Sunrise View Destinations in Nepal

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Far-eastern Nepal consists of numerous tourist destinations including Kanchenjunga Region, Makalu Region, Kanyam Illam, Koshi Wildlife Region, and Shree-Antu, Illam. 

Shree Antu is a paradise on the foothills of the third highest peak in the world, Mt.Kanchenjunga (8,586m). Shree Antu, Ilam tour provides an unforgettable lifetime adventurous experience within the isolated and remote villages, landscapes filled with tea gardens, along with dense forests in the shade of the Mt. Kanchenjunga(8,586m). 

Shree Antu is one of the richest districts in Nepal in terms of diverse culture, traditions, and ecosystems. Hence, a tour to Shree Antu would be one of the pleasant journeys in life that let you explore the naturally flourishing region along with new culture. Shree Antu is one of the top internal tourist destinations in Nepal. 

Moreover, this place offers beautiful views of sunrise along with the tea garden. Antu is a beautiful part on the southern part of the Kanchenjunga range and right at the border of the beautiful city of Darjeeling

Antu Danda aka Antu Hill: Exploring the Beautiful Sunrise

At the endpoint of the Antu Danda, there is a view tower(which lies around 2300m from sea level) from where you can view the majestic golden view of the sunrise above the third highest mountain in the World, Mt. Kanchenjunga. The beauties in sunrise views from Antu danda are indescribable in words and impossible to capture on camera as well. 

Moreover, Shree Antu danda/hill is a less explored and beautiful hill. An early morning (around 5 am) hike of about20-30 minutes from Antu Pokhari through the virgin trekking trail filled with dense forests consisting of beautiful natural sounds would be one of the best lifetime journeys. 

The deeper inside the forests you go, you will feel like you are walking in different beautiful worlds. Moreover, this place is generally wetted, is cloudy in the rainy and winter seasons. It also receives drizzles in most of the winter and summer seasons.


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