the opportunity to understand the history of irrigation development in Nepal and also to visit very popular and major tourist destination in Nepal. This offer is in a package that includes one and half day tour. The cost of the technical tour will be 110 US$ for twin sharing and 130 US$ for single bed hotel. The cost includes transportation, lunch, dinner, night stay and breakfast next day.
Visit to one of the oldest irrigation system, Mahadev Khola Irrigation Sub- Project with Gross Command Area of 450 Ha (constructed between 1956 to1959 with a total project cost of 1,820 USD) in ‘Gundu’ located in Bhaktapur district accompanied with lunch at Dhulikhel (Participants will be taking their lunch at the back drop of spectacular view of Himalayan range), Bhaktapur Durbar square visit after lunch and ending with dinner and night stay at Nargarkot at hotel country Villa, a 3 star premium hotel in Nagarkot.
Next morning participants will be experiencing the Spectacular sunrise View from Nagarkot at the Himalayan range. At clear weather the view is always breathtaking. After breakfast at the Hotel country villa the participants will be brought back to Kathmandu to their respective hotels.
Bhaktapur is one of 3 Royal cities in the Kathmandu Valley in Nepal and considered a cultural gem, rich with a fascinating history and packed with Buddhist and Hindu culture and art.
Dhulikhel is one of the more popular places from which to observe the high Himalaya. From the edge of the ridge, a stunning panorama of peaks unfolds, from Langtang Lirung (7227m) in the west, through Dorje Lakpa (6966m) to the huge bulk of Gauri Shankar (7134m) and nearby Melungtse (7181m).Driving distance from Bhaktapur to Dhulikhel Road is 17 km
Nagarkot is considered one of the most scenic spots in Bhaktapur District, renowned for its sunrise views of the Himalayas. Nagarkot also offers a panoramic view of the Kathmandu Valley.