Kakani, Chispani, Nagarkot
Kakani is a Gaunpalika and former village development committee member from Bagmati Province in central Nepal's Nuwakot District. The Kakani village development committee had a population of 7816 people living in 1343 houses at the Nepal census in 1991. Chisapani is a village in Banke District, Lumbini Province, Nepal, and is not confused with Chisapani on the Karnali River's bank. The hamlet had a population of 2,862 people and 526 homes, according to the Nepal census of 1991. Nagarkot is a settlement on the rim of the Kathmandu Valley in central Nepal. It's noted for its spectacular sunrise and sunset views of the Himalayas, which include Mount Everest to the northeast. Many butterflies can be found in the adjacent scrubland, lined with pathways. The historic, pagoda-style Changunarayan Temple, devoted to Vishnu and a Hindu pilgrimage site is located west.
This cycling tour to Kakani, Chisapani, and Nagarkot will make you close to nature with various scenic views and hills. From Nagarkot hill station, you will be able to glimpse the sunrise/sunset, numerous mountain trails, etc. Likewise, Chisapani is famous for sunrise/sunset as well. Moreover, the view of the Jugal Himal range is a prominent feature of Chisapani. Kakani is famous for hiking and camping. On top of that, Kakani has a similar quality to Mountain Glimpsing.