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Gokarna Forest Resort
PO Box 20498 Kathmandu Nepal
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Description Gokarna Forest Resort
Creating an ideal atmosphere for a relaxing stay, this attractive property is the right choice of accommodation, while visiting Kathmandu.LocationNestled within the Gokarna Forest amongst majestic trees on the edge of a plateau, the Le Meridien Kathmandu Gokarna Forest Golf and Spa overlooks the grassed valley. The Bandevi Temple, Naag Isthan, Poudail Kuldevta as well as the Kanti Bhairab Temple are the major attractions in Kathmandu. RoomsThis hotel offers immaculate accommodation units that are endowed with all the essential amenities to assure you immense pleasure throughout your stay. RestaurantGuests can relish delicious cuisine in an elegant setting of the on-site restaurant. Sip your favourite drink at the cosy bar, which is also an ideal place to relax. GeneralThe hotel offers well-equipped conference rooms for organising your business meetings. The hotels spa and health club includes Ayurvedic treatments, massage rooms, beauty treatment centre, gymnasium, swimming pool, sauna, steam rooms as well as jacuzzi to revive your body, mind and spirit.
The Padmaja Naidu Himalayan Zoological Park is a specialist zoo with a focus on the preservation and conservation of rare Himalayan species and has breeding programs for animals such as the red panda, Tibetan wolf and snow leopard. Other local fauna include yaks, tigers, several leopard species and the Himalayan black bear.
Entrance fees for foreign visitors are 100 rupees (approx. €1.60) and includes entrance to the Himalayan Mountaineering Institute which shares the site. Opening hours are 8.30 to 16.00 and the park is closed on Thursdays.