Everest Panorama Resort - INTRODUCTION
Unimaginable forces created one of the World's most awesome sights, the highest mountains on earth - the Himalaya. Alluring summits and jagged ranges entice adventures, climbers, explorers and travellers alike to gaze in wonder at these giants. Nepal, a land of warm, friendly exotic peoples, has eight of the world's ten highest peaks on its northern border.
Now you can stand in one place and see them all. With its clear days, Everest Panorama Resort offers a magnificent vista from beyond Everest to the east to the snowy heights of Dhaulagiri in the west. View points such as Tiger Hill in Darjeeling, Nagarkot or Poon Hill on the Annapurna Trek pale by comparison.
On the peaceful hillsides above Daman, Everest Panorama Resort offers comfort, tranquility and a range of outdoor activities unique to Nepal. You can enjoy the Resort's flower-clad grounds or shady natural tree areas, relax in casual garden settings watching the many species of birds, bask in the sun or enjoy the cool of a glen beside a mountain brook which provides the perfect opportunity to unwind after the exertion of a trek, the stress of a mountain climb or just to escape the hassles of city living or for the more active, venture out on one of our exciting activities.
Features, such as a view tower that brings the mountains to you and a working hill farm and animal nursery that gets you close to the country, ensures that your stay at Everest Panorama Resort is a memorable experience.
It has some of the most fantastic views of the Himalaya views of the Himalayas. It has a great view of the mountains from Dhaulagiri to Mt Everest. Daman is halfway between Kathmandu and Hetauda at 2320m. It is definitely worth visiting.
There is a viewing tower that has a telescope (a cheap fee). There is not much in this town. On the side towards Hetauda, there are some interesting rhododendron forests, which is especially worth seeing during spring.
For those seeking the ultimate panoramic Himalayan view, Daman is the place to visit. Located approx 80 km southwest of the Kathmandu valley, Daman (2,400 m) offers the only unimpeded view of the entire Himalayan range – roughly 400 km of Himalayan panorama.
Daman is located on the Tribhuvan Highway between Kathmandu and the town of Hetauda. A walk around the surrounding area or a lounging on the one of the resort here is just a different experience in itself. Rock climbing, cycling, hiking are few of the many activities possible here.
The only way to get around is by foot. There are lots of trails leading towards the villages around that offers an opportunity to conncet with the local life. Similarly one of the resort here has bicycle on hire which can take one on a very interesting downhill ride to Palung Village.
Daman is a village in the central part of Nepal, located in the district of Makwanpur. It is halfway between Kathmandu and Hetauda at 2320m. Daman on the Tribhuvan Highway has probably the finest view of the Himalayas extending on a good day from Dhaulagiri in the west to Everest in the east.The Everest Panorama Resort there has a helipad.