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    Can we see Mount Everest from Kathmandu?


    Kathmandu the capital of Nepal, lies in the central region of Nepal whereas the highest peak in the world Mt.Everest lies east of the capital. The capital of Nepal and the astounding Mt. Everest is separated at a distance of about 200km which is pretty far from each other. But you might wonder if you can probably see the highest peak in the world from any nook and corner but it isn’t quite what we wonder.

    In today’s world, the changing climate has made various environmental changes. The capital of Kathmandu has recorded a level of 152 AQI last year in 2021. This probably isn’t a good side to the environment of earth however different plans and operations are executed in order to prevent degrading AQI. But recently during the period of Corona, there was a certain change seen in the climate of Nepal, in fact, the climate was seen to change all around the world. The climate seems to be one of the most favorable ever witnessed in modern history.

    Corona picked up in early 2020 in Nepal, to be precise on 9 Jan 2020 the first case of Covid was recognized in the capital of Kathmandu. That was the time when Nepal was forced into the first lockdown, actually, it was a worldwide lockdown. Lockdown had several negative effects on the world which was introduced to control the coronavirus however the lockdown has positive effects on the climate of the world, no different than others the capital of Nepal had seen one of the clearest and most admirable climates ever in modern history.  

    This change in climate led to some of the most incredible sights ever seen. It is estimated that the panoramic ranges of Ganesh Himal (7,422m) Langtang Lirung (7,227m) even Everest (8,848.86 m) can be observed if the weather was normal but it's quite rare that all three mountains ranges were seen but the favorable climate made it possible to see all three mountain ranges very clearly.

    The above picture of Mount Everest was observed from Champadevi Hillstation however the astounding view of Mt. Everest can be visible from Nagarkot, Chovar, Champadevi, and Daman which is the nearest hill station around the capital of Nepal, Kathmandu.

    There are plenty of other ways to observe the magnificence of Mt. Everest like Everest base camp, Helicopter tour to Everest. Everest Base Camp Helicopter visit is without a doubt the most ideal way to encounter the magnificent scenes of Nepal, the strong mountains covered with snow, and the glacial mass tumbling down these pinnacles. You will be taking this extraordinary and surprising memory caught in your heart and in your cameras to impart to your friends and family.

    Luxury Holidays Nepal has been operating different treks, tours, and helicopter tours in the Everest region.

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