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I was a little disappointed because the guide insisted on visiting the place! It was so clouded we barely could see 20 m far!
I didn’t climb on the ladder! There was no point doing so!
The place has unfortunately become an open garbage spot...More
•We went there by hiring a private car from thames costs around 3500 Npr
• Ticket cost for SAARC country people is 250 npr/ person
• you have to climb up by stairs to reach into the tower
• The tower is bit risky to...More
when we went, we cant see the Himalayas mountains but its ok part of exploring the place because we stay in Everest Manla Resort and walking distance for 15 mins from resort, my advise its better to stay the resort and no need to go...More
One of the places to visit when in Nepal, amazing drive view. Roads needs little work but otherwise it’s an amazing drive on the hill. U really feel the cool fresh breeze touching u. The view points is also clean. Please see the weather forecast...More
The viewpoint where you 'should' be able to see the sunrise, ranges of the Mount Everest etc. is as good as in stories only. The tower itself is quite dangerous in my own point of view coz nobody supervises it so anybody can just go...More
Guys Please Visit only on a Clear Sunny Day , when i visited it was pretty Misty /foggy ...just got a few glimpses of the Himalayas and they were breath taking . Am sure on a clear day it would be simply awesome !!!.
We started hiking through the jungle for 1+hours and finally reached the tower. Though the steps were stiff but enjoyed a good exercise and while coming back used the high way which was also interesting as we were almost running due to the slope. Very...More